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    Title: 網路競選行銷策略之研析 : 以2008年美國總統候選人歐巴馬為例
    Other Titles: Internet marketing strategy : the case of Barack Obama in the 2008 American presidential campaign
    Authors: 梁涵詠;Liang, Han-Yung
    Contributors: 淡江大學美洲研究所碩士班
    黃介正;Huang, Alexander Chieh-cheng
    Keywords: 2008年美國總統選舉;歐巴馬;網路競選策略;2008 American Presidential Campaign;Obama;Internet Marketing Strategy
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2012-06-21 06:27:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著科技進步與時代變遷,使得選舉型態日趨多元化。網際網路、電子郵件、社群網路以及行動通訊等,成為選民與候選人互動的新傳播媒介;候選人爭取提名、募款、造勢、宣傳、發表政見、建立形象等,都已漸漸依賴虛擬網路世界的傳播。究竟網路是否幫助候選人獲得較大勝選機率?
    As technology progresses and time goes by, the forms of elections held become increasingly diversified. Internet, email, social networks, and cell phones are new types of media that connect candidates and voters. Candidates aim for nomination and work to carry out fundraising campaigns, propaganda, express political views, and build an image that relies on word of mouth and social media networks. Will the internet assist with higher probability of winning elections?
    This thesis is based on Barack Obama’s actions in the 2008 American Presidential Campaign. It reviews literatures that summarize the campaign efforts of Barack Obama in terms of marketing propaganda, management strategy, as well as the impact and effectiveness of strategies used in internet marketing.
    The thesis is divided into six chapters. It first analyzes the utility and impact of the internet. Secondly, it discusses election propaganda in America, and how this plays out via the internet. Thirdly, it examines image building, from the campaign team to its internal management. Fourthly, the paper provides an analysis of Barack Obama’s Internet marketing strategies, analyzing the Campaign website, internet advertisement strategy and other internet media marketing methods. Finally, it assesses campaign strategies that explore the effect of the internet on voters’ expectations as well as their actual responses.
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