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Instagram Stories gets Snapchat-style geostickers

Instagram has updated its Stories feature with support for geostickers, as the Facebook owned messenger app continues to mimic its rival Snapchat.

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13/03/2017  |  Full story...

Unilever uses Facebook chatbots to teach kids to brush their teeth

Unilever oral care brand Signal Pepsodent is using Facebook chatbots to encourage kids to brush their teeth.

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24/10/2016  |  Full story...

Snapcart turns shopping receipt data into cash

Snapcart, an Indonesian start-up app rewards people who send them photos of their shopping receipts with cash, is expanding to the Philippines.

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16/08/2016  |  Full story...

Facebook in South East Asia: 241 million connections

Facebook is booming in South East Asia, with 241 million people on Facebook in the region, 94% of them through mobile, according to new data.

05/04/2016  |  Full story...

Facebook takes internet.org to Indonesia despite criticism

Facebook's free internet initiative Internet.org has been officially launched in Indonesia, despite coming under criticism for threatening ‘net neutrality’ in India earlier this month.

24/04/2015  |  Full story...

Emerging markets to lead new growth for app publishers

Google Play and messaging apps are driving mobile app growth in emerging markets, with Brazil, Indonesia, Turkey and India leading the way, according to new research.

30/10/2014  |  Full story...

Ecommerce trends in South East Asia: Mobile shopping growing fast

Although PCs dominate in the majority of Southeast Asia markets, use of mobile phones for online shopping is growing in popularity across the region, according to new research.

22/09/2014  |  Full story...

Top smartphone apps in Southeast Asia: Facebook and Google Play lead way

Facebook has topped a ranking of smartphone apps in Southeast Asia, with LINE, WhatsApp, Google Play and Blackberry Messenger also proving popular, according to new research.

17/02/2014  |  Full story...

Gaining consumer trust: Filipino consumers turning to online ads

Traditional media such as TV remains the most trusted form of paid advertising in the Philippines, but digital media is catching up, according to new research.

17/02/2014  |  Full story...

Unilever targets 'low-end' mobile users in emerging markets

Unilever has partnered with mobile marketing firm Brandtone, as the FMCG giant looks to target low-end mobile users in emerging markets including China, India and Indonesia.

Watch this video from Brandtone, featuring Keith Weed, Unilever CMO, explaining the initiative below:

26/09/2013  |  Full story...

West behind East for mobile commerce adoption

Shoppers in Indonesia and Thailand almost twice as likely to shop using their mobile device and three times more likely to recommend items to friends on social platforms as US and European counterparts, according to new research. The study, from online retailer Rakuten, conducted a global survey into mobile shopping trends which reveals that countries in the Far East were nearly twice as likely as their western counterparts to shop via their mobile device, with 15% of Indonesians and 13% of Thais happy to shop from their handsets, compared to just 8% of Americans and 8% of Brits.

01/10/2012  |  Full story...

Online videos watched per user in Asia Pacific region

Japan has the highest number of online videos watched per user with 242.5, surpassing its closest contender Hong Kong by over 60 videos per user. The fewest videos watched per user were recorded in Indonesia with 53.5, four times less than Japan.

Online videos watched per user in Asia Pacific region. Japan has the highest number of online videos watched per user with 242.5, surpassing its closest contender Hong Kong by over 60 videos per user. The fewest videos watched per user were recorded in Indonesia with 53.5, four times less than Japan.

24/09/2012  |  Full story...

Online video usage in Asia Pacific countries

This chart shows the total number of unique online video viewers and the percentage of that countries web population that they represent. Vietnam and Hong Kong have the highest percentage of their web population engaging with online video with 89.8% and 88.7% respectively. India and Indonesia showed the lowest total percentage of web populations interacting with online video.

Online Video usage in Asia Pacific countries. This chart shows the total number of unique online video viewers and the percentage of that countries web population that they represent. Vietnam and Hong Kong have the highest percentage of their web population engaging with online video with 89.8% and 88.7% respectively. India and Indonesia showed the lowest total percentage of web populations interacting with online video.

24/09/2012  |  Full story...

Top 10 countries for video use: Asia Pacific

Vietnam has the highest proportion of online video viewers across the Asia Pacific region, but China dominates the market in terms of sheer numbers of viewers, according to new research. The study, from comScore, coincides with the introduction of its Video Matrix measurement service in Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines.

29/08/2012  |  Full story...

Twitter users hit half a billion: Top 20 countries revealed

Twitter has reached the half billion accounts mark in June 2012, including more than 140 million in the US alone, according to new research. The study, from Semiocast, indicates that user-base growth is slowing in Japan and Korea, yet Japan remains one of the most active countries. In June 2012, the top three cities by number of tweets were Jakarta, Tokyo and London.

01/08/2012  |  Full story...

Adspend growth in emerging markets: Global

This chart depicts the projected growth of global adspend between 2011-2014. It is predicted that 60% of the world's adspend growth over this 3-year period will come from developing markets. Projections show that by 2014, Brazil will be the fifth largest contributor to the global advertising market.

Adspend growth in emerging markets: Global. This chart depicts the projected growth of global adspend between 2011-2014. It is predicted that 60% of the world's adspend growth over this 3-year period will come from developing markets. Projections show that by 2014, Brazil will be the fifth largest contributor to the global advertising market.

02/07/2012  |  Full story...

Developing markets 'to deliver half global adspend growth'

Over the next three years nearly half (48%) of all the world’s growth in ad expenditure will come from just ten developing markets, including China, Russia, and Indonesia, according to new research. The study, from ZenithOptimedia, predicts that the four BRIC markets alone (Brazil, Russia, India and China) are forecast to account for 33% of global growth.

20/12/2011  |  Full story...

Deezer expands music streaming to 100 countries after Facebook pact

French music streaming service Deezer is set to launch in over 100 countries by the end of the year, following its partnership with Facebook. Speaking to Reuters, Chief Executive Axel Dauchez said that Deezer's approach differed from its rivals, such as U.S.-based Pandora and Sweden's Spotify, because it had decided to avoid the US market because of the high costs and intense competition involved.

20/10/2011

20/10/2011  |  Full story...

Top 10 markets for Facebook by % reach of visitors

Five of the top 10 markets for Facebook penetration are in Latin America. Facebook reached 90.9% of all online users in Chile, ranking as the third most highly penetrated market globally behind Philipines and Turkey.

Top 10 markets for Facebook by % reach of visitors. Five of the top 10 markets for Facebook penetration are in Latin America. Facebook reached 90.9% of all online users in Chile, ranking as the third most highly penetrated market globally behind Philipines and Turkey.<br />

13/10/2011  |  Full story...

Average time spent visiting blogs: Global

Japan led all markets in blog engagement, with the average visitor spending more than an hour (62.6 minutes) visitng blogs in June.

Japan led all markets in blog engagement, with the average visitor spending more than an hour (62.6 minutes) visitng blogs in June. Japan led all markets in blog engagement, with the average visitor spending more than an hour (62.6 minutes) visitng blogs in June.

21/09/2011  |  Full story...

Smartphones on the rise in Southeast Asia

Almost half of online consumers in Southeast Asian countries who say they do not own a smartphone, say they plan on buying a smartphone in 2011 according to a recent global online survey from The Nielsen Company. About a quarter (24%) of survey respondents said they already own a smartphone, up from 21 percent at the start of 2010.

Singapore led the region, with 46 percent of those surveyed saying they owned a smartphone, while Thailand and Malaysia posted the most aggressive growth in the sector, 47 percent and 35 percent, respectively.

03/06/2011

03/06/2011  |  Full story...

Digital Intelligence November 2010

Digital Strategy data - Digital Intelligence November 2010

After years of anticipating the mobile web, it seems most marketers are struggling to make it work for them. Latest research here in the UK revealed half of firms don't check their sites on mobiles - and we'd speculate that for those that do the findings can be pretty uncomfortable. Most brands fail to ensure their sites work well on mobile browsers, and fail to give consumers what they're most likely to be looking for on the move. Digital strategies need to play to the consumer's mindset as well as the strengths of the channel, and like the early days of the web, more brands get it wrong than right.

Exceptions include Gap in the US, where this month their Facebook places promotion (10,000 jeans for the first 10,000 consumers to use their mobiles to 'check-in' at their checkouts) was clearly a great route to crowd-sourcing in mobile social spaces, creating 10,000 signposts for other consumers to follow.

Facebook also had us adding more 'fan' badges as their online ad targeting propelled them to take nearly a quarter of US web display ads. For media planners the offer of campaigns with almost no media wastage is intoxicating, and even the British Royal Family are now targetable - embracing Facebook with the launch of their first monarchy page; time to become 'Friends' maybe?

And finally if you're a busy digital exec planning to escape off the grid this Christmas, rest assured you can now check your emails even while climbing Everest - thanks to the Nepalese telco planting the mountain's first 3G base station. You never need be away from email again!

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22/11/2010

Facebook use: Top 10 countries

Indonesia eclipses the United Kingdom as the second-largest Facebook market behind the united States, with 29.8 million users.

Facebook use: Top 10 countries. Indonesia eclipses the United Kingdom as the second-largest Facebook market behind the united States, with 29.8 million users.

15/11/2010

Top 10 countries for social networking (visits)

Millions of unique monthly visitors to socila networking sites in August 2010.
Top 10 countries for social networking. Millions of unique monthly visitors to socila networking sites in August 2010.

03/11/2010

Top 10 countries for social networking (time spent)

Average number of hours spent on social networking sites, per visitor in August 2010.

Top 10 countries for social networking (time spent). Average number of hours spent on social networking sites, per visitor in August 2010.

03/11/2010

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