SEO & SEM Archive

David Henriques

From the printing press to digital ads, advertising has changed with the times especially when marketing to China. Advertisement spending will continue to increase as the middle classes’ purchasing habits continue to fuel the market, but many foreign companies often fail to understand that the digital advertisement industry in China differs from the West. When advertising your business to the Chinese market, there are three important factors to remember: the digital landscape is fragmented, China is dominated by mobile, and Chinese consumers change quickly.…

David Henriques
Chinese Search Engine

Search Engine Marketing aka SEM is widely applied as marketing method over Search Engine. It is one of the most effective ways to attract new customers in an increasingly competitive marketplace. With millions of brands out there all scrambling for the most effective marketing strategy, it’s never been more important to advertise efficiently online. Unlike the rest of the world where Google is the dominant force in search, the Chinese Search Engine market is constantly changing.…

David Henriques
Sogou

Web traffic is not, as many brands often assume, a simple vanity metric.

Rather, it’s understanding how to convert those numbers into conversions.

Learning how to effectively drive traffic to connect with Chinese consumers can boost your sales exponentially.

With China’s internet population now exceeding 800 million and over 60% of online shoppers researching products online before making a purchase, search engine marketing is one of the most important marketing channels to gain brand awareness in China.…

David Henriques

WeChat Marketing is a critical marketing tool for any brand in China and has developed into an industry in its own right. One of the most striking features of WeChat is how dynamic and engaging it can be for branding especially with the addition of its search function.

For brands entering the Chinese market, effective SEO on this platform can be a key element for generating a buzz for your brand, increasing traffic to your website and attracting new customers.…

David Henriques
mobile-gaming-marketing

Across mobile and PC games, China is the largest and most lucrative gaming market on the planet, with an annual value of $29 billion. In 2016, mobile gaming alone accounted for 53% of total gaming revenue – reaching $14.6 billion. China is a mobile-first country with cheap, high performing mobile phones, which creates endless opportunities in the gaming market.…

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baidu seo

For a while, many search marketers were wary of investing in Baidu search. Ranking organically was seen as a difficult task, especially among the plethora of ads littering the SERPs. With new laws and regulations put in place last year, 2016 was seen as a “coming of age” for Baidu. So with that said, here’s why you should invest in Baidu for the remainder of this year and the future!…

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machine learning and seo

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve surely heard about machine learning over the past couple years. At its core, machine learning allows computers to continuously learn without needing to be reprogramed; they evolve and change with the data they process.

While you may not realize it, machine learning is present all around you. Everything from those targeted ads you’ll see online to the movies Netflix suggests you is based partially on machine learning.

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Baidu SEO

As you probably know, the majority of SEO campaigns tend to revolve around the Google algorithm. While most search engines follow in Google’s footsteps algorithm and update-wise, Baidu however, does not. With 80% of searches made in China being through Baidu, it’s not only a force to be reckoned with, ignoring it as a major player would be a huge mistake.…

Stefan Kingham
google adwords spending 2017

Granted, the title might surprise you. Rest assured though, we certainly don’t mean to question the power of Google Adwords!

What we’re really asking is “how much money is Google Adwords making on an annual basis and who’s contributing to that PPC revenue?”

To get straight to the point, revenues generated on Google Adwords accounted for 97% of Google’s overall income in 2015.