The Korea SEO Landscape
While the Korean internet environment is flourishing and relatively mature, Korean search culture and user patterns are drastically different from other markets, making it particularly difficult for global clients to target Korea’s online users.
Our approach gets your website found and drives more targeted traffic to your website via organic channels.
We have the language capabilities, cultural knowledge, and local market expertise to ensure your web properties receive the search engine visibility they deserve.
As an SEO agency, we can support your Korean SEO:
- Naver account and Webmaster Tools setup
- Naver Blog setup and content marketing
- Content creation
- Localized keyword research
- Naver Blog link outreach campaigns
- Analysis and reporting in English
Building your Best Strategy for SEO in Korea
The Korean market is dominated by local search platforms, with Naver far and away the market leader followed by Google. Daum, another local engine, is a not-so-close third.
Differing from major global search engines, Naver and Daum operate much more like a portal or a directory than a true search engine. Search results pages are long and comprehensive, including vertical search results, such as blogs and websites, in addition to web pages.
We understand the unique local search engine market in Korea and the dynamic nature of search engine results. We provide SEO solutions with the inner workings of Korean search engines and search users in mind, powering gradual improvements even in this extremely specialized market.
Most importantly, we have a team of native Korean specialists for localized research, content creation, and communication with local search engines.
Our native Korean language team is on-hand to assist you in creating the Naver- and Daum-based properties you require to be successful in Korea. These services are only supported in Korean, allowing us to bridge the language gap for you.
Digital Marketing across Asia
Each market in Asia comes with unique search engines, language challenges, and user habits. Navigating these environments requires local and digital expertise for strategies that convert.