Category Archives: China Marketing Articles

What is difference between China Baidu and Google?

If you want SEO for your web marketing in China, you have to deal with Baidu carefully. Baidu, the giant engine, acts like the equivalent to that of Google, but not the same as always. We’ve the following comparison below, as for your better understanding how Baidu performs in China digital world. Baidu Google Access very fast in China Blocked in China Listing 3-6 PPC…

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Your Domain Needs to Be Filed on Records by China Authority

As you may know, any website, if being hosted in mainland China, needs ICP certificate, which is forced by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, PRC. It’s called “BeiAn”, as “put on records” or “be filed” in English. Recently, every website owner is forced to take another “BeiAn”, required by Ministry of Public Security, PRC. Therefore, one domain (instead of website accurately) needs 2 “BeiAn” both from Ministry…

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China B2C Market Share on Specific 11-11 Day

Tmall, showed its dominant in China online B2C market, with the revenue of US$17.7 billions on the past China single festival. Here’s the share details about Tmall and its competitors in China.   Market Share of China e-Commerce, on 11·11 of 2015-2016   Overseas Sales Share of These e-Commerce Platforms, on 11·11 of 2016   ​Introduction of These Leading B2C e-Commerce Platforms 1, Tmall.com Tmall…

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Get First Dibs on Your Competition’s Market Intelligence and Succeed in China Online Marketing

In the competitive China online marketing space, there are two types of business owners: one being concerned with merely getting traffic and the other (smarter marketer) knowing the traffic sources are coming from and how to maximize their traffic for monetization. Source of traffic may vary ranging from SEO, PPC, social media, online press release, ad display on verticals. Obviously, everyone seems to know or…

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Brief Update of AliPay Global

Here’s a brief update of AliPay Global, after a closer review on its business online. According to its website, the main business of AliPay Global currently are cross-border website payment, cross-border mobile payment, and Alipay ePass. This indicates AliPay Global strategy: tax reimbursement, cross border e-commerce and its overseas public transit, especially in Singapore, Thailand, and Macau to serve for outbound Chinese tourists. As an quick…

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