Category Archives: Muslim Marketing

Advertise to Muslim Audiences on Twitter by Capitalizing on Social Media Algorithms

Part 1- Facebook Part 2 – Twitter Part 3 – Instagram “How do I advertise to Muslim consumers on social media like Twitter?” is something marketing managers have been asking.  Today we continue with our series that looks at how to leverage the news feed algorithms on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Understanding how they work […]

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 […]

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 […]

Another Muslim Prayer App Tracking Users – What’s Next for Muslim Consumers?

After waking up to the scary reality of having their personal data sold to military contractors by Muslim Pro, Muslims find themselves yet again in the same predicament. This time via a similar prayer app: Salaat First. Salaat First has been downloaded over ten million times. This popular app that reminds Muslims when to pray, […]

3 Online Advertising Trends and How to Reach Muslims in 2021

There is no denying the fact that advertising has never been the same since the COVID-19 crisis started. The tourism and leisure industries have been the hardest hit and have cut their online advertising budgets. Yet other sectors have thrived during the crisis, especially those in eCommerce with the future looking bright. Here’s a look […]

7 Simple Consumer Psychology Tactics to Gain More Muslim Customers

Defining Consumer Psychology Consumer psychology draws on many disciplines: social psychology, marketing, behavioral economics, and more. It focuses on understanding consumers and their purchasing behavior.  Some of the psychological factors that influence consumer behavior are: demographics  personality  Lifestyles rates of use  usage occasion  Loyalty brand advocacy Importance of Consumer Psychology in Targeting Muslim Consumers Capitalizing […]

How to Influence the 3 Types of Online Muslim Consumers

Not all Muslim consumers behave the same when shopping online. We have mentioned in a previous article that a consumer buys a specific product resulting from his or her need for that particular product, which is the result of one’s perception. This perception is the end product of social norms, culture, lifestyle, and in our […]

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, […]

Want to Know if Your Social Media Marketing for Muslim Audiences Works? Here’s How!

In a recent blog post, How to Leverage Muslim Consumer Behavior Online with Social Media Marketing we discussed how to successfully market your brand or organization to Muslims on social media. Today we take a look at the metrics you can use to see if your social media strategy for Muslim users is working. The […]

How to Run a Successful Digital Marketing Campaign to Muslim Consumers

Marketing to Muslims is not the enigma it used to be. Many business owners and marketers understand the basics and the dos and don’ts on a high level. The problem is execution, it’s not always what it should be. The result is a half-baked cookie that crumbles as soon as it’s out of the oven. […]