Posts Categorized: Blog Marketing

iBlog 8 Day 1 Wrap Up

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iBlog 8, the country’s largest blogging summit, started out with a bang as hundreds of veteran and new bloggers alike trooped to Malcolm Hall in the University of the Philippines Diliman Campus. Compared to previous years attendance for the first day showed massive improvement!

Do blogger endorsements really work?

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I’ve been reading a lot of material lately about bloggers, endorsements, and brand evangelism. One thing I picked up is that the reason why bloggers are credible to their readers is because of their independence. The moment they give that. . .

Selecting Blogger Brand Ambassadors

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Tips for selecting blogger brand ambassadors

  Got an e-mail from a reader asking how they should select potential blogger brand ambassadors. I just have a few thoughts about this matter that I’d like to share with everyone. To make this quick and easy-to-understand I’ll put. . .

Want a free BlackBerry 9780?

Posted by & filed under Blog Marketing. is giving away a brand-spanking new BlackBerry Bold 9780! It’s one of the best phones in the market for professionals and entrepreneurs. It’s reliable, sturdy, e-mail friendly, social media savvy, and has BlackBerry Messenger (BBM)! Here’s a photo of. . .

iBlog7 on April 1-2, 2011

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iBlog7 is one of the most anticipated annual blogging events. It’s organized by the UP College of Law and they’re helped by DigitalFilipino’s Janette Toral. This is a purely non-profit activity that’s meant to help educate both new and advanced. . .

Goodbye Big Bad Blogger

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Inquirer columnist Margaux Salcedo wrote a blind item about a blogger, PR firm, and restaurant a few weeks ago. She coined the term “Big Bad Blogger” because according to her source the blogger and the PR firm were working together. . .