As little as 10 cents, you can “grow” your fan base in China social media such as Baidu Post Bar, blogs, micro-blogging platforms, etc. With less than 3,000 yuan (USD 440), you can get tens of thousands of fans for your social media channels. And guess what? You can find many such sellers easily on […]
The People’s Daily, the organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CCP), recently launched its own Twitter clone to compete in Chinese microblogging. It’s clearly a different microblogging provider to me (probably because of its link with the government) as most “Tweets” are about matters vital to national well-being and the […]
Baidu has updated its Post Bar service, integrated with microblogging features. About Baidu Post Bar Baidu Post Bar (Chinese: tieba) provides users with a query-based searchable community to exchange views and share knowledge and experiences. Any user can set up a post bar or post bar club. In Post Bars, anyone can post; but in […]
MSN China unveiled “MSN Juku” – a microblogging service which MSN China claimed it not a microblogging service but a product of local innovation. Whatever. Juku can be accessed here: http://club.msn.cn The shout box is on the top allowing users to send a message of up to 139 characters (either 139 English characters or 139 […]
MySpace China’s microblogging platform 9911.com has recently enabled its users to update by sending multimedia messages (MMS) to 15811219911 (mobile number). 9911 users currently can update their status by seven ways: update from website 9911.com mobile internet m.9911.com SMS to 158 1121 9911 MMS to 158 1121 9911 MSN messenger Desktop client Syndicate from other […]
MySpace China recently launched micro-blogging site 9911.com. It allows posting with each no more than 140 characters by 9911.com, mobile site, desktop software, MSN robot, and SMS.