Web marketing services
and SEO in Russia
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Phone:  +7 985 723 98 25

Web marketing services in Russia

Aminta - web marketing company focused on growing travel market in Russia.

It develops and manages such popular web projects as:

  • Airlines Inform (the most popular air travellers' web site in Russia),

  • Fly Low Cost (narrow focused site devoted to LCC market in Russia),

  • ViaVista (online travel agency),

  • Sapsan (site about first Russian high-speed train),

  • InetShopper (Russian online store directory),

  • Miniliner (online store selling scale airplane models).

Aminta web marketing company offers Internet marketing services on the Russian market. It can promote corporate sites, develop online businesses and attract new clients.

Internet marketing services on the Russian market

1. Website Translation Service

Aminta will translate the content of your site into Russian and will support further changes. Be sure the content will sound Russian and have an appropriate terminology. Performing special texts for Russian pages can also be developed.

2. Search Engine Optimization Service

Aminta will research market and implement successful search engine optimization campaign for your Russian-language website. This campaign will include benchmarking, keyphrase selection, copywriting, link building and competitor monitoring.

3. Internet Marketing Campaign Management

Aminta will develop and implement the complex Russian-oriented internet marketing campaign of your company. This will include:

•  Web Advertising (contextual advertising via Google AdSence and Russian programs Yandex.Direct and Begun, banner advertising in popular touristic and business web resources).

•  Online PR (online press releases and direct mailing).

•  Social Media Promotion (promoting your web site on popular forums, social networks and in Russian blogosphere).

Contact us for further details:

Alexey Marchukov


Phone: +7 985 723 9825

Aminta official web site

Aminta web marketing services and search engine optimization in Russia