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Why the Arab world is on Social Media: INFOGRAPHIC

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The consumption of social media in the Arab world.

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November 28, 2012 11:10 by



The benefits of Social Media in the Arab world is a constant topic for all entrepreneurs, brands and businesses. How do we influence more and more users with the least amount of effort and money. What content can go viral and how do social media users behave? What would compel a user to share content that I have posted and does each platform have its own preferences and setbacks?

Would a user perhaps be more likely to recommend content on Twitter than on MySpace and if so, is it convenience or is it a deeper intention behind it? A rather comprehensive info-graphic outlines the important points and strong areas of social media consumption across the Arab World; covering Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, Tumblr, Visua.ly and MySpace.

How does each social media platform affect a user’s behaviour and how much value does it add to their experience? Believe it or not, there is an illustration of 1 percent of users that say they have never heard of Facebook before.

 



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