Love iBlog 2

Great learning, great networking at iBlog 2.

I was fascinated by ways where I can use all these freebie tools such as blog metrics, RSS, Word Press.  And the people–kindred spirits, they are! The blog community is a community of practitioners, so passionate about blogging. Real wisdom from the sages and the A-listers.

Here are my striking words from this Summit :

Mike Abundo of Information Narcosis–Shameless self-promotion, purple cows, shishkebabs, Flicker, tags; Word Press? "I'm tempted".

Dean Alfar on Creative Writing Blogging time frame–Remember the past, write today, and do NOTE fear tomorrow (Dean, kudos.  You just showed us that a Palanca Award Winner can write a book of 50k words in 30 days, using the blog and this method)

And again from Dean: "How can you grow as a writer if you play in the sandbox of another writer's imagination?"

Zarah Gagatiga of Love a Librarian–51.5% of bloggers are 13-19 years old; information literacy; using blog activities for classroom teaching and learning

Probloggers:

  • Abe O. of Yugatech –Google Ad Sense; highest revenue by a Pinoy problogger–P  85,000/month PER BLOG for independent bloggers ; Blog work–1 to 2 hours/ day, 2 posts per blog
  • J. Angelo Racoma  of Forever Geek: Blogging can help you find a job, expand your horizons; your blog is your online portfolio. Problogging is just like any career, you can move companies and you can even get pirated.
  • Charo Nuguid of the Geekette SpeakethMetrics, metrics, metrics. Blog viewers are more active on Tuesdays, least active on Saturdays. They read in the morning and clickety-click at night.  Internet marketing on Orange and Bronze.
  • Marc Macalua of SEO Philippines— marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), keywords, keywurds, keywrds
  • Manuel Viloria–self-regulation in blog posts

Met fellow blog enthusiasts: Manuel Viloria, Adrian Sison, Gladys, Jerry Polence, Melvz, Janette Toral, Leo

Missed: All about podcasting. But thanks to Charo N. for the e-mail advice on what this is, and how to do it.

Let's keep the conversation going.  Looking forward to iBlog3!

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About Maita Siquijor

Trustee (2008-2010), PAREB-Muntinlupa Real Estate Board; full-time real estate practitioner, digital marketer, blogger; seminar speaker/advocate for IT literacy in real estate; e-learning consultant and facilitator

Posted on April 20, 2006, in Blog Metrics, Blogging. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Hey! Nice meeting you at the summit. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Hi, Yuga. Great meeting you too. Loved your insights on pro-blogging. May I invite you to be one of my guest bloggers here?

  3. Great to meet you too. Thank you for supporting iBlog2 and hope you can participate again next year. Keep in touch! =)

  4. After seeing your blog, I’m even more tempted. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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