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Get SEO Experts in Dubai that Prefer Quality over Quantity

February 25, 2009

The real nick on UAE Community Bloggers was contemptuous about Emaar Properties’ decision to bring out a book on the world’s tallest tower- the Burj Dubai. This would seem like an inane stand to take if said book was not purported to be the largest book in the world! 

Looking beyond his rant, there is a world of truth in this one requirement, more so when there is any kind of online marketing solution involved.

Go for Quality not Quantity

Dubai is quite notorious for making and breaking international records and it is not hard to wonder where all the money that Dubai rakes in, goes.

Thankfully, our emirate is showing signs of pausing for a breather, what with all the suspensions in construction projects and dropping of fantastical plans. 

While some might agree that quality goes hand-in-hand with high costs, our SEO company in Dubai would like to differ. 

You can have a wonderfully designed website or a well-optimized website for a completely reasonable price. Here’s a short list of things you might want to pay attention to when you hire a professional online marketing company

  1. Are they situated in your region? – SEM services in Dubai can have a more emphatic grasp of the local mindset than say, someone based in the UK
  2. Do they have a diverse portfolio? – SEO experts in Dubai that can handle work for different sectors have a wider knowledge of optimization processes than a focused firm
  3. Do they have verifiable references? – as a businessman you would naturally want assurance of your investment
  4. Do they make tall claims? – there is absolutely no point hiring a search engine promotion service that does not provide any metrics for their success 

A web marketing service priced expensively need not mean it is one of the best. 

Image Credited to Gaetan Lee

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 12, 2009 7:09 pm

    Very nice post, thanks!!!

  2. March 13, 2009 5:34 am

    Thank you. I visited your site, but I’m afraid I didn’t really understand what it was about. Would love it if you enlightened me.

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