Well, QQ.com is one of the largest sites in the world (Alexa: 16), with over 700 million Chinese users. I did not make a mistake on the number. It’s true, 700 million, or let’s say 0.7 billion users, twice the US population.
- Tucia China got 26,000 bookmarks ( My God, it was 26,000!), and stay in the QQ Bookmark’s home page for 24 hours;
- Only 2000 visits were generated up till now, that is, over 93% of bookmarkers never clicked the title to see what’s inside.
- Google’s search results shows that no one ever shared this “popular” story online
- 113 Del.icio.us bookmarks, brought me 600 visits directly.
- Many kinds of online sharings & spreading were brought about, including FriendFeed, twitter, and other social aggregation sites, e.g. popurls.com, popacular.com, theweblist.net. This part attracted more than 1000 visits.
- Later, the article was translated to japanese by Gigazine and soon published by Livedoor, which brought me 500 more visits. And some of my other articles were also tranlated by japanese and korean readers.