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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by VisionXIII, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. VisionXIII

    VisionXIII Newbie

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    Just wondering if anyone's tried anything with the Chinese market?

    It would be great to hear your experiences.
     
  2. Internet-Explorer-9

    Internet-Explorer-9 Newbie

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    I have a little bit the chinese market vs. Africa Potential Market

    Google Trend link for past 6 hrs - 1 week

    what if alibaba open up west africa shop makes import cheaper for IE-9*_3*&^$
     
  3. Takeshi

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    I considered but never tried. Would be curious for some input on this as well.
     
  4. hanbingtel

    hanbingtel Newbie

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    I come from China, where do you want to know?
     
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  5. Internet-Explorer-9

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    I would be interested to know if china would receive benefit from less cars driving and more rides were being offered in return for purchasea products, that would decrease pollution?
     
  6. pseudonym

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    selling things into china is rarely smart, and seldom profitable.
    taking things from china and selling those things into the west, is smart and profitable.
    taking things from the west, cloning them in china and re-selling them back into the west, is even smarter and even more profitable.

    don't want to begin to write like a sage so let's take a direct example;

    - go to flippa. look for services websites being sold with +- us$1m asking prices and NDAs. flippa's NDA procedure can be gamed with forged documents from secondeye here on this forum. pass the NDA and save a copy of the guy's analytics, earning channels and website HTML/CSS
    - walk down the alleys of a third-tier chinese city and approach a web dev studio being operated from an apartment. tell the guy to clone the website you just saved on flippa. wait 5 days [chinese don't waste weeks or months -- everything is in days].
    - walk out of that alley and into the main street of that same third-tier city, website online and "mostly functional", with the business model memorized to the hair. take the elevator up to the offices of any LED/fake louis vuitton e-commerce start-up and tell the boss you are going to change things up around a bit around there. get his 100-man team to essentially back "your" website, for free, in return for some % of ownership.
    - work 20 hour days and nights and finish up that us$1m flippa clone before the flippa auction is even over.
    - post on the flippa auction and notify everyone that "clones of this website have been located"; this will enrage all existing bidders and cause the project to fall into chaos. report the listing to flippa as well so it is removed.

    walk away from it all, 3 to 4 months later, with a smile on your face so big it leaves floyd mayweather dumb struck
     
  7. scrawlers

    scrawlers BANNED BANNED

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    People in China read english websites ?
     
  8. sashilover

    sashilover Junior Member

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    Forget about China market, you will get nothing there, being a Chinese, I have devoted to Google SEO for years, basically, SEO in China(Baidu.com) is truly dead.
     
  9. sashilover

    sashilover Junior Member

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    Yes, asshole.
     
  10. BloodyNinja

    BloodyNinja Power Member

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    I have many users and clients from China. I started learning Chinese a while ago and plan to hire a Chinese worker in my country to translate the website into Chinese and handle customer support. Don't listen to short sighted people telling you cannot sell anything in China profitably. 2 billion people market (this is how many people in the world speaks Chinese) just cannot be a non-profitable market. This is utter nonsense

    You just have to be smart about it. Could you sell a horseshoe to a blacksmith? Nope. Could you sell him a hammer instead? Hell yeah. The same principle applies to selling stuff to Chinese people. Don't try to sell them what they can manufacture by themselves.
     
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  11. PBN345

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    Why are so many expired domains being bought up by the Chinese then? Or are you the only one that knows it's dead?!
     
  12. scrawlers

    scrawlers BANNED BANNED

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    Baidu must go international and kill google
     
  13. Zevoltai

    Zevoltai Senior Member

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    There's simply wayyyyyyyy too much government oversight and protectionism risk in China to make things worthwhile now for us western entrepreneurs.

    They'll realize the follies of protectionism once the trickle of western investors finishes drying up.