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London, United Kingdom, 2006/08/06 - Farhad Divecha announces the launch of AccuraCast's Mobile Search Marketing services, including Mobile SEO and Mobile PPC advertising - AccuraCast.com.
Mobile search marketing is the next big thing in the field of Internet marketing. As the number of mobile Internet users grows steadily, and the metric shifts from early adapters to long-term users with spending power, more and more companies are realising that having a WAP friendly website could soon become a necessity.
AccuraCast aim to stay one step ahead of the market. This announcement should therefore not come as a surprise. When announcing the launch of their mobile search marketing services, Managing Director of AccuraCast, Farhad Divecha said, "providing mobile search marketing services will ensure that our clients stay ahead of their competition and continue to reach the widest possible target audience."
Considering the likelihood that the next dominant Internet platform will be mobile and handheld devices, the target audience for mobile search marketing promises to be a fast-growing number, providing a turning point and a new step towards marketing at any time in any place, irrespective of access to a desktop computer.
Farhad Divecha says that the current services offered will include mobile SEO and mobile pay per click advertising. This, however is set to change as the market evolves and newer, more targeted forms of advertising allow companies to market their products and services to vast numbers of customers at the right time and place.
• Spotlight on mobile Internet use
• Mobile search engine marketing
• Mobile website design
AccuraCast is London's leading search engine marketing agency, providing search engine optimisation, online advertising, email marketing and website development services to businesses throughout the UK and Europe. Based in North London, AccuraCast has successfully implemented bespoke search engine marketing campaigns for customers throughout the world, in more than 7 languages.