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A GUIDE TO SELLING ON CHINESE SOCIAL MEDIA
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Social media in China, the world’s largest, digitally-savvy consumer market, is changing at warp speed. With it come new and innovative ways for companies to communicate with their users about their products and services. And the difference between those who know how to do digital marketing right in China and those who don’t can be huge. Ashley’s book is a great read on this topic and it shows how to do digital marketing on social media in China right.
Edward Tse, Founder and CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company, and author of China's Disruptors
If you want to expand your business to the world’s largest e-market, this is the book you need.
This book is a must-have for anyone who’s working with Chinese social media or planning to enter China. It’s packed with the latest information, actionable insights and strategies for marketers to make the most of WeChat and Weibo.
You’ll learn about Chinese consumers, WeChat and Weibo working models and the outlook for digital trends in customer relationship management, artificial intelligence and what kind of changes ‘New Retail’ will bring.
- What Every Marketer Needs to Know about China
- How Your Business Can Harness Chinese Social Media
- WeChat: China’s Operating System
- Weibo: China’s Online Hotspot
- The Future: Get Ready for New Retail
Whether you want to enter the market for the first time, expand your presence in China or provide services to Chinese tourists abroad, “Unlocking the World’s Largest E-market” offers practical advice about selling on Chinese social media from someone who has seen the transformation in China’s online world firsthand.
Ashley Galina Dudarenok has written a clear, analytical guide to digital marketing on Chinese social media. Merely projecting Western e-marketing onto the Chinese markets and platforms is unlikely to work; Dudarenok explains in readable detail why not and what to do about it.
Peter Gordon, Editor of Asian Review of Books
With the convergence of consumerism, social media and mobile payments in China, the time is right for this book. Dudarenok gives both nuanced insights and practical recommendations for companies seeking success in penetrating this complex market.
Fredda McDonald, Managing Director of World 50