Mahendra Kudiya | Gaondastak.com | March 25, 2021
Modern political campaigns are more about arousing a sentiment across using social media. Most people are very comfortable in learning about political happenings viz social media, whilst seated at their comfortable homes or workplaces. And, behind every campaign, there are people who work round the clock with sheer dedication to ensure the success of it. There is a person who, at an age where people usually have no regards for their future and are busy enjoying their college life, is busy creating a marketing business empire for himself. Mr. Rohit Githala is creating a buzz in the marketing arena with his skills.
Rohit hails from the Sikar district of Rajasthan and holds a stellar record of working closely with prominent political figures from various places in India. Having worked in NSUI for about a year before entering the marketing biz gave him the kind of exposure that came in handy while working on campaigns. He went on working with various ministers and other political figures, regardless of their political alignments. He has worked with multiple political parties and handled the social media accounts of their folks. It was a kickstart for his career when he worked with Mr. Neeraj Kundan, the National President of NSUI in handling their social media PR. This gave him confidence boosters and more networks that landed him many clients. Now after assuming responsibilities for the social media accounts of national-level political figures, such as Mr. Balwant Singh Mankotia, Mr. Bhanwar Jitendra Singh, Spardha Choudhary, and Acharya Pramod Krishnam, and many more, he is in the limelight of Indian social media.
He started working in this field a few years back and hasn't looked back since. Various, current and former, State Ministers from central, northern, and western parts of the country, have made to his list of successful campaigns. He keeps growing the list of trustworthy networks that take him higher in his industry. He has already catered to many prominent people and has converted their Twitter campaigns and trends into success for them.
Being from a small town and getting high success rates has made him an inspiration amongst other marketers. He truly is an example of the saying, Keep nose to grindstone.