5 Influencers in Iloilo You Should Follow for Your Freelancing Career

PayStaff_5 Influencers in Iloilo You Should Follow for Your Freelancing CareerIn the freelancing world, success is possible for everyone. Even at the comforts of your home or in a cozy beach sipping your chilled Piña Colada.

Although, it's not as easy as it seems. You need to hone your skills and of course, hard work. And following thought leaders and influencers in our respective field might be your starting point to improvement.

After all, modeling successful people can go a long way. In fact, it’s the fastest way to success. Watch this video to get a grasp of it:


But then, we might want someone closer to our hearts (or in our area for that matter). In line with our freelancing seminar in Iloilo this coming May 17, we give you 5 Influencers in Iloilo you should follow for your freelancing career.



Karl Balingit

Travel the world as a digital nomad? Check!

Karl Balingit is 1/2 of the dynamic duo in Amazing Nomads (with Mike Burns). They have traveled to 6 countries in 5 months while working on their careers. I mean. Just look how much fun they had “living the life” while working remotely. Who would not want that?

And it's not all fun without substance. Karl is a full stack digital marketer with expertise in Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Marketing, Content Marketing, and more! (I even attended one of his talks! It was awesome!)

Learn more from him thru his website Karlmarty.com or LinkedIn profile! You won't regret it.



Justine Win Cañete

Justine is a true blue Ilongga who masterfully weaves her creative prowess for dashing designs for websites and graphics coupled with user experience in mind. (I mean what good is a design if the user is having a hard time using it, right?)

Back in college, she was also awarded as a regional winner for ten outstanding students in the Philippines. Yes! I can hear that big "Woah!"

Follow this thought leader in her website Justinewin.com, LinkedIn profile, and Medium blog entries. By doing this, you might even "WIN" in the freelancing game. *pun intended*



Cris Vinson

The world is cruel enough. We must have our fair share to help out. And that's the advocacy of Cris Vinson.

He is a Social and Techpreneur who founded Primof, a digital & marketing agency specializing in bringing local business results thru online business principles.

But the bulk of his heart goes through his social enterprise DreamManifesto. And they said it best:

"It is a storytelling movement that will reconstruct how people see life through the narratives of children and dreams in unfavorable environments."

Let's help out in his social enterprise and actually learn a thing or two about sales funnel marketing in his Facebook Page and LinkedIn account.



Mikeel Araña

In today's marketing, you need to create a brand that resonates to your audience. Something that's cohesive enough to make you recognizable for a certain field.

But it's easier said than done. You might not have the time or the expertise to do it.

With this, Mikeel Araña might be your guy. He is the creative director for Partizan Media. Partizan does marketing and growing your brand online, so you don’t have to.

Learn branding tips and tricks from Mikeel on his Facebook page or LinkedIn Account today.



Ernest Jagorin (The Ilonggo Dad)

Freelancing is not only for the Millenials. In fact, more and more parents choose to work from home to have more time for the people that matters the most.

Ernest is no different. He is your Ilonggo dad (Youtube Channel) showing you a snippet of their family's life in Iloilo. And to boot, he is an esteemed digital marketing strategist and brand manager for a big real estate brand!

Learn more from him thru his website at Ilonggodad.com or thru his Linked In account.



There you have it! 5 influencers to follow close to your Ilonggo hearts. And even if you're not from Iloilo, it would still benefit you if you model their successful ways. Good luck with your freelancing career!

See you in Iloilo this May 17!


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