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How did Social Media change Egypt?!

My presentation at the Arab IGF in Kuwait 9-11 Oct. 2012

Fady Aziz

on 21 October 2012

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Transcript of How did Social Media change Egypt?!

Revolution, democracy and economy How did Social Media change Egypt?! Revolution Democracy Facebook was people’s “Resort” & they “Expressed” how they “Felt” towards “the given situation”.
Twitter was flooded with tweets about the number of people, their place, their directions, the police reaction towards the protesters, Etc! Influence Facebook users almost 12 M
Representing 70% of online population
Representing 20% of overall population

Twitter is around 300K with major influence
Top 10 influential tweeps are activists/media-activists
Local trends arise like #Cairotraffic

Linkedin is 600K Elections Hamdeen Sabahy also dominated specifically Facebook & Twitter Specific Share of Voice Social Media Monitoring for Egypt presidential elections 2012 15/06/2012 Hamdeen Sabahy, Ahmed Shafik, Mohamed Morsi,Amr Moussa and Abol Fotouh This part of the report presents data about the interactions online, about the presidential candidates during the first round of elections, specifically for top five candidates Social Media Monitoring for Egypt presidential elections 2012 15/06/2012 Ahmed Shafik and Mohamed Morsi Then, we went deeper in comparison between the two finalists Social Media Monitoring for Egypt presidential elections 2012 15/06/2012 On Twitter Ahmed Shafik is almost triple mentioned as Morsy 575,045 mentions 1.4 M mentions Overall Influence Social Media Monitoring for Egypt presidential elections 2012 15/06/2012 Media After the revolution there was a boom in number of new satellite channels.
Social Media highly affected the highly rising traditional media and satellite channels
Social timings where 9PM on twitter, 10AM on facebook, where comics dominated ECONOMY Entrepreneurship Techpreneurs on the rise in Egypt
Focusing on local problems
Accelerators, contests, mentoring Tourism Bringing back positive image about Egypt
Online influence for branding Egypt as a multi-experience destination.
More room nights booked. Thank you Fady Ramzy
Interact Egypt Co-Founder Fady@interactEgypt.me
@Cyberzizo Arab IGF
Kuwait, Sept 9-11
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