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, […]
Renren, China’s number one social networking website, reported total net revenues of US$30.4 million in the second quarter, a 53.2% increase from the corresponding period in 2010. Renren’s online advertising revenues were US$16.9 million, representing an increase of 93.8% from the corresponding period in 2010.
One status update on Renren account by the name of Yuqing Fan got over hundreds of thousands of replies, reposts and imitations. A direct translation of the original post by Miss Fan is,
Renren announced its first quarter unaudited financial statements, the first once its public listing. In the first quarter Renren’s total revenue reached USD 20.6 million, up 46.6% compared to Q1 in 2010; its net loss is USD 2.6 million, down 78.5%. Online advertising revenue more than doubled to 8.1 million, benefiting from the increase of […]
A recent comScore study reveals that portals commanded the largest share of online minutes, accounting for 24.4% of total time in Greater China (including Taiwan and Hong Kong), followed by the Entertainment (9%), Search/Navigation (6.2%), Social Networking (5.5%) and Retail (5%)site categories. These five categories combined accounted for half of all time spent online in […]
China’s “Facebook” renren.com recently launched Groups feature allowing certain user to create a group. Renren has fifteen levels of users; users get into higher level status by engaging in certain activities such as logging in every day. Users above Level 10 can create up to three Renren Groups; anyone can participate in up to 30 […]
Chanced upon Sina’s smart “assassin” embedded in the feeds. Take a look at a normal blog post (above) first. Atom OR RSS feeds are not popular in China; not at all though blog platforms like Sina Blog does provide RSS feeds (you can get it from firefox address bar for example) though it’s not obvious […]
From today on, Chinese netizens can manage their music playlists on Google Music Player with Windows Live ID, Yahoo ID, or Renren ID. Google China Music has added share feature which enables users to share their instantly updated playlists with their friends. Currently, Chinese netizens can download high quality legal songs and there are over […]
China’s popular social network Xiaonei which targets college students has announced the plan to re-brand itself as “Renren”. “Renren” is Chinese pinyin (means “every one”), which shows its strategic move to extend its targeted users. Renren.com is not used yet.