Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
On October 25 fishbat, an online marketing firm, comments on an article published by ABS-CBN News reporting that the Philippine Government has announced that the Malacañan Palace will have its own Facebook and Tumblr page that citizens can utilize to share memories and pictures as a revitalization project of the palace’s history. Fishbat applauds the Philippine government and wishes the social media campaign success.
In a report from ABS-CBN News, The Malacañan Palace will have its own active Facebook and Tumblr page where citizens and tourists can share stories and photos of the palace. The Malacañan Palace Facebook page currently has 1,330 likes ABS-CBN News reports. In the article, Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda had commented on the social media pages stating they “were created ahead of the Malacañan Palace’s sesquicentennial in 2013, and were published in conjunction with the Presidential Museum and Library [website.”
ABS-CBN News reports that Lacierda encourages citizens to become active on the Facebook page and to share stories and photos. According to the article, “The initiative is aimed at harnessing social media to share the history, residents, traditions, and legacy of Malacañan Palace to a diverse online audience,” Lacierda said, “[by] harnessing the Internet as a space for remembering…Malacañan Palace is opened to the public through inclusive and people-centric social media.”
“History is an important part of every culture;” commented fishbat VP of Internal Operations Sida Li. “The Malacañan Palace is a beautiful piece of architecture that everyone, not just citizens of the Philippines, can appreciate. Utilizing Facebook to share personal history and experience within the Malacañan Palace is exactly what social media is about.”
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