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Nigeria Out Of Recession: Why You Shouldn’t Celebrate Just Yet

Have you heard the good news? Yes, just like the headline says:   Nigeria is officially out of recession! [Yipee! *Does the skelewu*]   I was at work, when it came up on the News. The reporter said something along the lines of “We are happy to report that Nigeria is officially out of the Read more about Nigeria Out Of Recession: Why You Shouldn’t Celebrate Just Yet[…]

Why I’m Officially Giving Up On Perfection (And Why You Should Too)

Before you go on, read this: This post is mainly about me so if you don’t want to read anything about me, you should stop reading now and go back to any of my other wonderfully titled blog posts.   I have a confession. It may or may not have been a secret but I’m Read more about Why I’m Officially Giving Up On Perfection (And Why You Should Too)[…]

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How To Get Over 100 Facebook Page Likes In 12 Hours With Just N1,000 (And Then Double It!)

Yes, I know. To a few, the headline seems a bit ridiculous and you might be thinking: “100 Facebook likes in 12 hours with just N1,000? Tomi, why you dey lie?” Well, here’s a pic that might change your mind: I started that promotion in the morning yesterday and by 9pm, I had gotten 116 Read more about How To Get Over 100 Facebook Page Likes In 12 Hours With Just N1,000 (And Then Double It!)[…]

10 important social media marketing lessons for entrepreneurs

10 Important Social Media Marketing Lessons For Entrepreneurs

Today, there will be no senrenre or intro. I’m just going to go right into this one… NOT! You know I always have to give y’all an intro, or in this case, a story: Yesterday, I was teaching on the Digital Hustle Whatsapp Group about social media. I got some interesting comments and questions and Read more about 10 Important Social Media Marketing Lessons For Entrepreneurs[…]

What Nigerian Churches Can Teach You About Business

You might not want to read this. And I won’t blame you. There’s been a lot of senrenre around Nigerian churches on social media that you’re probably sick of it. I know I am. But I’m the type of guy who likes to look for lessons in every brouhaha. And I’m also a crazy writer Read more about What Nigerian Churches Can Teach You About Business[…]

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The Tricks From TricksGyan Site Review

When I saw your URL, I figured: “Ahhh, another tech site in disguise… but maybe I’ll be surprised a little.” I wasn’t surprised. It’s another tech site. I think tech blogs might be the new entertainment blogs since for some reason everybody seems to be blogging in that niche. But wetin concern agbero with overload? Read more about The Tricks From TricksGyan Site Review[…]

A Night At The Bank, Everybody Judges A Book By Its Cover And What That Means For Your Business

We all know that tired old line. It should be obvious from the headline, but for the sake of those that don’t know, this is the line: “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” You’ve heard it countless times. Your parents, sunday school teachers, pastors and imams probably told you that. Nollywood has even codedly Read more about A Night At The Bank, Everybody Judges A Book By Its Cover And What That Means For Your Business[…]

Drying Paint, And Why Your Blog Needs A Personality

Have you ever sat down to watch paint dry? Me neither. But at some point, in your adventures on the interwebs, you have no doubt come across a blog that was just… dryyyy. I mean, not only wasn’t it unique in any way, it also didn’t hold your attention and made you want to click Read more about Drying Paint, And Why Your Blog Needs A Personality[…]

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The Cashier At Shoprite, And What To Do When The Customer Is Not Right

Don’t deny it. You’ve heard this common expression: “The customer is always right.” It’s even become a cliche, and you know how it goes when something becomes a cliche – few people dare to question it. I am one of those few. And yes, I do dare. Here’s why: Once upon a Time, at Shoprite… Not Read more about The Cashier At Shoprite, And What To Do When The Customer Is Not Right[…]

If I Have To Review Another Faux-Linda Ikeji Blog, I Might Slap Somebody

I know. You think I sound a bit crazy. (In your defence, I kinda am) You’re probably also thinking: “Which one be faux-Linda Ikeji blog again?” To explain, I’ll have to start at the beginning: Sometime about a year ago, I finally lost it. I’d always been a big fan of the Internet since my Read more about If I Have To Review Another Faux-Linda Ikeji Blog, I Might Slap Somebody[…]