BNP is planning to make money from online ads and ‘neutrally distribute’ by the end of the year
It’s not the first time that the National Party has tried to make a name for itself on social media.
The party has been a prominent voice for anti-establishment sentiment in the UK, with its “vote BNP” slogan becoming a meme in social media, and in fact it has been used to support Jeremy Corbyn.
But the party’s attempt to make its brand a force to be reckoned with is a move that has already led to a lot of backlash.
It seems that the party is planning a more drastic change to its approach towards online advertising in the coming months.
In a tweet on Wednesday, the party said it was “currently considering” whether to start taking a “neutered” approach to advertising, according to BuzzFeed News.
This means that the ads will be designed to distribute more evenly across social media platforms, rather than using the same adverts on all social media channels.
The company said it would work with “the right partners to provide a more fair and balanced platform” and that the campaign would begin “next week” and “be completed in the second half of this year”.
A spokeswoman for the party confirmed that the “neuter” campaign was in the works, but said the company was not yet ready to disclose the exact dates.
“This is the first step in our strategy to make the BNP more socially responsible and more transparent,” the spokesperson said.
But the timing of the announcement, and the timing in which it was made, may have been a coincidence. “
We’re always looking at ways to make sure the BN’s message is heard and shared by all who share it.”
But the timing of the announcement, and the timing in which it was made, may have been a coincidence.
In the lead up to the Brexit referendum, the BPP has repeatedly been accused of spreading misinformation, using its position on social issues to promote itself.
In July, the National’s then leader, Nigel Farage, tweeted that “bNP is the biggest and best political party in Europe”.
But in October the party announced a major policy overhaul that had some people questioning whether it was actually working.
On Wednesday, The Independent newspaper reported that “BNP is considering taking a more neutered approach to online advertising” and said the party was considering “neUTER”.
The newspaper said that the new strategy would include a new slogan: “Vote BNP now”.
It is not clear how much this new campaign will involve online ads, but it may mean that BNP will not be using ads on Facebook and Twitter.
A spokesperson for the BPC told BuzzFeed News: “This change is not the BNF’s first move to create a more neutral online environment for the National.”
However, the new campaign has already been criticized by other pro-democracy organisations and even some of the party members themselves.
“They’re not going to be getting a penny from these ads, so I think that’s pretty disappointing,” said Paul Weston, one of the members of the Electoral Reform Society.
Weston added that the BFP had been “more than fair” with its social media strategy in the past, but that the current strategy was “not as fair” as it should be.
“I think the campaign is more about the BBNP being more socially neutral,” Weston said.