Political Parties Contesting on Twitter:          Who Won the Battle?
Political Parties Contesting on Twitter
Political Parties vs. the Electorate
Battle Fields
Tweeting vs. Being Tweeted: Opposition vs. PAP
Mentioning vs. Being Mentioned: Opposition vs. PAP
Replying vs. Being Replied: Opposition vs PAP
Retweeting vs. Being Retweeted: Opposition vs PAP
Vote-For Tweeting vs. Tweeted: Opposition vs. PAP
Vote-For vs. Vote Against: Opposition vs. PAP
Link Tweeted: Opposition + PAP -
Hot Topics Tweeted: Opposition - PAP -
Findings in Summary           OPP + PAP -                                 OPP - PAP +Tweeting             Tweet Conversati...
Neither Equalized Nor Normalized
Lead Tweet FlowTweeting      Mentioning   Replying    Retweeting Topics         Links      Sentiment    TrendsInforming   ...
To tweet is to win.
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Political Parties on Twitter: Singapore General Election 2011

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  1. 1. Political Parties Contesting on Twitter: Who Won the Battle?
  2. 2. Political Parties Contesting on Twitter
  3. 3. Political Parties vs. the Electorate
  4. 4. Battle Fields
  5. 5. Tweeting vs. Being Tweeted: Opposition vs. PAP
  6. 6. Mentioning vs. Being Mentioned: Opposition vs. PAP
  7. 7. Replying vs. Being Replied: Opposition vs PAP
  8. 8. Retweeting vs. Being Retweeted: Opposition vs PAP
  9. 9. Vote-For Tweeting vs. Tweeted: Opposition vs. PAP
  10. 10. Vote-For vs. Vote Against: Opposition vs. PAP
  11. 11. Link Tweeted: Opposition + PAP -
  12. 12. Hot Topics Tweeted: Opposition - PAP -
  13. 13. Findings in Summary OPP + PAP - OPP - PAP +Tweeting Tweet Conversation Being Tweeted Being Vote-For Tweeted OPP - PAP - OPP vs. PAP: Mixed Hot Topics Replying Retweeting
  14. 14. Neither Equalized Nor Normalized
  15. 15. Lead Tweet FlowTweeting Mentioning Replying Retweeting Topics Links Sentiment TrendsInforming Explaining Promoting Influencing
  16. 16. To tweet is to win.

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