With China’s Travel Sector Possibly Depressed, What Will Qunar.com Do With Investment Money?

With worries that the new bird flu outbreak could constrict the Chinese travel sector, tourism company Qunar.com has plowed ahead and closed its latest investment round, gaining USD57 million from Baidu.com, Hillhouse Capital, and GGV Capital.

Ganji.com, Coo8.com Join For Internet Advertising Services

Chinese classified information provider Ganji.com has inked a deal with Coo8.com, the professional home appliances e-commerce site for retailer Gome, to offer targeted advertising promotions to Gome.

Chinese Online Literature Search Service Opened By Cloudary, Qihoo 360

Cloudary, the Internet literature subsidiary of Shanda Interactive Entertainment Limited, and Qihoo 360 have inked a strategic cooperation to jointly provide Internet literature search contents to Chinese users.

Microsoft Reveals New Version Of Chinese Bing Search Engine

Harry Shum, Microsoft’s global senior vice president in charge of the development of the company’s global search engine, announced that a new version is now available for Bing Chinese search, Cn.bing.com.

China’s Sogou.com Reported USD7 Million Revenue From Website Navigation

Wang Xiaochuan, chief executive officer of Sogou.com, said that the company’s revenue from search engine, website navigation, and games were USD22 million, USD7 million, and USD1 million, respectively, in the second quarter of 2012.

Still Not Enough SEO Practitioners In China

Chinese search engine technology company Baidu Inc. confirmed that it has opened its certification system to the public and the company aims to enhance training of professional Internet marketing talents.

AdChina’s IPO Reveals Worries Of Foreign Investment In Chinese Internet Sector

AdChina Ltd., an Internet advertising company in China, has issued its draft prospectus for an eventual initial public offering of its Cayman Island entity on Nasdaq under the symbol ADCN.

Chinese Internet Advertising Revenue Reached CNY14.87 Billion In Q4 2011

Chinese Internet websites have continued to benefit from the maturing demand for online branding, Internet promotions, and e-commerce sales.

Chinese Internet Users Can Report Online Fraudsters Via New Baidu Service

Chinese search engine company Baidu Inc. has launched an Internet platform to accept netizens’ complaints about information promoted by the search engine service at Baidu.com.

China’s Tencent To Invest CNY1 Billion In Search Engine Development

Chinese Internet company Tencent has recently started a marketing campaign for its search engine product in Shanghai and this business promotion will be launched in nine cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Chengdu.

Top Executives Quit Chinese Internet Advertising Company

Chinese Internet advertising provider Allyes AdNetwork has witnessed a high-level executive shake-up with both the CEO and COO departing the company.

Operating Expenses Jump As Sohu.com Reports Record China Revenues

Chinese online media and entertainment company Sohu.com Inc. announced record total revenues of USD233 million, up 42% year-over-year and 17% quarter-over-quarter, as it reported its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2011.

Baidu Impresses With Great Internet Results In China

Chinese Internet search engine company Baidu Inc. says its third quarter total revenue jumped 85.1% increase from the corresponding period in 2010.

Baidu’s Internet Search Engine Revenues Surge In China

Chinese search engine company Baidu Inc. announced its unaudited financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2011, and stated that as its tax rate increased, so did its profit.

Google Says Email Hacking Likely From China

Google says a likely phishing attack from Jinan has targeted hundreds of its Gmail email users.

Dangdang.com Will Halt Search Engine Advertising With Baidu.com

Li Guoqing, joint president of the Chinese Internet shopping website Dangdang.com, has announced that the company will stop putting advertisements on search engine Baidu.com from April 2011 due to the recent accusation that Baidu.com is involved in literature and music piracy.

U.S. Government Stings Chinese Websites Baidu.com, Taobao.com As “Notorious Markets”

Chinese search engine Baidu.com and an e-commerce subsidiary of Alibaba, Taobao.com, have just been placed on the United States Trade Representative’s “Notorious Markets List”.

Baidu’s Search Engine Profit In China Jumps 112.4%

Chinese search engine Baidu Inc. posted a 76.4% revenue increase as the company announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2010.

Baidu Posts Impressive Search Engine Revenue In China

Chinese search engine Baidu Inc. might be reaping the benefits of Google’s China capitulation as Baidu announced its unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2010, and showed a 59.6% revenue increase year-over-year.

China’s Baidu.com, Sun Yat-sen University Jointly Launch Search Engine Marketing Course

Chinese Internet search engine firm Baidu.com and the School of International Business of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou have jointly announced the launch of an elective course in search engine marketing.

Motorola Android Phones Go For Microsoft’s Bing Search Engine In China

It may sound like an illness in China, but Microsoft is aiming at Chinese mobile phone users with a new deal to include its Bing.com search engine on Motorola Android phones sold in the country.

China’s Baidu.com Adjusts Alliance Policy, Creates New Client Department

Chinese search engine company Baidu.com has recently adjusted the policies of its Baidu Alliance and will stop business cooperation with some members.

Baidu Posts Increased Search Engine Profit In China

Amidst news of a major security breach and the fleeing of its chief technology officer, Chinese search engine Baidu.com has managed to post increased profit for the end of 2009.

Price Increase For .CN Chinese Website Domain Names

The China Internet Network Information Center has announced that it has increased the price for .CN domain names, and the new price policy went into effect on January 1, 2010.

Baidu Begins New Internet Video Enterprise In China

Chinese search engine firm Baidu Inc. is launching a new company to provide advertising-supported online video services in China.