June 2017 - New Digital Noise

June 2017

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Klarity to join Meltwater
International media intelligence company Meltwater acquired Klarity with an aim to better harness data from major Chinese social media platforms like WeChat and Sina Weibo. Originally a member of the NDN group, Klarity is Meltwater’s first investment in an Asia-focused business,...
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We have been awarded!
NDN Group is proud to announce that we have been awarded Top 25 Artificial Intelligence companies in 2017 by CIO Advisor. Tailored for APAC, CIO Advisor is an esteemed platform for seasoned Chief Information Officers to learn industry opinions and trends....
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Messenger Ads Now Instagram-ready
Facebook is extending the Click-to-Messenger ads to Instagram, which re-direct users to Messenger interactions. First introduced on Facebook last year, the feature help to channel Instagrammers’ interests into an active conversation with businesses. Target audience will first be directed to a...
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Alipay goes live in Hong Kong
Supporting an astounding 8.5 million daily transactions in China, the payment-by-smartphone app from Alibaba is taking its first step to offering non-yuan payment options in Hong Kong. The launch of AlipayHK allows users to top up their account in local currency by...
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Reaching out to Mainland visitors via WeChat
It is estimated that up to 40% of global luxury sales are made by the Chinese, and 90% of those transactions are made overseas. Just last year, the Chinese tourist spending reached 229 billion, and it is expected to reach...
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Hong Kong fell head over heels for Snapchat
The people of Hong Kong are increasingly attached to highly visual social media platforms, and Snapchat is making it big in the city. Snapchat now boasts the highest usage penetration in Hong Kong among Asian cities, with slightly over half...
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Is social media right for luxury brands?
Luxury brands promote exclusivity. Social media, on the other hand, is all about reaching out and connecting with the largest audience possible. It seems unlikely at first but turns out the pair does works magic — only with the right...
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