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Monthly Archives: April 2009

Benefits of integrating Google Adsense and Analytics

Heads up to those who still have not linked their Google Adsense account with Google Analytics. It’s now possible to integrate the two, as per this announcement from the Adsense blog. If you need help integrating your Adsense and Analytics account, click here to read

Swine flu, drug firms, SEO blogging

While governments around the world are seriously concerned about Swine Flu, stockholders of pharmaceutical companies, on the other hand, are seeing a silver lining in the possible outbreak of the disease. In last Monday’s (April 27) trading alone, stock prices of drug firms in the

How to invest in SDA – Special Deposit Accounts

What alternatives do you have if you have extra money which you won’t need in the near future and which you want to place in a safe investment? Well, the easiest choice is to put it in a bank’s savings account. A savings account is

Top 10 banks in the Philippines

Update: Largest Banks in the Philippines (2009) Banco de Oro (BDO) is now the largest bank in the Philippines, in terms of both assets and total deposits. This is according to a report of comparative sizes of Philippine banks which I got from my bank.

18 summa cum laude graduates in UP Diliman

Wow. That’s all I can say about the news that eighteen (18) students of the University of the Philippines – Diliman (UP Diliman) are set to be awarded the highest academic award of summa cum laude in the University Graduation ceremony this Sunday, April 26,

$2 million prize for hackers!

Wanted: hackers! If Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano’s resolution is to pass, the Commision on Elections (COMELEC) will soon be inviting hackers to hack the poll automation machines set to be used for the 2010 Philippine national elections. The prize for the hacker who can beat

The Philippines’ Top Blogs of 2008

The year 2008 was a turbulent year not just for the Philippine stock market but for the Philippine blogosphere as well. For one, several bloggers were directly involved in a variety of issues, both good and bad. Last year also saw the rise of a