From Econsultancy: According to a report from the Boston Consulting Group. Today, one in five Internet users are Chinese — that’s half a billion people. The number is forecast to reach 700 million in 2015, twice the online population of Japan and the US combined. 51% of the Chinese population live in urban areas and [...]
From: iResearch The top 10 China internet brands in 2011 are: Tencent, Microsoft, Baidu, Qihu, Sohu, Sina, Alibaba, Xunlei, Netease and Youku.
From: Business Insider Qunar, the Chinese travel booking service aggregator topped China OTA (online travel agency) market with a percentage of visits of over 42% in this November, according to market researcher Experian Hitwise. Kuxun, the Chinese subsidiary of TripAdvisor with a business model similar to Qunar came in a distant second, gripping over 16.88% of the market [...]
From Envoate: 18-30 year-old Chinese youth are known as China’s post-90s and post-80s generation. These 3 million young Netizens are the main target of many brands,therefore, their digital behaviors are particularly vital for marketing purposes. According to Enovate research report, compared with post-80s, post-90s spend more time on the phone devices. If they have to [...]
Data from DCCI: A report from DCCI has pointed out that among all the domestic online shoppings, IT products have occupied 25.8% while clothes & accessories is holding 18.8%. The portion of online game virtual goods turns out to be as big as that of cosmetic & skincare products. Online game players seem to be [...]