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Where To Learn The Business of Blogging In Nigeria - Blog Smart HangOut

You can't make money from blogging? Others are earning more than they expect!
...Hmmmn!


You ignore blogging and think it's overrated. You are at risk!

Sharpen your Blogging and business IQ at BlogSmart hangout Abuja on Saturday, July 25, 2015.
Venue: House 43, Gana street Maitama, Abuja.
Time: 9am

Register: Send NAME and EMAIL address to 07089893159.
BlogSmart...all blogging questions answered practically!


NB: BlogSmart is coming to your city soon, find out when you ask via SMS to 07089893159.


BlogSmart is proudly an initiative of Jenny Chisom Blog and holds every month in Abuja.

Comments

Marx Oduogu said…
You are really creative indeed

Very Soon you get to know me too keep it up dear
You can peep in To my Personal Page

Once again Am highly Impressed on your creativity

Kudos Lady ��
JENNY CHISOM said…
So good to hear from you Marx...thanks a lot.
Uba Babs said…
Great to hear it is a nice information,i will keep visiting,thanks.

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