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Jenny Chisom Partners With National Blogging Month Team in Nigeria

Hello boss,


Can you imagine?
While, i'm thinking of plans for Bloggers Party in December, I got nominated to organise the Abuja version of the debut National Blogging Month by Mr. MacHenry Churchill.
Read more to see details




Hello Veteran Bloggers, Emerging Bloggers and Aspiring Bloggers,

We have chosen July 1 – July 31 as our NATIONAL BLOGGING MONTH to celebrate bloggers and the art of blogging in Nigeria. This date is chosen for strategic reasons. So join us as we officially include the passion and business of blogging into our yearly calendar.

To commemorate this epic moment in our local blogosphere, we have lined up various events including on-site trainings, online workshops on whatsapp, facebook & twitter, blog makeover sessions, networking sessions and a Nationwide Blog Tour that will cover up to 13 states (and still counting).

The Blog Tour will cover networking of bloggers + an open training themed “BLOGGING 101: How To Start, Grow & Monetize Your Own Blog” in all the states we visit.

Check out the schedule for our NATIONWIDE BLOG TOUR below:

1. LAGOS - July 4 - 7 | Contact 08148952100
2. ABEOKUTA – July 9 | Contact Fakeye on 07066052228
3. ILORIN – July 14 | Contact Adebayo on 08086261242
4. IBADAN – July 16 | Contact Olumide on 08062209456

5. SULEJA (NIGER STATE) – July 19 | Contact Francis on 08067303341
6. GWAGWALADA (ABUJA) – July 21 | Contact Jacobite on 07066501946
7. ABUJA – July 23 | Contact Jenny on 08038994417

8. ENUGU - July 24 | Contact Rosy on 08138296215
9. UYO - July 25 | Contact Etim on 09094703637
10. OWERRI – July 26 | Contact Agwah/Cruz on 07030380865/09033382520
11. PORT HARCOURT - July 27 | Contact JP Smoothly on 09091103414

12. KOGI – July 28 | Contact Insurena on 08130973950
13. ADAMAWA – July 29 | Contact Daniel on 07065645771
14. BAUCHI – July 30 | Contact Daniel/Abdul on 08038575661/08061690225
15. KADUNA – July 31 | Contact Philip on 08069166851

To connect and register for the training in your state, please contact the listed State Reps.


To enlist your state for the tour and have us bring the training to your city, please contact:
08148952100
09053565244
08085784569

#NationalBLOGGINGmonth is powered by:
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Supported by:
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I'm happy that blogging and bloggers are becoming more influential in Nigeria.

I will need you to attend and offer ideas too.
*ToastToYou

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