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2008 Presidential Election Site Launched, but With a Twist

The 2008 Presidential Election Site .com is just one of Planmarc’s projects with online marketing; but somewhere along the road, something unexpected happened.

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June 6, 2007 (FPRC) -- The 2008 Presidential Election Site.com site was specifically designed to attract political interest groups and election campaign leaders for the purpose of providing online optimization and nationwide exposure; bringing more independent voters to their website so they could get their message out to a much larger and more diverse audience. Planmarc’s ability to rank their sites in the top of several major search engines and the power to get those numbers to the candidates would give any campaign a boost.

The site was just launched in May of this year. “The site is a big hit! The average person has been logging in to voice their opinions on the election, candidates and political issues, and it has grown much bigger than we had ever thought”, according to Jasen Burcham, President of Planmarc, Ltd. (the site’s parent company).

“This site was actually created in conjunction with over 20 other websites for the purpose of attracting political election groups and campaign leaders looking for a powerful program to get people of all political persuasion to visit their website and get their message out; but the 2008 Presidential Election Site has brought a very different but interesting result”, according to Burcham.

The site includes live up to the minute political polling, where guests can participate and vote. Members can vote and create new polling questions. Members and guests can vote on just about any political issue, domestic or international that will affect the 2008 Presidential Election. The site has many other features, and will soon have a sophisticated political news aggregator; but is currently limited to polls, message boards, blogs and other fun stuff.

Mr. Burcham explains that “as long as the information posted by guests and members is not obscene or offensive, and relates intellectually to the 2008 Presidential Election, posts will not be edited. We are looking for people to express themselves in an open environment; the best part of this endeavor is that literally millions across the entire globe are seeing what people have to say.”

If you have strong political opinions about issues that will affect the 2008 Presidential elections and don’t have a means to voice those opinions or do you like to participate in online political polls? The 2008 Presidential Election Site .com is just the medium for you to voice those thoughts to millions of viewers.

You may want to participate and watch this one…especially as the 2008 Presidential election rhetoric heats up closer to Fall.

Planmarc reserves all rights to this message as well as all information contained on 2008PresidentialElectionSite.com.


Send an email to John of 2008 Presidential Election Site.com
800-567-0235 ext.201



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