Are you an entrepreneur? Do you want to learn how you can maximize the power of digital marketing to grow your micro, small, medium and social enterprise? My awesome Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc. (IBS) friends have lovely news.
Registration is still open for “Go Social: A Digital Marketing Tour Boot Camp,” a project of IBS, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines through its Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund. It’s the perfect opportunity for you to learn all about digital marketing, social media marketing, content marketing, social media ad marketing, email marketing, influencer marketing and a whole lot more! These lessons will truly be beneficial for anybody who wants to incorporate online strategies in order to increase sales and leads, solidify brand recall, gather fans and turn them into loyal customers and properly tap influencers who can write/blog/endorse/post/review.
The boot camp will be held in these cities: Iligan (Nov 11-12), Cotabato (Nov 18-19), Cebu (Nov 25-26) and Baguio (Dec 2-3).
I will actually be one of the speakers! I will share some insights on the future of digital marketing in the Philippines. I will share as many as I can so I hope you can join the boot camp! Please visit http://iliganbloggers.org/GoSocial/ for more details. Thanks so much to the IBS for the trust and confidence!
Meanwhile, I met someone pretty awesome recently – Guillermo Diaz, the actor who plays “Huck” on the American political thriller TV series “Scandal.” I absolutely love this series! Basically it evolves around Olivia Pope (played by Kerry Washington) and her crisis management firm. Since I personally do PR (I’ve been doing this for many, many years!), I am quite fascinated with “Scandal.”
Anyway, going back to Guillermo – he was very friendly, smiling and charming, truth be told. A whole lot different from the character that he plays. And to make matters more fascinating, Guillermo is proudly gay in real life so you could just imagine how awesome it was for the series creator, Shonda Rhimes, to take a risk and blindly cast him for a role that had to deal with personal demons and had to do crazy stuff. Ah, Hollywood! I will talk more about my Guillermo Diaz encounter on my blog, www.Mindanaoan.com Now if you’re not familiar with Scandal, it’s actually on its last season so you better start catching up! The show was named Television Program of the Year by the American Film Institute, received the Peabody Award for Excellence in Television and was honored as Outstanding Drama Series at the Image Awards. So, yes, it’s THAT good.
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Til next ish! Safe travels, everybody!