Trends and Spots is a portal to different places, events and people’s spaces. It is a window to each unique experience in life celebrated in million ways. This website will help you meet new people and cultures.
Unlike the typical website that tours a reader and provides information on how to get around cities or places, Trends and Spots is a BLOGMAG. It could be a first of its kind in the internet industry. As the name suggests, a blogmag is a fusion of a weblog and a magazine.
Blogs are documentation of the daily life, mostly written in a first-person account. Meanwhile, a magazine is a kind of publication that contains variety of articles, regularly published in a given frequency, either weekly or monthly.
Trends and Spots therefore provides a fresh outlook merging the best features of a weblog and a magazine. This blogmag provides interesting features of events and places in short narratives while it has a window on personal experiences about dining, leisure, business, travel and more about living. This is a weekly blogmag.
Founders and Authors
Trends and Spots is an original concept of siblings Minerva Zamora-Arceo and Stef Zamora. Both are into visual arts, communication arts, information technology, marketing and advertising. Both also studied at the University of the Philippines Baguio.
Stef Zamora is a graduate of Visual Arts and has a work history as TSR, SEO, Technical Writer, Copywriter, Web Developer and Graphic Artist. She currently works as a SEO Consultant to a number of organizations and private companies in the region and abroad.
Minerva Z. Arceo is the manager and owner of Connect-Plus Public Relations and Advertising Agency. She is also a board of trustee of the Advocacy for the Development of Central Luzon (ADCL), a non-stock non-profit regional organization that is mostly composed of private sector leaders. A former full-time journalist writing for SunStar and Philippine Post and part-time broadcaster at dwGV AM 792, she still writes a column at Punto Gitnang Luzon. She likewise maintains consultancy works for media and communications with various national and local government agencies.
Janice Z. Morales
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