A Paper that Flies

When the Internet has entered our world, it dominated almost all industries leaving some of the technology to be obsolete. As an advantage, it decreases the production rate of paper bills because one could actually see their bills online and even paid online without the hassle of going to the payment center carrying the bill and falling in line just to settle the amount.

However, for safe keeping purposes, one might prefer the printed bills instead of online.

In my own point of view, I could easily remember anything written on paper as compare with that of the online stuff. That’s why we notice that printing flyers still exist as part of a strategic advertising because people could easily remember what they touch instead of just seeing it.

I could still remember the time when I experienced giving flyers to the customers. Although some of them just, you know, taking the flyers with them without reading it but I know somewhere in their destination, he or she will read what’s written on the flyer. And if that person just leaves it to a certain place without reading it, I’m sure other people will reach the information unintentionally making the vast widespread of advertising. (AAP)

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About Aleks

Engr. Aleksandre Pates (a.k.a. Aleks or André) is an I.T. Professional and Electronics Engineer by profession, but it didn’t hinder him to enrich his skills and broaden his experience in theater and literary. He is also a College Instructor/Professor, Playwright, Artistic/Creative Director, Singer, Songwriter/Composer, Resource Speaker/Lecturer of Campus Journalism, Editorial Writing, Creative Writing and Leadership Empowerment for Youth. He is a Palanca Awardee, and he was the Editor-In-Chief of The Philippine Artisan (official student publication of TUP-Manila) from 2003-2007. He is a Certified Oracle Partner Expert since 2010, a Certified Harvard Connected Manager, and a member of the prolific playwright organizations in the Philippines, The WritersBloc. He also holds numerous positions in socio-civic and professional organizations like Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines (IECEP – Manila Chapter), FEU Institute of Technology, and De La Salle Araneta University Alumni Association, Inc.
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