Barack Obama Declares Victory On Facebook, Twitter But Not Google+
In case you missed the news, Barack Obama was reelected as President of the United States last night. If you follow him on Facebook, you’d know that. On Twitter, you’d know that. But on Google+, Obama remains stuck in campaign mode.
On his Twitter account (with 22.7 million followers), Obama declared victory with what’s now the most tweeted item in Twitter’s history, the message “Four more years” with a picture of him hugging his wife Michelle Obama:
Well, at least Google+ can console itself that so far, Obama hasn’t posted his victory yet to his Instagram account (1.7 million followers), either:
The same seems true over on his Pinterest account (36,000 followers):
On LinkedIn, Obama last post is from mid-October, and it also appears as if there are some issues with his profile (415,000 followers) in general.
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