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You have a WeChat account, what next?

Have you wonder why your official WeChat account is not drawing audience? You are not alone. Is it not running well or there were elements you could have missed out. 616 more words


A "granny" versus a "bastard": How China viewed the US presidential debate

China was a key topic during the first US presidential debate, mostly thanks to Republican candidate Donald Trump’s blame game.

Trump mentioned the word “China” nine times during the 90 minute debate, while Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton said it just three times. 574 more words

Which Wechat public accounts should you go with: Subscription or service?

For brands to use Wechat, you will need to choose between Subscription, service or corporate account.

Corporate Wechat account is the equivalent to Slack, which is to say that, as a brand, unless you are looking for a Slack substitute, it is either… 486 more words

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Manage company WeChat - case studies

I’ve received many comments about the Manage company WEIBO – Case study article, saying it is helpful and inspiring, so I thought to make another one about how brand using Wechat subscription/service accounts. 621 more words

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WeChat functions ahead of other platforms

The most popular social media platform in China, WeChat, stands out among other social media platforms. Here is an infographics on WeChat transactions possiblities, put together by Techinasia. 48 more words

Social Media Marketing

Behind the Great Firewall of China

In the rise of social media, its presence has set itself in various countries and cultures. Although in Western culture, our social media landscape is largely saturated by well-known players such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, there are many larger players in social media in various other countries. 751 more words

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WeChat Accounts Usage

With consolidated functions of Whatsapp, Instagram, Facebook, LINE, combined with CRM, Retail, e-Commerce and transaction possibilities, WeChat is now the major social media platform in China, taking over Weibo. 377 more words