Social media tool is an easy may to showcase your achievement and promote credibility. I did it. During National Election Day, July 28 2013 I have used Tweeter and Facebook for updating and spreading out information relating to election process and politician news in Cambodia. After the election, I was listing in a Cambodia 20 Top Current-Affairs Tweeters which published on the Phnom Penh Post, an Addicted Newspapers in Cambodia. I have counted the number of tweeters are 25 listed. I am not sure, whether I was in rank number 20 ? For more and details bellowed link.
Source : Phnom Penh Post – Fri, 11 October 2013
Cambodia’s recent elections and subsequent protests have demonstrated Twitter’s strength in distributing breaking news and information during fast-evolving events. Will Jackson lists the country’s top Tweeps.
Without independent English-language television or radio stations, Twitter has proven an excellent way to keep track of what’s going on with updates on traffic snarls, protest locations, results of party talks, crowd numbers, casualties and more.
The trick to Twitter is knowing who to follow. Here are 20 top current-affairs tweeters, excluding the main news organisations.
- Alex Higgins: @Sokunroth
- Ruom Collective: @RuomCollective
- Rachana Bunn: @rachanabunn
- Hun Sen’s Eye: @HunSensEye
- Khieu Kanharith: @KanharithKhieu
- John Vink: @vinkjohn
- Sochua Mu: @MuSochua
- Sonny Le: @sonnylebythebay
- KRT Trial Monitor: @KRT_Monitor
- Ou Ritthy: @ritthyou
- Luke Hunt: @lukeanthonyhunt
- Irwin Loy: @illied
- Casey Nelson: @LTO_cambodia
- Kounila: @Kounila
- Cambopedia: @cambopedia
- ADHOC-Cambodia: @ADHOC__Cambodia
- Tharum Bun: @tharum
- Clothilde Le Coz: @CloLeCoz
- Santel PHIN: @khmerbird
- Sopheak SREY: @sopheaksrey
- Neilly Din: @NeillyDin
- Robert Carmichael: @Carmichael_Rob
- Watching Cambodia: @EyeOnCambodia
- Chan Thul Prak: @prakchanthul
- Virak Ou: @ouvirak