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WeChat’s user base is aging. Much like Facebook, the social network’s growth is coming from China’s seniors, or ‘silver generation’, who are embracing the app.   The silver generation, those aged over 60 years, spend more than 80% of their data traffic on WeChat, this compares with people aged 18-35-years-old which spend just 6.8% of […]

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UMS CEO Jessica Miao reflects on the biggest change in China’s digital marketing landscape.   This week I was asked to present as part of a Digital Marketing Insights event co-hosted by the Chambers of Commerce of Australia, Britain, Canada, Switzerland and Benelux. The event featured Chinese marketing leaders discussing the opportunities for marketers to […]

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Forget live streaming and long video content, it’s all about short-form video and China’s hot new app Douyin.   Douyin, which is called Tik Tok in other markets, has skyrocketed in popularity in China with consumers embracing the short video platform.   The app, which has been described as a mix between Snapchat and Musical.ly […]

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  With all the hype around WeChat these days, it’s easy to forget about Weibo, however do so at your peril, as there’s still plenty of life in the micro-messaging app.   WeChat has captured the nation’s attention and screen time, with the average user spending more than one hour a day on the app. […]

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