Xiaorou, 22, is a kindergarten teacher by day and a professional non-nude webcam model by night on Sina Show, China’s largest platform for online video chat services.Everyday after work, Xiaorou goes to her “live studio” to perform a two-hour show.By the end of December 2012, China had 564 million Internet users, 50.9 million more than the year before, and representing nearly 40% of the Chinese population!
Sina Weibo was well ahead of the game in providing users with the ability to include images and video – far before its Western counterpart, Twitter.
China is one of the most restricted countries in the world in terms of internet, but these constraints have directly contributed to the staggering success of local Chinese social media sites.
The Chinese government makes it impossible for foreign companies to enter the Chinese social media network social network.
Buying a USB-powered microphone is an obvious first step (along with using an Ethernet connection versus Wi-Fi) to increase your computer conversation quality, but it’s time to think beyond that.
With many employers relying on video chat software to keep employees connected, individuals using webcams to produce expert how-to videos, and television broadcasters depending on this technology to beam guests in from all over the world, it’s no longer just good enough to be happy that your connection works.