Social Media Agency, fishbat Inc., Releases a Statement in Regards to the Popularity of Social Media on Election Day

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Following an article on the nationwide popularity of social media during the day of the election, fishbat releases a statement on the recent news.

On November 10, 2012, social media agency fishbat Inc., releases a statement following a WBTV article regarding the impact of the nationwide popularity of social media during Election Day.

According to the WBTV article, “Election Day 2012 became Twitter's biggest political event ever. And as TV networks called the race, second screens lit up at a rate of more than 327,000 tweets per minute.” The article stated that the top terms used by Facebook users were words like “vote”, “voted” and “go vote”, and some of the top searches on Google were “election votes”, “election news” and “who is winning the election.”

According to the article, after projections of Obama’s victory, “Obama wins” became the number one term on Facebook and Google. The article mentioned that more and more Americans are turning to social media, “In November 2008, about 37 percent of Americans said they'd used a social networking site. But this year, about two-thirds of people are socially engaged.”

Scott Darrohn, COO of social media agency, fishbat Inc., understands the power of social media in the world today. “Social media is tool that more and more people are starting to understand and use not only for pleasure, but for their news and information as well,” says Darrohn. “At fishbat we understand how important social media can be as a business tool as more people and businesses find themselves using it.”

fishbat, Inc. is a full service Internet marketing firm. Through social media management, search engine optimization (SEO), web design, and public relations, fishbat works as a marketing agency not only to raise awareness but also to build your brand and strengthen your corporate image.


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