Website Accessibility in China

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This "Website Visibility in China" guide explains how to register dot CN domains, how to get ICP number (and exemptions), how to check whether your website is blocked in China and how to present it from happening.

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Website Accessibility in China

  1. 1. Website Visibility in ChinaChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  2. 2. 3 Documents for .CN RegistrationChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  3. 3. 1. A completed  .CN domain application formChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  4. 4. 2. China Business License copy can be Hong Kong registered commercial entityChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  5. 5. 3. A copy of your Signatory’s National ID. Signatory must be a Chinese citizen and has a valid PRC personal IDChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  6. 6. Then, you need to get ICP NumberChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  7. 7. Unless for non-website purpose or server not located in China.China Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  8. 8. website owner www.miibeian.gov.cn ICP Domain registrarChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  9. 9. You need National ID and business license for ICP application.China Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  10. 10. If your website is outside China...China Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  11. 11. Website Not Accessible in ChinaChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  12. 12. Website Loads slowlyChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  13. 13. Use greatfirewallofchina.org to check whether your website is blockedChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  14. 14. What Can You Do to Prevent Being Blocked?China Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  15. 15. Use a VPS or dedicated server with a unique IP On shared hosting, if someone else with the same IP address is blocked, your website is collateral damageChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  16. 16. Avoid publishing political contentChina Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  17. 17. Avoid sensitive news One way to judge whether a piece of news can be published is to go to search Chinese news websites and if they published it, it’s safe.China Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  18. 18. Visit China Internet Watch for more China Internet Trends and Insights.China Internet Watch © 2011 incitez
  19. 19. Contact us for China Internet Marketing Strategy and campaign management Rocky Fu, Director of Digital Strategies, Incitez Twitter: @chinainternet CIW Blog: http://www.chinainternetwatch.com/ Email: rockyfu@incitez.com Also Follow: Company Blog: http:/ /www.incitez.com/blog @rockyfu @incitez_apac (digital insights and stats in Apac)China Internet Watch © 2011 incitez

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