Malaysia Social Media Week 2012


Got invited to the Malaysia Social Media Week 2012 courtesy of the Social Media Chamber so headed over to the welcome cocktail held at Zebra Square, KL on 12 February 2012 with MHB’s Johanna and Samantha.

Some of the industry experts, top bloggers and speakers who were to share their knowledge with us during the week
MHB's Johanna and Samantha

Then on to the World Bloggers & Social Media Summit 2012 which was held at PWTC on 13 and 14 February 2012.

The World Bloggers & Social Media Summit
MHB's Valerie and Emma were there to learn from the experts
Spotted Bangsar Babe and my old schoolmate Leeanne
After lunch while waiting for the next session we decided to take some pics!

It was definitely interesting to hear what the industry professionals had to say as well as meeting fellow bloggers and share our views and strategies on the online advertising industry which is growing at a phenomenal rate in Malaysia and indeed across the world.

The media landscape is changing indeed. When I was growing up there was only TV, radio, newspapers and magazines for brands to advertise in. Nowadays we find more and more brands diverting their advertising budget to online mediums such as social media platforms Facebook, Google+, twitter and blogs.

The best blogs in the country were also recognized during the week? Head over to for the results!

More info on the World Bloggers & Social Media Summit 2012 at

More info on the Malaysia Social Media Week at

About Tim Chew

Managing Editor and Founder of MHB Digital - More than 15 years of media, marketing, and management experience with various media owners and publishers.

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