Digital Marketing Statistics Singapore 2019

digital marketing singapore statistics

Due to the continuous increase in Singapore’s total population to about 5.83 million, there has also been a rapid growth in the number of internet users within the country over recent years.

top internet statistics in singapore

There are about 4.92 million internet users in Singapore in which 4.30 million are active social media users. In addition, the penetration rate for social network and social media users is 72% and 79% respectively (source: We Are Social’s annual The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

Eight in ten Singaporeans are active social media users, and this amount is almost double the global average of 45%.

Furthermore, Singaporeans spend at least 7 hours and 2 minutes every day online with 2 hours and 8 minutes for social media platforms.

Over 80% of Singapore’s population use smartphones, resulting to the city-state having one of the highest smartphone penetration rates in the world, among other mobile devices such as tablets and wearable devices.

  • Average daily time spent using the internet on any device: 7 hours 02 minutes.
  • Average daily time spent using social media via any device: 2 hours 08 minutes.
  • Average daily TV viewing time (broadcast, streaming and video on Demand): 2 hours 26 minutes.
  • Average daily time spent listing to streaming music: 1 hour 01 minute.

Internet use: Device perspective based on active internet user data, and active use of internet-powered mobile services

  • Total number of active internet users: 92 million
  • Internet users as a percentage of total population: 84%
  • Total number of active mobile internet users: 58 million
  • Mobile internet users as a percentage of total population: 79%

Internet users by different perspectives 

Internet users on different perspectives

  • Internet world stats: 4.84 million
  • ITU (International Telecommunication Union): 4.92 million
  • World Bank: 4.92 million
  • CIA world Factbook: 4.68 million

Frequency of internet user

(How often internet users access the internet for personal reasons with any device)

  • Every day: 93%
  • At least once per week: 5%
  • At least once per month: 1%
  • Less than once per month: 1%

Device usage

  • Mobile phone (any type): 95%
  • Smart phone: 91%
  • Laptop or Desktop computer: 71%
  • Tablet device: 42%
  • Television (any kind): 86%
  • Device for streaming internet content to tv: 15%
  • E-reader device: 4%
  • Wearable tech device: 7%

Mobile connection by type

Based on the number of cellular connections

 

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What Mobile Connections by Type Did Singaporeans Use

  • Total number of mobile connections: 37 million
  • Mobile connection as percentage of total population: 144%
  • Percentage of mobile connections that are pre-paid: 36%
  • Percentage of mobile connections that are Post-paid: 64%
  • Percentage of mobile connections that are Broadband (3G&4G): 99% (The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

Social Media Marketing

  • Mobile subscriptions: 37 million. Percentage of total population is 144%
  • Internet users: 92 million; penetration: 84%
  • Active social media users: 60 million; penetration: 79%
  • Mobile social media users: 20 million with penetration 72%(The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

Annual digital growth (from Jan 2018-Jan 2019)

 

Statistics of Annual Digital Usage in Singapore

  • Internet users: increased by 1.9% which is +93 thousand
  • Active social media users: decreased by 4.2% which is -200 thousand
  • Mobile social media users: decreased by 2.3% which is -100 thousand

Most Popular Social Media Platforms

Facebook users in Singapore

statistics of number of facebook users in singapore

  • There were 4 430 000 Facebook users in Singapore in September 2019, which accounted for 6% of its entire population.
  • The majority of them were men – 51.1%.
  • People aged 25 to 34 were the largest user group (1 540 000).
  • The highest difference between men and women occurs for people aged 25 to 34, where men lead by 80 000 (Com, September, 2019).

Instagram users in Singapore

Statistics of the Number of Instagram Users in Singapore

  • There were 2 005 000 Instagram users in Singapore in September 2019, which accounted for 8% of its entire population.
  • Women: 2%
  • Men: 8%
  • The majority of them were women – 56.2%.
  • People aged 25 to 34were the largest user group (810 000).
  • The highest difference between men and women occurs within people aged 35 to 44, where women lead by 80 000 (Com, September, 2019).

Messenger users in Singapore

statistics facebook messenger users in singapore

  • There were 2 285 600 Messenger users in Singapore in September 2019, which accounted for 5% of its entire population.
  • Women: 49.8%
  • Men: 50.2%.
  • The slight majority of them were men – 50.2%.
  • People aged 25 to 34were the largest user group (870 000).
  • The highest difference between men and women occurs within people aged 25 to 34, where men lead by 50 000 (Com, September, 2019).

Linkedin users in Singapore

statistics of linkedin users in singapore

  • There were 2 691 000 Linkedin users in Singapore in September 2019, which accounted for 3% of its entire population.
  • People aged 25 to 34were the largest user group (1 600 000) (NapoleonCat.Com, September, 2019).

Twitter audience overview

statistics twitter audience in singapore

Based on twitter’s total addressable advertising audience

  • Number of people that Twitter reports can be reached with adverts on Twitter: 1 million
  • Percentage of adults aged 13+ that can be reached with adverts on Twitter: 19%
  • Quarter on quarter growth in twitter advertising reach: -0.05%
  • Percentage of Its ad audience that twitter reports is Female: 38%
  • Percentage of Its ad audience that twitter reports is male: 62%(The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

Snapchat Audience overview

statistics snapchat reach in singapore

Based on Snapchat’s total addressable advertising audience

  • Number of people that Snapchat reports can be reached with adverts on twitter: 0 thousand
  • Percentage of adults aged 13+ that can be reached with adverts on Snapchat: 11%
  • Quarter on quarter growth in Snapchat advertising reach: -21%
  • Percentage of Its ad audience that Snapchat reports is Female: 59%
  • Percentage of Its ad audience that Snapchat reports is male: 40%(The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

Search Marketing

Top 10 websites in Singapore 2019

Rank   Website

  1. google.com
  2. youtube.com
  3. facebook.com
  4. instagram.com
  5. google.com.sg
  6. wikipedia.org
  7. twitter.com
  8. yahoo.com
  9. reddit.com
  10. xhamster2.com

Top 10 websites Singaporeans visit comprise mostly search engines and social media sites:

  1. Google.com.sg
  2. YouTube
  3. Google.com
  4. Facebook.com
  5. Yahoo.com
  6. Wikipedia.org
  7. Reddit.com
  8. Live.com
  9. Qoo10.sg
  10. Instagram 

Top YouTube Search Queries

statistics youtube queries in singapore

Search query-index

  1. Song-100
  2. Movie-91
  3. Songs-83
  4. Full movie-53
  5. Live-47
  6. Dance-39
  7. Singapore-32
  8. Music-29
  9. Baby-28
  10. BTS-26

Trending Searches in Google Last Year (2019 results not out yet)

  1. World Cup
  2. Malaysia Elections
  3. Australian Open 2018
  4. Najib Razak
  5. Stan Lee
  6. Thai Cave Rescue
  7. Black Panther
  8. Trump-Kim Summit
  9. Meghan Markle
  10. Avengers: Infinity War

The Malaysia elections, which saw the Pakatan Harapan coalition ending the 61-year rule of Barisan Nasional, also came in second on the trending international news list. Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak came in fourth among trending searches and international news.

The Trump-Kim summit was also on Singaporeans’ minds, as it topped the Singapore news trends. The summit, which was held at the Capella Hotel in Sentosa, was the first-ever meeting between a sitting United States president and a North Korean leader. Tech and electronics exhibitions were also popular among locals, with the Singapore Comex 2018 and IT Show 2018 being the top trending events in Singapore this year. Apple’s new flagship smartphone, the iPhone XS, was No. 1 among trending gadgets.

Singaporeans also had their eyes on superhero movies this year, with Marvel blockbusters Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War featuring on the list of trending searches (source: straitstimes.com, 2019).

Trending Singapore News searched in Google Last Year (2019 results not out yet)

  1. Trump-Kim Summit
  2. Crazy Rich Asians
  3. GST Voucher
  4. Polar Bear Inuka
  5. SG Bonus
  6. Daryl Aiden Yow
  7. Budget 2018 Singapore
  8. Ben Davis
  9. Asean Summit 2018
  10. Habitat by Honestbee

Singaporeans prefer to shop online using desktop rather than mobile device, according to the Picodi survey 2019

Based on a survey released by Picodi, Singaporeans prefer to shop online using their desktops (62%) compared to their smartphones (35%). Despite the global blooming of mobile commerce, only 1 out 3 transactions was made with the use of a mobile device in 2018.

On top of that, when Singaporeans do use their phone for shopping, the average order value was only S$96, which is about S$8 lesser than when they use desktops (S$104) and S$25 lesser when using tablets.

Apart from Singapore, other Asian countries that do more desktop shopping compared to mobile shopping are Malaysia (68%) and Indonesia (57%).

However, if we look at countries that have the highest online purchases made with smartphones, Peru tops the chart with 76%, followed by Nigeria (62%) and Thailand (56%). (source: https://www.theonlinecitizen.com)

Web Design and Optimization

Desktop Windows Version Market Share in Singapore – September 2019

  • Win10 —72.47%
  • Win7—18.31%
  • Win8.1—5.07%
  • Win8—2.96%
  • WinXP —0.47%
  • Win98—0.38%

Mobile & Tablet Android Version Market Share in Singapore – September 2019

  • 9.0 Pie58.–77%
  • 8.1 Oreo9.–85%
  • 8.0 Oreo8.–14%
  • 6.0 Marshmallow6.–13%
  • 7.0 Nougat5.–45%
  • 7.1 Nougat5.–36%

Being mobile optimised is more important than ever as Singaporeans are switching from PC to mobile platforms.

Mobile Operating Systems

Percentage Market Share

Mobile Operating System Market Share in Singapore – September 2019

Android

62.95%

iOS

36.3%

Samsung

0.39%

Unknown

0.18%

BlackBerry OS

0.15%

Windows

0.02%

Source: https://gs.statcounter.com

96% of marketers agree that mobile marketing works, with two thirds already incorporating mobile as a regular marketing channel (Experian, 2019)

Email Marketing

In 2019, many Singaporeans who do manage to go on a holiday still stay connected to work, the survey found. About five in 10 admitted that they tend to stay connected to work during their holidays.

Almost 80 per cent checked their emails or voicemail at least once. Of these, 27 per cent do so at least once a day.

One in three said that they are expected to be available constantly by their supervisors. This is the third highest percentage across the globe, behind India and Malaysia. Source: https://www.todayonline.com

Here’s a summary of the email marketing statistics for 2019: 

  1. The number of active email users is forecasted to reach 4.3 billion in 2022.  
  2. 269 billion emails were sent and received each day. 
  3. Average expected ROI is $32 for every $1 you spend on email marketing. 
  4. 81% of small businesses rely on email as their primary customer acquisition channel, and 80% for retention. 
  5. The average open rate for a welcome email is 82%.
  6. Emails with personalised subject lines generate 50% higher open rates. 
  7. Sending 3 abandoned cart emails results in 69% more orders than a single email.  
  8. Videos added to your email increase click rates by 300%. 
  9. 49% of consumers would like to receive promotional emails from their favourite brands. 
  10. 49% of all emails are opened on mobile devices.

Source: https://www.oberlo.com/blog/email-marketing-statistics

E-commerce & M-commerce

Financial inclusion factors

statistics of digital financial usage singapore

  • Has an account with a financial insituation: 98%
  • Has a credit card: 49%
  • Has a mobile money account: 5%
  • Makes online purchases and/or pay bills online: 57%
  • Percentage of women with a credit card: 49%
  • Percentage of men with credit card: 49%
  • Percentage of women making online transactions: 57%
  • Percentage of men making online transactions: 56%(The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

E-commerce activities:

Percentage of internet users who report performing each activities in the past month [survey based]

statistics of ecommerce activities in singapore

  • Seared online for product or service to buy: 89%
  • Visited an online retail store on the web (any device): 87%
  • Purchased product or service online 9any device): 73%
  • Make an online purchase via a laptop or desktop computer: 47%
  • Make an online purchase via a mobile device: 54%(The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

E-commerce spend by category

The total annual amount spend on consumer e-commerce categories, in US. Dollars

statistics of ecommerce expenditure in singapore

  • Fashion and beauty: $999.0 million
  • Electronics and physical media: $1. 080 billion
  • Food and Personal care: $647.0 million
  • Furniture and appliances: $726.0million
  • Toy, Diy & Hobbies: $658.0 million
  • Travel (Including accommodation): $3.641 billion
  • Digital music: 26.0 million
  • Video games: $85 million(The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

E-commerce growth by category

Annual Change in the total amount spend on consumer e-commerce categories
statistics of ecommerce growth by category in singapore

  • Fashion & beauty: +30%
  • Electronics and physical media: +31%
  • Food and Personal care: +47%
  • Furniture and appliances: +35%
  • Toy, DIY & Hobbies: +40%
  • Travel (Including accommodation): +7.9%
  • Digital music: +11%
  • Video games: +16%

E-commerce for consumer goods

statistics of ecommerce breakdown in singapore

  • Total number of people purchasing consumer goods via E-commerce: 4 million within +5.3% year on year change
  • Penetration of consumer goods e-commerce (total population): 69%
  • Value of the consumer goods e-commerce market (total annual sales revenue): $4.110 billion with +35% year on year change.
  • Average annual revenue per user of consumer goods e-commerce (Arpu): $1,037 with +31% year on year change. (The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

E-commerce spending in context:

Comparing e-commerce spend to point of sale spends, with e-wallet details

statistics of ecommerce spending in singapore

  • E-commerce spend per capital: $889 US dollar
  • Point of sale spend per capital in US dollars: $21,481
  • E-commerce spend as a share of retail spend: 4%
  • E-wallets’ share of e-commerce spend: 10%
  • E-wallets’ share of point of sale spend: 4%

Top Google Shopping Queries: Based on searches

statistics of top queries in google in singapore for spending

  1. Adidas: 100 index
  2. Lazada: 80 index
  3. Amazon: 60 index
  4. Ikea: 48 index
  5. Qoo10: 45 index
  6. Google: 31 index
  7. YouTube: 26 index
  8. Ebay: 19 index
  9. Q10: 12 index
  10. Lazada Singapore: 10 index

Connected money

Understanding internet users’ online financial activities

statistics of mobile commerce singapore

  • Use money banking: 64%
  • Make mobile payments: 36%
  • Purchase Items online using a mobile phone: 54%
  • Own some Form of Cryptocurrency: 6.4%

 E-publishing

One of the main trends within Social Media Advertising is the progressing monetisation of social networks and messenger apps. The integration of shopping and payment solutions into social networks combined with exact localisation will increase user engagement, conversions and performance of advanced targeting. Besides the growth potential in the field of social networks, an integration or proliferation of advertising spaces within messenger apps such as WhatsApp or Instagram will rapidly increase the revenue potential of current market key players like Facebook.

statistics of social media spend singapore

Ad spending in the Social Media Advertising segment amounts to US$63m in 2019.

statistics of desktop and mobile spending singapore

Ad spending is expected to show an annual growth rate (CAGR 2019-2023) of 19.0%, resulting in a market volume of US$126m by 2023.

68% of Singaporeans watch videos online not only on YouTube but also on special media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook. This makes video ads one of the best ways to reach out Singapore customers (MediaOne, 2019)

Social media has revolutionised the way Singaporeans communicate with each other and across borders. It has diversified and bettered the approach marketers use on both potential and current clients. For years now, here in Singapore, social media continues to be the best tool for marketers. You can testify to this if you were ‘online’ in the days of Friendster and Myspace.

Having been ranked with the 3rd highest GDP per capita by the UN Human Development Index, this is a clear indication that the economy of Singapore is prospering at a high rate. And, social media sites play an integral role in Singapore’s flourishing economy.

The primary reasons behind the penetration of social media into Singapore’s society include; the prevalence of internet and smartphone use as well as an increase in literacy levels. Currently, the number of internet users in Singapore is 4.83 million. Out of this enormous number, at least 4.71 million of them would rather access social media sites via mobile gadgets such as tablets, laptops, and smartphones. From early last year to date, Singapore has gained a 9% increment in the number of active social media users. Here is an analysis of the social media in 2019 for digital marketers in Singapore.

Additional Info

Over 80% of Singapore’s population use smartphones, resulting to the city-state having one of the highest smartphone penetration rates in the world, among other mobile devices such as tablets and wearable devices.

  • Mobile subscriptions: 37 million. Percentage of total population is 144%
  • Internet users: 92 million; penetration: 84%
  • Active social media users: 60 million; penetration: 79%
  • Mobile social media users: 20 million with penetration 72%

Based on a survey released by Picodi, Singaporeans prefer to shop online using their desktops (62%) compared to their smartphones (35%). Despite the global blooming of mobile commerce, only 1 out 3 transactions was made with the use of a mobile device in 2018.

Mobile connection by type

Based on the number of cellular connections

  • Total number of mobile connections: 37 million
  • Mobile connection as percentage of total population: 144%
  • Percentage of mobile connections that are pre-paid: 36%
  • Percentage of mobile connections that are Post-paid: 64%
  • Percentage of mobile connections that are Broadband (3G&4G): 99%

Mobile connectivity index

statistics mobile connectivity index in singapore

GSMA Intelligence’s assessment of key enablers and drivers of mobile connectivity; Out of the maximum possible score of 100

  • Overall country index score: 55, out of the maximum possible score of 100
  • Mobile network infrastructure: 63, out of the maximum possible score of 100
  • Affordability of devices and services: 03, out of the maximum possible score of 100
  • Consumer readiness: 40, out of the maximum possible score of 100
  • Availability of relevant content and services: 86, out of the maximum possible score of 100(The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

Mobile activities

statistics mobile activities in singapore

  • Percentage of internet users using mobile messengers: 92%
  • Percentage of internet users watching videos on mobile: 89%
  • Percentage of internet users playing games on mobile: 66%
  • Percentage of internet users using mobile banking: 64%
  • Percentage of internet users using mobile map services: 83% (The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

Mobile apps

Installs vs. usage: A closer look at the number of apps downloaded and installed, compared to the number of apps usage

statistics singapore for mobile apps

  • Number of mobile apps download during fall year 2018: 4 million
  • Total consumer spending on mobile apps during 2018 (US dollars): $399.3 million

Rankings of top mobile apps and games by average monthly active user throughout 2019

Ranking of mobile apps by monthly active users

statistics of mobile apps rankings in singapore

  1. Whatsapp messenger
  2. Facebook
  3. Instagram
  4. Facebook Messenger
  5. Grab
  6. Carousell
  7. Wechat
  8. Spotify
  9. Telegram
  10. DBS Digibank

Ranking of mobile games by monthly active users

  1. Pokemon GO
  2. Mobile legends: Bang Bang
  3. PUBG Mobile
  4. Clash Royale
  5. Candy Crush Saga
  6. Rules of Survival
  7. MapleStory M
  8. Brawl Stars
  9. Clash of Clans
  10. Candy Crush Soda Saga

Mobile app rankings: Downloads: Rankings of top mobile apps and games by the number of downloads

statistics of mobile app downloads in singapore

Rankings of mobile games by downloads

  1. PUBG Mobile
  2. Jump
  3. Mobile legends: Bang Bang
  4. Rules of Survival
  5. Word Link
  6. Love Balls
  7. Brawl Stars
  8. Toon Blast
  9. Hole.io
  10. Happy Glass

Ranking of mobile apps by downloads

  1. Whatsapp
  2. Facebook Messenger
  3. Grabfood
  4. Facebook
  5. Grab
  6. TikTok
  7. OFO
  8. DBS Paylah
  9. Lazada
  10. Instagram

Mobile app rankings: Revenue

Ranking of mobile apps by revenue

statistics mobile application rankings by revenue in singapore

  1. Netflix
  2. BIGO LIVE
  3. Tinder
  4. Smule
  5. Carousell
  6. Viu
  7. 17-Your Life’s Moments
  8. Google Drive
  9. LinkedIn
  10. Coffee Meets Bagel

Ranking of mobile games by revenue

  1. Mobile legends: Bang Bang
  2. Slotomania
  3. Lords Mobile
  4. Pokemon GO
  5. Be the King
  6. MapleStory M
  7. Summoners war
  8. Lineage 2: Revolution
  9. Dragon Nest
  10. Clash Royale

In 2019, many Singaporeans who do manage to go on a holiday still stay connected to work, the survey found. About five in 10 admitted that they tend to stay connected to work during their holidays (The Global State of Digital in 2019 Report).

Almost 80 per cent checked their emails or voicemail at least once. Of these, 27 per cent do so at least once a day.

The total annual amount spend on consumer e-commerce categories, in US. Dollar fashion and beauty: $999 million, electronics and physical media: $1.080 billion, food and Personal care: $647 million, furniture and appliances: $726 million

Average daily Time spend using the internet via any device: 7 hours 02 minutes. Average daily Time spend using social media via any device: 2 hours 08 minutes. Average daily TV viewing time (Broadcast, Streaming and Video on Demand): 2 hours 26 minutes. Average daily time spend listing to streaming music: 1 hour 01 minute.

Average Salary for Digital Marketing Specialist in Singapore

Digital marketing is essential for Yoast optimisation. The salary of a digital marketing specialist in Singapore is pretty decent to support the person and his family. Although the exact pay of every job is based on the level of experience and education, there are general figures for the salary that can be used in determining if the field is a good match.

The average salary for digital marketing specialists in Singapore is S$41,914.This is the average total compensation including salary, bonus profit sharing ,commission and overtime pay. The specialist earns an average of S$20.00 every hour. Ten percent of the digital marketing specialist in Singapore earn about S$28,000; ten percent earn about S$59,000 while the rest make an average of S$42,000.

Where to Get Digital Marketing Jobs in Singapore

With the field of digital marketing growing tremendously in Singapore, there is a high demand for digital marketers. Lots of companies in Singapore, both large and small, are seeking to have an online presence. This provides endless career opportunities in this field. Job seekers can use the internet to access various job hosting sites such as; Indeed, Monster, Glassdoor, Jobs Central, and LinkedIn. Some of the companies seeking digital marketing specialists currently include; BOLD Worldwide, iPourlt, Inc., and Clarity LLC.

Pay by Experience Level

Singaporeans with an early career in digital marketing with one to four years of experience make an average of S$41,448. The salary includes tips, overtime pay, and bonus and is based on 78 salaries. Based on fourteen salaries, a mid-career digital marketing specialist with five to nine years of experience makes an approximate of S$51,800.

Popular Skills for Digital Marketing Specialist

• Digital marketing- S$42, 809

• Social media marketing- S$40657

• Search engine optimization (SEO) – S$ 40,256

• Search engine marketing (SEM) – S$42,134

• Email marketing- S$52000

Digital marketing skills are associated with a salary that is above average. Skills that pay less salary than the market rate include Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Social Media Marketing, Google Analytics and Search Engine Marketing (SEM).

Related Job Salaries

• Digital Marketing Manager- S$30000- S$113000

• Marketing Executive- S$4000 – S$50000

• Interior Designer- S$5000- S$69000

• Graphic Designer- S$3000 – S$48000

• Marketing Associate- S$9000 – S$58000

• Content Manager -S$20000 – S$99000

• Marketing Manager -S$30000 – S$131000

• Social Media Manager- S$18000 – S$79000

• Assistant Marketing Manager -S$34000 – S$65000

• Senior Marketing Manager -S$66000- S$185000

The years of experience in digital marketing specialists affect their salaries. Early career has a ten percent influence on the payroll. The mid carrier has a twenty-seven percent effect on the digital marketing specialist salaries in Singapore.

Skills That Affect Digital Marketing Specialist Salaries in Singapore

Possession of different skills by digital marketing specialists in Singapore can affect your salary. Some of the most marketable and their influence on salary include;

• Email Marketing- 30%

• Adobe Photoshop- 23%

• Web Content Management- 3%

• Search Engine Marketing (SEM)- 5%

• Lead Generation- 15%

• Search Engine Optimization (SEO)- 2%

• Digital Marketing- 7%

• Content Management- 5%

• Social Media Marketing- 3%

• Online Marketing- 6%

Common Health Benefits

Other than receiving a decent salary, Singaporeans who are specialists in digital marketing enjoy some common health benefits. 64 % of digital marketing career offer medical coverage, 36% offer dental coverage, 9% offer vision coverage, while 27% offers no type of medical care coverage.

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Author Bio

Tom Koh is the CEO of MediaOne, a leading Asia digital agency. He comes packed with 2 decades of international digital marketing experience. In his spare time of maybe 20 minutes a day, he loves coaching, blogging about all things digital and trying to figure out how to make his dog do the roll.
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October 05, 2019

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