“You like me, right now, you like me!” Pardon us (all of us, here on Inquirer.net) if we momentarily sound like Sally Field, famously receiving her Oscar for Best Actress in 1985. But at 5:03 pm on Monday, September 15, the official Facebook account of the Inquirer Group got its one-millionth like. The account, at facebook.com/inquirerdotnet, is maintained by Inquirer.net, the leading Philippine website.
A certified hit. After completing a three-week certification process, Inquirer.net, the country’s pioneer in online news and information, is again the country’s leading news website as measured by its Alexa ranking.
A day after SKY broadband subscribers experienced difficulty accessing INQUIRER.net, SKY Cable Corporation said Friday that “malicious third parties” caused the internet connection problem.
Sky broadband subscribers have been experiencing difficulty accessing INQUIRER.net.
A series of big news events since July, particularly the pork barrel scam, has helped propel INQUIRER.net’s page views to its highest level yet.