In order to help the brands on its platform reach their target users in a much more efficient and productive way, Xiaohongshu, a life sharing platform in China, launched a one-stop advertising service platform named "Spotlight" on Saturday.
Xiaohongshu, a lifestyle sharing platform, announced on Friday that it has formally filed lawsuits against three platforms, including Yunmeiyi, Qunliang and Shengshi Qilin.
Tencent-backed Weimob announced on Wednesday that it had reached an in-depth agreement with Chinese lifestyle sharing platform Xiaohongshu.
The lifestyle sharing platform Xiaohongshu responded on Tuesday to media reports that "shopping notes on Xiaohongshu are ghostwritten and shared by others for only a 4 yuan ($0.63) charge."
In response to a large number of its users complaining about over-decorated scenic spot photos shared on the platform, lifestyle sharing platform Xiaohongshu issued a statement on Sunday apologizing to users.