Queen of Jordan Rania Al Abdullah
Queen Rania, who describes herself as “A mum and a wife with a really cool day job...” started tweeting personally on 8 May 2009, during the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Jordan. About a year before she was on Twitter, she launched her YouTube channel to engage with Middle-Eastern users. Queen Rania tweets regularly and actively engages with her followers. Her tweets are in English and Arabic often sharing links to pictures on her Instagram account. Her tweets cover local, regional and international issues including education, health, youth and community empowerment, and more personal tweets like photos of herself and her family. Queen Rania conducted her first Twitter interview in June 2009 at the World Economic Forum held at the Dead Sea in Jordan.
Tweet analytics (as of April 2015)
|Most mentioned||@UNICEF (10), @MadrasatiJo (10), @jordanriverfdn (10), @wef (8), @Davos (6), @QueenRania (6), @AhmadShararJO (4), @JoVolunteers (4), @carlitarocks (4), @join1goal (3).|
|Average of retweets||195|
Salaam! Last time you heard from me, we worked together to breakdown stereotypes. http://bit.ly/j25vj— Rania Al Abdullah (@QueenRania) May 7, 2009