Renren’s monthly unique log-in users was about 35 million in September 2016, compared to 45 million in September 2015 with an decrease of 22% YoY. The login users’ monthly average time spent increased 17.5% year-over-year.
Renren: China's Leading Social Networking Website
Renren’s total net revenues for the second quarter of 2014 were US$25.0 million, representing a 42.4% decrease from the corresponding period in 2013 according to Renren unaudited financial report.
According to Renren’s First Quarter 2014 Financial Report, the number of accumulated activated users on renren.com increased from approximately 184 million as of March 31, 2013 to approximately 210 million as of March 31, 2014. Monthly unique log-in users in March 2014 was approximately 51 million, compared to approximately 57 million in March 2013 and approximately 45 […]
Wechat is the number one social mobile app in China in terms of effective usage time, followed by Sina Weibo, Qzone, Baidu Tieba and Renren app according to iResearch data in April 2014.
Enfodesk just published China social media app active users ranking in December 2013, Qzone ranked the top with 211.03 million active users. Followed by Baidu Tieba, with 61.16 million active users. Renren ranked the third with 35.59 million in December 2013.
Renren released their new mobile app on November 26 2013, re-positioning to target young students as their core users. It could also be viewed as the return of Renren. In 2009, Renren changed its name from “xiaonei” to “renren” and allowed non-student users to register accounts. It encountered strong objects from some students then, they […]
According to Jia This, a social sharing aggregation provider which offers sharing and favorite buttons for over 800,000 Chinese websites, Qzone ranked the top in October social network sharing platforms. Wechat rose from the sixth to fourth, and renren dropped from fifth to sixth in October.
Renren released its Q2 finance report on Aug 15, reporting a net loss of USD 9.3 million and its total net revenue was USD 49.6 million. By the end of June 2013, its net loss was lower than that of last year, which was USD 24.9 million. And its total net revenue grew 10.7% more […]
Wechat monthly users surpassed Sina Weibo in Aug 2012, reached 82.9 million. It became the top social app in China. Weixin monthly users reached 158 million in May, 2013.
Social media has become part of Chinese netizens’ everyday life from instant messaging to Weibo and social networking.
The newly launched Renren timeline does look like that of Facebook, where users can add stories being either text, photos, music or video. Users can also upload cover photos as well. Currently users who don’t like the timeline feature can switch back to the old interface.
Weibo is the most talked about social media channel in the last one year, followed by social networking sites like Renren. No doubt Sina Weibo should be the most critical channel to consider for most companies.
China has by far the world’s most active social-media population, with 91% of respondents saying they visited a social-media site in the previous six months, compared with 30% in Japan, 67% in the United States, and 70% in South Korea, according to a McKinsey survey results released this April.
Users China’s top social networking sites are quite young, about 80% of which are between 20-34 years old according to Enfordesk’s data in September this year.
Renren last week announced its unaudited Q3 financial results, who also made their first post-IPO strategic acquisition, 56.com in Q3, a leading Chinese user-generated-content focused video sharing site Renren’s mobile penetration has reached over 35% of unique monthly log-in users with over half of their mobile users accessing their Renren accounts through smartphones. In addition, […]