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My First Day in AIM

AIM Winning Internet Marketing Strategies-1

Happy Easter!  Our family stayed in Manila except on Good Friday when we immersed into the Good Friday tradition of San Fernando Pampanga. I noticed that most people spent their time outside Manila. Where did you go during the long Holy Week?

We discovered a lot of foodie goodies over the long holidays and I'll share with them to you soon :)

It is my first day teaching in AIM for its pilot EXCELL course: Winning Internet Strategies. I'm excited and I do hope I can impart my knowledge effectively.

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hey anton.. i went to ilocos and referred to your guide for places to visit there :) it was very well worth the long drive :)

you can check out some of the photos i took here:

Great form Anton! Way to go :)

I spent the Holy Week in three a Lenten Retreat in Tagaytay from Wednesday to Maundy Thursday, home on Good Friday and San Miguel, Bulacan on Black Saturday and Easter Sunday.

Thanks Wendy for Sharing the Photos!!

I "attended" the online retreat, went to the interactive Stations of the Cross at High Street, went to the Easter Vigil at Ateneo Rockwell. Lunch with my sisters, spouses and their kids. Dinner with sister and fiance. Read The Case for Christ.

Also played a science game on DVD. Watched the first part of The Banquet. Watched two AI episodes. And Monk and the Genius, probably one of the best Monk episodes.

i miss ilocos! back in the day, we used to go home there in tagudin, ilocos sure, then we always go to all the cities and way up to ilocos norte. never been to pagudpud. parating nauudlot ang trip namin dun.

opppps! this is supposed to be on the ilocos blog hahahahaha! anyways, congrats!

I always stay at home during Holy Week. Home is either Cebu or Manila

Congrats for being one of the great professors in AIM.

It’s quite an exciting endeavor to venture into, Anton. Although, I think the course is more technical than anything else, you are still in a position to shape young and not so young minds. Goodluck and more power to you!

Bubba and I spent Holy Week at Vietnam and Cambodia, more on Siem Reap, Cambdoia actually. Will be posting about it soon. Have you been to Angkor Wat?


Didn't do much during holy week : )) but a great holiday with family members around, nothing beats that! Great job there Anton.

Yeah, I love to be around family also :) Thanks for the comment !

Hi Jane,

Thanks for sharing your Holy Week experience. I have not been to Angkor Wat
and I've been wanting to go.

On the course, it is actually a mix because it focuses on Marketing and the
technical tools used for the internet.


Sadly, I spent my entire Holy Week in the office... but it's okay, because at least I didn't spend much.


Talaga, Glenn? Thanks for sharing...

I had a great time at AIM today, I always wanted to go there and feel how it's like to sit in during classes :)
Good luck on your following lectures!

Hi, Anton! It was an informative four-day session with you guys in AIM...

Thanks and Your Welcome An!

Thanks Lace! BTW, do you have a video of the Bloggers Forum?

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