DMMA Survey Reveals State Of SA's Online Nation

From Ideate Wed Feb 6 2013, 01:30:44

The Digital Media and Marketing Association (DMMA) has released the findings from a survey conducted on South Africa's internet-using population at the recent DMMA and Effective Measure Roadshows held in Cape Town on 30 January, Johannesburg on 31 January and Durban on 1 February. The DMMA commissioned Columinate online marketing research agency to conduct a [...] Related posts:

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