In the UK, one in three minutes spent online are devoted to Social media and instant messaging. When it comes to running an Election campaign, that amount of engagement online is both a blessing and a curse. You have potential access to the 45 millions people (67%) in the UK who are social media users (and potential voters) but so do your competitors. The 2019 election campaign trail is proving to be one of the most divisive we've ever seen. In ... (Date:12/11/2019 22:32) Read full article >>

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