A few weeks ago, I decided to have my personal digital detox. It’s ironic that social media is part of my work, but I managed to find a way on how to handle business pages and accounts. My goal was to get rid of the “crap” that I consume and focus more on my projects.
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
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
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
I saw the importance of Web 2.0 tools like blogging and social media during natural disasters in Philippines. I saw the enthusiasm of Filipino citizens who want to help the authorities and rescuers in various places from North to South Luzon. The Internet made the world smaller and accessible. See my vantage point from the
A must-read for all writers, journalists, and everyone involved in the digital world: protect yourself against password theft. The news about Mat Honan’s case of password theft and iCloud account storage swiped remotely by hackers alarmed me. It stirred a sense of urgency to safeguard online information and passwords on various social media accounts and