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How To Get Sales From YouTube

Did you know, YouTube is the world’s third biggest search engine after Google and Baidu (wait, what? China’s biggest search engine, that’s what!) which means that, more often or not, when you put a search into Google for how to do certain things, quite often it’s a video on YouTube that comes up in …

Chinas Baidu to open-source its deep learning AI platform The Chinese Internet giant Baidu Inc. has been makingbig progressinapplying deep learning neural networksto improve image recognition language translation search ranking and click prediction in advertising. Now its going to give a lot of it away. @tachyeonz

Baidu is streets ahead of Google in search, controlling 83.6 percent of all searches in China against Google’s 11.1 percent. However, when you look at search in terms of revenue, the picture isn’t so shabby. Google accounts for 18 percent of the estimated 866 million (5.5 billion yuan) industry-wide annual revenue. That means that the US firm is making more than 155 million dollar from search alone in China.

Baidu is streets ahead of Google in search, controlling 83.6 percent of all searches in China against Google’s 11.1 percent. However, when you look at search in terms of revenue, the picture isn’t so shabby. Google accounts for 18 percent of the estimated 866 million (5.5 billion yuan) industry-wide annual revenue. That means that the US firm is making more than 155 million dollar from search alone in China.

Internet Statistics for China

Internet Statistics for China

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watercolor by Shi Tao (b. 1960, China) Tibetan girl (Academic Award) Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts http://baike.baidu.com/view/1664164.htm 史涛水彩画作品

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In China, Baidu is the most popular search engine and RenRen is the top social networking site (it’s the equivalent of our Facebook). This infographic is taken from SEMrush's blog. Click to see more about how SEMrush can help with your SEO marketing!

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from the Guardian

China launches chopsticks that tell you if your food is safe to eat

China launches chopsticks that tell you if your food is safe to eat #foodsafety

China’s Baidu to open-source its deeplearning AI platform:: The Chinese Internet giant Baidu Inc. has been makingbig progressinapplying deeplearning neural networksto improve image recognition, language translation, search ranking and click prediction in advertising. Now, it’s going to give a lot of it away. The company, often called “China’s Google,” wi ..

China’s Baidu is setting optimistic goals to get its autonomous vehicles on the…