China post-90s are the active group on the internet, especially on social media; and, China post-90s QQ users accounted for 39% of total users according to data released on Tencent’s Open Day. They favor mobile shopping and online videos.
As of June 2014, China internet users exceeded 632 million, of which 527 million were mobile phone internet users with an increase of 26.99 million from 2013 according to data of CNNIC.
In Q3 2014, total transaction value of China mobile shopping market was RMB230.96 billion ($37.59 billion) with an increase of 250.9% from the same period of prior year. Total transaction value of China online shopping market was RMB691.41 billion ($112.55 billion) with an increase of 49.8% year on year in Q3 2014.
In Q3 2014, total transaction value of China mobile Internet market was RMB51.56 billion ($8.39 billion) with increase of 11% quarter on quarter and 93.4% year on year according to data from iResearch.
Paipai.com, part of Jingdong, is launching micro-shop platform for both business and individual sellers targeting C2C mobile shopping market.
In H1 2014, total number of China mobile Internet users exceeded 686 million and 60% users are male. There was an increase of 2.5% from H2 2013 in total number of female users.
UCWeb, mobile browser company now owned by Alibaba, updated its mobile browser to cooperate with Tmall to promote shopping privilege by giving out red envelops (or hongbao, a frequently used mobile marketing tactic) worth RMB60 million (USD 9.7 million). New version will support users to log in with Taobao account so users can enjoy convenience […]
The total transaction value of China online apparel market exceeded RMB434.9 billion (USD70.75 billion) in 2013 with a YoY increase of 42.8%, which accounted for 23.1% of the whole China online shopping market.
Jingdong launched a shopping channel on mobile QQ, the most popular mobile app in China grabbing more share in China’s mobile shopping market.
China mobile shopping market total transactions reached RMB168.39 billion (US$27.3 billion) in the second quarter of 2014, representing 26.8% of total online shopping transactions in the same period in China, an increase of 24.6% compared with the first quarter.
Do you know that some Chinese who stay up late tend to buy before they sleep; three peak period for women clothing purchase; moms’ mobile shopping starts from midnight; the middle aged often buy collectibles in the afternoon… I created this infographic based on recently released data from Taobao so that you can get an […]
JD.com’s Wechat shop is currently being targeted among some Wechat users in Beijing and Shanghai with updated Wechat version 5.3.
In the first quarter of 2014, China mobile shopping market total transactions reached 78.02 billion yuan (USD 12.53 billion), with an growth of 13% from the previous quarter, an increase of 207% compared with the first quarter in 2013 according to Analysis International.
The Chinese e-commerce market have seen a sharp rise in both B2C and C2C channels in the recent years. Rapid development in online shopping platforms, social media, online payment and mobile devices is not only driving the market to a boom, but also revolutionizing consumer experience and business marketing methods. Here are the four major […]
PricewaterhouseCoopers released a report on April 8 2014, which found out that Chinese consumers ran ahead of global consumers in online shopping, especially in mobile shopping.