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The Huffington Post increases popularity in Asia with social method

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By Lo Wai Yin


A Senior Editor of The Huffington Post said at Shue Yan University yesterday that The Huffington Post depended on the social method a lot to increase its popularity.


The Huffington Post, launched in 2005, is an American online news website featuring columnists and various news sources. To expand the business to Asian region, it chose Japan to be its first launching point.


Senior Editor of The Huffington Post Chris C. Anderson said that The Huffington Post targeted Japan and South Korea to launch its Asian version instead of China due to its restriction. “We do not have plans right now to launch in China because China is a tricky situation that the Chinese government does have more censorship which is a barrier.”


To let more people in Asia know more about The Huffington Post, Anderson said, “Social is a big part to increase the popularity of the post.” He used himself as an example that he came to Hong Kong and attended the assembly yesterday, which could give a brief idea for the attendants about The Huffington Post.


He added that The Huffington Post team got into social networks like Facebook as much as possible. They tried to push up the post in Hong Kong and put a great effort to do the online news reporting such as putting out good quality contents within a short time. They wanted Hong Kong people to care what the post cared about.


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