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Products for Internet Users
2005-8-8 11:21:13      CRIENGLISH.com
Highlight of products and services provided by Baidu.com to internet users.

Products for Internet Users:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Highlighted Products:

  • Post Bar - A Baidu invention and a popular hangout in the Baidu community. Post Bar is a place for users to exchange information on query-activated message boards.
  • Movie Search - A subscription based service that supports downloads of movies made available by a number of contracted content providers.
  • Baidu Knows - Users may ask and answer questions on a reward system.
  • Desktop Search - The first desk top search tool that supports both English and Chinese, developed in four months.
  • Search Index - A registration based service that monitors changes in the most frequently searched keywords. Search Index is a useful tool for media professionals.

Products for Customers:

  • Online Marketing Services
    • Pay for Performance (P4P)
    • Tailored solutions
  • Enterprise Search Software

(Source: Baidu) 


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