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KOL Diaries VOL.9 | @Lily: A week in the life of designer and KOL

By | 2020-06-09T11:23:41+00:00 May 26th, 2020|KOL Marketing, Weibo|

  Fashion designer and blogger @李玄 Lily (Li Xuan) shares in our 9th installment of KOL Diaries how she balances her schedule between work, play, and being a mother.   Fashion Blogger | @李玄Lily Place: Shanghai Occupation: Fashion Designer&Blogger Platforms: Weibo, WeChat, Oasis, Xiaohongshu A graduate from the Department of Fashion Design

How to Reach Chinese Young Consumers with Bilibili

By | 2020-05-25T10:49:44+00:00 May 25th, 2020|Bilibili, Gen Z|

By now, most people have probably seen the Bilibili’s “The Next Wave” video, narrated by actor He Bing. The 2.5-minute-long ad about Chinese Young Consumers (Gen Z) divided public opinion, but the promotional piece does a decent job of highlighting the characteristics of Bilibili and its users. Generation Z refers to

Trending Beauty Hashtags on Little RED Book

By | 2020-02-14T14:25:20+00:00 February 14th, 2020|Beauty, Xiaohongshu|

Little RED Book (aka RED or Xiaohongshu) is one of China’s go-to platforms for beauty KOLs and brands looking to develop communities. Fortunately for beauty brands and KOLs, the platform seems to have rebounded since being pulled off app stores for 3 months in mid-2019. We expect the platform to continue

Why Influencer Marketing Works with Chinese Consumers?

By | 2020-02-04T16:16:45+00:00 February 4th, 2020|China Social Networks, Gen Z, Influencer Marketing, Live Streaming, Millennials|

When marketers and brands come to China, they're often blown away by the record-breaking numbers that always seem to be in the headlines for influencer success stories. From live-streaming phenom Viya helping Kim Kardashian sell out of 15,000 KKW fragrances in just five minutes, to beauty influencer Li Jiaqi selling

Q&A | 10 Things You Need To Know About XiaoHongShu Marketing

By | 2020-01-21T11:15:28+00:00 January 21st, 2020|China Social Networks, E-commerce, Influencer Marketing, KOL Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Xiaohongshu|

XiaoHongShu (小红书), which literally translates as “little red book,”  has experienced a few twists and turns over the past year and Xiaohongshu marketing has been a hot topic. After the platform was pulled from Chinese app stores in July 2019, the effect was staggering—monthly active users fell from 93 million in June

The Future Of Influencer Marketing Is In China

By | 2019-12-23T15:26:12+00:00 December 23rd, 2019|China Social Networks, E-commerce, Influencer Marketing, KOL Marketing, Live Streaming|

Influencer Marketing:  Beyond The Hype China’s influencer marketing industry is three to five years ahead of the rest of the world. The advanced functionality and integration of social media, e-commerce, and digital payment in China have enabled business models that are yet to be explored in other countries. However, global