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  1. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    Compare this to Spanish (807 percent), Chinese (1,479 percent) or Arabic (a massive increase of more than 2,500 percent). China's own data, meanwhile, suggests it has the largest mobile web community in the world, with almost half of users...

  2. How to Launch an English Only Global Search Marketing Campaign

    Even though there are 1.3 billion speakers of Chinese and Spanish, English with 350 million speakers is still the most widely spoken language of business and international commerce. For example, the Indian community in France or the Jewish...

  3. Baidu Executives Fly to U.S. For Meeting With Facebook

    If Chinese hacker cyber attacks have caused Google to have concerns about China, should the Internet community be concerned about Facebook opening operations in China? Last week, executives from the Chinese search engine Baidu flew to the United...

  4. Social Media Around the World: Current Trends and Future Growth

    One key to the success of Chinese social media sites like Kaixin001 and Xing is the Golden Shield Project enforced by the Chinese government. With none of the constraints experienced in the Chinese social networking marketplace, Orkut and Facebook...

  5. Human-flesh Search Engines Unearth Dark Side of Online Community

    Though B.B.S.s of this original form were popular in China in the early '90s, before the Web arrived, Chinese now use B.B.S.to describe any kind of online forum. Resembling the kind of single issue protest campaigns that the activist network 4-chan...

  6. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    Overwhelming number of Chinese attempting to learn English don't have enough English friends trying to learn Chinese. Hi5 claims to be number one in the Spanish speaking community. Based on the predictions for the winner of Social Media Madness in...

  7. Forget Tibet; Free the Content

    This means anytime the Chinese government decides that a certain type of content isn't worthy of its people, they can tell search engines not to list them. It seems the Chinese government is upset about adult content and wants to free its people...

  8. Baidu Launches C2C Site, Youa.com

    With our vast user community, technological expertise, mature product offering and deep understanding of Chinese Internet landscape, we believe that we have a competitive edge in China's C2C arena and look forward to taking full advantage of the...

  9. Human Flesh Search Engines in China

    A mob of Chinese ‘netizens' tracked down and punished a 21-year old video blogger whose clip they deemed unpatriotic. Gao Qianhi, a 21-year old Chinese woman, recently posted an online video of herself complaining about the huge amount of TV...

  10. Highlights from the SEW Blog: April 21-25, 2008

    Google Pursues the Baidu-Dominated Chinese Search MarketIn an effort to catch Baidu, the dominate search engine in China, Google has plans to add 200 employees to the 600 it already has dedicated to efforts in the world's largest country.