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  • What's News? April 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

    Dangdang: new Doukan reader in May

    Dangdang will launch a new version of its Doukan e-reader in May. While Dangdang has yet to reveal pricing, CEO Li Guoqing has told the media the new version will be more expensive than the first generation Doukan's RMB 499 price tag. In a bid to keep inventory low, Dangdang will emphasize pre-sales for the new Doukan. Dangdang believes an uptick in e-book downloads following the release of Apple's iPad Mini demonstrates the China market potential for digital publishing. Source: Do News

  • What's News? October 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Dangdang moves into lottery business

    Dangdang, one of China's most popular e-Commerce sites, recently entered the local lottery business. The site now offers 11 types of lottery tickets, including China's "welfare" lottery, sports lottery, football lottery, and general guess lottery. Users that win prizes under  RMB 10,000 will receive the award on the next day through their Dangdang account. Larger awards will be transfered to users' bank account. Source: EBRun

  • What's News? September 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Dangdang doubles down on mother and baby efforts

    Dangdang, one of China's most popular e-Commerce sites, recently established cooperation with the mother and baby channel of Sohu, a news site, to promote relevant products. Local media reports that Dangdang's mother and baby channel grew by 200% between 2008 to 2011. The site built on its leadership in children's book to expand to other products categories. Source: YCWB

  • What's News? August 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Dangdang and Gome set to cooperate online

    According to recent reports, Danddang and Home are planning to establish a strategic alliance in online business. Experts are saying Dangdang and Gome's cooperation would be a first for the domestic e-Commerce industry. The deal remains in discussions. Source: Hualong

  • What's News? August 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Dangdang launches group buying channel

    Dangdang, a popular Chinese online retail of books and general goods, recently launched a group purchase channel. The new channel will serve as an open platform for other sites to promote their wares, and currently features deals from F Group and Dangdang's revenue will come from commissions. Chinese media reports that local consumers’ interest in group purchase is decreasing. According to Tuan800, Only about 327 people joined in each of its group purchase events during the first half of the year - more than a 50% decline compared to the same period last year. 360Buy and commissioned their group purchase business to other companies this year, citing low demand. Source: JRJ

  • What's News? August 1, 2012 | 1 Comments

    Dangdang begins e-reader pre-sales

    Dangdang recently started to pre-sell Doukan, a properietary e-book reader that looks quite like Amazon's Kindle. Doukan is six inches long and features an electronic ink screen. The price of Doukan is several hundred yuan lower than Kindle with similar functionality. The CEO of Dangdang said on the launch day that Doukan is a direct copy of Kindle. Currently Dangdang is pre-selling 10,000 sets of Doukan. Source: 163, Sohu  

  • What's News? July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

    Dangdang losing users

    Local media reports that Dangdang, one of China's leading e-Commerce web sites, lost at least 3 million old users in 2011, which accounted for 35% of the site's total active users during the previous year. The site is still acquiring new users and an industry expert said Dangdang’s user number isn’t increasing but remains 20 million in the last two years. Dangdang troubles are due to scandals involving the sales of fake goods on the site, and price wars with competitors such as 360Buy. Source: QQ Tech


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