14 April 2008 |

If you could ask the Chinese Search market one thing…

As everyone will well know, and is eagerly anticipating, Tamar is attending the Search Engine Strategies conference this Friday/Saturday in Xiamen, China. Second only to the Olympics, Search Engine Strategies is the event of the year in Asia.

We are particularly looking forward to the opportunity to be able to demystify the Chinese web to some extent. Having so many search-interested people in one place at one time, we thought this would be an ideal opportunity to let loose Amy with her camera and Bing with his notebook, to get the low down on the search market in China – straight from the horse’s mouth.

So, you are all welcome to comment on this post with what questions you want Amy and Bing to ask the good people of SES Xiamen, don’t be shy!

Tamar Staff Member

View all posts by .
  • http://www.tamar.com Neil Jackson

    A few for you..
    Which search engines do you use and why?
    What would make you switch from one to another?
    What do you like about Baidu and Google?
    What do you dislike about Baidu and Google?
    Do you use the paid search results?
    What does ‘search’ mean to you as an individual?

  • http://www.tamar.com.cn Jeff

    What is the biggest term online if they are not allowed to search for pills porn or casino?

  • http://www.tamar.com.cn Aidan Moore

    What was the last thing you bought online?