What You Need To Know About Cybercrime Law

I hear the cry of my fellow bloggers about the Cybecrime law. It’s implication is a matter of grave concern, and it affects not just bloggers and journalists, but anyone who is connected to the Internet. I hope, and I pray that the lawmakers will amend it for the benefit of the online community here

Less is More in Facebook Marketing

I’m a minimalist. I believe less is more. And I never thought it also applies to Facebook Marketing. I recently stumbled upon Mashable’s Todd Wasserman post about Facebook Marketing. He said, If you’re looking to take a day off from posting on Facebook, choose Wednesday, but don’t rest on Sunday or you’ll miss the best

Start Writing Even When You Don’t Feel Like It

It’s really hard to write when you don’t feel like it, and the only way to ward off that lazy spirit is to start writing. That’s it. I’ve experienced health issues for the past couple of weeks and now (tonsillitis). It’s hard to write and continue freelancing work at this moment. Plus, I want to

Join me on 9/21 for the International Freelancers Day

Do you want to boost your solo business? Come, join me on September 21, 2012 for the International Freelance Day. It’s the biggest ever FREE online conference brought to you by International Freelancers Academy. Get inside the trade and learn from the 13 all-star speakers. This is exclusive for solo professionals, so better reserve your

Experience a Breakthrough in Freelance Writing

Let me tell you a secret on how to experience a breakthrough in freelance writing. Only a handful of successful freelancers inside the business will likely share this tip. Probably, startups haven’t thought of it. Frankly, I haven’t thought of it before until I stumbled upon this powerful writing prompt. Whether you’re a newbie or

Work from Home is Harder Than you Think

Work from home is harder than you think. If you envy freelancers for having the coolest job in the world, I guess you don’t know much of our trade. I thought it was going to be easy when I started as a news contributor for a Christian blog. Honestly, I had no plans to become

The Digital Influencers Marketing Summit 2012

I’ll be attending the Digital Influencers Marketing Summit on September 29, 2012. It will be held at SMEX Convention Center, Pasay City. I stumbled upon the event via Twitter update, and registered for the early-bird rate. This is my second time to attend a summit. I wish Pasay is just around the corner. I’ll be

Unforced Writing: The Amateur Tweets, The Pro Writes

I discovered this concept of unforced writing while listening to the rhythms of raindrops outside during the “hagupit ng habagat.” That was the time that I stayed at home and learned this principle, and I will never forget that day. It’s more biblical, yet I also found its practicality and application in a secular context.

Freelance Writers Qualifications or Attitude?

What do clients look for when hiring long-term freelance writers? The choice is between qualifications and attitude. I’m still processing this thought, and I hope clients will stumble upon this post to answer my question. Do you prefer qualifications over attitude, or is it the other way around? Who’s more efficient and effective for your

Better Writing Skills: Start Giving Value to Your Work

Are you confident with your writing skills? I’ve asked this question to myself many times, and every day, I find fresh answers. Writing is not an overnight success. I realized it’s one of the most challenging careers ever. Would I go back to my previous job or possibly pursue a business-related career? No. When I

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