58.com, a Chinese classified advertising website set up in 2005, targets at offering local life service with SME. It has 4 million active enterprises and 130 million monthly unique users, covering 27 major cities in the area of real estate, recruitment, automobile, housekeeping service, catering, second-hand market, etc. It has been eight years since the […]
According to iResearch, the total mobile brands advertising cost in June reached 46.09 million yuan (USD 7.48 million). Nokia spent most on online advertising, with 11.56 million yuan (USD 1.87 million). Followed by Motorola and Samsung.
Sohu just released its Q2 financial report on July 29, 2013. The total revenue in Q2 is USD 339 million, 10% higher than Q1 with year-on-year increase of 33%. Net income is 22 million USD in Q2, 6% lower than Q1 with a 100% year-on-year increase. Sohu operating income is 64 million USD in Q2, […]
According to an adSage report, mobile application life cycle has been dropping from 200 days in June 2012 to 40 days in May 2013. The number of daily active users dropped and growth rate of new users slowed down.
According to Nielsen’s research, China Mobile phone penetration is among the highest with 89%, among which 66% use smartphone. The younger generation are more likely to embrace smartphone devices; 82% between the age of 16 and 24. And over half of the mobile phone users have multiple phones.
China online video market reached 2.42 billion yuan in the first quarter of 2013, up 39.5% from 2012, but down 11.0% compared with the last quarter of 2012 which is affected by the quarterly factors of advertising market. Market Size: Stable Growth Overall; Diversified Sources of Income Advertisement is still the main income source of […]
Sun Peilin, an analyst in EnfoDesk recently pointed out that the market size of Chinese mobile internet reached 158.8 billion yuan by the end of 2012, with 750 billion users.
According to the recent data released by iResearch, China online advertising market has almost reached 20 billion yuan, which indicates that the overall market has stepped into a new round of development.
According to Enfodesk, Baidu accounted for 30.9% of the total online ad revenue in China; Alibaba for 15.3%, and Google China for 6.2%.
Benefiting from the rapid development of e-commerce, China online ads market reached 14.53 billion yuan (USD2.33 billion) in Q3 2012, which is building its historical high.
The most important holiday in 2012 is coming in four months—National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival together leave a total of eight days (starting from September 30 to October 7); how you allocate your budget in different media can make a big difference. Nielsen’s cross-media measurement panel in Shanghai has found that half of Shanghai households […]