MeetsMedia: Elsie Godwin hosts September edition
MeetsMedia’ Digital Media Talk scheduled for September 27th is hosted by the witty versatile Media Personality and Blogger, Elsie Godwin. After the launch of her book titled Oya Start Blogging, a carefully crafted eight-chapter body of work which gives insightful wisdom and knowledge to both the young and old about the intricacies of blogging, Elsie Godwin partners with MeetsMedia to host the first edition of Digital Media Talk, a conversation driven event aimed at promoting the use of Digital Media for positive change.
The vision of Meets Media is to create the gathering place where publishers, broadcasters, online mavens, and producers of the future could come and learn, celebrate their achievements, welcome corporate organizations and individuals for press briefing purposes.
MeetsMedia’ Digital Media Talk with Elsie Godwin, themed, ‘Blogging as a Tool for Social Change’is set for Thursday, September 27th, 2018, at the banquet hall, BWC, Victoria Island Lagos. The media chat will be a live broadcast event which will serve as awareness on how blogs can be a wonderful means to attract attention to oneself, a cause, an idea or a policy. It also creates opportunity for interaction with the media, in which will go a long way to interface and promote your brand/organization.
Speaking at the event will be professionals such as Sega Awosanya, Franklin Ozekhome, JJ. Omojuwa, Tiwalola Olanubi Jnr, Juliet Ahigo, Folaranmi Folayan, Anderson Paul, Tosyn Bucknor, Tosin Ajibade, Akinlabi Jimoh, Moji Delano, Laila Ijeoma, and others.
Often when we talk about blogging, we think about making money online. But blogging has more benefits than just that. It has helped people become bestselling authors, to get better jobs, have a voice and it’s also widely used to build a brand.
However over the past decade blogging has also grown into one of the most critical tools in the new media toolkit that can be used to share insights, lessons, questions, and reflections about a wide range of personal, political and policy issues.
These days’ blogs have proven to be a very effective means of putting ideas out into the world, of engaging others in a debate around and encouraging people to take concrete action or learn more.
Let your words do more than sitting on a page on the web, make a meaningful turn, be a part of this Digital Media Talk.