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11 Things I Learned in the Digital Influencers Marketing Summit

I was one of the attendees in the Digital Influencers Marketing Summit held in SM Cebu last November 24, 2012. It was one great and meaningful event and was participated by big industry players in the world wide web.

The whole event took place the whole day. With 7 hours of information bombarding, I was able to capture 11 important things that really impressed on me.

Digital Influencers Marketing Summit at SM Cebu on November 24, 2012

An event that aims to empower entrepreneurs, marketers, and advertisers with insights on working with influencers and brand advocates.

Digital Influencers Marketing Summit will take place at SM Cebu Conference room. Mark your calendar on the 24th of November.



The blogger and owner of DigitalFilipino.com, Janette Toral, is one of the speakers in this event. She will be joined by prominent digital leaders in the country.



The event is targeting bloggers, social media influencers and brand advocates. 

The event’s agenda are as follows: Bloggers as Influencers and Brand Advocates with Fleire Castro, as the speaker, and to be joined by panelists Kevin Ray Chua and Rabsin De La CruzKeynote Talk: Elance.com Case Study by Orville H. TadleHitting Page 1: How Influencers and Brand Advocates are Shaping Search Engine Results by Ruben Licera Jr. and panelist, Tof SalcedoBlogging and Social Media Influence in the 2013 Elections by Janette ToralBuilding Relationship wit…

Every Plucked String is a Melody - A Harpist in Cebu

One of the least played stringed instruments in the Philippines is the harp. Finding a harpist is like finding a pearl in the ocean. And, I was able to find that kind of pearl a couple of days back.

I was at Parkmall in Cebu looking for something to buy. As I was walking down the center aisle of the place, I heard a sweet smooth sound coming from a harp.

I never thought twice to capture every melody.


Sorry about the audio. It was captured using a cellphone. :)
As soon as the harpist ended his set, I approached him and asked for his name. He is Ronnie CustaƱos. He is not a schooled musician and learned every note from his father. He has been playing the instrument for over 18 years.

I was very glad to have met with such brilliant talent.



"Mao ra gyud ni nga stringed instrument ang imong makita sa Bible" -Ronnie CustaƱos-








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