There are dozens of online platforms that are widely used throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
Just like in North America, these platforms allow consumers to connect with loved ones, purchase goods, film videos, share photos, pay for products and services, and much more.
China’s leading online search engine, boasting over 66% market share.
Chinese user-generated video sharing platform with a highly engaged, interactive community. The platform sees roughly 300 million monthly active users.
Korea’s largest online marketplace with over 47 million active listings.
Short form video app for China with livestreaming & e-commerce capabilities. It is owned by ByteDance and is one of the hottest apps in China, especially among gen-Z and millennial consumers.
A sister company to KakaoStory, KakaoTalk is South Korea’s leading messaging app with features such as mobile payment, shopping, banking, and microblogging.
Korea’s leading domestic search engine that draws heavily from user-generated content and social community café. Although Google still leads in Korea, Naver represents more than 25% of all searches in the market.
A chief competitor to Lazada, Shopee is the largest online shopping platform in Southeast Asia.
China’s largest online retail marketplace with nearly 900 million active users. A subsidiary of Alibaba, Tmall acts as a virtual shopping mall and features brands from around the world across dozens of product categories, including fashion, beauty, health and wellness, consumer electronics, FMCG, child / baby / maternity, and more.
The web portal is Japan’s most visited site with over 67 million monthly active users. Its services include news, shopping, travel, mobile payment, and much more. The search is powered by Google.
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