The story about Kaizer Chiefs dominance on social media, captured in tweets

The story about Kaizer Chiefs dominance on social media, captured in tweets

Where it all started: Bra Willy's blog post on Kaizer Chiefs dominance on social media that was inspired by a radio interview between the host - Ashraf Garda - and Kaizer Chiefs Corporate Communications Manager on the SAFM Sunday morning slot called The Media Show on 9/11. How is your brand doing on social media? Tell…

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The 3 main social networks are putting software developers out of business

81% of the world’s social networking population is found on Facebook, Youtube and Twitter combined. The quest (or more likely pressure) by these social networks to turn netizens’ content, provided freely on their sites, into money-making machines is turning them into ugly monsters. Implications for 3rd party software developers are dire.

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Top 5 African cities on Facebook

I found SocialBakers’ ranking of Top 5 African Cities interesting. However, I also found that the ranking was not accurate, and support my argument with stats using the same tool (SocialBkers) and other reputable online sources.

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Can broadcasting companies lay a claim on Twitter followers of their personalities?

Is there a way to prove that an employee’s Twitter profile is growing owing directly or indirectly to their employment, and thus entitling the employer to lay claim on the employee’s followers when the two part ways? Available social analytics tools provide clues.

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