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LOG-IN workshop now in two streams, registration still ongoing

You know how to design, and setup/run your blog but not sure how to make it interactive and let it PAY you. It is as simple as ABC. Attend LOG-IN workshop (Bloggers MasterClass), designed for blog authors who want to 'build a business' from blogging. Happening this Saturday July 20 @ 2nd floor, Enugu House CBD, Abuja. To register simply send an email with subject "BLOGGERS MasterClass" to and get payment details. NB: July 27th hosts "Intending Bloggers" as they learn to set up and design their own blogs. To get a work-space, send a mail too with subject "Intending Blogger". Registration fee is N5000 for both streams. Enquiries: 07089893159 (SMS only). Proudly sponsored by TMR Media Concepts, Ezeart Designs, NSOEDO Ndubuisi photography and supported by TrendyRammy Blog, @Onenaijaa, NaijaCynth blog, Abuja Inquirer Newspaper, TetraFinesse Creations Ltd, EventsAbuja, @AuthenticNicky. Empower a young person in Abuja, sponsor one for the workshop.
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