No surprise: The four top remaining candidates all are masters of their own domains:
Is the ability to secure one’s own domain name a prerequisite for the presidency? Is it a symbol of foresight? Campaign efficiency? Negotiating savvy? Cash flow?
Whatever. Your-name-dot-com may not guarantee a win (it didn’t help John Edwards, after all), but anything else is plainly a bad sign. Check the three other most recent presidential drop-outs:
Still more: Turns out that Mima Search Marketing ran a lively article on this topic a year ago, albeit from a search engine optimization point of view. (“TeamTancredo.com“? No wonder he went nowhere.)