According to Opera, the top ten mobile websites in China (by the number of total unique users) are: Kong.net baidu.com google.cn xiaonei.com (which is now renren.com) sina.com.cn qq.com hao123.com sohu.com operachina.com taobao.com Top mobile handsets in China for May 2009 Nokia 5000 Nokia 7100s Nokia 5220 Nokia 6300 Nokia 7310c Nokia 5130 Nokia 5300 Nokia […]
According to Hitwise, these are the top sites by visits in Hong Kong for the week ending 26/09/2009: Emirates Airlines www.emirates.com Jetstar www.jetstar.com Tiger Airways www.tigerairways.com Singapore Airlines www.singaporeair.com AirAsia www.airasia.com SilkAir www.silkair.net Cathay Pacific www.cathaypacific.com Malaysia Airlines www.malaysiaairlines.com Cebu Pacific Air www.cebupacificair.com Qantas Airways www.qantas.com.au
CNNIC has released its latest search engine report showing that by the end of June 2009, the number of Chinese search engine users has reached 235 million with an increase of 59.49 million people, annual growth rate of 34%. The number will likely reach 260 million by the end of year 2009. Here is a […]
According to AddThis, the above image shows the most popular bookmarking services in China. And, this is likely not the right list. Besides the fact that bookmarking itself is not popular in China and Facebook can’t be accessed from Chinese internet users in China, none of those are Chinese service. QQ Shuqian, 365Key, Sina ViVI […]
Tencent has launched its web based QQ and the interface is pretty neat with shorcuts functions. Interestingly, after logging in, it shows list of friends with the latest status update. Clicking on the friend’s name will activate a pop up chat box; why don’t they just make it more convenient to make it possible to […]
China Publishing Science Research Institute has revealed the “National Reading Survey Report”: 18-70 year-old nationals spend on average 4.47 minutes per day reading on mobile phones, which cost on average 17.04 yuan (about US$2.5). Over 10% of Chinese nationals, whose age is between 14 and 70, use mobile phones to read. Most of them who […]
It seems Tencent doesn’t want to make the mistake Microsoft ever did by neglecting search; Chinese Internet company Tencent has confirmed that its search engine product Soso.com, which was previously powered by Google search technology, has started to use its self-developed search technology. Source: China Tech News
China’s Ministry of Culture (MoC), warned last week that it would strengthen checks and policing of online music content. MoC said that search engines can only provide search information for tracks from legitimate music companies. Today, Baidu launched their new homepage for MP3 searches: The new MP3 homepage shows rich content of popular songs in […]
Blogger Gordon Choi put up a good post on Baidu web analytics. Baidu web analytics is still in beta open to its advertisers and publishers. Baidu web analytics tracking requires you embed two sets of tracking codes in header and body sections respectively. Some metrics helpful identifying quality traffic include average visit time, average pageview […]
via People.com.cn, According to a telecommunications industry operational report released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, between January and July, the number of telephone users in China rose by 48.99 million to 1.03 billion, of which the number of fixed telephone users dropped by 12.42 million to 328 million, and the number of […]
Google Vice President, Greater China president Kai-fu Lee, today will announce the formal resignation. Sina science and technology exclusively learned that Kai-fu Lee on the end of June had already made plans to leave; but, because Google China had to deal with a sudden urgent incident, Kai-fu Lee decided to postpone its departure. Kaifu Lee […]
According to the latest China Outbound Travel Monitor from Nielsen, 85% of Chinese travelers said that they “definitely” or “probably” will travel outside the country at some point over the next 12 months. The report also finds that short haul trips, such as those to Hong Kong (the most mentioned place to visit), Macau or […]
Via sinotechblog,com, CR-Nielsen has found that revenue for digital advertising campaigns in China reached US$223.9 million in July of this year, denoting a year-on-year boost of nearly 37 per cent.
ccording to a NetPop report, there are currently 102 million mobile consumers and 182 million web-enabled phones in China. The US has only 18 million mobile consumers with 57 million web-enabled phones. Netpop | Pocket: Growing The Mobile Marketplace Preview View more documents from Netpop.