Premium quality products are becoming increasingly popular in China, and more and more e-commerce companies are turning its focus from low prices to high quality including Netease Yanxuan, Mijia Youpin (Xiaomi), Biyao, and Tmall (Taobao Xinxuan). … [Read more...]
Netease News and Statistics
Netease is one of China's leading Internet and online game services providers, who primarily runs three business segments: online and mobile games, advertising services and e-commerce businesses. And, online and mobile gaming brings most revenue for Netease.
Netease operates 163.com, a popular web portal in China.
Netease is actively building a formidable portfolio of mobile offerings with leading mobile applications, social communication services and games to address China’s rapidly growing mobile culture.
YiChat (Yixin), a mobile instant messenger, is Netease's strategic joint venture with China Telecom; NetEase Mobile News is the number one mobile news application by time spent according to iResearch; EaseRead: a cross-platform online reader application; NetEase Cloud Music: SNS app to discover and share music.
Youdao, owned by Netease, also provides mobile Internet applications with big data technology.
Youdao Dictionary is the leading online dictionary and translation service in China; cloud storage service “Youdao Cloudnote” contains unique handwritten Chinese note-taking function and fully integrated mobile features.
Tencent is the number one public company ($10.2 bn) in the world by game revenues in 2016, followed by Sony ($7.88 bn) according to Newzoo. Another Chinese company Netease also made it to the top 10 ($4.2 bn) whose revenues grew by over 50%. … [Read more...]
China online gaming market reached 177 billion yuan (US$25.7 bn) in 2016 and is estimated to grow to exceed 232 billion yuan (US$33.69 bn) in 2019 according to data from iResearch. … [Read more...]
Online videos became mainstream media for online learning in China in 2016 with Netease leading in online learning market in China according to a recent survey conducted by Netease and Guokr. … [Read more...]
Each year Forbes Fabulous 50 list identifies the corporate stars of the Asia-Pacific region. Alibaba is named the most valuable company on this list this year, followed by Tencent. … [Read more...]
The total value of the BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands has risen 13% to $525.6bn in the last year despite China’s slowing economic growth, according to the sixth annual ranking announced today by WPP and Millward Brown. … [Read more...]
In 2014, the total value by revenue of China internet market was RMB637.73 billion (US$104.15 billion) with 74.4% in revenue via PC. Alibaba's market value exceeded RMB253.41 billion (US$41.38 billion), ranking top among all China internet companies in 2014, followed by Tencent and Baidu according to data of iResearch. … [Read more...]
Netease completed 2014 with a 42.5% YoY increase in Q4 revenues, led by a 35.7% increase in online game services, a 22.7% increase in advertising services and a 224.2% increase from Netease expanding e-mail, e-commerce and others business. … [Read more...]
Interbrand, a brand consultancy company, released its 2014 Best China Brands report last week. Tencent claims the #1 position with China Mobile dropping to #2. … [Read more...]
Netease total revenues for the third quarter of 2014 were RMB3,325.9 million (US$541.9 million), compared to RMB2,951.9 million and RMB2,514.3 million for the preceding quarter and the third quarter of 2013, respectively. … [Read more...]
Sohu News mobile app achieved 100 million users this May; but now, Tencent News surpassed Sohu News becoming the best mobile news app by the number of unique visitors and MAU. … [Read more...]
Netease is the largest e-mail service provider in China with 680 million registered e-mail users and 200 million mobile phone mailbox users as of June 30, 2014, according to Netease Quarterly Results. … [Read more...]
On October 8th, 2013, an online free classes platform Coursera joined with Chinese online education platform NetEase to launch a Chinese language Coursera Zone. Coursera Zone will offer syllabus, FAQ and discussion forum in Chinese. What's more, Coursera Zone would provide more classes in Chinese, NetEase would select some online classes and store them in its servers to … [Read more...]
According to EnfoDesk, market scale of China advertising platforms in Q3 reached 28.77 billion yuan (USD 4.7 billion), 24.2% more than Q2 2013. … [Read more...]
Yahoo! decided to close its mail service in China in early April. It sent notification to users that they had enough time, until Aug 19, to save their emails and contacts and switch to another provider. And now Yahoo! Chinese mail is coming into its last few days. NetEase, Chinese leading e-mail provider, suggested Yahoo! mail users move to NetEase mail. Users could use … [Read more...]
China online ad market in Q2, from iResearch data, reached 23.26 billion yuan (USD 3.8 billion), growing 17.4% compared to Q1 and YoY growth of 27.4%. China online ad market is entering to a steady growth stage. In Q2, search, video, news and navigation monthly usage increased. NetEase, Taobao and eTao had more than 10% QoQ growth, Sina, Sohu and iFeng had more than 7% QoQ … [Read more...]