Creative agencies, media agencies, digital agencies, PR firms and social media specialist shops all want to own their clients’ social media business and even feels a legitimate claim to it. This week on “Thoughtful China,” we ask experts who really should handle your social media business. more »
Since launching in 2011, WeChat has become one of the most popular ways for Chinese consumers to communicate. One of the new features on WeChat 5.0 is the barcode scanner, see how it works in this video. more »
Collecting and evaluating market research is a critical step for every marketer in China, but the fast rate of change there also makes it a tremendous challenge. In this week's episode of "Thoughtful China," Kitty Bu speaks with experts at leading research companies to find out how they get information... more »
The best photographers in the world are probably not in Hong Kong. But there are thousands of people in Hong Kong who can be professional photographers specialized in food pictures. Everyone claims they’re foodies (“食家” in Cantonese) and posts a stack of food photos on their Facebook, instagram, Pinterest and... more »
Selena Gomez, John Cusack, Maggie Q, Paris Hilton, Adam Lambert, the Backstreet Boys, and many more movie and pop stars have signed up to WeChat (微信 in Chinese) so as to engage with Chinese fans. more »
One month after launching its WeiboPay service and partnering with China's leading budget smartphone maker Xiaomi to sell its MI2 device, today Sina Weibo launched a new campaign to sell a slightly larger object: a special edition Smart Fourtwo. more »
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