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This report offers a thorough, in-depth review of all the key stats for the Social, Digital and Mobile landscape around Middle East, North Africa and Turkey. Packed with more than 140 slides covering 20 key countries around the region, this report has been designed by wearesocial.sg
The Wamda Research Lab (WRL) in partnership with Google and Taghreedat, conducted a study as part of the Arabic Web Days initiatives, and created an overview report of the region’s Arabic digital infrastructure and the primary challenges faced by entrepreneurs in the ecosystem.
Dubai was the 4th most visited city in the world after London, Paris and Bangkok and had the world’s highest visitor per resident ratio from 4.9 visitors per resident in 2009 to 5.7 in 2015. Check out this cool infographic compiled by GoGulf.com.
According to recent findings, 90% of shoppers with access to mobile internet in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and 60% in Egypt, rely on mobile browsing “to check prices and product reviews” as they stroll through the mall. Check out Wamda to see the report by On Device Research.
The GCC has 90 million internet users, and in 2012 they spent over USD 9 billion online. By 2015, the region will be spending USD 15 billion online. This infographic was published on Arabian Gazette and compiled by GoGulf.com.
Across the Middle East, internet users spend at an average of more than 2 hours online every day, which includes 100 million Google searches. This infographic published on Arabian Gazette was a result of a study on MENA internet user demographics by Smart Touch Advertising and Promotions.