In episode #1035, we discuss what you can learn from Chinese live stream shoppers. Tune in to hear what you can learn from this new trend.
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: What Marketers Can Learn From Live Stream Shopping in China
- [00:45] Eric recently read a piece in the Wall Street Journal about this.
- [01:00] Live stream shopping is following an influencer while they are shopping in real time.
- [01:15] China does 220 of these types of live streams per month.
- [01:30] Certain shop collect a commission.
- [01:55] Neil thinks you will start to see this in the US within the next two years.
- [02:05] He thinks this will also include future virtual stores.
- [02:55] Figure out if this is something you can take advantage of somehow.
- [03:30] The combination of offline and online worlds will continue.
- [03:45] That’s it for today!
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