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.
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In our Asian society, brand trust plays a huge role in successful sales. As I’ve mentioned before, it’s impossible to tell who’s good and who’s not if you lack expert domain knowledge.
Recently, a few different friends got featured in the local press. Shortly afterwards, I’d get an SMS or Facebook message from them asking for my opinion. “Hey Nate, I just got covered on Straits Times, but results were not what I expected. Can you help me analyze it?”
It’s been awhile since my last post, and this one’s going to be a little different. It’s less for business owners and more for the aspiring marketer. Despite my posts being written for fellow business owners, I do notice a group of interested readers from the marketing industry. One recurring question I get is “How can I get good at digital mark...
With the economy not looking good for 2016-2017, I’m noticing changing trend in the inquiries I get. 2015 – “Nate, we have plans to expand the business. Help us formulate a plan to dominate the industry!”
Doctors in Singapore will agree that medical marketing and clinic SEO is tough. “How can I do clinic digital marketing or medical SEO without risking my doctor’s license?” Here’s a breakdown of why advertising for healthcare is so tough.