A list of possible vertical markets

Academics Accountants Advertising and Marketing Agencies Advertising, Media & Marketing Architects Architecture Associations Auditors Training Organisations Banking Finance Insurance Beauty Salons, Nail Salons and Make Up Artists Bottle Shops and Liquor Retailers Builders – Residential and Commercial Building & Construction Industry Sales Organisations CEO’s and Managing Directors Childcare Centres Cleaning Industry Confectionery Retailers Construction Industry …

The best Sydney marketing blogs

We aim to become the best marketing blog in Sydney, well we think so anyway. Nearly two years ago we wrote a post about the best marketing blogs in Sydney, and we included some 36 blogs that were active and posting interesting content. Sadly, we could now only find 10 of those original websites that are still blogging …

What is Optimum Keyword Density?

We have three quick tips for those that worry about keyword density: Write naturally first, if your copy is not readable, it will not convert, voiding the point for SEO in the first place Be consistent. If you are talking about “pressure washing” don’t talk about “professional cleaning” more than the target keyword (although don’t …

How could you beat Google at its own game?

More local focus; naver.com is the king is S. Korea, Yandex is the leader in Russia, Baidu is the clear leader in China. Local language content: Google does appear to have comparable collections of sites not in the English language. This is one of the main reasons it can not compete with Yandex. Vertical search engines (or …

iPhone Market Penetration

Some random stats on iPhone market penetration. Mobile Internet usage in Oceania grew 6x since 2008 Australians prefer iPhones. Apple is the most popular mobile device Manufacturer by far in Oceania, with 81% share. In comparison Apple holds 30% of the share globally.  Apple’s iOS occupies 91% of all mobile Internet device operating systems in  Australia. …