First of all I am truly humbled by this. When the writer, Izam contacted me about it, I was pleasantly surprised and didn’t quite believe it. Thank you Izam for making me sound good and The Brunei Times for letting me to tell my story.
Personally, I don’t think I’m much of a blogger anymore. It’s micro-blogging for me now and heavily into social networking. Together with my SocMed gang - @ranoadidas, @anakbrunei, @emmagoodegg @pablo_bakes & @maurina - we try to promote positive ways in using the social network platforms for awareness on current social issues locally or internationally.
We organized the first Brunei social media conference, Brunei Online with the help of Asia Inc Forum. Hopefully, next year we can do a much bigger one, with more participants and well known experts in social media. So, stay tuned!
I must say I’m lucky that part of my job now involves social networking too. It’s not an easy job but definitely an interesting if not a stressful one at times. I love the interaction and I’m constantly learning the trend and behavior of our local social media scene.
In closing, I would like to thank those who’ve been visiting all my blogs all this while. I’m truly flattered by your support. I do hope I can keep y’all entertained and informed in many more ways than one in the future to come :)
Link of the article online here.