By Eva Callueng
Whoa! These days, it’s almost impossible to find someone who does not hold any social network account. Social networks have become great tools for accessing the latest issues and to voice out opinions. A lot of people have discovered the advantages of social networking as it brings us closer to the people and getting the best hits in town.
Everyone, including those in advocacy fields, recognize the value in tapping this technology to further their reach. They maintain accounts in at least a few of the most famous sites: Facebook, Friendster, Multiply and Twitter. The real-time sharing of opinions on topics and the circulation of issues paves the way for many people who used to be lurkers and listeners to share their stands now without hesitation. People know that once an idea or an opinion is posted, it will surely be read and heard.
Mulat Pinoy aims to harness the power of social media and the Internet to bring about a broader awareness of population and development (PopDev) issues, especially in the upcoming election. Like everyone else, Mulat Pinoy maintains social network accounts where you can post your opinions and comments anytime. Speak up! Your voice counts.
Be a Mulat Pinoy friend and expand your horizons as we mutually share our thoughts on population and development issues. Click the fan page of Mulat Pinoy on Facebook, be our pal on Multiply and check out our latest tweets on Twitter. For further details, visit the Mulat Pinoy website found at www.mulatpinoy.ph or send an email to mul[email protected] We would love to hear from you!
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