After more than four decades of rapid development through reform and opening-up, China is not only “the world’s factory”, but also a global market. China has become the largest industrial country, the largest trader in goods, and the largest holder of foreign exchange reserves in the world. With 1.4 billion Chinese people and 400-million middle income population, China will soon become the world’s largest consumer market. In the next 15 years, China’s imports of goods and services will exceed $30 trillion and $10 trillion respectively. More importantly, China always pursues the policy of opening-up and has become the largest trading partner of more than 100 countries, providing a huge market and immeasurable opportunities for the world.
From November 5 to 10, 2019, the Second China International Import Expo (CIIE) held in Shanghai. This grand event witnessed in-depth integration of China into the world and win-win cooperation between China and countries across the globe.
The popularity of the CIIE reflects the confidence of enterprises around the world in China’s determination to constantly deepen its efforts at all-round opening-up. With the implementation of a major series of favorable policies and measures aiming at promoting opening-up at a higher level, China has constantly optimized its institutional environment. By further lowering its overall tariff level, broadening market access, shortening the negative lists for foreign investment, and promoting transparent market rules, China has endeavored to make it more convenient for various companies around the world to share its development opportunities. On October 24, the World Bank released its Ease of Doing Business Report 2020, which ranks China 31st, up by 15 places from last year’s ranking of 46th. The rise of China’s consumer market has been universally regarded as an important pillar of the steady and sustained economic growth of the country, and the primary focus of foreign enterprises to continue investing in China.
Openness and Cooperation Write a New Chapter for World Economy. More business opportunities, more development for your business. Welcome to China–Your ideal China’s Division partner.
Now, needless to say, quality backlinks are hard to get, but they shouldn’t be. In fact there are smart ways to build or earn backlinks, to get authoritative websites to link to your online business. Here are 2:
1. The broken-link building method
We love the broken-link building method because it works perfectly to create one-way backlinks. The technique involves contacting a webmaster to report broken links on his/her website. At the same time, you recommend other websites to replace that link. And here, of course, you mention your own website. Because you are doing the webmaster a favor by reporting the broken links, the chances of a backlink back to your website are high.
So, to use the broken-link method, first find relevant websites in your niche that have resources pages. Find them by using these search queries in Google:
- your keyword + links
- your keywords + resources
- keywords inurl:links
2. Backlinks through infographics
Infographics are one of the most popular methods for bringing traffic to your website and gaining valuable backlinks. They’re also great because they’re easy to understand and share. Everyone loves visual data, right? That’s why the demand for infographics has increased considerably. Consider that influential online publications like Chinadivision publish numerous infographics from all over the Internet.
Your Fulfillment Costs are Rising
Many startups bootstrap their operations to conserve resources in order to retain greater control while growing the business. This is great because you focus on the core aspects of your business, but it necessitates you to look past initial costs and take into consideration the bigger picture of outsourcing fulfillment. Does your business require you to scale quickly to maintain a competitive advantage? Or will you benefit by having a logistics partner? By bootstrapping fulfillment, you may miss out on the extensive network that a well-connected fulfillment center could provide by way of valuable industry-centric advice.
If you’re still hung up on costs, make sure you do the math. Once you factor in the cost of printers, scales, shelving, facilities, labor and supplies, it’s not uncommon to find that the total outsourced fulfillment cost per order comes in at less than the DIY cost per order. This also doesn’t take into account the value of freed-up working capital and the most essential resource of all time.