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Internet Marketing and ERP Seminars - An Invitation to All Filipino Marketers and Business Owners

An Introduction
As a Filipino worker in the last 7 years, I happened to see the needs of this country in terms of knowledge and skills in the field of business, entrepreneurship and technology. Many cannot afford the cost of putting up a business, the price of upgrading professional career thru higher education programs, and market value of computing devices such as computers, smartphones, and other means of communication. What I realized when I began exploring the internet world several years ago is that there are thousands of FREE things that we can find and use at least for our personal improvement, if not for business. Take for example the Wikipedia, an open source website. This a huge repository of information, ideas, and tips on whatever field of interest you have in mind. Google is a tremendous resource of almost everything under the sun. It has several application programs that you can use without spending even a single centavo. The rise of the social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, it was like a phenomenal success of companies aiming to connect people the easiest ways possible. In the Philippines, we may be up to date on the internet trends, but most of us are unable to see the long-term benefits of maximizing the FREE internet resources.

Who Am and Why I am Inviting You?
My name is Noriel Panganiban, a Filipino entrepreneur and worker. I am enthusiastic about sharing my ideas in my mind - opening up the FREE things to you that should be grabbed while they are at this status. Yes, I will be asking for a seminar fee but I can guarantee you that you will consider it as an investment and not as spending. FREE things are actually acquired by investing time and resources, if not money. You cannot equate FREE to good luck. When you buy an item and there is a promo stating that you can get a free mug or pen, you still need to buy that item. In business, if you want a worry-FREE security, you need to invest time, money and resources to achieve this objective. You will sometimes hear the statement "Nothing in this world is FREE". That is not true. FREE is actually a marketing term, even FREEDOM - if you remember slavery in the early days of the United States of America. FREEDOM has a price on top of it. If you are lucky, you may or may not invest time, money and resources. Winning the lottery can still be considered as not lucky because you invest money to gamble. A sure good luck is when you survive a lightning strike.

This is an invitation for you to learn in-depth the modern guides to business. You will surely benefit from this seminar, in a long-term basis. Read the full details below.

We offer Topics on Seminars that are engaging and useful. You didn't just listen. You will certainly know what to do next after we leave the room.

On the Photo: The Resource Speaker and His Wife


Here’s what you’ll be paying for the talk. Email me at norielpanganiban@gmail.com and let’s make it happen.

Topic 1: Internet Marketing Defined
We will define here the new internet technology, the modern marketing methods and the present-day thinking of the people about these technologies.

Topic 2: Websites on the Internet – As Seen from a Marketing Perspective
We are to explain here 3-5 different types of website (SNS, Blog site, Search Engine, Web Hosting, Recreational) and their commonalities.

Topic 3: Components of Internet Advertising – Advertiser, Publisher, Customer
We would like to elaborate here the roles, objectives and investment strategies of these components.

Topic 4: In Depth Understanding of Advertisements – Buy and Sell
We want to explain the Pay-per-Action Principle and the Affiliate Marketing Principle.

Topic 5: How Google Works? – The Dictator of Internet Marketing Trends
We want to dissect and make clear understanding about Google as a Search Engine (Drive Traffic is the Key), as a Marketplace of Apps, as a Provider of Free Internet Tools (Gmail, Chrome, Maps, Sites, Google+) with respect to internet marketing.

Topic 6: How Social Networking Sites Work? – People do Socialize
We will explain how Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter makes millions of dollars from us.

Topic 7: How to Make Money Online? - Market Your Products and Services Online
We will fully discuss here the basic business tools required on the internet market (Web Page, Email, Payment System)

Topic 8: Success Stories that Will Inspire You to Start with Internet Marketing
We will discuss briefly how eBay and Amazon becomes the top e-stores today.

Topic 9: Let’s Make it Happen – Project Noriel’s Project on You
We will request attendees to explore Odesk.com, Elance.com and Freelancer.com, sign up on their preferred one, make the best profile and start bidding online. Introduce Project Noriel’s services on buy and sell. Encourage them to make their own blogsite, fan page, e-stores, website and advertise for free.

Topic 10: More Tips on Internet Marketing
We will discuss future trends, how to endure the challenge (your niche) and when to give up. We will ask participants to raise 5-10 closing questions.


These topics on this specific seminar will be discussed for 7 - 8 hours. Each topic will be discussed in about 30 – 45 minutes. Participants are allowed to raise 4-5 questions per topic. Having a quite and organize environment, learning and excitement is guaranteed.

We are requesting for a seminar fee of Php300.00 per participant but this is still negotiable depending on the number of attendees. We can accommodate from a minimum of 50 up to 300 participants in this one day session.

We highly recommend this seminar to college studentswho are on their 3rd and higher years. This is also applicable to people and organizations who are planning to or are already engage with business and entrepreneurship. Send us your inquiry now.

For more information about this seminar, please go to this page:
http://www.projectnoriel.com/professional-services/training-and-seminar


More About the Speaker
Noriel Panganiban is the founder of Project Noriel Online Marketing Group. His more than 7 years combined work experience as a freelance internet marketer and technical writer on several online companies and procurement engineer and inventory management supervisor in multinational semiconductor and telecommunication companies highly motivated him to become a resource speaker on topics related to these fields. Practicing the Business Consultant role, his expertise revolves around Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Internet Marketing (IM) and Supply Chain Management (SCM). He managed to integrate all these business aspects into this website, www.projectnoriel.com.

Noriel is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE) in Batangas State University, the Philippines. He is a diverse type of person – blogger, athlete, singer, pet lover, web designer, article writer, home designer, nature lover, and more. He read articles on HowStuffWorks, eHow, Wikipedia and National Geographic magazines. Reading non-fiction eBooks is one of his past times. You will learn a lot of things from him. He strongly believes that Filipinos can still make the Philippines a first-world country. Visit his personal blog site to learn more about him and his vision for the Philippines.



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