The people who have come aboard in the past few years are spending their time in something that was overshadowed long ago in developed countries by apps: the mobile web browser.
One Place Events, an online event ticketing website based in Bangkok, analyzed data from recent ticket sales through their website in search of trends.
Social commerce is a unique phenomenon in Thailand, and an estimated one-third to half of total ecommerce GMV is happening on social platforms
Today, with all the friendly locals still very much around you on the street, you might find yourself reaching for the powerful fountain of information in your pocket – your smartphone.
Social networks are now so well established, that there are now a core 'top 5' social networks which are most popular which doesn't change from year-to-year.But, as we'll see in this post, the most popular social media sites vary...
Line has a reported 33 million users in the kingdom, making up the majority of Thailand's mobile population. It is one of Line's largest markets in Southeast Asia.
The biggest of online platforms have grown to a scale never before seen, and their users are increasingly international.
A new study released by McKinsey shows half of all people on Facebook are connected to someone in a different country, a number which has tripled in the past year. And an analysis of the over 50 million small businesses that use Facebook to find customers also shows 30% of their fans are from other countries.