Tangos points on the China Web2.0 Review blog to a new report by searchlab.com.cn, which throws some light on the scene. But, like we found for our overview on Social Networks & Blogging platforms in Russia, you can not really separate this stats, because more and more this services are interlinked.
"According to the report which review not only blog services but also some social networking services, in terms of traffic, Q-zone is the most visited service, followed by 51.com, Xiaonei.com, Baidu Space, Sina blog, Netease blog, Sohu blog, i-part, MSN Live Space and 360quan.com.
The report said Q-zone has accounted for about 24% of total traffic of QQ.com, Alexa data also shows Q-zone is the No. 1 service in QQ with its 16% shares. Q-zone learns a lot from Cyworld of Korea, and it sells virtual items to monetize traffic. Leveraging on its QQ IM tool, Q-zone becomes very popular among QQ users ..." more
Like so many other reports, this report 139 is gone - between 2008-1-29 21:15:03 and now ..., but I'm sure CRW can help you out!
(Cross-posted on Hugo E. Martin on Media, Marketing & Internet)