Thursday, March 5, 2015

The Best Way to Silence Detractors

Wazzup Pilipinas!

Hahaha... hindi talaga nawawala mga detractors ko. May nag-comment sa pre-event blog ko about the 1st Philippine Healthcare Social Media Summit held in Cebu last February 21. Akala siguro ay yun na ang post-event article ko about the event. Then when the culprit probably realized it was only a pre-event blog that I did on my own initiative just to help announce the event, biglang binura ... hahaha! Napahiya siguro ang kumag!

He or she even used "Admin" as his or her screen name and did not even have the courage to use his or her own name. As what more notable leaders would say, derogatory comments from persons using an anonymous or alias account should not be given any significance as they are too cowardly to stand firm on their accusation.

My advise to that person: Understand first before commenting. Check the date of the blog post before drastically reacting. Alamin ang mga circumstances before concluding. We all have different situations so it is unfair to judge an individual based on man-made standards that are apparently irrelevant for many cases.

Here is the little devil's comment on the blog post I created two days before the actual event. The comment was deleted by the same person afterwards:

"Pinondohan ka ng taumbayan para pumunta sa Cebu tapos ito lang ang post na ginawa mo?"

The little devil is probably unaware that I was actively micro-blogging about the event on social media while the summit was ongoing. My posts about the event were all over Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Probably also clueless to the fact that only one day of my three days stay in Cebu was shouldered by the government. I requested to be in Cebu a day earlier and extended for another day so I can maximize my visit.

On my first day, I went around the surrounding hotels nearby so I can write a story about some of the accommodations in Cebu,  ...and on my third day, I toured some of Cebu's popular tourists spots by renting a private tour guide on my own funding. I even arranged for a review of a new spa at one of the hotels in Cebu. This is how determined I was to write the best coverage about my Cebu adventure.

Read more about the 1st Philippine Healthcare Social Media Summit and my tour of Cebu on my blog

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  2. Of course! I will read about this summit. Or you can share some info here.

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