The Internet and the online world is a constantly changing landscape. Millennials, however, are practically born with skills specialized for keeping up with new trends and innovations no matter how rapid their developments are. As diverse and available they may be—from live streams, microvideos and gifs, to more intense click baits and expanding world of emojis—they could also get complicated and out of hand.
How will you step up your game? How will you reach out to new trends?
Join us in this year’s BlogCon as we focus on the lightning speed-growing trends in the digital media, how to use them efficiently particularly in blogging, and how to incorporate them with our own styles.
Happening on April 30 at the AMV Conference Hall in University of Santo Tomas, BlogCon is a one-day conference that will once again huddle students who have passion for blogging and in developing their potentials through talks and panel discussions.
Among the premier and emerging Internet personalities that will share their experiences and knowledge on this area are beauty and lifestyle vlogger Say Tioco, artists Anthony and Tippy Go, fitness guru Nikki Torres, author of “Art of Hugot” Mark Anicas, comic artist Andre (a.k.a. Asshulz), and Creatives head of PhilippineConcerts.com Carla Barretto.
Sharpen your skills. Share your ideas. Discover your potential and identity in keeping up with the latest trends.
Now on its third year, BlogCon is open to all Thomasians and non-Thomasians. Registration and other details are posted on its official website: www.blogcon.tomasinoweb.org.
For updates, visit its official pages: www.facebook.com/USTBlogcon and www.twitter.com/ustblogcon (@ustblogcon). For inquiries, send email at email@example.com or contact Wynona Silverio at 09273056817.
This event was made possible by TomasinoWeb, the official online student publication and organization of the University of Santo Tomas, co-presented by DMD Photography, T&J Salon Professionals by Tony & Jackey, Wrist Manila and Zalora, in partnership with Buhay Kolehiyo, When in Manila and Click The City, and sponsored by Power Mac Center and Belle de Jour Power Planner.