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Dr Mathew McDougall

Dr Mathews reaction: This news has been picked up in a number of US based magazines and I see that they are trying to position this news as ... the next Search Engine to challenge Baidu Inc.'s dominance of the Chinese search market. But I don't think so....

BEIJING Big Chinese electronic-commerce company Alibaba Group has joined with Microsoft Corp. to create a new Web-search site a move that could challenge Baidu Inc.'s dominance of China's search market.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

Google threatened to pull out of its operations in China after it said it had uncovered a massive cyber attack on its computers that originated here in China. The details of this cyber attack made public via a blog post, will certainly win no friends in Beijing (with the Government) and represents a longer term issue between the company and Chinese Government.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

According to statistics published during the 2009 China Internet Conference held in Beijing, by the end of September 2009, the number of China's Internet users had reached 360 million.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

Chinese Internet company Tencent Holdings Limited (SEHK: 0700)has published its performance report for the first half of 2009 and states it maintained a stable growth during the period, with net profit up 89.1% year-on-year to CNY2.228 billion.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

Did you hear that Google is getting into Caffeine Well this is the new code name for their upgraded search engine. According to Mashable.com (Googles launching a new, upgraded version of its search engine) Google has released it's developers preview. Their aim with this new version is to; improve the speed, accuracy, size, and comprehensiveness of Google search.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

Analysys International, in their report called,China Search Engine Market Quarterly Tracker Q2 2009; stated, that China search engine market size has reached CNY 1.81 billion in the second quarter of 2009, representing a increase of 47 % year on year, and 33% quarter on quarter. , that China search engine market size has reached CNY 1.81 billion in the second quarter of 2009, representing a increase of 47 % year on year, and 33% quarter on quarter.
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China International Television Corporation, an affiliate of CCTV, is using the Chinese courts to fight six online video service providers, including ku6.com, 6.cn and aeeboo.com. I see some resemblance to what we saw in the West a few years ago over music and video sharing sites.
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Chinese search engine company Baidu Inc. unaudited financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2009- up 37%
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The China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) reported this week that China added 40 million users in the first six months of 2009 to reach a total of 338 million Internet users by June 30, up 13.4% from late 2008.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

China now has the largest Internet population in the world but that does not mean that the money in advertising is flowing like the more mature Western markets. This week, eMarketer has published some consolidated research from MAGNA, ZenithOptimedia and Bernstein Research, about the Internet ad spending in China. The consensus is that the advertising market will reach $1.7 billion in 2009.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

Over the past week there is increased discussion about the new launch of Microsoft's new search engine that is being tested and is expected to make its debut in the summer. Known as Kumo (an image below) at this stage it is unknown if this will be the launch name.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

I was interested to read the findings in this years CMO Council Marketing Report. This comprehensive audit of over 650 marketers across all regions of the world revealed a number of interesting findings in the area of digital marketing. A complimentary 13-page executive summary with abridged findings is also available.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

Another interesting rumor to hit the Chinese blogosphere is that the Chinese online game operator The9 and the U.S. game company Blizzard Entertainment failed to reach an agreement for The9 to continue to hold the operating rights of World of Warcraft in China.
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The news coming out of Focus Media (Nasdaq: FMCN) has not been good over the past few months and just months after restructuring its in-store advertising network and selling its out-of-home digital networks to Sina.com, the Chinese digital media group Focus Media Holding Limited has produced some disappointing results.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

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SinoTech Group has launched a new social media marketing division so that it can offer it's 4A Agency partners and clients a new range of social digital services, including branded community development, viral seeding, widget development, blog monitoring and reputation management
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Dr Mathew McDougall

Nielsen Online published in their report Global Faces and Networked Places shows that by the end of 2008, 66.8 percent of internet users across the globe accessed member communities last year, compared to 65.1 percent for email.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

For those of us working in the Chinese Internet space we are very familiar of Alibaba and Jack Ma, so when I came across a story in San Jose Mercury News about Alibaba my curiosity was quickly sparked.
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Dr Mathew McDougall

SinoTech Group and Publicitas announced today that they have entered into an agreement to merge Publicitas Chinese Digital consulting business called Publicitas (Beijing) Media Consulting Company Ltd. into the SinoTech Group.
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In a report jointly released by iResearch and Taobao.com, (Asia's largest online retailer), the size of China's online shopping market rocketed 128.5% to 120 billion (approx US$1.8B) in 2008.
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Yet another Chinese Internet company posts record ad revenues in the face of negative news about the economy. This time the company is one of the leading portal sites called Sohu.com. Sohu.com, Inc. (SOHU) is the 2nd-largest Internet portal in China and one of the most well-known online brands in the China Internet space. They reported today record revenues for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2008, as both web advertising and online games helped push the company to higher returns.
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