Welcome to Arvin Razon’s Empire!

I am excited. Shamelessly excited, as a matter of fact.

From the moment my professor, Sir Barrientos, gave the class his syllabus for the course Communication Trends and Style until the end of the period, I couldn’t help but squirm with excitement: we were having a subject on new social media!

I wasn’t excited because I was a social networking frenzied boy, but because the subject opened up an ocean of possibilities I always knew was out there. I couldn’t help but think that this subject was the exact impetus that I needed in order to get my online writing skills jolted to life.  After all, the thought of getting closer to that dreadfully low grade is probably the only kicking I need to, well, jolt me to life… next to losing money, of course (Blame it on my Ilocano upbringing. Hehe).

Looking back, I could only remember snippets of my professor’s orders. I was in la la land thinking of different, although a bit related, things: the unfinished courses in internet marketing, the niche blog I’ve always planned on creating, the unread lessons in search engine optimization, the clients that always asked for my writing samples, the personal websites of other freelance writers I’d feel jealous of…. all the frustrations pent up in the 2 years that I have been freelance writing online.

In other words, I had a self-serving purpose. The website I always wanted to put up would finally materialize, I thought to myself.

But I’m getting ahead of myself.  There is, after all, a thesis to start (and finish), a semester to overcome, a whole lot of projects (a definition: purposely vague) to work on, and an academic year to survive.

And, currently at the top of it all, an aspect of social media to explore, understand, and blog about!

So, Sir Barry, OrCom batchmates, online and offline friends, would-be clients, Google searchers (Google Adwords shall be my friend!), and anybody else who stumbles upon this yet undeveloped piece of a site: welcome to Arvin Razon’s Empire.

You see, there are a lot of reasons why my excitement is warranted. :>

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Posted on 06/26/2009, in Caveats of My Life and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. Nash Albacea

    Linked you! 🙂

  2. i’m happy that you are treating the whole experience beyond being a class requirement. you are owning up to this, which could be a start of something bigger in the near future. i couldn’t think of any other better way to go than the way you’re planning this to be.

    • Hahaha, blame it on my Ilocano mother. 😛
      Yey, I’m sure this class will be exciting sir! 🙂

  3. Don’t blame your Ilocano roots for your love of money, Arvin Razon! Haha

    I guess those reasons are valid enough to make us, your OrCom friends, visit your empire every now and then. Or is it just because we need to comment on 3 posts every week? IDK. Happiness 😐

  4. Uh.. wala akong naintindihan.. ata.. lalim ng post mo eh WAHAHA! Kidding. But I’m really excited to read what you have to write. So scholarly.. So Orcom.. 😀

  5. littlemissstraightbangs

    Linked you! I never really inform the others when I linked them. But since this is an empire, which in some way gives me a royalty theme (I don’t know why. Haha), I just thought of letting you know. Haha

    Your blogposts are always flooded with comments, Multiply being my basis. Looking forward to your posts! Haha

  6. Empire ka dyan! 😀

    Linked you

  7. thisisjampacked

    Linked your empire, Master Arvin. LOL

  8. Arvin! Ayos! New blog.

    Link me! Salamat.

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