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SDG SEO Offers a One-Stop Shop for SEO, Search Engine Marketing and Social Media Marketing

SINGAPORE, Feb. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SDG SEO is raising the bar for online marketing agencies, promising to subdue the unpredictable beast that is search engine ranking. While the company might be new in Singapore, the staff of dedicated professionals all cut their teeth in the US and Asia Pacific marketplace working on top-shelf search engine optimization (SEO) campaigns. The company offers the full complement of online marketing initiatives, along with an ironclad guarantee of success. Complete descriptions of all company services are available here: http://www.sdgseo.com/services.php.

SDG SEO has a four-step process that provides a rubric for meeting the needs of most, if not all clients. First, the company conducts a top-to-bottom needs assessment, taking into account the best sources of web traffic for each client. The next step involves keyword research and traffic analysis. In brief, traffic analysis creates a portrait of the average site visitor, quantifying where they come from and what they look at. These variables are instrumental in charting a path to sustained revenue growth and online visibility. Ignorance of customer habits, on the other hand, is a recipe for stagnation.

With a sound strategy in hand, SDG SEO works directly with client websites to implement both design and content renovations. These renovations leverage all available data to increase traffic and consequently boost sales. Meanwhile, link building and outreach marketing campaigns create new channels for potential customers to navigate to the site. SDG SEO manages both on-page and off-page SEO, something most competitors do not match.

"Businesses today rise or fall as a factor of their online visibility," said Muhammad Syed of SDG SEO. "Most web users are not going to look beyond the first page of search results, so ensuring good placement is absolutely critical to the bottom line. Not only that, a business must safeguard its reputation against negative impressions. At SDG SEO, we have worldwide experience in every aspect of digital branding and reputation management, along with the skills to move any company from the middle of the pack to the pole position."

SDG SEO has proven capable of working with businesses large and small. The company fosters a culture of innovation in which best practices never become stale. As such, among the company's core values is an openness to change, because the field of online marketing certainly never takes a rest. Recently, social signals, metrics and sophisticated analyses of "big data" have become the stock and trade of digital marketing gurus. SDG SEO has kept abreast of these developments, adapting those strategies that best serve the needs of the individual client. 

Ethics are also an integral part of company strategy: SDG SEO does not practice so-called "black hat" SEO strategies. All marketing initiatives comply with Google's Webmaster Guidelines.

About SDG SEO

SDG SEO is a Singapore-based search engine optimization agency that assists small, medium and large enterprises with everything needed to increase their online visibility. This is achieved primarily by improving a client's website rankings on search engine results pages. Through years of working side-by-side with the top SEO companies in the USA, SDG SEO has gained expertise and confidence with a wide variety of projects. Successful, profitable and efficient SEO strategies are at the core the company's business.

Contact:
Muhammad Syed
SDG STUDIOS PTE. LTD.
118, Joo Chiat Road, #04-03
Singapore 427407
(800) 852-3928
[email protected]

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