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Marketing in China: How to Use Private Traffic to Tap the Power of KOCs

By | 2019-12-06T13:54:43+00:00 December 6th, 2019|E-commerce, Influencer Marketing, KOL Marketing, Marketing Strategy, WeChat|

Private traffic is one of the biggest buzzwords in Chinese marketing right now, and figuring out how brands can apply it could make all the difference in 2020. By understanding what exactly this esoteric concept refers to, who is using it and how it works, brands can start winning the

10 KOL Marketing Trends in China for 2020

By | 2019-11-08T15:29:30+00:00 November 8th, 2019|Douyin, E-commerce, Gen Z, Influencer Marketing, KOL Marketing, Live Streaming, Marketing Strategy, Micro-influencers, WeChat|

With 2019 rapidly drawing to a close, brands and marketers should be looking ahead to 2020 and formulating plans for getting ahead of the curve. Here are ten KOL marketing trends we’re keeping tabs on in China for the coming year.   1. Influencer marketing will be more popular—and more

E-Commerce Content Marketing: A 2020 China Trend

By | 2019-09-15T15:55:56+00:00 September 6th, 2019|E-commerce, Weibo|

Weibo recently announced that its native live streaming platform, Yizhibo, will be rolling out Taobao integration. While the development is big news in its own right, it also underscores the momentum driving e-commerce content marketing and what is going to define media, marketing, and retail trends for China in 2020.

What is Tmall & Taobao Influencer Marketing?

By | 2019-01-04T17:03:10+00:00 January 4th, 2019|E-commerce, Weibo|

If there's one event of the year that makes marketing on Tmall and Taobao a no-brainer, it's Singles' Day. Brands that participated in the Singles' Day Global Shopping Festival under Alibaba Group last year were in for a treat—the annual discount holiday reached a whopping 213.5 billion RMB in total

Weitao KOLs Reinvent Taobao & Tmall Social Commerce

By | 2018-06-21T19:14:24+00:00 June 21st, 2018|E-commerce, Weitao|

Social commerce refers to the integration of social media and e-commerce, which is a growing trend in China. Alibaba, with their popular e-commerce live-streaming platforms Taobao Live, Tmall Live, and recent investment in popular cross-border commerce platform Little Red Book (Xiaohongshu), is at the forefront of social commerce. And now

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