Category Archives: muslim consumer market

Hispanic American Muslim Consumers – What You Need to Know

In 2016, Tabish Hasan, Chief Executive of Muslim Ad Network, was featured in The Guardian as he compared the failure of established mainstream brands to tap into the Muslim market today to the same sentiment regarding the Hispanic market in the United States in the 1980s.  Now those brands can’t afford not to engage with […]

The Complexity of Advertising to Muslim Consumers Simplified

Advertising to Muslim consumers is already tough enough due to advertising companies like Google and Facebook not allowing brands to target by religion. However, there is another degree of complexity that most advertisers come up against. This complexity is due to: levels of religiosity ethnicity and culture demographics Muslims are not one big homogeneous group […]

How to Target Advertisements to Muslims with Impactful Diversity and Inclusion Marketing

What is Diversity and Inclusion Marketing? First, let’s understand what both words – diversity, and inclusion – mean. Diversity refers to the traits and characteristics that make people unique while inclusion refers to the behaviors and social norms that ensure people feel welcome. Source: builtin.com Diversity and inclusion marketing recognizes that different cultures have different […]

Halal Marketing- All You Need to Know

What is Halal Marketing? Halal Marketing or Islamic Marketing is a concept based on the paradigm that Islam affects Muslim consumer choice. Therefore all marketing activities follow Islamic laws, principles, and guidelines. This includes strategic marketing decisions, designing, communicating, delivering products and services to customers, and everything in between. Islamic Marketing fulfills needs through Halal […]

How Mainstream Brands Can Identify and Serve Muslim Niche Markets

We have talked about why mainstream businesses should consider the Muslim consumer market extensively here at Muslim Ad Network. We have also written articles and guides in general about how to do so. Today we want to take a closer look at identifying niches within the Muslim consumer market. This is because as a company, […]

How to Build a Muslim-Friendly Brand

Your brand is the lasting impression that your audience has of your company. Your brand includes: your brand style guide,  the tone in your website copy, your tone on social media,  your color palette logo, and  the aesthetic of your website. According to Business Queensland, a brand is “how your customers recognize and experience your […]

6 Easy Steps Guide to Starting a Business Targeting Muslims

Here at Muslim Ad Network we have discussed extensively how to promote your business- Islamic or mainstream- to Muslims. Today we want to take a step back and offer quick but efficient guidance to those of you who are looking to start a business targeting Muslim consumers. This will take shape in a rapid-fire quick […]

Preparing Your Marketing for Ramadan 2021- Part 5

Mail and Email as Promoting Tools for Ramadan Six-Part Series Part 1: Ramadan Muslim Consumer Behavior Part 2: Preparing Your Products and Services for Ramadan Part 3: Using Your Blog to Promote Your Brand for Ramadan Part 4: Using Social Media to Gain Ramadan Buyers Part 5: Mail and Email as Promoting Tools for Ramadan […]

The $3 Trillion Reason Why Mainstream Brands Cannot Ignore The Muslim Consumer Market

The Global Halal Economy is Heading Towards $3 Trillion in 2023 In 2018, the State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2018/19  reported that in 2017, the global Islamic economy reached $2.1 trillion and is expected to reach $3 trillion in 2023. The same report for 2020/21 defines “Islamic economy” as follows: “Sectors comprising core […]

How to Create a Halal Brand Personality to Gain Brand Loyalty Among Young Modest Fashion Consumers

The modest fashion industry today is worth $283 billion globally. Meanwhile, the global Islamic clothing market is estimated to rise to $361 billion by 2023. The growing competition in the modest fashion industry is starting to become a challenge for businesses to stay relevant in the market. Established fashion houses like Dolce & Gabanna, Burberry, […]