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Paano at Bakit Kailangan Bumili ng Domain

Why do you need a domain? A Filipino blogger's tip for new Filipino bloggers. Written in Filipino.

Bakit kailangan ng domain?

Matagal na akong blogger na nagsimula pa noong 2006. Dati rati, ok lang sa akin ang walang domain. Happy na ako sa dannybuntu.blogspot.com.

Ano ang domain?

Ito ang pangalan ng iyong blog o website. Halimbawa: "kuripotako.com"

Ayaw kong bumili ng domain dati, dahil hindi ko alam kung paano bumili at wala rin naman akong pera. Sa katunayan ay mura lang ang iba sa mga ito. Nasubukan ko na ring bumili na ang pinakamababa ay $2 o halos P100 lang. Pero may promo noon at gumamit ako ng "coupon code" o discount code.

Ngayon wala na akong makitang ganong presyo. Karaniwan ang ordinary na domain (tulad ng mga nagtatapos sa .com) ay umaabot ng $10.67 USD o halos P500.

Saan makakabili ng domain?

Maraming pwedeng pagbilihan ng domain. Bahala ka kung saan mo gusto.

1. name.com
2. namecheap.com
3. panabee.com
4. enom.com
5. godaddy.com
6. dot.ph para sa m…

The Last Post

If you've been a Blogger blogger ever since the glory days when blogs were cool then you would have joined Blogger's Friend Connect. This is where you'll see the posts of the blogs you followed way back in the beginning - when life was just.... different.

I've followed several blogs back then mainly for a particular post but never really got around to reading their later posts.

Today as I was resting, keeping quietand doing some electronic housekeeping, I chanced upon some of the blogs I followed from the wonder years.

Most of them just stopped. Abandoned blogs floating around with mundane, mysterious or even cryptic last posts. Some of them moved on to greener pastures and are now even writers for Huffington Post. Jonha!

Yet some stopped with very cryptic pieces. Short, concise and straight to the point without giving any details.

Last blog posts like: "Something went wrong."

Freakish huh?

Indeed I would have stopped myself, but organizing my halo-halo thoug…

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I was blessed by a relative who held the Youth Camp of their church group here in Virginia’s Garden.

This is and was my goal and vision for this place and it feels very heartening and encouraging to see the throngs of youth, getting to know themselves, helping out in cleaning the garden, knowing Christ and just having fun with nature. To Ralph and Tito Raffy, maraming salamat po and wow, just wow.


After the event, a nice young woman from the group named Wendy then approached me and gave me a book written by John Rodica (@JohnRodica). It was entitled, “8 Simple Tips for Young Entrepreneurs”. 
Today as I was cleaning the pool while watching my kids take a swim, I finally found the time to finish reading it.



It was a very easy read and an uplifting one. His humorous, personal and positive approach to entrepreneurship is refreshing and is good to recommend for the youths of today. I recommend it even to the seasoned entrepreneurs who are still finding their niche and their passion in …