Baidu Takes 30.5% of China's Online Ad Revenues; Huaneng Power Earnings to Sink 50%

Jan 31, 2012 | Posted by: thechinaperspective | Full story: www.thechinaperspective.com

Baidu Takes 30.5% of China's Online Ad Revenues Baidu.com Inc , China's most popular search engine, captured a 30.5% share of the nation's online advertising revenues in Q4 2011, followed by Alibaba's 17.4% and Google Inc's 6.5%, according to Analysys International.

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RayH

Guangzhou, China

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Jan 31, 2012
 
Sucks to be Google.

Just wait for Alibaba to buy Yahoo.
Aira

Mclean, VA

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Feb 2, 2012
 
Wow, Google had the least share in China? Thatís too bad. Maybe they need to have a Chinese counterpart because most Chinese people canít read in English. Although, Iím thinking of a having a ppc program in Chinese. I already have a conversion tracking software that takes care of my conversions so I think itíll be easy. Hereís where you can find it btw: http://ppc-conversion-tracking.com

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