Readership

SA Unique Browsers 21,294,687 Down SA Page Views 532,094,689 Down
SA Unique Browsers from mobile devices 12,168,313 Up Mobile Page Views 249,958,201 Up

The above figures are for traffic across DMMA member sites for December 2013.

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    IAB South Africa seeks to appoint a Fulltime Country Manager

    The IAB South Africa (formerly Digital Media and Marketing Association) is seeking an experienced and qualified candidate to join us as IAB Country Manager in South Africa. The Country Manager’s key role will be to plan and manage the organisation’s operations; member and industry relations as well as to identify new areas of opportunity and Read more…

  • The DMMA joins global digital body and rebrands as IAB South Africa.

    The DMMA (Digital Media & Marketing Association) joins the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), which is dedicated to growing the global digital industry. From today, the DMMA will be known as the IAB South Africa. “IABs around the world help build markets; bring likeminded members together and ensure that standards and guidelines are set for global Read more…

  • Call for participation in SA Digital Media Benchmarking Study – DIGIDEX SA

    The launch of the DigiDex SA study was announced by the DMMA, MMA and Digital Warrior today. On the 1st of February 2014 the data collection of DigiDex SA will commence, and the industry bodies call upon clients and agencies alike to participate. The objective of the study is to establish and create South African Read more…

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    WoodWing Survey “Trends 2014”: Multi-channel top of the agenda – print to survive

    A study conducted by WoodWing Software from mid-December to mid-January examined relevant publishing technology trends for 2014. A total of 125 participants – mainly from the Americas, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region – answered four multiple-choice questions about their publishing strategies and the use of social media. The submissions came mainly from newspaper, magazine and Read more…

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    eCommerce in South Africa has seen increased adoption by furniture retailers

    The global success of online shopping has given rise to the widespread adoption of eCommerce ventures by furniture retailers wishing to capture the potential of this ever-growing market. Largest online retail corporation, Amazon.com, saw its initial success as an online bookstore; however it is no longer quite so exclusive, its catalogue has extended. Amazon now Read more…

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