Jing Ge
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Emoji rhetoric: a social media influencer perspective
J Ge, U Gretzel
Journal of Marketing Management 34 (15-16), 1272-1295, 2018
572018
A taxonomy of value co-creation on Weibo–a communication perspective
J Ge, U Gretzel
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 30 (4), 2075-2092, 2018
232018
Communicative functions of emoji sequences on Sina Weibo
J Ge, H Susan
First Monday 23 (11), 2018
222018
The Role of Humour in Driving Customer Engagement
J Ge, U Gretzel
Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism, 2017. Rome, 461-474;, 2017
182017
Strategic Use of Social Media Affordances for Marketing: A Case Study of Chinese DMOs
G Jing, G Ulrike, C Rodney, Jay
Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism, 2013, 159-173, 2013
182013
Impact of humour on firm-initiated social media conversations
J Ge, U Gretzel
Information Technology & Tourism 18 (1-4), 61-83, 2018
152018
A new cultural revolution: Chinese consumers’ internet and social media use
J Ge, U Gretzel
Advances in Social Media for Travel, Tourism and Hospitality, 102-118, 2017
92017
Sentiment analysis: a review
J Ge, M Alonso Vazquez, U Gretzel
Advances in Social Media for Travel, Tourism and Hospitality: New …, 2018
82018
Emoji Sequence Use in Enacting Personal Identity
J Ge
Companion The 2019 World Wide Web Conference, 2019
62019
Social media-based visual humour use in tourism marketing: a semiotic perspective
J Ge
European Journal of Humour Research 7 (3), 6-25, 2019
52019
Social Media-Based Visual Strategies in Tourism Marketing
J Ge, G Ulrike
International Journal of Semiotics and Visual Rhetoric (IJSVR), 2 (2), 23-40, 2018
42018
Tourism Marketing Communications on a Chinese Social Media Platform
J Ge
42014
Humour in firm-initiated social media conversations: a conceptual model
J Ge, U Gretzel, Y Zhu
International Journal of Digital Culture and Electronic Tourism 2 (4), 273-293, 2018
22018
Humour in Customer Engagement on Chinese Social Media–A Rhetorical Perspective
J Ge
12016
The Use of Social Media in Internal Marketing Communication – A Case Study of Baixing.com – an Internet Company in China
J Ge, R Johns
47th Academy of Marketing Conference 2013: Marketing Relevance, At Cardiff …, 2013
12013
Do Emoji Sequences Have a Preferred Word Order?
SC Herring, J Ge
Workshop Proceedings of the 14th International AAAI Conference on Web and …, 2020
2020
The Anatomy of Memetic Stickers: An Analysis of Sticker Competition on Chinese Social Media
J Ge
Workshop Proceedings of the 14th International AAAI Conference on Web and …, 2020
2020
Humour in Customer Engagement on Chinese Social Media – A Rhetorical Perspective. Doctoral Dissertation Summary.
G Jing
European Journal of Тourism Research 15, 171-174, 2017
2017
China’s outbound tourism growth brings new opportunities for destinations to connect with travellers
G Jing, A David
https://destinationthink.com/china-outbound-tourism-opportunities-destinations/, 2016
2016
4 ways Chinese DMOs use Weibo to humanize their brands
J Ge
https://destinationthink.com/4-ways-chinese-dmos-use-weibo-humanize-brands/, 2016
2016
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