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If I Could Speak at Harare WordCamp 2019
If I Could Speak at Harare WordCamp 2019

Harare WordCamp is coming up soon and I am very excited about this one. I really wanted to go last year but we had a huge campaign in studio and there was no way I could have taken time off but this year, it’s on my list. Had a near death experience from last year’s FOMO. Makupsy and Beaton were…

#WIASummit: How do African women engage the world and create a new paradigm?
#WIASummit: How do African women engage the world and create a new paradigm?

They say black women are loud, but did you know that psychologically people that speak the loudest and have no sense of an indoor voice are people that are dying to feel heard and being loud makes them feel like they are increasing their chances of that? If there were 8 people in the room, black and white of different…

Three Free Online Courses That Helped Me As A Blogger
Three Free Online Courses That Helped Me As A Blogger

Blogging is something I see myself doing for the rest of my life. It’s inevitable that it will change and evolve with time and learning is the only thing that will take me to the top and keep me there. Listed below are a couple of free courses that I have undertaken. These  have helped me to perfect my craft…

My Blog is Back and it’s Better!
My Blog is Back and it’s Better!

I have struggled to get it together when it comes to my blog and I was ready to leave it as is when I finally got my big break. Firstly, I have been through my fair share of web developers or designers. The fact that I couldn’t tell the difference between the two was problem number one. I had the…

I’ll Be Speaking at the Creative Hack
I’ll Be Speaking at the Creative Hack

I am under so much pressure. But we’ll get to that later. Let’s start at the beginning. The Female Visual Digital Network will be holding the first ever Creative Hack for female creatives and I have been selected to be one of the speakers at this event. What will you be speaking on? So my topic is pretty cool, it’s…

Afrobloggers Blogging Survey
Afrobloggers Blogging Survey

Saw this bloggers’ survey on Afrobloggers and I have been meaning to get around to it and you know how procrastination gets. I finally took the time and completed the survey. Please find the responses below. 1. How long have you been running your current blog(s) for? My blog, Thembi Terry, has run for four years now. I started it…

E-Books: The Secret Sauce To My Blogging
E-Books: The Secret Sauce To My Blogging

When I started blogging, it didn’t seem like something that I would have stuck to this far. It’s been a constant learning process and I still learn everyday. I knew enough to pass the New Media course at university but to monitise the blog and to be a thought leader in the industry needed more than a course that’s three…

How Money Could Revolutionise My Blogging
How Money Could Revolutionise My Blogging

Money answereth all things even when it comes to blogging. This year I had all these big ideas that I wanted to execute as a creative. I have been procrastinating for a long time because I just kept waiting and hoping things would fall into place and I’d have everything that I need. The mantra that has changed my life…

The 6 Social Networks I Use To Publicise My Blog
The 6 Social Networks I Use To Publicise My Blog

Facebook Alright, so Facebook is the biggest one because I share on my personal account, my blog’s Facebook page and also various blogging groups. WordPress automatically posts onto my page but the rest I must do manually. What usually works is having a great caption to acompany the link that already has an image of the blog title. At the…

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