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What is Marketing In Asia?

Marketing In Asia is a content-sharing platform that makes it easy to enjoy articles, infographics, podcasts, slides and videos online. In simpler words, if YouTube is a service of displaying videos made by the creators who own the copyrights then Marketing In Asia is a service of displaying content made by the creators who own them. We do not own the copyrights and never claim those are ours. So start uploading your content today and get Asia to notice you.

Marketing In Asia vs other platforms, what is the difference?

There aren’t many content-sharing platforms out there that prioritise Asian content creators when it comes to content distribution. There are some, but all of them are Western countries based, promoting western values. Most traffic comes from there too, making them somewhat irrelevant to you if you wish to monetise it. The only option Asian content creators have is social media and occasionally doing a guest blogging gig. Yet they didn’t realise that social media is a pay-to-play platform and they provide nothing but a synthetic fame.

Here at Marketing In Asia, we’ve built is a platform around purpose. Your purpose. Asia-based content creators are free to upload their thoughts, ideas, reports, stories, anything. And almost all of them are tailored towards the Asian culture. There are a huge number of stories everyone can learn from, right here. You may bring home those, learn from them, then go out there to make a positive impact. We partner coaches, marketers, freelancers, lawyers, universities and many others to united all our content on purpose to change the world for the better. For you.

Why does Marketing In Asia exist?

To give Asian people and brands a voice.

Why is Marketing In Asia confident that you can bring traffic to my website or social media via submitted articles?

When you upload your article on this platform, one important thing you must do is to share your content with your friends once they are displayed. Be it online or instant messaging such as WhatsApp, Telegram, Viber, Line, WeChat et al. Why? Because we want them to read your thoughts here in Marketing In Asia. They might love it and click Like on the posting. Once this is done, the reach of your article will go further. If their friends were to do the same, the reach of your posting will be stretched – big time. The readership will go up further, organically. This is how we pool people together.

We want to secure as many active readers and content creators as possible to upload their content regularly. Imagine each of us has a minimum of 3,000 friends followers on Facebook for example and some of them click Like. Imagine the impressions and reaches the posting is going to make. Imagine it happens on LinkedIn and Twitter too. Do the math. Now that’s a powerful leverage right there.

What are you guys up to lately?

We are looking for more content creators across Asia who are regularly producing content in English, Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia and Tagalog, to upload them here on Marketing In Asia. It doesn’t matter whether you’re based in the Middle East, Central Asia, South, ASEAN countries, or even North Asia, as long as you’re based in Asia, we want your content. Upload them right up here.

Is Marketing In Asia available across Asia?

We are 100 percent digital, so the platform is pretty much accessible globally, not just Asia. All our content is personalised to Asia and we have a strong community in 14 countries now, and they are Singapore, Malaysia, Mongolia, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand. Our objective is to deeply penetrate Asian readers covering the Middle-East, South and Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the Pacific and North Asia by end-2021.

Who are your visitors?

Most of them are marketers, bloggers, gamers, regional media communities and agencies, B2B professionals, C-suites, academia and general public. Not to mention, our competitors too.

Why should I upload my content on Marketing In Asia?

Here’s why.

You Do Not Actually Own A Website. You just know how to write well, keen to be ranked highly on Google and build credibility. The thing is, you do not have the resources or intention to spend thousands of dollars to own a website, purchase a domain and a hosting, a theme for it, annual maintenance and spare more money to bring traffic over to your website just for you to put up your articles. We will do all those for you, here on Marketing In Asia. It’s free if you sign up as an individual content creator.

You Wish To Be Ranked Higher and Quickly. Working in silos won’t create a better result when it comes to Google ranking and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). The best is to work as a team. In Marketing In Asia, we have hundreds of content creators who upload and park their content here on the daily basis. Those content will rank better than the same content parked within their own website. One reason is because of consistency. Marketing In Asia is consistently update its content, on a daily basis. There are many other reasons too. So, while you display your content on your website, blog and social media, park your content here regularly and watch them being ranked on Google. You will notice that people will find you easier on Google through your content through Marketing In Asia.

Your Website Is Boring. LinkedIn, Medium and SubStack Aren’t Helping Too. You own a website but it is pretty much stagnant right now despite producing masterpieces after masterpieces every week. Sadly there’s no traffic. You then decided to upload them on LinkedIn, Medium and SubStack. The situation remains the same, no traffic either. Why? Because these platforms aren’t sharing your stuff, it’s just you who are doing it. We’re not like them. Here at Marketing In Asia, we will share your content via our social media channels with all our readers across Asia.

Off-Page SEO via Backlinks. Building backlinks in your content to swing as much traffic as possible from Marketing In Asia back to your website will definitely help improve your authority in the eyes of search engines especially Google. You should know this. There are many brands doing the same, your brand should too. If you are not aware of what backlink is, Google it. To sign up as a brand content creator and upload content here, the fee is only US$50 per year.

What does it take to be a content creator here?

You need to have these three things to qualify. One, you must be very good at what you do. Two, you must be a good storyteller. And three, you need to upload at least one content every month. Just one.

To upload content as an individual content creator is free. Should you decide to upload content on Marketing In Asia as a brand, this is chargeable. The fee is only US$50 annually.

Who owns the copyright of the submitted content?

You are. If you start uploading various content such as articles, infographics, slides, videos and podcasts on Marketing In Asia, you own the copyrights. Marketing In Asia is just a service that will display and distribute your copyrighted content. We have no claim on your content. Marketing In Asia is not a publisher nor is claiming to own your content.

Am I getting paid for uploading my content?

Yes, subject to your content’s performance in terms of Google ranking and views. You will be notified via email about it once happened, don’t worry. The payout starts from US$12.50 onwards.

What about the topics?

For Marketing, you may upload content related to social media, search engine optimisation, search engine marketing, blogging, website, paid ads, analytics, digital marketing in general, traditional marketing, public or media relations, influencer marketing and so on. For non-Marketing, you can write stuff about entrepreneurship, life, freelancers, tech, finance, sales, career, men, women, dating, economy, sexuality, human capital, environment, anything.

Backlinks, are they allowed?

Only two [2] backlinks are allowed within each uploaded content. There shall be another two [2] backlinks to be made available on your profile. If you require more backlinks for your uploaded content, or in other people’s content, each additional backlink is priced at US$25. You may ask for a quotation here.

How do I upload my content?

You may upload your content here. Before uploading anything, you need to prepare 1-2 introduction paragraphs explaining the nature of your content. At least the visitors can have a go at it before they dive into it.

To upload a presentation slide on Marketing In Asia, you need to have the content in a pdf format first. If you’re going to upload a video, you need to upload it into YouTube first, then grab the URL from there and paste it into the form provided on Marketing In Asia.

To upload a podcast, you need to upload your podcast into any podcast platform you like however that platform must be accessible via Spotify. This is because we can only display podcasts that have a Spotify url.

For articles, this is quite straight-forward. Simply upload it into the form provided in MS Word or pdf format. Finally for infographics, you can upload it using an image or pdf format.

What will happen after I upload my content?

Once the content is uploaded via the form, our Editorial Team will take a look at them. They will then review everything from your grammar and spelling to images and story flow just to make sure everything is cool. Once all the checking works are done, expect your piece to be published in the next 48 hours. You’ll be notified via email once it is out. Content that is not well written, lacks qualities, too general and doesn’t benefit Asian people will be declined.

How to know the timing you’re going to publish my content?

Your piece will be published within the next 48 hours subjected to our Editorial Team’s approval. You’ll be notified via email, don’t worry.

Why my uploaded content doesn’t appear on Marketing In Asia?

If you’re not able to see your content published on Marketing In Asia after 48 hours, it means that your content is declined. Here are the top reasons why the content uploaded is declined.

One, you didn’t upload the right information for us to create your profile. Some are uploading a fake name and picture. Putting a company logo as your profile’s picture is a no-no. Two, your videos, slides, infographics and/or podcasts uploaded didn’t have an introduction paragraph. Three, your content isn’t beneficial to Asian people. Four, you didn’t upload the images separately in a png, jpg or jpeg format. Five, your content is hard selling. This should be under MIA Deals and is under the premium segment. And six, your uploaded content is not displayed worthy. There’s no quality in your content.

How to promote my brand in Marketing In Asia?

First of all, we don’t have native ads. And there are minimal ad slots here. Instead, there are a few unique ways you can promote your brand on Marketing In Asia. They work better than ads, seriously.

Become A Content Creator As A Brand. We highly recommend this. We allow brands to become content creators on this platform for only US$50 annually. Sign up here. However, if you decide to upload content as an individual, it’s free.

Get a Channel. If you are a content creator and likely to upload more than 2 content a month, you can own a channel here in this platform for a small fee. It can be under your name or your brand’s. Via Channels, it will help to further expose you to the readers. For Channels, the fee is US$50 per month. Sign up here.

Sponsored Articles, Slides, Videos, Podcasts or Infographics via MIA Deals. This is similar to ads, but less offensive and long-form in nature. In other words, we recommend you to write the sponsored content like a story. You need to give away some information first such as ideas, trends, insights or opinions before you sell something or get them to contact you. Normally the selling part is positioned towards the end of the content shared. Unlimited backlinks are allowed. This is what we mean by less offensive – selling by not selling. The fee is US$50 per content. Sponsored content will be published at the MIA Deals section. Register here

Recommended. Marketing In Asia will make a recommendation to all readers to have a go at your content. We will park it at the Recommended menu available and only selected ones will be here. This will create better opportunities for your content to be found on this platform. The fee is only US$50 per content.

Get Featured on Talking Pod or Meet A Personality. You may also submit your interest to be featured on these segments. The fee is US$90 per interview. Register here

External Backlinks. Marketing In Asia allows external backlinks to be inserted into content available in the platform, for a fee. You may have it for only US$25 per backlink. Let us know here

Additional Backlinks. Marketing In Asia allows a maximum two backlinks only within each and every content, for free. Should you feel that you require more backlinks inside your content, you may purchase it for only US$25 per backlink. Let us know here

For more details on the above rates, read and download our Advertorial or Sponsored Editorial rates below.


If you’re cool with the rates and wish to proceed, please fill up this form here, then a formal quotation will be generated. We shall then take it from there.

What do you mean by content?

It refers to articles, infographics, podcasts, slides and videos. We accept all of them. You can upload all these content on Marketing In Asia regularly.

What brands have you worked with before?

Epic Games, Spotify, CNN, Google, Waze, YouTube, Microsoft, CNBC, Verizon Media, Hard Rock, Oracle, Xaxis, PR Newswire, Cannes Lions, Yahoo!, Cognizant, Mastercard, Adobe, GroupM, Bloomberg, The Economist, Hootsuite, 90 Seconds, Nikkei Asian Review, Turner Media, 123RF, Accenture, Eventbrite, Reuters to name a few. We are working with analytics companies too, namely ADA, App Annie, Socialbakers, Meltwater, Brandwatch and iPrice.

Do you accept press releases?

Yes we do, with a little caveat though. We only accept press releases that are beneficial to Asian people. You may upload them here. Kindly accompany the press release with some pics please, in high-res. Don’t worry, it’s free of charge. And we allow 2 backlinks only. If you need more, let us know. FYI, press releases are information by nature. Any hard selling will be deleted.

Can I propose myself, my CEO or someone worthy for your Get To Know or Meet A Personality interview?

Yeah, sure. Do notify us here please.

Are you on social media?

What kind of question is this? Of course we are. You may connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

What’s your statistic like?

Let us be very clear on one thing. We are a young platform. Despite that if you try to search for something that has ‘Marketing’ and ‘Asia’ keywords in it, obviously you will find us right at the top of Google Search’s first page. That’s authority right there, and we are very good at building one.

Here are our stats as of February 1, 2021.

Our global internet ranking based on Alexa is now at 245K. Our monthly impression across the internet is at 700K that translate into 21K visitors with more than 34K page views in total, for now. These numbers are increasing rapidly each month in parallel with the growth of our personalised content.

Check out also our social media stats. On LinkedIn, our monthly impression on average is at 9.7K. On Twitter, the impression is getting better by the day, which is now at 13K. Facebook is the only social media platform that is not friendly when it comes to organic. Since we aren’t a fan of paid ads, at the moment our stats on the monthly post reach is at 29.1K with 3,100 organic followers.

Hang on, where is your location?

Oh, that. If you must know, for now we have been running this platform virtually from Kuala Lumpur, Manila and Singapore since December 1, 2018. Our company, nevertheless, is legitimate. We are a registered entity in Malaysia, governed by the Companies Commission of Malaysia. In fact, our virtual office is in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We are moving out of Malaysia soon, at the moment we are considering a new location for our headquarters. Soon!

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