Multiply CEO to visit Manila Philippines

Peter Pezaris, CEO of Multiply, Inc. (http://multiply.com ), will be speaking at the World Marketing Conference on Friday, June 20, to deliver a presentation about the effectiveness of advertising on social networking sites.

The presentation will bring to a close a week-long tour of Manila by Pezaris and David Hersh, Vice President of Business Development for Multiply, as part of Multiply’s Philippine launch.

In addition to Friday’s presentation, Pezaris and Hersh will be hosting events for some of the most active users of Multiply.com in the Philippines. They will also be attending various press interviews throughout their week-long stay.

Pezaris and Hersh will also be meeting with the country’s top advertisers at a trade event to be held at the Rockwell Tent on Wednesday, June 18.

An innovator in social publishing, Multiply gives people the ability to share their personal media including photos, videos, blogs and other content – strictly within their personal network, which includes direct contacts and those connected to the user through real-life relationships. This not only creates the most realistic representation of a user’s social network on the Web, but also instills a sense of privacy, relevancy, and control that is unique to the service.

With more than nine million users posting two million photos, 19,000 videos and 55,000 blog entries daily, Multiply is also one of the world’s largest multimedia sharing Web sites and is the fastest-growing and one of the most popular social networks in the Philippines.

Source : http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/

  • I think it just makes sense that Multiply increase its presence in the Philippines since I think a significant number of its users are from that country, much like another social networking site, Friendster. It’s the same reason why most American businesses make their presence felt online on MySpace, because most of their users are based in America. Having said that, I have to say that Mutiply’s UI is far more user-friendly than MySpace.

  • UMM..Cool informative thank a lot.

  • @ Patrick Everett Have you seen the new myspace UI? I think they changed it yesterday…like everything myspace is doing it patches up *some* of the problems but still leaves a ton to be wished for

  • I missed the Rockwell event ..

  • I think a significant number of its users are from that country, much like another social networking site, Friendster. It’s the same reason why most American businesses make their presence felt online on MySpace, because most of their users are based in America

  • that would fly with my husband heck yeah!:)