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Tnomeralc Web Design Toys Challenge For The Win!

After two months of blogging, link building, forum posting, bookmarking and all, Claremont Designs finally declared our Tnomeralc Web Design Toys entry as the grand winner for the Tnomeralc Web Design Toys SEO Challenge! 

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Final Results of the Tnomeralc Web Design Toys SEO Challenge

To be honest, I never really imagined myself joining any SEO contest similar to this. Yes, I did participate in some writing projects (emerging influential blogs, filipina, pinoy vlogging etc.) and blog contests, but never in a SEO contest.

I first heard about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) from my Kuya Nyok named Jehzeel. He taught me some techniques and stuff, but due to my laziness and exclusive interest in Personal and Entertainment blogging, i never had the chance to practice nor do some more research about SEO. I was also a bit scared because I heard some stories from other SEO practitioners and it seems like they’re discouraging me. I dunno. On the other hand, my dear kuya nyok is a person full of positive energy and he did help me out (though i never understood some of the terms he was telling me).

Last February, my nyok friend Winston informed me that he is reinventing his blog Nitropixel into a SEO Tutorial blog. Winston is a certified internet marketing specialist with clients from the US and Singapore, his favorite. We have a number of projects together (Pinoy Fans Club etc) and some are still on the pending list. He gave some tips on optimization and i admit that 50% of the time, i’m not really paying attention at all.

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Short Pampanga Trip of Bloggers with Auction.ph

Last Thursday, Jehzeel asked me if I would like to join them in the Inaguration of the new chairman of Auction.ph in Pampanga. I was a bit hesitant and torn between working at the office to get more offset credits and enjoying my weekend with the bloggers. Obviously, I chose the latter.

I was almost late when I arrived in the meeting place. I was happy to see Eric, Ederic, Jonel, Bong and later on Jehzeel. Together with the rest of the Auction.ph crew, we went to Clark, Pampanga.

I was surprised when I found out that the company is owned by Koreans. All the while I taught Auction is originally a Filipino company. It was a formal event and everyonewas in their smart casual attires.

It was my first time to attend a somewhat exclusive event that is comprised of Filipino and Korean officers. The Filipino Host spoke in english and later on, the Korean conterpart interprets everything.

The thing that I like most in the program is the AVP’s of the Korean officers. AVP’s of the career of the CEO of Auction Korea and the new chairman is rather inspiring than intimidating.

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