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We especialize in Search Engine Marketing and we have performed a variety of SEO and SEM projects. We present you with some of work performances and cases of our clients.

Selvas AI Case Study

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British Council Case

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Banobagi Case Study

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StyleKorean Case Study

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Philips Case Study

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Saramin Case Study

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The articles below provide the insights required to improve your marketing outcomes on Asian Search Engines.

How to Do Coupang Ads

What is Coupang? Coupang is one of the biggest online marketplaces in South Korea. Founded in 2010 and previously considered a start-up, it is now worth over $9 Billion dollars, and it is also kn...

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How to Do Tiktok Marketing

In case that you are new to this platform, TikTok is a video-sharing social media app owned by Beijing-based tech company ByteDance. This social network allows users to create, edit and share short vi...

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Naver Knowledge Snippet

One of the characteristics that differentiate Naver from Google is the complexity of the SERP. While Google has a quite simple and minimal layout, Naver SERP is divided into different sections, such a...

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eCommerce Platforms in Korea

South Korea is famous for having one of the most advanced internet business environments in the world. In 2019 it was the sixth-largest market for eCommerce, with a revenue of $74 billion, placing it...

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Ranking in Naver View

Introduction to Naver View The VIEW search is a section showing the results of Naver Cafe, Naver Blog, and Naver Post (which are Naver properties). It shows a maximum of 10 results per keywo...

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Naver removes its “Rising search terms”

Naver, the preferred search engine for Korean internet users, has abolished its “real-time search” service on February the 25th. Since its first introduction in May 2005, this service has...

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