Top 20 Most Visited Websites from China
Today I want to share about “Top 20 most visited websites from China”. This list is created with the help of Alexa Rank Analysis. With China’s giant population of over 1.3 billion, almost all websites below have entered the Alexa Rank Top 100.
Alexa rank 5 – Baidu is a leading Chinese language search engine. Baidu provides more than 50 services such as search, community, Baidu Baike, MP3 music and movies, post bar, map and video.
Alexa rank 7 – QQ is China’s most popular Internet service portal owned by Tencent Group. It provides registered users with a “one-stop online service” including online social games, music, shopping, micro-blogging and voice chat.
Alexa rank 9 – Taobao is the most popular C2C online marketplace in China, similar to eBay and Amazon. Products or service sellers can display their items for sale or resale on the Taobao online shops.
Alexa rank 13 – Sina is a classic Chinese online media and one of the largest Chinese-language web portals. Sina also owns Sina Weibo, a Twitter-like micro-blog social network.
Alexa rank 15 – Hao123.com is China’s largest web directory website. It was founded in 1999. It was originally just a personal website with just function of web directory. But it created a miracle and already became many web users’ home page. Now it is a subsidiary of Baidu, Inc, China’s search engine giant.
Alexa rank 17 – Sina Weibo is a Chinese micro-blogging website, a Twitter-like micro-blog social network. It has 536 million registered users as of March 2013. As another phone app weixin appeared in 2011, it began to loose its popularity.
Alexa rank 24 – 360.cn is a Chinese provider of “free security software.” Its two core internet security products 360 Safe Guard and 360 Anti-Virus cover more 400 million Internet users in China.
Alexa rank 26 – Sohu.com is a traditional Chinese online media. It offer various services such as search, gaming, community and mobile service.
Alexa rank 26 – Soso.com is a Chinese search engine. On average, it gets 21,064,490 page views every day. Its online services include forum, picture search, music search and others.
Alexa rank 33 – 163.com is a popular Chinese web portal which receives over 427 million page views per day, ranking as the fourth most visited web portal in China.
Alexa rank 50 – Sponsored by the Xinhua News Agency, it is an important information hub of the Chinese central government. It releases daily news in eight languages including Chinese (simplified and traditional), English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Japanese and Tibetan.
Alexa rank 58 – It is a leading online media providing all-around services such as pictures, information, video, special news, internet communities and e-commerce. Ifeng.com also opens up special columns which allow users to watch many channels of the Phoenix TV online.
Alexa rank 66 – It is a large comprehensive Internet media launched by People’s Daily, one of the world’s top ten newspapers. It offers 15 languages and publishes news in the form of text, picture, audio and video, BBS and blog.
Alexa rank 67 – Guangming online is an important news website in China, sponsored by Guangming Daily. It has powerful influence in ideological, theoretical and cultural fields in China.
Alexa rank 70 – Alipay is China’s major online payment service provider. It had more than 800 million registered users by December 2012. Alipay has been accepted as an online payment method by many online retail websites in China.
Alexa rank 76 – Alibaba.com is a leading global e-commerce platform for small businesses in the world. It aims to help small businesses worldwide expand to overseas markets.
Alexa rank 77 – Youku is a leading online video web site in China, one of the YouTube clones of China. Youku has 300 million registered users and has over 170 million page views per day.
Alexa rank 81 – AliExpress is a retail service where mostly small business sellers offer products to online buyers. AliExpress owns more than 7.7 million registered users in more than 200 countries and regions.
Alexa rank 109 – Found in 1999, china.com is one of the most influential online media in China. It offers services including news, events, culture, people, lifestyle and language.