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Q: How do you find specific businesses in China in your area?

Back home i would just google "Real Estate agent near me", but I am having a hard time accessing Google...

 

How do you find specific businesses in your city in China? 

 

22 weeks 5 days ago in  General  - China

 
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Use bing or baidu. 
Also, depending on the gps apps that you have on your phone, you might be able to use that as well. 
 

Do some basic research next time before going somewhere; google has been blocked for years in China. 

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You won't get anything from any search engine on term 'Real Estate agent near me' without entering yer zip code.

 

You can get loads of results from search on term 'Real Estate Agent in Kaifeng, Henan' or 'RE agents in Mombasa, Kenya'  ...

 

 Search Engine Manual: 

 

" ... Once, you fail to get results from the search engine on certain term, you should change yer term ... and try anew ..." 

 

I hope, that helps ... 

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Are you referring to specifically real estate agents or any business?

 

For real estate agents, if you're living around the city, my guess is you can literally see another real estate agency every 15 minutes if you take a walk. Almost every major apartment/compound has two or three different agencies nearby.

 

For where I live, instead of agencies, there're usually one billboard full of ads for around every five or ten residential blocks. It's pretty convenient!

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