Showing posts from October, 2012

Unique Articles

My life has been so very offline due to the numerous activities that we did for our church that's why I only receive less offers nowadays. Good thing there's still available opportunity for me which is not a hassle on my side since I only have to copy and paste the unique article given by my advertiser.  Talking about unique article, I have noticed that article marketing is one of the effective brand building on the internet. Although the success of the article marketing depends on the large extent on the quality of the content, it really helped in attracting visitors and promote your website in the search engine pages.  However, it is always better to post original articles with excellent content in order to make it to the top in search engines and become a major attraction for potential customers. This will help increase the popularity of your website and it will influence more visitors to do business with you.  Unique articles with fresh information lend credib

A BIG NO NO to The Cybercrime Law

The Cybercrime Law which was recently implemented here in the Philippines was the most talked about tough issue where the government faced a barrage of protests in the internet as the cybercrime law took effect that could see people given a long jail terms just by posting defamatory comments online. Anyone posting a libellous comment online, either on Facebook, Twitter or anywhere else, faces a maximum prison sentence of 12 years and a fine of one million pesos ($24,000). Whoa!  I think the Senators who signed and implemented this law cannot handle criticism. The implementation of the law took our fellow citizens back to the dark ages where the freedom of speech and expression were not recognized. Although there are many provisions of the cybercrime law that aims to fight a range of online crimes such as fraud, identity theft, spamming and child pornography but this one provision when one makes any libelous comments posted online which is a criminal offense is much tougher than t