Digital Marketing in China 42 articles

With one of the world’s largest online communities, China’s digital marketing landscape is constantly changing and incredibly unique. Learn more about the way Chinese consumers use the web and interact with social media and read the latest Chinese Digital Marketing News and insights with Sinorblog and discover how to overcome the technical challenges business face when operating from outside of China.

4 reasons to support your distributor in China through marketing

Working with a distributor in China is an effective and oftentimes necessary step for small and medium sized businesses to sell to Chinese consumers. And once you have put in the hard yards and found a Chinese distributor that you trust, it can be tempting to adopt a hands-off approach and just let them handle all your China marketing and sales activity..

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Radio interview: How to break into China's digital market

Our CEO, Nicolas Chu, recently had the chance to have a chat with Gerry Edwards and Dave Chawner at Panda Radio U.K.  They discussed how Sinorbis is helping businesses to get high visibility in China through our online marketing platform. Due to the Great Firewall of China, many Western companies fail to reach Chinese consumers - their website is not..

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5 essential tips on how to build a website for China

For international brands looking to enter the China market, a localised web presence is a necessity. But it takes a lot more than simply translating your content to build a website for China. It must to be adapted to the needs of Chinese digital consumers and local search engines to deliver results.

While there are a lot of technical aspects you need to..

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Advertising Law in China: What foreign brands need to know

In 2015, the Chinese Government has updated their advertising regulation to protect the interest, health and safety of Chinese consumers, limiting the kinds of claims brands can make in their promotional campaigns. So, what does this mean for foreign companies looking to promote their brand in China? In this article, we dive deep into the implications of..

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How to set up WeChat official account

Setting up an official WeChat account as an international business can be a somewhat confusing affair. In China, WeChat is known as Weixin and only if you have an account on Weixin will your posts be seen by consumers in China. This is due to Chinese internet regulation, also known as the Great Firewall, that Tencent needs to adhere to. 

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Top tips to design a mobile responsive website for China

Of the 731 million internet users in China, an astounding 695 million of them are on mobile. That’s 95 per cent of all internet users. Having a mobile-responsive website for China, therefore, is not just good practice – it’s an absolute necessity if you’re serious about breaking into the Chinese market. 

In a nutshell, responsive web design is when..

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China Digital Marketing Trends to Watch in 2018

Digital marketing in China is unique and constantly changing. With over 460 million online consumers, it is a major untapped opportunity for Western brands.

Digital Marketing Landscape in China: What You Can Expect

When we look at the Chinese digital marketing landscape, one particularly interesting development was the diversification of the big players:

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Case study: How Chatty Kids cracked the WeChat marketing code

There are few Australian companies that have been able to crack the WeChat marketing code, and Chatty Kids, an educational platform that helps kids learn how to read and speak English, is one of them. At this year’s Access China Summit, Chatty Kids founder Ken Taggart spoke about how his start-up have used WeChat to win over Chinese consumers, and what..

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Marketing to Chinese travellers: Tourism Australia’s success

When it comes to organisations that have managed to capitalise on the Chinese travel market, Tourism Australia is an exemplary success story. In 2009, the overnight expenditure of Chinese tourists was contributing about $3 billion to the Australian economy, and was projected to reach $9 billion by 2020. Today, that initial projection has already been..

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Baidu trends gives invaluable insights to Marketers

Chinese search engine insights remain one of the easiest and cheapest way to do market research in China, allowing you to optimise your marketing activity and platforms to suit your user’s needs. 

What is Baidu Trends?

Baidu Index (known as Baidu Zhishu and comparable with Google Trends) allows users to look up the search volume and trends for certain..

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