Think Media Labs has created the first and only standard for Lebanonâ€™s Social Media elections monitoring and online activity of politicians. We have established the Social Media standard that politicians follow to gauge their Twitter activity.
Public figures now rely on our infographic every month to measure and know how they are improving, what areas need more work, what are their peers in the industry doing, etc…Â Think Media Labs monthly infographics measurements are eagerly awaited.
A lot of the politicians Like Ministers Nicolas Sehnaoui and Gebran Bassil, and politician Antoine Haddad now wait monthly for our study and have thanked us for our efforts to create the impartial detailed analysis.
Embassies and other close followers of the growth of the political scene in LebanonÂ like the British Ambassador to Lebanon HMA Tom Fletcher, who is very active on Twitter himself, have recognized our efforts.
Nearly 10 months have passed since we published our first â€œLebanese Politicians on Twitterâ€ infographic and after that â€œLebanese Singers on Twitterâ€ and “Star Academy Celebrities on Twitter“. The studies were successful in capturing the attention of media outlets, politicians, singers, and general public.
Also other artists have been excited about our different infographics like Singers Dominique Hourani and Yara. Stand up comedy artist Nemr Abou Nassar was impressed with the infographics we created after public disagreement on Social Media channels between him and Lebanese singer Myriam Klink over her song.
Observing politicians online is not an easy job. And in February the race of politicians to be active on Social Media became serious and many politicians are now on board. Our grading system evolved to include badges for performance and categorization of what type of tweeter they are:
- Most Active
- Most Improved â€“ in terms of activity on Twitter
- Most Social
- Most Re-Tweets
- Most Followed
- Most Following
What politicians benefit from the infographic:
- Insights of their own activity
- Perception of peopleÂ (good/bad)
- Topics of Interests
- Competition Visibility
What media benefit from it:
- Insights per election zone
- Media Candidate overview / Online activity
- Top topics discussed
- Insights that you can get only via Social Media
What the civil society benefit from it:
- Social Media contact information of all candidates
- Times of day candidate most likely to engage you
- Candidate sentiment of topics of interest
Think Media Labs will always be your reference to the latest in Social Media Infographics and studies in Lebanon and the Middle East!
We would love to hear your suggestions! Anyone you want us to add to our Infographics?Â Just email us at email@example.com and we will check it out!
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