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INFOGRAPHIC - Chinese Internet Fast Facts

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This eBook provides an easy to understand snapshot of the Chinese Internet landscape. Offering a variety of key data points in the form of inforgraphic representations.

This eBook provides an easy to understand snapshot of the Chinese Internet landscape. Offering a variety of key data points in the form of inforgraphic representations.

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http://wl.blog.br 528
http://www.sinotechblog.com.cn 154
http://www.jenx67.com 109
http://www.scoop.it 84
http://www.vingthuitzerotrois.fr 64
http://feeds.feedburner.com 31
http://blog.websourcing.fr 10
http://www.ig.gmodules.com 8
http://arco.cfrd.cl 8
http://www.business-lounge.fr 6
http://frontend.deeson.net 3
http://www.twylah.com 2
http://www.readingshq.com 1
http://www.aleberbe.com 1
http://translate.googleusercontent.com 1
http://oldarco.cfrd.cl 1
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  • digitaljungle Digital Jungle at Digital Jungle Jen.. happy to help fuel your China obsession... just reach out and happy to send you more data and information... my twitter is: @sinotechian 2 years ago
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  • jenjames67 Jen James, American mother. Oklahoma writer. Gen X Blogger. PR Practitioner. Arts Advocate and Registered Lobbyist. at Big Banyan I love this. I am starting to obsess over social media and networking in China. 2 years ago
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  • Jarrahbear Dr Matt McDougall, Chief Executive Officer at Digital Jungle Hi Michael, Thanks for posting a comment.

    In terms of Brand, according to the research published by CLSA (2010) Nokia was 4th on the China Brand Index. Should the ranking have been done in 2011 I am sure you would have a different result given the changing market conditions of these consumer brands.

    Further, in terms of the time online, the research produced by the Chinese Government suggests that the lower income earners spend most time online. You must note that Chinese netizens are dominated by the youth/young professionals and non-city citizens. These demographic segments all sit in the lower income quartiles and should be considered in the interpretation of these numbers.

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  • silverton Michael Silverton, Research Analyst at Global Cognition Group Nokia is third leading brand in China? Is that what slide 9 is saying? I'm not criticizing, quite clueless and curious! Thanks! 2 years ago
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  • silverton Michael Silverton, Research Analyst at Global Cognition Group Internet is Opiate of the Masses in China? Poorer spend most time online? 18.5%? Am I reading wrong? 2 years ago
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