It’s a question often asked. We have an article about hosting in China (or not!) here to help you to make up your mind. So if you’ve read that and you decide you do, the next questions are ‘How do I host in China?’ and ‘Do I need a Chinese URL?’
For ease, to save on cost, because we like our English-language website. Those are the main reasons many companies produce a carbon copy design for the China market, just passed to a translator with the English substituted for Chinese. It’s the easiest way to get a Chinese website. But is it the best way? Will it generate interest, enquiries and reinforce the image you’d like for your company in China?
You have ordered your company website be translated into other languages. You’ve included Chinese in the list, but as time goes by, it’s a puzzle why your Chinese website version doesn’t perform compared to other global instances of your website.
WeChat has taken China by storm. Billed as China's 'Twitter', it's more than that. Pay for things, book a taxi or a hotel - but ultimately it's the social media of choice for the masses. How can your company get a slice of the action and what are the ins and outs?
The continuing growth and increasing market development in China represents an exciting expansion opportunity. To make the most of this opportunity, it’s important for your company to understand the differences China presents as an export market.
With over 720 million internet users and climbing, China is a fast-maturing and increasingly valuable online market
The slowing effect of Chinese censorship on websites hosted outside China is well documented. It’s important to ensure your website loads quickly for an excellent user experience.