UAE YouTube viewers use service for product info
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, December 08 - 2012 at 04:21
Google Inc. has said nearly half of the YouTube viewers in the UAE find "video advertisements interesting," Gulf News has reported. "Sixty two per cent of users state that they clicked on the ad to get to the advertisers' website for more information," said a study by Google. Furthermore, around 71% of the viewers in UAE go to YouTube to listen to music, 68% for relaxation, and 60% to be up to date, the report said. "What was even more surprising is using it (YouTube) for product information. 97% considered it the most preferred online site to search for product information," said Mohammad Mourad, Google Gulf Regional Manager.
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