If you happen to be in want of the products being promoted, then it’s fine. However, nine out of ten promotional posts you see may not appeal to you at all.
resentment. It was originally a platform for friends to interact with each other, but now it has been invaded by advertisements that flood the screen.
The China Youth Daily survey shows that 63.3 percent of the subjects don’t like advertisements on WeChat Moments, while 53.7 percent will block friends who post such information.
“Not all business models can survive on WeChat Moments,” says Liu Run, president of Shanghai Run2me Management Consulting Co Ltd and a researcher on Internet economy. He points out that individual user’s sales promotion of 2014, forming the largest foreign-student group in the country, according to Chinanews.com. Canada also granted permanent residence to more than 34,000 Chinese in 2013.
“It seems that everyone I know in Canada is somewhat involved in or was in the business,” says Quanquan. Some fail after trying for two or three months, and some survive.
They are facing stricter regulations, too. The new regulation from the General Administration of Customs of China, which came into effect on August 1,