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Twitter, an electric company’s “noble cause”

(From lonewolflibrarian.wordpress.com)

Twitter makes many things possible.

It provides tips to clean your coffeemaker [See: Three things I learned from Twitter] or a link to a catalog featuring a series of Mercedes Benz cars — and their specs — produced for the American market in the 1960s (which I got from the person managing Donald Draper’s Twitter account.)

This latest blog piece — which includes what may well be my third  attempt at podcasting — was similarly brought about by Twitter.

In a tweet posted at around four in the afternoon of October 19, my Twitter friend @nicknich3 said:

No, it's not the lanzones we're talking about here. It's the tweet before that, my friend.

His tweet’s shortened link, in turn, brought this:

This reminded me of portions of the interview I held last June with some executives of Meralco, the Philippines’ largest electric company, regarding the firm’s Twitter strategy. [See: How Meralco got its Twitter name back]

During the interview, Kirk Campos, the company’s corporate communications staff, said that he once attended an internet convention in Manila which dealt with social media, including Facebook and Twitter.

According to Campos, a speaker in the event said that Meralco’s foray into Twitter was “a noble cause” since it was going to open the floodgates of complaints from its customers. However, the speaker said that without knowing that Campos, and his supervisor, Joe R. Zaldarriaga, the company’s media relations manager, was in attendance.

For more, you can listen to a three-minute portion of the interview, which lasted more than one and a half hours.

Twitter, Meralco\’s noble cause

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From the Give Credit Where Its Due Dept.
As indicated in podomatic.com, the website where the podcast was uploaded, the interview was held last June 22, 2010 at the Meralco headquarters on Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City, Philippines. [See: Podomatic.com] Among those in attendance included Campos, Zaldarriaga, and Ernesto A. Fraginal, senior manager of the company’s call center operations. No credit goes to yours truly for failing to embed podcast. What the $%#@*&^+~!

13 comments
Nguyenchinh
Nguyenchinh

spaces for legs and elbows are Máy hút ẩm dân dụng roomier. No elbow contest will ever take place for the dominion of the armrest because — guess what? — 

 

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Nguyenchinh

At any point during the trip, you  Van nước

 can stand up, do the Twist, and not touch anything.


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Nguyenchinh

everyone gets two of each, a provision made Thang gấp dạng chữ A possible by cutting the number of seats per row to three from four and installing only 30 such

 

Nguyenchinh
Nguyenchinh

And sometimes, even half an Máy cắt đa năng hour earlier than expected.

Which is a good thing, especially for those known for always failing to arrive on time.

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Nguyenchinh

Anyone will accept anything as long thang nhôm rút đơn as its free. (Which explains why online porn is so popular. But that’s another story.)

Nguyenchinh
Nguyenchinh

filch a free yet temporary connection  bảng từ cao cấp whenever needed. So next time you find yourself cruising along the North Luzon Expressway and you’re itching to tell your Facebook friends about it, you know what to do. Tip: buy life insurance beforehand.

Robert JA Basilio Jr.
Robert JA Basilio Jr.

Grammar check. "...knowing that Campos, and his supervisor, Joe R. Zaldarriaga, the company’s media relations manager, was in attendance." were in attendance. Duh.