SEO For Dentists In Hong Kong

Doing SEO for a Dentist in Hong Kong is the same as it would be for a law firm, or in fact, pretty much any business. The principles will all be the same: the difference lies in the quantity and type of SEO Services that you’d throw into the mix. Dental SEO is the process … Read more

15 Steps To Rank Your Website In Hong Kong

SEO (or “Search Engine Optimization”) influences how high a website ranks in search engines such as Google, Bing, Baidu, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, etc. In this pillar piece of content, I’ll be sharing some ideas and ways to get your website in Hong Kong to the top of the search for your keywords. It doesn’t matter what … Read more

SEO For Law Firms in Hong Kong

Law Firm Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in Hong Kong would involve strategies, techniques, and tactics that help attract more prospective clients to a law firm’s website by obtaining first-page ranking positions in search engines (such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, or Baidu if you also have offices in mainland China). Do Law Firms in Hong Kong … Read more

SEO: Make Use Of The “WayBack Archive”

Did you realize that Facebook was originally known as ‘The Facebook,’ that Twitter was written ‘twttr,’ and that YouTube began as a dating service? Incidentally – on the subject of Twitter, we have an account so go follow us! Did you know that typing “relentless.com” into your browser would take you to Amazon? What Am … Read more

Hong Kong Newsstand Hack

This growth hack is entirely reliant on whether or not your city has a newspaper stand. Newspaper stands, or ‘kiosks,’ can be found in New York, Rome, London, and Hong Kong, four cities I am familiar with. Newsstand owners make money by collecting commissions on newspaper and magazine purchases, as well as selling confectionery, cigarettes, … Read more

Why Your Business Card Needs A QR Code

The practice of swapping business cards is one of the oldest and most activities common in business. In Hong Kong the practice is extremely common. In fact, in all the cities I’ve ever lived in, I see more people exchanging business cards in Hong Kong than anywhere else; I’d say that Tokyo was second-place. Let’s admit … Read more