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Published on December 31st, 2008 | by Babar Bhatti

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Pakistanis Are Big On Social Networking






A detailed report from Universal McCannon social networking trends shows that Pakistani users are fast adopting social networking. The popularity of social networking in Pakistan is no surprise, given the high numbers (percentage and overall) of youth, growing access to Internet and a culture inclined toward sharing and social activities. The telecom reform and subsequent growth of access to social networks through Internet and smart phones has contributed to this. For example, look at the number of blog readers and social network participants. This number could be much higher if a) obstacles to broadband could be removed and b) an Internet exchange is developed within the country and c) useful local content generation is encouraged.


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0 Responses to Pakistanis Are Big On Social Networking

  1. Jawwad Ahmad says:

    Can any body have analysis for market leader telecom com on the basis of their financial data

  2. Sam says:

    Babar would you mind to discuss or explain your idea that what do you mean by “Perhaps this can introduce new models for offshore work for Pakistani youth?”?

  3. Babar Bhatti says:

    Ali – Social networking by itself is neither good nor bad, its how we use it. It is an extension of the Internet of today and cannot be avoided. We need to have positive ways to take this interest and to turn it into something productive and useful. Perhaps this can introduce new models for offshore work for Pakistani youth?

  4. Ali says:

    not sure if Pakistan’s name in this list is something to be proud of? It could go either way. I believe that being a populous nation with a significant portion in their 15-25 is the biggest contributing factor for this category.

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