Category: Indonesia

Yahoo Asia: Old-Style Journalism Meets Bloggers

Yahoo Southeast Asia appears to have developed a rather successful formula for mixing old-style journalism with new media. ComScore ranks the portal as number one for news in four of five Southeast Asian markets. The key to this success has been reach and diversity of content, according to the site’s managing editor, Alan Soon. I
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Indonesia: The Next Big Thing in Digital

This infographic and below video were created by students of Michael Netzley at Singapore Management University. Nice work, @hicais, @mavechan, @sugerine and @trixiayong! Any of you interested in a summer internship at Ogilvy? Send me an email. More from Netzley’s students can be seen on the class wiki.
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Analysis of Indonesian Twitter Use

Indonesia is now the source of 15 percent of the world’s Tweets, coming in third place globally behind the US and Brazil, according to the below recent analysis by Saling Silang. Indonesia’s Tweets peak on Thursdays, but weekends are highly active……On weekends, Indonesians send out more Tweets per person than at any other time during
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Teens now drive Indonesia's mobile phone market

With mobile phones coming to Indonesia before everyone had landlines, Southeast Asia’s most populous nation leapfrogged into the mobile era. By 2005 only a quarter of Indonesian homes had landlines, while mobile penetration stood at 20 percent. Now, five years later, more than half the population has mobile phones and the number of landlines has
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