Rising oil prices and worsening traffic conditions have made it difficult for many Filipinos to enjoy the convenience of owning a car. Given the increasing cost of maintaining a car plus the frustrations that come with driving in the city, public transportation might seem to be the better option. And as a depreciating asset, your
The Internet Cafe was a godsend for those who needed work done online while on transit. It had only been around two years since the broadband technology was made available to the world. The Philippines was still catching up with digital technology. Not many had smartphones yet because the early prototypes were expensive and faulty.
At this point, there’s no more doubt that eCommerce in the Philippines is the next big thing. People are starting to get into the culture of making online purchases, and there are more ways than ever to make transactions. Unlike in years past, a computer is no longer necessary to make a purchase. These days,
So, you have this bright business idea that you know would yield good ROI but can’t get started because you don’t have the money. Raising a start-up capital for a business is one of the major hindrances that many entrepreneurs face. For some business-minded people, however, they use it as an excuse to get started.
Time and money are the top 2 reasons why many budding entrepreneurs end up becoming dreamers rather than doers. Yes, business takes time and costs money; but you can’t realize your dream without investing resources. Time is the irresistible force. It doesn’t matter how far technology has evolved, no one has invented a device that
At this point, the majority of Filipino business people who operate websites are now aware of the importance of search engine optimization (SEO). Google and other search engines drive targeted and highly motivated traffic, making them prime sources of visitors who are easier to convert into paying customers. The beauty of SEO is that it