China Internet Marketing & Tips

In 2008, China’s Internet Users Increased To 298 Million, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

China Internet Network Information Center has published the latest report on China’s Internet development, which states by the end of 2008, the number of Internet users in China had reached 298 million, a year-on-year increase of 41.9%. The report says that China’s Internet popularity rate reached 22.6%, which exceeded the world’s average rate of 21.9% for the first time. In addition, the number of broadband…


The Latest Source Of Email Spam Activity-China, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

Email security firm Barracuda Networks says a webpage hosted in China is latest the destination for Internet users who fall prey to phishers’ activities. Barracuda says spam emails designed to look like Google AdWords Alert emails contain what appears to be a legitimate link to the Google AdWords account webpage at adwords.google.com. However, when clicked, the recipient is redirected to a website hosted in China…


New Search Advertising Model Named BrandLink from Baidu, China, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

Chinese search engine Baidu.com is currently developing a new search advertising model named BrandLink. According to local media reports, Baidu’s new BrandLink area, which is laced at the top of Baidu’s web search results, is an information dissemination platform customized for famous brands. This innovative search model combines various display methods, including words, pictures and videos, which can improve the search experience of Chinese netizens…


China’s Sohu net profit drops, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

Chinese Internet media company Sohu.com posted a 20 percent drop in quarterly profit but topped expectations due to an increase in online corporate brand advertising and forecast a stronger third quarter.  Sohu and others such as Yahoo are competing against Baidu.com and Google, which together command more than 80 percent of the search market in the world’s second-largest Web market, according to research firm Analysys…


MySpace, BBC sign video share agreement, China Online Marketing, Shanghai, China

The online community MySpace has signed an agreement with BBC Worldwide to bring some of the British broadcaster’s programs to a worldwide audience, media reported Thursday. The agreement will allow MySpaceTV users to subscribe to a BBC Worldwide channel, then view and share clips from current and archived content. Clips will be available to MySpaceTV users globally. Other BBC programs that will be featured include…