Beyond Blogging, Easy Pha-max Wheatgrass Blogger Contest

If you are a blogger, a freelance writer, or if you have extra time with you, then I think you would love to turn time into gold — to go beyond blogging, think business and become an entrepreneur.

A blogging contest  for Filipino bloggers living in the Philippines was launched on 17 September by Easy Pha-max Phils. Inc. at the Blogapalooza One held at Fully Booked in Fort Bonifacio Global City.

Easy Pha-max offers a range of health products that I use myself especially the Wheatgrass honey!  Drinking Wheatgrass adds value not only to my body but for the many things that I do.


This is for you if you want to win P10K for blogging

Open to all bloggers, the contest has a theme “Why I should be an Easy Livelihood member” which candidates have to develop in not more than 500 words.

For interested bloggers to be able to develop the theme, they will  be invited by Easy Pha-max to attend a half-day Easy Livelihood seminar which the company conducts  every Saturday.

Bloggers will be asked to come to any of these dates, Sept. 24, October 1 /8/ 15.

The contest  begins on September 25 and ends October 25.  Five winners will be selected and this will be announced on November 4 in the company’s  Wheatgrass C.A.N. Facebook page.

The top winner will receive P10,000. Four consolation prizes will be in cash, from P2,000 to P5,000 according to ranking.

The contest, according to Easy Pha-max, is an opportunity for bloggers to know more about the company’s products and services.  It will also be a door-opener  for any blogger to earn additional income by becoming an entrepreneur at a very small investment of P5,000.

Mechanics of the contest are posted on the company website at

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