Arvind Kejriwal tops Narendra Modi in Social Media in December 2013

Arvind Kejriwal tops Narendra Modi in Social Media in December 2013 admin

Can social media Turn the tables in Indian Elections 2014?
“Social media is fast becoming a popular means for both politicians and political parties to engage with a global audience. With many prominent individuals and institutions making their presence felt on the medium, it is no surprise that social media is an important part of political activity in the country.” – Economic Times
Based on Simplify360 Social Index (SSI), we list out the top 6 political parties that created the maximum buzz on social media. SSI is arrived at by considering a party’s performance across 4 broad parameters include Awareness, Spread, Prominence and Favourability on social media.
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