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China Seo Archive

Baidu, in China, is the mother of all search engines. Despite plucky newcomer rivals like Sogou, Baidu still commands a 70-80% share of the online search market. As of 2021, it is the 7th most visited website in the entire world, despite around 90% of its visitors being from only one country. This should give an idea of not only the scale, but also the importance of Baidu for any brands looking to do business in China.

Web Development for China

One might think that building a website for a Chinese audience would be easy. Simply take the content from the original website, translate it, create a subdomain for Chinese users, and job done, right? Wrong. The way that people interact with the web varies around the world. Netizens in China have a fairly distinct set of expectations about how a website should look, feel, and navigate.

Promoting overseas schools to Chinese students

According to Unesco, in 2019, there were 6 million international students globally. More than one in six of these students came from just one country: China. The country’s huge population, decades of rising economic prosperity, and the cultural importance with which education is endowed, make the ‘Middle Kingdom’ by far the largest market for overseas schools looking to attract international students.

The number of High Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs) in China has gone through the roof over the past ten years. This represents opportunities for firms that operate in the finance sector broadly, and specifically in wealth management. Below, we explore the state of the game in 2021, looking at the relationship between HNWIs and private finance, the makeup and interests of Chinese HNWIs, and the digital marketing solutions that stem from a contemporary understanding of the rapidly changing wealth and digital landscapes.

According to UNESCO, China has more students studying abroad than the other top 7 countries combined. In recent years, the number of Chinese students looking to study abroad has grown rapidly.

If you are looking to promote overseas schools in China, it’s important to know how to connect with your target audience. Here, we examine the particular qualities Chinese people value in education, and the best digital marketing practices for generating student leads.

Leading Tools for SEO and Competitive Intelligence

Successfully growing your business requires tools capable of taking your business to the next level. This includes analytics tools that ensure your key marketing strategies are backed by reliable and up-to-date data on consumers, SEO management tools easily accessible by potential consumers, and competitive intelligence to keep you ahead of the game.

 

Why use SEO and competitive intelligence tools?

From the world’s leading brands to small personalized websites, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is an essential tool to drive traffic, obtain new customers and increase online rankings. These days, most businesses understand China SEO marketing at the basic level and why it’s important.

However, when it comes to developing and executing a sound SEO strategy for the Chinese market, the rules and platforms to achieve your China SEO goals are quite different.

Baidu SEO vs SEM

Baidu search optimization is an all-important marketing strategy for brands trying to attract customers, drive website traffic, and grow their business in the Chinese market. But search optimization can be a strenuous task to handle if you don’t know how to differentiate between Baidu SEM and Baidu SEO. To be truly successful with Baidu marketing, you’ll need to understand search optimization and know when to use SEM or SEO to have the most effective campaign.