Red Duck Post

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Red Duck Post is an English language, digital News/Media company focused on social media in Asia. Red Duck creates and publishes both original and news-wire visual and print content for Facebook and Mobile Broadband users. Since its inception in the summer of 2016, Red Duck amassed over 50,000 Facebook followers and surpassed 18 million views in December 2016.§[1]

In discussing the reason for targeting Asia, a company spokesperson explained, “East Asia has over 1 billion mobile broadband users, Southeast Asia has another 364 million. North America and Western Europe combined have just over 700 million. The need for content in Asia is tremendous and is not being met.”

Content

Content focuses on topics including animals, food, culture, cooking and news.

Content partners include the Press Association, Associated Press, New China, Newsflare and international freelance journalists and media professionals. As of February 2017, Red Duck had 3,680 Google Backlinks and 973 Google Indexed Pages.§[2]

Readership

Red Duck content has received over 20 million views. Its videos average over 110,000 views each.§[1]


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