Hi and thanks for visiting! You probably arrived here from the Manuel Viloria Twitter page. Allow me to share a few things with you…
I’m Manuel, born and raised here in Metro Manila, Philippines, and I enjoy helping people make productive and profitable use of the internet. I graduated from the University of the Philippines with a degree in Business Administration and Accountancy, taught for a few years at the UP College of Business Administration, and later joined the corporate world where I gained experience in financial analysis, investor relations, and business development. I’m now working as an IT Project Manager focused on Internet Development in one of the leading food and beverage companies in the Philippines.
Okay, let’s get back to Productivity and the Internet…. I have a lot of friends who are wondering how they can make money online, or how they can attract more traffic to their web sites or blogs, so I write articles or even publish tutorials for them and also for you:
Make Money Online: Lesson 0
If you’re a beginner who wants to know how to make money online, then welcome to this series of tutorials on how to do just that. Before we begin with Lesson 1, however, let’s start at a point even before the first step a lot of us take when we rush into this thing called the internet.
MMO Lesson 1
I’m glad to know that after reading and completing the steps in Making Money Online Lesson 0, you are excited to continue on your make money online journey. Here is a key step that will help you start your online business smoothly…
MMO Lesson 2
Now that you have a domain name, the next step in your make money online journey is to find a home (or a web host) for your domain name, and to fill up that site with content. Be prepared, though, for the road is filled with… reading material. For example, I highly recommend you install (or have someone install) a WordPress blog in your site. Here’s where to place it, and why…
The internet is not just about business, internet marketing, or ebooks. If you’re interested in learning a new language (such as the one used in the Philippines), then sample my Learn to Speak Tagalog podcast.
Okay, that’s it for now. Again, thank you for visiting and I look forward to reading your tweets in Twitter! 🙂
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