We all know how much power the citizens have in choosing those that lead them politically in our democratic government. This is why we have this short post highlighting some of the reasons why you should adopt digital marketing for your political campaigns and take it seriously.
People, most especially marketers usually box-up or categorize digital consumers into a web of mysteriously connected individuals who exist in a multifaceted cyber world of their own. They are a mystery: they speak a different language, react to information differently and they communicate in a way we don’t understand, turning the world of marketing upside-down. The digital consumers are different, we are made to believe… But are they really? ...
Facebook is the number one social media platform in the world, housing over 2 billion users, with the addition of the possibility of reaching over 700 million users on Instagram, just because Facebook owns Instagram.
Whether or not your business is suited to digital marketing depends very much on the nature of that business, where it is now, and where you want it to go in the future. If, for example, you’re a dairy farmer in rural Benue state Nigeria, have a fixed contract to supply yam to the local co-operative, and have little, if any, scope or ambition to diversify and grow your business year-on-year, then digital marketing probably isn’t for you. Likewise, if you’re a local butcher with an established client base in a thriving market town in the Abule-Egbe-Abattoir area of Lagos state Nigeria, and simply want to maintain the status quo, then again you’ll probably do just fine without digital marketing.