Viral Video – Kobe vs. Messi: The Selfie Shootout

Viral Video of Kobe vs Messi: The Selfie Shootout. Basketball star Kobe Bryant and football icon Lionel Messi

Viral Video – YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say?


Twitter Accounts with the most followers worldwide – Dec 2013


Statistic: Twitter accounts with the most followers worldwide as of December 2013 (in millions) | Statista
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Viral Video – WestJet Christmas Miracle: Real-time Giving

Viral Video of WestJet Christmas Miracle: real-time giving


2013 Twitter Trends for India – #ThankYouSachin, #BB7, #KoffeeWithKaran & others in the list

Twitter has released the 2013 trends for India. People in India use twitter to discuss on local & global sports, politics, television and news events. Top cricket trends for 2013 are #ThankYouSachin, #IndvsAus and #IPL. Some of the top TV programmes has had a fair share of twitter conversation for #BB7, #ThePerfectBachelor and #KoffeeWithKaran. Devastating Uttarakhand Floods and Cyclone Phailin also joined the trending list.

Anil Kapoor (@AnilKapoor), Sridevi (@SrideviBKapoor), Saina Nehwal (@NSaina), Sourav Ganguly (@SouravGanguly) & the Indian Army (@adgpi) are some of the prominent Twitter profiles who joined in 2013. In news, #Afzalguru, #Tejpal & Syria topped the conversation. Modi, Rahul Gandhi & BJP topped the conversation for Politics.

twitter trends 2013 India

twitter trends 2013 India

Google 2013 Search Trends – India

Google has released the 2013 search trends which provides an overview of what places, movies, people & other things people are looking. This year provides for 1,000+ top 10 lists across various categories from 72 countries. Globally Nelson Mandela is the #1 trending search followed by Paul Walker & iPhone 5s.

In India

1) IRCTC, crininfo, Flipkart & PNR status are the most searched terms.
2) Top trending In India are Chennai Express, IPL 2013, Aashiqui 2 & UIDAI.
3) Among People Sunny Leone, Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Deepika Paukone & SRK are in the top 5 list.
4) Aashiqui 2, Chennai Express, Krrish 3, Dhoom 3 are the top 4 movies.

Google 2013 Trends India

Google 2013 Trends India

Search Engines & Social Networking Sites – Most Commonly Used Websites

Search Engines & Social Networking Sites are the Most Commonly Used Websites. This is followed by Web portals & user generated sites.

Infographic: Search and Social are the Most Commonly Used Websites | Statista

Milaap : The Hope Project – How Crowdfunding is Empowering Rural Women Entrepreneurs?

Attended the Milaap Indiblogger #HopeProject On Sunday the 15th at Microsoft Research India labs, Bangalore.The Bloggers meet was a great platform to know about the Crowdfunding activities & how Milaap is acting as a platform & changing the way people fund. Got to know first hand from people who are getting crowdfunding from Millap.

The Hope Project is a campaign that plans to inspire urban masses towards empowering rural women entrepreneurs through small contributions. The Hope Project seeks to shed some myths about the Devadasi system and invites small loans for the micro enterprises of these women. You can select one or many areas which interests you. You can make a loan & borrowers receive 100% of your money. You will get updates from Millap on the progress. Education, Energy, Sanitation & others are some of the impact areas to fund for.



Facebook India 2013 Trends

Facebook has released the 2013 India trends. Below are some of the India trends for 2013

1) Most talked about topics in India are
Narendra Modi, Sachin Tendulkar, iPhone 5S, Raghuram Rajan, Mangalyan

2) Top Check Ins In India
The Golden Temple

3) Top Life Events Globally

1. Added a relationship, got engaged or got married
2. Traveled
3. Moved
4. Ended a relationship
5. First met a friend
6. Added a family member, expecting a baby or had a baby
7. Got a pet
8. Lost a loved one
9. Got a piercing
10. Quit a habit

India Facebook

India Facebook

Mobile, Tablets, Apps & Social Media

How mobile, tablets, ecosystems and mobile social are shaping the world. Technology and Mobile worlds merge and Media are being dragged along to accelerate the change.