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 [...]
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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 [...]
On Nov, 16, 2010, Sina held a China Weibo developer conference. As the biggest blog platform in China, Sina Weibo has released data regarding platform performance since inception in 2010. Sina Weibo demonstrates how it influences Chinese netizen’s daily life; with 400 million netizens and only 50 million Sina Weiboers, Sina’s got a good first step [...]
From Holaba SNS Overview: A detailed analysis of how the Chinese people in different parts of China handle Kaixin001. From the graph we can find that Kainxin001 really dominates in east & central part of China mainland. HS means Holaba Score, it is a reliable indication of the recommendation power of the SNS, or a brand.
From Flicker: This picture shows directly to us that how social & networking influences a person’s life in different periods— early/ later education years, career years & post career years.
Data from China Internet Watch‘s online shopping report (2009): 85% of the online shoppers choose C2C shopping sites as their first choice when they are planning for purchasing something. Seen from this graph we can have a clear view that Taobao has owned a large chunk of the online shopping market in China.
Data partly from Facebakers: According to the comparison we can find out which big players are now focusing in online marketing in China. One more thing is that the fans of top 5 in Facebook are much more than that in Kaixin001.
From Ogilvy PR‘s social media team: Including Kaixin001, Facebook, Renren, Douban and QQ, each of these SNS has been demonstrated by a typical user. Though Facebook is being blocked in China, people have their own approaches to access. Following are the detailed info (via Chris Tou) of the 5 users, enjoy! The Kaixiner (kaixin001.com) 32 years [...]
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%.
Sources: BCG Digital Generations Consumer Research, 2009; Business Insider; BCG research. Note: NA means not available. 1 Includes travel booking, e-payments, and e-shopping. 2 “Other” in India represents sports (57%), e-greetings (57%), and dating and friendship (51%); in Russia it represents weather forecasts (67%). 3 At least 10% higher than the average level across all [...]
From Plus 8 Star‘s Social Media in China: Different Than You Think: Though operators of farming game in SNS in China keepChin complaining of the decline of profit, the number of online farmers remains considerable. Furthermore, farming game brings considerable traffic as usuall and it will not phase out in a short time.
From Colour Lovers: An amazing aggregation of the world’s top 100 prestige brands. Anyway, besides the No.71—Tudou.com, it seems there is no other influential brand from China! In the forum of littleredbook there is a twin of this picture. Click to check the more detailed version if you are interested. Related articles The Most Powerful Colors In the [...]
Data from an article in campaignchina.com: What we can receive from this illustration is how netizens in China deal with different online ads. The distrust ratio varies from ad channels and the most unreliable approaches seem to be ads in SMS & video games. Click to see the complete article.
Data from Holaba: Holaba.com is a site speciallized in aggregating comments on different prestige brands in almost every business field in China. The resource of this graph comes from its poll function (see the screenshot below) which has now ranked Qzone (Tencent) as the 1st SNS in China. Related articles Social games help drive growth for [...]
From GWC‘s Report Chinnovations on The New Media: Due to large number of users, in 5 years time Tencent has already become the 3rd internet company, after Google & Amazon onChina’ market cap. The ferocious increasing speed just leaves Google & Amazon far behind.
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 GWC‘s Chinnovations on The New Media: Though Facebook is pretty hot all over the world, this statistical picture has just revealed a fact: Tencent is overtaking it on subscribers, revenue, net profit and market cap. With the generalization of internet in China, the local superiority of Tencent will become more obvious.
From GWC‘s Chinnovations on The New Media: Leave Google aside, the margin of the rest of the global players seems to be weaker than that of the China internet companies. And in China, NetEase & Tencent have shared the largest portion of the internet market collectively.
Form OgilivyOne Worldwide’s Frands : In January 2010, Youku was ranked #1 in Chinese Internet video sector according to Internet metrics provider CR-Nielsen. If the commercial has been executed well , the campaign will go with a favorable start.
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.
Dragon Trail’s China Travel Social Media Marketing Report: This graph shows intuitively to us that compared with people in other countries, Chinese are much more easily influenced by the internet; comments & reviews.
Form OgilivyOne Worldwide’s Frands: Taking the lion’s share of IM users, QQ occupies the 1st rank with no doubt. While chatting with friends, netizens share their reviews or opinions spontaneously affecting both personal and commercial actions.
From Sinotech Group’s Buzz Generation: The report indicates that in every single day, or even every single hour, a new conversation will take place and it may engage millions of netizens in a ferocious speed if the topic is luring.
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.
Chosen from Nielsen‘s APAC Social Media Report(June, 2010); Personal & Communities will soon surpass traditional China network channels: Search Engines & Directories and Portals. Nowadays China netizens prefer to share their experience with their friends through the internet.
From McKinsey‘s Mesuring of WOMM (Word of Mouth Marketing) Report (June, 2010): As ordinary customers in one of the greatest developing markets around the world, Chinese consumers’ purchasing decisions are easily influenced by the reviews or recommendations of their friends. That’s why WOMM is more and more valued by both prestige & common brands in China market.
From Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and CIC: Due to the worry that “negative posts will be deleted” on official company sites leading to failure to express their opinions freely, China consumers prefer to use the third party BBS for objective discussions about the product they are going to purchase or they have already owned.
This illustration is chosen from Nielsen‘s APAC Social Media Report (June, 2010): The 4 dominators are colored brown and they are: BBS section, including mop.com, bbs.sina.com.cn, tianya.cn, bbs.qq.com, club.sohu.com; Social Network section, including kaixin001.com, renren.com; Blog section, including blog.sina.com.cn, blog.sohu.com, hi.baidu.com, blog.hexun.com; Microblog section, including t.sina.com.cn, digu.com, t.sohu.com, t.qq.com.
A graph from Frands Report from OgilvyOne Worldwide: It is obvious that China’s netizens spend a lot of time and energy on the aquisition of information. The second is to communicate with friends and search for news. The graph above gives an excellent view of China netizen social media activities.
Picked up from Edelman‘s China Digital Brand Index: During the period of 2010 FIFA World Cup which has helped drive a record of amount of social media traffic, Samsung worked with 3 major portals including Sina, Sohu and Tudou.com to launch social ads and initiate online competitions. As a result, Samsung became the buzziest brand [...]
Adopted from ADMA Digital Marketing Yearbook 2010 Just as being conjectured before, WOMM (Word of Mouth Marketing) becomes the most important & effective approach for branding campaign in China, maybe also around the whole world.
Today we are going to talk about the most popular search engines in China. Before we start, let’s see something about SEO which matters a lot in China internet marketing. A quick definition of SEO: Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of a web site or a web page in [...]