The Internet is an abundant source of information on almost anything, but the lion’s share of that information is presented on some big international websites. The blogosphere has been monopolized by a handful of sites, which rarely pay attention to useful, localized content. To fill this void and offer Malaysians quick guides and in-depth discussions about jobs, education, finance, and other issues they face today, TCER.MY was created.
TCER.MY aims to bring authentic and well-researched information to Malaysia’s fastest-growing online community. The blog is built around the idea that Malaysians want to read about the issues affecting them, written in a way they can understand. There are many latest posts on health, food/recipe (resepi), and lifestyle, or tech and the website delivers them all with exciting visuals, properly divided sections, external links, charts, and more.
From the viral stories that make the readers burst out laughing to trending topics like special teacher grants to the most searched one, Bantuan Sara Hidup, and even voucher foodpanda, the blog got it covered to ensure that there is something for everyone on the website. In Malaysia, financial literacy is still low, and TCER.MY has made it a priority to educate the public on how to better understand their finances, salary slips (slip gaji), taxes, and a variety of topics pertaining to financial management.
Malaysia is a Muslim majority nation, with Islam as the official religion of the country. In this context, finding reliable information on the internet about prayers (doa solat) and related topics was tough. TCER.MY provides an outlet for Malaysians to learn more about faith that underpins most aspects of life and offers article about prayers rituals to topic like how to have discipline in lives. The website brings a wealth of informative content on religious and spiritual topics. Readers can use it to take care of their religious needs or deepen their understanding of them.
In addition, this blog has dedicated sections for job vacancies (kerja kosong). This section discusses how to crack government job exams in Malaysia. It also provides insights into the latest job openings in the government sector. Readers can learn about interviews, preparation tips, and how they can refine their resumes for easy selection. The website also goes into great detail about the latest technology, health tips, and interesting places (tempat menarik) and lifestyle. So whether it is about how to get rid of pain (cara hilangkan sakit) or places to eat (tempat makan), TCER.MY answers it all.