Q4 2018 brought with it a new class of US congresspersons, and with them a new round of energy proposals. Ideas for bills pushing for increases in renewable power usage have propagated social media channels with many government officials blurring the line between legislator and influencer.
Attitudes were exceptionally positive in Q3 compared to the previous year. Conversations around bitcoin were reignited after Mastercard’s decision to shut down Robert Spencer’s Patreon account over hateful content.
Q3 saw major changes in the energy sector. Obama-era energy legislation was reversed, and people reacted negatively on social channels like twitter. Proponents of solar enjoy had a victory twitter though, after the passing of SB 100.
Q3 2018 showed a large decrease in social post volume, compared to this period last year. Those who did post were riveted by healthcare miracles and incredible health stories. Providers were also showing their growing wisdom by advertising job opportunities over social media.