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Life On Demand: Social Media In The Middle East [INFOGRAPHIC]

How are they using social media in the Middle East?

Performics surveyed users in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE and discovered that 85 percent of respondents have at least one social media account and 60 percent visit a social network daily. Moreover, citizens in these regions are joining Twitter faster than any other social platform.

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Facts, Figures & Statistics – Social Media Usage In The Middle East [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that with more than three million active Twitter users, and a 300 percent year-on-year growth rate, Saudi Arabia ranks number one in the world as the fastest-growing Twitter nation? Moreover, Arabic is the fastest-growing language on Twitter, and 88 percent of the Middle East’s online population uses one or more social networking sites each day.

Indeed, social media usage throughout the Middle East is very much on the rise, with Facebook, Twitter and Google+ all popular in varying degrees through the Gulf region, and LinkedIn has a particularly strong presence in the business-focused UAE.

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Social Media’s Impact On The Arab Business World [INFOGRAPHIC]

A survey conducted by the Dubai School Of Government (DSG) has revealed the extent to which social media is impacting the Arab world, increasingly proving itself as a valuable force for entrepreneurs and businesses.

The DSG polled close to 5,000 social media users in Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Lebanon, Oman, Egypt and Jordan, and discovered that almost nine-in-ten (86 percent) believe that social media empowers entrepreneurs through branding and marketing, tapping into wider markets and raising entrepreneurial spirit within enterprise.

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