Last week, I posted an article about the partnership of WeChat and Lazada Philippines for the latter’s 2nd Anniversary.
It is no surprise that the collaboration of the two companies succeeded when they sold hundreds of tablets just hours after the announcement was made in various websites! The number of WeChat users surely loved the promotional antics of Lazada that’s why the feedback has been good so far. Who wouldn’t be tempted to shop if it is done through WeChat’s interface, which is easy to navigate?
To further show their gratitude and appreciation to the loyal shoppers, Lazada is rewarding them with big discounts on best-selling items! The new promotion will give custimers the opportunity to purchase their favorite Lazada items via WeChat.
Download WeChat for Free and have the chance to purchase exciting ‘Best Deals’ from Lazada!
How to Follow Lazada in WeChat:
Shop conveniently through your mobile phone! Follow LazadaPH now on WeChat!
For more details, feel free to visit Lazada (http://www.lazada.com.ph) and WeChat (http://www.wechat.com). Ciao!
SHARP is definitely one of the most trusted brands in Asia as far as useful appliances and gadgets are concerned. In fact, I have a number of memories with our SHARP appliances while I was growing up.
I remember our SHARP TV Set that my parents bought when I was still in elementary. I love watching TV shows and movies as a kid yet at a young age, I was taught to balance my priorities in life. I need to finish ALL my assignments first before I am allowed to watch my favorite TV show. Our Sharp TV Set also played a major role in terms of family bonding since we would watch together in the living room on weekends with VHS rentals. My dad would prepare popcorn, buy some sodas the viola! Automatic Family Weekend!
Sharp's 100th Anniversary Campaign website https://share.sharp100years.com/
Being a student of a Special Science High School, we were required in majority of our subjects to bring scientific calculator with us. I ‘inherited’ my cousin’s Sharp Scientific Calculator after he graduated from his Commerce course. Even if I am already a ‘second-hand’ user of this device, it did help me a lot in my subjects. I even used it when I went to college!
We may not realize it, but we tend not to appreciate the things that makes our daily lives a bit more easier. Now that I do reminisce our old Sharp TV Set, VHS Player (inherited from a relative) and Scientific Calculator (inherited from my cousin), I can’t help but feel emotional.
I am packing my stuff for tomorrow! I’ll be returning to Dagupan City and this time, I am tagging some blogger friends with me for a seminar at my beloved alma mater, Lyceum-Northwestern University.
I’ve been invited as a speaker to several blogging events and most of the time, I am sharing my own insights on Basics of Blogging (Blogging 101) and Personal Blogging. Usually, I’d meet aspiring bloggers after each talk and i’d see them work on their own platforms a month after. The Philippine Blogging Community is indeed growing.