Social application market develops rapidly, satisfying users’ various needs such as communication, entertainment, interests, and work. Instant messaging and social networking are the top two most popular features of social applications in China.
The internet plays a more and more important role in our daily life. Many people devote themselves in the internet industry to strive for better development. According to LinkedIn, over 280,000 talents work in China internet industry.
Chinese employees’ frequency of changing jobs is higher than American employees in 2014 according to a report from LinkedIn. The report covers Chinese employees from China’s major economic circles, i.e. Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei economic circle, Yangtze river delta economic circle, the pearl river delta economic circle and middle-China economic circle.
LinkedIn launched its Chinese version in China this February since when the number of daily new users has increased by 80%, Sina Tech news reports.
The total number of business social networking users in China was only 3.7 million in 2008 but experienced high growth rate last year to over 31 million according to iResearch January data.
Linkedin launched its beta Chinese website on 25th February in 2014, naming its Chinese site “Ling Ying”. President of Linkedin China, Derek Shen led a crew of 6 and showed up on Shen’s Sina Weibo. Derek Shen had posted recruiting notice on Linkedin China enterprise Weibo, as well as his profile page on Linkedin.
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 […]