Being in a social network opened many doors for me, I made friends, got invited to free seminars and even helped in making my dream of starting an online business a reality. As an educator I use social networks to be always in touch with my students, make sure information disseminations is easy and swift to reach them in order to supplement what we learn inside the classroom.
I also use the social network to keep in touch with family and friends all over the world and to also easily communicate with colleagues. We can’t escape it, social networking is becoming the norm, a ways of life. It makes time and distance almost insignificant, long distance relationship bearable.
The event Social Networking and eBusiness Conference Philippines 2008 is a very significant event and reflects the signs of the times. It shows that social networking and eBusiness is here to stay and grow bigger in the years to come.
The conference is organized by Fiera de Manila Inc. and the DigitalFilipino.com Club and will be held at Hotel Intercontinental, Ayala Avenue, Makati City on May 20 and 21, 2008.
Why would I like to attend the conference?
I would like to attend the conference to meet people with the same beliefs like me that social networking is here to stay. As an educator, I would like to improve myself and in doing so it would enable me to spread and share the benefits of social networking to my students and the academe.
One of my objectives this summer is to teach my parents how to use the Internet, teach them to communicate with our relatives abroad through social network sites, teach them how to blog and reach out to people with their same interests and beliefs. And the conference would give me insights on how to reach out to people like my parents that as of now are technically challenged.
As an entrepreneur I would like to open more opportunities for my business and the conference would help me improve my business through Internet marketing, affiliate programs and business networking.
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