Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been featured in the list of 30 most influential people on the internet by Time Magazine. The list of 30 most influential peoples has been published by the Time Magazine. US President Barack Obama is also in the list.
The list of 30 most influential peoples on the internet is based on the activities on social media , fan followings, website traffic and overall ability to drive news.
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The Indian premier Narendra Modi has around 38 million followers on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook which put them ahead of any other leaders except barack obama.
Authors like British author of harry page series JK Rowling and singers Taylor Swift and Beyonce is also in the list of influential peoples on the internet.
Modi has used the social media over unconventional way to convey and communicate with the peoples. He made the announcement on twitter about the Obama’s Visit to India as chief guest on republic day of India celebration.
US President Barack Obama is the most liked world leader on facebook and most followed on twitter according to the Time Magazine.
The list also includes reality star Kim Kardashian, singer Justin Beiber, actress Gwyneth Paltrow, Chinese actress Yao Chen, singer Shakira, photographer behind the hugely popular blog Humans of New York Brandon Stanton and TV personality Jimmy Fallon.
Here is the list of 30 most influential peoples on internet according to the Time Magazine. The list is not in order
Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg alias PewDiePie (Swedish video gamer and utube personality)
The Jester (Anonymous hacktivist responsible for taking down websites run by ISIS and Westboro Baptist Church)
Nash Grier (Famous for his comedic Vine videos and highest number of followers)
Joy Cho (Blogger and Pinterest user “Oh Joy”)
Janet Mock (Transgender writer and activist)
Ta-Nehisi Coates (Writer and formerly a journalist at TIME)
Grace Helbig (YouTube sensation)
Vani Hari (Food blogger)
Tyler Oakley (YouTube star turned reporter and LGBT Activist)
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (Argentinian President)
Matt Drudge (Founder of Drudge Report)
Yao Chen (Chinese actress and blogger)
Bethany Mota (Fashion and beauty blogger)
Alexei Navalny (Russian blogger and whistleblower)
Brittany Furlan (Most famous female Vine user)
Denny Januar Ali (Indonesian political analyst)
Anita Sarkeesian (Blogger who famously criticised the gaming industry of sexism)
Josh Ostrovsky (“The Fat Jew” sensation across Instagram, Facebook and Twitter)
Brandon Stanton (Humans of New York blogger)
Narendra Modi (Indian Prime Minister)
Caitlin McNeill (Scotish musician behind “The Dress”)