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Find Your Social Crew: 2017 Social Media Executive Report

April 24, 2018 |

At KAWO we often hear about the difficulties brands and agencies have finding people to manage their social media. To understand this challenge better, it’s important to get to know social media executives in China. A good place to start is a new report released by four major players in Chinese social media (运营研究社,人人秀,新媒体管家,上线了). In…
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How to Make GIFs for WeChat – Ultimate Wechat Stickers Guide

February 28, 2018 |
Using GIF’s is a great way to express yourself and even better when it’s a customized one. But what if you are not familiar with Photoshop, Camtasia Studio, or Adobe Premiere? In this article, we will show you very simple different ways that will allow you to create your own customized GIFs for WeChat.  Just remember: no matter what tools you use, the GIF should be smaller than 300KB (although files with 250KB also may have issues). Otherwise, you will end up with a still picture. Keep reading...

“Sang”: The trend of negative messages on Weibo & WeChat

November 1, 2017 |

In May, a pop-up tea store named Sang Cha (丧茶), roughly translated into ‘depressed tea’, opened in Shanghai for four days. This store was instantly a huge topic filling my WeChat moments and Weibo feed. Young people shared photos and jokes about the quirky concept which says mean things to their customers like… “You’re already…
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New Powerful Intelligent Scheduling Feature Exclusively in KAWO

March 17, 2016 |

Our developers have been working hard to expand KAWO’s limits beyond the already available features. In addition to managing your content and internal communication needs, we want to help you make better choices for your brand in order to maximize engagement. That’s why we are launching the “Intelligent Scheduling” feature for Weibo! This new feature…
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Will Apple Pay Succeed in China?

February 18, 2016 |

Apple launched its mobile payment service in China today, after announcing it yesterday on its official website. The process started back in December of 2015 when Apple announced its partnership with Union Pay, and now it already has 19 of China’s biggest lenders as partners – which mean 80% of credit and debit cards in China…
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Weibo to Remove 140 Character Limit

January 22, 2016 |

Weibo has announced that it will soon remove its 140 character limit. This news comes only 2 weeks after Twitter confirmed that they are testing 10.000 character tweets. Weibo CEO Wang Gaofei has made public that paid Weibo members will have the new limit starting from January 28, while others will have to wait until…
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