Showing posts from January, 2015

Ways to recycle your blog posts

We received tons of emails almost everyday and we are too tired in composing a new blog post instead you'll just copy and paste (ahem) all email materials you've got in your inbox. But hey, worry no more ... there are some ways on how you can "recycle" those posts in a new ones. I'm not saying to use the same content but rather make it more eye catching. 1. Slideshows Instead of posting 100 photos to your blog, create a presentation and tap new audience by making it more informative. Add contents to the slides, making it shareable to everyone. Upload to Slideshare or to any photo sharing that has a slideshow feature 2. Videos Create a quality video content. Be like a pro! Boost your blog by posting how to, step by step, event coverages, commentaries, reviews, etc. You can create an instant blog post using your smartphones. Just search for some app sharing video content, and're a star! 3. Podcasts or Live Audio Not that new technique but if you hav


For Immediate Release MANILA, PHILIPPINES (January 5, 2015) — To start the new year on a positive note, Sarangani representative and ‘People’s Champ’ Manny Pacquiao renewed his commitment to be an Ambassador and spokesperson for Habitat for Humanity Philippines. Pacquiao signed a new memorandum of agreement on January 5, 2015 indicating his commitment to support Habitat for Humanity’s “WeBuild Campaign”, which is kicking off early this year. The agreement also outlines the congressman’s P5-million donation, which will be used to partially fund 195 houses for families in Glan, Sarangani. The families — mostly composed of fisherfolk and sari-sari store vendors — will be living in “Pacman-Tata Yap Ville” in Barangay Tango in Glan, a housing project of the congressman. Each duplex unit is 32 square metres on an 80-square metre lot area. The 2.8-hectare site includes a multipurpose centre, a community park and a concrete stage that can be used for community’s special events. Pacquiao also

Watch Live Ice Carving - Wonderland Express

Aside from the exhibit, Ice Carving is definitely a must see activity for all ages. Sorry for the background noise (the baby behind me has tantrums).