Social media networks in facilitating political mobilization is growing intensively during the 21st century. People are connecting more easily while using Facebook, Youtube, Instagram and Whatsaap hence their popular sphere in the current era. Researchers acknowledge that most of the Political individuals are using the social media platform to boost and promote their political ambitions. This Paper briefly discusses the specific ways that social media is being used to facilitate political mobilization.
The Arab Spring Revolution is one of the by-product of social media networks. In specifics, the massive calling of the public for protest against the government was enabled by this Social media networks. Initially, the riots started from one region, and within a few weeks, the entire Arab nation was rioting against the type of Arabic leadership. People managed to influence each other, having the revolution leaders gain achieve their goals from the mobilization. The magnitude of social media became witness able when the protesters invested for the riots; buying fire arms being an example. The way people communicate-d and expressed their feelings about their leadership was quite an impact.
Egypt is one of the most advanced countries today with good internet connection since the late 1990s. Since internet was establishe-d, advancement in political goals, from voting, impeaching and right amendments have been enable-d by the Social media networks. Politicians have also constantly used the advancement for their political mobilization. Egyptian political leaders are employing teams responsible fro managing their social media accounts who constantly text, or post public content to increase their following. Technically, the followers tend to believe and trust content made by their leaders. With such knowledge, the social media managing team advice and post interesting post which attracts more people to follow.