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Showing posts with label Mexico. Show all posts

January 22, 2016

countries having the highest number of wifi hotspots

"countries having the  highest number of wifi hotspots"
"the biggest hot spots across the world"

The nations with highest and lowest wifi public hot spots mapped 




Presently there are  currently over 47 million WiFi hotspots available worldwide, which is expected to balloon to over 340 million in just the next four years

December 13, 2015

Nigeria and India leads mobile web traffic while ,UK& US ranks 17th and 19th

NIGERIA INDIA AND SOUTH AFRICA leads as nations with highest internet traffic from Mobile .Indonesia,Poland and Turkey makes up 3th to 6th rank. China ranks  9th in terms of mobile web traffic with 33% internet traffic coming from mobile. UK and US ranks 17th and 19th respectively

"global mobile internet traffic ranking of top 20 nations"Global mobile internet traffic is led by Nigeria , whose mobile internet consists of 76%followed by India with 65% internet traffic coming from mobile web. Number 3 was South Africa with 57% of their web traffic coming from online mobile internet


10 Nations that are most active on Twitter

The growth for Twitter is heavily  led by emerging nations including India and Indonesia , which will see the most consistent growth patterns  till 2018, and is slated to increase by well above 50% in 205-2016 
he US will remain the single largest country in terms of the number of individual Twitter users throughout our forecast, but currently, it still represents just over 20% of all Twitter users worldwide. - See more at: http://www.emarketer.com/Article/Emerging-Markets-Drive-Twitter-User-Growth-Worldwide/1010874#sthash.1k9BSv5i.dpuf



"10 Nations that are most active on Twitter"
According to emarketer projectons, after indonesia and India, Argentina, Mexico and Brazil will see much higher growrh rates as compared to developed nations However if you consider the top 10 Twitter countries, per capita use - Kuwait, Netherlands, Brunei, UK, USA, Chile, Ireland, Canada, Sweden, Puerto Rico ranks among the top 10 list


June 9, 2015

global tablet app preferences : developing vs developed nations


' global tablet vs mobile ap comparison "



 What is the number and the kinds of app that was downloaded  across Tablets ? The data shows the mobile apps downloaded  ( non gaming across tablets) and compares it across developed nation  like India, Brazil, Mexico and  China and developed nations like US, UK, Germany, Japapan and France 

clearly  this is where the downloads fromsmartphone and  tablet apps differ, 
While Smartphones are used for communication either via video or audio calls, messaging or photo and video sharing, Tablets were popular for recreational and learning purposes. Users are leveraging the bigger screens of Tablets to learn a new language, watch movies and Tv shows or read comics leisurely. -

April 24, 2015

ratio of web vs mobile spending in argentina , brazil and mexico

brazil argentina and mexico digital spending

Mobile internet spends vs web advertising spends 


Mobile Internet Spending across Latin american nations of Brazil ,Argentina and Mexico is led by Brazil which spends $249million on mobile internet followed by  Mexico with $214million and Argentina with $23.6million
Meanwhile web ad spends was dominated by Brazil  which spent $2.64billion  followed by Mexico's $1billion. Argentina ranked 3rd with a mere $460million spends on digital

March 24, 2015

Brazil vs Mexico vs Argentina : Digital spending as a percentage of total media spends


online media spends vs total media spends

Comparison of  percentage of digital spends out of total media spends in Brazil Argentina, Mexico and India 


Brazil  spends 14% on  digital spending as compared to total media spends of $18.8bilion. Mexico spends 20% on digital spends with$1billion spent on digital compared to $4.94 total media spends. This makes Mexico the  number 1 country compared to Brazil Argentina and India with the highest ratio of digital spends vs total media spends 

India  and  Argentina's digital spends is $740 and $460 million respectively , though India is ranked 2nd in media spending  just after  Brazil with $6.11 billion.

February 17, 2015

State Of Digital and Mobile Media Consumption : Argentina vs Brazil vs Mexico



MOBILE AND DIGITA MEDIA COMPARISON AMONG LATIN AMERICAN NATIONS

September 23, 2014

The Biggest Retailers in Unites States by dollar sales

Top 10  American retailers in 2013, based on  dollar retail sales (in billion U.S. dollars) | Statista
source : Statista
This ranking depicts the leading 100 American retailers in 2013, based on U.S. retail sales.
 In that year, Wal-Mart was the leading American retailer based on U.S. retail sales of 
about 334.3 billion U.S. dollars. Wal-Mart was founded by Samuel Moore Walton
 (1918-1992) in 1962. Wal-Mart's headquarters is situated in Bentonville, Arkansas and 
operates worldwide under different names (Walmex in Mexico and Best Price in India).

December 13, 2013

84% of Mexicans between the age of 13 to 15 have mobile phones


The infographic  shows the state of Mexico Online Landscape, according to IAB ( Internet  advertising Bureau ) The study shows  that Mobile usage in Mexico as conducted by Millward Brown , Havas Digital  shows the Habits of mobile devices usage patterns in Mexico


According to the study, 84% of Mexicans age 13 and older have some mobile and 6 out of 10 surf the Internet actively through them.

March 5, 2012

88% Web Traffic in Mexico Originates from Mobile and Tablets

Source: StatCounter Global Stats - Mobile Vendor (Beta) Market Share


In October 2011, comScore found that in Mexico, non-computer devices represented 2.9% of the country’s internet traffic. A closer look at the data shows that mobile phones, tablets and other non-computer connected devices represented 58%, 28% and 14% of Mexico’s mobile internet traffic, respectively.

Apple devices in Mexico had a clear lead over mobile internet devices running Android and other operating systems, with iOS taking a 60% share of mobile traffic in the country, according to comScore.