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Chinese Social Media Agency KAWO Launches Page Targeting Sports Industry

04 / 17 / 14

KAWO, a social media management tool that helps businesses repurpose and automate existing social media content onto Chinese channels like Weibo and WeChat, has officially launched a specialized page targeting the sports industry to deliver Chinese social media to clients. Although the sports market...

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