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e-Commerce Impacting Offline Groceries Greatly

The pace of e-commerce is unexpected and even the grocery store can not escape the impact of online shopping. According to media reports, perhaps a couple of years later, stores in your neighborhood may fall into more intense competition, as the Food Marketing Institute and a joint Nielsen report shows that over the next five years , most US buyers will do shopping online. This change is much…

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Baidu Real-Time Works Better Than Its Equivalent in Google Analysis

You’re familiar with REAL-TIME of Google Analytics, which helps you understand, how many people are landing on your site? what they are looking at right now? You can update the information by refreshing in the GA panel, keeping track of what exactly happens on your site at this time. Baidu has the same function in its Baidu Tongji, very similar to Google Analytics, but Baidu goes much…

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Loading Speed Optimization for WordPress Sites in China

Believe it or not, almost all of WordPress themed sites have loading speed problems in China due to Great Fire Wall, because some powerful plugins and CSS on most issues are called from remote servers outside of China, despite they are hosted within China. The loading speed is, in absolute terms, the big problem in terms of user experience that has a big impact on keyword rankings in China’s search…

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Crucial Rates of Return and Conversion of Customers

Most clients come to us with simple requests like, Can you help us with Baidu SEO with a list of target keywords? What is your press release position that covers the main portals of China? How can we run a marketing campaign on WeChat? Well, we used to communicate with these customers, to find out if customers have correct competitive strategies in China’s online market….

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Market Share Update of E-commerce in China, 11-11 of 2017

The special day of 11-11 just passed in China. Those giants in e-commerce showed dominant in market share, while other vertical players operate harder than before. Of top 20 e-commerce platforms in China, this 11-11 generated delivery packages of 1.38 billion, with total revenue of US$39.07 billions. Here’s the share list of top 5. Tmall: 66.2% JD: 21.4% Suning: 4.3% Vipshop: 3.4% Amazon China: 2.0% Others: 2.6% Those verticals, e.g., Jumei, Beauty…

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