Today is the first day this blog goes live so welcome aboard! What we’re gonna do here is be closer and be a little bit looser than The V’s other websites in order to be more connected with our affiliates and readers. This is our way of expanding our social media coverage, and we’ve already connected with Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest (even Stumbleupon, so we’d have some fun things to post on our Pinterest page) to widen our reach. This is so we could share more of what’s happening day in and day out in The V and QNet events.
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And on to business. Today is also going to be the start of the countdown before the V-Indonesia 2012 event at Sentul International Convention Center. We’re down to 100 days, people, and we’ve got a lot to look forward to. (This is how SICC looks like, by the way, and it. Is. Gorgeous. http://www.sicc-ina.com/) Head on to the QNET blog for more info on the event, details at the link http://blog.qnet.net/tag/v-indonesia-2012/. For those who have just discovered that this is totally happening on September, here’s a poster of the event:
Here at The V office in Manila, the presence of V-Indonesia 2012 looms and makes itself even more felt.
Got your tickets? Tickets are fast running out. If not, jump to the link for the latest details on ticket rates. http://blog.qnet.net/2012/01/new-registration-rate-for-v-indonesia-2012/.
So that’s it for now. Stay tuned and keep us bookmarked! If you have a Google reader account, subscribe to our blog. Or watch out for tweets and status updates (on Facebook) linking back to the blog. We’ve got a lot of stuff coming our way in the next few months aside from the V-Indonesia 2012, like QNet’s 14th Anniversary! 14 years, people. It’s been that long.
PS: If you wanna tweet about anything related to V-Indonesia, put the hashtag #VIndo2012 and let your fellow networkers in on the fun.