We are the only full-service digital marketing agent that specialises in STM publishing in China. We have a deep knowledge of the Chinese scholarly landscape and academic author and researcher community. Some of our clients include Hindawi Ltd., The Royal Society, and Dove Medical Press Ltd.
With over 20 years’ experience, we help publishers deepen their engagement with their academic authors by creating and managing their China social media activities in a rapidly growing social media space. We also help manage your brand through Chinese SEO, localised websites and targeted discipline specific campaigns.
Our expert digital marketing team are based in Beijing but we also have offices in the UK and USA, this means our publisher partners can choose to liaise directly with our team in China, or via UK or US-based project managers.
“There are many restrictions and challenges for Western publishers seeking to enter the China market. We chose to partner with Charlesworth on social media marketing as they are the only agency that specialises in STM publishing and scholarly communication in China. We needed an agency that really understood the Chinese academic author and researcher community in our discipline. They are also able to advise us on movements in the scholarly landscape, Open Access for example. Another big plus is having a project manager in the UK who liaises on our behalf with the team in Beijing."
It’s vital to have expertise in STM publishing, the scholarly communication landscape and social media in China to develop and position your brand which is where our expertise lies.
China’s social media and scholarly communication landscape is very different to the rest of the world. Familiar global platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are not available. Instead, Chinese “super-platform” mobile apps such as WeChat and Weibo are now deeply embedded in everyday life offering everything from bill payment to professional networking.
These mobile apps are ideally suited for bite-size targeted publisher and journal specific content which can be read and shared by the academic and researcher within their follower community.