Data from iResearch: In October, the number of Chinese mobile users has reached 800 million and the number keeps increasing. Meanwhile, due to the reviving of the mobile value-added service market in China, the mobile internet market has risen again since the 3rd quarter of 2010. Now the market value has been estimated to be [...]
From The Next Web: As now China owns more than 440 millino internet users while the internet penetration rate is only 32.6%, the dominant position of English decrease if China keeps the current internet growth rate in the coming 5 years.
From Meihua Info: The graph is about the ad marketshare of the first 3 quarters in 2010 in China internet market. Baidu, based on its mighty search engine, tops in the rank. Due to the censorship problem in the beginning of this year, Google has lost partial control of China market, it follows Baidu as the 2nd in [...]
From China Internet Watch: East coast cities (blue bar) showed high penetration rate of online shopping but the west (red bar) is a fast growing market with high potential. Please note that the 17 cities shown above do not represent a ranking of national online shopping penetration rate; these cities are sampled in online shopping [...]
Picked from McKinsey Quarterly: It is being estimated that within five years, this billion-plus user market in Asia (mostly in China) may generate revenues of more than $80 billion in Internet commerce, access fees, device sales, and so forth. Digital marketing and internet sale in China are supposed to have a vigorous growth in the coming 5 [...]
From Bergstrom: As the young generation grows to be the main consumer group in China’s market, it is crucial for the big players to decode what young people are considering most while they are making their purchasing decision.
From Trendstream: One is the biggest developing market while the other is the most mature market, the factors that influence the purchasing desion of the consumers in these 2 markets are slightly different. Compared with the Americans, Chinese seem to be easily convienced by the country’s leader, well known company and famous bloggers, etc. What’s interesting [...]
From Trend Stream: Among five Asian countries, netizens have different purposes while they stay online. It is interesting that netizens in China & Australia enjoy being connected with friends through the internet while netizens in Japan & South Korea share the almost same motivation: researching/ purchasing.
From China Internet Watch: According to data released by Enfodesk, Q2 mobile IM market went up by 40 million active users; Tencent QQ leads with 60% market share; far beyond closet competitor Fetion’s (China Mobile) 22%.
From GWC‘s Chinnovations on The New Media: Compared with the distrustful attitude towards online payment several years ago, netizens have become mature when they are dealing with e-commerce. And this engenders the booming development of e-commerce in China.
From CNNIC’s 26th Statistic Report in July, 2010, we can discover that the IM penetration rate still dominates the utilization of mobile. Anyway, acquisition of information & entertainment follows quite closely behind it.
CNNIC’s Statistic Report in July, 2010: The mobile utilization rate has increased 5.1% in half a year while the desktop utilization rate only increased 0.2%. With the popularization of smart phone, the internet access rate of mobile may surpass that of desktop some day in the future.