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Posts Tagged ‘twitter’

Picture of the Day (Maybe the Year)

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on November 29, 2013


Enough said!

I saw this on Twitter today and if the creator will tweet me  (@jackiesic), I’ll give proper credit.

h/t  SE Smith

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Palin is the Queen of Social Media & Here’s Why

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on June 21, 2013

Glasses_SarahFollowing is quite the interesting article on social media and Sarah Palin’s extremely effective use of both Facebook and Twitter.   Okay, I know the original title of the article is somewhat different; however, if you take the time to read what Daniel Chioco has to say about Sarah Palin and her success in communicating her message via social media, I think that you just might agree with my title for this blog entry.

Why Sarah Palin Should Be a Content Marketing Role Model

As I was browsing the pages of Google News to stay up-to-date with the latest in entertainment, politics, science, and other trending stories, I was surprised to see numerous headlines about Sarah Palin. Now, this post isn’t meant to be political at all, but it still impresses me that even after 4 years without holding or running for office, Palin is still able to make headlines – even just because of a single tweet or Facebook post.From “death panels” to “blood libel” to her latest tweets on the IRS, I can’t think of any other politician who could make the front page of any newspaper because of a simple social media statement. Whether or not you like her, this sort of social media influence is the kind of impact that brands everywhere are after.

I realize that most brands will never achieve the influence or following Sarah Palin has, but that’s exactly why she’s such a powerful content marketing example. By using Facebook and Twitter to bypass traditional media, Palin is able to speak directly to those who agree with her and give them more of what they want to hear. While brands certainly don’t have to say the same controversial things Palin does, there’s definitely a secret behind her success.

  1. Know your audience and what they want.
  2. Give your audience what they want.
  3. Be consistent in doing it.

These strategies have defined Palin’s online presence, garnering media attention for her 388 Facebook posts and 1,498 tweets. While they might be basic principles, they have to be implemented to work, and Palin’s social media presence certainly embodies these principles.

This isn’t to say that all brands that embody these principles will succeed. These are just the basics. As I delved deeper, one of the biggest assets to Palin’s online presence is her unique voice, and brands will similarly need to develop their own voice to succeed. More


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Palin’s Practical and Humorous Tweets

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on May 24, 2013

Sarah Palin took to her Twitter account today to provide some practical advice to the current administration with an added dash of humor.


Twitchy featured the #ObamaScandalMovies tweet here and the Lois Lerner, #sequestersolutions, tweet here.

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Palin Unhinges the Left….. Again

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on April 10, 2013

Approximately 2 hours ago Gov. Sarah Palin posted the above captioned photo to her Facebook page.  If you’re unsure of the back-story, let me fill you in.

It’s been brewing for a couple of days now and started with this MSNBC clip in which Melissa Harris-Perry tells us that we have to “break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents”.  Additionally, you should note the use of the word “collectivism” by Ms. Harris-Perry.  Palin wanted to draw attention to this notion and tweeted the following:

Here is the video:


This resulted in Sarah Palin tweeting the following:


Twitchy featured this tweet along with a few responses here.


Next came this follow-up tweet from Gov. Palin:


Again, Twitchy aggregated a number of tweets with both positive and negative reactions here thus the use of the word “unhinged” in this entry’s title.

In my opinion, this is just another fine example of Palin’s wit and wisdom.

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#SarahPalinDoes Lights Up Twitter

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 19, 2013


In response to a comment from Tucker Carlson during an interview with Greta Van Susteren, Palin supporters set Twitter “on fire” with #SarahPalinDoes. As usual, Twitchy did a great job in featuring some of the best tweets here.

Mr. Carlson, in his infinite wisdom (or his complete ineptness) uttered, during Van Susteren’s interview, that he was “not clear what Sarah Palin does”.  In my opinion, Carlson is simply part of the main stream (lame stream) media whose agenda is to tear down the most powerful and influential voice for grassroots Conservatives. I’m going to go out on and limb and guess that Mr. Carlson is not familiar with the following:  It is often said in Alaska that “the Alaskan political landscape is littered with the bodies of those who underestimated Sarah Palin.”

In response to tweets with hashtag #SarahPalinDoes, Sarah Palin tweeted the following message of thanks:

#SarahPalinDoes appreciate support from those who are in it for a reason, not a season.

Thanks Governor Palin.  We’ve got your back too.

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Palin: Government, Stay Out of my Refrigerator!

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 11, 2013

Earlier today a New York state judge blocked Mayor Bloomberg’s decision to ban the sale of sugary drinks over 16 ounces. Judge Milton Tingling cited the law as “fraught with arbitrary and capricious consequences.”  Tony Lee over at Brietbart News has an excellent article with more of the details.

In response to this decision, Sarah Palin tweeted the following:

Victory in NYC for liberty-loving soda drinkers. To politicians with too much time on their hands we say: Govt, stay out of my refrigerator!

Rock on Sarah!


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Palin: More Asinine Winning the Future(WTF) BS tactics from DC

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 1, 2013

Late last night, Sarah Palin called out Maxine Waters (D-CA) via her Twitter account for Ms. Waters’ inaccurate stats on the United States jobs numbers.

Palin’s Tweet:

More asinine Winning the Future(WTF) bs tactics from DC: Dem says sequester may cost 170 million jobs.Hey skookums media, check on that, eh?


You’ll note that PDS (Palin Derangement Syndrome) is still in full force as the tweet below Palin’s captured in this screenshot simply says “DIE”.

Kudos to Palin supporter Gary Jackson, @gary4025, for taking the time to educate the low information voters on Palin’s use of the word “skookums”.

“….Skookums is a Canadian (Chinook) slang word meaning “first rate” Palin is being sarcastic in native American”

Here’s just one of numerous stories on Maxine Waters’ fabricated numbers.

From The Blaze:

If Congress allows sequestration cuts to take effect, more than 170 million Americans could lose their jobs, according to Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.).

“If sequestration takes place, that’s going to be a great setback. We don’t need to be having something like sequestration that’s going to cause these job losses — over 170 million jobs that could be lost,” Waters said.

She went on to say cuts must be done “over a long period of time.”

There’s just one problem with her estimation — and it’s a big one. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are only 134 million people working in the United States. So by Waters’ estimation, the sequester cuts would be so apocalyptic that nearly 40 million people who don’t have jobs would become even more unemployed. 


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Palin: D.C.: Cut the Drama. Do Your Job.

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 26, 2013

sarah_palin35The following was posted to Sarah Palin’s Facebook page earlier today.  I do believe the Mama Grizzly just roared and as usual, her message is “right on”!

Americans are sick and tired of yet another ginned-up crisis. D.C. needs to grow up, get to work, and live within its means. The real economic Armageddon looming before us is our runaway debt, not the sequester, which the President advocated for and signed into law and is now running around denouncing because he never had any genuine intention of reining in his reckless spending.

Remember that this sequestration deal came about because of the long debt ceiling standoff in the summer of 2011. It wasn’t the ideal outcome for anyone, but it did at least include real deficit reduction of about $110 billion per year for 10 years, which is still nowhere near enough to close our massive deficit. Keep in mind that since the sequester passed, the President has already hit American families and small business owners with his tax increases, or “more revenue” as he likes to call it. The American public doesn’t want tax increases; we want government to rein in its overspending.

If we can’t stomach modest cuts that would lower federal spending by a mere 0.3% per year out of a current federal budget of $3.6 trillion, then we might as well signal to the whole world that we have no serious intention of dealing with our debt problem.

If we are going to wet our proverbial pants over 0.3% in annual spending cuts when we’re running up trillion dollar annual deficits, then we’re done. Put a fork in us. We’re finished. We’re going to default eventually and that’s why the feds are stockpiling bullets in case of civil unrest.

If we ARE serious about putting our fiscal house in order, then let’s stop the hysterics, tighten our belts, and take our medicine.

– Sarah Palin


Prior to the Facebook posting, Palin also tweeted a related message:

America’s sick & tired of yet more ginned up crisis. DC: Grow up. Get to work. Go around lefty obstructionists then get out of workers’ way.

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Palin: What Obama Didn’t Say Reflects His Values

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 13, 2013

Sarah Palin took to her Twitter and Facebook accounts yesterday to “fact check” and provide commentary on President Obama’s State of the Union address.  The graphic at the bottom is her summary of important topics that were seemingly too unimportant for President Obama to touch upon.  Some fine examples of her responses (tweets) to President Obama’s SOTU statements are here, here, here, and here.  Early on, Palin introduced hash tag #sotUGottaBKiddingMe here.  This is pure Sarah Palin.  She’s unleashed, unshackled, and on a mission to fight for her country.  I love it!

From Palin’s Facebook page:

Here’s a telling reminder of what wasn’t said tonight. What Obama DIDN’T say reflects his values & priorities as much as what he did.

Graphic provided by SarahPAC








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Palin: Don’t Let Your Past Bring You Down

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 2, 2013

Sarah Palin tweeted these words of encouragement earlier today:



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