Queen Rania of Jordan is using social media to promote her charitable work, meet her subjects and chat to her children. All she wants to do now is get her fridge on Twitter.
The Queen recently made headlines for getting on an ordinary commuter train. While this sudden appearance surprised Britons, the people of Jordan are far more used to publicly-accessible royalty. Their monarch, Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan, is on Twitter, Facebook and has her own YouTube channel.
Queen Rania was in Paris earlier this month to speak at Le Web, a conference that brings together some of the world’s smartest technology entrepreneurs. Though she once worked in Apple’s marketing department, Queen Rania is not someone you would expect to find alongside Chad Hurley, the co-founder and CEO of YouTube, and Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s co-founder. Read More