As a business owner or GM of a company, you’d no doubt have come across your fair share of digital sales proposals. Selling advertising on websites and networks is one of the most lucrative forms of business in today’s internet world.
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A client of mine was recently approached by ESPN. They wanted a meeting to see if my client would be interested in digital advertising on their network. In your role as a business owner or marketing manager, you were surely approached for similar things before. Think back to how things progressed from there.
Singaporean businesses are paying up to $5000 extra to design their company websites. That’s $5000 wasted on things you don’t need. Now, many of you would ask “How much should I pay for a website?” But perhaps, a more helpful question will be “What should I pay for in a website?”
Stuck with a shady digital marketing agency in Singapore? Businesses are heavily invested in digital marketing today. But in Singapore, many SMEs and start-ups don’t have the capacity for an in-house digital marketing team. Are you also a local business that outsources to a digital marketing agency in Singapore?
Most Singapore companies now include free SEO in their web design packages. It sounds like a good deal. Others pay $2,000/month to an SEO company, but you get it FREE. You went ahead with your web design package anyway. Shortly after, your beautiful new website went Live. Your web design agency then showed proof of you being SEOed for Google sea...
You hired a web design agency in Singapore. You then experienced delays in your website design and delivery date. When your website finally went Live, you spotted errors on it. You contact your web designer about the issues and was given some confusing technical reason you didn’t understand. You are new to technology so you accepted the explanat...
I often get asked by business owners why their websites don’t bring more sales. And usually, the first thing they do is blame the marketing team for doing a bad job. That might not always be true. Let’s compare your online website to a Starbucks along Orchard Road.