Southeast Asia is experiencing rapid growth of the Internet, digital, social media and mobile activities. With more than 400 million Internet users in and double-digit growth in most segments and most countries of the region, the digital sector is booming and attracting a lot of interests.
With the largest digital population is Southeast Asia, Indonesia gathers a vibrant community of local and foreign bloggers in diverse themes. The following Top 50 blogs from Indonesia regroups the most popular blogs from thought-leaders and trendsetters in Indonesia, both in Indonesian and English.
With about 60 million Facebook users, the Philippines has one of the largest and most active population on the social network. It is therefore no surprise that it also counts numerous business pages on Facebook gathering millions of Filipino followers. Here are 30 of the most popular Facebook pages in the Philippines.
Thailand is often referred to as a digital center of Southeast Asia, regrouping many local and foreign bloggers relating their activities online. The following Top 50 blogs from Thailand gathers the most popular blogs from thought-leaders based in Thailand, both in Thai for the local market and English for the international one.
The Philippines is one of the most populated countries in Southeast Asia with a very active digital population. The following Top 50 blogs from the Philippines was created to regroup the archipel’s most popular blogs and help anyone find and learn from these thought-leaders and trendsetters in the Philippines and the broader region.
Malaysia is one of the most dynamic digital market in Southeast Asia with a profusion of famous blogs. The following Top 50 blogs from Malaysia was created to gather the most prominent blogs of the Malaysian online community and help everyone find and learn from digital thought-leaders and trendsetters of the region.
Singapore is home to a vibrant blogging community and an internet powerhouse of Southeast Asia. The following Top 50 blogs from Singapore was therefore created to list the pillars of the Singaporean online community and, for many of them, thought-leaders of the regional and global blogosphere.
Contracting famous people to endorse and promote a brand is not a new trend. However, the popularity of social media currently foster a little revolution in “influencer marketing”. A recent development in the Philippines help us understand new tactics to approach customers through influential people.
Indonesia is receiving a steadily increasing stream of visitors, but it is still lagging behind regional competitors in terms of number of tourists. To gain visibility on Internet, attract more visitors in individual hotels and for the Indonesian hospitality sector as a whole, it is critical to take advantage of technology and social media.
Malaysians are well versed in the use of mobile devices, Internet and social media, with high Internet and mobile penetration, and proficiency with social media. Among the leaders in Southeast Asia both in terms of volume and intensity of use, Malaysia has a strong potential to develop activities and business online.