At the time of writing this post, Ramadan is just around the corner. Businesses, both Muslim-owned and not, know that this is a time when a large part of the population will be more prone to buying stuff. Yes, it is a time of spirituality and prayer, but it is also a time of festivity […]
Muslim Ad Network is offering $25,000 in advertising credits for 100 small businesses, an initiative created in the desire to help small businesses survive through the current climate With all the uncertainty and disruptions to day-to-day life in the current climate due to the outbreak of COVID-19, it’s a difficult time for everyone. We at […]
As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to wreak havoc worldwide, we at Muslim Ad Network want to give you clarity on what this could mean to your online business and what you could do about it. It’s true that many retailers are enjoying spikes in online sales for flu-related products, such as cleaning supplies and health […]
Isn’t it frustrating to see all that traffic coming to your website yet only a fraction end up buying? Well, it shouldn’t be. Think about it; do you always buy the first time you visit a website? Like never, right? Your website visitors are the same. What’s even scarier is that 88% of people who […]
Display Ads are a great way to get your brand in front of millions of potential customers. There’s just one thing you need to remember. Unlike search ads, your display ads are seen by users who are not actively looking for your product or service. Display Ads are designed to distract users from their intended […]
Content is the ultimate way to get your brand in front of your audience organically. The only problem is that your audience is blind to mediocre content and you could be spending hours creating videos, infographics, and blog posts that your audience does not even bother looking at. If you think I am talking about […]
1 – Muslims are becoming more conscious of their Islamic identity Gone are the days when young Muslim men and women idolized other cultures in order to feel good about themselves. There will always be exceptions but if you look around, you will see that young Muslims these days love being different from what the […]
While Muslim women defy a ban to swim in burkinis at French pools, Nike launches a new swimwear line designed for women who wear hijab.
Modesty is a part of the Muslim community and culture. Standards of modesty for Muslims or non-Muslims widely vary from one country to another. Generally, there are many women who have adopted it whether they are Muslims or not. That in turn, has affected the target market for many well-known brands, including Nike.