18 February 2008

A healthy breakfast EB

Last week, I received an SMS from Doc Emer informing me of a breakfast EB in Makati. Well, I'm not exactly a morning and breakfast person but I said I will make extra effort to attend for the love of blogkadahan.

A day before Valentine's, I was rushing off for the EB venue, a bit late (well ok, it was more than 30 minutes) but I was glad they were still in the middle of breakfast when I arrived. After a few minutes, we were sipping coffee (or juice) and enjoying the morning company with topics ranging from Google pagerank to blog monetization. It was an enlightening and fun breakfast meeting overall. I wish meetings were all like that.

Thanks everyone for the company!


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100,000 Hurrahs!
I was mildly surprised when I noticed last week that my visitor count was already near the 100,000 mark! Because of the breakfast meeting, I got newfound inspiration to further spice up my blogs and hopefully get some extra moolah from it (after all, who doesn't want extra budget to fund our little cappriccios in life?) And while removing buttons and links that lead to nowhere, I noticed my statcounter. Yipee! 100,000 visits in a little over three years. Wow. Has it been that long?

So, in looking for an excuse to celebrate (for after all, I haven't celebrated my blog's anniversary for three years), I have decided to celebrate 100,000 visits by giving a Baguio gift item to three lucky visitors. What those items are, I don't know yet... I'll be asking my wife to help me look around.

Joining is simple. Just write a comment to this post, let me know what you like most about this blog, and what your favorite article here is and why. So that there will be no bias, I will ask my wife to choose the top 3 winners. Deadline for commenting is Feb 23, or when my statcounter reaches the 100,000 mark, whichever comes later.

Thank you all for sharing your time and stories!

14 comments:

  1. 100,000 visitors? That's pretty good. My blog is only about a year younger than yours and I've only got about 10,000 hits. Congrats on reaching six figures. ;)

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  2. Wil: I just checked and it's now at 100,058. I still can't believe I have reached that number already. Or is it just OC-me checking out my blog occasionally? hahaha

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  3. WOW six figures? sana piso bawat visitor no? hehehe congratulations! it's been a long time na rin pala since my first visit here, i think it was your post on Puerto Galera (the one with Sadako?) or something puerto galera that i wrote my first comment? and i also bookmarked your Oh My Gulay post, for future references hehe. :)

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  4. Zherwin: Last year kami nag Puerto Galera. About OMG: it makes me wonder what time they open because we found it closed two times already. We don't know who to ask there. Yung guard, di rin alam e. Darn.

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  5. Anonymous5:33 am

    watson! thanks for the payong :)

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  6. See you on the next breakfast! Kudos on reaching beyond 100,000 visitors!

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  7. Mari: Uy umuulan ngayon, magagamit mo na! :-)

    Doc: thanks, and see you again soon!

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  8. Bakit si Dr. E lang ang hindi candid ang kuha? Hehehehehe. :D

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  9. Nick, salamat din sa payong. hehe! Natawa ako sa pic ko. ang kulet! hehe!

    Ang laki na ng bid sa project wonderful mo ah. :-)

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  10. Toni: ah eh.... parang hindi, pero candid yan! :-)

    Apol: you're welcome! 6 cents? hehehe!

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  11. Oh wow...congrats! I think I'm late, Anywhoo...I like your blog because (although I lag in my visits)you feature stories about Baguio. I like yor photos and the scenic snaps you share with your readers on your travels plus all the food trippings ofcouse. I am glad I discovered your blog. I remember your entry on the Panagbenga and I really liked the landscape photos you published.

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  12. Ito nga pala ang entry ko sa contest:

    I like it when you write about Baguio. Through this blog, we've come to get to know this home of yours. I don't have one favorite Baguio post, but those that I recall fondly are all Baguio-related. There's the entry you submitted to the Oh My Gulay Lasang Pinoy carnival, the food you eat in Baguio, reuniting with family on weekends. They're homey posts, and that's why I like them!

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  13. Leah: thanks! Glad to know you like my stories!

    Toni: Ah oo. That's one reason why I made the food blog. To highlight.. ..food. hehehe!

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  14. Hi Watson. Wow, 100,000 ++ visitors. That's a wonderful milestone.

    Nice to know that you had a wonderful time with blog friends.

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