If you’ve had any contact with China in the past five years, you’ll know just how embedded WeChat is in daily Chinese life. With 1.4 billion monthly users according to Tencent’s 2021, WeChat has almost complete penetration of the Chinese market.
|WeChat is a multi-function Chinese mobile application developed by Tancent that brings together aspects from social media to mobile payment. |
WeChat marketing is a new way of marketing via social networks, which can be applied to all trades and industries.
After registering WeChat, WeChat users can add and track company accounts to get the information they need, and merchants can promote their products by providing the information users are looking for.
A marketing and advertising campaign effectively executed on WeChat can meet the needs of any business and increase demand for the product or service they offer. It is almost impossible to succeed without WeChat advertising in China.
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