In a review of 2013 Lebanese singers’ activity on Twitter, we remark that Lebanese singer Yara is still preserving her first place with a total number of 10,199 tweets this year.
Furthermore, the female element ruled the top 10 list with 6 top Lebanese female singers versus 4 Lebanese male singers.
Lebanese female singers are competing hardly and are capturing each other’s position, regardless of the distinguished Yara who kept her position for two years in a row. Diana Hadad made it to the third place for the first time and she is being very active with 7,863 tweets. Same applies for Dina Hayek who ranked at the fifth place with 4, 061 tweets. Some other singers’ positions are fluctuating; Elissa progressed to the fourth place after being at the seventh place according to the previous year’s infographic. So did Dominique Hourani who ranked as second most active Lebanese singer on Twitter. Myriam Klink’s position dropped from third place to eighth place, watch out Myriam if you don’t bring back the action you might miss the train!
A similar raging competition is taking place between Lebanese male singers on Twitter. Ziad Bourji’s position retreated from second place to ninth place, while Zein el Omar’s 3,221 Tweets vested him getting the tenth place. New entries to this infographic are marked by Joseph Attieh ranking at sixth place and by Assi Hallani at seventh place.
We always keep a close eye to see whose accounts Twitter chooses to verify. Till date, there are 4 Lebanese singers who have verified accounts on this year’s infographic.
This year, 2013, Yara holds the Badge for Most Active and Most Lifetime Tweets. Elissa earned the Most Followerd badge, while Ziad Bourji still holds the Most Social Badges.
Lebanese singers give their fans more and more materials to generate interaction, tease and promote their upcoming album or product. No doubt Social Networking can be a powerful tool for Lebanese singers. It has been a giant red carpet for them to impress fans, give inside looks at their lives and grow their community.
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*The number of tweets provided reflects the total tweets during 2013.