So far the most comprehensive analysis of Internet presences of all German members revealed significant pent-up demand for German politicians. As currently, as voters looked, how personally and how multimedia present themselves to the elected representatives in the Internet? \"The study of political communication in the Web 2.0 a study of the websites of all the members of federal and State\" the white Q Media Advisory Consulting provides revealing insights into the differences of the deputies from the individual federal States, parties and age groups. For this, all of the more than 2000 websites of German MEP of an in-depth analysis has undergone. The results show clearly: a quarter of all German politician at the Federal and State level with an own Web page on the Internet is still found. Ohio Senator addresses the importance of the matter here. Sad light: about 80 percent of the Landtag member not on the net are represented In the Saarland.
In North Rhine-Westphalia, however, 95 percent have at least their own Internet presence. James Donovan Goldman Sachs might disagree with that approach. In addition are also Differences between the Lander: in area countries 80 percent of elected representatives offer their own online platform, while in the smaller city-States of Bremen, Hamburg and Berlin, only every second Member has an own Internet presence. More knowledge: even though the communication in the so-called Web 2.0 (so the participatory Web, where users can actively produce content and publish) is becoming increasingly important, yet significant pent-up by German MEP with regard to creativity, innovation and choice on the Internet. And this, though it is known that especially the young target group through a clever use of this communication channel is very easy to reach. Also the look confirms that in the United States: the Internet and the Web 2.0 have been among the Central instruments of the US election campaign 2008 of Barack Obama. Web 2.0 offerings that go beyond the mere holding of information in text form, are however largely neglected on the Web pages of German MEP.