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So when most people are riding the social networking wave, it’s perfectly natural that marketers try their best to get involved. In China right now, people are on Weibo (microblogs), and all major internet companies have made their attempt to to get a piece of the action. Sohu, Sina, Tencent, and NetEase all have their own versions of weibo, while older social websites such as Douban and Tianya are trying to merge microblogs into their existing business models.