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ARUPS-MIPC 2019: Pre-Workshop Questionnaire

Dennis Relojo-Howell

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Ahead of next month’s ARUPS-MIPC 2019 to be held at Pulau Pinang, Malaysia on 2nd–4th August 2019, I invite you to join me on this workshop: ‘Beginner’s Guide to Creating a Successful Mental Health Blog‘. 

So that I can meet your expectations from this workshop, please answer this short survey

Overview

One infographic put out by blogging experts indicates that there were 152 million blogs on the internet as of 2013. Blogging has become ubiquitous in the digital world, and this has resulted to a significant growth in the number of blogging genres – from travel blogs, to lifestyle blogs, and of course mental health blogs. With 14 years of experience as a blogger, the presenter will share his knowledge and insights of what it takes for a blog to be successful.

The workshop will also entail discussions on SEO strategies to help you make your blog popular. You will also learn tips on making money from your blog, whether you – choose to blog on mental health or other genres. This workshop is for everyone. Anyone who are planning to launch their own blog and for those who wants to make a career from blogging.

Workshop details

Tentative schedule: Friday 2nd August 2019, 9am
Fee: RM100 per workshop
Duration: 2.5 – 3.5 hours

Related conference 

You are also invited to attend the 2nd International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education (ICPCE 2019) to be held at Universiti Sabah Malaysia in Kota Kinabalu on 30th October–2nd November 2019. 

ICPCE 2019 is organised by Psychreg, the International Society of Psychology, Counselling and Education (ISPCE), GetPsyched and Universiti Sabah Malaysia. 

Click here to see the call for papers. For further information, visit the conference website


Dennis Relojo-Howell is the founder of Psychreg. He writes for the American Psychological Association and has a weekly column for Free Malaysia Today. 


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