Improve your career, revenues, and more through Personal Branding!

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Personal Branding has played a key role in my development as a professional and entrepreneur. This coming Saturday, September 25, 2010, I’ll be sharing the stage with my good friend J. Randell Tiongson and we will be sharing practical tips and techniques on Personal Branding. The event will be held at the Greenhills Victory Center (Promenade, Greenhills above Gourdo’s). It will start promptly at 1:30PM and will end around 6:00PM.

My segment will focus mostly on how to practically build your brand via the latest tools and technologies available. Topics that I’ll discuss:

Blogging: Your Personal Branding Trump Card
Blogging is the centerpiece of your personal branding toolkit. I’ll be sharing valuable and PRACTICAL tips on how to leverage the power of blogging to catapult your career to the next level. Find out what your blogging options are, best practices in writing, how to quickly build readership (web traffic), and most importantly how to generate leads and sales.

Public Relations 2.0: Twittering Your Way to TV, Radio, and Print
There are roughly 2M estimated Filipinos on Twitter but probably only less than 5% know how to actually use it to improve their careers and businesses. Twitter is one of the best public relations tool available and it can give you unprecedented mileage which can generate you limitless sales leads.

… and a whole lot more! I’ll be touching on other popular social networking tools like Facebook and Linkedin. :)

We only have A FEW SLOTS available (last I checked less than 10). If you’re interested, please contact Jenny Ignacio-Magalong via mobile at 09391177856 or e-mail jcignacio.magalong@gmail.com. The investment for this learning event is just P1,500.

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