Retailing, Franchising, and Consumerism Business Intelligence in China Enhances Internet Media Monitoring And Widget Support In China

Beijing, China (September 29, 2009) / —, the leading free Chinese social media news monitoring tool for the public relations professionals and a service of, has enlarged its pool of aggregated news to now include monitoring of media sources in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Focusing on Simplified Chinese news and social media outside of Mainland China, has added over 4,500 new data points from blogs, newspapers and magazines from Taiwan, Macau, Hong Kong, and Singapore over the past two months. The number will continue to grow as more key media are pinpointed to be added to's searchable archive. has also added widget features to assist users in adding news monitoring to their online services. Services like,, MyYahoo, and have been enhanced to each search interface on to aid marketing professionals wanting to stay on top of the latest news in China. With the click of a button,'s media monitoring is easily added to those services' widgets.

Using a streamlined interface, provides unparalleled access to Chinese marketing and public relations professionals who need the latest information to monitor their reputation, brand, and competitors. With a simple keyword search, users of gain immediately usable data that comes from's archive of hundreds of thousands of Chinese articles. Once a user conducts a search, that search can easily be added to 3rd party desktop software or Web applications using customized RSS feeds that are continuously updated. currently monitors over 120,000 separate Chinese media data points. For more information, visit is a service of BDL Media's, a leading press release distribution service in China. means "Press Release" in Chinese. Providing clients with greater online visibility in Chinese media, offers small and medium-sized businesses in China with a cost-effective means to enhance their online profiles. provides an online Media CRM database with over 10,000 Chinese Media Accounts and 12,000 Chinese Media Contacts to aid public relations professionals target their brands in China. is also currently finishing up a beta test on its new online media monitoring dashboard application, and that will be released in Q4 2009. For more information, visit or

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