A visual look at global brands and celebrities with the most social media presence and followers. Which companies have utilised social media with success and who has the biggest Twitter following, Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber?
Another celebrity is joining Twitter, this time it is the author of the Harry Potter books, JK Rowling. However, her three tweets tells us we won’t be getting much insight to her life as an author. read more
E! wants to utilize the celebrities twittering, says B&C, and claims that they will run tweets in a stream in their programming. They will also feature a “Celebri-Tweet” widget on the eonline.com website, which is really bloggish already. Maybe this is what will push even more B- and C-list celebs to Twitter, their chance to compete with the likes of Hugh Jackman for twittering air time?
Those working near or in Hollywood and already “well-connected to the Hollywood publicity machine” may want to consider limbering up for a rather vague job opening with Twitter.
Although Twitter admits that “we don’t have a description written for this yet”, there are a few clues on the job listing.
Apparently, “the job is to be a ‘high touch’ point of contact at Twitter for the burgeoning number of celebrities on the service”, ensuring that celebs are happy and using the product effectively. read more