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eNewspapers Content Summary

The first dashboard here is by far the most interesting as it illustrates with real verified data which categories eNewspapers have been busy serving content for. Sports comes as a very popular category with 62.4% of eNewspapers including such a category, followed by local news and then economic news.

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Social Media Summary GCC

The four major social media platforms that continue to make impact in the GCC region are Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn at no specific order. The Social Media Summary dashboard below demonstrates the presence of the examined pool of e-newspapers on social media platforms. Such data, combined with the previous reports that examine the popularity of social media in each of the GCC countries only pose the question for media publishers about their digital media reach strategy.



Overview of eNewspapers performance



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Metrics Summary



Mobile Apps Summary GCC

Another very crucial channel for content distribution and revenue generation for e-newspapers is mobile applications, which continue to exhibit exponential growth in terms of share of readers. The report below shows how the surveyed e-newspapers connect with their target audience through mobile and which platforms they serve. The iPhones seem to be a priority for most of the e-newspapers over Android phones. Windows phones com at the bottom of the list that even the descendent BlackBerry shows better numbers than them.



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eNewspapers Rank Dashboard

One of the most important success indicators of any eNewspaper, as with any website, is increasing its overall traffic, which explains the urgent need to know where these newspapers will appear on the results pages on of search engines. The dashboard below shows the ranks of over 290 eNewspapers. The first column shows MOZ Domain Authority rank, which is a ranking mechanism developed by MOZ to predict the ranking of websites on search engine results pages. The second and third columns show Alexa Rank, which is a ranking system set by Alexa, a subsidiary of Amazon, that monitors and records the traffic volume of different websites.



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