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Chinese Marketer With Ties to North America Helps Hong Kong Businesses Reach Customers in the West
John Lui’s marketing seminars are packed as businessmen strive to overcome language and technology hurdles.
Hong Kong — John Lui stands before a packed room filled with business men and women in his central Hong Kong meeting room. His message is a familiar one: reach customers through Facebook, smart Google advertising, and cutting-edge Google PPC techniques.
In a time where constantly rising Chinese profits are linked to reaching customers around the world in vastly different cultures, Mr. Lui’s insights are invaluable.
“Before returning to Hong Kong to help businesses here, I spent many years running a successful online marketing business in Canada where I helped auto dealers coast-to-coast,” Mr. Lui said.
Lui speaks fluent English and Chinese and was the world’s first Chinese professional to pass five Google Internet Marketing Exams (Analytics, Adwords Fundamentals, and 3 Advanced Exams) and a Microsoft Advertising Exam.
Along with SEM and text ads, Lui specializes in effective flash banner and YouTube Channel design, remarketing, traffic analysis (Google Analytics), campaign optimization and email marketing. His strength is to set up a powerful strategic online campaign that delivers outstanding business results at the lowest possible marketing cost.
“I give my clients in Hong Kong a complete online marketing package similar to what they might have if they were based in New York or Toronto,” Lui said.
China’s economy has set itself apart as one of the world’s fastest growing, even during a long recession. Business owners and managers are well aware they can drive profits even higher with up to date Internet marketing.
“My clients and seminar attendees come to get quick expertise in emerging technologies. My mobile, display and YouTube marketing campaigns are among the best, giving businesses worldwide access to this influential and innovative promotion medium,” Lui said.
Inside China there are strong trends toward greater public use of the Internet. As Chinese citizens rise in affluence, online marketing becomes even more important for local business owners.
“Once I have a solid Google pay-per-click campaign in place, have a strong Youtube and mobile campaign going, and help the business position its message properly, businesses are seeing impressive increases in customers and sales,” Lui said.
See John Lui’s Global Internet Marketing site at http://johnlui.com .
Contact: John Lui
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