The number of people in China using social networking and communication sites or apps rose modestly in the first half of 2017, with 84.3% of internet users using WeChat Moments and 65.8% using QZone.
China Social Media Trends & Insights for Marketing Profs
China social media landscape is very unique; you should not simply copy whatever you do in other countries to Chinese market. You need thorough understanding about the social media space in China, the culture and people. Before you take any actions, you need to develop a digital strategy around your business objective.
Momo, one of the top social networking mobile app, monthly active users (“MAU”) reached 91.3 million in June 2017, compared to 74.8 million in June 2016 according to its financial results.
Micro-commerce, conducted through social media and chat software such as WeChat, is a hot market in China. It is viewed by enterprises as a new and improved way to market and sell compared to traditional e-commerce models, and by consumers as a quicker, less effort-intensive way to shop, using recommendations and shared information from people […]
Using a WeChat official account to engage in content marketing must also follow these three principles: content creation, content distribution, and conversions. This 3000-word guide provides a framework for marketers and shares common mistakes many companies made utilizing WeChat for marketing. THREE STEPS TO CONTENT MARKETING There are three steps to content marketing; we call […]
Since its launch in 2016, WeChat Moments advertising, with its full-screen immersive browsing, speedy load times, and other advantages, has been the tool of choice for many advertisers. In order to better enable such users, WeChat has released updated features for its advertising platform, introducing a fully-customizable promotion function. What is the custom promotion page? […]
The total number of monthly active users on WeChat reached 963 million, an increase of 19.5% YoY according to Tencent’s latest financial results. QQ MAUs dropped 3.9% to 662 million.
55% of China social app users reported having bought or paid for goods or services on a social app, and of those who have made purchases, more than half were between 50 and 250 yuan, with more than 90% below 1000 yuan according to iResearch.
For the second quarter of 2017, Weibo reported net revenues of $253.4 million and 361 million monthly active users.
With rapid improvement in China’s mobile internet access, social apps have become an ever-more indispensable part of users’ lives. Many Internet-related enterprises have entered into this field, facing the ever-changing needs and habits of users and in the process greatly impacting the development of social software and apps. The following is an overview of the […]
With the engagement of Internet celebrities and key opinion leaderships (KOLs), a new way has been paved in luxury brand marketing in China. Other than inviting online celebrities and KOLs to endorse the products and sometimes collaborating with them to produce new designer items, luxury brand companies have also started to sell their designer products […]
The proportion of lifestyle content sharing from mobile apps in China kept increasing in the twelve months ending in March 2017 while games and shopping categories shrank. WeChat is the top channel of mobile sharing in China. The number of sharing to WeChat friends (chats) exceeded that of WeChat Moments (social networking section on WeChat) […]
Starbucks’ updated WeChat app encourages users to share smaller gift cards in WeChat group chats, instead of just one-on-one. Does the thought of gifting Starbucks in a group chat scare you? No need to worry, because there’s a new series of small 3 and 4 yuan coupons out. Remember the beginning of 2017, when everyone […]