Belakang Tabir Hayy

Dah cuba Hayy???

Hayy ni memang sedap, ranggup, cukup rasa dan dibuat dari bahan bahan premium. Yang penting , Hayy ni produk Muslim dan masih ‘homemade’. Doakan Hayy mampu terus maju ke tahap lebih tinggi.

Hari ni… Hayy nak share cerita cerita belakang tabir kami… untuk #hayylovers ya

Ini diantara bahan bahan Hayy. Hayy dah pernah tuliskan khasiat khasiat daun kari dan bijan. Serbuk cili wajib la letak sikit … barulah ada ‘ummph’.

Ini lah step step pembikinan Hayy, iaitu proses penggulian tepung dan goreng

Dah goreng, timbang dan bungkus

Mudah kan ??? Nampak mudah .. tapi agak remeh terutama selepas pembikinan….

kerja kerja bersihkan kuali, dapur dan wajib mop lantai hhhmmm boleh tahan jugakla

Namun takla melemahkan semangat Hayy….nak bawa Hayy ke tahap lebih tinggi sebagai produk muslim

Yang ni, packaging Hayy. Kalau nampak dimana mana, jemput rasa dan beli ya.

Semoga Tahun 2020, Hayy bertambah suksess. AAmiin

Yakin diri, bi iznillah



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  2. Great post! I think design also plays into encouraging people to post comments. I’ve seen on some other blogs where they change the default “leave a reply” on a new post to “Be the first to post a comment!” depending on your audience that is very inviting.
    Nothing like a little controversy, a edge, to generate a conversation? (this is a question, don’t you think?)

  3. No James, that’s the way you wrote it (or at least the way I got it). Don’t blame me, I would never ask a yes or no question. 🙂
    …okay, but seriously – this is something I need to work on. On a number of the blogs that I get paid to write for, I have no idea how many people are reading (since I post, but don’t manage or market the blog) and I’m frustrated when there aren’t comments.

  4. On my own blog, which I just recently started up, I know I don’t have much of a readership so it will take a while to develop comments and community, but I still want to do things right…So I’ll definitely keep this article in mind…particularly your comment #5, which I think deserves to be a follow-up article in itself.
    …I have found that the “be first to leave a comment” has worked sometimes, but possibly intimidated in other circumstances. Yeah, a lot of people would love to be the first to post on popular blogs, but on startups? Not always.

  5. When I ask a question at the end of a post, I always get responses. I do it judiciously, though, as I like to ‘mix it up’ and not always ask for a response.
    Hi James – great advice. I’m trying to ask open ended questions at the end of my posts, but it doesn’t always work, and often people will comment, but not answer the questions.

  6. What am I doing wrong? Am I putting the comments in the wrong place? Should they be closer to the beginning of the post, or in the middle, or where? Thanks. Catherine
    Getting comments is the bane of my existence! I try to end the post with a question about how my readers are using [insert topic] and no one responds. I have tried to hold contests where I will give them FREE PUBLICITY for a comment and nada.

  7. I do trust all of the ideas you’ve presented in your post.
    They are very convincing and can definitely work.
    Still, the posts are very brief for beginners.

    May you please lengthen them a bit from next time?
    Thanks for the post.

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