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Search engine marketing and search engine optimization are critically important to online businesses. You can spend every penny you have on a website, but it will all be for nothing if nobody knows your site is there.

 

— Marc Ostrofsky, venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and best-selling author

While it might be enough for most small business ventures to have a website and some social media channels, it is the combination of SEO and Content Development that gives any brand that extra push.

A good SEO strategy and a good content strategy work together to make your online business successful.

A properly-implemented SEO and Content Development strategy works wonders for any business. Still a lot more cost-friendly than traditional TV, radio, or print ads, this deadly combination allows your brand to be discovered by a lot more by your target market.

Talk to our Team DHQ today about your SEO and Content Development requirements, and let’s discuss on how we can fully maximize their potential in your overall online strategy.

SEO for SME's

Our search engine optimization packages already come with original content creation, as well as analytics and reporting, consultations, and online strategy development.

Additional Digital Marketing

Beef up your SEO efforts with additional content creation options, or with online advertising, social media management, or any of our other digital marketing solutions.

Growth Hack Packages

When you want to scale up your business real quick: our premium package covers everything from SEO, to advanced content creation, social media, PPC campaigns, and media outreach, among other tactics.

Domain names and websites are Internet real estate.

— Marc Ostrofsky, venture capitalist, entrepreneur & best-selling author

10 Things Your Website Should Do For You

Your website is a very powerful tool, and whether you’re building a brand or building a business, there are a number of key advantages just by having a website. Here are 10 things your website can do for you:

1. Create an online presence.
2. Help build trust.
3. Get listed on search engines.
4. Allow customers to contact you 24/7.
5. Leverage social networks.
6. Sell products and services.
7. Share your expertise.
8. Establish authority.
9. Connect with your customers.
10. Allow for customer convenience.

Booking.com started with just a website, but we’ve always thought of our company as being more than just a website.

— Gillian Tans, CEO of Booking.com

Common Concerns When Building a Website

Having been in the business of building business websites for small- to medium-sized enterprises, we’d like to think we’ve done a good job in educating our market. That said, here are three common concerns when setting up a new website.

1. Cost

While there is an up-front fee to design your website, the maintenance costs can be rather minimal. Considering the long-term benefits a website will provide, the investment in developing your business website should be well worth it.

2. Going Online

Even if you don’t sell your goods or services online, your website provides a great number of benefits and advantages to you (see above). Establishing trust, strengthening your brand, forging better customer relations, are just some of the reasons why you should have your own website.

3. Content and Updates

You won’t be needing a lot of content to have a website. Of course, while investing more time and effort into developing content for your site is a different game altogether, merely having an online presence is still better than none. Besides, you can decide to scale up even a most basic website later, as your business and resources grow.

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