YouTube campaigning

Written By: - Date published: 1:10 pm, October 23rd, 2007 - 6 comments
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Mark Torley filed this piece on “YouTube campaigning” for One News last night.

6 comments on “YouTube campaigning”

  1. Sam Dixon 1

    No mention of the blogs, which I found odd.

    Still you guys brought that porirua market clip into the limelight, so you’re obviously getting noticed.

    Wonder if Key is going to use the vege-sniff in his campaign materials?

  2. the sprout 2

    Key on National Party TV: “Well it can be very powerful because there’s no spin on it”

    wft? so that’s Key’s problem, he doesn’t understand the meaning of the word spin and oviously thinks it means ‘policy’.

    mike williams was right in that while the net offers great capacity for grassroots contributions, the trick is marketing it enough to get it to a notable audience.

  3. Sam Dixon 3

    sprouty – Key’s so disingenuous I sometimes wonder if he’s Farrar in a thin suit.

    He knows perfectly well that eveything he, or anyone else in politics, puts on the net is spun to promte their message.

  4. the sprout 4

    “I sometimes wonder if [Key]’s Farrar in a thin suit”

    ouch! not sure which of those two comes out the worst in that comparison.

  5. Robert Owen 5

    “Farrar in a thin suit.”
    Don’t know why but I found that really amusing

  6. ahod 6

    The National Party has been freely blocking any commenter which expresses a Leftist opinion… Blogger Damian Christie has documented this:

    Somewhere out there in cyberland, there is a highly paid online worker for the National Party who is actively quashing the voices of all that is not Right and Blue.

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