Top 10 Tech CEOs and Personalities Who Create the Most Online Buzz

The world is ruled by entrepreneurs! Every modern conglomerate that changed the world produced an entrepreneur at work. In our increasingly digital realities, the majority of the hustle and bustle surrounding an entrepreneur and his work is now produced online.

A new survey identifies the most talked about entrepreneurs in the previous 12 months, from September 2020 to August 2021. MoneyTransfers used Buzzsumo to analyse content published in the previous year to determine which entrepreneur generated the most online buzz.

Elon Musk 

The Internet is raging, from his satirical tweets to bizarre inventions led by Elon Musk, co-founder of SpaceX and Tesla.

Jeff Bezos 

With 142,862 online articles mentioning the e-commerce tycoon in the previous year, the e-commerce tycoon was always trailing Elon Musk, Amazon, and Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos. Bezos launched an internet corporation last week with the goal of overcoming ageing and finding a cure for death. Elon Musk’s reaction to this investment fueled the fire.

Bill Gates

Isn’t it also predictable? We’re both in agreement. Nonetheless, in terms of online spirits over the last year, Microsoft’s original contractor and cofounder ranked third. From 2020 to 2021, Gates was mentioned in 84,262 internet articles. Gates’ highly publicised divorce from Melinda Gates, his long-term wife, may have contributed to the man’s seemingly limitless online fame.

Warren Buffett

Do not scrape your brow. Scraping is not permitted. Warren Buffet is well-known for more than his wealth. The 91-year-old philanthropist and businessman is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, a conglomerate of 60 major corporations including Dairy Queen and Duracell.

Mark Zuckerberg 

Phew! Last year, the social media and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s media demi-group was very promising, primarily for the purposes of privacy issues such as WhatsApp and Instagram.

Richard Branson 

Everyone enjoys a little Branson! The milliardaire is the third wealthy American to compete in the so-called Millionaire Space Race, following Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos.

Mukesh Ambani.

Mukesh Ambani, India’s wealth poster child, is also the largest shareholder in Reliance Industries, the country’s most valuable company.

Jack Dorsey 

What is an entrepreneurial list without Twitter founder Jack Dorsey? Dorsey is still a household name on the lower end of the social media business enterprises spectrum, thanks to his Twitter platform.

Jack Ma

Jack Ma is the world’s favourite Chinese entrepreneur. He despises him greatly in his own country. Indeed, China recently barred Alibaba’s founder from launching Ant, the world’s largest IPO.

Sundar Pichai 

They claim that Sundar Pichai is no exception. It is never the case that the last is the least. Google’s Indian CEO was ranked tenth among entrepreneurs who spoke the most about it. Pichai is regarded as the favourite internet browser, and he is credited with transforming Google’s cloud-first strategy by standardising Google Chrome.


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