According to Enfodesk, the top three mobile IM in China by total number of cumulative accounts are mobile QQ with 38.07% market share, Weixin (Wechat) with 27.97%, and Fetion with 18.37%.
Hou Xiaonan, the vice general manager of Tencent’s open platform recently announced that the monthly active users of WeChat, one of Tencent’s app had reached 190 million users; and, mobile QQ had reached 500 million, Qzone 600 million.
According to TNS, UC mobile leads mobile app facetime but is closely followed by Mobile QQ, WeChat and Weibo.
The continued online user behavior research released by iResearch showed that, Tencent QQ reached over 200 million in January 2013, which is 71.5% of the total netizen maintaining the lead in instant messaging market. Followed by Aliwangwang and Fetion. Aliwangwang reached 44.09 million internet users while Fetion reached 17.99 million.
According to EnfoDesk, China instant messaging users reached 1.21 billion in Q3 2012, with the QoQ growth of 4.1% and YoY growth of 7.1% Reviewing the performance of China’s IM products from Q3 2010 to Q3 2012, key players are Tencent QQ, Ali Wangwang, Fetion and others.
go.qq.com, part of Tencent, is the most visited online travel website in May 2012 according to Hitwise data; it’s not surprising considering the mass online community Tencent owns.
The latest financial report revealed that Tencent’s QQ has over 700 million users, more than the total of China Internet users reported by CNNIC. Tencent launched various social media applications like Qzone, Pengyou, Tencent Weibo and most recent Weixin which all have grown very fast with its huge user base of QQ.
Tencent QQ, Alibaba’s Wangwang, and China Mobile’s Fetion (Feixin) were the top three most popular instant messengers in China last year.
Baidu has launched a bookmarking tool in beta called “Baidu Share”. Users can choose three styles; button style, text/icon style and flowing window style as shown below: Users can share content with Baidu Share at sixteen popular social networking sites including:
You can hardly find an Internet user in China who does not have a QQ account. Integrating QQ Connect into your website or microsite should be included while you develop your social strategy.
According to data released by Enfodesk, Q2 mobile IM market went up by 40 million more active users.
Tencent last week launched a new social networking website in China called “Peng You” which means “Friends” in English. Pengyou clearly targets two groups of audience, “students” and “white collar workers”. At first login, users will be asked to select which group they belong to: The “students” SNS features come from Tencent’s previous product called […]
Tencent launched English version instant messenger some time ago and it has recently launched an English portal for expat netizens – imqq.com. Unlike its Chinese portal qq.com, imqq.com currently seems to focus on local content. Right now, it has included Shanghai and Beijing.It also promotes its English version instant messenger – QQ International (in English, […]
According to Tencent’s latest released data, its QQ instant messenger service reached 80 million simultaneous online users at 8pm on Oct 10, 2009. As China now has about 338 million Internet users (according to CNNIC’s latest report), it means one quarter of total Internet users in China log in QQ messenger at the same time. […]
Tencent has launched its web based QQ and the interface is pretty neat with shorcuts functions. Interestingly, after logging in, it shows list of friends with the latest status update. Clicking on the friend’s name will activate a pop up chat box; why don’t they just make it more convenient to make it possible to […]