Tag: media

UPDATED “One Night Only” Party for Astoria Plaza’s Anniversary

My friend from Events 100 wanted me to invite my fellow bloggers and press friends!

Come and join us as we celebrate ASTORIA PLAZA‘s 9th Anniversary Party. Dubbed as “ONE NIGHT ONLY“, come with your best cocktail outfit and party with us on March 4, 2010 at the Hampton Room, Astoria Plaza. Sumptuous food, overflowing drinks, great company and BIG surprises await you.

Kindly RSVP with your names and contact numbers on the name specified on the flyer below.
Astoria Plaza is located at J. Escriva Drive (formerly Amber Avenue), Ortigas Business District, Pasig City. (See attached map.)

UPDATE!!! From the organizer –
Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Here’s the program for Club Astoria’s 9th Anniversary happening on March 4, 2010, Thursday.
6:00PM  Registration
6:30PM  Cocktail
7:00PM  Welcome Remarks from the Hotel Manager
7:05PM  Unveiling of the new Astoria logo
7:15PM  Good News from the President
7:30PM  Message from Boy Abunda (endorser)
7:45PM  Raffle and Surprises
8:00PM Closing Remarks
9:00PM  Distribution of Lootbags
I am finalizing the guest list and if by any chance you haven’t confirmed your attendance yet, or has invited friends who have also not confirmed yet, kindly do so. Just email me your names, url (if any), email address and mobile number.
Also, I still have a few slots to fill, so if you still have blogger or press friends you’d want to invite, kindly let me know.  For any questions, please feel free to email me back or give me a call – 0917-584-5957.



Very Interesting Social Media Statistics: Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Linkedin etc…

Here’s some VERY interesting social media statistics that I found on http://trak.in

It’s pretty amazing to see how quickly and how aggressively social media is growing. It has totally changed the communication landscape in the past few years.It’ll be even more interesting to see where it will take us in the next coming years.

Social Media Statistics

  • Facebook claims that 50% of active users log into the site each day. This would mean at least 175m users every 24 hours.
  • Twitter now has 75m user accounts, but only around 15m are active users on a regular basis.
  • LinkedIn has over 50m members worldwide..
  • Facebook currently has in excess of 350 million active users on global basis.Six months ago, this was 250m…This means over 40% growth in less than 6 months.
  • Flickr now hosts more than 4 billion images.
  • More than 35m Facebook users update their status each day.
  • Wikipedia currently has in excess of 14m articles, meaning that it’s 85,000 contributors have written nearly a million new posts in six months.
  • Photo uploads to Facebook have increased by more than 100%. Currently, there are around 2.5bn uploads to the site each month.
  • Back in 2009, the average user had 120 friends within Facebook. This is now around 130.
  • Mobile is even bigger than before for Facebook, with more than 65m users accessing the site through mobile-based devices. In six months, this is over 100% increase.
  • There are more than 3.5bn pieces of content (web links, news stories, blog posts, etc.) shared each week on Facebook.
  • There are now 11m LinkedIn users across Europe.
  • Towards the end of last year, the average number of tweets per day was over 27.3 million.
  • The average number of tweets per hour was around 1.3m.
  • 15% of bloggers spend 10 or more hours each week blogging, according to Technorati’s new State of the Blogosphere.
  • At the current rate, Twitter will process almost 10 billion tweets in a single year.
  • About 70% of Facebook users are outside the USA.
  • India is currently the fastest-growing country to use LinkedIn, with around 3m total users.
  • More than 250 Facebook applications have over a million combined users each month.
  • 70% of bloggers are organically talking about brands on their blog.
  • 38% of bloggers post brand or product reviews.
  • More than 80,000 websites have implemented Facebook Connect since December 2008 and more than 60m Facebook users engage with it across these external sites each month.


Morgan Stanley’s most popular research report by Matthew Robson

Morgan Stanley releases research paper titled “Media & Internet: How Teenagers Consume Media” that talks about why teens snub twitter, how they enjoy viral marketing and how they won’t spend for anything other than movie and concert tickets as entertainment. This could well be one of Morgan Stanley’s most popular and publicized papers of recent times.

Oh…. and did I mention that it was written by a 15-YEAR-OLD!!!!!!

Well, at least we know that this one 15 year old kid, Matthew Robson, probably won’t have problems finding a job when he  needs one…

Morgan Stanley Research Paper by Matthew Robson here