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Gordon Choi
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Web/Search Analytics, SEO/PPC, Web Product Development/Operations, Web Performance Optimization, Conversion Rate Optimization
Web/Search Analytics, SEO/PPC, Web Product Development/Operations, Web Performance Optimization, Conversion Rate Optimization

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Clicks2Customers at SES Singapore 2013
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SES Singapore 2013
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Use this approach to draft out your company's online marketing strategy for year 2014 when targeting the Chinese audience.

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Search Engine Land: Google App Indexing: Google Can Index & Link To Content In Your Android App. http://google.com/producer/s/CBIwqPil9g0

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A purse that lets you charges your mobile phone. All you have to do is put your phone in the purse. And it's completely cordless.

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Webmasters and/or website owners who run/own sites with exact match domain names may have to worry about Google's next algorithm update... Matt Cutts' exact words on Twitter: "Minor weather report: small upcoming Google algo change will reduce low-quality "exact-match" domains in search results."

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My adventure in China during the past 59 months - It isn’t the work experience alone, but also the culture, localization, transition, projects, teamwork, and new skills together that have made me a stronger person. And of course, I will have to thank many bright and intelligent people who I have met and/or who I have worked with during this period of my life.

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96% of consumers have encountered sites that weren't designed for mobile devices. 67% of mobile users after visiting a mobile-friendly site are more likely to buy a site's product. 74% are more likely to return to the same site if it's mobile-friendly.

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Is your website's SPEED good enough?

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A mathematics (geometry) exam question for high school students in China - I would only say geometry is getting more and more difficult in Mainland China these days.
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