In a country with a population as large as China’s (over 1.3 billion), unique solutions are sometimes needed for pedestrian management. With the practice of texting while walking becoming increasingly common, the city of Chongqing recently came up with an idea that may seem ridiculous at first, but could catch on: separate cell phone lanes for pedestrians.
China has recently surpassed the US to become the world’s largest eCommerce market and will maintain this leadership position for the next while. You can use two most popular Chinese social networks, WeChat and Weibo, to penetrate this market. Source - Read More: www.socialmediatoday.com
LinkedIn launched Showcase Pages in November 2013, allowing for more effectively targeted content. As the B2B platform retires its Products and Services tab, companies need to find out how to make the most of Showcase Pages fast. LinkedIn is having a great run. The B2B platform recently launched in China; it has opened up itsblogging platform
The lion that barked: China zoo under fire for disguising dog as lion – Not the best marketing #fail
A Chinese zoo’s supposed “African lion” was exposed as a fraud when the dog used as a substitute started barking. The zoo in the People’s Park of Luohe, in the central province of Henan, replaced exotic exhibits with common species, according to the state-run Beijing Youth Daily. It quoted a customer surnamed Liu who wanted
Americans aren’t the only ones obsessed with cell phones and social media. In fact, slightly more adults own cellphones in China (95 percent) than in the US (91 percent), according to a new Pew Research Center report. See on www.cmswire.com