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%. Related articles US China Internet Summit (downtheavenue.com) Tudou ‘That Love Comes’ Original Drama Series Debut (prnewswire.com) Chinese firms stake [...]
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.
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 [...]
From Synovate China Media Atlas; channel preference of higher income’d Chinese. Higher income’d Chinese tend to prefer Internet channels vs. all other available channels. While outdoor and TV are strong, expect offline channels to lose ground to digital communication medium; primarily due to low-cost and easy access vs. other channels.
A survey of China’s prestige brands by L2 reveals interesting findings. Amazing stats are 20% Brands focused on Chinese consumers that do not have a Chinese language website. While its understandable that ecommerce isn’t enabled for many sites due to issues spanning credit cards, trust purchasing online, as well as monster Taobao.com eating up about 75% of [...]
According to BCG, China’s young professionals are quite digitally connected; however, when we scan their days we see a distinct difference in the manner they regard digital tools. Key element is using digital primarily as a communication device; while younger teens and university students focus on social sharing, communication, MP3 downloads, etc – young professionals take a [...]
From CIC, we can track the buying process Chinese netizens progress through before the buying decision is made. Tracking the decision process for purchasing a netbook, we can see how the initial inquiry arises, and how a Brand is selected from the buzz. Netizens value collective opinion first, and then look to popular advocates second to confirm [...]