7 STRATEGIES TO INCREASE BRAND VISIBILITY

MAREEN | May 6, 2019

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Every brand out there is trying hard to get itself noticed and grab the attention of a potential customer by employing unique SEO tactics. With the rampant use of digital platforms working on seamless integration globally, it has become the need of the hour to get your brand right up there … in the front … on the face. And making it stand out from the clutter, doesn’t come easy. In the B2B space, brands have to be more impactful in spelling out the reason for its existence. Some of the most important points to remember while charting out a marketing and promotional plan for your brand’s increased visibility are listed below.

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flynas, the national carrier and first Saudi Arabian low cost airline, Middle East Leading Low-Cost Arline at World "Travel Awards" 2015. flynas was launched in 2007 with 20 aircraft flying to 30 domestic and international destinations. The airline’s strong growth is demonstrated by the fact that today flynas operates more than 950 flights per week on 88 domestic and international routes. In total, flynas has carried more than 12 million passengers on 110,000 flights, with the highest rate of growth occurring between 1st January 2012 and 30th September 2013 when flynas transported over 5.5 million passengers.

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