Checklist for Building your China Web Presence

Apr 27

Checklist for Building your China Web Presence

Getting serious about setting up Chinese website for your business? There are a few important things to keep in mind before investing time and efforts into building your China web presence. Getting it right will enable your Chinese website to rank high with the main search engines. Get it wrong and your website may not show up high enough in searches to be found or,...

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What Do Young Professionals in China Prioritize When Searching for Jobs?

Apr 20

What Do Young Professionals in China Prioritize When Searching for Jobs?

Headhunters in China: It’s time to get on social media Turnover is a problem that plagues companies in all industries, a revolving workforce leads to increased training costs, inconsistencies in work and low morale – this all affects the company’s culture and profits. It is one of China’s leading issues in the workplace, at 19% their employee retention rate is...

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6 Bizarre Body Image Weibo Trends That Went Viral

Apr 13

6 Bizarre Body Image Weibo Trends That Went Viral

Last couple of years have seen the rise of several bizarre body image challenges that went viral on Weibo, one of the most popular Chinese social media networks. Those Weibo trends attracted millions of views, likes and retweets as well as great deal of criticism and mockery. Let’s have a look at some of the most popular ones. Six most popular body image Weibo...

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Infographic: China Internet in One Minute

Apr 06

Infographic: China Internet in One Minute

What’s happening in one minute on China Internet? Actually, quite a lot! The folks in TechInAsia went on to to figure that out, producing this impressive infographic. It sums up some of the action that takes place in China’s digital online world in just 60 seconds. Here are just some of the most impressive nuggets on what has happened on one minute on...

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Xiaoice Vs. Tay: Two A.I. Chatbots, Two Different Outcomes

Mar 30

Xiaoice Vs. Tay: Two A.I. Chatbots, Two Different Outcomes

Chinese chatbot Xiaoice or Xiaobing (literally Little Ice 小冰) that was developed by Microsoft Beijing Research facility and launched in China at the end of 2014 has, so far, proved to be a quite successful A.I. experiment vs. the recent launch of Tay, another Microsoft Twitter based chatbot. Last week, the contrast was quite striking when Tay, after series of...

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Will Tencent Offer More With WeChat Ads?

Mar 23

Will Tencent Offer More With WeChat Ads?

WeChat has recently announced reaching 700 million active users which further solidified its position as the fastest growing Chinese social media platform. On the other hand, monetization the platform has been a much tougher task for Tencent. WeChat ads, a potential goldmine of mobile marketing, was much slower to get traction. Just a few years ago, when the service...

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Ecommerce with WeChat Shop

Mar 16

Ecommerce with WeChat Shop

Chinese m-commerce has been growing by leaps and bounds in the last couple of years. The competition has further intensified in mid 2014 when WeChat launched its ecommerce option that works within the app. Although Alibaba, with its Taobao and Tmall, still reigns supreme in China ecommerce market, shopping with WeChat has been steadily gaining popularity. Presently,...

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