Friday, March 22, 2013

Infographic Resume Rising

Congratulations! Now that you have graduated on your chosen career after all the drama of school life. Now you are staring at your next step: Land a Job. Not just an ordinary job. A great job. The best job in the planet.

Typically, you would be preparing your application letter and your resume or your CV. Now, all you need is to spice up your LinkedIn profile and generate a great infographic using

More after the jump.

Friday, March 15, 2013

The Prospect of Native Advertising

So what is Native Advertising? 

According to Solve Media, "Native advertising is not advertorial... it contributes value to any page it graces by improving user experience and adding value for consumers." Solve Media further believes that "recent data confirms that publishers, agencies, marketers, and investors believe that native advertising is the fastest growing segment in the online advertising business."

Solve Media created this infographic to take a deeper look into this growing segment:

Are you enlightened now as to the prospect of native advertising?

Quench your thirst 30 times

Thank God it's Friday! TGIF!

Here are some cocktail mixes that you can share with your friends. I haven't tasted all of these. But I beg to disagree with the rendition of the Blow Job Shot. That's supposed to be a flaming drink and not topped with whipped cream.

Amuse your mind!

30 Shots

Friday, November 23, 2012

Compumatrix is Direct Selling of Retail Virtual Prepaid Cards

Online Services are now paid through
Compumatrix Prepaid Cards

How to differentiate a legitimate direct selling company from pyramiding using the 8-point Test?

1. Is there a product?

Yes. Compumatrix promotes the sale of virtual prepaid cards which can either be used to purchase products or services offered in our marketplace. The cards can also be used for purchasing digital marketing or online advertising service on site and the cards are also used to build your online store for selling virtual prepaid cards at retail price.

2. Are commissions paid on sale of products and not on registration/entry fees?

Yes. Compumatrix does not charge any registration or entry fee. You can start by purchasing a card to avail of credits to build your retail business or work by submitting content where you earn activity points which can be converted into credits needed to the same.

3. Is the intent to sell a product not a position?

Yes. Compumatrix focuses on the sale of products.

4. Is there no direct correlation between the number of recruits and compensation?

Yes. It doesn't matter if you invite friends or not. You are here to focus on your online business. You are on your own but at the same time guided by our team to be able to succeed in your Compumatrix business. Inviting members earns you points but it is not a requirement.

5. If recruitment were to be stopped today, will the participants still make money?

Yes. As mentioned above, you can earn from Compumatrix by either developing or contributing content or focusing on the sale of your products.

6. Is there a reasonable product return policy?

Yes. You may return any product which you have not used within a reasonable time for a refund.

7. Do products have fair market value?

Yes. Compumatrix products are sold at fair market value. One of the lowest there is to obtain digital marketing services. One of the lowest to start a business. One of the best programs to start a business by saving up by earning through our point system.

8. Is there a compelling reason to buy?

Yes. Buying Compumatrix products can lead you to a lot of things. You may either build your own retail business. You earn by advertising your products. You earn by generating content. You earn by promoting or selling online advertising spots. All of which are high-demand and high-growth industries.

The Direct Selling Industry created those questions above in order to determine whether a company like Compumatrix is a legitimate company.

Compumatrix Credits Only

How did Paypal, Alertpay, Payza, and other e-currencies or payment systems came into existence? It is simply because YOU demanded merchants to use it.

Like any other business, the main ingredient is NOT the company. It is the about the people requiring them to exist. Alternative Payment Systems such as the usage of e-currencies are still at its infancy.

According to Wikipedia, Money is any object or record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a given socio-economic context or country. The main functions of money are distinguished as: a medium of exchange; a unit of account; a store of value; and, occasionally in the past, a standard of deferred payment. Any kind of object or secure verifiable record that fulfills these functions can be considered money.

What makes your Compumatrix Credits valuable is quite simple. It's value came from things you spent: Cash, Time, Effort, Work, and Knowledge. It is a monetary system based on Trust and not on Debt.

Thereby, it is your ability to demand from merchants your preferred form of payment that makes this rather a very lucrative alternative and opportunity for any person who has it.

So start asking yourself: How did you earn 100,000 Compumatrix Credits which is worth $100,000? Was it worth your time and effort?

How will other people become part of our new economic platform? Is it not that the only way to become part of this new economy that we have created is through you? You are the retailers of these credits. You are the owners of credits where others may partake only if they exchange their products, services or cash into the credits used on our system.

Imagine a world that truly uses money out of something of trust and value and not from debt from banks or other financial institutions. We're on top of a breakthrough. We are at the forefront of creating a new economic frontier.

It is a crazy concept. But at least it is real and it is here.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Kudos to RA 10172, pero kulang!


This Act adds the following Authority to Correct Clerical or Typographical Error and Change of First Name or Nickname. – No entry in a civil register shall be changed or corrected without a judicial order, except for clerical or typographical errors and change of first name or nickname, the day and month in the date of birth or sex of a person where it is patently clear that there was a clerical or typographical error or mistake in the entry, which can be corrected or changed by the concerned city or municipal civil registrar or consul general in accordance with the provisions of this Act and its implementing rules and regulations.”

By definition, ‘Clerical or typographical error’ refers to a mistake committed in the performance of clerical work in writing, copying, transcribing or typing an entry in the civil register that is harmless and innocuous, such as misspelled name or misspelled place of birth, mistake in the entry of day and month in the date of birth or the sex of the person or the like, which is visible to the eyes or obvious to the understanding, and can be corrected or changed only by reference to other existing record or records: Provided, however, That no correction must involve the change of nationality, age, or status of the petitioner.”

It has been a clerical practice for those who are filling up the birth certificate to place those prefix "Baby Boy" and "Baby Girl" as a prefix to the First Name especially those born 1992 and earlier. This practice or habit of placing "Baby Boy" or "Baby Girl" in itself is a clerical error made by the concerned city or municipal civil registrar since there exists a field for the gender or sex of a person on the Birth Certificate. This MUST NOT require a person to file a court petition to change name when the name succeeding these prefixes are the ones legally used. This is simply and clearly a clerical error which can easily be corrected by the Local Civil Registrar, MCR or Consul General by letting the person covered by such circumstance to accomplish a Supplemental Report and NOT go through court proceeding requiring citizens to file a Petition to Change First Name which is both absurd and costly. The Government must acknowledge that such practice existed and may still be existing up to this point in time.

To read the NSO press release, click the link below:

To view R.A. 10172, click here.

I have also started a Petition to amend yet again the R.A. 10172.