Welcome to our 'Meet the Spider AF Team' series! This time, we're showcasing one of our Japanese team members in charge of content and SEO, Kohki. Get to know his background, his role at Spider AF, and what makes him a valuable member of our team.
My name is Kohki, and I'm currently 31 years old. In the past, I used to play tennis and water polo. While I used to enjoy traveling abroad, the recent impact of the covid has shifted my focus towards Okinawa. Lately, I've been exploring ways to earn money on my own. So far, I've been involved in creating and managing affiliate sites and even selling goods through live chat.
I have always had a genuine interest in understanding the psychology of people. I find joy in analyzing data, deriving hypotheses, and putting them into practice. These motivations have fueled my passion for pursuing a career in this field.
One proud moment or accomplishment I can share from Spider AF so far is consistently achieving high rankings in ad-fraud related searches and being nominated searches. SEO has always been our forte, so it was a joy to be able to demonstrate our strength in this area.
A fun fact that many people may not know about me is my ability to achieve high rankings in ad-fraud related searches and being nominated for recognition. SEO has always been a strong suit of mine, and it brings me immense joy to showcase my expertise in this field.
On weekends or during my time off, I focus on activities that enhance my weekdays' productivity. This includes waking up early, reconnecting with old friends, and going to the gym.
Spider AF is a comfortable place for those wants to express themselves freely. This is a very rare environment in Japan.
One of the best places I have visited is Koh Samui in Thailand. I adore the laid-back atmosphere it offers. I enjoy leisurely mornings, lounging by the pool with a refreshing beer, and feeling the breeze against my face. In the evenings, I have an amazing time partying until the early hours of the morning at vibrant semi-outdoor clubs. The place is mostly filled with Westerners, and it's interesting to see everyone recovering from their hangovers and the town being quiet in the mornings.
The best career lesson I've learned so far is threefold. Firstly, quantity often leads to quality. Secondly, breaking down tasks and planning ahead is crucial. Lastly, taking action and trying things out is more effective than just daydreaming.
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