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Understanding the Mobile Search-and-Shop Behavior in Malaysia
This week, we will take a look at a survey conducted in Malaysia recently as a collaboration between Google and Intuit Research. If you’re the owner of a brick and mortar business, you’ve probably always wondered what happens after someone searches for and reviews your product on his/her mobile phone. Well we’ll try to answer that!

Searches on Smartphones Generate Sales
More than half of all Malaysians own a smartphone. On average, Malaysians online make about 3.3 searches a day, for a variety of reasons. 50% of these searches are made with the intent of making a decision on a future purchase.

Decision-oriented searches significantly encourage Malaysians to complete further commercial actions. Food and beverage outlets who can get their search results seen and read increase the probability of patronage by 2X. Customers are 58% more likely to visit and buy something from a store after searching and reviewing.

But Stores Have to Showcase their Offering When Searches Happen... Immediately
76% of purchases happen within 5 hours of a mobile search, highlighting the importance for stores to show their offering as and when customers are searching for them. Furthermore, if stores can show their physical locations through location extensions immediately as a search result, they stand a good chance of attracting a new customer! 

More on location extensions here:
http://adwords.blogspot.com/2014/07/a-simpler-way-to-manage-your-business.html
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Amazing colours used to perfectly present the mood of the movie.

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"Starbucks, instead of simplistic, corporate-sounding slogans like Race Together, why not go right to the heart of the issue."
Starbucks needs Chipotle's food-for-thought recipe: honest storytelling on cups and bags — and nothing more
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#LFC have today confirmed a return to Malaysia for a friendly in Kuala Lumpur in July as part of the 2015 #LFCTourhttp://lfc.tv/ANzA
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Keep important conversations from turning into fights.
Difficult conversations--whether with friends, family, or spouses--are hard enough without one wrong step turning them into a full-blown fight. Here are four ways to ensure you keep them productive and not explosive.
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An interesting question. Is negative buzz good for your marketing?
 
Twitter campaign by Penguin designed to celebrate #YourMum prompts predictable responses: http://bbc.in/1Mtv0Ql
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I'm not surprised that Singapore tops the list.
 
Where are the best places to do business in the world? In general, the rich world shoulders the lightest regulatory burden, but it is Singapore where business is easiest: new companies can be formed in just two and a half days #econarchive (2013) http://econ.st/1CxaQCa
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A good lesson in moral licencing.
 
Recent studies suggest that when people feel good about themselves, they do bad things. Why? http://econ.st/1DFjOi2
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NBA fan stares at phone, ball strikes her in face http://cnet.co/1CiR11e
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"I was kind of ignoring my nieces in order to get a trophy of our time together."
Hunting for social media-worthy posts is ruining your life — and now there's proof.
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    BSc (Biochemistry), 1991 - 1993
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Armchair tech enthusiast in between jobs. Experienced in Corporate Affairs, PR and Government Relations. Passion for technology and innovation. Long time fan of the greatest football club in the world.
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Went there for a short overnight trip. Love the water chalet experience even though I've been there a few times. The size of the hotel is not as big as newer hotels in the area, so you wil feel more exclusivity and privacy. This also helps with logistics when you have small children in tow. The room could be improved with a bit more dusting. We were however not that concerned over the lack of tv channels? If we had wanted to watch tv, we would have stayed home. All in all, a pleasant trip.
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