Inetasia Takes Off With Digital Marketing Deal With Novotel Suvarnabhumi
Bangkok, November 15th 2008
Inetasia has signed an agreement to provide its digital marketing services to Bangkok airport hotel Novotel Suvarnabhumi.
Inetasia's digital marketing division provides specialist search engine optimization and content syndication services to help secure higher search positions for targeted key phrases.
"We are delighted to extend our relationship with Accor for the launch of digital marketing services for the Novotel Suvarnabhumi in Bangkok," said Gregory Smyth, founder and CEO of Inetasia. "The travel and leisure industry is one of the key verticals Inetasia serves, as well a significant part of Thailand's economy."
Inetasia provides a complete end to end solution, starting with the analysis of a client's business requirements for online initiatives. The requirements are then matched to key metrics that the organization will use to measure ongoing performance and success. Inetasia then recommends the most appropriate level of customization and data collection to provide accurate and relevant reports for end users.
Inetasia targets placements in the top 30 positions on Google, Yahoo and MSN, which covers approximately 85% of web search traffic. The news-events uses safe "white hat" link-building, Web 2.0 and content syndication techniques to draw more high-quality traffic to client websites.
Inetasia provides a range of enterprise-level marketing solutions to help its clients consolidate, integrate and quantify online initiatives. Inetasia places a strong emphasis on the integration of solutions and detailed reporting for maximum return on investment. From the initial Design, Campaign Optimization and Management, through Search Engine Optimization, Internet Marketing, Ad Serving to Web Analytics and Multivariate Testing; Inetasia provides the tools and expertise to help its clients succeed online.
Inetasia's flagship clients include major local and multinational corporations such as HSBC, Visa, Deutsche Bank, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Bangkok Hospital, Accor Asia Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, Hong Kong Tourism Board, SmarTone-Vodafone, SingTel, Orient Overseas Container Line, and Maxis Communications.
For more information, please contact Gregory Smyth, CEO