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It will be crucial for marketers to research and learn how to optimize for these regional platforms when developing communications strategies in APAC On average 36% of the population aged 16 to 64 in APAC uses at least one social media platform Social media penetration in the region ranges from 12% of the population in India to 54% in South Korea However India leads APAC in growth of social media adoption with an 18% increase in penetration in 2015 Countries with more mature social media penetration like Japan and South Korea only experienced an average of 25% growth in the same period Furthermore these mature high-penetration countries only contribute to 10% of the 500 million Internet users accessing social media in APAC For our research of the APAC region we took into consideration the cultural factors that may influence and potentially limit the growth of social media usage in a particular region For instance we saw that social media users in India and Indonesia skew heavily male likely due to cultural standards that more readily grant men access to both the technology and education necessary for social media adoption Conversely the general population of social media users in other countries in the region is split more evenly by gender with certain platforms in each country skewing more heavily towards one or the other In South Korea for example Facebook Messenger and Twitter attract twice as many men as women Whereas in the Philippines Facebook Messenger and Skype skew heavily female This may be due in part to societal expectations for women to sustain strong personal relationships leading to higher reliance on the immediate and consistent communication afforded by messaging apps In addition to understanding social factors influencing who is using social media in APAC we dug a bit deeper to understand where individuals are engaging and interacting in the space Compared to other Western or Westernized global regions chat apps such as WeChat WhatsApp and Kakao are especially popular throughout APAC Despite Facebook’s ubiquitous popularity in Western countries the 15-billion-user platform only ranks first in the Philippines Indonesia and Australia based on monthly active users The average percent of Internet users who currently access Facebook via desktop and/or app in APAC is 41% with Japan and South Korea falling below this average Although these countries lead APAC in social media adoption by percent of population only 15% of Japan’s Internet users are active on Facebook while South Korea has double that percentage at 30% By comparison 62% of Internet users in Indonesia 58% in the Philippines and 51% in India are on Facebook Twitter’s average user penetration in APAC on the other hand only reached 24% of total Internet users with Indonesia the Philippines and India leading The strong penetration among Internet users of these platforms is likely due in part to the large population of native English speakers in the region Despite India’s potential for growth there are very real cultural factors that skew the social media population towards males and platform-level skews on Facebook and Twitter in a country like Indonesia suggest a similar cultural bias rooted in gender APAC Facebook Usage by Country Takeaways: 360i’s Insights and Global Planning Committee contributed to this postWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Nagpur | Published: December 16 2014 8:39 pm Related News The state government is likely to seek an additional package of Rs 3500 crore from the centre to provide relief and rehabilitationpackage to the farmers adversely hit by the hail storm and unseasonal rains last week Highly placed sources in the government revealed to India Express “There is no end to the demand for meeting the emergency situation But apart from the Rs 7000 crore short term and Rs 34500 crore for drought we now want package for hailstorm hit farmers” The exact amount is still being worked out for the crop losses During a discussion in the Legislative Council Revenue Minister Eknath Khadse said horticulture crops like grapes mango and banana cultivated on 60000 hectares land were completely damaged due to rains and hailstorm in November-December “This is very critical time for the farmers and therefore the government has decided to provide assistance of Rs 25000 per hectare to the affected horticulture farmers; Rs 15000 per hectare for affected irrigated land and Rs 10000 per hectare for non-irrigated land The cash would be credited to farmer’s bank accounts directly” Khadse said The revenue minister indicated that state government will have to strengthen the weather warning network to periodically alert thefarmers He also said there is need for a mechanism on the lines of methods used in countries like Spain and Italy to protect the fruits from hailstorm through a shed However the details will have to be discussed and evolved he added Khadse’s relief and compensation however was not acceptable to the Congress and NCP leaders Senior NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal said “The state government has not explained how much funds it would release for the hailstorm hit farmers How they intend to immediately provide the funds to the affected farmers” According to Ajit Pawar “The government should immediately appoint guardian ministers who can tour the affected regions and convene a meeting of local MLAs officials and set the administration to work” In state council senior leaders Manikrao Thakre Sanjay Dutt and NCP’s Sunil Tatkare adopted aggressive posture against government’s apathy towards farmers The Government is also considering to provide Rs 5 lakh compensation to the family of debt-ridden farmers who committed suicide Khadse said adding that talks are being held with insurance companies on this issue For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Ballia (up) | Published: May 23 2015 9:56 pm Related News A 16-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by two ward boys of a private hospital in Bansdeeh area police said on Saturday According to the victim’s complaint she was raped by ward boys Sarvottam Chaubey and Shivam Pandey last night when she had gone to the private hospital for her mother’s treatment they said An FIR has been lodged and both the ward boys have been arrested police said adding that investigation is underway For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: February 19 2017 3:45 pm Top News India has the potential to become a medical tourism hub and the Modi government has taken several measures including making the health services affordable and accessible to all Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said Sunday The measures taken by the Narendra Modi government have ensured that the quality medical services are available at affordable price to the poor he said inaugurating a medical camp in suburban Bandra The Minister of Minority Affairs said the BJP-led dispensation has been working on priority basis to strengthen medical services and has allocated in the Budget thousands of crores of rupees to the public health sector Watch what else is making news: He said in a revolutionary step to provide affordable quality heart-related healthcare for all the Centre on February 13 issued a notification fixing the ceiling the prices of coronary stents The step would bring down the cost of coronary stents by about 380 per cent said Naqvi who is also Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs He said the new ceiling prices will promote `Make in India’ initiative in a big way Seeing the large number of patients and future requirement foreign companies will also try to make stents in India to cut costs and remain competitive At present the market size of India made stents is roughly 30 per cent the Minister said Naqvi said the Modi Government has been working on war footing to provide better health services in the rural areas as well Given the Government’s focus on the health sector and availability of a vast pool of professionals India has the potential to become a “medical tourism hub” he said He asked the medical professionals to take their job as a mission Commercial interest alone should not dominate this mission to provide affordable and accessible health facilities for all Naqvi said Terming the large resource of talented doctors and medical professionals as a matter of pride for India he said “We need support of these dedicated medical professionals to make our health services affordable and accessible” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News sex or place of birth.
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