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Professional Bloggers Taking it to the Next Level

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Below is an excerpt from Pekson.com about the announcement and press release communication piece of the Philippine Bloggers Network.

Manila, Philippines. June 7, 2014.  The Internet and mobile landscape is developing in such a rapid pace, it’s like melted mercury that is absorbed in every country in the planet. In this digital age, internet and social media users increase in number every second, thus making online publishing and digital marketing a very effective communication tool for an individual, company and organization. The publicity is immediate, viral, and the reach is unlimited.

Online publishers and bloggers have been cropping up over the past decade, and many of them are presently great influencers or endorsers of products and brands. These top bloggers have a great following, boasting of a worldwide audience.

The Birth of Philippine Bloggers Network #PBNet

A group of fifteen (15) Filipino online publishers came together as one force to form Philippine Bloggers Network (“PBNet”), an organization that aims to professionalize the blogging industry. Taking blogs or online publishing to the next level, PBNet is a solid mass marketing group to any business and clientele, who are seeking premium and professional online communication services.

Read the entire announcement at www.pekson.com.

Photo from source.

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Learn Financial Peace While It’s Not Too Late

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I’ve attended a few seminars of Randell Tiongson, including one or two that presented Paulo Tibig and Francis Kong as speakers. I even wrote a piece in my blog How Can You Possess “Financial Freedom?” after attending Randell’s short seminar on financial planning, espousing the benefits of financial freedom.

I encourage you to spend some time and a little of your cash to educate yourself on financial planning, fnancial freedom and, this time, financial peace. Attend this one-day seminar for a “wake-upper” on how you spend (and save) your money.

Poster courtesy of RandellTiongson.com

Poster courtesy of RandellTiongson.com

Written by Raffy Pekson II

July 10, 2011 at 5:06 am

Philippines Need Not Borrow Money – For Now

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The Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas (or Central Bank of the Philippins) told various news media that the country does not have to resort to borrowing more money because of its “healthy position” regarding its balance of payments (BOP). This is strengthened by the robust influx of currency remittances to the country. Last year, the country hit a little less than $90 million in BOP surplus; the first four months of 2009 has also posted a moderate surplus.

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Written by Raffy Pekson II

May 26, 2009 at 6:49 pm