Albany, New York (09/26/2014) – Chinanet Online Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:CNET) today said that in order to enhance its participation in SINA, it participated in the event called 2014 SINA Corp (NASDAQ:SINA) Supporting Wings Corporate Marketing Summit. The event focussed on the growth perspectives in marketing as well as new digital advertising. Various participants including those from education, tourism and apparel sectors were present in the event.
Chinanet and Supporting Wings Relationship
The COO of Chinanet, George Chu, said that participation in the event allowed the company to communicate with this market in a better manner. Also, he added, this enabled it to explore the work environment with SINA Corp (NASDAQ:SINA). Hinting towards collaboration with other companies, the COO said that the event enabled Chinanet Online Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:CNET) in discovering working relationships with other participating companies as well.
The Internet marketing has become a pivotal and intricate platform for information exchange. Mr. Chu said that in the future, there will be more excitement in the mobile digital marketing and the Internet marketing.
What is Supporting Wings?
This is a special tool meant for marketers so as to extract company information in the presence of the SINA Corp (NASDAQ:SINA) users. Supporting Wings facilitates the marketers in delivering their company messages accurately to the target audience on the basis of social relationships and user attributes.
With marketing as one of the major tools for companies of all industries, Supporting Wings complements Chinanet Online Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:CNET) by offering precise tools for marketing. The advertising and marketing tool is tailor-made for helping the companies in enhancing awareness, while also addressing certain issues that may arise during the campaign.
The prime purpose of using Supporting Wings for any company can be to integrate data from SINA Corp (NASDAQ:SINA), with the renowned shopping destinations in the country, such as T-Mall and Taobao. This enables companies to get abreast with the Internet behaviour and customer interests.