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china online marketing special research report Photo by Co.,Ltd (AliPay) is China’s leading online payment service by both number of users and total transaction volume. A member of the Alibaba Group, it enables individuals and businesses to securely, easily and quickly send and receive payments online. AliPay works like an escrow service, solving the issue of settlement risk in China. Since its launch in 2004, AliPay has become the most popular and extensively used online payment tool for all areas of e-commerce in China, and is fast becoming the industry standard. As of 10 May 2009, AliPay had more than 180 million users and a daily transaction volume exceeding RMB700 ...
content provider, based in Berlin, Germany. In China and the company's English-speaking markets, currently Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States, the company operates under the name Jamster . Jamba!'s main line of business is the creation and marketing of ringtones for mobile phones . It is perhaps best known for the Sweety the Chick and Crazy Frog characters. The company also sells insurance for mobile phones and home electronics and runs online gaming and online dating services. In 2005 it started doing business in the United States and China.
China Online Shopping Report 2009 | China Internet Watch
during the first half of 2009, with an increase of 38.9% compared with the same period of last year. “26%” is not a fantastic number; but, guess what? Over 85.7% China netizens had searched for product information during the first half (53.5% on B2C, 32.5% on C2C); online shopping is going to be huge! Online shopping is the most popular in tier one cities : Beijing: 51.3% Shanghai: 52.6% Guangzhou: 35.2% (lower than I expected) The online shopping spend during the first half of 2009 totaled 119.52 billion yuan (about USD $17.5 billion): C2C: 106.37 billion yuan ($15.58b; 89%) B2C: 13.15 billion yuan ($1.93b) The ... market research, surveys and trends
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The “Digital IQ Index” report by the L2 Think Tank in June recently highlighted the large growth opportunities found in China’s luxury market sector. “Prestige brands can do a mediocre job in every other market and still grow revenues and profits substantially by getting one thing right: China.” In speaking with Bloomberg News, L2 founder and New York professor Scott Galloway discussed the future of e-commerce and the areas of untapped market potential China.   By far the largest opportunity for Brands comes from China’s internet user base of 380 million, outnumbering USA and Japanese internet users combined (200 million, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Greater China's Leading Interactive Advertising and Digital ...
SHANGHAI, China, Oct. 29 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- With its long history of groundbreaking digital marketing events in Greater China, the ad:tech conference, the world's largest interactive advertising and digital marketing event, will be held in Shanghai once more. It will run from November 25-26, 2008 and take place at the Shanghai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Over the course of the past few years, China's online market has experienced amazing growth. Incredible innovations in technology, the realization of new media opportunities and the remarkable increase in users online clearly demonstrate the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Doing It: The Rise of the Chinese Sports Brands
Walking the streets in China today, you may notice many young teenagers wearing sports clothing with unfamiliar logos emblazoned on their chests. Looking at the curvy L that is Li Ning's signature or the sideways V that stands for Anta, you may wonder to yourself, is that a knock-off Nike shirt? No, in fact, these two Chinese brands are well established and are quickly becoming Nike's biggest competition in China. China's sportswear market is poised to expand at an annual average of 18% to RMB149. 1 billion by 2013, according to an estimate by ZOU Marketing inc. Zou Marketing also notes that branded ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Fashion is the new black online
Historically the fashion industry has been slow to adopt technology, so most venture investors have stayed away from investments in the sector. But that has begun to change. Entrepreneurs are focusing on fashion-related online services, and more customers are willing to buy fashion items over the Internet, and investors are following. Members-only fashion site Gilt Groupe managed to convince buyers to do their luxury shopping online. And Zappos, which sells shoes and other clothing, has shown online shoppers what strong global customer service and rich product assortment look like. It’s companies like these that have ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


The evolution of Chinese consumers on the internet and its ...
Keywords: consumer behaviour; internet; China; online marketing. Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Yu, J. (2006). 'The evolution of Chinese ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Locating specific information about doing business in China as well as WTO training initiatives is as easy as visiting a web site. We have compiled a list of some of the more up-to-date resources that provide specific as well as general business information to assist companies pursuing opportunities in China. This is by no means an exhaustive list and we will post this on the magazine web site and update it frequently as new sources become available. U.S. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics and China's Online Video Distribution Market
revenue. (See Exhibit 2 for data on online marketing in China.) Consequently, it was essential that. PPS understood the fundamentals of the Chinese online ...
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I am doing research to see different options for online marketing in China. Blog advertising was an option, but is it worth the money? How many people read ad blogs in China? It's actually quite pointless to bother with blogs - mostly because any url with the word 'blog' in it is blocked by the chinese firewall. You need to also consider how you will be selling the product and in what currency. Chinese typically do not ever use credit cards. Online purchases are done through online banking. In terms of currency, a product offered at a price considered cheap in american dollars will likely be out of ...