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Infographic – 2013 Year in Review for China’s TMT industry

After a year that saw the burgeoning entrepreneurship cutting across China in 2011 and a following year that tasted the backlash in 2012 — painfully leads to the termination of venture capital spree in addition to the shutdown of innumerable failures, we are now at the end of 2013 and looking back at a year which is neither so good nor so bad for Chinese Technology, Media & Telecommunication industry.

IPO Window Reopens | Breakthroughs that set for changes | 2013 goes down as the most active for Internet M&A | Xiaomi becomes a cult | Lei Jun, starts a business at 40 | 2013 is a lost year in terms of creativity and innovation.

TECHNODE 2013 Year in review

Source: TechnodeL

Infographic – Global Digital Statistics 2014

Let’s start the new year by looking at the big picture – at the world’s wired citizens and what they’re doing on the web. A new 180-page slideshow has been created showing all the facts and stats we have so far on Earth’s 2.5 billion web users. Let’s look over some Asia-related highlights:

  • There are now 1.86 billion active social network users around the world.
  • Across Asia, 635 million people have mobile data subscriptions so that they can go online on their phones.
  • Southeast Asia is the most mobile-centric area of the continent, with a 109% of mobile penetration rate.
  • Southeast Asia and South Asia have internet penetration rates below the world average of 35%.
  • Boosted by China, East Asia’s internet penetration rate is above average, at 48%.
  • 3 of the top 10 social networks (by active usage) are messaging apps: WeChat with 272 million active users; WhatsApp with 400 million; and QQ with 816 million. China’s Tencent owns both QQ and WeChat.

An Eye on China

With so many people fascinated by China’s fast digital growth, let’s look more at the latest China figures.

World web user facts for 2014 slide 01

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Source: We Are Social

Infographic – The Chinese Video Industry

Here is our first infographic in 2014 dedicated to highlight the statistics and the trends regarding the Chinese online video industry for 2013.

China’s video sites are – like in most other sectors of the Chinese tech scene – fighting hard and spending big to gain market share right now. Aside from Youku, the most well known video site, web giants like Baidu (with iQiyi and PPS), Tencent, and Sohu are looking to quality movies and TV shows as a way of bringing in new users.

Infographic - The China's Online video industry

Source: Go Globe

Infographic – Online Video: What Are the Chances?

While 74% of advertisers manage at least one issue related to digital, they expect agencies to offer them usable ideas on all media. In parallel, brands expect more agencies they have an advisory role.

According to Wyzowl video agency, this infographic shows the difference video makes in for online sites on a worldwide scale. Specifically it shows how video can impact consumers and business sales by affecting click throughs, conversions, time on site and purchases.

Online Video Trigger purchase

Infographic – People Shopping on Mobile Devices Visit More Sites Than Those on a PC

Mobile devices have made it possible for people to shop anywhere, anytime, and apparently, they’re taking advantage. According to Millward Brown Digital, people who shop from their mobiles visit more retailer sites than those who shop from their PCs (6.2 retailer visits per month on mobiles versus 2.9 on PCs). Mobile shoppers also use search engines and social media sites more than PC shoppers do. With all that opportunity to capture mobile purchases (or lose them to rivals), there’s all the more reason for retailers to make sure their mobile strategy is airtight.

 

Infographic Data Mobile Shoppers