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Why blogging will help reduce unemployment and restiveness among young Nigerians - The LOG-IN approach

The LOG-IN workshop for bloggers and intending ones have been announced for this Saturday July 27. This workshop is the second in the monthly series in Abuja, Nigeria. Participants have been empowered to create their own blogs, market it and make online impact.

The workshop in 2 sessions cover topics like Why do you want to blog? Creating an online brand, Writing your first post, Marketing your links and developing a consistent online path.

This session requires that all participants come along with their laptop computers and be ready to follow through the facilitation practically. The accolades from participants and stakeholders is encouraging as the era of empowerment for Nigerian youth is here. Click here to read previous report and see mode of registration.

The company with the copyright to this initiative is Logos Audibles, an innovative content development and publishing support service company based in Abuja Nigeria. The LOG-IN workshop is an empowerment scheme aimed at providing alternative jobs and impactful enterprise using the access to the internet by the teeming population of unemployed people in Nigeria. The scheme also targets young people in a job with an aim to help them acquire skill that will enhance their everyday duties and multitask. 

The workshop has produced bloggers like Mind baker, Pishon Kleen business blog, and more self-styled bloggers like Idea police blog, NaijaCynth and even organisational blogs like GOTNI, AyemAfrica amongst others.

Participants learn how to begin their own blog media business amongst other things making this initiative a must-support venture for Nigerians and Non-nigerians alike.

Registration is ongoing and participants can plan to attend during any month as the dates are announced ahead of time. The August session  is for August 23 & 24 2013 as seen in this banner
To sponsor someone to attend is only N5, 000 made payable to Logos Audibles, the parent company of LOG-IN workshop.

Supporting brands of the LOG-IN movement has been TMR Media Concept, One Nigeria @onenaijaa, Idea Police Movement, Ezart designs, Ndubuisi Nsoedo photography and EventsAbuja.

Thanks to Google for providing the platform for this online art.

Sponsorship opportinities abound for Hotels, Telecommunication companies, Mobile phone companies, Banks, Schools, The Media and more. 
Hotline is +2347089893159
Twitter: @LogosAudibles
Facebook: Logos Audibles 
Blackberry PIN: 2ABAE463

Support is sought to bring this workshop to all states in Nigeria. 


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