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July 23, 2006

Contributing for PC Mag Philippines

I’ve been asked by the guys at PC Magazine Philippines to write a couple of articles on problogging and blog monetization. I’ll be joining the ranks of fellow bloggers like Migs, William, Gary and Mike though I think they are regular contributors already.

Writing a 1200-word article seemed a bit harder than doing four 300-word blog posts, so I’m putting more time with this one to be more thorough. Haven’t finished yet but I’m halfway there.

If you (a Filipino problogger) want to be included in the write-up and it’s okay to quote how much your earn from your problogging gigs, drop me a line.

If you have an extra hundred bucks, do grab a copy of PC Mag Philippines on it’s August issue to read my article.

This is my first time, so be gentle. :)


9 Responses to “Contributing for PC Mag Philippines”

  1. Sasha says:

    Congrats, Abe!

  2. Noemi
    Twitter: momblogger
    says:

    I look forward to your article and I will even promote it…a lot of bloggers are curious on how to earn. Congrats!

  3. Jaypee says:

    Too bad I can’t get a copy here in the US. If you can post your article here, it would be great. hehe. Anyways, God bless! :)

  4. jong says:

    ill grab one.. and share it with my friends

  5. Melissa says:

    good gig, Abe. Actually, am surprised na ngayon lang yan. A lot of people will learn a lot from you.

  6. Mike Abundo
    Twitter: MikeAbundo
    says:

    Go Abe!

  7. Migs
    Twitter: mparazgmail.com
    says:

    Great! My writing for PC Mag was just a one-off though… if you’ve noticed, I haven’t been writing much lately!

  8. KarL says:

    Hi Sir Abe, I was wondering if you have the contact details of PC Mag Philippines… The Mag was suspended but I think they’re still hosting tech-related activities and competitions for different universities in Manila and I need some information about the those.

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