Google premiered a number of new sites today, including several ventures in Chinese and a new click fraud resource center.
We mentioned last week that Google was planning to increase its stake in China. This week, they’ve already premiered several Chinese ventures including social networking and blog search.
Google announced today that they’ve acquired a stake in Tianya.cn, a Chinese social networking site, as reported by Reuters. While their last social networking venture failed just about everywhere except Brazil, Google’s foray into China’s social networking scene may or may not impact their 22.8% market share, a distant second to dominant Chinese search engine Baidu (58.1% market share).