As the 2020 election cycle ramps up, voters can expect a flurry of targeted advertisements fueled by big data on their doorsteps, inboxes and social media feeds. While microtargeting based on demographic information is not a new trend in campaign strategy, campaigns traditionally relied on analyzing voter behavior within broader categories such as age or gender before big data was easily accessible.
A Pup or a Stuffie?
I discovered the unique itemizing from One Tail at a Time on Petfinder.com for Riley (then often called Laney) and that is what a part of it mentioned:
Although Laney is a rare snuggler (and kisser!) who enjoys being held, she appears to be essentially the most unbiased of her siblings. Throughout automobile rides, Laney loves searching the window and taking all of it in. Typically confused with a stuffed-animal, Laney’s cuteness is tough to rival.
Riley does certainly love her stuffed animals, a few of which she destuffs! So is she a pup or is she a stuffie? I am certain she would not care what she was referred to as so long as there was consideration and loving available!