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  1. The World Welcomes 2014 on Twitter, Reveals Usage Patterns

    While the volume is low, the term trended in the regions you would expect it to trend: the Middle East and North Africa (Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq). New Year's Eve is possibly the only event that is celebrated all around the world regardless of...

  2. On International Women's Day, Marketers Share Challenges & Reasons to Celebrate

    I grew up and spent most of my life (so far) in Egypt, where we didn't recognize, let alone celebrate International Women's Day,” El-Shinnaway said. My great grandmother, the first female to hold office in the Egyptian Ministry of Education, my...

  3. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    The incidence of mobile search is also high in other developing markets, including the other emerging economic powerhouses of the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and the CIVETS grouping (Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey, and...

  4. Why Facebook Ad Haters Are Wrong – Here’s How Marketers Can Do Better

    The number of "likes" it attracted from Egypt and the Philippines was out of proportion to other countries targeted such as the US and UK,” wrote Cellan-Jones. Companies were targeting internationally, but getting the majority of fans from...

  5. CIVETS: New Global Marketing Opportunities in Emerging Economies

    Many economists regard the CIVETS countries – Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey, and South Africa – as the next wave of fast growing emerging economies. South Africa has a population of 49 million and a lower median age of 25, while Egypt...

  6. Twitter’s Year in Review 2011: Egypt, Rebecca Black, Social Good

    Top Twitter Hashtags of 2011 egypt  tigerblood  threewordstoliveby  idontunderstandwhy  japan  improudtosay  superbowl  jan25 The democratic awakening in Egypt made #egypt the most used hashtag of the year, with Mubarak’s resignation topping the...

  7. Wael Ghonim Leaving Google To Help With Egypt's Reorganization

    Wael Ghonim, the Google Middle East employee who was detained during the revolt in Egypt announced he will be taking a long-term leave of absence from the company to start a non-governmental organization in Egypt, Wired reported.