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Posts Tagged ‘social media asia’

The 2 Best Ways to Get Asia-Pacific Social Media Users to Share Your Content [STUDY]

The 2 Best Ways to Get Asia-Pacific Social Media Users to Share Your Content [STUDY]

If you’re using social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to promote your products or services to users in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, what’s the best way to get them to become advocates for your brand and share your updates with their friends and families?

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Sina Weibo Now Available In Singapore And Indonesia

China’s Twitter, Sina Weibo, recently valued at $6 billion, isn’t slowing down.

The network has expanded to Singapore and Indonesia.

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Facebook, Twitter, Instagram – The Biggest Social Media Brands In Southeast Asia [INFOGRAPHIC]

As social media has effortlessly integrated itself into our everyday personal and professional lives, brands around the world have looked to capitalise on this rapidly-expanding phenomena by building highly-engaged, ROI-generating channels on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to target and liaise with fans, customers and prospects.

While the biggest brands in social media are still found in the U.S., the top businesses in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines also command huge followings across the major social networks. But who is the biggest?

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Facebook, Twitter Tops For Social Marketing In Asia, Pinterest Bigger Than Google+ [STUDY]

A new study has revealed the growing importance of social media as a marketing tool in Asia, with Facebook and Twitter leading the way.

Buddy Media surveyed 125 brands and agencies across a number of industries in 18 different countries across Asia, including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea and Thailand, and discovered that Facebook (88.8 percent), Twitter (66.4 percent) and YouTube (62.4 percent) were the social platforms of choice amongst all respondents.

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