With WeChat, Singapore-based pawnbroker Maxi-Cash is scaling up its online presence among Chinese audiences.
Maxi-Cash launched another round of ads on WeChat, one of China’s most popular social media application, to feature their new collections, which included Italian designer brands Prada and Miu-Miu.
Screenshots of Maxi-Cash’s WeChat Ads
The pawnbroker leveraged the benefits of having an official and verified WeChat account to give its brand awareness efforts further boost among Chinese consumers, not only based in Singapore but also in neighboring countries in Southeast Asia, as part of its drive in adapting Ecommerce.
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WeChat’s 1 Billion Users
When it comes to social media in China, WeChat is still king. Having over 1 billion active users, it comes as no surprise why brands, both local and international, choose to open an account on the platform and acquire its verified badge as soon as possible.
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But WeChat is more than just a social networking app. Dubbed as the ‘super app’ in China, it enables businesses to directly interact with potential buyers and customers, thanks to its payment system WePay, ultimately paving way for social commerce to flourish.
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