Nicole Myers

Nicole Myers, from Reading, Pennsylvania, is a senior biology major at Dickinson College.  She is an ROTC cadet, currently acting as the Blue Mountain Battalion’s S-3, in charge of Operations.  She plans to go to medical school and serve in the Army as a doctor.

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  1. Nicole Myers, from Reading, Pennsylvania, is a senior biology major at Dickinson College. She is an ROTC cadet, currently acting as the Blue Mountain Battalion’s S-3, in charge of Operations. She plans to go to medical school and serve in the Army as a diy craft

  2. Expert Panel Discussion: ASO 2019 and Tactics for 2020
    2019 has been an exciting year in App Store Optimization: with a number of updates in stores’ algorithms, big changes within the App Store with iOS 13 release, some indexing bugs and “keyword” dance.

    Ilia Kukharev, Head of ASO at AppFollow, invited some authorities in the niche for an Expert Panel Discussion to review the most in important changes in ASO in 2019 and tactics for 2020.

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