Wish for the items you like with the All I Want Social Wishlist
Friends from Syntactics Inc. gave me a heads-up about their new mobile application called the All I Want Social Wishlist. This is an application that can be used online and via Google Play at the moment.
If you and your friends are using Facebook and signed up for the app with it, you will be able to follow and be followed by other people and have an idea what’s on their wishlist.
I tried the desktop version of the app and had an item be shown on my Facebook Wall. I think the best time to use this is when you have an organized activity where budgets can be sent so it will be more fun especially if you are doing exchange gifts and the likes.
From an online merchant perspective, it will be cool to use this app to post your items and encourage users to add it on their wishlist as well. This can help generate awareness about your product and make it easy for folks to order it should the opportunity or need arises. Merchants can add the “want it” button for this.
For graduating students, I think this will be a cool app to use and make a wish from your loved ones to celebrate it with you. But of course, I encourage you to use it in a practical manner as well. :)
Becoming The Next Social Media Superstar
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Social Media is easy. It is true; it is easy to get it all wrong. It is easy to be a social media sensation and have your five minutes of fame, but becoming the next social media superstar takes a lot of work.
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On November 22, we are having an online One Internet Day event to help encourage support to families in the Philippines affected by typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda. We encourage our friends in the international community to share their expertise on this day and donate for a good cause.
When Anderson Cooper guested on the Late Night Show with #DavidLetterman, these are the few things he said:
1)Nobody had food, nobody had water
2)People died, people died of broken legs that got infected
3)it is an honor to be there, to be able to give voice to people who don’t have a voice, who don’t have access to power
4)The strength of people is extraordinary
(kindly share to friends) On November 22, we are having an online One Internet Day event to help encourage support to families in the Philippines affected by typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda.
International speakers will give talks on Social Media Trends in China, Making LinkedIN work for your business, and Search Marketing Tactics for 2014.
Details at http://digitalfilipino.com/ai1ec_event/one-internet-day-typhoon-haiyan-yolanda-affected-families-reliefph/?instance_id
The Philippines is in a collective state of shock and sorrow. But we are all getting together in our efforts to help our fellow Filipinos in any way we can. Information is so vital these days. Fortunately, information from devastated areas are coming in. Now, it’s our…
What Makes Triton Different?
Triton Dragon Boat Racing Team is under the Philippine Dragonboat Federation along with the other local club crews in Manila. Mr. Aniceto Fontanilla, team’s president, better known as “Sir Nick” to his friends and colleagues shares some insights regarding the team.
There are the three key ideas that Sir Nick provided. First, Triton is a team that is internally composed of different teams and networks – He stresses that the team welcomes other groups and association to network with the team. Some of them include the Philippine Air Force (PAF), Team Titans (a team of running enthusiasts), FITFIL & METAFIT (local fitness group that focuses on circuit training) and Adamson University (university in Manila). “We do not ask them to dismantle their principles as a team … we want to come together as one based on certain principles of dragonboating” he says.
Second, Triton has a social responsibility to National Athletes – what sets apart the team from others is the social responsibility the team has for future National Athletes or ex-national athletes. Support includes allowances, basic needs and different forms of support possible - this is what the team considers as an important mission.
And lastly, Triton is not just a team; it is a community. The paddlers come from different backgrounds with different professions yet share the common interest of the sport.
He also says that in this federation, every team would definitely want to be different from each other. Though all the teams are united under the federation through objectives, passion, and commitments - it is a matter of how the team marks society and makes a difference. As sir Nick puts it: “…we want to make ourselves [Triton] different even if we are all the same and all united”. Sir Nick urges you to join and try dragon boating, share the experiences the paddlers have and be a part of Triton Dragon Boat Racing Team.
Triton Trainings : Saturday and Sunday 6:30 am ‘til 9:00 am, Wednesday and Friday 4:45 am ‘til 6:00 am at the North Parking of Manila Ocean Park.
For inquiries, please contact 0917-880-2174 or like our Facebook page.