Despite WeChat’s incredible growth, engagement on articles published by official accounts has fallen by two thirds in the past 3 years. WeChat users are bombarded by content and it’s becoming harder for publishers to reach their fans. Building on the success of last year’s guide KAWO & 31...
While the majority of luxury brands operating in China have opened WeChat Official Accounts, many of them are still reluctant to run their businesses entirely on WeChat, instead opting to drive their subscribers to external websites and e-commerce platforms. However, WeChat doesn’t make this ea...
China has long been perceived as a “nation of copycats,” where the shanzhaimentality reigned supreme, but, while pirating still goes on there, China has already moved on to the next phase of its development. The same has happened with WeChat. What started out as a Chinese copy of Whatsapp has...
There is no denying that social media is the best way to approach target customers and raise brand awareness in China, as the country has an extraordinarily high mobile device penetration rate. With new social media products and programmes constantly appearing, 2017  witnessed countless innovative...
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