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75% of world leaders ‘tweet’ – study

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Three out of four heads of state globally are utilising social media network Twitter, according to a survey from the Digital Policy Council (DPC). The DPC’s annual study says that a total of 123 world leaders out of 164 countries had accounts on Twitter set up in their personal name or through an official government office more

Churches flock to sign up for voice activated social media service to engage with followers

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Tawk2Me has been two and a half years in the making and allows voice recorded messages to be delivered from user to user, or, as is proving popular, be sent out by an organisation to a group of followers – similar to Twitter. The start-up, based in Johannesburg and supported by investors Rorotika, lists the Twelve Apostles’ Church in Christ, based in East London, South Africa, as one of its clients. more