Indonesia - the social media capital of the world


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Indonesia is dominating social media statistics. Already home to the biggest twitter city, we look at how Indonesian's love affair with social media is evolving to include ecommerce, political campaigns, and much more.

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Indonesia - the social media capital of the world

  2. Indonesia is #3 Twitter country in the world Sending 385 tweets per second! That’s 1B or 7.5% of all tweets in June 2013 Source: Semiocast (Jul 2013), IPRA (2013)
  3. More tweets come from Jakarta than from Tokyo, London and New York! Share of public tweets geolocalized at the city level Source: Semiocast (Jul 2012)
  4. Indonesia also has the 4th largest Facebook population in the world ! Almost 20 million more users than the UK! Source: Wikipedia (2013), Alexis Gravel (2013)
  5. 4th 70% 75% Indonesia is Facebook’s fourth biggest market are aged under 25 access Facebook through their mobile v vvvvv v vv v v v v v v Source: Redwing Asia (2012)
  6. And those are not even the most interesting facts Indonesia’s internet penetration is only at 24% 62% of users* are accessing the internet using their mobile ! That means it has a higher user-to-usage ratio than most countries *Internet users in Urban Indonesia (2012) Source: Indonesia Investments (2013), eMarketer (2012), michael+yan (2012)
  7. Key Indonesia mobile statistics POPULATION g ^ N ! 247 Million INTERNET  USERS,  %  POPULATION 24% MOBILE  PHONE  PENETRATION 115% %  OF  INTERNET  POP.  ON  FACEBOOK 92.9% INTERNET  USER  GROWTH  (2010-­‐13) 163% AVERAGE  MOBILE  COST,  USD $30-40 Source: The World Bank (2012), Wikipedia, Markplus Insight (2013), Marketeers (2013), Andy Zain at mig33 (2011)
  8. Smartphone vs Feature phones Includes a vital sub-segment! 100 million mid-level, 2G & 2.5G phone users - using their feature phones to access the internet! Smartphone 23% Feature phone 77% Of all mobile phone owners: 85% own just one phone 15% own multiple phones ! Source: NIelsen (Sept 2013), IDC (Q3 2013)
  9. Handset OS and carrier: Nokia and Telkomsel MAUI 10.38% MTK / Nucleus OS 8.67% Blackberry OS 3.58% Samsung OS 3.25% Sony Ericsson OS 2.81% Apple iOS 0.89% Symbian OS 12% XL 16.29% 3 (HCPT) 8.93% Indosat 20.81% Ceria 0.02% Android 15.32% Others 12.43% Axis 5.61% Smartfren 3.80% Handset OS Telkomsel 44.55% Symbian&OS& 8.40%& Blackberry&OS& 7.37%& Android& 5.40%& Samsung&OS& 3.24%& Vodacom$ 22.20%$ Telkom$ 1.58%$ Cell$C$ 47.07%$ Nokia S40 30.22% Source: Redwing Asia (2012), GSMA (2013) Nokia&S40& 41.92%& MTN$ 29.15%$ Others& 30.76%& Handset carrier Windows&Mobile&OS& 0.90%& MTK&/&Nucleus&OS& 0.53%& iOS& 0.41%& Sony&Ericsson&OS& 0.35%& MAUI& 0.34%& LG&OS& 0.21%& Windows&CE& 0.08%& Motorola&OS& 0.03%& Linux&Smartphone&OS& 0.03%& Windows&Mobile&(PPC)& 0.02%&
  10. Mobile ads grew by 99% in 2012 In 2012: • 200 billion ad impressions over the past year • 2nd largest market for mobile ads, beaten only by the US Source: Redwing Asia (2012), InMobi (2012)
  11. Did you know... the internet grew from 2 million users in 2000 over 55 million in 2012? New social media as a tool for activism Source: Inside Indonesia (Oct 2012), tbSMITH (2009)
  12. Yet few households have internet connections Indonesia People turned to internet cafes to get connected Now, they’re turning to mobile ! Source: Gartner Inc. (2011)
  13. It’s probably because Indonesia has some of the slowest internet speeds in the world Slowest in the world for desktop internet speeds ! 9th slowest for mobile internet speeds *Google measured web page load speeds on desktop and mobile devices in 50 countries Source: Google (2012), Bloomberg (Apr 2012)
  14. Indonesia is the cheapest for ever! How mobile data plans Pre-paid handset-based subscription with 500mb of data per month: based on US$ at Purchasing Power Parity Source: ITU (2012), (2013)
  15. Indonesia is focused on getting greater connectivity Having completed the Malaysia-to-Indonesia high bandwidth optical fibre submarine system, a new Australia-Indonesia-Singapore cable has been announced. Optical fibre submarine cables in Southeast Asia Source: Deloitte (2012), IDG connect (2012)
  16. Indonesia is forecasted to have 145 million internet users by 2015 and many will use their mobiles to access the internet New social media as a tool for activism Source: Inside Indonesia (Oct 2012)
  17. Majority are instant messaging 100%# 90%# 80%# 70%# 60%# 50%# 40%# 30%# 20%# 10%# 0%# Social#messaging#apps# Instant messaging apps Voice#calls# More#than#10#?mes#a#day# Which social messaging apps do you use at least once a week? Source: On Device Research (2013) 2B3#?mes#a#day# SMS# Email# Once#a#day# Daily#
  18. Different ages are using the internet to access different things a We’re experiencing the most growth! s Source: (2012) 15-19 30-39 40+
  19. “Indonesia also got worldwide attention for politics-related discussion on social media” ! - Indonesians are using social media ! Source:, vitoadriono (2012) to make their voices heard
  20. TV has long been the primary source of media Now the internet is catching up fast! 100% TV 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% Internet Newspaper 40% Radio 30% 20% Magazine 10% 0% Source: Redwing Asia (2012) 2009 2010 2011 2012
  21. “During a live TV events, Twitter has become the second window for television. Conversations on Twitter always happened during news breaking event.” - Pitra Satvika t t Source: PT Strategi Optima via (2012) t t t t t t
  22. ! Politicians are taking social media seriously During the Gubernatorial election in Sept 2012, the now Governor of Jakarta, 
 Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo’s election campaign used social media as a platform launching flash mobs and a One Direction music video parody, forgoing the traditional “poster and campaign slogan” approach. Jokowi promotes political transparency, choosing to use Youtube to publicise plans and videos of official meetings - one budget meeting has gained 1.4m+ views. Source: IPRA (2013), (2013)
  23. ! ...and brands should learn to do so too It’s not enough to be a ‘famous’ global brand. Companies need to be able to initiate a genuine dialogue with their local audience. 1 2 Yamaha Motor Indonesia 3 Surfer Girl (a Bali-based company) 4 BlackBerry Chocolatos (an Indonesian snack brand) “The most favoured and liked brands have a strong local flavour” - Djohansyah Saleh, Weber Shandwick Indonesia *based on average influence across several social media platforms Source: Socialbakers (Dec 2012), IPRA (2013)
  24. Indonesians are using global platforms, but they’re keeping it local ! Source: solsken (2006)
  25. Social media helps create a sense of community Social activism on Twitter is not just for politics, everyone’s getting involved. ! Indonesia Berkebun coordinates volunteers to transform vacant and abandoned land all across Indonesia for planting and gardening. @IDberkebun ! Source: digitalintheround (2006)
  26. Social media can even help find a missing child! The father originally posted about his missing daughter on Facebook. Within 19 hours, there were over 3,400 mentions on Twitter. The message soon went viral on Blackberry messenger, Twitter and Facebook. Eventually a Blackberry user identified Alma, returning her to a local police station. ! Source: (2011) b
  27. At first there was an instant messaging craze, then came social networking, Instant messaging has become a multi-faceted platform - where people can chat, play games and buy things - all in one place. Source: basibanget (2009) Now there’s instant messaging 2.0
  28. WhatsApp is the most popular messenger Most popular messenger in US 46% Social messaging in Indonesia Which social messaging apps do you use at least once a week? 43%$ 37%$ 36%$ 23%$ 23%$ 20%$ 16%$ Facebook Messenger WhatsApp$ Source: On Device Research (2013) BBM$/$ Blackberry$ Chat$ Line$ Facebook$ TwiEer$ Messenger$ WeChat$ KakaoTalk$ 16%$ 15%$ Skype$ Yahoo$ Messenger$
  29. Average instant messaging apps installed: 4.2 ! Indonesians indicate friends using different apps, and apps having different features as the two biggest reasons for having multiple instant messaging apps. Source: On Device Research (2013), misspixels (2011)
  30. The power of market segments Remember this sub-segment and its 100m users? These mobile internet users purchase within social network apps using their feature phones. Smartphone 23% Feature phone 77% On mig33, their 40m users spend US$3 per month. Line made $27.4 million in sales from its sticker store in Q2 2013, and recently launched a pop-up store selling their merchandise in Jakarta. Line is a multi-platform messaging app; including Line Games, Line Sticker etc. Source: Redwing Asia (2012), (2012 & 2013)
  31. Indonesians have caught onto the sticker culture 84% 84% 74% Have used at least once 82% 69% 54% 46% 38% 37% 35% 18% USA 24% 13% Brazil Use daily 43% Indonesia Neveruse Don’t used 18% South Africa 13% China Have used And 19% of sticker-users have paid for them at least once Source: On Device Research (2013)
  32. “By the year 2020, it is estimated that over 140 million consumers will be relying on e-commerce for trade-related activities.” ! Global Indonesian Voices The next phase for the internet is eCommerce The future of eCommerce in Indonesia Source: Global Indonesian Voices (Nov 2013), Michael Dawes (2007)
  33. Netizens* prefer BBM for online shopping “People prefer messenger groups is because they’re more trusted, easy to access, simple, and sometimes they know the seller personally. Price is still the biggest factor that drives online shopping decisions.” - Enricko Lukman Preferred eCommerce channel or platform Conventional online shopping sites 20% 26.4% Social media 27% 26.6% Messenger groups e.g. BBM Online forum or classifieds sites e.g. Kaskus or Tokobagus COD or Cash on Delivery is common for these sites *Netizens are defined as people using the internet for more than 3 hours a day. Source: (Oct 2013)
  34. 60% of adults do not have bank accounts but 85% do have mobile phones Mobile eCommerce could enable Indonesians to overcome lack of security, poor intra-country connectivity and infrastructure. ! Cash is used for 99% of purchase transactions. Cash on Delivery is the next most popular payment method. ! However, online banking and mobile payments has huge potential in a country with such high mobile penetration. The Connected Archipelago Source: Deloitte (Dec 2011)
  35. Ready for mobile money 59% of mobile users in Indonesia are interested in using their mobile for payment. Asian consumers lead world into banking and buying via mobile Source: TNS Global (Dec 2011)
  36. is celebrating its 4th anniversary One of Indonesia’s biggest C2C online marketplace • 13.4m products sold last year • 686% growth in Gross Merchandise Value • Has both English and Indonesian site languages ! It’s already on the internet and will be launching its own Android app Source: techinasia (Oct 2013)
  37. 50% of Indonesia’s internet population live outside the major cities Only 6% of netizens have made purchases online Online shopping could allow citizens to overcome the physical limitations of shopping from rural areas ! Source: Deloitte (Dec 2012), Stuck In Customs (2008)
  38. Indonesians should be allowed to pay with what they already have phone credits! ! Source: Cheo70 (2009)
  39. Payment through mobile is only the beginning Ruma, a telecom enterprise, allows small shop owners to sell things like prepaid mobile minutes and life insurance through text message. Shop owners can also accept utility bill payments. Created by local entrepreneur, Aldi Haryopratomo, Ruma are currently working on an application that will notify people about job opportunities in their area. ! Source: Voice of America News (2013)
  40. Mobile will take centre stage for Indonesians “The phone and the smartphone is not just convenience or indulgence, but actually it’s a big part of a 
 day-to-day necessity." Eddy Tamboto, Boston Consulting Group, Jakarta In Indonesia, a smartphone for every budget Source: Voice of America News (Mar 2013)
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