Annual research indicates sluggish growth in adoption of Twitter by leaders from politically unstable countries while popular leaders continue to lead, almost doubling their follower base in the last two years. Washington, D.C., Jan 24, 2016 – The Digital Policy Council (DPC) released its sixth annual ranking of world leaders on Twitter as a means […]
The Digital Policy Council’s latest research observes established leaders significantly expanding their following on Twitter while adoption among politically unstable countries slows. Washington, D.C. Jan 1, 2015 –The Digital Policy Council (DPC) released its fifth annual ranking of world leaders’ use of Twitter. DPC’s latest report indicates almost stagnant growth in the number of heads […]
The Digital Policy Council’s latest research observes five out of the Top 15 world leaders on Twitter to be from predominantly Muslim nations. Dubai, UAE Feb 3, 2014 –The Digital Policy Council (DPC), an international, non-partisan “think tank” based in Washington D.C., released its fourth annual ranking of world leaders’ use of the social media […]
The Digital Policy Council’s latest research observes continued but dramatically slower growth of world leaders utilizing Twitter in 2013. Washington, D.C. Jan 1, 2014 –The Digital Policy Council (DPC) released its fourth annual ranking of world leaders’ use of the social media website Twitter.com. DPC’s latest report indicates continued but decelerated growth in the number […]
Analyses as of December 2012 reveals that 75 percent, or three out of four heads of state, are at present on the social media site Twitter. The new figures represent an annual compound growth rate (CAGR) of 93pct in the number of heads of state and national governments on Twitter since we started tracking this data in 2010.
The making of a new geopolitical identity was marked when the Open Government Partnership (OGP) launched with a gathering of heads of state and senior officials in New York on September 20, 2011. The global initiative now raises the visibility and differentiation of governments to strive beyond being mere democracies but are explicitly challenged to be both democratic and open.
Obama and Chávez: The World’s Most Influential Heads of State on the Net The Digital Policy Council’s latest research shows a doubling of the number of heads of state joining Twitter in the hope of better engaging their citizenry. President Obama of the United States and President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela are the two most […]
Digital Daya has formed the LinkedIn group with the simple mission to promote good governance. A vital and wide‐ranging transformation of government is underway driven by the ascendancy of social networking and Web2.0 technologies ― the phenomenon has been labeled Government 2.0. The ‘Gov 2.0 – Technology, Initiatives and Innovations’ group is intended as a global resource to develop an informed understanding of this new media of the Internet.
Middle East‘s first center for social intelligence tracks an upbeat resurgence in public sentiment for Dubai DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Jan. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Digital Daya (‘digital influence’), a strategic consultancy that empowers world leaders to leverage the new media of the Internet, has released a new report “Brand Dubai: A Snapshot of Dubai’s […]
Postings by members of the public on blogs and websites show the emirate’s image has turned around Gulf News Report Published: 00:00 January 25, 2011 Dubai: Brand Dubai is enjoying a resurgence. And it is being heard loud and clear on the web, on the many blogs and social media networks that populate it. Just […]