Wednesday, December 15, 2010

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AdWords is 10: Tell 'em your story, my AdWords successful business (hi)story is still being drafted

I entered this; you, too, can upload your story, for posterity:

"I am journalist Marc Guerrero - an exponent of the next "in" thing in media: "Journalism with Compassion."

I do business in Manila and across Southeast Asia as Marc Guerrero Communications Inc.

My startup media boutique is engaged in media management, media marketing communications, advocacy public relations and transformative technologies development.

I am trying AdWords now, actually, for the past few months already. But I am not getting through, Oh so successfully, for some technical reasons as a newby in online advertising.

I believe, however, that eventually (meaning, in the coming weeks, months, years) AdWords will greatly help my media entrepreneurship beyond my business expectations.

Marc Guerrero Communications Inc, in fact, can be the next "Googly" in my part of the globe.

Truth is, I have just blogged about AdWords turning 10 in

It's titled:

"AdWords is 10: Tell 'em your story, my AdWords 'successful business (hi)story' is still being drafted."

AdWords' runup to its 11th anniversary in November 2011 will not be complete without me, my business and my CSRs on its roster."

Nearly 200 days back...

President Noynoy Aquino just did as we somewhat proposed, I confided in a buzz-off long ago to Manolo Quezon, a grandson of the Philippine Commonwealth President (classmate of my grandfather's, at the 400-year old University of Santo Tomas) and one of the many speech consultants of P-Noy.

The 15th President of the Republic of The Philippines "took his oath of office," more meaningfully, to 20 volunteers from the ordinary people's sectors via a Commitment to Change pledge, thus:


"Pilipino ako.

"Namamanata ako na tutulong ako sa aking pamunuan,
Sa pagtataguyod ng marangal na pamamahala,
Sa pagpapalakas ng isang lipunang makatarungan,
At sa pagpapatingkad ng ating demokrasya,
Upang guminhawa ang pinakamamahal nating bayang Pilipinas.

"Gagampanan ko ang lahat ng katungkulan ng isang mabuting mamamayan
Na kasing-tindi ng paghamon ko sa aking mga pinuno
Na sumunod sa landas na matuwid.

"Makikipagkapit-bisig ako sa aking kapwa Pilipino
Sama-sama nating babaguhin ang takbo ng kasaysayan
Upang umiral ang kagandahang loob.

"Ipinangangako ko ito, sa ngalan ng aking mga ninuno at mga apo.

"Patnubayan nawa ng Poong Maykapal ang sambayanan."

EARLIER, second President Aquino took a "more traditional" oath of office before Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines Conchita Carpio-Morales at high noon of the 30th of June 2010 in the Quirino Grandstand of the Rizal Park in Manila.

This offbeat presidential oathtaking was reminiscent of the decision of his mother, Cory Aquino, who in 1986, was sworn into the presidency by Associate Justice Claudio Teehankee.

Son Noynoy Aquino refused to allow Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines Renato Corona to swear him into office, due to Aquino's opposition to the midnight appointment of Corona by outgoing President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

Months before the June 30th Inaugural, we proposed that Noynoy Aquino took his oath before 21 multisectoral representatives of the Filipino people at EDSA. Thank you for sharing your inaugural space with ordinary Filipinos. Pagpalain ang matuwid mong nilalandas!

Thursday, May 13, 2010

President-elect Noynoy Aquino may take his oath of office before 21 representatives of various sectors in Philippine society by Marc Guerrero

BENIGNO SIMEON COJUANGCO AQUINO III, 15th President-elect of the Republic of The Philippines after Emilio Famy Aguinaldo (and not including their predecessors Manuel Luis Quezon, Andres Bonifacio and Jose Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonzo Realonda et al), may take his oath of office on the 30th of June 2010 not necessarily before the (until May the 17th) Supreme Court Chief Justice Reynato Puno nor his successor (if Gloria Macapagal Arroyo will have her way), the next High Court CJ Renato Corona.

Noynoy Aquino as President may swear allegiance to The Philippines, to our flag and to the 100 million Filipino people in the country and in 100 countries that he will do “his utmost best” by the blessings of God and his heroic parents (Ninoy and Cory Aquino) before 21 “ordinary Filipino” representatives symbolizing 21 sectors that comprise Philippine society in the 21st century.

This is in keeping with the spirit, essence, substance, style and form of the First EDSA People Power Revolution in 1986 that catapulted a housewife into power which equalized a 20-year martial reign by a strongman.

Members of the High Tribunal together with the Archbishop of Manila and all the spiritual leaders of all religions or Faiths that keep our nation alive plus the nine presidential candidates who did not make it to the polls, may serve as great “witnesses” to the Aquino inaugural.

Pangulong Noynoy Aquino may enjoin all other winning candidates in the generally peaceful first automated-counting national and local elections of the 10th of May 2010 from vice president, senators, congressmen, governors, mayors down to the line of councilors, partylisters and all to take their respective oaths of office with him before the 21 sectoral representatives on June 30.

Presidente Noynoy Aquino Inaugural organizers may do the oath-taking not in Luneta or Malakanyang but at the Our Lady of Peace church in the corner of EDSA and Ortigas Avenue, the seat where “Freedom President of The Philippines” Cory Aquino and Jaime Cardinal Sin used to inspire people.

In the spirit of genuine reconciliation, the Aquino Inaugural organizers may have to make sure that Cielo Macapagal Salgado is there, Imelda, Imee and Bongbong Marcos are there, President Fidel Valdez Ramos and family are there, Joseph Ejercito Estrada, Loi Ejercito, Guia Gomez, Jinggoy Estrada, JV Ejercito and family are there, and the whole clan of Gloria Macapagal Arroyo will be there to show the whole wide world that “ours is a working democracy,” that has the great potential to become “better than America’s or Great Britain’s.”

Heads of states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, including, perhaps, US State Secretary Hillary Clinton or Al Gore representing Barack Obama and other leading lights of circa-21 democracies may grace the Aquino inaugural together with the members of the diplomatic corps in Manila.

With such a noble and novel inaugural idea that goes along the tradition of the spirit of the first EDSA, “all is well that ends well.”

And then we can move on, move up and move to the right direction… faster than the speed of thought. If we can pack up in six years or 12 the 900-year democratic reconscientization processes before the French people acquired their Liberte, the better for the millions of Manny Villar’s mga batang paslit sa putikan.#