Contest Mania!

It looks like everybody has jump in to contest bandwagon.The price are varies from credits at Entrecard,some offers money while others offers back link. Benefits from hosting a online contest ? Of course improve their ranking and increase back link with each other. This is a win win situation since both the contestant and the organiser will benefit from the back link.

The rules is simple just provide a link in a posting and they will choose the winner, they will choose the lucky winner according to random.org website or through ranking in Google and Yahoo.

Ok, I did not expect to win actually just feeling lucky since my newborn daughter is a bless to me. She is my lucky charm now..:). This is my first submission for online blog contest, hopefully my PageRank will increase through the back link and what ever link that I can get :))

Gentlemen let start your engine ! I have three online contest for you to join

The $150 Anniversary Mini-SEO Contest

Marhgil Macuha, you have to write about this keyword. What and who is Marhgil Macuha? He is a Philipino Problogger and famous in Philippine. Want to know more about him, just drop by to his website.

Who can join?

Anyone with a blog and has the ability to receive money from Paypal can join.

How to join?
Simply make a blog post about anything you can think about the contest keyword. Then, submit your entries by commenting on this blog post with your full name and your Paypal e-mail. You can submit as many entries as you want, as long as it is a blog post. The more entries, the more chances of winning. Update: You’re not required to submit your full name as long as you clearly identify yourself on your blog. If there’s no way people can clearly know who you are, then you are disqualified.

How to win?
If your blog post ranks the highest on the mentioned search engines for the keyword on January 4, 2008, 8:00PM, Philippine Time, then you win! I’ll post a screenshot of the winners on January 4.

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Apply Visa Debit Card at Tune Money.com

First of all, this is no post per paid just sharing my experience with all my reader, because sharing is caring. 🙂

To those who didn’t know, Tune Money is part of Denis Melka, Datuk Tony Fernandes and a few business entrepreneur new product. Together with Tune Hotel, and Insurance targeted for people like us. I am quite admire Datuk Tony Fernandes business vision following his huge success creating Air Asia, a true entrepreneur.Now everybody can fly !

Ok , so lets move to our topic, why Debit Visa at Tune Money ? Simple

    •Instant online approval*;

    •Easy access – you don’t require an existing bank account to sign up;

    •Cash withdrawal at ATM machines worldwide;

    •No income checks;

    •No credit checks;

    •Easy reloading options;

    •No late charges;

    •No financing charges;

    •Affordable annual fees;RM 9.99

    •No bills arriving at the end of the month;

    •View your transactions online, real time;

    •Exchange rate markup of only 0.5% (others may charge you a lot more – check it out for yourself if you don’t believe us);

    •Security – if you lose your card, one quick phone call ensures that you do not lose your money. Whilst cash lost, is lost forever;

    •Privacy – we adhere to stringent regulations for customer privacy, authentication and identity verification

and BLA BLA actually:the real reason why I sign for this Visa Debit card is for my PayPal account. I need to use Visa to cash out my money from PayPal. PayPal only accept Visa to make the payment. Since I validate my PayPal account using my Mastercard CIMB, so TuneMoney.com is the answer.

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Wireless Affair

Wireless Affair

Have you ever tried to poke in your neighbor’s WiFi networks ? Especially the one with insecure network..

It seems that more and more home users are going with wireless networks rather than the tradition wired networks with wires hanging everywhere and running wild around the house and in the crawlspace. What seems like a good idea quickly turns into a nightmare if you don’t vamp up the security of your wireless network.

Speed is of the essence. Typically, one thing matters to new users of wireless, getting connected and browsing that first website. While wireless connectivity can accomplish this, it’s best to set up your wireless connection securely before venturing out into cyberspace.

Below are some tips to help secure your wireless network:

Change the default admin password. Admin passwords are easily figured out by attackers when they are left as the default. Not changing your wireless admin password opens your network to attack and can lead to many problems depending on the attacker’s agenda. As for TMNET Streamyx for example, the usual password they will give are TMM 123, tmnet 123, or TMMM123 so it’s really crucial for you to change it after setup the network.

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10 Best Companies to Work in Malaysia

10 Best Companies to Work in Malaysia


A compilation of 10 top and best companies to work in Malaysia


1. Shell

Website: www.shell.com.my

Industry: Oil & Gas

Address: Human Resources Dept, Bangunan Shell Malaysia

Damansara Heights, Changkat Semantan, 50490 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-2095 9144

An excellent company to work for, Shell provides you with a platform for trainings and knowledge, while at the same time providing you with opportunity for growth while climbing the technical and corporate ladder.

2. Intel

Website: www.intel.com, www.intel.com/jobs/Malaysia

Industry: Manufacturing

Intel is the world’s largest chip maker, also a leading manufacturing of computer, networking and communications products. Intel currently has the largest plant of all manufacturing companies in Penang & Kulim industrial area.

3. DHL

Website: www.dhl.com.my

Industry: Logistics & Freight Forwarding

Add: Human Resources Department, DHL Express (M) Sdn Bhd

Levels 26, 27 & 28 Menara TM, Off Jln Pantai Baharu

50672 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Phone: 1 800 88 8388

DHL’s international network links more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. Around 285,000 employees are dedicated to providing fast and reliable services that exceed customers’ expectations in 120,000 destinations in all continents.

4. Petronas

Website: www.petronas.com.my

Industry: Oil & Gas

Add: HR Planning & Recruitment PETRONAS, Level 63, Tower 1
PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Email: hrm@petronas.com.my

PETRONAS is an integrated international oil and gas company with business interests in 31 countries. As at end of October 2005, the PETRONAS Group comprised 101wholly-owned subsidiaries, 19 partly-owned outfits and 57 associated companies.

5. McKinsey & Co

Website: www.mckinsey.com

Industry: Consulting

Add: McKinsey & Company, Level 57, Tower 2, Petronas Twin Towers Kuala Lumpur City Center, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Tel: 60 (3) 2382 5500

As one of the world’s biggest consulting firms with offices all across the globe, McKinsey helps many of the world’s leading organizations think about and improve their strategies, organizations and operations.

6. Maxis

Website: www.maxis.com.my

Industry: Communications

Add: Staffing & HR Planning, Maxis Communications Berhad, Aras 17, Menara Maxis, Off Jln Ampang, 50088 KL. Tel: 03-7492 2123

As one of the largest communications giants in this country, Maxis will be a preferred platform for aspiring executives to be part of in the quest to reach their career heights. There are so many opportunities available as Maxis is expected to continue growing in terms of size and profits.

7.IBM

Website: www.ibm.com/my

Industry: System/Hardware

Add: IBM Malaysia Sdn Bhd, 15th Floor, Plaza IBM, Jln Tun Mohd Fuad

Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur. Tel (Gen): 03-7727 7788

To date, IBM has played a major role in delivering solutions to the customers to help solve business problems. IBM’s key strengths are in people, skills and experience in IT and complex projects, and worldwide infrastructure of international offices and laboratories from which they can quickly assemble the best expertise required by the customers in Malaysia and worldwide.

8. Motorola

Website: www.motorola.com/my/

Industry: Manufacturing

Add: Human Resources Department, Motorola Technology Sdn Bhd

Bayan Lepas Technoplex Industrial Park, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang

Tel: 04-6432511 (General)

First established in Malaysia in Penang (1974), Motorola today is a total solutions provider for wireless telecommunications and energy products. It is the first Motorola Asia-Pacific Regional Integrated Manufacturing, R&D and Distribution Center. Capabilities include design & development of two-way radio products, world-class manufacturing and distribution to global customers.

9. ExxonMobil

Website: www.exxonmobil.com.my

Industry: Oil & Gas

Add: Human Resources Department, Esso Production Malaysia Inc.

Level 17, Menara ExxonMobil, Kuala Lumpur City Centre

50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Fax: 603-3803494

A merge between Esso and Mobil produced ExxonMobil which is now the biggest oil and gas company globally, covering upstream, downstream, technology and chemical activities.

10. Hewlett Packard

Industry: Hardware/multimedia

Website: www.hp.com.my

Add: Human Resource Department, HP Towers,

Hewlett Packard (M) Sdn Bhd., 12 Jalan Genggang, Bukit Damansara,

50409 KUALA LUMPUR

HP is a technology solutions provider to consumers, businesses and institutions globally. The company’s offerings span IT infrastructure, personal computing and access devices, global services and imaging and printing for consumers, enterprises and small and me

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EVER WONDER WHY?

31. Saya kata kepada diri sendiri kalau kerana itu saya terpaksa bersusah sedikit pun tidak mengapa.

32. Kekayaan ini tuhan beri kepada saya untuk saya menolong orang lain pula. Saya percaya kepada keberkatan rezeki. Hari ini kita tolong orang, esok lusa orang akan tolong kita pula dengan cara yang
lain.

33. Kalaupun tidak sanggup tunggu 34 tahun seperti saya berilah sedikit masa untuk faham selok belok perniagaan, Insya! Allah boleh maju.

34. Kita jangan cepat putus asa. Putus asa boleh tapi kena cepat-cepat kuatkan semula semangat untuk bangkit balik. Jangan jadikan agama hanya satu tempat untuk kita bergantung apabila kita susah. Tanggungjawab ibadah adalah tugas seharian.

35. Lifestyle ? Saya tidak ada lifestyle yang kena masuk kelab sana dan sini. Tapi tak semestinya saya tidak boleh turun ke kelab.Orang Melayu kalau hendak ke depan mesti ada cara hidup yang fleksibel, boleh naik dan turun.

36. Lifestyle ini sebenarnya satu penyakit. Saya biasa pakai Mercedes tapi sekarang saya pakai Proton Perdana untuk sokong kereta nasional. Kereta itu pun cukup untuk bawa saya ke mana-mana.

37. Tiada sebab orang kenapa Melayu tidak boleh maju. Ini saya berani perang dengan sesiapa pun. Orang Melayu boleh maju. Kalau saudara jadi wartawan saudara kena tanam semangat suatu hari nanti mahu ambil alih akhbar ini. T! idak ada sebab kenapa ia tidak boleh berlaku.

38. Kejayaan dan kelemahan orang Melayu bukan disebabkan oleh bangsa kita dan agama kita. Ia berkait dengan sikap dan cara kita berfikir. Gigih, tekun dan tidak mudah putus asa merupakan kunci kejayaan kita. Tapi perkara ini kurang wujud dalam cara orang Melayu berfikir.

39. Tuhan memberi peluang kepada siapa saja yang bekerja kuat. Apa yang ada pada saya ini hanya usaha. Kalau anak dangau macam saya boleh, tidak ada sebab orang lain terutama mereka yang dari pekan tidak boleh.

40. Kita tidak usahlah selalu mengulang-ulang perkara yang boleh memberikan kesan psikologi negatif kepada orang Melayu (kereta dan rumah besar. Kita kena kurangkan bercakap tentang kereta besar dan rumah besar. Sesiapa pun mahu pakai kereta mewah tapi bukan itu matlamatnya.

41. Orang Melayu sebenarnya kena membantu diri sendiri, kena bekerja keras dan fokus.

42. Sikap merendah diri perlu sentiasa ada dalam diri seseorang wal! au setinggi mana pun kejayaan dicapai.

43. Apa yang saya buat ini (kerja-kerja sosial) semuanya bermula daripada didikan orang tua saya sendiri.

44. Saya sendiri berhutang sambil berniaga dan buat sumbangan amal jariah. Saya tak mahu tunggu hutang habis baru hendak buat semua ini. Saya takut kalau hutang habis saya pun mati dan apa pun tak sempat saya buat.

45. Saya biasa saja. Hidup saya tidak berubah, dari dulu beginilah. Saya terima apa saja nikmat yang diberikan oleh Allah. Tidak ada segelas air, ada setengah gelas pun saya bersyukur.

46. Kalau kerana sedikit bantuan itu mereka lulus peperiksaan dan hidup mereka menjadi lebih baik, saya sudah gembira. Saya tidak boleh buat banyak. Alhamdulillah, lebih baik buat sedikit daripada tidak buat langsung.

47. Saya tiada minat untuk beli kapal layar atau kapal terbang. Saya fikir kalau saya beli sesuatu biarlah orang ramai boleh pakai. Saya suka kalau saya beli sesuatu yang mahal, biarlah orang r! amai boleh pakai.

48. Saya gembira dapat membantu. Saya mahu orang lain merasai (kesenangan) apa yang saya pernah rasa. Saya tahu bagaimana perasaanya. Saya kata kepada diri saya, apa yang saya dapat saya mesti beri orang lain merasainya sama. Jangan beri kurang, lebih tak mengapa. Itu yang membuat hati saya seronok.

49. Saya rasa saya ingin menyumbang lebih daripada ini. Saya kata kepada kawan-kawan ini baru warm-up saja; kita belum berjalan lagi. Saya rasa kita terlalu banyak ketinggalan

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