Likely to pay off NRs. 7.5m to American Companies — Prediction of my article in Annapurna Post in 2016 is likely to meet speculation nearby local election

Eco-NetPolitik - webPolitical parties in Nepal are likely to paying huge money to American companies for their sponsored link in social media according to Annapurna Post on Thursday, 11th May 2017 which I have already stated in 2016 releasing an article in Annapurna Post.

Prediction of my article in Annapurna Post in 2016 is likely to meet speculation nearby local election happening on Sunday 14th May 2017 in Nepal. The scene of Economics of Netpolitik would gain very different steering in upcoming general election in a way to push forward politics on the Internet differently.

Since this is local election, magnitude of sponsored links in social media – like Facebook, twitter, and YouTube – has not been yet its actual size. It might be in full phase in upcoming general election and it might set new trend in the history of politics with the Internet in Nepal. The study would also show me new direction of observing digital diplomacy in my academic research.

News in Annapurna Post about social media expenditure of political parties is an additional bystander of my voice alone with sponsored links in Facebook nowadays.

My article in 2016: https://rajendrabanepali.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/economics-of-netpolitik-nepal-pays-off-usd-7-5m-to-america-in-upcoming-election-of-post-conflict-in-nepal/

Nepali article in Annapurna Post in 2016: https://rajendrabanepali.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/2016-08-20-rmb1-arnapurnapost.jpg

News in Annapurna Post in 2017: http://annapurnapost.com/news/70755 (As my prediction in 2016)

::: Nepali article in 2016 which is likely to meet speculation nearby local election 

2016-08-20-RMB1-ArnapurnaPost

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