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How to use Internet to Run Political Campaigns in Nigeria



Is no longer a news that internet is one of greatest medium to reach electorates faster and easier in Nigeria. Many parties and politicians are yet to harness the power of internet to engage voters effectively, even when some do, they do it wrongly.  Here comes a thread today on how to use internet to run political campaigns in Nigeria.

You need to be clear of what aspirant aim is: it could be to create awareness, enlighten the voters, establish the candidate name, build or repair public opinions, etc. There are six components of internet political campaign methods which are:
Search engine (organic and sponsored)
Content method (info-graph, press release, case studies, email campaign, reviews, videos, etc)
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Influencers (hiring opinion leaders, bloggers, etc)
Mobile method (applications, all campaign will be designed to integrate on smart phones, feature phones, tablets, etc)   
and
Social media (using different categories of online social media such as social networking, online forums, videos communities, wikis, photo sites, File sharing sites, etc).

Depending on what situation analysis reviews will determine whether to use all the methods or select some for the campaign. But because of nature of politics in Nigeria, for aggressive political campaign, you will need all the components.  To effectively employ all methods which are called digital marketing elements, require understanding in and out of them to adequately use them on your favor. 


 It is advisable to employ a service of online political campaign agency in Nigeria. Because is bad idea to go to war with amateur fighters, this can lead to you losing the fight thus wasting energies and monies invested in there in the first place.  But by hiring experts and machineries you stand chance of defeating enemies in thd chance of defeating enemies in the battlefield.  To effectively and adequately harness the power of internet to campaign and get huge results hire AdHang.com.


AdHang is number one online political campaignumber one online political campaign agency in Nigeria, with over ten years of experience in online campaigns, and it’s the first internet public enlightenment agency in Africa. AdHang has well trained online campaign professionals, advanced internet campaign system, comprehensive campaign process, robust set of technologies and tools to inform, reinforce, persuade, remind and win voters attention away from rivals.


When you hire the agency AdHang, what you want to achieve and strengths of your opponents are determinant of what will be done, when and how. The agency will plan your online political campaign from scratch to finish, design all the internet campaign creative works, choose channels, select platforms, manage and run your political campaigns all over the internet, around the clock till you win voters attention from rivals. All campaign will be prepared, managed and run following  global best practices, observing Nigeria electoral body’s rules, maintaining all the online media terms and conditions, etc.


Your political campaigns will constantly be appearing above, below, alongside and even in the middle of millions of internet page contents, and will be found across every imaginable style and type of websites and internet sources. Voters will be reached by AdHang’s campaigns at home on their computers, they're logged in to a library computer, offices, phablet or on their smartphones, or on laptops in coffee shops, etc.

You can view AdHang plans at www.adhang.com/online-political-campaign-agency/





 

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