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The global share of Google traffic coming from African countries has grown anywhere from 25-200% since the start of 2012.
From Klout influencer scores, we can find general trends about how active online media is within a country and in general, how many engaged social media users exist.
A summary of broadband data from the quarterly Akamai ‘State of the Internet’ publication that tracks Internet speeds.
Using the common “ping” test between pairs of hosts, researchers at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center regularly measure how well data is flowing across global networks.
The World Economic Forum’s annual report is a treasure trove of Networked Readiness information for 144 economies.
Internet users in Africa are less likely to use Internet Explorer than web users in any other region.