Childcare Centre Gets the Boost It Needs Through Online and Offline Campaigns

Ang Mo Kio, Singapore, August 9, 2019 - A childcare centre in Yishun has gotten the much-needed boost in terms of promotion with the help of a Singaporean flyer distribution and digital ad company based in Ang

Singapore, Singapore - August 14, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Childcare Centre Gets the Boost It Needs Through Online and Offline Campaigns

Ang Mo Kio, Singapore, August 9, 2019 - A childcare centre in Yishun has gotten the much-needed boost in terms of promotion with the help of a Singaporean flyer distribution and digital ad company based in Ang Mo Kio.

Appletree Playhouse, a childcare centre that provides daycare services to children as young as 18 months, has sought the help of Alibaba Printing in getting promotion through distribution of physical and digital flyers. Apart from that, the flyer company has also provided on-page optimization and social media marketing of the daycare centre’s official website, appletreeplayhouse.com.

The initial outcome of the online and offline ad campaigns are surprisingly positive, said an insider. “It was an unexpected boost, especially with the online following. Because of it, the childcare centre has gained a lot of social media following, not to mention the visits they generate through the search engine results page.

Alibaba Printing is one of the most popular digital ad companies in Singapore that deals with flyer printing and distribution, as well as printing of tickets, vouchers, receipts, business cards, paper bags, and more. It is also becoming known for its search engine optimization services, as well as social media marketing services. You may check out one of its recent website optimization projects here.

For more information about the company, please call their telephone number, 9146 1431 or visit their office at Link @ Amk, 3 Ang Mo Kio Street 62, 02-02, 569139.

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Organization: Flyer distribution Sg - Alibaba Printing
Address: Link@Amk, 3 Ang Mo Kio Street 62, 02-02, 569139
Phone: 9146 1431
Website: http://alibabaprinting.sg/

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