Not quite search marketing, but foreign money is still inflating the Chinese market. Massive advertising company WPP has bought into MySpace China. Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp allowed this site to develop almost from scratch.
Teenage pregnancy is becoming a problem in the coastal cities, as apparantly is internet dating.
It’s actually a serious issue as the anti-pornography side to Chinese internet censorship is a far more important side to the “Great Firewall of China” than many in the West credit. This could be uncontrollable internally, although a lot of “web 2.0” applications may suffer in the meantime as the Chinese government sees a non-political reason to crack down on social media.
Chinese internet censorship is far more a case of fears about social stability than it is about guilt over student protests.
I would like to point readers to Gordon Choi, a man who has been in this game for a long time and is always worth a read.