To examine the performance of election content from mainstream sites, we created a list that included the websites of the New York Times , Washington Post, NBC News, USA Today , Politico, CNN, Wall Street Journal , CBS News, ABC News, New York Daily News , New York Post , BuzzFeed, Los Angeles Times , NPR, The Guardian , Vox, Business Insider , Huffington Post , and Fox News. We then searched for their top-performing election content in the same three-month segments as above.
Snipurl / Snurl / Snipr / : You kind of want them to pick a name and settle on it (like ). The service is currently in three clients, but it’s to be dropped from TweetDeck. Within Twhirl, it also uses the long domain. If you want URLs, you have to go outside the client to make them. Stats are simply the number of clicks — it’s not in the same class as services above. Finally, ZoneAlarm flagged it as spyware. It’s not, but that’s something to consider in case your visitors are running that software and trying to click on your links.
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