The third part of our Cybersquatting Guide explains the tips that you need to know in order to successfully negotiate with the speculator. If you don't have read the other parts, we strongly advise you to read them here:
Submitted by christophe on Fri, 07/06/2012 - 07:40
Internet is growing at a very fast pace in China, each day more and more companies realize the importance of having their own website translated in Chinese to directly reach their local customers. As the internet industry is gaining more importance, it also attracts some bad practices such as Cybersquatting.
Submitted by christophe on Wed, 07/04/2012 - 08:45
Rakuten, the Japanese giant e-commerce platform and the world's third largest e-commerce company by revenue (US$ 4.94 billion in 2011), is expanding beyond its traditional Japanese borders faster than ever.
Submitted by christophe on Thu, 06/21/2012 - 08:00
The internet market is still growing at a very fast pace in China and it’s already the time for mergers and acquisitions here! We have learnt, few days ago, that the leading Chinese search engine Baiduwas planning to acquire the second search engine Sogouearlier this year but failed to finalize the deal.
Submitted by christophe on Thu, 06/21/2012 - 02:30
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology recently published a statement saying that the number of mobile subscribers within Mainland China has reached over one billion. During the past three months, the Chinese mobile market has gained more than 43 million new customers; the total number of subscribers is now over 1,030,052,000.
Submitted by christophe on Wed, 06/20/2012 - 07:00
Since few months, a new trend has emerged across the IT sector within China, more and more companies are developing or are planning to release their own mobile phone on the Chinese market. Chinese search engine Baidu, the online games operator Shanda, Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung are all targeting the low cost smartphone market with a price range from 899 to 1999 RMB.
Submitted by christophe on Wed, 06/20/2012 - 02:00
One month after the release of the not so much welcomed Google update named Penguin and few days after the updated 1.1 version, we wanted to make a brief analysis about websites that have been hit by the Penguin.
“Hit by the Pinguin” means that these websites have seen their average traffic suddenly decrease to 40% up in few days following the release of the wild animal by Google.
Submitted by christophe on Sun, 06/17/2012 - 09:35
With the upcoming release of Firefox 14 expected next month, we have recently learnt that Firefox will end its partnership with the Russian search giant Yandexas its default search engine for the Russian-based version of Firefox.
Submitted by christophe on Sat, 06/16/2012 - 09:49