o Baidu (China’s primary web crawler), puts more accentuation on the amount of connections and less on their quality. This makes the SEO work less complex, in spite of the fact that remember that it is less complex for everybody. In the event that you are in a business sector in which there is loads of SEO rivalry, be set up to construct a higher amount of connections. Be cautious however, as building heaps of “spammy” connections on your site for Baidu could contrarily affect your Google positioning for the same site.
o so as to file well in a Chinese internet searcher you should clearly have a site in Chinese. You would most likely be quite vexed on the off chance that you hunt down a decent new bicycle on and the principal site was in Russian.
o Your site will be obstructed in China in the event that it contains any political or grown-up substance. For most organizations, this will have no effect by any stretch of the imagination. Locales with a substantial social component where anyone can contribute could, be that as it may, cause an issue.
o All sites facilitated outside of China are limited regarding speed. This is on account of all outside web movement is handled by various government servers. The execution of your Chinese site will be enormously expanded by facilitating in China.
o Baidu uses meta watchwords and depictions, so it is imperative to incorporate those in your website pages. The inverse applies for western web indexes which use them only for reference and not for positioning.
o Chinese buyers are accustomed to seeing a specific configuration on the web. Site home-pages are by and large a mass of connections to different parts of the site. It is astute to adhere to this configuration as it bodes well to Chinese customers. In any case, remember the quantity of connections put on the page if aiming to rank the same page in a western web crawler.
o Use the correct character encoding. Unicode will be the most effective. Although China does have its own encoding, however, this will only work with operating systems that natively support Chinese.
o Many Chinese websites use frames to display content. Even the major websites do this when they have more than one domain name. Chinese search engines, Baidu in particular, cannot read Chinese texts from within frames though so be sure to avoid this. If you have your website developed in China, ensure you make this point clear from the start.