Viral Tea Among Top 20 News Websites In Kenya- Feedspot Ranking
Viral Tea enjoys great company among other major Kenyan news websites such as NTV, Nation, TUKO.co.ke, Kenyans.co.ke, Citizen Digital, People Daily, and Pulse Kenya among others which featured in the top 20 list.
Viral Tea, Kenya's fastest-growing news website since the 2020s, achieved another significant milestone in its three-year existence by being ranked among Feedspot's top 20 news blogs and websites in Kenyan politics.
The Founder of Feedspot, Anuj Agarwal in an email addressed to Viral Tea personally congratulated the 'Viral Team' for their outstanding contribution to next-generation online journalism amidst the rise of the Generation Z era.
"I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Viral Tea Ke has been selected by our panellists as one of the Top 25 Kenya Politics Blogs on the web," wrote Anuj in part.
"I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 25 Kenya Politics Blogs on the internet and I'm honored to have you as part of this!
A graphic of Viral Tea Ke website. /VIRAL TEA KE
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The best Kenya Politics blogs, according to Feedspot, feature thousands of blogs on the web and are ranked by traffic, social media followers & freshness.
Feedspot curates content from various websites and podcasts. It boasts an impressive collection of over 250,000 websites and podcasts listed on its site.
With more than 120 million users visiting Feedspot lists and over 30 million users directed to publishers’ websites from these lists, it has become a reliable source for discovering quality content on the web.
Rankings are based on traffic, relevancy, posting frequency, social media followers, engagement, domain authority, site age and Alexa web traffic rankings.
Though ranked 14th, Viral Tea enjoys great company among other major Kenyan news websites such as NTV, Nation, TUKO.co.ke, Kenyans.co.ke, Citizen Digital, People Daily, and Pulse Kenya among others which featured in the top 20 list.
Viral Tea writes original news and informative articles covering local news, politics, entertainment, business and sports as well as unique features curated to satisfy the needs of the general public, especially the youth.
Demographics from Google Analytics and Similarweb among others indicate that Viral Tea is among the most-preferred news websites among users aged 18-39 who consume content in real-time, without having to wait for prime-time news bulletins.
In September 2023, Viral Tea became the first digital native media house in Kenya to have a segment dedicated exclusively to aviation, and from this, it has broken major aviation news as well as provided evergreen content regarding how aircraft systems work, and how helicopters are used during events among others, particularly those that have caught the eye of Kenyans.
Our articles have moreover been published in easy-to-understand language and details derived from research via respected aviation news websites and the internet and catchy enough for our readers to consume as much information as possible and be 'in-the-know' about aeroplanes, or as we like to call it, to #NeverMissAStory.
Projects such as Spill The Tea weekly newsletter available exclusively on LinkedIn and collaborative storytelling projects such as the #KenyaWomenSeries affirmed the digital media house's true testament to deliver high-value content that is creative enough to maintain the loyalty of its current fans and attract new followers.
In 2023, Viral Tea was ranked second-best among 14 online media platforms nominated for the awards in the 'Online Media of The Year' category during the Pride of Kenya Awards (POKA).
"Coming second in itself is still a major milestone for us, even though we were unable to secure victory. It just shows how Kenyans are now recognising the hard work and innovation that we've put in to get Viral Tea to where it is now, a very fast-growing digital native media house in the three-year-old decade," commented Viral Tea's founder and editor-in-chief, Marvin Chege on the achievement.