The Obama Administration has learned its lesson: not to drop all the effective communication strategies after Election Day. They're continuing to use campaign communication practices to rally and sustain public support for the Democratic agenda.
Ironically, Romney and Ryan will probably suffer for their lies, not because of the facts, but because of a story: the story of the first candidates for high office who not only didn't tell the truth, but didn't even pretend to care about it.
Because they do tons of polls and the same kinds of questions over and over, pollsters have a very good idea in advance of writing their questions for any given poll what phrases or even individual words will trigger a more positive answer.
There is a critical relationship between management, marketing and training, which is key to creating cohesion across the front end of a business, and which then in turn determines the strength of the force behind sales.
In the short term, like it or not, much Democratic compromise is an unavoidable consequence of democracy: current politics dictate it. But going forward, Democrats can change the politics by campaigning more effectively.
This year proved to be a golden one for public relations meltdowns. Compiling this list was easy - trimming it down to the 10 biggest wasn't. As far as PR blunders go, 2010 was a target-rich environment.