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Michelle Obama Beats Out Ann Romney - in Search

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Every four years the world of politics invades the world of internet marketing. As much as we might want to avoid mixing politics and business, it does make for some important news and studies for internet marketers. Last week the Republicans had their convention and now that the Democrats are having their convention, we are able to see the comparisons. Here is the report on Michelle Obama vs. Ann Romney's speeches:

"A Pew Research study that was released this week showed that Democrats are more likely to [URL="http://marketingland.com/politics-social-media-pew-study-20444"]mix social media and political activity[/URL]. They might be more likely to mix politics and search, too, at least judging from data comparing search activity from Michelle Obama and Ann Romney that Google has shared today.

[B]Michelle Versus Ann[/B]
[URL="https://plus.google.com/114401727024677849167/posts/3kTodc1zCm9"]According[/URL] to the [URL="https://plus.google.com/+GooglePolitics/posts"]Google Politics and Elections team[/URL], search interest Tuesday night in Michelle Obama during the first night of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) surpassed search interest in Ann Romney one week earlier during the first night of the Republican National Convention (RNC).

In other words, FLOTUS (First Lady of the United States) is also FLOS (First Lady of Search). Here’s how searches for Michelle Obama and Ann Romney charted during their speeches:"

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