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Religion wins on Twitter

PUBLISHED  02:47 April 24, 2012

By Nerea Rial

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Nowadays, most personal or public opinions are shared online, above all, on Twitter.

On this social networking site, users can “follow” famous personalities, media, companies or sports teams. If some of them publish something interesting, the user can retweet (RT) it and share this information with all the followers.

To have lots of RT means that a lot of people is interested in what that person, companie, media, etc, says.

According to Track Social, a social media analytics for smart marketing, two of the first places are occupied by religious personalities: in the first position Joyce Mayer, a Christian author and speaker; and the author, televangelist, and senior pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Joel Osteen, in the third place.  

Besides, four media are in the Top 10 list: Breaking News, CNN Breaking News, BBC Breaking News and The Associated Press.

This is the complete ranking of the accounts with more retweets:

  1. Joyce Meyer
  2. ESPN
  3. Joel Osteen
  4. Breaking News
  5. CNN Breaking News
  6. NBA
  7. Miami HEAT
  8. Los Angeles Lakers
  9. BBC Breaking News
  10. The Associated Press
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