Posts Tagged ‘online marketing’

White Paper: Finding And Retaining Social Media Key Opinion Leaders In China

Shanghai, China, October 20, 2016 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) on Weibo and Wechat are the 21st century’s new celebrities in China. With millions of followers, a young man living in Kunming can have more social media influence over the buying habits of consumers in Beijing than a high-powered traditional advertising campaign plastering billboards… Read More


Pitch.Asia Secures License For China’s Biggest Media Database With China Newswire

Shanghai, China, June 3, 2016 /ChinaNewswire.com/ – Pitch.Asia, Asia’s leader in connecting journalists with industry experts, has created a new licensing partnership with China Newswire (ChinaNewswire.com) for the use of China Newswire’s database of more than 30,000 media records. The partnership leverages and connects China Newswire’s focus over the past decade on media monitoring, press … Continue reading “Pitch.Asia Secures License For China’s Biggest Media Database With China Newswire”


Chinese Internet Company Sets Domain Name Record With USD17 Million Purchase

How much is a good website domain name worth these days? An insider from Qihoo 360 confirmed that the company has invested USD17 million, which is about CNY110 million, to acquire the top-level domain 360.com. This top-level domain was previously owned by telecom carrier Vodafone. At present, the domain has directed to Qihoo 360’s search […]


Shanghai Boshiyuan Acquires Stake In Leading Chinese Travel And Lifestyle Social Networking Website

Shanghai, China, July 9, 2014 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – Shanghai Boshiyuan Advertising Ltd., a Chinese leader in direct marketing and CRM for the travel and hospitality sector, has acquired a substantial minority equity stake in ChinaExpats.com, which hails itself as “The Social Network for Working, Living & Traveling China” and currently boasts over 100,000 registered … >>>


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Cheetah Mobile Acquires Hong Kong Online Marketing Company For USD30 Million

Cheetah Mobile, a subsidiary of Kingsoft, announced that the company has reached an agreement with Zoom Interactive, a Hong Kong online marketing company, on a full acquisition for USD30 million. The USD30 million consideration will reportedly include USD20 million in cash and about USD4 million in Cheetah Mobile restricted class A ordinary shares. In addition, […]


China Tech Entrepreneur Lands Internet Privacy Startup In Hong Kong

Online information security and privacy have increased in prominence over the past year, especially since Edward Snowden’s allegations revealed a wide array of government and corporate spying around the world.


World’s Most Sought After Loyalty And CRM Gathering To Focus On Chinese Market In 2014

Shanghai, China, December 12, 2013 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – The upcoming 6th Customer Loyalty Asia Program & CRM China Summit is the largest gathering of loyalty and CRM experts from various industries and this sixth installment is dedicated to the Chinese market. The event will be happening on the 14th-16th April 2014 in Hotel Pullman … >>>


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World’s Most Sought After Loyalty And CRM Gathering To Focus On Chinese Market In 2014

Shanghai, China, December 12, 2013 /ChinaNewswire.com – Xinwengao.com/ – The upcoming 6th Customer Loyalty Asia Program & CRM China Summit is the largest gathering of loyalty and CRM experts from various industries and this sixth installment is dedicated to the Chinese market. The event will be happening on the 14th-16th April 2014 in Hotel Pullman … >>>


This press release has been syndicated from China Newswire – Social Media Content Marketing Press Releases For China


New Chinese Internet Rules Focus On Data Security, Web Advertising

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology published new security and advertising provisions for regulating the Internet information service market, effective March 15, 2012. The provisions prohibit activities that violate the rights and interests of other Internet information service providers, including disturbing the services of other providers in a malicious way, or spreading malicious rumors […]


The End Of Social Networking Sites In China?

A new report issued by a Chinese government-funded research organization states Facebook and Western social networking sites pose spy risks, and these problems should make social media mavens worry about possible clampdowns on social networking sites in China. According to local media, the “Blue Book of New Media” published by the Chinese Academy of Social […]