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THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO THE LATEST CONNECTED BEHAVIOURS
DIGITAL 2023
SAINT VINCENT & THE GRENADINES
GWI STATISTA GSMA INTELLIGENCE SEMRUSH DATA.AI
PPRO OOKLA SKAI LOCOWISE SIMILARWEB
PARTNERS THAT MAKE THE GLOBAL DIGITAL REPORTS SERIES POSSIBLE
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GLOBAL OVERVIEW BOTSWANA DJIBOUTI GUINEA LESOTHO NEPAL ST. KITTS & NEVIS TAJIKISTAN
DIGITAL YEARBOOK BRAZIL DOMINICA GUINEA-BISSAU LIBERIA NETHERLANDS ST. LUCIA TANZANIA
ABKHAZIA BRITISH VIRGIN IS. DOMINICAN REP. GUYANA LIBYA NEW CALEDONIA ST. MARTIN THAILAND
AFGHANISTAN BRUNEI ECUADOR HAITI LIECHTENSTEIN NEW ZEALAND ST. PIERRE & MIQUELON TIMOR-LESTE
ÅLAND IS. BULGARIA EGYPT HONDURAS LITHUANIA NICARAGUA ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES TOGO
ALBANIA BURKINA FASO EL SALVADOR HONG KONG LUXEMBOURG NIGER SAMOA TOKELAU
ALGERIA BURUNDI EQUATORIAL GUINEA HUNGARY MACAU NIGERIA SAN MARINO TONGA
AMERICAN SAMOA CABO VERDE ERITREA ICELAND NORTH MACEDONIA NIUE SÃO TOMÉ & PRÍNCIPE TRANSNISTRIA
ANDORRA CAMBODIA ESTONIA INDIA MADAGASCAR NORFOLK IS. SAUDI ARABIA TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
ANGOLA CAMEROON ESWATINI INDONESIA MALAWI NORTHERN MARIANA IS. SENEGAL TUNISIA
ANGUILLA CANADA ETHIOPIA IRAN MALAYSIA NORWAY SERBIA TURKEY
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA CAYMAN IS. FALKLAND IS. IRAQ MALDIVES OMAN SEYCHELLES TURKMENISTAN
ARGENTINA CENTRAL AFRICAN REP. FAROE IS. IRELAND MALI PAKISTAN SIERRA LEONE TURKS & CAICOS IS.
ARMENIA CHAD FIJI ISLE OF MAN MALTA PALAU SINGAPORE TUVALU
ARUBA CHILE FINLAND ISRAEL MARSHALL IS. PALESTINE ST. MAARTEN UGANDA
AUSTRALIA CHINA FRANCE ITALY MARTINIQUE PANAMA SLOVAKIA UKRAINE
AUSTRIA CHRISTMAS IS. FRENCH GUIANA JAMAICA MAURITANIA PAPUA NEW GUINEA SLOVENIA U.A.E.
AZERBAIJAN COCOS (KEELING) IS. FRENCH POLYNESIA JAPAN MAURITIUS PARAGUAY SOLOMON IS. U.K.
BAHAMAS COLOMBIA GABON JERSEY MAYOTTE PERU SOMALIA U.S.A.
BAHRAIN COMOROS GAMBIA JORDAN MEXICO PHILIPPINES SOUTH AFRICA U.S. VIRGIN IS.
BANGLADESH DEM. REP. OF CONGO GEORGIA KAZAKHSTAN MICRONESIA PITCAIRN IS. SOUTH SUDAN URUGUAY
BARBADOS REP. OF CONGO GERMANY KENYA MOLDOVA POLAND SPAIN UZBEKISTAN
BELARUS COOK IS. GHANA KIRIBATI MONACO PORTUGAL SRI LANKA VANUATU
BELGIUM COSTA RICA GIBRALTAR NORTH KOREA MONGOLIA PUERTO RICO SUDAN VATICAN
BELIZE CÔTE D’IVOIRE GREECE SOUTH KOREA MONTENEGRO QATAR SURINAME VENEZUELA
BENIN CROATIA GREENLAND KOSOVO MONTSERRAT RÉUNION SVALBARD & JAN MAYEN VIETNAM
BERMUDA CUBA GRENADA KUWAIT MOROCCO ROMANIA SWAZILAND WALLIS & FUTUNA
BHUTAN CURAÇAO GUADELOUPE KYRGYZSTAN MOZAMBIQUE RUSSIAN FEDERATION SWEDEN WESTERN SAHARA
BOLIVIA CYPRUS GUAM LAOS MYANMAR RWANDA SWITZERLAND YEMEN
BONAIRE, ST. EUSTATIUS & SABA CZECHIA GUATEMALA LATVIA NAMIBIA ST. BARTHÉLEMY SYRIA ZAMBIA
BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA DENMARK GUERNSEY LEBANON NAURU ST. HELENA TAIWAN ZIMBABWE
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IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA
The findings published in this report use the latest
data available at the time of production. This may
include revised figures for historical data points that
were not available when we produced previous
reports in the Global Digital Reports series. From
time to time, we may also change the data sources
that we use to inform specific data points, and we
may also change how we calculate certain values.
Similarly, our data partners may change the ways in
which they source, calculate, or report the data that
they share with us. As a result, findings published
in this report may not correlate with findings
published in our previous reports, especially where
suchfindingsrepresentchangeovertime(e.g.annual
growth). Where we report figures for change over
time, such figures will use the latest available data,
so we recommend using the values published
in this report, rather than trying to recalculate
such values using data from previous reports.
Wherever we’re aware of the potential for historical
mismatches, we’ve included a note on comparability
in the footnotes of each relevant slide. Please read
these advisories carefully to understand how data
sourcesorcalculationshavechangedsinceprevious
reports, and beware of making any comparisons
with historical data. Where we report values for
change over time as “[N/A]”, the most recent data
do not correlate with the equivalent data point(s)
published in our previous reports, so we strongly
advise readers not to compare the associated
current figures with the equivalents published in
previous reports. In particular, the social media
platforms featured in this report regularly revise the
figures that they report for advertising reach, and
this may result in the latest numbers appearing to
be lower than the values for the same data points
published in previous reports in this series. However,
these source data revisions do not necessarily
imply any change in the overall active use of these
platforms, and should not be interpreted as such.
Furthermore, in addition to changes in data sources
and calculations, please note that social media user
numbers may not represent unique individuals.
This is because some individuals may manage
multiple social media accounts, and because some
social media accounts may represent ‘non-human’
entities (e.g. businesses, animals, music bands, etc.).
As a result, the figures we publish for social media
users may exceed the figures that we publish for
total population or for internet users. This may seem
counter-intuitive,butsuchdifferencesdonotrepresent
mistakes. For more information, please read our
notes on data variance, mismatches, and curiosities:
https://datareportal.com/notes-on-data.
GLOBAL HEADLINES
7
8.01 8.46 5.16 4.76
BILLION BILLION BILLION BILLION
+0.8% +2.2% +1.9% +3.0%
+67 MILLION +180 MILLION +98 MILLION +137 MILLION
57.2% 105.6% 64.4% 59.4%
TOTAL
POPULATION
CELLULAR MOBILE
CONNECTIONS
INTERNET
USERS
ACTIVE SOCIAL
MEDIA USERS
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
URBANISATION TOTAL vs. POPULATION TOTAL vs. POPULATION TOTAL vs. POPULATION
SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; GOVERNMENT BODIES; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; ITU; WORLD BANK; EUROSTAT; CNNIC; APJII; IAMAI & KANTAR; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND
EARNINGS REPORTS; OCDH; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. COMPARABILITY: SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS TO SOURCE
DATA ACROSS ALL METRICS, INCLUDING IMPORTANT REVISIONS TO UNDERLYING POPULATION DATA. FIGURES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. WHERE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IS SHOWN
AS “[N/A]”, COMPARISONS WITH HISTORICAL DATA WILL PRODUCE INACCURATE RESULTS. PLEASE READ OUR COMPREHENSIVE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
GLOBAL OVERVIEW
NOTE: SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS TO SOURCE DATA MEAN THAT FIGURES SHOWN HERE ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE THE IMPORTANT NOTES AT THE START OF THIS REPORT FOR DETAILS.
OVERVIEW OF THE ADOPTION AND USE OF CONNECTED DEVICES AND SERVICES
GLOBAL DIGITAL HEADLINES
JAN
2023
8
OCEANIA
SOUTH-EASTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
ASIA
EASTERN
ASIA
CENTRAL
ASIA
WESTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
AFRICA
MIDDLE
AFRICA
WESTERN
AFRICA
NORTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
EUROPE
NORTHERN
EUROPE
WESTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
AMERICA
CARIBBEAN
CENTRAL
AMERICA
NORTHERN
AMERICA
GLOBAL
AVERAGE
79.4%
75.6%
74.3%
47.4%
72.5%
70.6%
23.1%
27.9%
48.0%
65.9%
86.9%
88.4%
97.4%
93.5%
80.6%
68.4%
74.9%
92.0%
75.3%
64.4%
SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; WORLD BANK; GOOGLE’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; KANTAR & IAMAI; LOCAL GOVERNMENT
AUTHORITIES; UNITED NATIONS. NOTE: REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE AND BASE CHANGES. ALL FIGURES USE THE LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, BUT SOME
SOURCE DATA MAY NOT HAVE BEEN UPDATED IN THE PAST YEAR. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR DETAILS.
GLOBAL OVERVIEW
INTERNET USERS AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL POPULATION
INTERNET ADOPTION
JAN
2023
9
OCEANIA
SOUTH-EASTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
ASIA
EASTERN
ASIA
CENTRAL
ASIA
WESTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
AFRICA
MIDDLE
AFRICA
WESTERN
AFRICA
NORTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
EUROPE
NORTHERN
EUROPE
WESTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
AMERICA
CARIBBEAN
CENTRAL
AMERICA
NORTHERN
AMERICA
0.7%
10.0%
24.0%
18.5%
1.1%
0.9%
2.1%
1.1%
4.0%
3.3%
4.9%
2.6%
2.0%
3.5%
6.8%
0.6%
2.6%
6.7%
4.3%
SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; WORLD BANK; GOOGLE’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; KANTAR & IAMAI; LOCAL GOVERNMENT
AUTHORITIES; UNITED NATIONS. NOTES: FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE AND BASE CHANGES.
ALL FIGURES USE THE LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, BUT SOME SOURCE DATA MAY NOT HAVE BEEN UPDATED IN THE PAST YEAR. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR DETAILS.
GLOBAL OVERVIEW
INTERNET USERS AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL GLOBAL INTERNET USERS
SHARE OF GLOBAL INTERNET USERS
JAN
2023
10
OCEANIA
SOUTH-EASTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
ASIA
EASTERN
ASIA
CENTRAL
ASIA
WESTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
AFRICA
MIDDLE
AFRICA
WESTERN
AFRICA
NORTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
EUROPE
NORTHERN
EUROPE
WESTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
AMERICA
CARIBBEAN
CENTRAL
AMERICA
NORTHERN
AMERICA
GLOBAL
AVERAGE
62.0%
63.7%
72.0%
32.5%
27.4%
63.6%
41.3%
8.4%
7.4%
13.3%
48.8%
70.5%
76.7%
83.6%
83.3%
71.3%
50.6%
67.5%
73.9%
59.4%
SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS; CNNIC; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; OCDH. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE
INDIVIDUALS. NOTES: DOES NOT INCLUDE DATA FOR SUDAN OR SYRIA. REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE, BASE, AND METHODOLOGY CHANGES,
INCLUDING SIGNIFICANT SOURCE DATA REVISIONS AND CHANGES IN REPORTING APPROACHES. VALUES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH THOSE PUBLISHED IN PREVIOUS REPORTS. FIGURES FOR LOCAL AND
REGIONAL SOCIAL MEDIA USE RELY ON DIFFERENT DATASETS TO GLOBAL FIGURES. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
GLOBAL OVERVIEW
ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS AS A PERCENTAGE OF THE TOTAL POPULATION (NOTE: USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS)
SOCIAL MEDIA USERS vs. TOTAL POPULATION
JAN
2023
11
OCEANIA
SOUTH-EASTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
ASIA
EASTERN
ASIA
CENTRAL
ASIA
WESTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
AFRICA
MIDDLE
AFRICA
WESTERN
AFRICA
NORTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
EUROPE
NORTHERN
EUROPE
WESTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
AMERICA
CARIBBEAN
CENTRAL
AMERICA
NORTHERN
AMERICA
0.7%
10.7%
29.4%
16.1%
0.5%
4.3%
0.7%
1.0%
0.4%
1.4%
2.6%
5.0%
2.9%
2.2%
4.0%
7.7%
0.6%
3.0%
6.9%
SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS; CNNIC; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; OCDH. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE
INDIVIDUALS. NOTES: FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. DOES NOT INCLUDE DATA FOR SUDAN OR SYRIA. REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY:
SOURCE, BASE, AND METHODOLOGY CHANGES, INCLUDING SIGNIFICANT SOURCE DATA REVISIONS AND CHANGES IN REPORTING APPROACHES. VALUES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH THOSE PUBLISHED IN
PREVIOUS REPORTS. FIGURES FOR LOCAL AND REGIONAL SOCIAL MEDIA USE RELY ON DIFFERENT DATASETS TO GLOBAL FIGURES. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
GLOBAL OVERVIEW
ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS IN EACH REGION AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL GLOBAL ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
SHARE OF GLOBAL SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
JAN
2023
12
OCEANIA
SOUTH-EASTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
ASIA
EASTERN
ASIA
CENTRAL
ASIA
WESTERN
ASIA
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
AFRICA
MIDDLE
AFRICA
WESTERN
AFRICA
NORTHERN
AFRICA
EASTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
EUROPE
NORTHERN
EUROPE
WESTERN
EUROPE
SOUTHERN
AMERICA
CARIBBEAN
CENTRAL
AMERICA
NORTHERN
AMERICA
GLOBAL
AVERAGE
106%
102%
136%
120%
84%
107%
100%
179%
68%
58%
96%
101%
147%
132%
133%
127%
112%
84%
103%
112%
SOURCES: GSMA INTELLIGENCE; UNITED NATIONS. NOTE: FIGURES MAY EXCEED 100% BECAUSE SOME INDIVIDUALS MAY USE MORE THAN ONE CELLULAR CONNECTION. REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED
NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: BASE CHANGES.
GLOBAL OVERVIEW
CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS COMPARED WITH TOTAL POPULATION
MOBILE CONNECTIVITY
JAN
2023
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Last year, we emerged from the pandemic into a new online landscape. IRL and URL
life were already impossibly entangled, and much was on the horizon: metaverses in
which to while away our days, NFTs to deck the walls of digital houses, crypto wallets
for paying for goods and services in virtual malls. But this year, what was cracked has
now shattered into many segmented realities. An accurate vision of the future is now
less like looking through a telescope, more like looking through a kaleidoscope: it’s
coming through as several diverse fragments, not one single perspective.
In this fragmented space, online factions are carving out their own customs, niches,
and territories – their own marginal worlds that have the power to become the
mainstream.
On a social level, gone are the days of feeds clustered around friends and family – here
are the days of For You Pages guided by individual interests. On a cultural level, gone is
the universal watercooler chat dictated by shared popular culture – today’s agenda is
set by ever-more niche and transient corners of the internet. And on a personal level,
identities are more layered and fluid than ever before, more like an ‘avatar du jour’ than
a static understanding of self.
In the eighth issue of our annual report Think Forward, we unpick the complex and
ever-changing web of digital culture and behaviour, and explore the role brands can
play in reflecting and shaping it.
T H E T R E N D S
1. TEXTURED DISCOVERY
PEOPLE WANT SOCIAL TO BE LESS PRECISE AND MORE
EXPLORATORY
2.COLLAPSING NARRATIVES
STORYTELLING IS NO LONGER LINEAR NOR FOLLOWING
ESTABLISHED STRUCTURES
3. MARGIN-CHASERS
ON SOCIAL, EXTREME BEHAVIOUR IS SEEN AS MORE AUTHENTIC,
GAINING TRACTION AND CUTTING THROUGH
4. NEW COOPERATIVES
THE CULT OF THE INDIVIDUAL HAS GIVEN WAY TO LESS
EGO-DRIVEN COMMUNITIES
5. EXPANDING IDENTITIES
VIRTUAL WORLDS ARE MAKING ONLINE IDENTITY MORE FLEXIBLE
AND EXPANSIVE
WE ARE SOCIAL
FRAGMENTED FUTURES
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SAINT VINCENT & THE GRENADINES
17
103.8 106.1 88.1 74.6
THOUSAND THOUSAND THOUSAND THOUSAND
54.1% 102.2% 84.9% 71.8%
URBANISATION vs. POPULATION vs. POPULATION vs. POPULATION
TOTAL
POPULATION
CELLULAR MOBILE
CONNECTIONS
INTERNET
USERS
ACTIVE SOCIAL
MEDIA USERS
SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; GOVERNMENT BODIES; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; ITU; WORLD BANK; EUROSTAT; CNNIC; APJII; IAMAI & KANTAR; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND
EARNINGS REPORTS; OCDH; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. COMPARABILITY: SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS TO SOURCE
DATA, INCLUDING COMPREHENSIVE REVISIONS TO POPULATION DATA. FIGURES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. ALL FIGURES USE THE LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, BUT SOME SOURCE DATA MAY
NOT HAVE BEEN UPDATED IN THE PAST YEAR. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FULL DETAILS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
OVERVIEW OF THE ADOPTION AND USE OF CONNECTED DEVICES AND SERVICES
ESSENTIAL DIGITAL HEADLINES
NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS
JAN
2023
18
-0.3% +1.1% -0.3% [N/A]
-327 +1,125 -278 [BASE REVISIONS]
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
TOTAL
POPULATION
CELLULAR MOBILE
CONNECTIONS
INTERNET
USERS
ACTIVE SOCIAL
MEDIA USERS
SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; GOVERNMENT BODIES; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; ITU; WORLD BANK; EUROSTAT; CNNIC; APJII; IAMAI & KANTAR; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND
EARNINGS REPORTS; OCDH; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. COMPARABILITY: SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS TO SOURCE
DATA, INCLUDING COMPREHENSIVE REVISIONS TO POPULATION DATA. FIGURES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. ALL FIGURES USE THE LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, BUT SOME SOURCE DATA MAY
NOT HAVE BEEN UPDATED IN THE PAST YEAR. FIGURES FOR INTERNET USER GROWTH MAY UNDER-REPRESENT ACTUAL TRENDS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FULL DETAILS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
CHANGE IN THE USE OF CONNECTED DEVICES AND SERVICES OVER TIME
DIGITAL GROWTH
NOTE: MAJOR REVISIONS TO SOURCE DATA MEAN THAT GROWTH FIGURES FOR SOCIAL MEDIA ARE CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE; PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES AT THE START OF THIS REPORT FOR DETAILS
JAN
2023
POPULATION ESSENTIALS
20
54.1% 266.1 96.9% 96.9% 96.9%
103.8 49.1% 50.9% -0.3% 33.2
THOUSAND -327
URBAN
POPULATION
POPULATION DENSITY
(PEOPLE PER KM2
)
OVERALL LITERACY
(ADULTS AGED 15+)
FEMALE LITERACY
(ADULTS AGED 15+)
MALE LITERACY
(ADULTS AGED 15+)
TOTAL
POPULATION
FEMALE
POPULATION
MALE
POPULATION
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
IN TOTAL POPULATION
MEDIAN AGE OF
THE POPULATION
SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; WORLD BANK; UNESCO; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; OUR WORLD IN DATA; INDEXMUNDI; KNOEMA; KEPIOS ANALYSIS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
DEMOGRAPHICS AND OTHER KEY INDICATORS
POPULATION ESSENTIALS
JAN
2023
21
108 K 107 K 107 K 106 K 106 K 105 K 105 K 105 K 105 K 104 K 104 K
-0.6% -0.4% -0.4% -0.5% -0.2% -0.3% -0.4% -0.2% -0.4% -0.3%
JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023
SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; U.S. CENSUS BUREAU; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTE: WHERE LETTERS ARE SHOWN NEXT TO FIGURES ABOVE BARS, “K” DENOTES THOUSANDS
(E.G. “123 K” = 123,000), “M” DENOTES MILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 M” = 1,230,000), AND “B” DENOTES BILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 B” = 1,230,000,000). WHERE NO LETTER IS PRESENT, VALUES ARE SHOWN AS IS.
COMPARABILITY: SOURCE CHANGES AND BASE REVISIONS. FIGURES MAY NOT CORRELATE WITH VALUES PUBLISHED IN OUR PREVIOUS REPORTS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
TOTAL POPULATION AND YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
POPULATION OVER TIME
JAN
2023
DATAREPORTAL
22
14.8% 13.8% 12.6% 11.5% 10.9%
103.8 6.5% 12.2% 7.4% 10.2%
THOUSAND
65+
55-64
45-54
35-44
25-34
18-24
13-17
5-12
0-4
POPULATION
AGED 25-34
POPULATION
AGED 35-44
POPULATION
AGED 45-54
POPULATION
AGED 55-64
POPULATION
AGED 65+
TOTAL
POPULATION
POPULATION
AGED 0-4
POPULATION
AGED 5-12
POPULATION
AGED 13-17
POPULATION
AGED 18-24
SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; U.S. CENSUS BUREAU; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
SHARE OF THE TOTAL POPULATION BY AGE GROUP
POPULATION BY AGE
JAN
2023
INTERNET
24
88.1 84.9% -0.3% 100.0%
THOUSAND [UNCHANGED] -278
TOTAL
INTERNET
USERS
INTERNET USERS AS
A PERCENTAGE OF
TOTAL POPULATION
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
IN THE NUMBER OF
INTERNET USERS
MOBILE INTERNET PROXY1
:
SHARE OF SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
ACCESSING VIA MOBILE DEVICES
SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; GWI; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES; UNITED NATIONS.
NOTE: “BPS” FIGURES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND SHOW ABSOLUTE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE. (1) STANDALONE FIGURES FOR MOBILE INTERNET USE WERE UNAVAILABLE AT THE TIME OF REPORT
PRODUCTION, BUT THE PERCENTAGE SHARE OF SOCIAL MEDIA USERS ACCESSING SOCIAL PLATFORMS VIA MOBILE DEVICES MAY OFFER A BENCHMARK FOR MOBILE INTERNET USE. ADVISORY: FIGURES FOR
INTERNET USER GROWTH MAY UNDER-REPRESENT ACTUAL TRENDS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR MORE DETAILS. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE AND BASE CHANGES.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
ESSENTIAL INDICATORS OF INTERNET ADOPTION AND USE
OVERVIEW OF INTERNET USE
JAN
2023
25
46,887
50,772 52,715 54,721 56,745 59,039
77,800
84,188
88,765 88,390 88,113
+8.3% +3.8% +3.8% +3.7% +4.0% +31.8% +8.2% +5.4% -0.4% -0.3%
JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023
SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; GWI; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES. NOTE: WHERE LETTERS ARE SHOWN NEXT TO FIGURES
ABOVE BARS, “K” DENOTES THOUSANDS (E.G. “123 K” = 123,000), “M” DENOTES MILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 M” = 1,230,000), AND “B” DENOTES BILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 B” = 1,230,000,000). WHERE NO LETTER IS
PRESENT, VALUES ARE SHOWN AS IS. ADVISORY: DUE TO COVID-19-RELATED DELAYS IN RESEARCH AND REPORTING, FIGURES FOR INTERNET USER GROWTH AFTER 2020 MAY UNDER-REPRESENT ACTUAL
TRENDS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR MORE DETAILS. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE AND BASE CHANGES. FIGURES MAY NOT MATCH OR CORRELATE WITH FIGURES PUBLISHED IN PREVIOUS REPORTS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
INTERNET USERS OVER TIME
NUMBER OF INTERNET USERS AND YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
JAN
2023
DATAREPORTAL
26
88.1 24.4 91.2
THOUSAND THOUSAND THOUSAND
84.9% 23.5% 87.9%
vs. POPULATION vs. POPULATION vs. POPULATION
INTERNET USERS:
ITU
INTERNET USERS:
CIA WORLD FACTBOOK
INTERNET USERS:
INTERNETWORLDSTATS
SOURCES: AS STATED ABOVE EACH ICON. NOTES: WHERE SOURCES PUBLISH INTERNET ADOPTION AS A PERCENTAGE (I.E. PENETRATION), VALUES SHOWN HERE COMPARE THE LATEST PUBLISHED ADOPTION
RATES IN EACH COUNTRY WITH THE LATEST FIGURES FOR POPULATION TO DERIVE ABSOLUTE USER NUMBERS. WHERE SOURCES PUBLISH ABSOLUTE USER NUMBERS, VALUES SHOWN HERE COMPARE THESE
ABSOLUTE USER FIGURES WITH THE LATEST FIGURES FOR POPULATION TO DERIVE VALUES FOR “vs. POPULATION”. COMPARABILITY: POTENTIAL MISMATCHES. INTERNET USER FIGURES QUOTED ELSEWHERE IN
THIS REPORT USE DATA FROM MULTIPLE SOURCES, INCLUDING SOURCES NOT FEATURED ON THIS SLIDE.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
INTERNET USER NUMBERS PUBLISHED BY DIFFERENT SOURCES
INTERNET USER PERSPECTIVES
JAN
2023
27
84.9% 100.0% 95.1% 87.2% [N/A]
USES THE
INTERNET
HAS ACCESS
TO ELECTRICITY
HAS ACCESS TO BASIC
DRINKING WATER
HAS ACCESS TO
BASIC SANITATION
EARNS LESS THAN
USD $3.65 PER DAY
SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; GWI; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; WORLD BANK; UNITED NATIONS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
ACCESS TO THE INTERNET IN THE CONTEXT OF ACCESS TO OTHER LIFE ESSENTIALS, AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL POPULATION
INTERNET ACCESS IN PERSPECTIVE
JAN
2023
28
[N/A] [N/A] 76.59 +71.3%
MBPS
MEDIAN DOWNLOAD SPEED
OF CELLULAR MOBILE
INTERNET CONNECTIONS
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
IN MEDIAN CELLULAR MOBILE
INTERNET CONNECTION SPEED
MEDIAN DOWNLOAD
SPEED OF FIXED
INTERNET CONNECTIONS
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
IN MEDIAN FIXED INTERNET
CONNECTION SPEED
SOURCE: OOKLA. NOTE: FIGURES REPRESENT MEDIAN DOWNLOAD SPEEDS IN MEGABITS PER SECOND (MBPS) IN NOVEMBER 2022. COMPARABILITY: THE VALUES FOR INTERNET CONNECTION SPEEDS THAT
WE FEATURED IN PREVIOUS REPORTS REFLECTED MEAN CONNECTION SPEEDS, WHEREAS WE NOW FEATURE MEDIAN CONNECTION SPEEDS, WHICH OFFER A MORE REPRESENTATIVE INDICATION OF THE
CONNECTION SPEEDS THAT “TYPICAL” USERS CAN EXPECT. AS A RESULT, VALUES SHOWN HERE ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH THE VALUES PUBLISHED IN OUR PREVIOUS REPORTS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
MEDIAN DOWNLOAD SPEEDS (IN MEGABITS PER SECOND) OF MOBILE AND FIXED INTERNET CONNECTIONS
INTERNET CONNECTION SPEEDS
JAN
2023
29
42.56% 43.64% 13.76% 0.04%
-0.5% (-22 BPS) +0.8% (+35 BPS) -1.1% (-15 BPS) +33.3% (+1 BP)
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
MOBILE
PHONES
LAPTOP AND
DESKTOP COMPUTERS
TABLET
DEVICES
OTHER
DEVICES
SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO BROWSERS RUNNING ON EACH TYPE OF DEVICE COMPARED WITH THE TOTAL NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED
TO BROWSERS RUNNING ON ANY DEVICE IN NOVEMBER 2022. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%,
NOT 70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB PAGES SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON EACH KIND OF DEVICE
SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC BY DEVICE
JAN
2023
30
2.6%
5.7%
10.2%
23.8%
26.6%
30.2% 29.0%
47.8%
40.9%
42.8% 42.6%
+114% +80.0% +134% +11.7% +13.7% -4.2% +64.9% -14.4% +4.5% -0.5%
NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON MOBILE PHONES COMPARED WITH THE TOTAL NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED
TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON ANY DEVICE. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES IN THE WHITE CIRCLES REPRESENT RELATIVE CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD
EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%).
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB PAGES SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON MOBILE PHONES
MOBILE’S SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC
JAN
2023
DATAREPORTAL
31
3.51% 0.98% 2.75% 0.36%
-38.7% (-222 BPS) +127.9% (+55 BPS) -14.6% (-47 BPS) -67.0% (-73 BPS)
69.34% 13.78% 7.17% 2.11%
-0.4% (-29 BPS) +34.7% (+355 BPS) -1.2% (-9 BPS) -12.4% (-30 BPS)
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
SAMSUNG INTERNET OPERA ANDROID OTHER
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
CHROME SAFARI MICROSOFT EDGE FIREFOX
SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF PAGE VIEWS SERVED TO EACH BROWSER AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL PAGE VIEWS SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON ANY KIND
OF DEVICE IN NOVEMBER 2022. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%).
“BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB PAGES SERVED TO EACH BRAND OF WEB BROWSER RUNNING ON ANY DEVICE
SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC BY BROWSER
JAN
2023
32
0% 0.17% 0% 0.02%
[N/A] -39.3% (-11 BPS) [N/A] -66.7% (-4 BPS)
89.11% 9.61% 1.02% 0.07%
-0.2% (-14 BPS) +12.5% (+107 BPS) -17.7% (-22 BPS) -88.9% (-56 BPS)
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
BAIDU DUCKDUCKGO NAVER OTHER
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
GOOGLE BING YAHOO! YANDEX
SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF PAGE VIEW REFERRALS ORIGINATING FROM EACH SERVICE AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL PAGE VIEW REFERRALS ORIGINATING FROM
SEARCH ENGINES IN NOVEMBER 2022. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT
70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB TRAFFIC REFERRED BY SEARCH ENGINES THAT ORIGINATED FROM EACH SEARCH SERVICE
SHARE OF SEARCH ENGINE REFERRALS
JAN
2023
33
11 WHATSAPP 17
12 MP3 JUICE 17
13 WORLD CUP 16
14 INSTAGRAM 16
15 BARBADOS PICK 3 12
16 WEST INDIES 11
17 ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES 11
18 SHEIN 11
19 WEATHER TOMORROW 10
20 TRANSLATE 10
01 WHAT IS 100
02 WEATHER 49
03 NEWS 37
04 YOUTUBE 37
05 FACEBOOK 31
06 GOOGLE 28
07 AMAZON 28
08 MP3 24
09 APK 20
10 SVG NEWS 18
# SEARCH QUERY INDEX vs. TOP QUERY # SEARCH QUERY INDEX vs. TOP QUERY
SOURCE: GOOGLE TRENDS, BASED ON SEARCHES CONDUCTED BETWEEN 01 JANUARY 2022 AND 31 DECEMBER 2022. NOTES: ANY SPELLING ERRORS OR LANGUAGE INCONSISTENCIES IN SEARCH QUERIES
ARE AS PUBLISHED BY GOOGLE TRENDS, AND ARE SHOWN “AS IS”, TO ENABLE READERS TO IDENTIFY POTENTIAL CHANGES IN HOW PEOPLE USE LANGUAGE IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS. GOOGLE DOES NOT
PUBLISH ABSOLUTE SEARCH VOLUMES, BUT THE “INDEX vs. TOP QUERY” COLUMN SHOWS RELATIVE SEARCH VOLUMES FOR EACH QUERY COMPARED WITH THE SEARCH VOLUME OF THE TOP QUERY.
ADVISORY: GOOGLE TRENDS USES DYNAMIC SAMPLING, SO RANK ORDER AND INDEX VALUES MAY VARY DEPENDING ON WHEN THE TOOL IS ACCESSED, EVEN FOR THE SAME TIME PERIOD.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
QUERIES WITH THE GREATEST VOLUME OF GOOGLE SEARCH ACTIVITY BETWEEN 01 JANUARY 2022 AND 31 DECEMBER 2022
TOP GOOGLE SEARCHES
JAN
2023
SOCIAL MEDIA
!
CORRECTIONS IN SOCIAL MEDIA USER NUMBERS
Over recent months, the data sources that we
use to calculate social media user numbers in
each country have made significant revisions
to their underlying numbers. As a result, we are
currently unable to provide data for the change
in social media users over time. Because of these
changes, readers should not compare social
media user numbers published in this report with
similar figures published in previous reports in the
Global Digital Reports series, because any such
comparisons will deliver inaccurate data and
misleading trends. Furthermore, please note
that the social media user numbers published in
this report may appear to be significantly lower
than the figures published in previous reports in
this series. However, any such differences are the
result of “corrections” in source data published
by social media platforms, and our analysis of
various data sources confirms that there has
been no discernible drop in social media
use in any of the countries that we track. As a
result, readers should not interpret any negative
differences between the numbers published in
this report versus previous reports as a decline
in social media use, because these differences
are due to corrections in source methodologies
and data reporting approaches, and do not
representachangeinactualusernumbers.Please
read our comprehensive notes on data for more
details: https://datareportal.com/notes-on-data
36
84.6% 52.6% 47.4%
74.6 71.8% 91.0%
THOUSAND
NUMBER OF SOCIAL
MEDIA USERS
SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
vs. TOTAL POPULATION
SOCIAL MEDIA USERS AGED 18+
vs. TOTAL POPULATION AGED 18+
SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS
FEMALE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
vs. TOTAL SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
MALE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
vs. TOTAL SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS; CNNIC; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; OCDH; U.N.; U.S. CENSUS BUREAU. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT
REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. FIGURES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS, USER AGE MISSTATEMENTS, DELAYS IN
DATA REPORTING, AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CENSUS COUNTS AND RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
HEADLINES FOR SOCIAL MEDIA ADOPTION AND USE (NOTE: USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS)
OVERVIEW OF SOCIAL MEDIA USE
JAN
2023
37
1.06% 0.81% 0.05% 0% 0%
+11.6% (+11 BPS) +153.1% (+49 BPS) -64.3% (-9 BPS) [N/A] [N/A]
68.47% 4.00% 10.68% 11.69% 3.24%
+5.4% (+353 BPS) -36.6% (-231 BPS) +119.8% (+582 BPS) -12.4% (-166 BPS) -64.5% (-589 BPS)
FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM PINTEREST YOUTUBE
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
REDDIT TUMBLR LINKEDIN VKONTAKTE OTHER
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: SHARE DOES NOT INCLUDE TRAFFIC FROM MESSENGER PLATFORMS. DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR A SELECTION OF PLATFORMS, AND PERCENTAGES REFLECT SHARE OF
AVAILABLE PLATFORMS ONLY. FIGURES REPRESENT THE SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC ARRIVING ON THIRD-PARTY WEBSITES VIA CLICKS OR TAPS ON LINKS PUBLISHED ON EACH PLATFORM AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL
WEB TRAFFIC ARRIVING FROM THE AVAILABLE SELECTION OF SOCIAL PLATFORMS IN NOVEMBER 2022. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20%
FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC ARRIVING ON THIRD-PARTY WEBSITES VIA CLICKS OR TAPS ON LINKS PUBLISHED IN SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS (ANY DEVICE)
WEB TRAFFIC REFERRALS FROM SOCIAL MEDIA
JAN
2023
38
65.2% 68.1% 53.7% 46.3%
57.5 55.4% -4.4% -7.6%
THOUSAND -2,650 -4,700
90
FACEBOOK AD REACH
vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS
FACEBOOK AD REACH
vs. POPULATION AGED 13+
FEMALE FACEBOOK AD REACH
vs. TOTAL FACEBOOK AD REACH
MALE FACEBOOK AD REACH
vs. TOTAL FACEBOOK AD REACH
TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH
OF ADS ON FACEBOOK
FACEBOOK AD REACH
vs. TOTAL POPULATION
QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE
IN REPORTED FACEBOOK AD REACH
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN
REPORTED FACEBOOK AD REACH
SOURCES: META’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES USE MIDPOINT OF PUBLISHED RANGES. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH
FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER BASE. VALUES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND
FAKE ACCOUNTS, DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY:
SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON FACEBOOK
FACEBOOK: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW
NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS
JAN
2023
39
01 MOVIES 100
02 MOVIE 85
03 SOCA 81
04 MUSIC 32
05 COCOMELON 28
06 KARTEL 28
07 VYBZ KARTEL 22
08 NIGERIAN MOVIES 22
09 SKENG 20
10 TIKTOK 20
11 ALKALINE 16
12 POPCAAN 14
13 SKILLIBENG 14
14 ROBLOX 13
15 CARTOON 12
16 ANIME 12
17 BURNA BOY 12
18 ACTION MOVIES 11
19 MINECRAFT 11
20 YUNG BREDDA 11
# SEARCH QUERY INDEX # SEARCH QUERY INDEX
SOURCE: GOOGLE TRENDS, BASED ON SEARCHES CONDUCTED ON YOUTUBE BETWEEN 01 JANUARY 2022 AND 31 DECEMBER 2022. NOTES: ANY SPELLING ERRORS OR LANGUAGE INCONSISTENCIES IN
SEARCH QUERIES ARE AS PUBLISHED BY GOOGLE TRENDS, AND ARE SHOWN “AS IS”, TO ENABLE READERS TO IDENTIFY POTENTIAL CHANGES IN HOW PEOPLE USE LANGUAGE IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS.
GOOGLE DOES NOT PUBLISH ABSOLUTE SEARCH VOLUMES, BUT THE “INDEX vs. TOP QUERY” COLUMN SHOWS RELATIVE SEARCH VOLUMES FOR EACH QUERY COMPARED WITH THE SEARCH VOLUME OF THE
TOP QUERY. ADVISORY: GOOGLE TRENDS USES DYNAMIC SAMPLING, SO RANK ORDER AND INDEX VALUES MAY VARY DEPENDING ON WHEN THE TOOL IS ACCESSED, EVEN FOR THE SAME TIME PERIOD.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
QUERIES WITH THE GREATEST VOLUME OF YOUTUBE SEARCH ACTIVITY BETWEEN 01 JANUARY 2022 AND 31 DECEMBER 2022
TOP YOUTUBE SEARCHES
JAN
2023
40
46.8% 48.9% 52.5% 47.5%
41.3 39.7% -7.1% -12.5%
THOUSAND -3,150 -5,900
90
INSTAGRAM AD REACH
vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS
INSTAGRAM AD REACH
vs. POPULATION AGED 13+
FEMALE INSTAGRAM AD REACH
vs. TOTAL INSTAGRAM AD REACH
MALE INSTAGRAM AD REACH
vs. TOTAL INSTAGRAM AD REACH
TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH
OF ADS ON INSTAGRAM
INSTAGRAM AD REACH
vs. TOTAL POPULATION
QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE
IN REPORTED INSTAGRAM AD REACH
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN
REPORTED INSTAGRAM AD REACH
SOURCES: META’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES USE MIDPOINT OF PUBLISHED RANGES. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH
FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER BASE. VALUES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND
FAKE ACCOUNTS, DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY:
SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON INSTAGRAM
INSTAGRAM: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW
NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS
JAN
2023
41
40.7% 42.6% 54.6% 45.4%
35.9 34.6% -6.5% -9.3%
THOUSAND -2,500 -3,700
90
MESSENGER AD REACH
vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS
MESSENGER AD REACH
vs. POPULATION AGED 13+
FEMALE MESSENGER AD REACH
vs. TOTAL MESSENGER AD REACH
MALE MESSENGER AD REACH
vs. TOTAL MESSENGER AD REACH
TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH
OF ADS ON MESSENGER
MESSENGER AD REACH
vs. TOTAL POPULATION
QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE
IN REPORTED MESSENGER AD REACH
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN
REPORTED MESSENGER AD REACH
SOURCES: META’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES USE MIDPOINT OF PUBLISHED RANGES. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH
FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER BASE. VALUES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND
FAKE ACCOUNTS, DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY:
SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON FACEBOOK MESSENGER
MESSENGER: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW
NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS
JAN
2023
42
31.8% 36.5% 52.9% 47.1%
28.0 27.0% 0% +7.7%
THOUSAND [UNCHANGED] +2,000
90
LINKEDIN AD REACH
vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS
LINKEDIN AD REACH
vs. POPULATION AGED 18+
FEMALE LINKEDIN AD REACH
vs. TOTAL LINKEDIN AD REACH
MALE LINKEDIN AD REACH
vs. TOTAL LINKEDIN AD REACH
TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH
OF ADS ON LINKEDIN
LINKEDIN AD REACH
vs. TOTAL POPULATION
QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE
IN REPORTED LINKEDIN AD REACH
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN
REPORTED LINKEDIN AD REACH
SOURCES: LINKEDIN’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES ARE BASED ON TOTAL REGISTERED MEMBERS, SO ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH OTHER PLATFORMS IN THIS REPORT. GENDER
DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS, OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER OR REGISTERED MEMBER BASE. VALUES
FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS, DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT
POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON LINKEDIN
LINKEDIN: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW
NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS
JAN
2023
43
16.3% 17.1% 33.8% 66.2%
14.4 13.9% -4.3% +77.8%
THOUSAND -650 +6,300
90
TWITTER AD REACH
vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS
TWITTER AD REACH
vs. POPULATION AGED 13+
FEMALE TWITTER AD REACH
vs. TOTAL TWITTER AD REACH
MALE TWITTER AD REACH
vs. TOTAL TWITTER AD REACH
TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH
OF ADS ON TWITTER
TWITTER AD REACH
vs. TOTAL POPULATION
QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE
IN REPORTED TWITTER AD REACH
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN
REPORTED TWITTER AD REACH
SOURCES: TWITTER’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES USE MIDPOINT OF PUBLISHED RANGES. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH
FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER BASE. VALUES vs. POPULATION AND vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS,
ACCOUNTS THAT DO NOT REPRESENT HUMAN INDIVIDUALS (E.G. BUSINESSES, MUSIC BANDS, ETC.), DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE
DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR DETAILS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON TWITTER
TWITTER: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW
NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS
JAN
2023
MOBILE
45
106.1 102.2% +1.1% 57.8%
THOUSAND +1,125
NUMBER OF CELLULAR
MOBILE CONNECTIONS
(EXCLUDING IOT)
NUMBER OF CELLULAR MOBILE
CONNECTIONS COMPARED
WITH TOTAL POPULATION
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
IN THE NUMBER OF CELLULAR
MOBILE CONNECTIONS
SHARE OF CELLULAR MOBILE
CONNECTIONS THAT ARE
BROADBAND (3G, 4G, 5G)
SOURCE: GSMA INTELLIGENCE. NOTES: TOTAL CELLULAR CONNECTIONS INCLUDE DEVICES OTHER THAN MOBILE PHONES, BUT EXCLUDE CELLULAR IOT CONNECTIONS. FIGURES MAY SIGNIFICANTLY EXCEED
FIGURES FOR POPULATION DUE TO MULTIPLE CONNECTIONS AND CONNECTED DEVICES PER PERSON. COMPARABILITY: BASE CHANGES. VERSIONS OF THIS CHART PUBLISHED IN SOME OF OUR PREVIOUS
REPORTS FEATURED CELLULAR CONNECTION FIGURES THAT INCLUDED CELLULAR IOT CONNECTIONS. FIGURES SHOWN HERE DO NOT INCLUDE CELLULAR IOT CONNECTIONS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
USE OF MOBILE PHONES AND DEVICES THAT CONNECT TO CELLULAR NETWORKS
MOBILE CONNECTIVITY
JAN
2023
46
104 K 104 K 105 K 105 K 105 K 105 K 106 K 106 K 106 K
+0.4% +0.2% +0.2% +0.2% +0.3% +0.3% +0.3% +0.3%
JAN APR JUL OCT JAN APR JUL OCT JAN
2021 2021 2021 2021 2022 2022 2022 2022 2023
SOURCE: GSMA INTELLIGENCE. NOTE: WHERE LETTERS ARE SHOWN NEXT TO FIGURES ABOVE BARS, “K” DENOTES THOUSANDS (E.G. “123 K” = 123,000), “M” DENOTES MILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 M” = 1,230,000),
AND “B” DENOTES BILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 B” = 1,230,000,000). WHERE NO LETTER IS PRESENT, VALUES ARE SHOWN AS IS. COMPARABILITY: BASE REVISIONS. NUMBERS MAY NOT CORRELATE WITH VALUES
PUBLISHED IN OUR PREVIOUS REPORTS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
NUMBER OF CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS AND YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS OVER TIME
JAN
2023
DATAREPORTAL
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$84.81 12.80% $2.22 0.33%
PRICE OF THE
CHEAPEST SMARTPHONE
HANDSET (IN USD)
PRICE OF THE CHEAPEST
SMARTPHONE HANDSET
vs. AVERAGE INCOME
AVERAGE PRICE OF
1GB OF CELLULAR
MOBILE DATA (IN USD)
AVERAGE PRICE OF 1GB
OF CELLULAR MOBILE DATA
vs. AVERAGE INCOME
SOURCES: HANDSET PRICES: ALLIANCE FOR AFFORDABLE INTERNET; ACCESS THE FULL DATASET AT A4AI.ORG. MOBILE DATA PRICES: CABLE.CO.UK; WORLD BANK. COMPARABILITY: VALUE FOR HANDSET PRICES
vs. MONTHLY INCOME AS PUBLISHED BY A4AI, AND MAY USE A DIFFERENT VALUE FOR AVERAGE MONTHLY INCOME COMPARED WITH THE DATA USED TO CALCULATE THE PRICE OF 1GB OF MOBILE DATA vs.
MONTHLY INCOME. AS A RESULT, VALUES MAY NOT CORRELATE ACROSS DATA POINTS.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
THE COST OF BUYING A SMARTPHONE HANDSET AND 1GB OF CELLULAR MOBILE DATA, AND COMPARISONS WITH AVERAGE MONTHLY INCOME
AFFORDABILITY OF MOBILE INTERNET ACCESS
JAN
2023
48
76.70% 22.31% 0.96% 0.01% 0.02%
-8.7% (-735 BPS) +45.0% (+692 BPS) +134.1% (+55 BPS) [N/A] -86.7% (-13 BPS)
SHARE OF MOBILE WEB
TRAFFIC ORIGINATING
FROM ANDROID DEVICES
SHARE OF MOBILE WEB
TRAFFIC ORIGINATING
FROM APPLE IOS DEVICES
SHARE OF MOBILE WEB
TRAFFIC ORIGINATING FROM
SAMSUNG OS DEVICES
SHARE OF MOBILE WEB
TRAFFIC ORIGINATING
FROM KAI OS DEVICES
SHARE OF MOBILE WEB
TRAFFIC ORIGINATING
FROM OTHER OS DEVICES
YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE
SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO BROWSERS ON MOBILE PHONES RUNNING EACH OPERATING SYSTEM COMPARED WITH THE TOTAL NUMBER
OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO MOBILE BROWSERS IN NOVEMBER 2022. FIGURES FOR SAMSUNG OS REFER ONLY TO THOSE DEVICES RUNNING OPERATING SYSTEMS DEVELOPED BY SAMSUNG (E.G. BADA AND
TIZEN), AND DO NOT INCLUDE SAMSUNG DEVICES RUNNING ANDROID. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD
EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING.
& THE GRENADINES
SAINT VINCENT
PERCENTAGE OF WEB PAGE REQUESTS ORIGINATING FROM MOBILE HANDSETS RUNNING EACH MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM IN NOVEMBER 2022
SHARE OF MOBILE WEB TRAFFIC BY MOBILE OS
JAN
2023
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  • 5. ! IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA The findings published in this report use the latest data available at the time of production. This may include revised figures for historical data points that were not available when we produced previous reports in the Global Digital Reports series. From time to time, we may also change the data sources that we use to inform specific data points, and we may also change how we calculate certain values. Similarly, our data partners may change the ways in which they source, calculate, or report the data that they share with us. As a result, findings published in this report may not correlate with findings published in our previous reports, especially where suchfindingsrepresentchangeovertime(e.g.annual growth). Where we report figures for change over time, such figures will use the latest available data, so we recommend using the values published in this report, rather than trying to recalculate such values using data from previous reports. Wherever we’re aware of the potential for historical mismatches, we’ve included a note on comparability in the footnotes of each relevant slide. Please read these advisories carefully to understand how data sourcesorcalculationshavechangedsinceprevious reports, and beware of making any comparisons with historical data. Where we report values for change over time as “[N/A]”, the most recent data do not correlate with the equivalent data point(s) published in our previous reports, so we strongly advise readers not to compare the associated current figures with the equivalents published in previous reports. In particular, the social media platforms featured in this report regularly revise the figures that they report for advertising reach, and this may result in the latest numbers appearing to be lower than the values for the same data points published in previous reports in this series. However, these source data revisions do not necessarily imply any change in the overall active use of these platforms, and should not be interpreted as such. Furthermore, in addition to changes in data sources and calculations, please note that social media user numbers may not represent unique individuals. This is because some individuals may manage multiple social media accounts, and because some social media accounts may represent ‘non-human’ entities (e.g. businesses, animals, music bands, etc.). As a result, the figures we publish for social media users may exceed the figures that we publish for total population or for internet users. This may seem counter-intuitive,butsuchdifferencesdonotrepresent mistakes. For more information, please read our notes on data variance, mismatches, and curiosities: https://datareportal.com/notes-on-data.
  • 7. 7 8.01 8.46 5.16 4.76 BILLION BILLION BILLION BILLION +0.8% +2.2% +1.9% +3.0% +67 MILLION +180 MILLION +98 MILLION +137 MILLION 57.2% 105.6% 64.4% 59.4% TOTAL POPULATION CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS INTERNET USERS ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE URBANISATION TOTAL vs. POPULATION TOTAL vs. POPULATION TOTAL vs. POPULATION SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; GOVERNMENT BODIES; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; ITU; WORLD BANK; EUROSTAT; CNNIC; APJII; IAMAI & KANTAR; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND EARNINGS REPORTS; OCDH; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. COMPARABILITY: SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS TO SOURCE DATA ACROSS ALL METRICS, INCLUDING IMPORTANT REVISIONS TO UNDERLYING POPULATION DATA. FIGURES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. WHERE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IS SHOWN AS “[N/A]”, COMPARISONS WITH HISTORICAL DATA WILL PRODUCE INACCURATE RESULTS. PLEASE READ OUR COMPREHENSIVE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS. GLOBAL OVERVIEW NOTE: SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS TO SOURCE DATA MEAN THAT FIGURES SHOWN HERE ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE THE IMPORTANT NOTES AT THE START OF THIS REPORT FOR DETAILS. OVERVIEW OF THE ADOPTION AND USE OF CONNECTED DEVICES AND SERVICES GLOBAL DIGITAL HEADLINES JAN 2023
  • 8. 8 OCEANIA SOUTH-EASTERN ASIA SOUTHERN ASIA EASTERN ASIA CENTRAL ASIA WESTERN ASIA SOUTHERN AFRICA EASTERN AFRICA MIDDLE AFRICA WESTERN AFRICA NORTHERN AFRICA EASTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN EUROPE NORTHERN EUROPE WESTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN AMERICA CARIBBEAN CENTRAL AMERICA NORTHERN AMERICA GLOBAL AVERAGE 79.4% 75.6% 74.3% 47.4% 72.5% 70.6% 23.1% 27.9% 48.0% 65.9% 86.9% 88.4% 97.4% 93.5% 80.6% 68.4% 74.9% 92.0% 75.3% 64.4% SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; WORLD BANK; GOOGLE’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; KANTAR & IAMAI; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; UNITED NATIONS. NOTE: REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE AND BASE CHANGES. ALL FIGURES USE THE LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, BUT SOME SOURCE DATA MAY NOT HAVE BEEN UPDATED IN THE PAST YEAR. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR DETAILS. GLOBAL OVERVIEW INTERNET USERS AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL POPULATION INTERNET ADOPTION JAN 2023
  • 9. 9 OCEANIA SOUTH-EASTERN ASIA SOUTHERN ASIA EASTERN ASIA CENTRAL ASIA WESTERN ASIA SOUTHERN AFRICA EASTERN AFRICA MIDDLE AFRICA WESTERN AFRICA NORTHERN AFRICA EASTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN EUROPE NORTHERN EUROPE WESTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN AMERICA CARIBBEAN CENTRAL AMERICA NORTHERN AMERICA 0.7% 10.0% 24.0% 18.5% 1.1% 0.9% 2.1% 1.1% 4.0% 3.3% 4.9% 2.6% 2.0% 3.5% 6.8% 0.6% 2.6% 6.7% 4.3% SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; WORLD BANK; GOOGLE’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; KANTAR & IAMAI; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; UNITED NATIONS. NOTES: FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE AND BASE CHANGES. ALL FIGURES USE THE LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, BUT SOME SOURCE DATA MAY NOT HAVE BEEN UPDATED IN THE PAST YEAR. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR DETAILS. GLOBAL OVERVIEW INTERNET USERS AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL GLOBAL INTERNET USERS SHARE OF GLOBAL INTERNET USERS JAN 2023
  • 10. 10 OCEANIA SOUTH-EASTERN ASIA SOUTHERN ASIA EASTERN ASIA CENTRAL ASIA WESTERN ASIA SOUTHERN AFRICA EASTERN AFRICA MIDDLE AFRICA WESTERN AFRICA NORTHERN AFRICA EASTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN EUROPE NORTHERN EUROPE WESTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN AMERICA CARIBBEAN CENTRAL AMERICA NORTHERN AMERICA GLOBAL AVERAGE 62.0% 63.7% 72.0% 32.5% 27.4% 63.6% 41.3% 8.4% 7.4% 13.3% 48.8% 70.5% 76.7% 83.6% 83.3% 71.3% 50.6% 67.5% 73.9% 59.4% SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS; CNNIC; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; OCDH. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. NOTES: DOES NOT INCLUDE DATA FOR SUDAN OR SYRIA. REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE, BASE, AND METHODOLOGY CHANGES, INCLUDING SIGNIFICANT SOURCE DATA REVISIONS AND CHANGES IN REPORTING APPROACHES. VALUES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH THOSE PUBLISHED IN PREVIOUS REPORTS. FIGURES FOR LOCAL AND REGIONAL SOCIAL MEDIA USE RELY ON DIFFERENT DATASETS TO GLOBAL FIGURES. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS. GLOBAL OVERVIEW ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS AS A PERCENTAGE OF THE TOTAL POPULATION (NOTE: USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS) SOCIAL MEDIA USERS vs. TOTAL POPULATION JAN 2023
  • 11. 11 OCEANIA SOUTH-EASTERN ASIA SOUTHERN ASIA EASTERN ASIA CENTRAL ASIA WESTERN ASIA SOUTHERN AFRICA EASTERN AFRICA MIDDLE AFRICA WESTERN AFRICA NORTHERN AFRICA EASTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN EUROPE NORTHERN EUROPE WESTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN AMERICA CARIBBEAN CENTRAL AMERICA NORTHERN AMERICA 0.7% 10.7% 29.4% 16.1% 0.5% 4.3% 0.7% 1.0% 0.4% 1.4% 2.6% 5.0% 2.9% 2.2% 4.0% 7.7% 0.6% 3.0% 6.9% SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS; CNNIC; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; OCDH. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. NOTES: FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. DOES NOT INCLUDE DATA FOR SUDAN OR SYRIA. REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE, BASE, AND METHODOLOGY CHANGES, INCLUDING SIGNIFICANT SOURCE DATA REVISIONS AND CHANGES IN REPORTING APPROACHES. VALUES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH THOSE PUBLISHED IN PREVIOUS REPORTS. FIGURES FOR LOCAL AND REGIONAL SOCIAL MEDIA USE RELY ON DIFFERENT DATASETS TO GLOBAL FIGURES. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS. GLOBAL OVERVIEW ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS IN EACH REGION AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL GLOBAL ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS SHARE OF GLOBAL SOCIAL MEDIA USERS JAN 2023
  • 12. 12 OCEANIA SOUTH-EASTERN ASIA SOUTHERN ASIA EASTERN ASIA CENTRAL ASIA WESTERN ASIA SOUTHERN AFRICA EASTERN AFRICA MIDDLE AFRICA WESTERN AFRICA NORTHERN AFRICA EASTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN EUROPE NORTHERN EUROPE WESTERN EUROPE SOUTHERN AMERICA CARIBBEAN CENTRAL AMERICA NORTHERN AMERICA GLOBAL AVERAGE 106% 102% 136% 120% 84% 107% 100% 179% 68% 58% 96% 101% 147% 132% 133% 127% 112% 84% 103% 112% SOURCES: GSMA INTELLIGENCE; UNITED NATIONS. NOTE: FIGURES MAY EXCEED 100% BECAUSE SOME INDIVIDUALS MAY USE MORE THAN ONE CELLULAR CONNECTION. REGIONS BASED ON THE UNITED NATIONS GEOSCHEME. COMPARABILITY: BASE CHANGES. GLOBAL OVERVIEW CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS COMPARED WITH TOTAL POPULATION MOBILE CONNECTIVITY JAN 2023
  • 13. ESSENTIAL DATA FOR DIGITAL ADOPTION AND USE IN EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD DIGITAL 2023 LOCAL COUNTRY HEADLINES REPORT THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO THE WORLD’S CONNECTED BEHAVIOURS GLOBAL OVERVIEW REPORT DIGITAL 2023 CLICK HERE TO READ OUR DIGITAL 2023 LOCAL COUNTRY HEADLINES REPORT, WITH ESSENTIAL STATS FOR DIGITAL ADOPTION IN EVERY COUNTRY AROUND THE WORLD CLICK HERE TO READ OUR FLAGSHIP DIGITAL 2023 GLOBAL OVERVIEW REPORT, PACKED WITH ALL THE NUMBERS YOU NEED TO MAKE SENSE OF THE CURRENT STATE OF DIGITAL DIG DEEPER INTO THE DATA IN OUR DIGITAL 2023 GLOBAL REPORTS
  • 14. Last year, we emerged from the pandemic into a new online landscape. IRL and URL life were already impossibly entangled, and much was on the horizon: metaverses in which to while away our days, NFTs to deck the walls of digital houses, crypto wallets for paying for goods and services in virtual malls. But this year, what was cracked has now shattered into many segmented realities. An accurate vision of the future is now less like looking through a telescope, more like looking through a kaleidoscope: it’s coming through as several diverse fragments, not one single perspective. In this fragmented space, online factions are carving out their own customs, niches, and territories – their own marginal worlds that have the power to become the mainstream. On a social level, gone are the days of feeds clustered around friends and family – here are the days of For You Pages guided by individual interests. On a cultural level, gone is the universal watercooler chat dictated by shared popular culture – today’s agenda is set by ever-more niche and transient corners of the internet. And on a personal level, identities are more layered and fluid than ever before, more like an ‘avatar du jour’ than a static understanding of self. In the eighth issue of our annual report Think Forward, we unpick the complex and ever-changing web of digital culture and behaviour, and explore the role brands can play in reflecting and shaping it. T H E T R E N D S 1. TEXTURED DISCOVERY PEOPLE WANT SOCIAL TO BE LESS PRECISE AND MORE EXPLORATORY 2.COLLAPSING NARRATIVES STORYTELLING IS NO LONGER LINEAR NOR FOLLOWING ESTABLISHED STRUCTURES 3. MARGIN-CHASERS ON SOCIAL, EXTREME BEHAVIOUR IS SEEN AS MORE AUTHENTIC, GAINING TRACTION AND CUTTING THROUGH 4. NEW COOPERATIVES THE CULT OF THE INDIVIDUAL HAS GIVEN WAY TO LESS EGO-DRIVEN COMMUNITIES 5. EXPANDING IDENTITIES VIRTUAL WORLDS ARE MAKING ONLINE IDENTITY MORE FLEXIBLE AND EXPANSIVE WE ARE SOCIAL FRAGMENTED FUTURES THINK FORWARD 2023 FIND OUT MORE IN THINK FORWARD 2023 > PARTNER CONTENT
  • 15. Meltwater Insights Economic Impact Get in touch to discover how Meltwater can help your organization achieve similar results. What economic impact does Meltwater’s suite of marketing and communications solutions have on agencies? We enlisted Forrester Consulting, an independent, objective, research-based firm, to find out. Aggregating data and testimony drawn from client interviews, Forrester Consulting created a composite, representative full-service agency on which to center the Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study of Meltwater. The resulting, comprehensive report highlights how Meltwater helps marketers overcome efficiency and capacity challenges to generate new revenue streams. The Total Economic Impact™ of Meltwater on Agencies is a thorough, independent examination of the costs, risks, benefits, and value of adopting Meltwater solutions. Access the full report to learn more. “Meltwater is an absolutely mandatory thing to have to make informed decisions about where you want to take a client. Otherwise, you’re just making assumptions which are not real. We use Meltwater to ensure we use relevant, fact-based insights to steer clients.”— Agency Insights Manager 230% 20% 20 Return on investment Increase in client wins Hours per account saved in reporting per month Based on the research, Forrester Consulting suggested that a representative composite organization with more than 100 employees and revenue of $20 million per year would experience the above benefits. PARTNER CONTENT
  • 16. SAINT VINCENT & THE GRENADINES
  • 17. 17 103.8 106.1 88.1 74.6 THOUSAND THOUSAND THOUSAND THOUSAND 54.1% 102.2% 84.9% 71.8% URBANISATION vs. POPULATION vs. POPULATION vs. POPULATION TOTAL POPULATION CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS INTERNET USERS ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; GOVERNMENT BODIES; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; ITU; WORLD BANK; EUROSTAT; CNNIC; APJII; IAMAI & KANTAR; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND EARNINGS REPORTS; OCDH; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. COMPARABILITY: SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS TO SOURCE DATA, INCLUDING COMPREHENSIVE REVISIONS TO POPULATION DATA. FIGURES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. ALL FIGURES USE THE LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, BUT SOME SOURCE DATA MAY NOT HAVE BEEN UPDATED IN THE PAST YEAR. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FULL DETAILS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT OVERVIEW OF THE ADOPTION AND USE OF CONNECTED DEVICES AND SERVICES ESSENTIAL DIGITAL HEADLINES NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS JAN 2023
  • 18. 18 -0.3% +1.1% -0.3% [N/A] -327 +1,125 -278 [BASE REVISIONS] YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE TOTAL POPULATION CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS INTERNET USERS ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; GOVERNMENT BODIES; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; ITU; WORLD BANK; EUROSTAT; CNNIC; APJII; IAMAI & KANTAR; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND EARNINGS REPORTS; OCDH; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. COMPARABILITY: SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS TO SOURCE DATA, INCLUDING COMPREHENSIVE REVISIONS TO POPULATION DATA. FIGURES ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. ALL FIGURES USE THE LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, BUT SOME SOURCE DATA MAY NOT HAVE BEEN UPDATED IN THE PAST YEAR. FIGURES FOR INTERNET USER GROWTH MAY UNDER-REPRESENT ACTUAL TRENDS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FULL DETAILS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT CHANGE IN THE USE OF CONNECTED DEVICES AND SERVICES OVER TIME DIGITAL GROWTH NOTE: MAJOR REVISIONS TO SOURCE DATA MEAN THAT GROWTH FIGURES FOR SOCIAL MEDIA ARE CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE; PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES AT THE START OF THIS REPORT FOR DETAILS JAN 2023
  • 20. 20 54.1% 266.1 96.9% 96.9% 96.9% 103.8 49.1% 50.9% -0.3% 33.2 THOUSAND -327 URBAN POPULATION POPULATION DENSITY (PEOPLE PER KM2 ) OVERALL LITERACY (ADULTS AGED 15+) FEMALE LITERACY (ADULTS AGED 15+) MALE LITERACY (ADULTS AGED 15+) TOTAL POPULATION FEMALE POPULATION MALE POPULATION YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN TOTAL POPULATION MEDIAN AGE OF THE POPULATION SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; WORLD BANK; UNESCO; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; OUR WORLD IN DATA; INDEXMUNDI; KNOEMA; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT DEMOGRAPHICS AND OTHER KEY INDICATORS POPULATION ESSENTIALS JAN 2023
  • 21. 21 108 K 107 K 107 K 106 K 106 K 105 K 105 K 105 K 105 K 104 K 104 K -0.6% -0.4% -0.4% -0.5% -0.2% -0.3% -0.4% -0.2% -0.4% -0.3% JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; U.S. CENSUS BUREAU; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTE: WHERE LETTERS ARE SHOWN NEXT TO FIGURES ABOVE BARS, “K” DENOTES THOUSANDS (E.G. “123 K” = 123,000), “M” DENOTES MILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 M” = 1,230,000), AND “B” DENOTES BILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 B” = 1,230,000,000). WHERE NO LETTER IS PRESENT, VALUES ARE SHOWN AS IS. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE CHANGES AND BASE REVISIONS. FIGURES MAY NOT CORRELATE WITH VALUES PUBLISHED IN OUR PREVIOUS REPORTS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT TOTAL POPULATION AND YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE POPULATION OVER TIME JAN 2023 DATAREPORTAL
  • 22. 22 14.8% 13.8% 12.6% 11.5% 10.9% 103.8 6.5% 12.2% 7.4% 10.2% THOUSAND 65+ 55-64 45-54 35-44 25-34 18-24 13-17 5-12 0-4 POPULATION AGED 25-34 POPULATION AGED 35-44 POPULATION AGED 45-54 POPULATION AGED 55-64 POPULATION AGED 65+ TOTAL POPULATION POPULATION AGED 0-4 POPULATION AGED 5-12 POPULATION AGED 13-17 POPULATION AGED 18-24 SOURCES: UNITED NATIONS; U.S. CENSUS BUREAU; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT SHARE OF THE TOTAL POPULATION BY AGE GROUP POPULATION BY AGE JAN 2023
  • 24. 24 88.1 84.9% -0.3% 100.0% THOUSAND [UNCHANGED] -278 TOTAL INTERNET USERS INTERNET USERS AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL POPULATION YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN THE NUMBER OF INTERNET USERS MOBILE INTERNET PROXY1 : SHARE OF SOCIAL MEDIA USERS ACCESSING VIA MOBILE DEVICES SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; GWI; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES; UNITED NATIONS. NOTE: “BPS” FIGURES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND SHOW ABSOLUTE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE. (1) STANDALONE FIGURES FOR MOBILE INTERNET USE WERE UNAVAILABLE AT THE TIME OF REPORT PRODUCTION, BUT THE PERCENTAGE SHARE OF SOCIAL MEDIA USERS ACCESSING SOCIAL PLATFORMS VIA MOBILE DEVICES MAY OFFER A BENCHMARK FOR MOBILE INTERNET USE. ADVISORY: FIGURES FOR INTERNET USER GROWTH MAY UNDER-REPRESENT ACTUAL TRENDS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR MORE DETAILS. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE AND BASE CHANGES. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT ESSENTIAL INDICATORS OF INTERNET ADOPTION AND USE OVERVIEW OF INTERNET USE JAN 2023
  • 25. 25 46,887 50,772 52,715 54,721 56,745 59,039 77,800 84,188 88,765 88,390 88,113 +8.3% +3.8% +3.8% +3.7% +4.0% +31.8% +8.2% +5.4% -0.4% -0.3% JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN JAN 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; GWI; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES. NOTE: WHERE LETTERS ARE SHOWN NEXT TO FIGURES ABOVE BARS, “K” DENOTES THOUSANDS (E.G. “123 K” = 123,000), “M” DENOTES MILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 M” = 1,230,000), AND “B” DENOTES BILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 B” = 1,230,000,000). WHERE NO LETTER IS PRESENT, VALUES ARE SHOWN AS IS. ADVISORY: DUE TO COVID-19-RELATED DELAYS IN RESEARCH AND REPORTING, FIGURES FOR INTERNET USER GROWTH AFTER 2020 MAY UNDER-REPRESENT ACTUAL TRENDS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR MORE DETAILS. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE AND BASE CHANGES. FIGURES MAY NOT MATCH OR CORRELATE WITH FIGURES PUBLISHED IN PREVIOUS REPORTS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT INTERNET USERS OVER TIME NUMBER OF INTERNET USERS AND YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE JAN 2023 DATAREPORTAL
  • 26. 26 88.1 24.4 91.2 THOUSAND THOUSAND THOUSAND 84.9% 23.5% 87.9% vs. POPULATION vs. POPULATION vs. POPULATION INTERNET USERS: ITU INTERNET USERS: CIA WORLD FACTBOOK INTERNET USERS: INTERNETWORLDSTATS SOURCES: AS STATED ABOVE EACH ICON. NOTES: WHERE SOURCES PUBLISH INTERNET ADOPTION AS A PERCENTAGE (I.E. PENETRATION), VALUES SHOWN HERE COMPARE THE LATEST PUBLISHED ADOPTION RATES IN EACH COUNTRY WITH THE LATEST FIGURES FOR POPULATION TO DERIVE ABSOLUTE USER NUMBERS. WHERE SOURCES PUBLISH ABSOLUTE USER NUMBERS, VALUES SHOWN HERE COMPARE THESE ABSOLUTE USER FIGURES WITH THE LATEST FIGURES FOR POPULATION TO DERIVE VALUES FOR “vs. POPULATION”. COMPARABILITY: POTENTIAL MISMATCHES. INTERNET USER FIGURES QUOTED ELSEWHERE IN THIS REPORT USE DATA FROM MULTIPLE SOURCES, INCLUDING SOURCES NOT FEATURED ON THIS SLIDE. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT INTERNET USER NUMBERS PUBLISHED BY DIFFERENT SOURCES INTERNET USER PERSPECTIVES JAN 2023
  • 27. 27 84.9% 100.0% 95.1% 87.2% [N/A] USES THE INTERNET HAS ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY HAS ACCESS TO BASIC DRINKING WATER HAS ACCESS TO BASIC SANITATION EARNS LESS THAN USD $3.65 PER DAY SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; ITU; GSMA INTELLIGENCE; EUROSTAT; GWI; CIA WORLD FACTBOOK; CNNIC; APJII; LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES; WORLD BANK; UNITED NATIONS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT ACCESS TO THE INTERNET IN THE CONTEXT OF ACCESS TO OTHER LIFE ESSENTIALS, AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL POPULATION INTERNET ACCESS IN PERSPECTIVE JAN 2023
  • 28. 28 [N/A] [N/A] 76.59 +71.3% MBPS MEDIAN DOWNLOAD SPEED OF CELLULAR MOBILE INTERNET CONNECTIONS YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN MEDIAN CELLULAR MOBILE INTERNET CONNECTION SPEED MEDIAN DOWNLOAD SPEED OF FIXED INTERNET CONNECTIONS YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN MEDIAN FIXED INTERNET CONNECTION SPEED SOURCE: OOKLA. NOTE: FIGURES REPRESENT MEDIAN DOWNLOAD SPEEDS IN MEGABITS PER SECOND (MBPS) IN NOVEMBER 2022. COMPARABILITY: THE VALUES FOR INTERNET CONNECTION SPEEDS THAT WE FEATURED IN PREVIOUS REPORTS REFLECTED MEAN CONNECTION SPEEDS, WHEREAS WE NOW FEATURE MEDIAN CONNECTION SPEEDS, WHICH OFFER A MORE REPRESENTATIVE INDICATION OF THE CONNECTION SPEEDS THAT “TYPICAL” USERS CAN EXPECT. AS A RESULT, VALUES SHOWN HERE ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH THE VALUES PUBLISHED IN OUR PREVIOUS REPORTS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT MEDIAN DOWNLOAD SPEEDS (IN MEGABITS PER SECOND) OF MOBILE AND FIXED INTERNET CONNECTIONS INTERNET CONNECTION SPEEDS JAN 2023
  • 29. 29 42.56% 43.64% 13.76% 0.04% -0.5% (-22 BPS) +0.8% (+35 BPS) -1.1% (-15 BPS) +33.3% (+1 BP) YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE MOBILE PHONES LAPTOP AND DESKTOP COMPUTERS TABLET DEVICES OTHER DEVICES SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO BROWSERS RUNNING ON EACH TYPE OF DEVICE COMPARED WITH THE TOTAL NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO BROWSERS RUNNING ON ANY DEVICE IN NOVEMBER 2022. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB PAGES SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON EACH KIND OF DEVICE SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC BY DEVICE JAN 2023
  • 30. 30 2.6% 5.7% 10.2% 23.8% 26.6% 30.2% 29.0% 47.8% 40.9% 42.8% 42.6% +114% +80.0% +134% +11.7% +13.7% -4.2% +64.9% -14.4% +4.5% -0.5% NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV NOV 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON MOBILE PHONES COMPARED WITH THE TOTAL NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON ANY DEVICE. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES IN THE WHITE CIRCLES REPRESENT RELATIVE CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%). & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB PAGES SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON MOBILE PHONES MOBILE’S SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC JAN 2023 DATAREPORTAL
  • 31. 31 3.51% 0.98% 2.75% 0.36% -38.7% (-222 BPS) +127.9% (+55 BPS) -14.6% (-47 BPS) -67.0% (-73 BPS) 69.34% 13.78% 7.17% 2.11% -0.4% (-29 BPS) +34.7% (+355 BPS) -1.2% (-9 BPS) -12.4% (-30 BPS) YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE SAMSUNG INTERNET OPERA ANDROID OTHER YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE CHROME SAFARI MICROSOFT EDGE FIREFOX SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF PAGE VIEWS SERVED TO EACH BROWSER AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL PAGE VIEWS SERVED TO WEB BROWSERS RUNNING ON ANY KIND OF DEVICE IN NOVEMBER 2022. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB PAGES SERVED TO EACH BRAND OF WEB BROWSER RUNNING ON ANY DEVICE SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC BY BROWSER JAN 2023
  • 32. 32 0% 0.17% 0% 0.02% [N/A] -39.3% (-11 BPS) [N/A] -66.7% (-4 BPS) 89.11% 9.61% 1.02% 0.07% -0.2% (-14 BPS) +12.5% (+107 BPS) -17.7% (-22 BPS) -88.9% (-56 BPS) YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE BAIDU DUCKDUCKGO NAVER OTHER YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE GOOGLE BING YAHOO! YANDEX SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF PAGE VIEW REFERRALS ORIGINATING FROM EACH SERVICE AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL PAGE VIEW REFERRALS ORIGINATING FROM SEARCH ENGINES IN NOVEMBER 2022. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB TRAFFIC REFERRED BY SEARCH ENGINES THAT ORIGINATED FROM EACH SEARCH SERVICE SHARE OF SEARCH ENGINE REFERRALS JAN 2023
  • 33. 33 11 WHATSAPP 17 12 MP3 JUICE 17 13 WORLD CUP 16 14 INSTAGRAM 16 15 BARBADOS PICK 3 12 16 WEST INDIES 11 17 ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES 11 18 SHEIN 11 19 WEATHER TOMORROW 10 20 TRANSLATE 10 01 WHAT IS 100 02 WEATHER 49 03 NEWS 37 04 YOUTUBE 37 05 FACEBOOK 31 06 GOOGLE 28 07 AMAZON 28 08 MP3 24 09 APK 20 10 SVG NEWS 18 # SEARCH QUERY INDEX vs. TOP QUERY # SEARCH QUERY INDEX vs. TOP QUERY SOURCE: GOOGLE TRENDS, BASED ON SEARCHES CONDUCTED BETWEEN 01 JANUARY 2022 AND 31 DECEMBER 2022. NOTES: ANY SPELLING ERRORS OR LANGUAGE INCONSISTENCIES IN SEARCH QUERIES ARE AS PUBLISHED BY GOOGLE TRENDS, AND ARE SHOWN “AS IS”, TO ENABLE READERS TO IDENTIFY POTENTIAL CHANGES IN HOW PEOPLE USE LANGUAGE IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS. GOOGLE DOES NOT PUBLISH ABSOLUTE SEARCH VOLUMES, BUT THE “INDEX vs. TOP QUERY” COLUMN SHOWS RELATIVE SEARCH VOLUMES FOR EACH QUERY COMPARED WITH THE SEARCH VOLUME OF THE TOP QUERY. ADVISORY: GOOGLE TRENDS USES DYNAMIC SAMPLING, SO RANK ORDER AND INDEX VALUES MAY VARY DEPENDING ON WHEN THE TOOL IS ACCESSED, EVEN FOR THE SAME TIME PERIOD. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT QUERIES WITH THE GREATEST VOLUME OF GOOGLE SEARCH ACTIVITY BETWEEN 01 JANUARY 2022 AND 31 DECEMBER 2022 TOP GOOGLE SEARCHES JAN 2023
  • 35. ! CORRECTIONS IN SOCIAL MEDIA USER NUMBERS Over recent months, the data sources that we use to calculate social media user numbers in each country have made significant revisions to their underlying numbers. As a result, we are currently unable to provide data for the change in social media users over time. Because of these changes, readers should not compare social media user numbers published in this report with similar figures published in previous reports in the Global Digital Reports series, because any such comparisons will deliver inaccurate data and misleading trends. Furthermore, please note that the social media user numbers published in this report may appear to be significantly lower than the figures published in previous reports in this series. However, any such differences are the result of “corrections” in source data published by social media platforms, and our analysis of various data sources confirms that there has been no discernible drop in social media use in any of the countries that we track. As a result, readers should not interpret any negative differences between the numbers published in this report versus previous reports as a decline in social media use, because these differences are due to corrections in source methodologies and data reporting approaches, and do not representachangeinactualusernumbers.Please read our comprehensive notes on data for more details: https://datareportal.com/notes-on-data
  • 36. 36 84.6% 52.6% 47.4% 74.6 71.8% 91.0% THOUSAND NUMBER OF SOCIAL MEDIA USERS SOCIAL MEDIA USERS vs. TOTAL POPULATION SOCIAL MEDIA USERS AGED 18+ vs. TOTAL POPULATION AGED 18+ SOCIAL MEDIA USERS vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS FEMALE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS vs. TOTAL SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MALE SOCIAL MEDIA USERS vs. TOTAL SOCIAL MEDIA USERS SOURCES: KEPIOS ANALYSIS; COMPANY ADVERTISING RESOURCES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS; CNNIC; BETA RESEARCH CENTER; OCDH; U.N.; U.S. CENSUS BUREAU. ADVISORY: SOCIAL MEDIA USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS. FIGURES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS, USER AGE MISSTATEMENTS, DELAYS IN DATA REPORTING, AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CENSUS COUNTS AND RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT HEADLINES FOR SOCIAL MEDIA ADOPTION AND USE (NOTE: USERS MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS) OVERVIEW OF SOCIAL MEDIA USE JAN 2023
  • 37. 37 1.06% 0.81% 0.05% 0% 0% +11.6% (+11 BPS) +153.1% (+49 BPS) -64.3% (-9 BPS) [N/A] [N/A] 68.47% 4.00% 10.68% 11.69% 3.24% +5.4% (+353 BPS) -36.6% (-231 BPS) +119.8% (+582 BPS) -12.4% (-166 BPS) -64.5% (-589 BPS) FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM PINTEREST YOUTUBE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE REDDIT TUMBLR LINKEDIN VKONTAKTE OTHER YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: SHARE DOES NOT INCLUDE TRAFFIC FROM MESSENGER PLATFORMS. DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR A SELECTION OF PLATFORMS, AND PERCENTAGES REFLECT SHARE OF AVAILABLE PLATFORMS ONLY. FIGURES REPRESENT THE SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC ARRIVING ON THIRD-PARTY WEBSITES VIA CLICKS OR TAPS ON LINKS PUBLISHED ON EACH PLATFORM AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WEB TRAFFIC ARRIVING FROM THE AVAILABLE SELECTION OF SOCIAL PLATFORMS IN NOVEMBER 2022. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT SHARE OF WEB TRAFFIC ARRIVING ON THIRD-PARTY WEBSITES VIA CLICKS OR TAPS ON LINKS PUBLISHED IN SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS (ANY DEVICE) WEB TRAFFIC REFERRALS FROM SOCIAL MEDIA JAN 2023
  • 38. 38 65.2% 68.1% 53.7% 46.3% 57.5 55.4% -4.4% -7.6% THOUSAND -2,650 -4,700 90 FACEBOOK AD REACH vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS FACEBOOK AD REACH vs. POPULATION AGED 13+ FEMALE FACEBOOK AD REACH vs. TOTAL FACEBOOK AD REACH MALE FACEBOOK AD REACH vs. TOTAL FACEBOOK AD REACH TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH OF ADS ON FACEBOOK FACEBOOK AD REACH vs. TOTAL POPULATION QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE IN REPORTED FACEBOOK AD REACH YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN REPORTED FACEBOOK AD REACH SOURCES: META’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES USE MIDPOINT OF PUBLISHED RANGES. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER BASE. VALUES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS, DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON FACEBOOK FACEBOOK: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS JAN 2023
  • 39. 39 01 MOVIES 100 02 MOVIE 85 03 SOCA 81 04 MUSIC 32 05 COCOMELON 28 06 KARTEL 28 07 VYBZ KARTEL 22 08 NIGERIAN MOVIES 22 09 SKENG 20 10 TIKTOK 20 11 ALKALINE 16 12 POPCAAN 14 13 SKILLIBENG 14 14 ROBLOX 13 15 CARTOON 12 16 ANIME 12 17 BURNA BOY 12 18 ACTION MOVIES 11 19 MINECRAFT 11 20 YUNG BREDDA 11 # SEARCH QUERY INDEX # SEARCH QUERY INDEX SOURCE: GOOGLE TRENDS, BASED ON SEARCHES CONDUCTED ON YOUTUBE BETWEEN 01 JANUARY 2022 AND 31 DECEMBER 2022. NOTES: ANY SPELLING ERRORS OR LANGUAGE INCONSISTENCIES IN SEARCH QUERIES ARE AS PUBLISHED BY GOOGLE TRENDS, AND ARE SHOWN “AS IS”, TO ENABLE READERS TO IDENTIFY POTENTIAL CHANGES IN HOW PEOPLE USE LANGUAGE IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS. GOOGLE DOES NOT PUBLISH ABSOLUTE SEARCH VOLUMES, BUT THE “INDEX vs. TOP QUERY” COLUMN SHOWS RELATIVE SEARCH VOLUMES FOR EACH QUERY COMPARED WITH THE SEARCH VOLUME OF THE TOP QUERY. ADVISORY: GOOGLE TRENDS USES DYNAMIC SAMPLING, SO RANK ORDER AND INDEX VALUES MAY VARY DEPENDING ON WHEN THE TOOL IS ACCESSED, EVEN FOR THE SAME TIME PERIOD. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT QUERIES WITH THE GREATEST VOLUME OF YOUTUBE SEARCH ACTIVITY BETWEEN 01 JANUARY 2022 AND 31 DECEMBER 2022 TOP YOUTUBE SEARCHES JAN 2023
  • 40. 40 46.8% 48.9% 52.5% 47.5% 41.3 39.7% -7.1% -12.5% THOUSAND -3,150 -5,900 90 INSTAGRAM AD REACH vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS INSTAGRAM AD REACH vs. POPULATION AGED 13+ FEMALE INSTAGRAM AD REACH vs. TOTAL INSTAGRAM AD REACH MALE INSTAGRAM AD REACH vs. TOTAL INSTAGRAM AD REACH TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH OF ADS ON INSTAGRAM INSTAGRAM AD REACH vs. TOTAL POPULATION QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE IN REPORTED INSTAGRAM AD REACH YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN REPORTED INSTAGRAM AD REACH SOURCES: META’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES USE MIDPOINT OF PUBLISHED RANGES. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER BASE. VALUES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS, DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON INSTAGRAM INSTAGRAM: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS JAN 2023
  • 41. 41 40.7% 42.6% 54.6% 45.4% 35.9 34.6% -6.5% -9.3% THOUSAND -2,500 -3,700 90 MESSENGER AD REACH vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS MESSENGER AD REACH vs. POPULATION AGED 13+ FEMALE MESSENGER AD REACH vs. TOTAL MESSENGER AD REACH MALE MESSENGER AD REACH vs. TOTAL MESSENGER AD REACH TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH OF ADS ON MESSENGER MESSENGER AD REACH vs. TOTAL POPULATION QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE IN REPORTED MESSENGER AD REACH YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN REPORTED MESSENGER AD REACH SOURCES: META’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES USE MIDPOINT OF PUBLISHED RANGES. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER BASE. VALUES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS, DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR FURTHER DETAILS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON FACEBOOK MESSENGER MESSENGER: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS JAN 2023
  • 42. 42 31.8% 36.5% 52.9% 47.1% 28.0 27.0% 0% +7.7% THOUSAND [UNCHANGED] +2,000 90 LINKEDIN AD REACH vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS LINKEDIN AD REACH vs. POPULATION AGED 18+ FEMALE LINKEDIN AD REACH vs. TOTAL LINKEDIN AD REACH MALE LINKEDIN AD REACH vs. TOTAL LINKEDIN AD REACH TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH OF ADS ON LINKEDIN LINKEDIN AD REACH vs. TOTAL POPULATION QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE IN REPORTED LINKEDIN AD REACH YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN REPORTED LINKEDIN AD REACH SOURCES: LINKEDIN’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES ARE BASED ON TOTAL REGISTERED MEMBERS, SO ARE NOT COMPARABLE WITH OTHER PLATFORMS IN THIS REPORT. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS, OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER OR REGISTERED MEMBER BASE. VALUES FOR REACH vs. POPULATION AND REACH vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS, DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON LINKEDIN LINKEDIN: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS JAN 2023
  • 43. 43 16.3% 17.1% 33.8% 66.2% 14.4 13.9% -4.3% +77.8% THOUSAND -650 +6,300 90 TWITTER AD REACH vs. TOTAL INTERNET USERS TWITTER AD REACH vs. POPULATION AGED 13+ FEMALE TWITTER AD REACH vs. TOTAL TWITTER AD REACH MALE TWITTER AD REACH vs. TOTAL TWITTER AD REACH TOTAL POTENTIAL REACH OF ADS ON TWITTER TWITTER AD REACH vs. TOTAL POPULATION QUARTER-ON-QUARTER CHANGE IN REPORTED TWITTER AD REACH YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN REPORTED TWITTER AD REACH SOURCES: TWITTER’S ADVERTISING RESOURCES; KEPIOS ANALYSIS. NOTES: VALUES USE MIDPOINT OF PUBLISHED RANGES. GENDER DATA ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR “FEMALE” AND “MALE”. ADVISORY: REACH FIGURES MAY NOT REPRESENT UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS OR MATCH THE TOTAL ACTIVE USER BASE. VALUES vs. POPULATION AND vs. INTERNET USERS MAY EXCEED 100% DUE TO DUPLICATE AND FAKE ACCOUNTS, ACCOUNTS THAT DO NOT REPRESENT HUMAN INDIVIDUALS (E.G. BUSINESSES, MUSIC BANDS, ETC.), DIFFERENT RESEARCH DATES, AND DIFFERENCES IN CENSUS DATA vs. RESIDENT POPULATIONS. SOURCE DATA REVISIONS MAY DISTORT VALUES FOR CHANGE OVER TIME. COMPARABILITY: SOURCE DATA REVISIONS. VALUES MAY NOT BE COMPARABLE WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS. SEE NOTES ON DATA FOR DETAILS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT THE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE THAT MARKETERS CAN REACH WITH ADS ON TWITTER TWITTER: ADVERTISING AUDIENCE OVERVIEW NOTE: PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT NOTES ON COMPARING DATA AT THE START OF THIS REPORT BEFORE COMPARING DATA ON THIS CHART WITH PREVIOUS REPORTS JAN 2023
  • 45. 45 106.1 102.2% +1.1% 57.8% THOUSAND +1,125 NUMBER OF CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS (EXCLUDING IOT) NUMBER OF CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS COMPARED WITH TOTAL POPULATION YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE IN THE NUMBER OF CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS SHARE OF CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS THAT ARE BROADBAND (3G, 4G, 5G) SOURCE: GSMA INTELLIGENCE. NOTES: TOTAL CELLULAR CONNECTIONS INCLUDE DEVICES OTHER THAN MOBILE PHONES, BUT EXCLUDE CELLULAR IOT CONNECTIONS. FIGURES MAY SIGNIFICANTLY EXCEED FIGURES FOR POPULATION DUE TO MULTIPLE CONNECTIONS AND CONNECTED DEVICES PER PERSON. COMPARABILITY: BASE CHANGES. VERSIONS OF THIS CHART PUBLISHED IN SOME OF OUR PREVIOUS REPORTS FEATURED CELLULAR CONNECTION FIGURES THAT INCLUDED CELLULAR IOT CONNECTIONS. FIGURES SHOWN HERE DO NOT INCLUDE CELLULAR IOT CONNECTIONS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT USE OF MOBILE PHONES AND DEVICES THAT CONNECT TO CELLULAR NETWORKS MOBILE CONNECTIVITY JAN 2023
  • 46. 46 104 K 104 K 105 K 105 K 105 K 105 K 106 K 106 K 106 K +0.4% +0.2% +0.2% +0.2% +0.3% +0.3% +0.3% +0.3% JAN APR JUL OCT JAN APR JUL OCT JAN 2021 2021 2021 2021 2022 2022 2022 2022 2023 SOURCE: GSMA INTELLIGENCE. NOTE: WHERE LETTERS ARE SHOWN NEXT TO FIGURES ABOVE BARS, “K” DENOTES THOUSANDS (E.G. “123 K” = 123,000), “M” DENOTES MILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 M” = 1,230,000), AND “B” DENOTES BILLIONS (E.G. “1.23 B” = 1,230,000,000). WHERE NO LETTER IS PRESENT, VALUES ARE SHOWN AS IS. COMPARABILITY: BASE REVISIONS. NUMBERS MAY NOT CORRELATE WITH VALUES PUBLISHED IN OUR PREVIOUS REPORTS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT NUMBER OF CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS AND YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE CELLULAR MOBILE CONNECTIONS OVER TIME JAN 2023 DATAREPORTAL
  • 47. 47 $84.81 12.80% $2.22 0.33% PRICE OF THE CHEAPEST SMARTPHONE HANDSET (IN USD) PRICE OF THE CHEAPEST SMARTPHONE HANDSET vs. AVERAGE INCOME AVERAGE PRICE OF 1GB OF CELLULAR MOBILE DATA (IN USD) AVERAGE PRICE OF 1GB OF CELLULAR MOBILE DATA vs. AVERAGE INCOME SOURCES: HANDSET PRICES: ALLIANCE FOR AFFORDABLE INTERNET; ACCESS THE FULL DATASET AT A4AI.ORG. MOBILE DATA PRICES: CABLE.CO.UK; WORLD BANK. COMPARABILITY: VALUE FOR HANDSET PRICES vs. MONTHLY INCOME AS PUBLISHED BY A4AI, AND MAY USE A DIFFERENT VALUE FOR AVERAGE MONTHLY INCOME COMPARED WITH THE DATA USED TO CALCULATE THE PRICE OF 1GB OF MOBILE DATA vs. MONTHLY INCOME. AS A RESULT, VALUES MAY NOT CORRELATE ACROSS DATA POINTS. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT THE COST OF BUYING A SMARTPHONE HANDSET AND 1GB OF CELLULAR MOBILE DATA, AND COMPARISONS WITH AVERAGE MONTHLY INCOME AFFORDABILITY OF MOBILE INTERNET ACCESS JAN 2023
  • 48. 48 76.70% 22.31% 0.96% 0.01% 0.02% -8.7% (-735 BPS) +45.0% (+692 BPS) +134.1% (+55 BPS) [N/A] -86.7% (-13 BPS) SHARE OF MOBILE WEB TRAFFIC ORIGINATING FROM ANDROID DEVICES SHARE OF MOBILE WEB TRAFFIC ORIGINATING FROM APPLE IOS DEVICES SHARE OF MOBILE WEB TRAFFIC ORIGINATING FROM SAMSUNG OS DEVICES SHARE OF MOBILE WEB TRAFFIC ORIGINATING FROM KAI OS DEVICES SHARE OF MOBILE WEB TRAFFIC ORIGINATING FROM OTHER OS DEVICES YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE YEAR-ON-YEAR CHANGE SOURCE: STATCOUNTER. NOTES: FIGURES REPRESENT THE NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO BROWSERS ON MOBILE PHONES RUNNING EACH OPERATING SYSTEM COMPARED WITH THE TOTAL NUMBER OF WEB PAGES SERVED TO MOBILE BROWSERS IN NOVEMBER 2022. FIGURES FOR SAMSUNG OS REFER ONLY TO THOSE DEVICES RUNNING OPERATING SYSTEMS DEVELOPED BY SAMSUNG (E.G. BADA AND TIZEN), AND DO NOT INCLUDE SAMSUNG DEVICES RUNNING ANDROID. PERCENTAGE CHANGE VALUES REPRESENT RELATIVE CHANGE (I.E. AN INCREASE OF 20% FROM A STARTING VALUE OF 50% WOULD EQUAL 60%, NOT 70%). “BPS” VALUES REPRESENT BASIS POINTS, AND INDICATE THE ABSOLUTE CHANGE. FIGURES MAY NOT SUM TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING. & THE GRENADINES SAINT VINCENT PERCENTAGE OF WEB PAGE REQUESTS ORIGINATING FROM MOBILE HANDSETS RUNNING EACH MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM IN NOVEMBER 2022 SHARE OF MOBILE WEB TRAFFIC BY MOBILE OS JAN 2023
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  • 57. Prior to our Digital 2021 reports, we included data sourced from social media platforms’ self-service advertising tools in our calculations of internet user numbers, but we no longer include this data in our internet user figures. This is because the user numbers reported by social media platforms are typically based on active user accounts, and may not represent unique individuals. For example, one person may maintain more than one active presence (account) on the same social media platform. Similarly, some accounts may represent ‘non-human’ entities, including: pets and animals; historical figures; businesses, causes, groups, and organisations; places of interest; etc. As a result, the figures we report for social media users may exceed internet user numbers. However, while this may seem counter-intuitive or surprising, such instances do not represent errors in the data or in our reporting. Rather, these differences may indicate delays in the reporting of internet user numbers, or they may indicate higher instances of individuals managing multiple social media accounts, or ‘non-human’ social media accounts. If you have any questions about specific data points in these reports, or if you’d like to offer your organisation’s data for consideration in future reports, please email our reports team: reports@kepios.com. footnotes of each relevant chart, but please use caution when comparing data from different reports, because changes to research samples, base data, research methodologies, and approaches to reporting may mean that values are not comparable. Furthermore, due to the differing data collection and treatment methodologies, and the different periods during which data have been collected, there may be significant differences in the reported metrics for similar data points throughout this report. For example, data from surveys often varies over time, even if that data has been collected by the same organisation using the same approach in each wave of their research. In particular, reports of internet user numbers vary considerably between different sources and over time. In part, this is because there are significant challenges associated with collecting, analysing, and publishing internet user data on a regular basis, not least because research into public internet use necessitates the use of face-to-face surveys. Different organisations may also adopt different approaches to sampling the population for research into internet use, and variations in areas such as the age range of the survey population, or the balance between urban and rural respondents, may play an important role in determining eventual findings. Note that COVID-19 has limited internet user research. Note: This page is a summary of our comprehensive notes on data variance, potential mismatches, and curiosities, which you can read in full at https://datareportal.com/notes-on-data. This report features data from a wide variety of different sources, including market research agencies, internet and social media companies, governments, public bodies, news media, and private individuals, as well as extrapolations and analysis of that data. Wherever possible, we’ve prioritised data sources that provide broader geographical coverage, in order to minimise potential variations between data points, and to offer more reliable comparison across countries. However, where we believe that standalone metrics provide a more reliable reference, we use such standalone numbers to ensure more accurate reporting. Please note that some data points may only be available for a limited selection of countries, so we may not be able to report the same data in all reports. From time to time, we may also change the source(s) that we use to inform specific data points. As a result, some figures may appear to change in unexpected ways from one report to another. Wherever we’re aware of these changes, we include details in the NOTES ON DATA VARIANCE, MISMATCHES, AND CURIOSITIES
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