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Monday, September 23, 2019

iBlog hits its Finale this November

09/23/2019 09:32:12 AM

Photo fro iBlog Facebook page
Monday morning came with a piece of somewhat explosive news to blogging community: iBlog will have 15th – and LAST – staging this November at UP Diliman in Quezon City.

Yup, after 15 editions, they will bid goodbye.

Spanning for a decade and a half, The Philippine Blogging Summit has been one of the country's most premier gatherings of the blogging communities and individuals. Their events are usually open to anyone – professionals, novices, and newbies – in the online community, and we mean FREE ADMISSION.

On a personal level, their 9th edition in June 2013 was the first door I stepped on (and kicked) upon entering the much-massive community of bloggers in Manila. Since then, I attended their annual session just to check on what's up and what do they can offer on the discussion table, especially for the newbies who just started giving blogging a try.

For the most part of their existence, iBlog runs as a weekend full of meetings and socialization activities among members of the community; with discussions usually spanning from the basic how-tos of blogging, business and civic-related affairs, and cybercrime forums. The recent years, however, saw iBlog going on a full single-day summit.

As of this writing, iBlog will emanate from its home Malcolm Theatre on 9 November 2019, Saturday, from 8:30AM to 1:00PM – far shorter than its typical showing. The program agenda is, however, subject to change.

Registration is now open by logging into Check out their website and Facebook event page for more information.

Author: slickmaster | © 2019 The SlickMaster's Files

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