Social Media to play a vital role in Delhi 2013 elections.

By on August 13, 2013

Day by day the number of users, groups and pages of political parties are increasing.
In India, millions of users are actively following the pages of the politician and political parties and most of the users are situated in metropolitan cities.
Even parties are not ignoring social media, they have employed individuals to mange their Facebook and Twitter accounts.
According to the 2011 census of India, the literacy rate has increased steadily with an increase of 9 % in the last 10 years. As the literacy rate is growing up in India, so is the social media.

The best thing about social media is minimum cost involved. For Aam Aadmi Party, volunteers are maintaining party’s social media pages free of cost. The party ideologies are shared to individuals through social media, and then passed to friends, followers, groups and pages so that to have multiple effect
. Aam Aami Party are arranging their meeting, protests and agendas through facebook, twitter, sites and blogs. Whether to meet at India Gate or Jantar Mantar, and where from start the protest and end the protest, the information is primarily conveyed through social networks. Many political parties disagree that social media will be a decisive factor in the upcoming election but these parties are trying their best to woo the individuals engaged in social networks.

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Lets see the power of social media in the upcoming Delhi 2013 election.


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