Digital Markets Blog presidential campaign 2008 special series on what I am calling “User Generated Politics”
Barack Obama on MySpace, the REAL Barack Obama on MySpace, is closing in on 100,000 friends.
(SEE MySpace to 175 million friends: It’s OUR Space, not yours!)
Hillary Clinton officially has 83,715 MySpace friends; Obama bests the front runner with 90,914 official MySpace friends.
"Show your support. Donate to the Presidential campaign now!"
By now, Obama means make a pledge on the spot by entering a dollar amount directly in his "Donation Badge."
By "pledging" a donation amount, MySpacers are then taken to the BarackObama.com official campaign donation submission form to "make your donation online":
This campaign is about building a different kind of politics. We don't take money from lobbyists or political action committees, and we're going to build a broad base of individual donors to ensure that this campaign answers to no one but the people. That starts with you. Make your donation online using the form below.
The Obama online donation form appears pre-populated with the MySpacers pledged donation amount.
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More in this Digital Markets Special Series:
Google sweet talks its way to political powerGoogle CEO Schmidt on ‘Personal Democracy’: Up For Sale Reagan, Schwarzenegger win big in Republican debate campaign 2008 Hillary is the new Bill: Clintons plot White House coup, again Hillary Clinton in command for ‘when’ President Google, YouTube target $80 million political ad spend Google wins big as Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battle
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