First, Bing does not apply China's legal requirements to searches conducted outside of China. Due to an error in our system, we triggered an incorrect results removal notification for some searches noted in the report but the results themselves are...
For example, Orkut is almost as popular as Facebook in Brazil, while Sina Weibo and Qzone are among China's top social networks. The only way to reach those customers and create credibility is through the internet," Salazar said.
Mobile Internet users in China are accessing the mobile Internet far more times per day than desktop users, showing that marketers and advertisers have more opportunities to reach their target audiences.
For companies looking to market into China, understanding Baidu is crucial. In China, Baidu is the major player with more than three of every four searches conducted on their engine. At the time Yahoo was primarily a directory with search...
Source: ChinaInternet Watch, recent update w/ June Chinese Search Engine Market Share by Jennifer Slegg China's online retail markets, at $23 billion, are second in the world behind the U.S. China, Brazil, and Russia are at the forefront.
You should also know that ads are not available to be shown on Amazon sites in Canada, Germany, Japan, France, and China. Unless you've been living under a rock that happens to block access to the Internet, chances are that you've at least heard of...
Baidu, China's top search engine, is in the process of making one of the largest ever Internet takeovers in the country's history, with a $1.9 billion purchase of 91 Wireless, an Internet app Store, from NetDragon, Reuters reported.
In fact, Google ranks fifth of all the search engines in China, and held just 3 percent of search market share in June, according to the latest data from Chinese Internet analytics company CNZZ. While Google is the behemoth throughout most of the...
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If YouTube were a country, it would be the third largest in the world after China and India. This generation is defined by the Internet, mobile, and social – consuming content when and where they want.
China, where Facebook remains officially banned, represents one obvious stumbling block in Facebook's quest for complete worldwide domination, while VKontakte and Odnoklassniki remain popular in Russia.
China search giant Baidu was second globally with 14.5 billion (8.2 percent), and Yahoo came in third with 8.63 billion (4.9 percent). The following eMarketer graph shows the comparative growth of Internet user penetration in Russia:
Google had been offering users a warning if they searched for terms including "Freedom", and whenever someone in China had made such a move would tell them that their Internet connection could be interrupted.
With the Internet itself not expected to reach a majority of China's vast population until 2015, Qzone may even be able to overhaul Facebook's active user figures without having to expand very much outside Chinese borders.
Many commentators have predicted that mobile search will overtake desktop by 2015 and in some countries, including China and India, this is already the case. Mobile Internet is on the rise all over the world.
Wired posted a story yesterday about how a small riot following the World Series win for the San Francisco Giants sparked what, in China, would be known as a 'human flesh search' for one of the rioters.
Tencent's Qzone claims to have almost half a billion members itself in China – an obvious stumbling block in Facebook's quest for complete worldwide dominance. Swedish social media entrepreneur Erik Wachtmeister recently announced the launch of a...
Just a little background for you, Qihoo 360 Technology Co.is a Chinese security software company that created a very popular browser in China with almost 300 million users, falling just second behind Internet Explorer.