Saturday, August 31, 2013

How to Add Link Within Widget (Related Posts) to Blogger

how to add link within widget related posts in bloggerReader's engagement is rather essential in your website. That's a fact. If you have a blog, then it is very important not to overlook your old posts and leave them as they are, totally unnoticed. This is where a related post widget comes in handy. And when you say related posts, first that comes to mind and is widely used among bloggers and websites is Link Within Widget.

Link Within widget appears under each of your posts, showing and linking related posts/stories from your blog archive, new or old. This way, even your oldest posts will be visible to your readers under some related stories.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Salamat sa Handog Happiness ng Coca-Cola!

coca cola Joseph Marco, Kathryn Bernardo, Julia Montes and Enchong Dee
Coca-Cola Ambassadors: Joseph Marco, Kathryn Bernardo, Julia Montes and Enchong Dee
Last August 17, 2013, Coca-Cola offered HAPPINESS to all Davawe├▒os in line with the celebration of Kadayawan Festival 2013 in Davao City. The show started at exactly 3:00 PM at the activity center in Abreeza Mall.

There were limited seats fronting the stage intended for VIPs and Guests. Those who win in the contest got the VIP seat and the other 400 seats were on "first come, first serve" basis. We arrived in the venue 3 hours earlier and lined up, trying our best luck to get at least the Guest's seat. With our confidence to get in as there were just few people lined up that time, we even managed to make friends with the couple in front of us... played games and chatting to kill time.

Celebrating Davao's Kadayawan Festival 2013

Kadayawan Festival 2013 in davao city
Kadayawan Festival is known as the King of all Festivals and is widely popular among tourists; local and international. With its 28th year of celebration, Kadayawan Festival 2013 has a theme "Ten Tribes, One Vibe" honoring the 10 tribes in Davao City namely the Ata, Matigsalug, Ovu-Manuvo, Klata-Djangan, Tagabawa, Tausog, Maguindanao, Maranao, Kagan, and Sama.

"Though diverse in cultures, traditions and beliefs, these tribes are very much connected by a common origin that binds them together as one and the same…an origin that traces to the very core of the history of Davao City." source: kadayawan.com