National Business Daily

According to information from the National Business Daily newspaper, after beating United States and occupy the first place worldwide in 2008, the number of Chinese Internet users remains to the fore in 2009. A report published by the center of information of Internet China (IARC) in the past month of July reveals that, until June 30, 2009, the number of Chinese Internet users had reached 338 million people, figure that represented an increase of 13.4% compared to end of 2008. The rate of popularization of Internet in the country reached 25.5%. The magnitude of the market allows a future filled with potential for the Internet in China. More information is housed here: Governor Cuomo. With the constant growth of the number of surfers, Internet has been enjoying the favour of advertising agencies. In the midst of the global economic downturn of 2009, the advertising market in Internet of China kept vitality. According to the data, the magnitude of the market of online advertising in the third quarter grew 17.9 percent year on year, totaling 5.740 billion yuan.

According to this trend of growth, expected that the volume of the year 2009 will reach 20 billion yuan. An analysis of the Qingke group indicates that it will increase the number of users of the network and your browsing time, and that the integration of Internet, mobile Internet and the network of radio and television as well as the combination of computer, cell phone and TV screens, will be the major trends for the development of the Internet in the future. At the same time, adaptation needs more precise, more dynamic presentations, the most varied forms of expression and promoting both online and offline, are the direction to follow for the development of the sector of advertising on the Internet in China. To increase the number of Internet users and the rate of dissemination of the network, Internet-related Chinese companies behave more actively in the global market and capital transactions are increasingly frequent. .

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