Carjacking has been rampant recently and the public is not sitting on this one. Along with the series of car-related crime sprees are valuables taken – including lives of innocent people. Carjackers are now considered a grave threat among the. . .
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I’ve been doing blogging for a few years now and one of the things I enjoy doing the most is live blogging events such as press conferences and product launches. While I was doing the rounds this morning at the. . .
I just finished reading an article on the Inquirer which talked about how a “Big Bad Blogger” in coordination with a PR firm allegedly tried to extort a restaurant. The owner first declined the PR agency’s pitch to handle “buzz. . .
Listen. Engage. Act. Those three words sum up the core strategy behind Dell’s Social Media Listening Command Center. Powered by Radian 6, the center basically monitors whatever is being said about Dell all over the world. They then use that. . .
There are several properties in Facebook official pages that you can use as marketing billboards. One of the best spaces available is the profile picture. To maximize the space make a 540 x 180 pixels vertical banner. Don’t just grab. . .
It has been a great year for social media. Facebook has paved the way to more social engagement for both companies and consumers. Twitter made crucial changes and deals with other platforms to enhance its services. LinkedIn redefined how companies. . .
This news bit has been going around different sites and social networks already. It’s about how a homeless guy named Ted Williams is able to get a second chance in life. Ted has a great announcer/radio voice which he developed. . .
This article is the second and final installment to the 2010 Top 10 Highlights for New Media Philippines. This entry has the last 5 highlights that we wanted to share with everyone. If you haven’t read the first part yet,. . .
This is a two-part entry which summarizes the major highlights of New Media Philippines for 2010. It was actually our biggest year to date as readership for this site has grown by 600%! Anyway, this first entry will talk about. . .
Looking back 2010 was a big year for social media and the digital marketing industry in the Philippines. It’s the year where we saw the Philippines skyrocket to the 6th biggest country on Facebook at 19M registered accounts. We were. . .
About.Me is a new social networking site which aggregates all the content of your other sites like Facebook, Twitter, and your blogs. It’s kinda like your virtual calling card. It’s pretty easy to use and it’s definitely worth looking into. . .
With the New Year and Christmas just around the corner I was thinking of things that I’m grateful for this year. There are actually a lot of reasons why I should be happy but I wanted to focus on one.. . .
Friendster announced several months ago that they would focus on social gaming. I was doing spring cleaning of all of my accounts and I logged in Friendster last night. I was surprised to find that the home page was already. . .
I was having a conversation over e-mail with a friend who works with a digital marketing agency in Hong Kong. We were sharing with each other our experiences so that we could both get better at what we do. One. . .
A lot of activists here in the Philippines as well as those abroad are calling people who support causes by joining Internet memes or online petitions “Slacktivists“. Basically the hardcore activists feel that unless people go out and actually join. . .
As we reported earlier, you can now activate the new Facebook profile page for your account. The new page has a different lay-out and it also offers several new features. It can be confusing at first so we decided to. . .
Facebook rolled out today the new Facebook Profile Page which features more images, smaller font, and a highlighted about me section. As of this time you have to activate it to switch from the old profile to the new page.. . .
After turning down Google’s $6 Billion offer, Groupon went on a buying spree in Asia. One of the countries they’re going to have presence is the Philippines. Yes, you read that right, Groupon Philippines. Yahoo reports that Groupon launched on. . .
Around 2 days ago Filipinos started changing their profile pictures to cartoon characters that they loved when they were kids. It was only a few groups who did it but since then it has snowballed into a massive movement. Now. . .
A certain advertising executive wrote that some people were behind the recent online outrage against the botched “Pilipinas Kay Ganda” campaign of the Department of Tourism. She goes on to say that everything was a coordinated plot to take down. . .