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SocialMedia and Blogging training in Abuja: New dates published for March 2014

Blogging and Social Media Can Employ young Nigerians gainfully and the LOGiN Blogging Enterprise Project has been blazing the trail since June 2013.

The Blogosphere and entire social media space is saturated but in the midst of the information overload, young Nigerians can learn to run their own online enterprise empire and employ people too while reducing unemployment.

Blogs, facebook, twitter as well as social media job ethics is the core of this project with an aim to provide groomed human resource for organisations as well as make entrepreneurs who can gainfully employ others online.

The LOGiN project is powered by the LOGiN Bloggers Network, which has been empowering young people to influence their communities positively.

Using blog posts and socialmedia updates to foster enterprise and solving offline problems is our bias.

Cities across Nigeria can each host the empowerment workshops. It's going viral and internet savvy Nigerians who are interested in the burgeoning industry can become beneficiaries.

We are proud of some of our LOGiN alumni like Chukwudi who is making great impact already.

Next stop is LOGiN Abuja, March 27-29th. To register, participants are to email their Biodata/CV to Enquiries: 07089893159

Fee: N10, 000
PS: Bring Your Own Internet enabled Device along for the workshop

See: for details

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