Friday, June 28, 2013

Bong Qiu Qiu - Celebrity blogger shares blogging tips with DBIT students!

Image from Ms Bong Qiuqiu's blogsite

Twenty Year 1 students from the Diploma in Business Information Technology got a chance to network with Ms Bong Qiu Qiu, celebrity blogger during their lessons yesterday!

The session was kindly arranged with the support of NuffNang, one of the world's leading blog advertising communities.  Nuff Nang's community currently reaches out to 1, 000, 000 bloggers in 8 countries and regions - Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, and United Kingdom.

At Nuffnang, bloggers generate income through blog ads placed by various brands, and become part of a close-knit community through a vast range of exclusive events and contests organized by the company.

During the session, two Nuff Nang executives, Ms Karen and Ms Yuen Yee shared with the students how they can monetize from the Nuff Nang platform and the ChurpChurp network by blogging or sharing posts.  They also shared the story of how the company was founded.

The gorgeous and lively Qiuqiu then took centrestage to share her tips on how to write engaging posts and to get a good following on social media platforms.

Qiuqiu also took an Instavideo on the spot and posted it on her Instagram account!

After the sharing session, it was phototime! The students, especially the girls, all queued up to take photos with Qiuqiu!

Qiu qiu is really a very very friendly and nice gal! She was very patient and obliging in posing for all of the photo-taking requests and throughout the session, keeping her radiant smile on her face.

I have made a collage of some of the photos she posed with the students below, but for the individual ones, check out our DBIT Facebook Page cos' I will be uploading the whole lot there! :)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

She was good good. But she is ruining her image going for crowd funding. She should not have breached the contract; what is she telling students or her followers, break the law? then leave the results to your followers, they pay for your mistake? This blog has just opened up another shokcing side of her-