Top 10 CEOs and tech personalities creating the most buzz online
Entrepreneurs rule the world! All of the modern conglomerates that changed the world were the work of an entrepreneur in action. Most of the buzz surrounding an entrepreneur and their work is now generated online in our increasingly digital realities.
Now, a new survey lists the most talked about entrepreneurs over the past 12 months, between September 2020 and August 2021. MoneyTransfers undertook an analysis of the content published in the past year using Buzzsumo to determine which entrepreneurs have generated the most buzz online.
From Elon Musk to Mukesh Ambani to Jeff Bezos, here are the top 10 most talked about entrepreneurs in the world:
1. Elon Musk
SpaceX and Tesla co-founder Elon Musk has taken the internet by storm – with his satirical positions on Twitter for the original inventions that are emerging under his leadership.
According to the analysis, at least 340,957 articles on Elon Musk were published between September 2020 and August 2021. The alleged alien recently shocked the world with the Tesla Bot, a robot that mimics humans without the obsession with science fiction with robots overthrowing humans. Check out Elon Musk’s 10 outrageous comments.
2. Jeff Bezos
Still a step behind Elon Musk, Amazon and Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos came in second with 142,862 articles online mentioning the master of e-commerce in the past year.
Last week, Bezos caused an internet storm after investing in a start-up that wants to reverse aging and find a cure for mortality. Elon Musk’s response to this investment added fuel to the fire. Read how Jeff Bezos wants to cheat death and become immortal.
3. Bill Gates
Pretty predictable? We agree. Nonetheless, the original king of entrepreneurship and the co-founder of tech giant Microsoft have taken third place in terms of online buzz in the past year.
Gates was mentioned in 84,262 internet articles between 2020 and 2021. Gates’ high-profile split from longtime wife Melinda Gates may have added to the man’s endless online fame.
4. Warren Buffett
Don’t scratch your head. Warren Buffet is famous for more than his wealth. The 91-year-old philanthropist and business mogul runs Berkshire Hathaway – a conglomerate that owns 60 big companies like Dairy Queen and battery maker Duracell.
In the past year, 45,168 articles were published on Warren Buffett, according to MoneyTransfers. Buffett is also known for his philanthropy and is committed to giving 99% of his wealth, with the help of No.3 Bill Gates.
5. Mark Zuckerberg
Phew! Facebook founder and social media demigod Mark Zuckerberg made headlines last year, mostly over privacy concerns regarding products offered by the Facebook group of companies, including WhatsApp and Instagram widely. used.
Zuckerberg has given the world the gift / curse (depending on how you see it) of modernized social media, which he continues to generate buzz for online. In the past year, at least 39,047 articles about the founder of Facebook have been published.
6. Richard Branson
Everyone loves a little Branson! The billionaire is the third wealthy American to participate in the so-called âbillionaire space race,â the other two being No.1 Elon Musk and No.2 Jeff Bezos.
With the Virgin Galactic space flight earlier this year, Branson has set the tone in space tourism for wealthy entrepreneurs. Over the past year, Richard Branson has had 37,144 articles written about him in the digital ecosystem.
7. Mukesh Ambani
Indian Wealth Poster Mukesh Ambani is also the largest shareholder of Reliance Industries, a Fortune Global 500 company and also India’s most valuable company.
Richest person in Asia, Ambani has been credited with starting the digital revolution in India with the advent of Jio platforms which made India the market with the cheapest internet in the world and a expanded Internet access for the average Indian. Between 2020-2021, Ambani received 27,683 visits in terms of article volume.
8. Jack Dorsey
What a list of entrepreneurs without Twitter founder Jack Dorsey. While Dorsey is on the social media entrepreneur side, he remains a big name because of his platform – Twitter.
Twitter’s industry-defining move came over the past year when the social media giant began cracking down on disinformation with comprehensive labels and bans. Twitter put on a brave face against precedent-setting chronic disinformation propagator Donald Trump.
Between September 2020 and August 2021, Dorsey published 24,654 articles about her.
9. Jack Ma
China’s favorite entrepreneur Jack Ma – to the world. His own country doesn’t like him very much. In fact, very recently, China prevented the founder of Alibaba from setting up the world’s largest IPO with Ant.
China views tech companies as quasi-governments and has cracked down on big corporations to prevent the formation of a Chinese Facebook. Because of his negative comments on Xi Jinping and the fallout that followed, Jack Ma generated a buzz online – with 14,723 articles last year.
10. Sundar Pichai
The last is never the least, they say – and the same goes for Sundar Pichai. Google’s Indo-American CEO took tenth place in the list of most discussed entrepreneurs. Pichai is recognized for standardizing Google Chrome as the Internet browser of choice and for transforming Google’s cloud-centric approach.
It also plays an intrinsic role in Google’s product development missions. Last year 10,838 articles were published on Pichai.
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