Are Backlinks Bad for My Hong Kong Website?

Google isn't very democratic. Everybody gets a vote but some votes count more than others. A Hong Kong client wrote to ask me if backlinks were bad for his website. The email was out of the blue and unexpected.  The client is a topic expert who knows his own field,...

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Black is the new Black

Black is the new Black Or how your website could be unreadable, and you would not know. What would you say if I told you that your website might look completely blank to some of your visitors? Depending upon your design choices, and the screen size, position, and...

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5 Basic SEO Tips for Your Website

More and more businesses are becoming aware of the importance of search engine optimisation, or SEO. There is a lot of unclear information online, however, and without a lot of SEO experience or high-level consulting, it can be hard to determine what is worth...

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Internet Marketing Tactics That Work In 2017

Last year, internet marketing has made great strides with phenomenal success, but it is still evolving. If you are looking to construct a better plan, it is never too late to start anew. As the industry flourishes, the competition increases; in order to reach success,...

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2 Myths about SEO in 2017

For some reason a lot of myths build up around SEO, perhaps because of the power that it can bring and perhaps because it seems so random, somewhere between an act of nature and a drunk evil spirit! Lets get rid of some of those myths that are trying to take hold in...

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Mobile Ready

Are you mobile ready? Even the MTR says “Don’t keep your eyes only on your mobile phone”, but Hong Kongers are harder to tear away from the little screen. So your online presence, from websites to logos, from shopping carts to infographics have to allow for this reality.

From 2012 to 2014 Mobile usage in Hong Kong for English language speakers went up 92%.

By July 2017 more people in Hong Kong will access your website on their phone, than on a PC. And that’s not even counting tablets, phablets, slates and other mid-sized portable devices.