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  • Don't you find that you are both arguing the same point? I suggest you go over all of Zhao Bao taiji-Wang Chang An http://hi.baidu.com/wong, then Google www baidu com and make you mind as arguing until Wednesday probably won't make any difference.
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    • By Ronan CHARDONNEAU http://moteurs-de-recherches-alternatifs.blogspot.com/
    • Baidu
      • Created in 2000(2 years after Google)
      • 3 rd most popular Web search engine in the world( Link )
      • « we know Chinese better » Screenshot
      • In May 2006 the 4 th most visited web site in the world
      • Introduced in the NY Stock Exchange in 2005
      • 62% of market shares in China which is the biggest internet users country
      • Baidu is stricly following Chinese government regulations
    • Baidu internationalization degree
      • Consummer perception of the service: Chinese, Japanese(Asian area);
      • Funder: Robin Li(Chinese), got his knowledge in the USA by working for InfoSeek(bought by Yahoo);
      • Place of creation: China;
      • Shareholders nationalities: New York Stock exchange;
      • Headquarters: Beijing;
      • Foreign presence: 8 people in Europe and in Japan since 2007;
      • Brand or company name: Chinese;
      Mostly Chinese
    • Motivations to enter in a specific market – Japan in 2007
      • Bad experience in Europe www.baidu.eu
      • No choice
      • Time to export(in 10 years Google has an interface in more than 100 languages)
      • Japanese caracters are taken from the Chinese ones
      • Trapped by the strategy they adopted since the beginning(pro Chinese link). The service has now a too strong Chinese image.
    • Conclusion
      • A very interesting study case
      • We rarely see a key success factor becoming a weakness
      • An unknown company for us in Europe can be in fact a giant on the other side of the world
    • Go back
    • Go back
    • Sources
      • http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baidu
      • http://www.journaldunet.com/ebusiness/rubriques/reussites-a-l-etranger/071210-baidu/1.shtml
      • http://www.chine-informations.com/actualite/chine-le-moteur-de-recherche-baidu-veut-concurrencer-google-en-europe_6699.html
      • http://asia.2803.com/chine/baidu-au-japon/
      • http://digital50.com/news/items/PR/2007/06/14/CNTH007/google-vs-baidu-localization-vs-internationalization.html
      • http://www.baidu.eu/
      • http://influx.joueb.com/news/le-top-10-des-moteurs-de-recherche-dans-le-monde-l-asie-est-bien-la
      • http://ajpr.com/wordpress/japanese-search-engines/baidu-japan-market