The political ramifications of a geo targeting trends software are very much unique. As the Internet Time Machine prepares to launch its' version 2.0 software with trends tracking, political strategist have taken notice.
Political races will be heating up headed into the 2012 elections, and local as well as national political campaigns are always looking for trend and sentiment research. By using the predictive algorithms of the Internet Time Machine and the new geo tracking feature, we are able to spot areas, or "hot spots" for politicians. By using the keyword tool and niche tracking maps, local politicians can see sentiment spots where they are seen as favorable on certain issues and where there is negative sentiment about an issue or trend.
In our most recent video on niche and trend solutions, our head of IT, Ali Khan, takes a look at President Obama and his national heat maps on certain broad based issues. Energy, security, and taxes rank high as phrases that concern the voting public heading into 2012. Not surprisingly, showing up as the number area of search with little information is the term "should Obama control the Internet". Since trend analytics takes its information from millions of online sources, this is not a surprise concern since the online community is the one being "polled".
Check out the new Internet Time Machine interface with geo tracking of sentiment and trends for President Obama and his 2012 election campaign. The new interface will be available for members next week, as well as new tutorial videos as well.
Have you ever thought of using the new ITM 2.0 software as a consulting service to local and regional political parties as they gear up for elections? I bet they have never seen anything like this and would love to see and here more about it.