Internet sites made more attractive


IMCK-trainers on March 8th started in Irbil on a 7 day training with editors and makers of internet sites. Fifteen makers joined Marco Visser (from the website of the Dutch paper Trouw) and co-trainer Ako Mohamed at the building of Irex, to be taught about how to make sites that are more interesting for the public and are not competing with the (mother) newspaper. They also talked about technical aspects of making sites, and of ways to make sites more attractive for advertisers.

The training was made possible by funding by the Dutch ngo Hivos.

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