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In part one of this guide, we talked all about what WeChat mini programs are, and the latest trends and insights. In this part, we’re rolling up our sleeves and getting into practical advice for getting a mini program off the ground. To international brands it may appear daunting at first, the prospect of learning a new tech ecosystem, but it’s not as hard as it may appear, and the pay-offs are potentially huge.

When social networking super-app WeChat launched ‘mini programs’ in 2017, they were met with some scepticism. Some critics decried a lack of uptake among both businesses and users. Others posited that they were an almost-useless innovation, bound to struggle to gain widespread adoption, given the presence of already decent H5-enabled web apps. Fast-forward five years, however, and such critiques feel wrong-headed and anachronistic.

In Part 1 of our WeChat Advertising Guide 2022, we did a deep dive on what advertising looks like on WeChat, the features that are available for targeting an audience, and payment and bidding options. Here in Part 2, we are going to look at how to get set up an account and campaigns, as well as best practices, for all brands, no matter their size.

WeChat Advertising 2022

WeChat – the omnipresent super-app that is an inextricable part of life in China as public transport, healthcare systems and steamed rice. It is a social media behemoth, one that brands looking to advertise in China should be very familiar with. In this two-parts WeChat Advertising guide, we’re going to do a deep dive on:

  • What advertising looks like on WeChat
  • The available features for targeting an audience
  • Payment and bidding options
  • How to get set up
  • Best practices

 

Types of WeChat Ad

Moments ads

WeChat Moments are like the Facebook news feed, but boiled down to almost only the posts (AKA status updates) that WeChat friends make.

Wine and Spirits China

China’s rapidly developing alcohol and wine market continues to provide exciting opportunities for beers, wines and spirits professionals who are looking for sustainable ways to export their brand to the middle kingdom.

With the Chinese wine market expected to reach a revenue of US$25.929 million in 2021 and a year-on-year CAGR growth of 5.34% between 2021 to 2025, the wine industry in China shows no signs of slowing down.

F&B China

China’s F&B import market continues to provide exciting opportunities for foreign brands and export professionals as the Chinese consumer preferences for healthy and imported foods gives rise to new developments in China’s e-commerce sector.

As the online market for live seafood, fresh meat, and seasonal fruits and vegetables expands, F&B brands will need to adapt their digital marketing strategies if they want to create meaningful customer relations.

WeChat CRM

WeChat has become the center for social media branding in China, with the majority of users now following from around 10 to 20 Official Accounts and 26.7% of users following more than 20 OAs, this is according to the WeChat official report from QuestMobile.

However, as competition for user attention increases on WeChat, brands are concerned on how to better engage and fully use the potential of their WeChat Audience.

Beauty & Cosmetics Marketing Guide for China

The rise of brand-savvy buyers has forever changed the way Chinese shoppers consume media, especially when it comes to beauty and cosmetics. To be successful within the Chinese cosmetics marketing, you don’t have to be a big cosmetic brand like L’Oréal, Estee Lauder or SK-II; smaller brands still have the opportunity to excel as long as they understand the value of personalization.