Ellis Ferdinand makes ‘2021 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers’ Ranking List

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Ellis Ferdinand makes ‘2021 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers’ Ranking List

Ghanaian Education Blogger and Journalist at Summer 106.9 FM in Accra, Ellis Ferdinand has been named among the Top 50 Gnanaiuan bloggers for the year 2021.

The list was put together by Ghana’s leading PR and Rating Agency, Avance Media, in partnership with Woodin and Verna Natural Mineral Water.

The ranking, which came into inception in 2018, features the names behind the most read, popular and credible blogs in Ghana and highlights how individuals are contributing to digital journalism in Ghana.

The ranking was announced at an exclusive awards ceremony that hosted the Ghanaian blogging community at the San Marino Hotel in Accra on Wednesday 28th July 2021.

Speaking at the ceremony, Managing Director of Avance Media, Prince Akpah, explained the rationale behind the ranking which is focused on celebrating Ghanaian new media journalists and entrepreneurs who have created platforms to project inform, educate and entertain their followers. Also explaining the metric used in rating, he mentioned that bloggers submitted their website traffics and social media engagements and these were the figures used in rating them from 1 to 50.

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The 2021 ranking features 50 outstanding bloggers who own and run the top 50 blogs in Ghana.

At the event, Rashad Kojo Emmanuel, editor of www.ghpage.com was adjudged the best Ghanaian bloggers a position the blog has maintained for the past 3 rankings. Following him closely were bloggers, Chris Handler (ghbase.com), Felix Adomako Mensah (zionfelix.com), Dennis Dwomoh (thedistin.com) and Sheperd Yaw Mortey (mfidie.com).

Ellis Ferdinand has retained his position as the only Education Blogger to make the list since its inception in 2018.

Ellis Ferdinand in 2019, was adjudged the Most Promising West African Blogger of the year

Ghanaian female blogger, Ohemaa Candace (ghsplash.com) also retained her position as the first female blogger in Ghana.

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On social media, Zionfelix retains the position as the most followed blogger on Instagram, GhPage.com leads on Facebook and has the most subscribed channel on YouTube and Ameyaw Debrah retains his position as the most followed blogger on Twitter.

Below is the official ranking of Avance Media’s 2021 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers Ranking

  1. Rashad Kojo Emmanuel – ghpage.com
  2. Chris Handler – ghbase.com
  3. Felix Adomako Mensah – zionfelix.net
  4. Dennis Dwomoh – thedistin.com
  5. Shepherd Yaw Morttey – mfidie.com
  6. Shadrach J. Annang – eventlabgh.com
  7. Ameyaw Debrah – ameyawdebrah.com
  8. Jonathan Appiah-Adu – nanansem.com
  9. Cobby Collins – bestshowbiz.com
  10. Isaac Yawson-Brown – browngh.com
  11. Kwadwo Sheldon – kwadwosheldon.com
  12. Kofi Cephas – ghgossip.com
  13. Isaac Annor – nsemwokrom.com
  14. Clement A. Yeboah – gossips24.com
  15. Prince Fiifi Cudjoe – ghanandwom.net
  16. Neldrick K. Sackey – sarkcessfulvision.net
  17. Nana A. Tamakloe – fashionghana.com
  18. Barimah A. Samuel – entamoty.net
  19. Eugene Osafo-Nkansah – nkonkonsa.com
  20. Augustus K. Kyei – kobbykyeinews.com
  21. Chris-Vincent Agyapong – ghanacelebrities.com
  22. Ohemaa Candace – ghsplash.com
  23. Isaac Aidoo – ghkwaku.com
  24. Gideon Fiifi Nyamekye – kickgh.com
  25. Stephen Zoure – mynewsgh.com
  1. Samuel Kumah – sammykaymedia.com
  2. Eugene Nyavor – ghlinks.com.gh
  3. Samuel Amadotor – dklassgh.net
  4. Stephen T. Charway – gharticles.com
  5. John-Bunya Klutse – jbklutse.com
  6. Ebenezer Donkoh – nydjlive.com
  7. Gideon K. Baiden – eonlinegh.com
  8. Bra Banie – christianvibesgh.com
  9. Kingsley A. Odrey – ghanashowbiz.com
  10. Elorm Beenie – beeniewords.com
  11. Jagbesie Suliah Jibriel – ghkasa.com
  12. Abraham O. Lamptey – odarteyghnews.com
  13. Juliana Ntiamoah – hello-gh.com
  14. Charles Wundengba – wundef.com
  15. Sellas Manna – worshippersgh.com
  16. Edward Blagogee – blagogee.com
  17. Monte D. K. Collins – monteozlive.com
  18. Seth Delali Dey – tmghlive.com
  19. Dan Kwasi Prince – dailyviewgh.com
  20. Agboni N. Kelvin – coverghana.com.gh
  21. Anamoo E. Chris – ichrisgh.com
  22. David Mawuli – ghanafuo.com
  23. Ellis Ferdinand – educationghana.org
  24. Edward Asare – edwardasare.com
  25. Esther Xorlali Kugbey – xorlali.com

This year’s ranking was announced by Avance Media in partnership with Woodin, Verna Natural Mineral Water, McBerry Biscuits, WatsUp TV, San Marino Hotel, arx Studios, and ICS Africa.

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Ellis Ferdinand makes ‘2021 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers’ Ranking List
Ellis Ferdinand makes ‘2021 Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers’ Ranking List


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