Xiaohongshu

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

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

How Influencers Use Xiaohongshu: 3 RED KOLs Share Tips

By | 2019-02-20T15:01:58+00:00 February 16th, 2019|Influencer Marketing, KOL Marketing, Xiaohongshu|

Xiaohongshu (Little RED Book) is arguably one of the hottest platforms of 2019 and should be included in every brand's influencer marketing strategy. Not quite the cross-border e-commerce platform that many marketers predicted it would be, and not quite the review space once claimed by the likes of Dianping, Xiaohongshu

What is Retailtainment & Why has Amazon fallen behind China?

By | 2018-08-16T13:02:34+00:00 April 5th, 2018|E-commerce, Influencer Marketing, Xiaohongshu|

As ad-supported media content declines globally, media companies and brands scramble to find solutions to make up lost profits. Chinese companies have found theirs, and it blurs the line between content and commerce. It’s called retailtainment. In the West, platforms like Instagram and Snapchat are actually starting to follow China's lead by

5 Chinese Social Apps Marketers Should Use in 2018

By | 2018-08-16T13:01:06+00:00 October 26th, 2017|China Social Networks, Douyin, Marketing Strategy, Xiaohongshu|

Every day marketers are bombarded with news about China’s two largest social media channels: Weibo and WeChat. Because these Chinese social apps are the most popular, brands that try to promote themselves in China often feel they have to flood all their resources here. That’s not always the best choice. While