Siraniko and Ferdinand Agor nominate Mar Roxas 2010 Blog as one of the emerging influential blogs of 2008

I would like to thank Siraniko of Siraniko's Box and Ferdinand Agor of Reporting Ferdinand Yim for nominating this blog as one of their Top 10 Emerging Influential Blogs of 2008, a writing project initiated by Ma'am Janette Toral to identify new and emerging blogs that are making an impact to its readers in 2008. These are blogs that started anytime from July 1, 2007 to the present. This blog started last July 29, 2007, thus it's very qualified for the search!

If you are a blogger and you think that this blog is worthy of being named as one of the Top 10 Emerging Influential Blogs of 2008, then check out the Influential Blogger blog for more details.

We are currently in the 6th spot as of Week 10! Help us stay in the Top 10!

ORAS NA!



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Kevin Ray N. Chua

Kevin Ray N. Chua is a 19 year-old blogger from Cebu City, Philippines and an IT Student at Cebu Institute of Technology.

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Fernand Yim
on July 25, 2008 at 7:28 PM  

Hi Kevin,

I really appreciate it. It was just a little funny because my name is Fernand Yim, not Ferdinand Yim, (smiles). And I will inform my other friends to participate and vote for this particular blog as well! Cheers!

-Fernand Yim

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Kevin Ray
on July 25, 2008 at 9:57 PM  

Thanks Fernand or Ferdinand (whatever!) for dropping by my blog and nominating it as one of the Top 10 Emerging Influential Blogs in 2008.

I also appreciate your help in spreading the word about this blog.

Cheers too!

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