Salam Media

 

salam mediaI chance upon this site when browsing and reading blogs that I use to follow. However I had heard about this name while surfing on the Facebook wall. Bloggers who attended the blogrr meetup at MIECC, Mines posted about a competition organised by Salam Media. I registered for the event but found out later that it clashes with an Internet Marketing Seminar that I had paid for making me not available to attend the former.

Salam Media is a community of bloggers and social media users ready to share and be associated with brands they love. They follow strictly on syariah compliance, transparent and trustworthy and dream to be the pioneer Islamic advertising platform for all social media users across the globe.

Companies can come forward to Salam Media if they want to increase brand awareness, get more leads & customer, improve conversion rate and create brand advocacy in the most cost effective manner. Social media is the new vehicle for such activity.

The future of marketing relies heavily on digital presence and content marketing.

With thousands of registered bloggers, Salam Media are able to leverage on their readership, viewers, stalkers, families, uncles and mak longs, to promote their brand through the most effective means, word of mouth. It will be an awesome mix of technology and personal touch for marketing.

English: Infographic on how Social Media are b...
English: Infographic on how Social Media are being used, and how everything is changed by them. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Iftar with eQurban @ Darul Maghfiroh

For the second time I had an opportunity to attend Iftar or breking of fast after attending the same function last year organised by a NGO group eQurban Resources with the cooperation of a private old folks home Warisan Kaseh Darul Maghfiroh at Sungai Kelambu in Banting, Selangor.

Warisan Kaseh (10)

The old folks home is run by Tuan Haji Mushrikin with his own budget. It house old folks who also came voluntarily. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life in a palm estate of Banting, life for the old folks is easy. They can garden during their free times and have no compulsory commitments except to, Allah where the surau is just considered next door to the house.

Warisan Kaseh (2)

The iftar was scheduled to be attended by Tan Sri Muhammad Ali Hashim, President of Malay Chamber of Commerce (DPIM) but due to unforeseen circumstances Tan Sri can’t make it. His speech was presented by Vice President Tn Hj Mohd Sahar bin Mat Din who also launch the Majlis Iftar.

Present were invited guest from orphanage and tahfiz students around Banting.

Guest were treated with delicacies comprising of Malay food and this year special was Cendol Bakar Kuala Selangor after the launching of the new look eQurban system, eQos and an album by a nasyid group, Damai.

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Fast For The Sake Of Allah

Beginning 10th July 2013, Muslims all over the world will begin fasting because its Ramadhan. Fasting is compulsory and is one of the Pillars of Islam. One has to avoid not only consuming food, liquid or any form of substance from Dawn to sunset but also have to avoid activities that can invalidate the fast.

Fasting is the only pillar of Islam that show a Muslim’s true faith to Allah. This is because only Allah really see whether he/she fast. One can just pretend to be fasting in public but breaks in when in hiding. This is the difference from the other four pillars when others can see what he does.

I would like to wish all Muslims wherever you are, A Happy Ramadan and Happy Fasting for Allah.