Malaysia women’s rights are under attack. The struggle against female opression has been fought on the battlefield both institutionally and domestically. There have been a few beacons of hope in the political sphere, as more women take on positions of power, such as the appointment of Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as Deputy Prime Minister and Latheefa Koya as the head of Malaysia’s Anti Corruption Committee. The progress however is not enough, and the proportion of eligible women that are actually accepted into prestigious positions in government or any employment scenario is still low.[Read more…] about Women’s rights in Malaysia are under attack and why it matters
Lawyers are in the business of working with people. It’s a face-to-face industry where interactions take place in real time. But don’t let this hold you back from delving into online marketing and digital communication. Every law firm needs a content strategy to be successful in 2018 and beyond. Do you have one? [Read more…] about The Importance of a Content Strategy for Law Firms
In the world of blogging, there’s no denying that WordPress remains to be the most preferred platform. And why not? It’s not only easy to use but is also compatible with numerous plugins and has lots of attractive templates.
As of June 2013, statistics show that WordPress is used by 58 percent of all the websites and version 3 is used by 97.2 percent of all sites that use the platform. The latest 3.3 version has been downloaded more than 12.179 million times breaking the site’s own records for downloads and upgrades.
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Websites using WordPress range from the popular to the startups. Among the popular sites that use the platform include The New York Times, CNN, Ford, NASA, People Magazine, Ning, Hootsuite, Zedo, Livestrong, Harvard Law School, Honda, Lexus and Time Magazine.
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