Top Influencers In Dubai
These are all questions that should be asked when looking at the Insta-profiles of these young influencers. All are under 21, GCC-based, raised and GCC-raised and do incredible things in their real lives and on social media.
From YouTube channels with millions of followers to budding careers in the beauty, music and lifestyle industries, these young influencers are at the top of their game, shaming most adults with what they have achieved on the planet in less than two decades. From travel and cooking to beauty and fashion, these are the social media stars to follow in 2020.
The food blogger, TV chef, brand ambassador and gourmet lives with her husband and three children in Dubai. In her blog, she shares her love of cooking from around the world and takes her readers on a culinary journey through the traditional and modern cuisine of the Middle East.
All of her delicious recipes can be found on her Cooking with Zahra blog, watch her cook on her YouTube channel and follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. With a background in architectural design and a love of fashion and beauty, Zahra’s love of both radiates through Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Follow her for her daily favorite look, make-up tips, product recommendations and updates on her interesting life and travels.
As one of Dubai’s top influencers, Supercar Blondie deserves a place on social media. She became famous with her blog Huda Beauty, which she started in 2010 and in which she shared posts and tutorials about beauty and make-up. She has more than 4.4 million followers on Instagram and is one of Dubai’s top social media influencers.
Supercar Blondie is a motivation speaker, youth coach and columnist, one of Dubai’s top influencers. He has more than 3 million followers on Facebook and a huge following on YouTube and other channels. Although based in Abu Dhabi, he deserves special mention for having a strong following outside Dubai.
The 34-year-old American is a hit in the business world and the most popular poet of the Crown Prince of Dubai and the United Arab Emirates. He has a huge following of over 2.7 million followers on Instagram and is a spitting image to attach to his products. He is also involved in massive deals and sits on the elected body, the Council, which is supposed to govern the people of Dubai.
With such popular and friendly public, it is no wonder that the 34-year-old American walks on the shoulders of a fan base of over 2 million on Facebook and a huge following of 6.5 million on Instagram. The social media influencers in Dubai are no different, and in this post we will report on those who have a significant following on online platforms. The Lebanese blogger, who lives in Germany, claims to have 471,000 fans on Instagram alone.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum with 4.5 million followers on Instagram is a force to reckon with in our list of the top social media influencers of Dubai. The Crown Prince of Dubai has an official Facebook page with over 3 million followers, a Twitter feed with over 9 million followers and a strong LinkedIn following base of over 2 million.
Abdullaziz bin Baz is a Dubai-based comedian who produces short funny videos and shorts called Vines. His talent has earned him a place as a speaker on Arab media forums and he is one of the most recognized Arab comedians on social media with over 5 million followers on his Instagram page. Dubai Dubayy is a blog of the United Arab Emirates, where you can enjoy the hacking experience.
Check out the latest reviews of films, music, restaurants, hotels, gadgets, office life and articles on the blog Mark My World. Naomi DSouza is a passionate food, lifestyle and travel blogger from Dubai who helps people find the best hotels, restaurants and travel deals in Dubai. Luxe Diary is a luxury lifestyle diary and premium listings magazine for the UAE and Dubai About Blog.
About Blog Find beauty in the Middle East was launched in early 2016 and has evolved from a place for beauty lovers, travel enthusiasts, foodies and aesthetic rock stars. The blog has become a collective of people who live a beautiful lifestyle from all over the world.
It is not only Dubai Tourism that invites a crew of young, attractive social media stars to pretend that things are bumpy in the desert, as they can identify with the hashtags # VisitDubai and # MyDubai and uncover an abundance of sponsored posts. A recent campaign, the “Worlds Coolest Winter”, a campaign launched by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum himself, encouraged residents to share videos of their winter activities to boost tourism and the cash prizes were worth it. Many agencies specialize in linking companies with ideal influencers.
The 2019 Social Media Influencers Survey, commissioned by Dubai-based BPG Group and polling firm YouGov, found that 73% of the respondents aged 18 to 35 in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia had bought a brand or tried a service based on a trusted social media influencer recommendation.
The main influencer categories are Entertainment (94%), Food (92%), Travel (91%), Technology (90%), Lifestyle (89%), Arts & Culture (88%) and Fashion & Beauty (85%). Let’s take a look at the Instagram influencers of the United Arab Emirates in each of these categories to help you get the most out of your potential. With over 2.5 million company profiles and over 200 million visits to a company profile per day, Instagram is a fiercely competitive market for brands.
Instagram Influencer Marketing is the right tool to weather the storm. People follow the influencers at every turn, engage with them when they talk about real things or publish something that gets people out of their boredom.
Joelle is the founder of Clinica Joelle, a celebrity salon and leading beauty salon in the Middle East – Maison de Joelle. The Lebanese TV presenter and beauty expert lives in the United Arab Emirates and has a TV show on MBC 1 called Joelle.
Ex-Iceland international Anton stayed away from the announcement of the travel ban after he was busy with a PT session, which he shared on his Instagram story. He was in Dubai for Christmas and defended his trip, claiming he had a number of business opportunities.