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Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
Social  Media  Politics
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Social Media Politics

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  • 1. SOCIAL MEDIA & THE FUTURE OF POLITICS
  • 2. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
  • 3. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
    • Social Media needs a home to go to. Create a website or blog. Go Mobile if you can
    • Maximize your paid media with free media.
    Establish Your Digital Foundation Secrets to Social Media Success?
  • 4. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS Top Social Media Sources  Post videos, pictures, and send messages to all of your friends about your upcoming political campaign. You can answer questions, interact, and become even more in touch with your party supporters. Twitter allows you to make updates in real time for your political campaign. Anyone interested in following your political campaign step-by-step can rely on this source of late breaking news, and it also allows you to send messages to thousands of your followers.  Flickr is a necessary social media website to post all campaign pictures. People want to see the happenings of travel stops along a political campaign, and it allows you to share these images in this social media websites. YouTube is a must for any political campaign because it essentially lets you put a face to your name. People want to connect with you one-on-one, but they may not have the time to attend a political rally or fundraiser. You can start to talk to people about what you really are about, what your political party represents, and what you will accomplish when you are elected into office. YouTube is the opportunity you need to connect with any individual in your area through this source of media.
  • 5. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
    • People Want to Know that you are credible and trustworthy.
    • Set yourself apart
    Secrets to Social Media Success? Establish yourself as an expert!
  • 6. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
    • Posting content that is significant and helpful people will be attracted to it
    • Opportunity to create a loyal base of followers
    Secrets to Social Media Success? Post relevant and helpful content
  • 7. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
    • Participate in conversations off your social media sites
    • Make sure you link back to your website or blog
    Secrets to Social Media Success? Take Your Expertise To the Next Level
  • 8. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
    • Offer content that is of value
    • Try not to talk trash online (ReTweets)
    • Work on building other social media relationships
    • Monitor how often you ask for contributions using social media
    Secrets to Social Media Success? Recap
  • 9. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
  • 10. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
  • 11. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS
  • 12. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS Politics have always played an important role on the Internet....
  • 13. SOCIAL MEDIA&POLITICS and we all know the politician who invented the Internet...
  • 14. Social Media & Future of News Al Gore Announces He Invented The Internet Not!
  • 15. SOCIAL MEDIA & THE FUTURE OF POLITICS

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