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|| Link Online acquires web portal Arabia.com

linkonline-dubaibeat.jpgEgyptian investors of Link Online, a subsidiary of OT Ventures, announced the acquisition of Arabia.com, an Arabic web portal.

They have chosen Dubai to be the hub of launching the new look of Arabia.com. OT Ventures' subsidiary Link Online, launched in 2004, has been the force behind some portals including Masrawy.com, Yallakora.com, and Otlob.com and most recently the launch of Jawhara.me, which took place in Dubai.

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LINKonLINE, one of the largest Arabic online publishing companies in the Middle East and North Africa operating under Orascom Telecommunication Holding, announced the acquisition of Arabiaa.com, one of the most important Arabic web portals that has existed for many years.

LINKonLINEwill be able through this acquisition to support the portal's Arabic content through focusing on offering wealth of exclusive and diverse content - from sport to technology, autos news and entertainment with a support of the implementation of new technologies which gurantee an easy and convenient rading for all visitors, differentiating the portal from other online portals in the Middle East.

Mostafa Kamel, Managing Director of LINKonLINE, said : "We chose Dubai to be the hub of launching the new look of Arabia.com and a permenant location for our headquarter based on the strength of the UAE as a business and commercial hub, and Dubai's particular strengths as a media centre.

Kamel added that LINKonLINE shows a great attention towards establishing a strong presence in the Gulf region as a hub to re-launch Arabia.com portal, the thing which falls within its strategy that aims at serving a wide range of internet users especially people aged between 20-49 years-old. Those who show great interest towards knowing the latest news and updates on sports, entertainment, Technology and cars.
He noted that, LINKonLINE works regularly on studying the needs of internet users though conducting studies and researches. Recent figures show that the percentage of internet users has reached 60% in the GCC and 25% in Egypt.

"Since the company was established in 2004, LINKonLINE has been the force behind some of the Arab world's largest and most active portals including Masrawy.com, Yallakora.com, and Otlob.com and most recently the launch of Jawhara.me, which took place in Dubai. We are proud to lead the development and growth of digital media which is witnessing a great demand of more than one million user in the Middle East in which 65% represents male users and 45% represents female users".

He emphasized that Arabia.com with its new look will be the ideal portal for those looking towards getting the most exclusive news on sports, technology, cars, entertainment and fashion. The portal is linked to social media websites, which makes it an idea platform to reach the largets target audience related to the target sectors that the portal covers.

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