Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

The State of the Internet

This is a guest post by Kwabena Akuamoah-Boateng. Follow him on Twitter: @Kwabena for more. An important and obvious market trend is the migration and use of mobile and web applications by consumers, especially middle-class mobile users in Ghana. In a country where Internet penetration is still below 30%, it is still interesting to realize how this minority population is familiar with mobile apps released ...

28 May 6:24 PM 0 Read More...

Social Media: New Study Shows How Africa Tweets – 2014

Portland Communications - a fast-growing communications and public affairs consultancy  with offices in New York, London and Nairobi analysed geo-located tweets originating from Africa during the final three months of 2013. This is their 2nd study, which dives deeper into Twitter use on the continent, looking at which cities are the most active, what languages are being used the most and what issues are drivi...

31 Mar 12:38 PM 0 Read More...

Please Vote For My Blog To Win At The Ghana’s Blogging & Social Media Awards

Ghana's Blogging and Social Media Awards will take place during BloggingGhana's Blogcamp 2014 event scheduled for April 12, 2014 at the AITI-KACE under the theme: The New phase of Social Media. As you already know, my blog - www.macjordangh.com and myself has been shortlisted by the jury for the following categories below alongside other great bloggers and social media enthusiasts in Ghana. + BEST MALE BLOGGE...

18 Mar 11:12 AM 0 Read More...

PhotoWalk Meet-up Takes Over Accra’s Airport Residential Area

In Ghana today, 57% of users mostly the youths between the ages of 15 - 30 access the Internet on a daily basis via the mobile phones, a recent report by Pew Global states. Twitter and Facebook are the de facto popular social networks amongst the youth but surprisingly; Instagram is gaining more popularity than the two. Most young people will visit Instagram before Facebook and Twitter - this is a known...

20 Feb 7:17 PM 0 Read More...

#AskBBCKomla – BBC’s Komla Dumor Answers Your Questions

2003 Ghana Journalist of the Year and African Broadcast Journalist with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) - Komla Dumor on June 5, 2013 held a Live Q&A Twitter-styled interview online. He answered questions from listeners across the globe on his experience working at the BBC  and also his passion for African Football via the hashtag #AskBBCKomla. See below for the Q&A session: http://stor...

05 Jun 5:32 PM 0 Read More...
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox

Join other followers: