The most awesome collection of various research bits for the aspiring Digital Marketer in The Middle East

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Population in Middle East
Internet Penetration & Usage
Social Media Penetration & Usage
Mobile Penetration & Usage
Digital Advertising Trends
eCommerce in Middle East
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  • Country/Series-specific Notes  Algeria: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2011Primary domestic currency: Algerian dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Bahrain: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical Office. For data prior to 1990, the source is IFS - International Financial StatisticsLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Bahrain dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Djibouti: Population (Persons)Source: Official population data are not available. Data prior to 1993 are taken from the World Bank World Development Indicators; other data are from U.N. sources, 2009.Latest actual data: 2009. A census was conducted in 2009.Primary domestic currency: Djibouti francsData last updated: 08/2012Egypt: Population (Persons)Source: Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)Latest actual data: 2009/10Primary domestic currency: Egyptian poundsData last updated: 09/2012Islamic Republic of Iran: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Iranian rialsData last updated: 09/2012Iraq: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2004Primary domestic currency: Iraqi Dinar (ID)Data last updated: 09/2012Jordan: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Jordanian dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Kuwait: Population (Persons)Source: Ministry of Planning, Central Statistical Office, and Civil Information AuthorityLatest actual data: 2011Primary domestic currency: Kuwaiti dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Lebanon: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical Office. Also: IMF staff.Latest actual data: 2007. The 2007 households living conditions was the latest official survey. An update for 2010 is currently conducted.Primary domestic currency: Lebanese poundsData last updated: 09/2012Libya: Population (Persons)Source: World Bank. World Development IndicatorsLatest actual data: 2008Primary domestic currency: Libyan dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Mauritania: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2009Primary domestic currency: Mauritanian ouguiyasData last updated: 09/2012Morocco: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2011Primary domestic currency: Moroccan dirhamsData last updated: 09/2012Oman: Population (Persons)Source: Ministry of Economy. For data prior to 1990, the source is IFS - International Financial Statistics.Latest actual data: 2008Primary domestic currency: Rials OmaniData last updated: 09/2012Qatar: Population (Persons)Source: IMF Staff. Qatar Statistics AuthorityLatest actual data: 2011Primary domestic currency: Qatar riyalsData last updated: 09/2012Saudi Arabia: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical Office. Central Department of Statistics, Ministry of Economy and Planning. Published by the Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency.Latest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Saudi Arabian riyalsData last updated: 09/2012Sudan: Population (Persons)Source: United Nations Population Division of Department of Economic and Social Affairs, World Bank, and Central Bureau of Statistics, Sudan .Latest actual data: 2006Primary domestic currency: Sudanese Pound.Data last updated: 09/2012Syria: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Syrian poundsData last updated: 02/2012Tunisia: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Tunisian dinarsData last updated: 09/2012United Arab Emirates: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2009Primary domestic currency: U.A.E. dirhamsData last updated: 09/2012Yemen: Population (Persons)Source: IMF StaffLatest actual data: 2008Primary domestic currency: Yemeni rialsData last updated: 09/2012
  • Country/Series-specific Notes  Algeria: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2011Primary domestic currency: Algerian dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Bahrain: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical Office. For data prior to 1990, the source is IFS - International Financial StatisticsLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Bahrain dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Djibouti: Population (Persons)Source: Official population data are not available. Data prior to 1993 are taken from the World Bank World Development Indicators; other data are from U.N. sources, 2009.Latest actual data: 2009. A census was conducted in 2009.Primary domestic currency: Djibouti francsData last updated: 08/2012Egypt: Population (Persons)Source: Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)Latest actual data: 2009/10Primary domestic currency: Egyptian poundsData last updated: 09/2012Islamic Republic of Iran: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Iranian rialsData last updated: 09/2012Iraq: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2004Primary domestic currency: Iraqi Dinar (ID)Data last updated: 09/2012Jordan: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Jordanian dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Kuwait: Population (Persons)Source: Ministry of Planning, Central Statistical Office, and Civil Information AuthorityLatest actual data: 2011Primary domestic currency: Kuwaiti dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Lebanon: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical Office. Also: IMF staff.Latest actual data: 2007. The 2007 households living conditions was the latest official survey. An update for 2010 is currently conducted.Primary domestic currency: Lebanese poundsData last updated: 09/2012Libya: Population (Persons)Source: World Bank. World Development IndicatorsLatest actual data: 2008Primary domestic currency: Libyan dinarsData last updated: 09/2012Mauritania: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2009Primary domestic currency: Mauritanian ouguiyasData last updated: 09/2012Morocco: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2011Primary domestic currency: Moroccan dirhamsData last updated: 09/2012Oman: Population (Persons)Source: Ministry of Economy. For data prior to 1990, the source is IFS - International Financial Statistics.Latest actual data: 2008Primary domestic currency: Rials OmaniData last updated: 09/2012Qatar: Population (Persons)Source: IMF Staff. Qatar Statistics AuthorityLatest actual data: 2011Primary domestic currency: Qatar riyalsData last updated: 09/2012Saudi Arabia: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical Office. Central Department of Statistics, Ministry of Economy and Planning. Published by the Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency.Latest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Saudi Arabian riyalsData last updated: 09/2012Sudan: Population (Persons)Source: United Nations Population Division of Department of Economic and Social Affairs, World Bank, and Central Bureau of Statistics, Sudan .Latest actual data: 2006Primary domestic currency: Sudanese Pound.Data last updated: 09/2012Syria: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Syrian poundsData last updated: 02/2012Tunisia: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2010Primary domestic currency: Tunisian dinarsData last updated: 09/2012United Arab Emirates: Population (Persons)Source: National Statistical OfficeLatest actual data: 2009Primary domestic currency: U.A.E. dirhamsData last updated: 09/2012Yemen: Population (Persons)Source: IMF StaffLatest actual data: 2008Primary domestic currency: Yemeni rialsData last updated: 09/2012
  • The most awesome collection of various research bits for the aspiring Digital Marketer in The Middle East

    1. 1. .me The most awesome collection of various research bits for the aspiring Digital Marketer in The Middle East Last Updated: August 2013 .meMohit Jain www.digitalks.me Twitter: @mohitdxb COMPILED BY:
    2. 2. .me Trying to build your next winning “Digital Marketing” strategy for yourself, your brand or your client requires understanding the complete market landscape through research that requires a lot of time & efforts. To help you get started, we’ve collected most important bits of research done within Middle East region by various research organizations around various Digital Channels and compiled together in this presentation so you can get straight to the point rather than searching for it.
    3. 3. .me What’s Inside • Population in Middle East • Internet Penetration & Usage • Social Media Penetration & Usage • Mobile Penetration & Usage • Digital Advertising Trends • eCommerce in Middle East • Popular Infographics
    4. 4. .me POPULATION IN MIDDLE EAST
    5. 5. .me Population in various Middle East Countries International Monetary Fund World Economic Outlook Database, April 2013 http://bit.ly/18zh3dp 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Djibouti Bahrain Qatar Oman Mauritania Kuwait Lebanon United Arab Emirates Libya Jordan Tunisia Yemen Saudi Arabia Morocco Afghanistan Sudan Iraq Algeria Iran Egypt Population in Millions
    6. 6. .me Population in various Middle East Countries (2011 to 2018 estimated, in millions) International Monetary Fund World Economic Outlook Database, April 2013 http://bit.ly/18zh3dp Country 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Afghanistan 31.084 32.017 32.977 33.967 34.986 36.035 37.116 38.230 Algeria 35.954 36.494 37.041 37.597 38.161 38.733 39.314 39.904 Bahrain 1.129 1.151 1.174 1.198 1.222 1.246 1.271 1.296 Djibouti 0.865 0.889 0.914 0.939 0.966 0.993 1.020 1.049 Egypt 80.400 82.500 84.150 85.833 87.550 89.301 91.533 93.821 Iran 75.150 76.117 77.097 78.089 79.093 80.111 81.142 82.186 Iraq 32.665 33.703 34.776 35.871 36.977 38.090 39.212 40.348 Jordan 6.253 6.397 6.544 6.694 6.848 7.005 7.166 7.331 Kuwait 3.682 3.785 3.890 3.999 4.110 4.225 4.342 4.463 Lebanon 3.958 4.010 4.062 4.115 4.168 4.222 4.277 4.333 Libya 6.295 6.411 6.529 6.649 6.771 6.895 7.022 7.151 Mauritania 3.543 3.628 3.715 3.804 3.896 3.989 4.085 4.183 Morocco 32.187 32.522 32.853 33.179 33.503 33.827 34.150 34.473 Oman 2.993 3.088 3.186 3.288 3.394 3.495 3.599 3.708 Qatar 1.768 1.839 1.912 1.989 2.068 2.151 2.237 2.327 Saudi Arabia 28.370 28.994 29.632 30.254 30.859 31.477 32.106 32.748 Sudan 32.661 33.510 34.382 35.276 36.193 37.134 38.099 39.090 Tunisia 10.674 10.778 10.918 11.060 11.203 11.349 11.496 11.646 United Arab Emirates 5.375 5.536 5.702 5.873 6.049 6.218 6.393 6.572 Yemen 25.130 25.884 26.660 27.460 28.284 29.132 29.977 30.816
    7. 7. .me Population in various Middle East Countries The World Bank Countries and Economies Data http://bit.ly/15uwJ6M 1 2 3 3 4 6 6 9 11 24 28 33 33 37 38 76 81 0 20 40 60 80 100 Bahrain Qatar Kuwait Oman Lebanon Libya Jordan United Arab Emirates Tunisia Yemen Saudi Arabia Morocco Iraq Sudan Algeria Iran Egypt Population in Millions
    8. 8. .me INTERNET PENETRATION & USAGE
    9. 9. .me MENA Internet Penetration Ipsos ArabNet Presentation Beirut 2013 Slide 9 http://slidesha.re/14lsEvz
    10. 10. .me MENA Internet Population Vs. Internet Penetration Ipsos ArabNet Presentation Beirut 2013 Slide 9 http://slidesha.re/14lsEvz
    11. 11. .me Internet Users Middle East & Africa, Dec 2012 eMarketer Release Date Feb 2013 http://bit.ly/17k1DIJ
    12. 12. .me Internet penetration rate in the Middle East compared to the global internet penetration rate from 2009 to 2012 eMarketer Release Date June 2012 http://bit.ly/1fuTaYb
    13. 13. .me Internet penetration rate in the Middle East compared to the global internet penetration rate from 2009 to 2012 Internet World Stats Release Date June 2012 http://bit.ly/18y3awb
    14. 14. .me Internet Users in MENA by Access Location eMarketer Release Date Oct 2012 http://bit.ly/17k55TM
    15. 15. .me How Arabs Access the Internet Dubai School of Govt. Release Date April 2013 http://bit.ly/19cUi1a
    16. 16. .me How much time Arabs spent every day on Internet? Dubai School of Govt. Release Date April 2013 http://bit.ly/19cUi1a
    17. 17. .me When Arabs spent time online? Dubai School of Govt. Release Date April 2013 http://bit.ly/19cUi1a
    18. 18. .me SOCIAL MEDIA PENETRATION & USAGE
    19. 19. .me Leading social networks worldwide as of July 2013, ranked by number of registered users Various Sources Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17zMPYR
    20. 20. .me Number of social network users in the Middle East and Africa from 2011 to 2017 eMarketer Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/1fuTaYb
    21. 21. .me Penetration of Social Networks Ipsos ArabNet Presentation Beirut 2013 Slide 13 http://bitly.com/14lsEvz
    22. 22. .me Social Network Users and Penetration in Middle East & Africa, 2010-2014 eMarketer Release Date Aug 2012 http://bit.ly/15thCKS
    23. 23. .me Penetration of Social Media Sites in Select Arab Countries - March 2013 (% of population) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/15QIodA
    24. 24. .me Facebook in Arab World: A Snapshot Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/1e83XcU • The total number of Facebook users in the Arab world as of end of May 2013 is 54,552,875 up from 45,194,452 in June 2012. • By May 2013 the country average for Facebook penetration in the Arab region was over 19% up from 12% in June 2012 • The percentage of female users has remained static (at 33.4% in May 2013), having fluctuated slightly between 33.4% and 34% in the past two years. This is still significantly lower than the global average of roughly 50% • The percentage of youth users has decreased slightly due to slow and steady uptake amongst users aged 30 and above. As of May 2013 the percentage of users below the age of 30 was 68%. • The UAE continues to have the highest Facebook penetration rate in the region with Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar and Tunisia trailing behind. • Egypt continues to constitute more than one quarter of all Facebook users in the region and has had the highest number of new Facebook users since January 2013 with an increase of over 1.5 million users.
    25. 25. .me Facebook User Growth - Middle East & World eMarketer Release Date April 2013 http://bit.ly/15QICBn
    26. 26. .me Facebook Users and Penetration in Middle East & Africa, 2010-2014 eMarketer Release Date Aug 2012 http://bit.ly/15thCKS
    27. 27. .me Number of Facebook Users in the Arab Region between June 2010 and May 2013 Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    28. 28. .me Facebook User Penetration in the Arab Region (May 2013) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    29. 29. .me Number of Facebook Users and Percentage of Users in the Arab Region (May 2013) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    30. 30. .me Breakdown of Facebook Users by Age in the Arab States Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    31. 31. .me Breakdown of Facebook Users by Gender in the Arab States Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    32. 32. .me Language Interface Preference for Facebook Users (2013) % of total FB users Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    33. 33. .me Twitter in Arab World: A Snapshot Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/18m9isl • Total number of active Twitter users in the Arab world reached 3,766,160 users as of March 2013. • The country with the highest number of active twitter users is Saudi Arabia with 1.9 million users which accounts for over half of all active twitter users in the Arab region. • The estimated number of tweets produced by twitter users in the Arab world in March 2013 was 335,792,000 tweets or 10,832,000 tweets per day. • Saudi Arabia alone, produced almost half (47%) of all tweets in the Arab world, while Egypt produced 12% and the UAE produced 11%.
    34. 34. .me Active Twitter Users in the Arab Region (March 2013) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    35. 35. .me No. of Tweets in the Arab region (March 2013) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    36. 36. .me Breakdown of Tweets in the Arab Region (during March 2013) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    37. 37. .me Percentage of Tweets in the Arab Region by Language (March 2012 and March 2013) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bit.ly/17k7w8M
    38. 38. .me Active Twitter Penetration in Middle East Q4-2012 eMarketer Release Date Feb 2013 http://bit.ly/1a1n5Xj
    39. 39. .me Share of Tweets in Middle East by Country March 2012 eMarketer Release Date July 2012 http://bit.ly/1a1n5Xj
    40. 40. .me YouTube Users in Total Internet Population, 2012 Booz & Company Page 10 http://bit.ly/1a1ndGl
    41. 41. .me LinkedIn in Arab World: A Snapshot Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bitly.com/15QIodA • The total number of LinkedIn users in the Arab world stand at 4,716,515 as of May 2013. This is up from 4,294,484 in June 2012. • As of May 2013, the average LinkedIn penetration amongst Arab countries was about 6% up from 2% in June 2012. • As with Facebook, the ratio of female to male LinkedIn users in the Arab world is well below the global average. As of May 2013 female LinkedIn users constitute about 26% of LinkedIn users. This is down from 28% in June 2012. • Users below the age of 35 still constitute the majority of LinkedIn users in the region. As of May 2013 60% of LinkedIn users were between the ages of 18-35. • Oman has shown a significant shift in its age demographics since last year with 69% of users now above the age of 35 up from only 11% in June 2012.
    42. 42. .me LinkedIn penetration in selected Middle Eastern and North African countries as of June 2012 Econsultancy June 2012 http://bit.ly/1aeyIxU
    43. 43. .me Number of LinkedIn Users in the Arab Region (Jan - May 2013) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bitly.com/15QIodA
    44. 44. .me LinkedIn Penetration - May 2013 (% of population) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bitly.com/15QIodA
    45. 45. .me Demographic Breakdown of LinkedIn Users in Select Arab Countries (May 2013) Dubai School of Govt. Release Date June 2013 http://bitly.com/15QIodA
    46. 46. .me MOBILE PENETRATION & USAGE
    47. 47. .me Smartphone Penetration – KSA Vs. UAE Think Insights from Google Last Updated: Feb 2013 http://bit.ly/17vfnoi
    48. 48. .me Feature phone shipments in the Middle East and Africa from 2008 to 2020 Jefferies & Company Release Date Sep 2011 http://bit.ly/17FuBZB
    49. 49. .me Number of mobile connections in Middle East from 2007 to 2015 Latin American Mobile Observatory 2011, page 5 http://bit.ly/1czrQsk
    50. 50. .me Number of mobile broadband connections in Middle East from 2005 to 2015 Latin American Mobile Observatory 2011, page 22 http://bit.ly/1czrQsk
    51. 51. .me 4G mobile device shipments in Middle East and Africa from 2011 to 2020 Jefferies & Company Release Date Sep 2011 http://bit.ly/14lwYuK
    52. 52. .me Number of 3G mobile subscribers in the Middle East and Africa from 2008 to 2020 Jefferies & Company Release Date Sep 2011 http://bit.ly/18maMmB
    53. 53. .me Number of mobile subscribers in the Middle East and Africa from 2008 to 2020 Jefferies & Company Release Date Sep 2011 http://bit.ly/19cWQfz
    54. 54. .me Mobile wireless penetration in the Middle East and Africa from 2008 to 2020 Jefferies & Company Release Date Sep 2011 http://bit.ly/19cWQfz
    55. 55. .me Distribution of cell phone shipments in the Middle East and Africa from 2008 to 2020, by device type Jefferies & Company Release Date Sep 2011 http://bit.ly/19cWQfz
    56. 56. .me Number of High-Speed Mobile Broadband Subscribers in Middle East PWC - Touching lives through mobile health, page 8 Release Date Feb 2012 http://bit.ly/1dAZdOk In millions
    57. 57. .me Most Popular Handsets in UAE – All Networks TRA Q2-2013 Report Release Date Aug 2013 http://bit.ly/1dAZj8J
    58. 58. .me DIGITAL ADVERTISING TRENDS
    59. 59. .me Daily Time Spent on Media in MENA, July 2012 eMarketer Release Date Oct 2012 http://bitly.com/17k55TM
    60. 60. .me Monthly Reach of Content in various Categories Ipsos ArabNet Presentation Dubai 2013 Slide 20 http://slidesha.re/173HYQL
    61. 61. .me Time Spent on Internet and Other Channels Understanding the Arab Digital Generation Booz & Company Page 11 http://bitly.com/1a1ndGl
    62. 62. .me Number of Access Devices Used by Arab Digital Generation Understanding the Arab Digital Generation Booz & Company Page 13 http://bitly.com/1a1ndGl
    63. 63. .me How & Where Arabs Access the Internet Understanding the Arab Digital Generation Booz & Company Page 15 http://bitly.com/1a1ndGl
    64. 64. .me Market share of .ae registrars in the UAE TRA Release Date Aug 2013 http://bit.ly/1aeAcIt
    65. 65. .me eCOMMERCE IN MIDDLE EAST
    66. 66. .me B2C Ecommerce Sales in Middle East & Africa 2010-2016 http://bit.ly/18mc3Kn
    67. 67. .me B2C eCommerce Sales Growth http://bit.ly/1e886ha
    68. 68. .me Reasons to Avoid Online Purchases by Arabs Understanding the Arab Digital Generation Booz & Company Page 27 http://bitly.com/1a1ndGl
    69. 69. .me Products Bought Online by Arabs in Last 12 Months Understanding the Arab Digital Generation Booz & Company Page 29 http://bitly.com/1a1ndGl
    70. 70. .me POPULAR INFO GRAPHICS
    71. 71. .me How well are companies in the Middle East using social media? Bayt.com For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/15tlbkg
    72. 72. .me Twitter: Active users in Arab countries Arab Social Media Report For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/1dIHqG5
    73. 73. .me Twitter: Active users in Arab countries Global Web Index For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/1dIHIwo
    74. 74. .me Mobile Content Consumption in MENA Glimpse of Mobile Content Consumption in MENA partnership with Effective Measure For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/17kfFtM
    75. 75. .me How the Arab Digital Generation Uses Technology Booz & Company For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/15tlTxK
    76. 76. .me Internet Usage in the Middle East Go-Gulf.com For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/1e89yQo
    77. 77. .me Middle East Internet Habits MintTwist For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/15tm0cC
    78. 78. .me Middle East Internet Habits Go-Gulf.com For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/14e9Rr5
    79. 79. .me Middle East Internet Habits Go-Gulf.com For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/17zRZ79
    80. 80. .me Facebook in the Middle East and North Africa at the end of 2012 Social Bakers For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/1e89RuG
    81. 81. .me Twitter: The Fastest Growing Social Platform, Q4 2012 Global Web Index For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/1dIICZQ
    82. 82. .me The State of Social Media in Saudi Arabia 2012 The Social Clinic For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/173JL8j
    83. 83. .me A Glimpse of Mobile Usage in UAE Mobile usage in UAE researched by Google For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/14lzIbq
    84. 84. .me A Glimpse of Mobile Usage in KSA Mobile usage in KSA researched by Google For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/1a1r1aM
    85. 85. .me A Glimpse of Mobile Usage in Egypt Mobile usage in Egypt researched by Google For full report, visit: http://bit.ly/1dB1Y2c
    86. 86. .me Comments? mohit@digitalks.me Twitter: @mohitdxb LinkedIn: mohitdxb Google+ DigiTalks.me is a blog started by Mohit Jain to share his passion & knowledge about Digital Marketing with like-minded folks in Middle East & across The World. DigiTalks.me covers topics such as latest Digital campaigns by leading brands in the region, Social Media, E- commerce & Digital Analytics, Tools, Tips & Tricks, How to Information and more. If you would like to contribute to this presentation, then please drop a note.
    87. 87. .me The most awesome collection of various research bits for the aspiring Digital Marketer in The Middle East Last Updated: August 2013 .meMohit Jain www.digitalks.me Twitter: @mohitdxb COMPILED BY:

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