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Mutual Aid Between African Bloggers

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Short presentation on the importance of relationships between South African bloggers and bloggers from the rest of Africa

Short presentation on the importance of relationships between South African bloggers and bloggers from the rest of Africa

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  • Some of you may have watched the TED video of Benjamin Zander where he begins his talk with the story of the two shoe salesman sent to Africa in the early 1900s. They each wrote telegrams back to Manchester: “ Situation hopeless They don't wear shoes.” “ Glorious opportunity They don't have any shoes yet.” There is a similar situation in the Internet industry, where some people think 5 million South Africa Internet users is never going to be enough. And the 51 million Internet users in Africa is peanuts compared to North America, Europe or Asia's Internet population. This is a glorious opportunity friends, countryman and 27Dinner regulars. The ideas in this presentation is based on Peter Kropotkin's book, Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution, published 1902: http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_archives/kropotkin/mutaidcontents.html
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    • 1.
        • Mutual-Aid between African Bloggers
        • Ramon Thomas
        • www.netucation.co.za
    • 2. This is what I got
      • Digital Citizen Indaba 3.0
      • African Bloggers Google Group
      • Blogging TEDGlobal 2007
      • African Bloggers Conference in Kenya in 2009
      • Sponsorship and Support
    • 3.  
    • 4.  
    • 5. This is what it can do for You
      • Increased readers
      • Increased reach
      • Increased revenue
      • Increased results
      • Increased reasons
    • 6.  
    • 7.  
    • 8.  
    • 9.  
    • 10.  
    • 11. Andriankoto - Madagascar
    • 12.  
    • 13.  
    • 14. What does Andriankoto need?
      • Sponsors
      • Faster Internet Connections
      • Training on How to Make Money online
    • 15. Henry Addo - Ghana
    • 16.  
    • 17. What does Henry Addo need?
      • Advocacy: Getting others to blog
      • Search Engine Optimisation training
      • Software development projects
    • 18.  
    • 19. Next Step
      • Join African Bloggers Google Group
      • Set-up African Bloggers Conference blog
      • Mentor-a-Blogger (Email, Skype)
    • 20. Contact Details: Ramon Thomas
      • www.ramonthomas.com
      • Cell. +27829407137
      • Add me Facebook, MXit, LinkedIn

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