Interbrand recently released their 2016 ranking of the Global Top Brands; Apple ranks first with $178,119 million brand value, followed by Google, Coca Cola, Microsoft, and Toyota.
Encouraged by the success of some social networking apps as WeChat, many leading social networks across the world start integrating online commerce capabilities for new areas of revenues.
During the period from June 2013 to June 2014, WeChat usage rate increased by 26%, ranking top among all the popular social platforms worldwide according to research of L2.
Deputy general manager of Weibo Zenghui Cao confirmed a Weibo account to be from Facebook today though it’s not a verified enterprise Weibo account:
An astonishing info found out by BI Intelligence that Facebook had 95 million users in China (under 100 million in America), although Facebook was and still is blocked by China Great Firewall. Besides, Google+ had 100 million users in China, Twitter had 80 million and Youtube had 60 million users in China. Linkedin is the […]
According to Hitwise data, Weibo is playing a more important role to e-commerce websites in China, compared to Facebook and Twitter. A total of 6.5% Sina Weibo users visit e-commerce websites after visiting Weibo including daily deal sites, C2C websites (like Taobao) and B2C Websites (like 360buy.com).
comScore last week released its March 2010 rankings of the top video properties in Hong Kong based on data from its comScore Video Metrix service. The report found that 88.5% of Hong Kong’s Internet population viewed video online in March, with visitors averaging more than 10 hours of video viewing per person during the month.
Hong Kong people are the most passionate about Facebook among the Greater China region (mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau), shown in a recent research conducted by O’Reilly, “Facebook Demographic Trends”. It seems Facebook has a very hard time in mainland China.
Taobao has quietly launched its social network “Tao Jianghu”. “Tao” is from “Taobao”; “Jianghu” is the milieu, environment, or sub-community, often fictional, in which many Chinese classical wuxia stories are set. So far, I can’t see any links on Taobao.com to this SNS site. The platform is built by Comsenz which just looks like another […]