Obama used conversations to win over teens

11/26/2012 | MediaPost Communications

President Barack Obama's re-election campaign won over teens, even though they were too young to vote, by engaging them in online conversations, writes Eric Pakurar. The strategy holds an important lesson for marketers hoping to sell products to teenage consumers, Pakurar writes. "Obama didn't win by ... staying silent -- and neither will brands," he argues.

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