The Nutri10Plus Syrup Vitamin Blog Campaign
Mothers have a huge capacity to love and provide for their loved ones—and this often extends to people outside of family. So, when you involve mommies to collaborate for a cause, for sure, they’ll be on top of it.
That’s what happened in the collaboration with Werp and mommy bloggers.
During the moving up ceremony where Kaye Koo of SinagTala Foundation helped in disseminating the Nutri10Plus and DayCee vitamin pouches to the kids
In the effort to help our co-mommies and their children in the war-stricken village in Marawi, 100 Mommy bloggers from Mommy Bloggers Philippines community had collaborated to bring boxes of Nutri10Plus Syrup, DayCee Vitamin C Syrup and several toys, to a hundred kids in Marawi through SinagTala, a non-profit organization headed by Ms. Kaye Koo. SinagTala had been sending help to villages in Marawi since the war erupted and it had sheltered hundreds of children inside the Playroom which served as the mini-school and play area of the children.
Lanie Lluch of Mommy Bloggers Philippines community with Kaye Koo of SinagTala Foundation during turnover of vitamins and toys
Assorted toys for the kids
A collaborative effort of a hundred mommy bloggers and WERT to bring these vitamin pouches to the kids of Marawi
Nutri10Plus Syrup, a multivitamins packed with Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF), Taurine, Lysine, Zinc and Vitamins C, A, D3 B1 and more, had been assisting mothers all around the Philippines in developing children with strong bodies, active brains and healthy appetite.
Through the Nutri10Plus Syrup, DAYZINC vitamins and toys, we wish to help uplift the children’s spirits and restore their health as they start on picking up the pieces of their lives as families.
Military officers helped in distributing the Nutri10Plus Syrup and DayCee pouches to the kids
We all thank WERT for this campaign, Kaye Koo of SinagTala and all the staff who have helped in sending the vitamins to Marawi.
To learn more about the benefits of Nutri10Plus Syrup, check through their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Nutri10Plus/
We are grateful to the mommy bloggers who participated in campaign using their blogs to bring hundreds of pouches of Nutri10Plus Vitamins full of nutrition for the children in Marawi. Find out more about our lovely mommy bloggers and their experiences as they document their life journeys in their mommy blogs.
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Blogopollist 2012: ONLine in the Philippines
The biggest blogging event is happening on November 18, 2012 at the Makati Shangri-la Hotel.
The list of distinguished speakers include Abe Olandres, Manuel L. Quezon III, and Maria Ressa. See the full list of speakers and panelists HERE.
Get your tickets now!
Wow, it’s unbelievable!
In the past six years, I have been in the website/blogging business. I’ve helped built 2 websites and 6 blogs! Whew!
The two websites:
Going To Meet – The most comprehensive directory of conferences worldwide
Local Philippines – The most comprehensive directory of Philippine hotels and resorts
How I Built Websites
- Plan the content first. Map out the data, in other words. In so doing, you need to come up with a goal for your website. The goal will address the audience, the reach or niche, and will determine the timeline of your research. Having a good and comprehensive content is an important step to success. Based on experience, you don’t need an SEO if you have great content.
- Have a good structure, design, and functionality. In development, make sure that there is ease of navigation, the site loads fast, and the background, color, font (text) are easy on the eyes. An important consideration also is that the site can be viewed in different browsers (IE, Firefox, and Chrome, among others).
- Establish interactivity. For websites, it’s important that you engage your readers and when they land on your site, they are called to action. The Net is also full of resources and tips for making a website. You may want to check out http://www.hereshowtomakeawebsite.com/.
- Choose the best content management system for you: WordPress, Joomla or Drupal, among others.
Mama Is Working
Brands for Grabs
I Am on the Streets
How I Built Blogs
- Decide on a niche and focus on that. I am used to beginning work with an outline, and having specific topic or a niche makes it outlining easier. It’s also easier to be consistent and in the process, the blog develops a theme. A good result of this is that you become an authority on the topic that you’ve chosen. If you have authority, people seek out your blog for information.
- Update regularly. It’s important that you have fresh content regularly. I am guilty of not updating regularly lately, but when I started my blogs, I was posting every day, and then three times a week. Lately Google Panda puts importance on great original content and thus, updating can be once a month only as long as you meet the first criteria.
- Original content. People or readers go to your blog if you have original content. You can find a lot of resources on the Net on how to come up with original content. Foremost is that out of the gazillion information and data on the net, make your own spin on these info. This will make your content uniquely yours.
Easy does it. If I can do it, you can do it, too. Best of luck guys!
For more details, continue reading…
The Cebu Blog Camp 2010 is a success! Read all about it here.
The two-day DigitalFilipino E-Commerce Summit culminated yesterday, November 13, with the 3rd DigitalFilipino Web Awards. The event was supported by SMILDS.com Philippines.
And the winners are:
Check out DigitalFilipino Web Awards 2009 website for photos and more updates.
This year, The Philippine Blog Awards organization truly lived up to its theme, “One Blogging Nation” by recognizing bloggers in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. For that, my congratulations!
I greeted first the winners in Luzon. Now it’s time to greet the winners in the Visayas and Mindanao.
I checked out their blogs, and they all deserve to receive the awards.
Here’s to more successful blogging years and industry in the Philippines!
Doing E-Commerce for Real!
The DigitalFilipino E-Commerce Summit 2009 is an intensive 2-day educational seminar on e-commerce strategies scheduled to take place on November 12 & 13, 2009 at the Hotel Intercontinental, Makati City.
We hope to make this an annual event that will provide an additional venue for learning among DigitalFilipino club members.
The event will focus on best practices (what to do, what not to do, execution, measurement) and we would like to have a great roster of resource persons who can share their insight & lessons learned.
We requested speakers to deliver talks on a big-picture perspective (keynote-style) discussing findings and insight that they haven’t mostly shared before but still reflective of their respective experiences.
We are targeting 150 to 200 participants for this event. Main audience will be DigitalFilipino club members, DigitalFilipino Web Awards past and current entries/winners, DigitalFilipino Social Networking Awards winners, SMEs, enterprises, and entrepreneurs at large.
This event is also targeted at:
- Entrepeneurs and business owners – Get insight from fellow e-commerce practitioners on what approaches they have taken to expand their business online and the challenges they overcome.
- Managers – Find out marketing and operations strategy, e-commerce practitioners embraced that worked and didn’t.
- Investors and business development consultants – Get insight that will allow you to see and/or validate opportunities that can be worth exploring in your current or potential investment portfolio.
- Educators and consultants – Based on experiences shared, get an idea on what critical skills and resources will be important for e-commerce aspirants to make it online.
Click here for the conference program.
Get a free delegate pass to the DigitalFilipino E-Commerce Summit here.
Best Blog Design – The Site Guy
Best Filipino Blog Abroad – The Warped Zone
Best Foreign Blog – My Sari Sari Store
Blogger’s Choice – Micamyx
Best Filipiniana Blog – Pilipino Komiks
TEN BEST POSTS OF THE YEAR
Karnabal by Tuyong Tinta ng Bolpen
Finding Your Soul Mate: A Statistical Analysis by Guttervomit
Lost Gems Of Philippine History: The 1896 Board Meeting by It’s true! It’s true!
The Diving Boys of Quezon Bridge by Dennis Villegas
Twenty Pesos by Lostphotograph
The way of the leaf by SMOKE
Portrait of a dramatic highlight in Nick Joaquin’s A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino by Gibbs Cadiz
Kaya Dumarami ang Bading Kasi… by Manila Gay Guy
The Parable of the Furry White Rabbit by Good Times Manila
The Amazing Bulul: A Story of Epiphany by The Cat Whisperer
Best Technology Blog – Jaypee Online
Best Travel Blog – Langyaw – Sojourns and Off-the-Beaten Path Travels
Best Entertainment Blog – Lessons From the School of Inattention
Best Personal Blog – Writing on Air
Best Food & Beverage Blog – Table for Three, Please
Best Family & Living Blog – Make or Break
Best News & Media Blog – Virtual Journals
Best Business Blog – Negosyo Ideas
Best Sports Blog – Fire Quinito
Best Hobby & Recreation Blog – Bearbrick Love
Best Fashion Blog – Who is Elyoo?
Best Photoblog – I Am a Documentary Photographer
Best Culture and Arts Blog – magnetic-rose.net: Japanese Pop Culture for Filipino Fans
Best Commentary Blog – The Marocharim Experiment
Best Videocast Blog – Entrepbuff.com
Best Podcast Blog – Brink Notes Entertainment Daily
Best Humor Blog – The Professional Heckler
Best Gaming Blog – Blog Mike Got Game!
Best Advocacy Blog – Autism Society of the Philippines
Best Beauty Blog – The Doctor Is vaIN
GLOBE SPECIAL AWARDS
Digital Chief – Aileen Apolo
Digital Elders – Manolo Quezon, Janette Toral, Noemi Dado, Anton Diaz, Gibbs Cadiz
Congratulations to the organizers of PBA ‘09!
As PBA this year is looking at “One Blogging Nation,” catch PBA Visayas Awards Night on October 18 at Ayala City Sports, Cebu City, and PBA Mindanao Awards Night on Oct 24 at Pearlmont Hotel, CDO.