I am very proud to present the latest infographic researched, concepted and designed by the team at DigitLab, the social media agency that I lead.

Who’s Who on Linkedin in South Africa

Linkedin in South Africa has seen a 83% increase in usership over the last 12 months with agriculture and goverment showing the biggest industry growth. The exciting news is the growth in business decision makers on Linkedin. The age category betwee 35 and 54 years has grown more than double and CEO presence on Linkedin grew 78%.

We hope you enjoy the infographic

Linkedin in South Africa Infographic created by DigitLab the social media agency


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6 thoughts on “Who uses Linkedin in South Africa [infographic]

  1. I personally don’t have an account on there, apparently its a success, I know a few people that have it. I don’t think it will ever be as popular as facebook or twitter to be honest. I guess they used for different purposes though! Thanks for all your posts Mike. I enjoy reading them.

  2. Hi Mike

    wrt industry presence, does retail feature under any of the above as a sub-section or was there not enough space? This is really cool by the way. :)



  3. Hi there

    Thanks so much for the info.

    I have been struggling to find local stats for LinkedIn.

    Will subscribe to your newsletter.

    Check out my blog for some interesting SM info.


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