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- Qatada -
09-15-2012, 06:32 PM
Asalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh


What kind of things do you enjoy? :)

Like I know alot of people like Gadgets here, so if you like gadgets - say Gadgets. If sisters like Fashion, just write Fashion in your post.



The Idea
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I've got an awesome dawah project, which is really easy and depends on whatever thing you've got a Passion for (like if you enjoy gadgets and technology, just say it and we'll make a group blog on that subject (or any subject we have a group of muslims in).

Then whenever non muslims visit it, they'll be like 'woah, are Muslims like us too?' - then we have Islamic Quotes on the side which soften their hearts to Islam too).



We can make a bunch of blogs like this, halal ofcourse (i.e. sisters Fashion blog will not allow Muslim women pics, but just women can review makeup, review the latest handbags etc. or promote Muslim women businesses etc.)


So if you like gadgets - say Gadgets. If sisters like Fashion, just write Fashion in your post. If you like anything else, just say it
in 1 word and we'll see if this dawah is successful inshaa' Allah. Because remember, non of our dawah will matter to them unless we earn their Trust first. This is that method.
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- Qatada -
09-15-2012, 06:38 PM

Practical Example how this can be done:

http://kindl3blog.blogspot.co.uk/201...kindle-33.html

That blog, its so simple (only around 3 posts), yet because it filled in a niche category and helped people who were really confused - alot of Kindle users replied positively to the Muslim author. They even asked questions, and they even got a preview of surah al Qiyamah (in the kindle zip folder). Because of the high amounts of comments, it even got ranked to page 1 of google alhamdulillah! Yet we had only made 3 posts! (anyone who knows internet marketing knows how hard that is).
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