Often, we consider ourselves lucky to have had multiple opportunities to witness so many phenomenons in our lifetime. Day in day out, we are exposed to the ever-changing landscapes of trends – from the shifts in technology to the social media boom. We’re talking machines, gadgets, Facebook, Twitter, blogs, the works.

The nagging question is how many people really understand these changes? Who has really grown with it? How do you utilize these “vehicles” to eventually get you to your destination? What are you doing right, what are you doing wrong, is there a way make it work better?

So many questions, so little time. Time you should be spending at Blogopolis Malaysia 2012:

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After receiving enormous support in Australia last year, the first social media conference of its kind to ever set foot in Malaysia will be held at the Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur ala Ted Talk style on the 14th July 2012 (Saturday). Targeted at entrepreneurs (from startups to established businesses), social media enthusiast (that could be you!), and bloggers (that could be you, too!), the day-long conference will be armed with guidelines on cultivating a good social media strategy on top of ways and means to optimize and leverage on existing resources.

And much more, of course!

As a matter of fact, Blogopolis Malaysia has engaged a couple of exceptional speakers on that day such as:

  • Xia Xue (Region’s Best Blogger)
  • Nara (Top Entertainment Blogger)
  • Vivy Yusof (Fashion Valet Blogshop owner)
  • Premesh Chandra (CEO of Malaysiakini)

Want to be a part of it? Go here to register or click for more information! Alternatively, you could also call Adel at 016-3481869 or Nadia Heng at 012-3650735.

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Lainey
Eats, sleeps, & breathes music, but drinks mostly coffee & okay, some wine - sometimes, a little too much. A little too obsessed with the number seven, is deathly afraid of horror movies, believes that she writes better than she speaks, & currently feeling a little strange writing a profile about herself.