Tagged : Damian Radcliffe

26 Jan

Infographic: Understanding Social Media in the Middle East

by Damian Radcliffe

Last week we published our 2013 round-up of Social Media in the Middle East, in a set of slides which pulled together some of the key data points and developments that we had seen across MENA’s social scene over the past 12 months. But because Digital Qatar readers are busy people, we realize that not everyone will have time to […]

20 Jan

Social Media in the Middle East: The Story of 2013

by Damian Radcliffe

One of our most popular presentations from the past 12 months highlighted key social media developments across the Middle East during 2012. As a result, we decided to do the same thing looking back at 2013. You can see the results of these efforts below and what they show is that the local social media […]

08 Jul

Our 25 top MENA and global ICT stories from Q2 2013

by Damian Radcliffe

The last three months have seen the publication of a number of detailed research reports looking at the ICT experience of users in the Middle East. These include: New data on MENA Internet usage, The publication of the 5th Arab Social Media Report, A report into Arab Media Use which demonstrated how social networks (and […]

07 Apr

Top Q1 Digital Developments from MENA and around the world

by Damian Radcliffe

Readers of Digital Qatar may have spotted some of our semi-regular round-ups highlighting digital and tech developments in both the Middle East and globally. These “Digital Digests” take the form of slides which you can download, share, embed or use for your own purposes (just be sure to credit us!). The 2012 issues proved to be very popular, […]

18 Feb

Our Top 10 Social Media Developments In MENA

by Damian Radcliffe

If you’re on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter – and I suspect most Digital Qatar readers are – then it’s easy to forget that actually you’re in a minority. Most other people in the region aren’t on social networks, but they are joining – and engaging – in ever increasing numbers. For example, 36,000 new people […]