/google-seoAs everyone will know by now, SEO is a long-term play. Unfortunately, this also means you’d have to pay monthly SEO fees for 6 to 12 months before your website gets into Page 1. 24 months X $800 (average cost for solid SEO) = $19,200. That’s not something small businesses can readily invest.
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70% of companies planned to increase their digital marketing spend in 2015-2016. 78% of companies now have some form of social media. And why not? According to a report by ST, Singaporeans spend at least 3 hours on their phones daily, with 71% checking social networks at least once per day.
Throughout the course of my work, I’ve had the privilege to access confidential financial data of SMEs from various industries. One trend I’ve noticed is that the young entrepreneurs who approach me do NOT come from industries that really make money. This is really interesting. Why?
Clients often ask me, “Nate, should I hire a social media agency to do Facebook?” It’s no doubt social media marketing is on the rise across the world. Singapore is slow to pick up on this trend so it’s only in recent years that it’s caught fire.
Finding a cheap SEO company in Singapore - The cost an SEO company in Singapore charges is like a puzzle box. You never know how much they will charge you. You can get a professional SEO company quoting you a $400/month, while there’s asking for $4,000/month.
Many modern SMEs here want to try SEO. The first thing they do is go out and hire an SEO agency in Singapore. That’s not always the best choice, as some businesses don’t even need SEO. Nonetheless, assuming your business needs SEO, do you know that hiring an SEO agency in Singapore has its own dangers? Learn these 3 before you hire an SEO agency...
This article is specifically written for small business owners, struggling businesses, startups and new property agents. I recently had a casual conversation with my brother-in-law over Christmas dinner. He held a rather high position in a bank handling digital-based initiatives.