Everyone who has an idea always wants to sell their product online to reach the largest possible audience. I am writing this because it scares me to see how many E-commerce sites are out there which are not search engine and user friendly and which will struggle succeeding organically in many search engines as a…Details
During the recent National Day holiday in China, Sogou temporarily overtook Google for the first time in the China search market in terms of market share relating to search volume: According to CNZZ, a leading Chinese web analytics tool, Sogou had a market share of search of 5.55% on October 6th, while the share for…Details
Link building is one of the controversial topics today and there is no difference in Japan. With the integration of Yahoo Japan using Google’s algorithm, the focus on conducting SEO with Google’s algorithm in mind has never been greater. As we all know, quality incoming links from relevant sources are valued more highly by Google…Details
SEO is no longer a new term to Chinese online marketing practitioners like it was four or five years ago. Many companies have already been noticing the importance of SEO and started doing SEO. Although there is no huge change on the SEO theories for past few years, the search engine algorithm’s keep improving and…Details
To achieve higher rankings we all know that you need the best quality content and good quality in-coming links. If “Content is King”, then surely “Backlinks are Queen”. In terms of backlinking strategies, we also know that quality links coming from within a local market or country are potentially more valuable for SEO than having…Details
Despite its rather small size and population, South Korea is one of the most wired countries in the world and has a very big internet user population. Unlike many of the countries with big internet markets, the main Korean search engines are local platforms, Naver and Daum. Naver and Daum take up more than 90 percent share in the Korean search engine market. The world’s biggest and most renowned search engine, Google, only takes up about 2 percent of the market share.