When elections are called, politicians and their supporters attempt to influence policy by competing directly for the votes of constituents in what are called campaigns. Supporters for a campaign can be either formally organized or loosely affiliated, and frequently utilize campaign advertising. I believe this is the Facebook which is really hot in this Delhi Board’s election.
Almost all candidates for this election are available at Facebook. Various events and groups are created for Delhi Homoeopathic Board Election 2012 at Facebook.
The message of the campaign contains the ideas that the candidate wants to share with the voters. The message often consists of several talking points about policy issues. The points summarize the main ideas of the campaign and are repeated frequently in order to create a lasting impression with the voters.
In 2012 election of Delhi Homeopathic Board, there is a huge difference of “Campaign message” of two groups – one is matured and seasoned and have working experience of many many years and other is novice and young with no experince.
Here, I am highlighting certain points to become popular on Facebook:
1. Improve your profile.
Add your best photo shot from your digital camera on Facebook. Look good in your photos. Do not over edit your photo’s, take the picture outside for good lighting, make sure it has good quality. When taking a picture smile, put your chin down a little and look into the camera.
Update your status every day and better yet, every few hours. If nothing exciting happened to you, just add a witty status about something. Add a photo gallery, of you, your friends, and family members, or even vacation places.
2. Participate in many opportunities.
Join as many interesting groups as you can. Add as many applications as are interesting and useful. Become fans as many things that you like, that is a great way to show your friends what you like. You don’t want a bunch of profile junk. Take cool quizzes.
3. Join a network including your school or college network.
You can then meet people through your network.
Write on peoples wall. Poke some of them. Comment on peoples photos.
5. Add information to your profile.
Write your e-mail address on your profile. If you want you can write your cell phone number on your profile. Put your school or college on your profile. Put you place of employment and previous place of employment. Facebook is somewhat of a resume so try to make it professional as possible.
I am sure these tips would help all candidates of Delhi Homoeopathic Board Election 2012.
And, in the last, it is common for political scientists to attempt to predict elections via Political Forecasting methods. I have also uploaded a pre-poll system for Delhi Homeo Board Election 2012. One can select any 4 members as per their liking and choice. I’ll upload a detailed report of this on 16th June at www.apiritindia.com