Archives 05/2015

Africa Blogging

re:publica15 – Berlin: Africa Blogging (upcoming project): Background – Africa has the largest growth of internet distribution in the world. With the increasing spread of the internet, social media has become more important in every-day life of African people. In a region where traditional media lacks – due to the absence of infrastructure, corruption, State influence or poor wages – relevant quality for being a real pillar of democracy, social media activists become an increasingly important source of information; they also contribute to the diversity of opinion.

Social Networks - Growth in Users

The new GWI Social report (download a free summary here), provides some pretty clear patterns in evidence when it comes to growth in active users during the last year. Of the biggest social platforms globally, Facebook is the only one to have seen a decline in the numbers who think of themselves as active users, with a 8% drop. Meanwhile, the chasing pack of YouTube, Twitter and Google+ have all experienced steady rises of between 7-13%. But it’s the smaller and more specialized platforms which are growing at the quickest rates, with Pinterest (+97%) and Tumblr (+94%) recording by far the biggest and most impressive increases. Of course, some context is crucial here. It’s easier...

LISOF

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Agbiz Website

This month’s update includes the launch of the PowerBar SA eCommerce site, Studio Stirling, Adelle Wapnick Consulting Services, GHI Architectural hardware and the refreshed AGBIZ (Agricultural Business Chamber) website. Upcoming projects include HICA (the 2015 Hotel Investment Conference Africa), Karin Miller Art, Turf AG…