Web & Mobile Archive

Tony DeGennaro

China’s #1 Search Engine – Baidu

As you likely already know, China’s search engine market isn’t dominated by Google like in the rest of the world. Google left the Chinese market way back in 2010 after it suffered from a cybersecurity attack that had originated within China. In place of Google several domestic Chinese search engines have risen up to dominate the market, with the most successful being Baidu.…

David Henriques

In China’s digital world, more often than not, users are conducting extensive searches on their phones, not from desktops. By the end of 2018, the number of smartphone connections surpassed 1 billion, securing China’s position as the largest mobile market globally.  With more customers using mobile devices and channels than ever before, brands and businesses across industries are looking to execute mobile optimization strategies that satisfy the purchasing demands of Chinese consumers.…

David Henriques

With the rise of social media in this digital era, it’s no surprise that the fast-moving influencer industry has developed at an even more advanced pace. The digital age has seen a shift in marketing with the presence of KOL. KOL, better known as Key Opinion Leaders, are what consumers are drifting towards in hopes of finding some authenticity from the traditional approach of digital advertising.…

David Henriques

China has firmly established itself as a global leader in consumer-oriented digital technologies and has enjoyed development rates unmatched in any other country across the world. It is the world’s largest e-commerce market, accounting for more than 40% of global transactions. Within China, rapidly changing demographics, rising incomes, and increased consumer spending has all played a critical role in making the Chinese market attractive for international brands.…

David Henriques

Brands in China are going beyond their regular online marketing efforts by implementing creative and innovative online to offline (O2O) strategies to capitalize on the Chinese consumer’s mobile-first approach to shopping. The Chinese O2O market is more than US $150 billion in size with just 4% internet penetration. According to iResearch, the value of China’s O2O ecommerce sales has grown from US $335 million in 2015 to US $626 million in 2018.…

David Henriques

China has a multifaceted digital economy that everyone seems to want a chunk of. With over 1.4 billion people and China’s surging strength in digital innovation, there’s a good chance that your target market is here. But, entering the market alone doesn’t make it just start showering money for your business. For your business to get a hold of the market share, you need to at least come in prepared with a well thought out, Digital content marketing strategy.…

David Henriques

China is already more digitized than many spectators realize with one of the most active digital-investment and start-up ecosystems in the world. “Ecosystem” is a word that gets thrown around a lot in the tech industry, but this buzzword actually deserves a lot of attention. The digital tech rise in China has appeared to grow from overnight but far from inexplicable.…

David Henriques
mobile-gaming-marketing

Across mobile and PC games, China is the largest and most lucrative gaming market on the planet, with an annual value of $29 billion. In 2016, mobile gaming alone accounted for 53% of total gaming revenue – reaching $14.6 billion. China is a mobile-first country with cheap, high performing mobile phones, which creates endless opportunities in the gaming market.…

Stefan Kingham
google adwords spending 2017

Granted, the title might surprise you. Rest assured though, we certainly don’t mean to question the power of Google Adwords!

What we’re really asking is “how much money is Google Adwords making on an annual basis and who’s contributing to that PPC revenue?”

To get straight to the point, revenues generated on Google Adwords accounted for 97% of Google’s overall income in 2015.