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WeChat dominance in China’s mobile space has been declining. According to a recent report, the average read count of articles published on WeChat decreased 24 percent in 2017 from the previous year; the average open rate for articles has fallen to under 5 percent in 2017; and the share of...
Knowing every customer and being able to communicate with them anytime & anywhere have always been the goal for companies. With Social CRM (SCRM), this is no longer a trouble. In short, SCRM is the use of social media for organizations to engage customers. Companies use the tool to dig...
Daigou is an overseas personal shopper that brings anything from vitamins to luxuries goods to Mainland China. Chinese consumers love them because they can buy products at lower prices that might not even be available in China. But most brands detest daigou as they undercut their traditional sales and spread...
The Chinese online consumer preferences have been changing in the last few years. The ongoing tech empowerment of the middle class and lower middle class is reflected in the rapid success of Pinduoduo and in the rapidly increase sales of instant noodles, paper towels, and low-end consumer products. After years...
Brands want to see results when they embark on working with KOLs, which is why it can be disheartening when expensive marketing efforts result in low sales generation. However, it is important to remember that the value of a KOL is one that is measured not simply by their reach,...
One of the most common statements we hear from international companies is that ‘China is so different!’ Yes, the Chinese market is unique and challenging, but also filled with many opportunities. Don’t dream about being successful here by copying the strategies back home. To win the heart of Chinese consumers,...
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