Posts Categorized: Featured

We’re back!

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Hi everyone! It’s been a while. The last post we did here on TNM was way back in April (around 3 months ago). Happy to say we’re back though and we’re beefing up the writing team so that we can. . .

Multiply to close on May 6, 2013

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Social shopping site Multiply.com is officially closing down on May 6, 2013. The announcement was posted on their website and an e-mail from their CEO, Stefan Magdalinski was also sent out to media partners. This is quite unfortunate considering they’ve. . .

IMMAP tackles Online Election Campaigns in 1st Breakfast Series (Kapihan Format)

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The Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP) announced that they will be starting the “IMMAP Breakfast Series” which has a “Kapihan” format. It’s basically an open forum with featured guests tackling the latest issues facing the industry.. . .

2013 IMMAP Board of Directors and Officers Elected

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The Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP) officially presented the 2013 Board of Directors during their annual Christmas party last week in Makati City. See below for the list! 1. D’ARTAGNAN “BUNNY” AGUILAR, Head, Communication Channels, Globe. . .

Instagram Web-version Looks Awesome!

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This news bit is definitely late but better late than never, lol! I just found out last night that there’s a web version already for Instagram. You can actually share a webpage which will display your profile that showcases your. . .

Apps or Mobile Websites?

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The Universal McCann Social Media Tracker Wave 6 Study Highlights mentioned that 38% of Filipinos own smartphones. Now before you dump all of your development and marketing budget into churning out iOS and Android apps, note that “smartphone” basically means. . .