Want to grow your business in China?
Are you getting your share of the large yearly growth of online and mobile shopping, trading and information gathering in China? If not, it's probably due to lack of or poor visibility on the internet to Chinese market.
If you are serious about China, you need to be visible on the Internet in China!
Most overseas websites cannot be seen in China. It is a straight forward process to correct this using Access to China products and services.
We have a unique understanding of the practical and legal web issues, restrictions and requirements in China and how to help companies have optimum web visibility there. We have over 16 years’ experience serving international companies working in China. We are proud to offer a credible, competitive and guaranteed service to our clients.
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Local DNS records
As covered in “Slow Website” there is problem in the Chinese internet with DNS records not been found from China until you have tried from your browser three to four times.
Often the Chinese user stops trying and give up. It does help that the local ISP often displays their website instead of your company website when they it cannot fined.
The issue is created by the master records domain name service (NS) not reposing too slow from outside China.
The solution is to purchase your domain names to be used in mainland and China from a Chinese ISP.
- The Google public DNSs servers (22.214.171.124. and 126.96.36.199) often do not response at all in China. This is due to many Google services been blocked in China.
- Our recommendation for general public DNS: 188.8.131.52. This is the China railway public DNS.
- To operate a public DNS in China requires a licence from the internet authorities.