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LOGiN Bloggers Network Contributes To Nigeria's Development; Celebrates Third Anniversary




Bloggers in Nigeria just like our entertainment sector have become large contributors to Nigeria’s success story. The gains of having internet savvy youths in Nigeria are enormous, and have led to employment and deployment of digital media, and blogging skills even for organisations.

The LOGiN BloggersNetwork, the pioneer and unique crème of bloggers in Nigeria have shown that blogging is a profession, that if practised ethically and consciously can lift the burden of poverty and ignorance in Nigeria. Made up of trained ethical bloggers in niches like Development, Telecom, Patriotism, Business, Automobile, Lifestyle, News, Tech, Education, Mother and Child, Reviews, Events and places and more, members of the LOGiN Bloggers Network are spread across various states in Nigeria but bound with the common creed to tell Nigeria’s story positively.

They do this by working with brands, institutions and personalities who are ready to reap the viral effect a large number of bloggers alone can bring to a brand. Blogging has been identified as the largest Search Engine Optimisation tool and this network is stopping at nothing to provide exposure for great ideas, development strides and brands.


It is also on record for these 3years, that this network organises the annual Bloggers Party and Awards in Abuja and provides trainings too.

So while speaking to the initiator JennyChisom Opara, she explained that “The LOGiN Bloggers Network was born exactly 3 years ago in a training facility in Abuja, as a brand initiative of the LogosAudibles Enterprises. It’s aimed as a means to groom a new crop of bloggers that will do things differently, shunning copy and pasting as well as every form of unethical/black hat practices. It soon grew into a network that now work with brands and with members and associates across Africa, this anniversary is a time for launching out in full force to wield our influence to bear on project Nigeria and to project brands in Nigeria properly. As we celebrate, we call on all bloggers across the world to acknowledge that they have the influence and commit to using it right.”

We can agree that bloggers have become a large component of our every day mobile and tech lives, and commend the efforts of these bloggers as they show the world and Africa how important their roles are.
Happy 3rd Anniversary LOGiN Bloggers Network!!! 

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and with support from across the globe


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Akpene Jacob said…
Congrats Login Bloggers Network.

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