Peter Thiel, co founder of PayPal, one of Silicon Valley’s most successful venture capitalists have of late, wrote this book recently, zero to one. And this was based on a series of lectures, it was evening at Stanford. And it was a first time when I saw this.
These are all our constituent parts. What we have is an immigration services market that’s split into two particular types. There’s there’s individual immigration services, and there’s the corporate immigration services market.
Wanchai Walkabouts is a series, in which I take you to my favourite haunts in Wanchai, Hong Kong and answer The Top 100 Questions that anybody ever asks about Intelligent Content Marketing. I am also going to use this opportunity and give you a little bit of history about these spots: where they fit in Hong Kong’s history and also what they mean to me.
This is the fifteenth episode where I take you to the bridge between Wanchai MTR and the Immigration Department and answer the question: What do you think the single biggest success element of Intelligent Content Marketing is?
Once we have produced a piece of content, we syndicated out to the platform. And we do this very simply by publishing in Hong Kong visa visa, copy then gets syndicated to center which is the website where we sell our stuff. And then Handbook, which is the Do It Yourself guide to the Hong Kong visa process.
The front side of our platform is actually designed in the final analysis to deliver customer experience. And I understood the importance of customer experiences from this book that I read, actually about year 2000.