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August 14, 2017

The Ten Commandments of Digital Marketing in Political Campaigns

Most of us already know a thing or two about online advertising. We have witnessed one of the best online advertising campaigns from international brands and we’ve been following smaller companies doing their thing and coming up with bright ideas…

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February 14, 2017

Is there a place for love in politics?

It’s 2017 and we can’t deny that love plays an enormous role in our culture even to this day. It has fascinated ...

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July 22, 2016

Politicians and Digital Education

If last week we tackled the ”Bored of Democracy” Syndrome and its issues, we’re shifting to a more optimist t ...

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July 22, 2016

Senior Web Designer Wanted!

Folks of the World Wide Web, Majoritas is looking for a Senior Web Designer based in Bucharest! What it takes? See ...

July 7, 2016

The “Bored of Democracy” Syndrome

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, “bored of democracy” is a thing nowadays.  If you’re paying just a bit of attenti ...

political technology

September 7, 2015

Data Visualization in Politics | What’s the deal?

Data visualization is becoming more and more important in every domain within society: medical technology, energy, finance. You name it. But what about politics? When it comes to studying politics, we are facing a ...

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July 23, 2015

Gerrymandering | We drew a map to a better place

The English speaking world, in all of its magnificence, has a word to describe almost everything, and a very characteristic and organic way of adding them to the current parlance. Laughable, that the moonbeam ...

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June 9, 2015

Politics & Mathematics | Legislative cooperation with Nash Equilibriums

Brace yourselves, because this is one long and detailed blog post. You have been warned! Why would opposing parties work together to pass bills that obviously favor the ideology of one over the other? ...

Mauricio Macri shouting in a microphone
February 9, 2016

Mauricio Macri and the start of a fresh Argentina

2015 was an amazing year for politics, both in terms of technology and elections-wise. We’ve witnessed the rise (and fall) of many political figures, all in the context of an ongoing paradigm shift in the relationship between voters and politicians.…

A demonstrator looks at a riot policeman during a protest marking the country's 1973 military coup in Santiago, Chile

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A demonstrator looks at a riot policeman during a protest marking the country’s 1973 military coup in Santiago, Chile September 11, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Vera

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