Comments on: "Egypt Elections Round 1" (6)

  1. […] Understanding the new Egypt consumer December 14, 2011 While politics is consuming most of the conversations in Egypt, how can brands find a way to connect with the new Egypt consumer. Well, being supportive is a start. Precious de Leon print | email | discuss As the world watches Egypt step into a new chapter in its history, media monitoring company Social Eyez has compiled a Buzz Report analysing how the world of Social Media is bearing witness these events. […]

  2. […] Social Media ← Buzz Report: Egypt Elections […]

    • Thanks, Alf!On this side of the globe, my day has been a mix of Al Jazeera’s live straem, Twitter and Facebook. To follow and understand what’s happening, and to share and communicate with others (who care and have an interest, and whom I lived and worked with when I was in Cairo).“Seeing a 140 character tweet is not going to overthrow the Mubarak regime. But it can be a call to action, inspire others to take to the streets and realize that there are others like you who want to see political change.”Exactly.

  3. […] few weeks ago SocialEyez published a Buzz-Report on the Social Media trends of the first round of elections in Egypt. The result showed that 75% of Egyptians were in favor of the election although a majority […]

  4. its time for change and for revolution also

  5. No matter if some one searches for his necessary thing, so he/she wishes to be available
    that in detail, thus that thing is maintained over here.

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