Tag Archives: Tunisia

Carrington Malin

Ooredoo or just plain redo?

In the age of 24/7 online news and social media, what reaction should brands expect to receive from a major global announcement? Many marketers would expect the answer, and the preparation required to harness the benefit of such a reaction, … Continue reading

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Alexander McNabb

The Freedom Meme

A new report from the University of Washington’s Project on Information Technology and Political Islam comes to the conclusion that social media played a central role in the events we have all come to call ‘The Arab Spring’. Ever since … Continue reading

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Carrington Malin

Can we say Twitter revolution now? Can we?

There’s already been quite a lot written about the role of social media in the ousting of Tunisia’s President Ben Ali. Here’s our 2 cents worth, plus a list of useful links for anyone interested in learning about the role of social media in Tunisia’s regime change. Continue reading

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Alexander McNabb

Facebook bigger than newspapers? So what?

With Facebook hitting 15 million users in the Middle East & North Africa, more people subscribe to Facebook than get the newspaper. But what does that mean exactly? Continue reading

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Carrington Malin

15 Million MENA Facebook Users – Report

Facebook has become a force to be reckoned with in the Middle East and North Africa 15 million users in the region. Read more in Spot On PR’s MENA Facebook Demographics Report (May 2010). Continue reading

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Carrington Malin

Twitter & Customer Service Survey

Spot On PR’s 2010 customer service and Twitter survey found that 95% of Middle East & North Africa Twitter users surveyed welcomed brand engagement via Twitter. Continue reading

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Carrington Malin

Spot On PR’s MENA Twitter Demographics & User Habits Survey

Spot On Public Relations has published its first extensive Twitter Demographics & Habits Survey for the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Continue reading

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