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Election Campaign Promotion Guide

LOK SABHA Election 2019 date is finally announced! Every political party has just one aim right now:

To WIN

And without a doubt winning depends on PROMOTIONS. The right promotion helps you to reach the masses and increase your winning chances in the election.

We would like to be part of your success. So here we have created a complete guide which includes all the services that you need for promotions and the top ways to use them in order to bloom in Lok Sabha Election 2019!

Here is Your Election Campaign Promotion Guide

Let’s Start!!

Bulk SMS Marketing Strategy for Election Campaign Promotion:

Bulk SMS Marketing strategy for election campaign promotionBulk SMS is one of the most effective methods to reach out to your target audience in seconds! Almost everyone carries a mobile phone with them all the time.

Sending SMS is the easiest way to reach them as the message would directly land in the inbox section and hence there is a great chance that they would read it.

 

 

Voice Broadcasting Services for Your Election Campaign:

voice-broadcasting-election-campionVoice broadcasting is quite a wonderful way to convey your message to the target audience.

You can record an audio message and further your target audience would then receive these pre-recorded voice messages via phone calls.

 

 

Missed Call Alert Services for Election Campaigns/Surveys:

missed-call-election-campionMissed Call Alert Service is a unique way to encourage the audience to share their views. You just need to have multiple missed call alert numbers, each with the intention to know different types of review of the audience and it’s done!

They would simply give a missed call on the respective numbers as you have mentioned.

 

 

Requirement of Toll-Free Number if you are Running an Election campaign:

toll-free-election-campion-imgHaving toll free numbers can really do wonder in this Election. Since toll-free numbers cost nothing to the callers that’s why they tend to share their views very easily.

Providing such a provision to them would encourage them to connect via the toll-free number.

 

 

Integrated Telephony Solution for Election Campaign Promotion:

Integrated Telephony Solution for Election Campaign PromotionFor successful election campaign promotion, a combination of various services can be used. Integrating multiple services can make promotion quite engaging.

This results in higher involvement of the public which will highlight you and increase your chances of winning.

 

 

IVR for Election Campaign Promotion /Surveys /Feedbacks:

ivr-election-campionIVR can be used to register new members/supporters with a phone number. You can provide the mission/message (In native language) of your party campaign.

Voters can give feedback and suggestions through IVR. You can also conduct surveys and it will help you to understand the wave.

 

 

Email Marketing Strategy for Election Campaign Promotion:

election-campionEmail marketing is a great way to digitally share your posters and banners during elections. You can directly send such infographics to a large number of people at once.

The audience will also get a provision to revert back and share their views which can further give you a rough idea that how interactive your series is.

 

 

Lok Sabha Election 2019: Phase wise breakup and schedule

Phase 1 (April 11)

S No. States Seats
1 Andhra Pradesh 25
2 Arunachal Pradesh 2
3 Assam 5
4 Bihar 4
5 Chhattisgarh 1
6 Jammu and Kashmir 2
7 Maharashtra 7
8 Manipur 1
9 Meghalaya 2
10 Mizoram 1
11 Nagaland 1
12 Odisha 4
13 Sikkim 1
14 Telangana 17
15 Tripura 1
16 Uttar Pradesh 10
17 Uttarakhand 5
18 West Bengal 2
19 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 1
20 Lakshadweep 1

Phase 2 (April 18)

S No. States Seats
1 Assam 5
2 Bihar 5
3 Chhattisgarh 3
4 Jammu and Kashmir 2
5 Karnataka 14
6 Maharashtra 10
7 Manipur 1
8 Odisha 5
9 Tamil Nadu 29
10 Tripura 1
11 Uttar Pradesh 8
12 West Bengal 3
13 Puducherry 1

Phase 3 (April 23)

S No. States Seats
1 Assam 5
2 Bihar 5
3 Chhattisgarh 7
4 Gujarat 26
5 Goa 2
6 Jammu and Kashmir 1
7 Karnataka 14
8 Kerala 20
9 Maharashtra 14
10 Odisha 6
11 Uttar Pradesh 10
12 West Bengal 5
13 Dadra and Nagar Haveli 1
14 Daman and Diu1 1

Phase 4 (April 29)

S No. States Seats
1 Bihar 5
2 Jammu and Kashmir 1
3 Jharkhand 3
4 Madhya Pradesh 6
5 Maharashtra 17
6 Odisha 6
7 Rajasthan 13
8 Uttar Pradesh 13
9 West Bengal 8

Phase 5 (May 6)

S No. States Seats
1 Bihar 5
2 Jammu and Kashmir 2
3 Jharkhand 4
4 Madhya Pradesh 7
5 Rajasthan 12
6 Uttar Pradesh 14
7 West Bengal 7

Phase 6 (May 12)

S No. States Seats
1 Bihar 8
2 Haryana 10
3 Jharkhand 4
4 Madhya Pradesh 8
5 Uttar Pradesh 14
6 West Bengal 8
7 Delhi 7

Phase 7 (May 19)

S No. States Seats
1 Bihar 8
2 Jharkhand 3
3 Madhya Pradesh 8
4 Punjab 13
5 West Bengal 9
6 Chandigarh 1
7 Uttar Pradesh 13
8 Himachal Pradesh 4

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