I got this from Jeremy. The elevator pitch is similar to the drive by shooting of potential VC funding. Here’s a video to help equip you with that tool. Who knows, the next person you might be stuck in an elevator with could be your next venture capitalist.
UPDATE: Doh! Cancelled! Despite the strong rain, we are pushing through with our concert tonight! Entrance is free! All you need to do is bring or buy a copy of BURN Magazine at the SM Mall of Asia Music Lounge. See you all there!
It’s finally out in the wild. Darren Rowse has a good explanation of TLA Feedvertising here but its really just common sense: a lotof people don’t visit blogs to read posts. They visit feeds. So might as well advertise on feeds then, right? What I love about the new Feedvertising is the ability to post … Continue reading Text Link Ads introduces Feedvertising
Elber poses beside the BlogCon logo Wow, what a trip! (as if it was really that far away) Thanks to everyone who came and spread the link love. I hope everyone enjoyed the evening as well as the short presentations given by the guest speakers. Thank you Globe Innove for the sponsorship! I want to … Continue reading Back from BlogCon 2006
I sideline as a PR connoseur. Hah! In truth, I’ve attended about a hundred PR events, big and small since the year 2003. Here are some tips I offer PR agencies when organizing events for the press, especially for the tightly knit technology industry: Lose the hard copy but never the soft copy People in … Continue reading PR Tips for the Philippine agencies
I’ve survived without a printer at home for almost two years. It may seem odd, since I belong to the publishing industry. If ever I needed to print something, there was always Station 168 right outside my village or I’d bug my neighbor. Of course, that would be really embarassing in the long run. So … Continue reading HP Officejet 4355 All-in-One Printer
Our music magazine, BURN is hosting a really cool mag launch concert this September 28 2006. Everyone is invited! We recently launched the BURN website as part of the new corporate blog network of Hinge-Inquirer Publications. Wow, a corporate blog network here in the Philippines? Interesting ain’t it? More on this in the next few … Continue reading BURN BABY BURN!
We’re doing a short program for the BlogCon 2006 event this coming Monday. If you are interested in attending, do sign up here. It is free and sure to be a fun event. I’ll be bringing my studio quality microphone which I borrowed from HIT Studio’s Vic Icasas. I want to see how well the … Continue reading The BlogCon 2006 Podcast
I got this fun link from Yuga. Certified Backlinks.Site Class:Are you a Big Fish? Okay okay I cheated. I brought in the big guns after seeing how badly this personal blog of mine did. After much deliberation, I’ve also added the Pinoy Top Blogs code to my cellphone blog.
Yesterday concluded the end of our six day workshop for Batch 25 of Photoworks! I learned a lot from Leo Castillo and my classmates. It is a class I am recommending to those who would want to learn how to develop an eye for photography with (relatively) not a lot of technical information. To cap … Continue reading Photo Project: Working with Frames
UPDATE: You can register here! Got word from Jenny of Globe that we are good to go for the first Philippine BlogCon. Event details are here. The event is sponsored by Globe Innove. This event is open to all Filipino bloggers, for free! If you are a shy blogger and think you won’t fit in, … Continue reading Get set for BlogCon 2006!
Here’s the answer – viral marketing. (Oooh just like blogs) Wait, let’s go back a few notches and let me tell you how the Zune will work. I had actually written about it here, but I believe this deserves some elaboration due to the unique way Microsoft will market this product. So you have ten … Continue reading The Microsoft Zune business model
I had dinner with INQ7’s Editor in Chief JV Rufino last week because I needed a bit of insight on information architecture. He was essentially the only person who I felt could help me with some issues about IA. There is a big similarity between being an editor of a magazine and being an editor … Continue reading “A Bugged Life” Blog Blueprint
I live by the idea that everything that you do has some apostolic purpose, no matter how small it may be, from the twitching of your finger, to you buying that book, to you not reading that book, to becoming president of a company. A lot of my contemporaries in the blogging industry say that … Continue reading The Butterfly Effect
I’ve been long thinking of a blog overhaul. The main purpose would be to better position my site against the stuff I do for a living. A Bugged Life started as an experiment but as all experiments eventually turn into patents and then products, I’ve been considering targeting my blog’s niche into more specific items. … Continue reading Thinking of a site redesign