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 First, they understood the reach of mobile messaging. Mobile phones are with in reach constantly and around the clock. Therefore this is the most immediate and most important messaging mechanism available. ​ First, they understood the reach of mobile messaging. Mobile phones are with in reach constantly and around the clock. Therefore this is the most immediate and most important messaging mechanism available. ​
  
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 Second, the messaging was kept personal and relevant both to the person and the medium. Supporters felt they were connected and that the candidate spoke with them. It was personal. Second, the messaging was kept personal and relevant both to the person and the medium. Supporters felt they were connected and that the candidate spoke with them. It was personal.
 
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