Two years after the Katrina Hurricane, change is most certainly afoot not only for the brave people of New Orleans and Louisiana but also for me. But change, as they say, can be good. It was at the height of the appeal for help for the Katrina victims that I came across an email from Jim Daniels making an appeal on their behalf. I can't exactly remember how Jim, an Internet guru with a capital I for Integrity, came into my email or how I came into his appeal.
But I consider our crossing of e-paths blissful fate. Although my contribution to the American Red Cross was modest, he rewarded me by gifting two volumes of his publication, Insider Internet Marketing, which I consider my on-line bible until today.
Since then, I was hooked to the Internet, and to online marketing. The Internet has helped me (after some dismal experience from hackers and scams) to continue with my philantrophic and charity projects (started since 1991). From scholarships to repair of churches to helping victims of domestic violence, I am taking my success to a new level by adding Care2, ORBIS, American and International Red Cross, and a solar energy program in some Mindanao barangays, this one a personal project of a very dear family friend, Mrs Muriel Langford of Brisbane Australia, who didn't see its fruition before she passed away a few years ago.
We are working hard, hoping to add new sites and services, now and in the future