Romney's convention speech gets lowest ratings in poll history
Mitt Romney is making history. Romney's acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention last week has set a new record for the lowest rated convention speech for a presidential candidate in Gallup poll's history
How Obama Stole Romney’s RNC Thunder With Clever Social Media
President Barack Obama managed to steal an impressive amount of Gov. Mitt Romney's press coverage with a few, cheap social media tricks, including the most retweeted post of the convention. In comparison to the Republican National Convention's all-out multi-million dollar conservative carnival, Obama made front page Google News with dramatically less effort and at no cost with three clever social media projects: answering questions from Reddit users for 30 minutes, tweeting "This seat's taken" in response to Clint Eastwoods silly stand-up routine (51K retweets), and releasing the White House beer recipe. Sure, Obama has the spotlight advantage because he's the President, but it goes to show that all the money and staging in the world can't compete with cleverness.
Republican convention produces two clear winners
There were two clear winners at the Republican National Convention in Tampa when it comes to viewers – Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and News Corp.’s Fox News.
TopFinds: Romney-Ryan debut in Tampa, grandma fights for dolphins
At the Republican National Convention, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan speak out against President Obama. An activist grandmother devotes her life to dolphin rights. Green tea can help smokers quit. These are the top stories on Digital Journal.
Romney's GOP acceptance speech — desperate and disingenuous
Thursday night Mitt Romney accepted the Republican Party’s nomination for President at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. It was perhaps his most telling moment during his campaign for president.