As mentioned in my earlier post, I have recently de-registered my car. Even though there is a rather good write-up of the process, I thought I can give some insights with my experience for you to decide whether to do it yourself or to engage a third-party agent (see below for when to engage a third-party). There are generally two ways of de-registering your car. First, if your car is still in a good condition, you can consider to export the car. Secondly, if your car isn’t in the condition, the only way might be to scrap it. I’m sharing my experience for the later.
In Part 2 of the series, I’ve explored the various social media Singaporeans are accessing. In the last part of the series, I will go in-dept on the various social media. Thus, to understand this better, I continued my search hoping to get more concrete data.
As such, I chanced upon Social Bakers’ website which it provides more statistics on the various social media. I also found out that they have statistics by country for Facebook and LinkedIn and here was what I’ve found. Continue reading How social is Singapore? Part 3 – Conclusion
On the first part of the series, we now know the average amount of time Singaporeans spent on social networking. My next question in mind was which social media Singaporeans are using. As there isn’t any national level survey done on this, I would need to look elsewhere for the information.
My first stop was to visit StatCounter’s website for a quick glance on how Singaporeans was accessing the various social media websites. The method used by StatCounter was to analyse every page view referred by a social media site and summarize all this facts to get the information. This was the graph I’ve got.
Either you’re a B2C business owner or a marketer yourself, I’m certain that social media would have already been or was going to be part of the tool you use to reach out to your potential customers. Noticeably, we have seen an increase in marketing budget on, new job position for and many promising results on how business gain its market penetration through social media. But, out of curiosity, just how social are we Singaporeans?
With this question in mind, I’ve spent almost two days researching and digesting the data I’ve found. Trying my best to keep things simple, I’ve split the information I’ve got into a three part series so you could zoom in to the information you need.
- On the first part, I would find out how many hours Singaporeans spend on Social Media each day.
- Second part, which social media was Singaporean’s preferred network.
- Lastly, the third part would include more findings and statistics of the various social media platform before a conclusion. Continue reading How social is Singapore? Part 1 – Hours spent on social media
Do you still remember my post on having a compelling Brand Story? In that post, I talked about businesses, big or small, having a chance to shine if you have a story to tell; instead of focusing on what you’re selling or, even worse, how cheap your price can be.
Today, I have a story to tell. Not particularly my story, but an event that happened in a local food centre while I was eating my lunch last Saturday. It gave me a strong urge to write this down into my blog. Stories like this would normally go unheard, but today, I’m going to blog about it, to talk about it and promote the beauty of kindness over profit. Continue reading Business with a heart