Thursday, July 13, 2017

State of Philippines Social Media and Digital as of January 2017

Where is the Philippines now in terms of Social Media and Digital?

This is the video lecture I use in my Digital Marketing classes. The data is as of January 2017 and the reference files are indicated below.


 Here is a good infographic summary:





Below is a summary of the Philippine data which was the "extracted" report created annually by Third Team Digital Media and uploaded January 2017 from the data by We Are Social and Hootsuite.



The State of Social Media and Digital in the Philippines for 2017 from Fleire Castro

This was the source data...

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A snapshot of internet, social media, and mobile use in every country in the world. This report is part of a suite of reports brought to you by We Are Social and Hootsuite - read the other reports for free at http://www.slideshare.net/wearesocialsg/presentations...
2017 Digital Yearbook from We Are Social Singapore

Pls. comment with at least 1 set of insight and action as a result of the above information... Pls. comment below. (Also, where applicable, pls. compose your answer first in your blog. Then copy the url of your blogpost as well as the content of the blogpost in the comment portion. Pls. see my sample comment at the bottom of this blogpost.

Sample Comment for this post:
http://www.josephdeungria.com/2017/07/state-of-philippines-social-media-and.html
Insight: Filipinos are a patient audience. They spend more time on the internet partly because of the slow internet speeds.
Action: Content on my internet pages should put a higher priority on speed of loading on low end mobile phones with slow connections rather than dazzling but slow.

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2 comments:

Bong De Ungria said...

http://www.josephdeungria.com/2017/07/state-of-philippines-social-media-and.html
Insight: Filipinos are a patient audience. They spend more time on the internet partly because of the slow internet speeds.
Action: Content on my internet pages should put a higher priority on speed of loading on low end mobile phones with slow connections rather than dazzling but slow.

Van Espen-Boonen Fabien said...

https://wordpress.com/post/fabvanespen.wordpress.com/63
Insight: Philippines has the third lowest fixed internet connection speed at average of 4.2 mbps.
Action: The internet provider in the Philippines should install the necessary infrastructure in order to improve the speed of the internet connection.