This year the presidential campaigns are reaching out to an online audience more than ever before. There are profile pages on MySpace, fan pages on Facebook and debates are using questions submitted as YouTube videos.
Keeping track of it all is TechPresident.com. The blog posts news of who is doing what in the world of social media and how it affects the campaigns.
My favorite feature is the weekly stats showing how many Facebook and MySpace users are supporting a candidate. It also shows who is leading in page views on YouTube videos.
If the primary election was based on a popularity contest on MySpace, Facebook and YouTube, Ron Paul would be leading the Republican party, and Obama would be representing the Democrats.