- Index hide2 In countries like Mexico, characters like the iron buyer and the blanket seller are part of popular culture.
75 percent of Mexicans are active in the digital conversation.
In countries like Mexico, characters like the iron buyer and the blanket seller are part of popular culture.
By the end of 2021, a smartphone user base of more than 6 billion was registered worldwide.
Undoubtedly, social networks have become a fundamental part of social relations, which is why within sporting events such as the Olympic Games and the World Cup, digital conversation has gained wide ground, since it is there that most of the world can have access to how it is to live outside the fields and stadiums, such is the case of a short video that has begun to gain popularity Because he looks like a Mexican, he goes viral for imitating a tiger blanket vendor in Qatar.
It is thanks to the virality that can be achieved in networks, that its user base has begun to grow, so much so that today, the global digital community already exceeds 4 thousand 950 million, Well, only in Mexico, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) and the IFT, warn that just over 75 percent of nationals are in the digital conversation.
It is for this reason and in conjunction with the growing number of users of smart devices, which are estimated at just over six billion by the end of the year 2021, that social networks have been nourished by all kinds of content, which can even broaden the panorama of opportunities for all those involved, both personal and professional.
Within the digital conversation, a Mexican fan has begun to go viral, who in the middle of the world and as if it were a seller of “tiger blankets”, began to trade world merchandise in a square in Qatar, moment that has gained relevance, because with a horn on his back, this fan, recreated one of the most emblematic characters of national commerce.
However, this is not the only moment starring Mexicans that has gone viral, as this is one of the hobbies known worldwide for generating various special moments, as is or shows a short video in which you can see cow a group of Mexicans put to dance “Payaso de Rodeo” both compatriots and Qataris and other foreigners.
RODEO CLOWN AT QATAR 2022! 😂
The Mexican fans gave some classes to the residents of Qatar and other countries who saw them 📹 pic.twitter.com/PpzTA5NM4O
— Adm MX (@GearsCGO10) November 19, 2022
Within the digital conversation, the moments off the field are those that nourish the World Cup party, which is why network users and the digital community play an important role today.
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