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Forget live streaming and long video content, it’s all about short-form video and China’s hot new app Douyin.   Douyin, which is called Tik Tok in other markets, has skyrocketed in popularity in China with consumers embracing the short video platform.   The app, which has been described as a mix between Snapchat and Musical.ly […]

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With more than 100 million registered users, it is impossible for marketers to ignore fitness app Keep, however, is the app right for every brand? Chinese fitness and gym workout app Keep has become a massive success story in China. Launching just over three years ago, the app has built an engaged following with more […]

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QQ is WeChat’s youth-focused sister social media network. Attracting more than 868 million monthly active users, with more than 652 million accessing the platform via mobile, QQ is an immensely attractive platform for brands and marketers.   QQ launched in 1999 and was one of the earliest pioneers of instant messaging and social networking in […]

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Ximalaya FM is China’s largest online audio platform, which boasts 40 million registered users and more than 10,000 daily uploads of content. The platform has 6 million daily active users who each spend, on average, 125 minutes on the site per day. It’s a big deal both for users and for brands with Ximalaya FM’s […]

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China’s number one app WeChat now has 902 million active daily users, who sent 38 billion messages each day on average, according to the latest report. The WeChat 2017 Data report, which was released at the Tencent Global Partner Conference, revealed that total daily active users in September 2017 increased by 17% over the previous […]

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Jinri Toutiao, one of China’s most popular news apps’, has released its 2016 performance report revealing it has more than 700 million users daily active users. The app ranked higher than Tencent News in Q1 2017 for weekly active users (WAU) and is predominantly used by China’s lucrative audience of men aged 18 – 30 years […]

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  Australia’s idyllic summer resort locations have helped Tourism Australia snare the top position in UMS’ ranking of Destination Tourism official WeChat profiles.   The report reveals the best performing Tourism organisations on WeChat by ranking the profiles based on average views per post throughout the second quarter of 2017. The ranking saw Tourism Australia […]

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  With all the hype around WeChat these days, it’s easy to forget about Weibo, however do so at your peril, as there’s still plenty of life in the micro-messaging app.   WeChat has captured the nation’s attention and screen time, with the average user spending more than one hour a day on the app. […]

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