South African advertisers’ use of Facebook is on the up and up, while Twitter is falling in effectiveness when compared with that social network that Mark Zuckerberg created. That’s the view of Mike Wronski, founder of Fuseware and business development…
Ornico CEO, Oresti Patricios shared some key findings from the SA Social Media Landscape Report 2017 with Jeremy Maggs on the Financial Mail's Redzone.
Mobile communication is one of the most-transformative technologies ever unleashed, and even reaches parts of the world where reliable electricity and running water are luxuries. There are some 7.2bn mobile connections in the world, compared to 1.6bn TVs and 4.2bn television viewers - writes Nunu Ntshingila, Facebook’s Head of Africa.
The 2017 SA Social Media Landscape Report is South Africa’s definitive research report on social media. It contains in-depth analysis of each social media network in South Africa. It includes a comprehensive survey of over 110 corporate companies and digital agencies in South Africa.
The 2017 SA Social Media Landscape Report is South Africa’s definitive research report on social media. It contains in-depth analysis of each social media network in South Africa.
Ornico and the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) announced today that would launch an annual publication called Open Africa on Thursday 08 September 2016 at 17h30 at GIBS.
Close on 60% of South Africa’s population is under the age of 34. We’re a young nation, and mainstream media portrays this majority as beloved of bling. But just how much do we know about SA’s youth market, who they are, and where they are going? Andrew Miller weighs in.
Supersport; The Expresso Show; Pick n Pay and Mercedes Benz SA are Africa’s top performing brands on social media for the month of October 2015, according to the Africa Brand Index.
In the beginning there was the banner advert. And lo, the banner advert was good. But banners and other traditional digital advertising are no longer quite cutting it. Research from the Content Marketing Institute shows that consumers reject banners at a rate that is greater than 99%.
Photographer, Lebz Skywalker believes there’s a healing aspect to the selfie mania. “I think people are looking inwards,” he says.