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Chinese Group Buying Navigation Website Opened By Shanda

China’s Shanda has announced its launch a new navigation site, Tuan.sdo.com, for group buying websites.

The new site has reportedly reached cooperation with many Chinese collective buying websites, including Meituan.com, Didatuan.com, Manzuo.com, Nuomi.com, Gaopeng.com, 24quan.com, Ftuan.com, Lashou.com, Tuan800.com, and T.dianping.com.

Tuan.sdo.com has three channels: group buying products, collective buying websites and collective buying maps. The official introduction says that the website is one of the most authoritative platforms that provides collective buying information and shopping sharing in China. It integrates the latest information of collective buying deals provided by collective buying websites on a daily basis to help consumers find their desired goods.

Tuan.sdo.com has covered collective buying services in over 80 Chinese cities.

So far, many Chinese Internet giants like Tencent, Baidu, and Alibaba have entered the group buying market. For the collective buying navigation sector, Tuan.sdo.com’s major competitors include Tuan800.com, Tuan.360.cn, Tuan.t.sina.com.cn, and Tuan.hao123.com.

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