WeChat (Weixin) has recruited advertisers for Moment ads on June 1 Children’s Day in China according to ebrun.com. WeChat has tight control on WeChat Moments ads, trying to unify theme and slogan. From WeChat main nostalgic creative point of view, recalling users’ childhood memory can undoubtedly resonate with old brand advantage.
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On 20 April 2015, China Press and Publication Academy released the report of the 12th national reading survey which included reading on WeChat for the first time. The report showed that on average a Chinese adult reads on WeChat twice a day for over 40 minutes.
Total hongbao volume on Chinese New Year eve exceeded one billion on WeChat compared with 240 million on Alipay. The volume during the same period on Weiob was 101 million who started Hongbao campaign on 2 Feb 2015.
There were 468 million WeChat users in Q3 2014 and the number is growing with a stable growth rate in China. WeChat also dominates APAC mobile messaging in Q3 2014. Nowadays, more and more users are using WeChat for consuming news and information. Let’s take a look at some reading habits of WeChat users in […]
A report conducted by Beijing Normal University shows Wechat penetration rate in Beijing and Shenzhen accounted for 51.7%. Wechat, QQ and Weibo are three major social apps among Chinese with more male users. Wechat had higher total user reach over 40 years old group than QQ while for under 40 years old group Wechat’s reach […]
Wechat Moments are now crowded with news about various products posted by individuals in China who are now making use of Wechat Moments to promote their products to their friends. iTongji.cn conducted a survey about product sales on Wechat Moments in China and here are some insights on how Wechat Moments are being used as a […]
Recently, Wechat is testing its new function — micro-video. It is said the design concept of micro-video is similar to short videos.
Wechat updated public accounts backend management with more statistics that can help marketers to better understand the quality of content and needs of the fans.
Besides setting up a Wechat official account, many businesses in China set up personal Wechat account for business purpose. Tencent closed personal accounts who had more than 20,000 friends some time ago and just decreased the limit to 5,000 this week, discouraging the use of personal account for business purposes.
China’s post-90s (those born after 1990) are expected to contribute to 46% of China’s luxury purchases in 2021, according to joint research by Tencent Marketing Insight (TMI) and Boston Consulting Group (BCG). China’s post-90s already make up 50% of the luxury goods buyers in the country, with a fast growth rate of between 25-35 percent […]
With rapid improvement in China’s mobile internet access, social apps have become an ever-more indispensable part of users’ lives. Many Internet-related enterprises have entered into this field, facing the ever-changing needs and habits of users and in the process greatly impacting the development of social software and apps. The following is an overview of the […]
What’s this “520 day” that intrigues many in China? The term 520, an abbreviation for May 20, denotes an unofficial Valentine’s Day in China. The number “520” phonetically resembles “Wo Ai Ni” or “I Love You” in Chinese.
Identifying proper styles of communication is critical in capturing Chinese Generation Z’s attention. Generation Zs value the way brands communicate and prefer particularly “young” and “surprise” ways of communication.
Attention is a scarce resource in today’s world. It has unique distribution patterns and characteristics. Only with proper methods, can brands capture, develop and manage it. Chinese Gen-Z Attention Distribution Time Chinese Generation Z’s attention is widely allocated across different time periods. If we look at a 24-hour calendar day, Gen-Zs generally spend a significant […]
A box is supposed to function as a storage tool. But in recent years, the “Blind Box” has gained its popularity in China. Benefiting from this trend, a Beijing-based toy maker Pop Mart raised $676 million in an initial public offering (IPO) at the end of 2020 which gave the company a valuation of $7 […]