Today on Marketing Nerds, Greig Holbrook of Oban Digital talks about international search and online behavior of users from different countries.
Baidu, the dominant Chinese search engine, quietly pulled out of Japan. The exit from the market was so quiet, it took a full month for anyone to notice.
Baidu is listed at #22 which puts it ahead of many of the world’s most popular sites, including Imgur.com (24) Aol.com (25), and even Pinterest (29).
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