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Philippines ranked #27 on Google+

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 26, 2011

Well, that's according to FindPeopleonPlus.com which tracks over 4.4 million Google+ users since the service went online a couple of weeks back. A week ago, we weren't event in the top 30. FindPeopleonPlus has already indexed about 6,148 Google+ users from or based in the Philippines (taken from their profiles). Hong Kong (8,000), Thailand (8,700), Vietnam (10,000) and Indonesia (12,00) are still ahead of us but it shouldn't be long 'til we climb to the top 10 (I guess people should also start adding Philippines in their Google Profiles). It's also a bit odd that even the list of Filipinos…

Watch out for Google Philippines!

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: October 16, 2006

There was an entry at PTB about Google hiring Country Representatives for the Philippines over a year ago. That ad was there for the longest time and I thought it's because either no one's applying for such a high position or Google is just to picky. So, I was surprised when Marc told me about his email correspondence with this lady who's apparently the Philippine Marketing Manager (of sorts) for Google. He confirms the story here and posted job openings too. And I thought if ever they did open an office here, it would be to get some Adsense rep…

Google Philippines officially launches StreetView, Trekker

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: January 28, 2014

Back in November, we reported the a Google StreetView Car was spotted along EDSA, noting the possibility of StreetView to be available locally . Today Google Philippines is formally launching Google Street View. The event is still ongoing so few details are available as of the moment. Google is also introducing the Trekker which is a backpack with 15 camera lenses for 360 degree panorama shots. Hot tip to @tjmanotoc.

Google Philippines formally opens local office

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: January 23, 2013

Google Philippines has formally opened their local office today and announced their first country manager, a position that's been open since mid-2011. The Country Manager for the Philippines position was posted in July 2011 but the assignment was based in Singapore. In 2012, they were able to find a candidate (Narciso Reyes, formerly of AdMax/Komli Ad Network) and by late last year, they've built a team to operate the local office. The Philippine office is the 5th office in South East Asia where Google has local presence. The local team is composed of veteran folks from Yahoo! Philippines, Rappler.com, and…

What to expect from the Google office in the Philippines

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: January 24, 2013

When Google announced their local office in the Philippines yesterday, there was a lot of buzz that followed as the search giant sets its eyes on the country. But what does it really mean to have a local Google Philippines office? Just like several other multi-national companies, Google Philippines will primarily be a sales-driven team. This is the same case with Intel PH, Microsoft PH, Apple PH and even Yahoo! PH (although Yahoo! PH also has huge editorial team for localized content). That means focus on Google Adwords, their advertising platform, will be a primary concern and the Google PH…

Google’s Public Alert now warns Philippines of typhoons

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: November 13, 2014

Published at Google Asia Pacific Blog, the company announced that they teamed up with PAGASA to give warning to Filipinos when a typhoon is entering the PAR. The idea is to give people details and tips on what to do as well as where best to go when these calamities happen. The blog recognizes the fact that our country has been a magnet for storms and typhoons due to its geographical location. Averaging 20 tropical storms per year, we definitely could use some extra help when a typhoon threatens us. This is why Google  launched the Public Alerts here in the Philippines

Google Play Books now available in the Philippines

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: September 26, 2013

If you're an Android user, you might have noticed something new on the Play Store today as Google has just brought Play Books to more countries around the world including the Philippines. Google Play Books is an e-Book reader and Google's one stop shop for Android users who crave digital books. Play Books includes new releases, New York Times best sellers, up-and-coming authors, and free books. Currently Google has five more content services that are not available in the country: Movies, TV shows, Magazines, Music, and Music All Access. {source}

Nokia beats Apple, Google as top brand in Philippines

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: July 15, 2011

A recent survey by Nielsen and Campaign revealed that Nokia is the top brand in the Philippines, across all markets (not just tech), beating Apple and Google. The report, published last month (full story requires paid subscription here) puts Nokia as the #1 favorite brand in the country. The top 10 brands that made it to the list are the ff. Top 10 Favorite Brands Nokia - 84% Nescafe - 80% Lucky Me - 75% Energizer - 73% Jollibee - 65% Selecta - 57% C2 - 51% Gatorade - 51% Cobra - 49% SM Malls - 49% Interestingly, Nokia is…

Google Launches Android One in the Philippines

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: February 17, 2015

Today marks the official arrival of Android One in the country. For the uninitiated, Android One is Google’s global initiative to bring low-cost and respectable smartphone in developing countries such as India, Indonesia and Philippines. As part of the Android One program, the search giant teams up with two of the most popular local smartphone brands namely Cherry Mobile and MyPhone. In line with this, Google and its two partner brands have launched the Cherry Mobile One and MyPhone Uno. Apart from bringing quality hardware to Filipinos with the help of their partner manufacturers, Google has also teamed up with…

Google changing lives in the Philippines

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: April 1, 2006

A recent article of USA Today's Tech section entitled "Google's hidden payroll" states that Google's Adsense program has greater effects in 3rd world countries such as the Philippines. Anyone with a site is eligible, and Web forums are awash in success stories of small online entrepreneurs placing ads on their sites, sitting back, and watching checks from Google roll in. But it is Web entrepreneurs in the developing world who are reaping the greatest benefit from the program. A lot of successful cases have been shared in the official Adsense Success Stories and hundreds of thousands more worldwide with a…