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2013

Daily Digital Pulse of China: China E-commerce, China SEO, China B2C E-commerce

MasterCard teams up with Alibaba

With China the biggest Internet market in the world, MasterCard, the US card issuer, is trying to get a jump on growth in China by signing an agreement with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group to enhance online payments. The two parties signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on cross-border payments, acceptance, security and risk management. By using MasterPass digital service, consumers are going to pay for good online using existing cards on various gadgets.The strong mutual commitment foresees to help combat intellectual property infrigement and to provide a safe and efficient payment experience for users of AliExpress and Alipay.

Source: iresearchchina.com

 

New social site for Suning.com

 

Suning’s B2C site Suning.com announced that it will introduce a new social site that is going to approach the market from three angles. This includes product category angle: Suning.com offers products in a number of categories, and has dedicated staff for each category who will provide Suning.com users with the latest information.The second angle is empasising on increasing the interaction between Suning and the customers by offering rich content and news updates.The third angle reffers to market localization: Suning has 1,700 stores around China, covering most cities around the country, and Suning.com will serve as an organizing platform for offline Suning sales, and will offer locally specialized services for Suning members around China.

Source: Tencent IT

 

Baidu developed a prototype for wearable Internet gadget

Following the footsteps of the US search engine Google, Baidu the most popular search engine in China is testing a prototype of a device called Baidu Eye, which is similar to Google Inc’s Glass.The gadget has functions such as S an LCD display, voice-controlled image recognition and bone-sensing. Also the user's voice would control functions on the gadget this includes making phone calls and doing basic Web searches. The device would also recognize a user's gestures to take and send photos.

Source: iresearchchina.com

 

Business cooperation between Yihaodian.com and Baidu

Chinese B2C e-commerce website Yihaodian.com and the Chinese giant search engine Baidu have established a partnership that includes cooperation in resource sharing, big data applications, advertising, wireless e-commerce and marketing model innovation throughout 2013. At the beginning of this year, Yihaodian.com became the first e-commerce operator that obtained the license for direct procurement of imported products in China.

Source: chinatechnews.com

 

360buy.com Rebrands Internet Domain, Logo

It is official! Chinese B2C e-commerce website 360buy.com has changed its domain name to Jd.com, formed by the first letters of its Chinese name Jing Dong. Jd.com’s representatives commented on the new logo emphasising on the fact that the dog represents loyalty and embodies integrity and a high running speed.

Source: ireasearchchina.com

 


MasterCard teams up with Alibaba

With China the biggest Internet market in the world, MasterCard, the US card issuer, is trying to get a jump on growth in China by signing an agreement with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group to enhance online payments. The two parties signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on cross-border payments, acceptance, security and risk management. By using MasterPass digital service, consumers are going to pay for good online using existing cards on various gadgets.The strong mutual commitment foresees to help combat intellectual property infrigement and to provide a safe and efficient payment experience for users of AliExpress and Alipay.

Source: iresearchchina.com

 

New social site for Suning.com

 

Suning’s B2C site Suning.com announced that it will introduce a new social site that is going to approach the market from three angles. This includes product category angle: Suning.com offers products in a number of categories, and has dedicated staff for each category who will provide Suning.com users with the latest information.The second angle is empasising on increasing the interaction between Suning and the customers by offering rich content and news updates.The third angle reffers to market localization: Suning has 1,700 stores around China, covering most cities around the country, and Suning.com will serve as an organizing platform for offline Suning sales, and will offer locally specialized services for Suning members around China.

Source: Tencent IT

 

Baidu developed a prototype for wearable Internet gadget

Following the footsteps of the US search engine Google, Baidu the most popular search engine in China is testing a prototype of a device called Baidu Eye, which is similar to Google Inc’s Glass.The gadget has functions such as S an LCD display, voice-controlled image recognition and bone-sensing. Also the user's voice would control functions on the gadget this includes making phone calls and doing basic Web searches. The device would also recognize a user's gestures to take and send photos.

Source: iresearchchina.com

 

Business cooperation between Yihaodian.com and Baidu

Chinese B2C e-commerce website Yihaodian.com and the Chinese giant search engine Baidu have established a partnership that includes cooperation in resource sharing, big data applications, advertising, wireless e-commerce and marketing model innovation throughout 2013. At the beginning of this year, Yihaodian.com became the first e-commerce operator that obtained the license for direct procurement of imported products in China.

Source: chinatechnews.com

 

360buy.com Rebrands Internet Domain, Logo

It is official! Chinese B2C e-commerce website 360buy.com has changed its domain name to Jd.com, formed by the first letters of its Chinese name Jing Dong. Jd.com’s representatives commented on the new logo emphasising on the fact that the dog represents loyalty and embodies integrity and a high running speed.

Source: ireasearchchina.com

 


MasterCard teams up with Alibaba

With China the biggest Internet market in the world, MasterCard, the US card issuer, is trying to get a jump on growth in China by signing an agreement with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group to enhance online payments. The two parties signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on cross-border payments, acceptance, security and risk management. By using MasterPass digital service, consumers are going to pay for good online using existing cards on various gadgets.The strong mutual commitment foresees to help combat intellectual property infrigement and to provide a safe and efficient payment experience for users of AliExpress and Alipay.

Source: iresearchchina.com

 

New social site for Suning.com

 

Suning’s B2C site Suning.com announced that it will introduce a new social site that is going to approach the market from three angles. This includes product category angle: Suning.com offers products in a number of categories, and has dedicated staff for each category who will provide Suning.com users with the latest information.The second angle is empasising on increasing the interaction between Suning and the customers by offering rich content and news updates.The third angle reffers to market localization: Suning has 1,700 stores around China, covering most cities around the country, and Suning.com will serve as an organizing platform for offline Suning sales, and will offer locally specialized services for Suning members around China.

Source: Tencent IT

 

Baidu developed a prototype for wearable Internet gadget

Following the footsteps of the US search engine Google, Baidu the most popular search engine in China is testing a prototype of a device called Baidu Eye, which is similar to Google Inc’s Glass.The gadget has functions such as S an LCD display, voice-controlled image recognition and bone-sensing. Also the user's voice would control functions on the gadget this includes making phone calls and doing basic Web searches. The device would also recognize a user's gestures to take and send photos.

Source: iresearchchina.com

 

Business cooperation between Yihaodian.com and Baidu

Chinese B2C e-commerce website Yihaodian.com and the Chinese giant search engine Baidu have established a partnership that includes cooperation in resource sharing, big data applications, advertising, wireless e-commerce and marketing model innovation throughout 2013. At the beginning of this year, Yihaodian.com became the first e-commerce operator that obtained the license for direct procurement of imported products in China.

Source: chinatechnews.com

 

360buy.com Rebrands Internet Domain, Logo

It is official! Chinese B2C e-commerce website 360buy.com has changed its domain name to Jd.com, formed by the first letters of its Chinese name Jing Dong. Jd.com’s representatives commented on the new logo emphasising on the fact that the dog represents loyalty and embodies integrity and a high running speed.

Source: ireasearchchina.com

 



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