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In China there is not much.And most of them did the work of reselling/localizing the US stuff into China,such as Alexa,PR. But nonetheless,here's a short list: http://www.aizhan.com it monitors Baidu rankings,index and stuff. http://www.chinaz.com tools and articles about SEO and SEM. http://www....

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There are a number of different questions here, so I'll try to answer what I think you're really asking. My background is in electronic product development in a corporate B2B environment, so the question of 'Should I go to China' almost invariably comes up in conversation. My first question wo...

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Do an independent lab test of each item to test for heavy metal contamination, specifically cadmium, lead, mercury and arsenic. Better that you get this information in advance before someone else does it and reports it, which could lead to a very fast business demise. For reference, check the pro...

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Quality control is always a concern when working with an overseas vendor, and I can only imagine your frustration with the samples you have received. My advice having sourced from China and many other countries is that you need a person on the ground to make sure your expectations and specs are b...

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Hi. This one is easy to answer, but hard to solve. If you want to have live content in a mobile app that is updated over the Internet (ex: via the cloud), then you can *only* house that content on servers INSIDE China. I have a lot of experience trying to support everything from mobile games to ...

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Many companies entering the Chinese market want to do SEO on Baidu, promote their brand on WeChat and Weibo, and prospect on Chinese online media. This is the first step to get established in the market. However, it is necessary to define your goals. For example, if you want to generate leads, in...

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I live in Shanghai, China. Give me a call to explain more, know few suppliers, and also operate a trading company here,

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You need someone with hardware prototyping skills. You can either get an unpaid cofounder, or pay someone to do it (and worry about getting a hardware cofounder later). For either of those options, you'll need someone local. Look in local hackerspaces (https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/List_of_Hacker...

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