At a time when consumers have gradually looked through the routines of social media marketing, brands need to be creative enough to attract their attention. Let’s see how McDonald’s managed to get unexpected 190 million brand impressions through its Spring Festival story of the first pot of gold. Interactive WeChat Moments Ads Taking advantage of […]
In 2017, Saint Laurent, Lancôme, Dior, L’Oréal, and other top-of-the-line international makeup brands arranged WeChat Moments advertising during major holidays to publicize their own lipstick products. If promoting a diamond as a symbol of love and loyalty is among the most classic examples of marketing history, then turning lipstick into the preferred symbol of love […]
Xiaogou Electronics was founded in 1999, becoming one of the successful companies who made a success on Taobao/Tmall, successfully transforming its traditional business to e-commerce operation.
Do You still remember the “nickname bottle” that Coca Cola launched last summer? Such an impressive case was not so long ago, now Coca Cola has shifted its focus from bottle to cap, joining up with WeChat.
I chanced upon this Airbnb banner ad in Google’s display network during my business trip in China last month. I clicked on this ad which led me to this landing page:
One status update on Renren account by the name of Yuqing Fan got over hundreds of thousands of replies, reposts and imitations. A direct translation of the original post by Miss Fan is,
The heavy storm yesterday afternoon in Beijing flooded some areas and stopped the operation of several lines of subway. However, there were a few lessons marketers can learn on social media marketing on Weibo from how some Chinese companies took advantage of the storm. Lesson 1: Monitor the conversation & take advantage of trending topic […]
A photo editing software company promoted their product on valentine’s day on multiple channels via a viral application. Meitu Xiuxiu is a photo editor developed by a company in Xiamen (a quick Chinese lesson: “mei” means “beautiful; “tu” is “picture”; “xiu” is “show” in English).