When someone hands you a blog post or email or fb post, look at the headline or subject.

Do not blindly accept headlines like: "Will you join the Super Jomar Program?"

Bakit? Para kasing 

"Will you marry me?"

"Will you buy this stock?"

"Will you lend me P 2million pesos?"

WALANG BENEFIT for the reader eh.

What should be the question instead na may benefit?


"Do you want to end your life of suffering in the office?"
"Do you want to earn 10% per annum in stocks?"
"Do you want to to take our relationship to the next higher level?"

Everyone must be thinking that way - always bringing the benefit out sa headline and subjects.

So when you see this headline: "Will you join the Super Jomar Program?"

And you feel PARANG MALI.

Don't just copy it and post it online.

Create 3 alternate choices and give the 3 to your client.

If you already posted it, edit the post.

That's how a marketer thinks, and it's that kind of attitude and knowledge that can bring you more income in the near future.

Now live a marvellous life,

Jomar Hilario

How To Think Like A Marketer So You Can Earn Dramatically More Contents


So you want a F.R.E.E 16GB iPod Nano fully-loaded with personal development + mark'e'ting materials from me?

Here's how...

#1: Bring a business owner for a F.R.E.E Mark'e'ting Success Formula (MSFormula) training session.

MSFormula is a monthly mentoring program specially designed for entrepreneurs.

Next session is going to be on August 20Thursday from 1:00 to 5:00 PM in Taguig.

More details will be sent once you register.

#2: Now how do you know the entrep you're bringing is qualified?

- He/she is already attending paid trainings in the past,
- Considers P10k+ as a LOW self-education budget
- Is already earning 10M up annually from their business

How do I know the entrep is qualified? I'll just trust you on that one.

Now what are they going to learn?

- See the insides of a P100k Autopilot for Business - Seminar version
- Entreps can also interact with Virtual Professionals they can hire.
- Mobile video mark'e'ting

#3: You need to pay P1000 for the MSF Fee as a guest. This is for your slot.
The entrep gets to attend for F.R.E.E (first attend)

#4: Entrep guest joins and commits to join MSF as a paying member for the next 7 months or so.

#5: If the entrep pays for the next training session on September (P10,000/month), you are qualified to receive the iPod nano.

#6: Bring as MANY entrepreneurs as you can - to increase the chances to win the F.R.E.E LOADED IPOD NANO. But do hurry as we only have limited slots for August 2015.

#7: After attending on August 20 MSF, if your entrep guest wants to join the August meeting, he has two choices:

a. He should pay the monthly MSF fee of P10,000/month
b. Bring another 10M-30M earning entrep to the MSF. 

This time (September) he needs to pay the P 1000 guest fee. 

Again his guest comes for free - for the first time. 

For the details on how you can invite your entrep friends, go here:http://msformula.com.


If you haven't, I just uploaded the freshest F.R.E.E lesson on how you can justify E.A.R.N.I.N.G $25/hr here: http://jhilario.com/getinstantvirtualskills

Let me remind you that these lessons I'm giving you are just a preview of what you can get INSIDE the Instant Virtual Skills Mentoring Program.

It's THAT valuable.

So if you haven't watched the rest of the libreng lessons I just released, click here now: http://jhilario.com/getinstantvirtualskills


1. 7 CLEARS emails
2. How to setup an email catcher
3. How to create Paypal payment buttons
4. Inserting the email catcher inside your Wordpress site

[All the lessons above are already here: http://jhilario.com/getinstantvirtualskills]

COMING UP: 5. Connecting the email catcher to your website

Want more?

Stay tuned!


If you already attended OR downloaded my Date With Freedom event (or the VA2013) or if you are already working as a virtual professional and you want to level up, leave the $3/hour rate and justify earning $25/hour, the Instant Virtual Skills Mentoring is here for you at ITS LOWEST RATE!

You still have until next Thursday, August 6 to get the lowest rate for this course at only P2,495/month for Paypal or credit/debit card payments.

If you want to subscribe to 3 months or 6 months, you can get it at a MUCH AFFORDABLE rate.

3 months: Instead of paying P7,485, you can get the Instant Virtual Skills at only P6,485

6 months: Instead of paying P14,970, you can get the Instant Virtual Skills at only P12,475


We asked if you want a webinar break and you said 'NO'.

And because we know you are all about learning, we're not having one webinar, not two, but THREE WEBINARS!

Game ka?

More details will be sent soon!

Meanwhile, enjoy the F.R.E.E lessons I posted here and tell me what you think about it and if YOU WANT MORE.

Now live a marvellous life,

Jomar Hilario

P.S. Get your newest lesson #4 on EA.R.NING P100K AUTOPILOT here: http://jhilario.com/getinstantvirtualskills

P.S. You have 8 DAYS LEFT to get the Instant Virtual Skills Monthly Mentoring Program at the LOWEST RATE. Waste no time and get it here now: http://jhilario.com/getinstantvirtualskills

P.S. Join us on Monday for not one, not two, but THREE WEBINARS! More details will be posted soon so stay tuned.

Want a F.R.E.E loaded IPOD nano from Jomar?


Most people when they begin working sa internet are full of fear.

I mean, before you get a job, you're preparing - you're afraid you may not get hired.

You're afraid you may not have time to create the resume, prepare your blog or Date with Freedom /VA Seminar assignment. Tama?

When you're applying, you're afraid of the interview, what will you say? What will you charge?

When you're already working on your first few clients, you're afraid you'll go hungry because you charged too low, right?

When you're a veteran Virtual Professional, you're afraid of being "obsolete" so you prep and learn new things - but where to find the time?


So..Where did your confidence go?

You were so confident in school, at home and at work --but why not now?

What would you say if we fixed ALL OF that?

Would it be possible to slowly learn a SYSTEM to address all the problems above?

I did say ALL.

I did say SYSTEM, not just a one-time thing or pdf or ebook or video.

Now what if you get this FOR FREE?

Would be willing to give this FREE TRAINING a shot?

Announcing, the free step by step vidoes on how to set up 100K on AUTOPILOT:

How will this help your confidence?

Easy. If you really know HOW, you can talk about it in confidence.

How do you really know HOW? By doing it yourself.

How? Just follow my step by step videos below.

Jomar, what's the difference between this and a YOUTUBE video on how to "bla-bla-bla"?

The following free video series is towards creating / setting up a system on how to produce 100K on Autopilot from the Internet.

The skills you are learning below for free - is a SYSTEM of creating income for a company.

Yes, I did say free.

Yes, I do not believe I am giving this away for free.

You're just seeing the first 3 videos of this series.

There are more free videos to follow.

I needed to repeat that, yes these videos are free.

And all you need to do to increase your confidence AND income - is to go through them AND follow them yourself.

There's little value if you just watch, you MUST do them yourself - para tumaas confidence mo and you can charge high.

Excited ka na?

Here are the videos:

Video 1: Setting Up Paypal Buy Now Buttons

Video 2: Setting Up Drip Marketing Email Catcher

Video 3: Setting Up Drip Marketing 7 Clears Emails

Click the Youtube links or click this link now:http://jhilario.com/getinstantvirtualskills

Dali these will NOT BE FREE for long.

I'm putting a deadline on the "FREE-NESS" of these videos.


Join us on Monday, 9:00 PM as we interview Ashley Irving, a web designer for Wordpress & Hubspot -and the VP CLIENT of Carl Dexter Arceo, the virtual professional who I interviewed here.

Ashley was the one who paid for Carl's Instant Virtual Skills training.

One more thing- Ashley- though American, lives in Penang, Malaysia.

Find out how Ashley - the client of Carl - is just like you and me.

You'll find out on Monday -Ashley's perspective on The Top 2 Things Clients Look For When Hiring A Virtual Professional.

Why do I say only the SMART ones will join us this monday?

Because most people will want to listen to PINOY virtual professionals.

But that's just HALF the story.

You also need to hear the other HALF of the Virtual Careers world - the CLIENTS.

It's RARE that I interview a client.

Think about it - IT'S THE FIRST TIME -I've interviewed a VP client.

So if you want to get hired ASAP - and have that client PAY FOR YOUR TRAINING with JOMAR -- JOIN US this MONDAY - free.

Click mo ito to register for free: http://jhilario.com/webinar2015jul27at9pm

Now live a marvellous life,

Jomar Hilario

P.S. Do you want me to consider you as SUPER SMART? Easy lang yan. Listen to a virtual professional client this monday 9pm. http://jhilario.com/webinar2015jul27at9pm

P.S. Do you know of a Business Owner who's gross annual sales is more than P10M - and who wants to grow his/her company's ONLINE PRESENCE?

Do your friend a FAVOR - bring your friend to the August 20 1pm-5pmMeeting/Seminar/Marketing Sucess Formula with Jomar - and I'll teach you BOTH for only P 2,000.  This is a special offer valid ONLY for this August 20.   Reply if you have any questions about this.

P.S. The 3 new videos to solve your confidence and fear are here: http://jhilario.com/getinstantvirtualskills

3 Top Earning Techie Skills For You To Increase Your Confidence

Hello. Nikki here.

Have you heard about the Instant Virtual Skill Monthly Mentoring, a new course by Jomar Hilario?

“What is it about, Nikki?”

The Instant Virtual Skills, or IVS, is a highly-valuable monthly o.nline program for virtual professionals where you can learn the skills that will equip you and help you to instantly justify charging $25/hour or P180k every month.

Combined with the Virtual Assistant League of Experts (VLE) plus an exclusive support group, it’s the perfect concoction to keep you on top of your virtual career business.


Jomar has worked with and has been teaching Filipinos paano kumita sa internet by working sa bahay for the past 5 years.

He’s been teaching OFWs like you,
people in the BPO industry like you,
single mom/dad like you,
newlyweds who are planning to start a family like you,
students & fresh graduates like you,
employees who’ve been retrenched like you,
long-time employees nearing retiring like you…

Jomar has been crafting these courses that can help you achieve the freedom of deciding when to work and when to take a vacation with your family, how long you want to work each day per client, where you are going to work, who you are going to work for, and last but not the least, Jomar wants you to be the one to decide how much you’re going to E.A.R.N. each month — minus the trial and error.

In those five years, Jomar and his team studied over 20,000 Pinoy virtual professionals to really understand the unique challenges you face.

Here’s what we have discovered:

#1: You want to be able to learn how to build you virtual career while you are still working in the corporate world.

#2: You really don’t want that low-paying data entry job but you keep telling yourself, ‘This is the only o.nline skill I have!'

#3: You want to be able to E.A.R.N the same amount of salary you’re taking home when you were an employee or higher once you’ve become a virtual professional.

#4: You still want to enjoy the same benefits for you and your dependents — insurance, bonuses, etc.

#5: You want to standout among the rest of 1M+ virtual professionals around the world and be the in-demand rockstar they’re looking for who can easily justify a $25 hourly rate.

You know what?

This is the reason why Jomar created the Instant Virtual Skills Monthly Mentoring — to help you past these obstacles and guide you on your way to success.


The Instant Virtual Skills Monthly Mentoring is an exclusive training program brought to you by the Philippines’ Virtual Professional Guru & Tim Ferriss of the Philippines, Jomar Hilario.

The main reason behind the IVS is to help you acquire excellent virtual professional skills, apply these skills in your clients’ businesses and be the darling in their eyes, establish a stable career giving you time and fin.a.ncial freedom for you and your loved ones.

104 of you are already inside the Instant Virtual Skills Mentoring.

When you join the IVS, you will receive:
  • Two Instant “Designed For Newbies” Virtual Skills complete with video, audio and e-presentations every month, 
  • Be able to join the monthly VLE webinars to get even more skills and for instant guidance on your IVS Q&A,
  • All-new “Workshop style” lessons never before taught by Jomar to anyone.
Our goal is to be your competitive edge.

In the IVS, you will also be able to talk, meet, learn, have fun and support fellow Pinoys aspiring to be one of the top-notch virtual professionals.

Got a questions? Simply go to our Facebook page and post it on the wall. 

Surely, you’ll get some fantastic advice from Jomar, his team and your fellow VPs.

You know what’s super cool about this?

Everything is going to be online!


Well, some of you may think that a premium training like this must come with a hefty price tag. Sure.

But the main purpose of this course is to help you and so Jomar created the Instant Virtual Skills so affordable and with flexible payment options that won’t break your budget.

The gates are still open for new members at an exclusive discounted rate that can be locked in for life. Yes, your rate will never go up as long as you keep your membership.


Join us on Monday9:00 PM as we interview Ashley Irving, a virtual professional web designer for Wordpress and Hubspot.

Ashley is originally from US but currently lives in Penang, Malaysia with her husband, two dogs and a cat. She's an avid cyclist, photographer and writer. 

Ashley worked at HubSpot as a customer service expert and she loves solving problems, making things work and especially sharing best practices for website management and marketing with her clients.

On Monday, she will share with you The Top 2 Things Clients Look For When Hiring A Virtual Professional.

So if you want to discover what are those two things, join us on Monday and click here to register for the webinar:


Jomar has created three F.R.E.E. video tutorials/lessons for you already up!

You want more? Let us know by posting and tagging us on your Facebook profile with the words:

“I want MORE lessons to justify my $25/hr rate, @Jomar Hilario!” 


Hey, don’t miss this chance to prove your $25/hour rate. Join the Instant Virtual Skills today!

Nikki Hidalgo
VP for Jomar Hilario

P.S. The exclusive discounted rate to the Instant Virtual Skills will be gone soon, so join now!

P.S. DISCOVER The Top 2 Things Clients Look For When Hiring A Virtual Professional! Join us on Monday at 9:00 PM for an Interview with web designer virtual professional Ashley Irving. Register here: http://jhilario.com/webinar2015jul27at9pm

Do You Want To Be An In-Demand Rockstar Virtual Professional?

Are you sure you’re not a digital native?

There’s a term that’s been going around and I heard it first from Dr Larry Gamboa of Think Rich Pinoy.

“Jomar is a Digital Native, and I am a Digital Immigrant.”

Larry means I grew up on the internet but he kinda jumped into it late.

I think that’s what he means.

But let’s break that down a bit - “Digital Native”.

What does digital mean? 

Ones and Zeros.

1 and 0.

That word was first used to describe the computer revolution.

But with room sized computers, most of the people in the 40s -70s have not even seen one of these.

So you can say people from the 40s--70s-- they’re “analog” - the opposite of digital.

Or are they?

Because in the 1970s, came the first use of digital - the digital calculators - the ones with displays of LED LIGHT.  

Those who used digital calculators at school - you can say, would be the original digital natives - people born after 1970.

Did the digital calculator change their lives? Well, I did experienced this in school. If you knew how to use (program) these devices, you would get the correct score in your economics or science or statistics (not math) exams.

Was it a life changer? Not so much though. School changer, yes.

Around the 80s - came the Casio digital watches with built in games and the “Game and Watch”. Every family who could afford it probably had these.  

Kids were playing with them and swapping them and getting high scores.

They were digital in nature, but did they change people’s lives? In gaming yes.

At the same time the first personal computer came out - 1982 - followed by the P 25,000 IBM PC clone  That price and year was important to me, because that was the time our family got a computer.

(Note : You’re saying :”Your family must be rich. No, absolutely not, we did and was and still will be renting the house we’re living in-to this very day July 2015. The big thing here is that education was a top priority then).

My father got an IBM PC XT Clone. Metal case, noisy fan, no hard disc, just a single disc drive (kinda like a bigger usb slot)  for P 25K - it came with a dot matrix Epson LX800 - a printer still in use today (believe it!).

For our family, did it change things? Yes, I was the only kid who would print out my essays.

I was studying programming in PASCAL before I started college.

I was mastering IBM PC Storyboard and MS WORD before I even took the college entrance exams.

There was no secret here. 

There were no mentors, but each computer came with a book.

I did the obvious thing.

I read every page of the PASCAL book, the IBM PC DOS book and any other book I can get my hands on.

Surely YOU can do that, yes?


At this point, can we say that I’m a digital native?

So what is a “native”?

Someone who is “familiar around these parts”.

A native is someone “used to being here, lives here, for a long long time.”

Given this definition, I don’t think anybody outside of the big computer companies (IBM, DEC, HONEYWELL, etc) - can be called a “Digital Native.” In 1986, personal computers have only been around for four years. That’s not a long long time. 

I would describe my experience as a digital pioneer, though. I saw it, I was one of the first to encounter it and use it.  Does this story echo that of Bill Gates’s beginning story? Yes it does (You can check it out in Malcolm Gladwell's "Outliers").


Not only that, I let our personal computer affect my life in a big way. Suddenly, in 1986 buying printer ink and fan-fold paper is normal. So is carrying around a UTILITY diskette with PCTools and Zopt (a disk defragmentation app).


In those days, there was no app store- and software (apps) were in the thousands of pesos each (not 0.99 cents). But this did not deter me from buying my first software in Greenhills. Imagine me - a college kid from the province, going to Manila just to buy a licence and a diskette for Borland’s Superkey (a keyboard shortcut program). Sofware came in diskettes in a box.


The word techie haven’t been invented yet at this point.

Therefore, the word “non-techie” doesn’t exist as well.

People will just say “Jomar can you help me with the computer?” 

I think that attitude is much much better than saying the excuse of “I’m not a techie.”

Yes, it’s just an excuse -so you can go back to watching those Korean TV shows….

since it’s easier to press the ON switch of a TV remote - itself a work of digital tech. Irony?


At this point, we need to count 10 more years - to 1996 - for me to encounter the internet.

10 years of computer use - led me to become a “C” programmer for a bank.  

For insiders in the computer world, this is as “native” as you can get.

“C” is a very unfriendly computer language - that you may as well be speaking ONES and ZEROES (called “machine language”) to the computer.

So yes, by 1996, I am a computer/digital native. I’ve been using these “machines” for ten years. Only the pioneer mac users can claim longer -14 years (1982 was the intro of the Apple Mac, the IBM PC came later).


At work, I pretended to be important when I visited trade shows. 

I had to be - these shows were held in posh hotels and people were wearing coats and ties and power dresses. 

I was a programmer. Today -I would be called a “developer” or “software engineer” or “engineer.” I was well paid, but I had no business being in a trade show in Makati: I was not not a decision maker for my company.

So anyway, it was in one of these shows I found an old classmate. She was manning the “internet booth”, they were selling “email” services.  

Though the Tom Hanks movie “You got mail” will come out 2 years after this, the word “Email” however is not new to me.   You can already do that since the 1960’s  - and we had electronic mail services inside our office since the 1990s.  

The word “internet” - that was different. I wanted to know what it was - so I purchased an internet account. 

All that was needed was a direct line - a land line, a modem and a computer and I was looking at the earliest Yahoo, Geocities, Angelfire and forums - lots of places where people talked about anything.


Again, who’s the “internet native” here in my story?

No - one.  The internet was so new, who knew the most about it?

Not me. That honor belonged to those connected to the ’net pre-1996. 

But was I some sort of Internet Pioneer? 


Around 1997, I met Chyi. You may have met her during my events.  She was freshman college in computer science. We hit it off quickly as we shared the course. We made my first website together. Half was about me, and half was about her.

So, not only did I use the internet in 1996, I was already dabbling in HTML in 1997 -with enough knowledge to put up a simple website.

In that site, I placed a family page, a Lingkod ng Panginoon Newsletter and a list of my interests like Christian Music. You can take a look for yourself using the Wayback Machine: 

Way-what? The Wayback machine is a history of the internet. They save websites.  They have an early 1998 version of my site as well as 1999 and 2000 and 2001 versions too.  

There you’ll see I also copied this site to XOOM and Fortunecity. Both services are gone now.

That’s the reason why you’ll hear me say “Facebook is not going to last.” Because I’ve seen them come and go. Even google won’t last. There was once a day that if you used Altavista, you were cool. Google didn’t exist yet.

I did a lot of projects online between 2001 and 2015 -like my first podcast (still online!) and my blogs (300 different sites and counting) and my early videos on Youtube.  I even tried to legally download music BEFORE the mp3 format was invented (it took forever). 


Of course I’m an Internet Native and an Internet Pioneer.

I was there when it began, and I lived online since then.

The internet was my home for more than 20 years.


Touch screen natives - 8 years old kids essentially (2007 - invention of the iphone) aren’t going to run circles around me yet. 

The 8 year olds still need their parents to kick things off. 

You don’t think EvanTubeHD did all the editing, uploading, purchased all the video equipment, paid the bills AND fed his own parents when they began right? EvenTubeHD is a family project, not just Evan’s.


Yes, the new generation of kids growing around multi-touch screens.  It’s still part of the computer - (iphone) but it has made small babies learn how to interact with digital machines.

Soon, they will be called Touchscreen Natives. Maybe now-they’re already natives because - they don’t even know how the feel of a physical keyboard and a mouse. For them it’s all finger driven tech.


My Ipad is always "Storage Full" . Its full because I’m always testing out new apps that may be the “next big thing” - that can change the way we live.

My touchscreen phone is always full - so I can test out new phone apps all the time.

And example of my findings is Instagram’s Hyperlapse and the TEMPO app. Check them both to find out why I consider them ground breaking.

  • I guess what I’m saying here is - whatever the future may bring, I’m ready for it. Fact, I’m actively looking at new stuff and asking “Is this the next digital technology?”. 
  • On top of that, I actively purchase advanced tech from the abroad - to find out if it will change my life or not. Examples are- the SoundBlaster Roar (changed my life), the Logitech Solar Keyboard (didn’t change my lfie) and the much touted Leap Motion Controller (bad tech, stay away from it).


You may not see me in the news, or interviewed on TV or other people’s podcasts or in big “tech” conferences (I’ve left the employment world years ago), you may not even see me invited in “internet history” events or “internet expert” events - but now you know :I’ve lived through most of it —not from the expert’s point of view, but from a user’s point of you. 



From this story, you saw that I came, I saw, I conquered. And today, I’m not just conquering for curiosity’s sake. I’m conquering “digital jobs” for you.

So that you can benefit from it - without going through a long line of pioneer/native stages like I did.


I didn’t know it at the time, all these events culminated in you reading my story today. It also led to you hearing about my interview tonight 9pm with Mark David Zoleta - ex-call center employee who attended my Date With Freedom event last May - and after 26 days - now has a digital job - earning him dollars at home.

Tonight! Watch and learn how Mark David Zoleta-Nono Got His First Online Work 26 Days After The Date With Freedom Seminar and Summit:


Let me know if you enjoyed reading my history. It was triggered when I found someone subtling boasting about how young they were - “digital natives” they called themselves. This got me to thinking “What is a digital native?”  This story helped me defined that for you.


Did you use a calculator before ? For years?

Then you're probably a DIGITAL NATIVE w/o noticing it.

That's what a NATIVE is - you're used to it - it's no big deal.

Did you play Family Computer before? Today?

That's digital tech even if it's "just a game".

You're so used to it? Good, you're a native.

How about the computer?

You can use it right?

You may not be an "expert" but you can use it, like a toothbrush right?



Maybe there is hope for you then.

Maybe you ARE a digital native, you just don't notice it, because that's how NATIVES behave.

Today, you have no more excuses. 

There are too many books, too many YT videos to teach you and you have me, my messages, my webinars and events to teach you.

You can move from "native" to "expert" if you so choose.

And one way to start is to listen to tonight's "CALL CENTER TO ONLINE JOB" story for free.

Join us in "How I Got My First Online Work 26 Days After The Date With Freedom Event":  Tonight/Monday, 9 PM: http://jhilario.com/webinar2015jul20at9pm
Now live a marvellous life,
Jomar Hilario

P.S. Most Business Startups FAIL, Here's how you can prevent that from happening to you: http://jhilario.com/onlinementoring3

P.S. Want to work for Jomar, like OFFICIALLY? Click here now for more details:http://jhilario.com/joinmarvellousteam

P.S. Join us in "How I Got My First Online Work 26 Days After The Date With Freedom Event":  Tonight/Monday,

P.S. Watch out for the series of FREE VIDEOS on how to Set up - Step by Step - 100K on Autopilot. Did I say it was for free? If you like that, REPLY "Thank you Jomar".

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