Thursday, June 14, 2018

The Former Nigeria  President Goodluck Jonathan has showered praise on the Nigerian  former Head of State Abdulsalam Abubakar who turns 76 today.

  In a statement by his media aide, Ikechukwu Eze, the former president described Abubakar as a patriot and a man of peace who Nigeria owes a debt of gratitude.
  However, Goodluck Jonathan lauded Abubakar for arranging the shortest transition from military to civilian rule that has brought the longest civilian dispensation in the nation’s history, describing it as proof of the ex-general’s great wisdom.
  He further described as a fitting tribute that Abubakar’s birthday falls close to the Eid-el-Fitri celebration, just almost a coincidence.
“May you be blessed because just as the Muslim Ummah celebrates the end of Ramadan, Nigeria celebrates you for ending military rule.
“On this very special anniversary, I join you, your family, well-wishers and millions of other Nigerians to give thanks to Almighty God for a life of great achievements and inspiring service to humanity.”
        This year's World Cup will open with a Group A fixture between the host nation Russia and Saudi Arabia on June 14 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, kicking off the beginning of the group stages.

   Thursday's match will be the only one held on that day to coincide with the opening ceremony, with three group stage fixtures taking place each day until June 28.
   Russia are fortunately a first-time hosts of the tournament thereby qualified automatically, and will be making their fourth appearance at the campaign since 1990.

  Although, the Asian qualifiers Saudi Arabia's best result at a World Cup was finishing in the last 16 in 1994, and will be hoping for a better finish this tournament.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

    Former Plateau State Governor, Joshua Dariye, has been found guilty of corruption by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. 

     The Federal Capital Territory High Court, Abuja, sitting in Gudu, Abuja found the Ex-governor guilty on a six count charge of unlawful transfer of a whooping sum of N1.126 billion ecological fund of his state to the South West chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP. 

    However, the case was brought before Justice Adebukola Banjoko about 11 years ago by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

    Dariye, who ruled Plateau State between 1999 and 2007, was was arraigned by the EFCC on July 13, 2007 on allegations of money laundering and other corruption charges.
     The EFCC caused him of moving funds into the account of Ebenezer Ratnen Venture, alleged to be one of the companies through which he siphoned the funds.

     Just recently, another former Governor of Taraba State, Jolly Nyame, was last week sentenced to 28 years imprisonment on a two-count charge in a case of corruption brought against him by the EFCC.
      Moreover, the sentences are to run concurrently, hence Nyame is to spend 14 years in jail.

Real Madrid football club on Tuesday announced the appointment of the Spain's Julen Lopetegui as their new 
head coach from next season while parading the Spain's national team of the start of the prestigious  World Cup tournament .                       

 Unfortunately for the new Los Blancos coach, Julen Lopetegui, he has been sacked as the head coach of Spain national team.   This dismissal was confirmed during a press conference on Wednesday morning, a day after the LaLiga club announced he would be replacing Zinedine Zidane.
   Initial confirmation from the Spanish FA, said the 51-year-old would depart following the 2018 World Cup.
But the federation’s president, Luis Rubiales, is unhappy with the situation and has decided to fire Lopetegui two days before Spain’s Group B opener against Portugal.
   “We have been forced to break our agreement with Julen Lopetegui.
“Lopetegui has been a great Coach. But we cannot accept this behaviour,” Rubiales said.  Today being the 13th of June 2018, an eve to the Russia 2018, will be remembered for such a dramatic occurrence.  Although, Julen  Lopetegui will be relaxed for now trying to ease up the recent tension and plan ahead for another dramatic Real Madrid season come 2018/2019 season as he is expected to deliver from the Spain's capital. 

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Latest news :hat so many people have intentions of applying for the next upcoming BBN housemates game show. This article will guide you on how it goes… Stay calm. First and foremost, all anticipating applicant should note that the audition date for the programme has not been announced. I will update this page with latest big brother 2019 date immediately it is out. For now, read the application method, venue and requirements for the next Big Brother Naija Audition. The Nigeria reality TV show is back full time. Like you already know, it will be shown on MultiChoice Nigeria paid satelite, DStv and GOtv in January 2018.
 Latest news.

The show is popularly referred to as Big Brother Naija while some people call it Big Brother Nigeria which is not wrong at all. BB Naija First Edition Price for all Winners In the first edition of Big Brother Naija which took place 10 years ago, twelve housemates battled for the coveted $100,000 prize money by performing various mental and physical tasks. After staying in the house for three-month, Katung Aduwak was announce as the winner of the first edition of Big Brother Naija. However, this highly rated reality TV show has produce some notable stars such as Africa Magic’s Tinsel actor, Gideon Okeke, and TV personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.
Big Brother Naija Basic Requirements
Latest news.

Since the forms are yet to come out for sales by the organizers, so is the requirements still yet to be revealed. However, according to last year’s application requirements, all applicants are only eligible for Big Brother Naija application with the following; You must be a Nigerian citizen over 21 years of age. You must have a valid International Passport How to Apply for BB Naija Audition 2019: Make a video (check out “video” tab on the site for some guidance) It is always recommended to prerecord a video so you can make sure you are doing, saying, being exactly who you want to be. However, if you are an “on the fly” kind of person, the site is equiped with a self video recorder so you can just wing it if that is what you prefer. Save a current picture of yourself, and video to your computer, so they are ready when you apply online.
Latest news.
Completely fill out the online application and upload your video and picture here. We’ll email you if we want to move forward in the casting process with you.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

News: Facebook is a social networking online site and service where users can post comments, photographs and links to news or other exciting information on the Web, play games, chat live, and live stream video. You can place an order for food with Facebook if that is what you want to do. We all love Facebook, and we have Mark Elliot Zuckerberg to thank for it. Zuckerberg who is the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Facebook. Mark's net worth is estimated to be $69.3 billion as of February 9, 2018. But who is this guy Zuckerberg? Well here is a brief account of his life’s journey to date.

Who is the Owner of Facebook Now (2018)?
Early life: gurusaine newsMark Elliot Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook has his roots in White Plains, New York, where he was born in 1984. He was the firstborn in a family of four children of a dentist, Edward Zuckerberg and his wife a psychiatrist, Karen. When Mark was aged twelve, he invented a messaging program called zucknet that his father used in his clinic for easy communication rather than having to shout across corridors. He additionally came up with video games just for fun, and when Mr. and Mrs. Zuckerberg discovered his passion and gifting in the computer, they recruited a personal tutor for advanced computer lessons.
Zuckerberg later joined an exclusive preparatory school in New Hampshire where he was the school captain. Apart from computers, Zuckerberg was good in literature, obtaining a diploma in classics. However, computers remained his true love. In high school,Mark also created an initial type of the music software Pandora named synapse that was popular and gained the interests of companies such as AOL and Microsoft which offered him a job, but Mark turned down all these offers.

News:The birth and growth of Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg then graduated and joined Harvard in 2002. While in Harvard he created a program known as Course Match, that aided learners in selecting their classes according to the course choices of other users. He also came up with Face mash that did a comparison of the photos of two students on campus and permitted users to choose the one that appealed most to the eyes. However, face match was later closed by the school’s management as they thought it inappropriate.
Who is the Owner of Facebook Now (2018)?
After gaining a standing as the tech genius, young Zuckerberg was approached by a number of students in the institution to assist them design a social networking site referred to as the Harvard network. Later he began Facebook as a school-based social network Harvard, to be precise, with the aid of Eduardo Saverin, Chris Hughe,s and Dustin Moskovitz. Mark Zuckerberg then dropped out of campus in 2004 after his sophomore year in Harvard to concentrate on Facebook full-time and relocated it to Palo Alto in California. It then developed to other learning institutions around Boston and Ivy league schools after Acel invested $12.4 into the network. It then later expanded to high schools, then Australia, the United Kingdom and organizations such as Apple and Microsoft. Facebook went ‘public’ after being opened up to everyone 13 years and above in 2006.

Since then, Facebook has expanded beyond borders to be one of the biggest and most popular social networks of all times with billions of users making Mark Zuckerburg one of the wealthiest and youngest men alive.

Personal life and charity
Who is the Owner of Facebook Now (2018)?
Mark tied lifetime knots his longtime Chinese girlfriend, Priscilla Chan, in 2012. They were blessed with their first daughter, Maxima, in 2015 and their second, August, in 2017. Zuckerberg has utilized his riches in several philanthropic drives and is known to be quite the philanthropist and even signed the ‘giving pledge’ alongside billionaires Bill Gates and Warren pledging to donate 50% of their wealth within the course of time to charity. Together with his wife Chan, who is a Harvard medical school graduate, Mark announced that they would also be donating a sizable amount of their Facebook share to the Chin Zuckerberg initiative which would focus on improving health and education.

News :There is so much more we can say about Mark Zuckerberg,

Friday, April 13, 2018

News-fake army soldiers parade round this morning.

1. The General Officer Commanding 81 Division Nigerian Army, Major General Enobong Okon Udoh today Monday 9 April 2018, paraded some impostors and criminals arrested within his Area of Responsibility in Lagos and Ogun states recently. They were paraded at the Headquarters 81 Division. Parading the impostors and criminals on behalf of the General Officer Commanding was Brigadier General Hamisu Hassan the Chief of Staff of the Division.

2. As revealed by Brigadier General Hamisu, the impostors were arrested in several parts of Lagos and Ogun states by various Operation CHECKMATE Teams of 81 Division operating clandestinely, while they were carrying out their nefarious activities dressed in different types of Nigeria military uniforms, accessories and other accoutrements. Also arrested by the indefatigueable Operation CHECKMATE Team were criminals who aided and abetted these impostors by making and supplying them with fake military ID cards and the military accoutrements donned by them to perpetrate their nefarious activities. Some long deserted as well as dismissed personnel of the Services of Armed Forces who impersonated Service personnel of various rank categories are also among those arrested and paraded by the Division. He further revealed that the frequency of occurrence which was indeed very high about two months ago was now on the decrease since the inception of the “Special Operation CHECK MATE” launched by the General Officer Commanding on his assumption of office. It could be recalled that these criminal impostors are constantly perpetrating criminal activities such as extortion, molestation of innocent citizens, intervening in private disputes between aggrieved parties for pecuniary gains, settlement of land disputes etcetera, which tend to portray the Nigeria Army in particular and the Nigerian Armed Forces in general to the public in bad light as they commit such criminal and illegal activities in military uniform thus giving the false impression of being bona-fide military personnel to their victims and other unsuspecting law - abiding citizens. In so doing, these criminal impostors cause undue and unfair public opinions and outrage against the Nigerian Army by reason of criminal acts that were clearly perpetrated by them. The Authorities of 81 Division hereby urges members of the public to always beware of imposters and to always reach out and call the numbers below whenever in doubt or whenever they see persons in uniform engaged in any form of illegality.




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Members of the public are please informed that, in line with the Chief of Army Staff's Vision which is to have a Professionally responsive Nigerian Army in the performance of its duties, the current leadership of 81 Division Nigerian Army indeed has zero tolerance for all forms of illegality including the activities of impostors which directly and unfairly impact on the good image of the Nigerian Army by committing various despicable acts in military uniforms and thus eliciting slanderous public reactions and opinions against the Nigerian Army for no just cause.

3. Below are the list of recently arrested impostors that were paraded by the Division.

a. Mr. Abdullahi Mubarak arrested on 2 April, 2018 for impersonation fully dressed in military camouflage uniform with red beret and MP hand band in Ojo area. He had a fake military ID card in his possession.

b. Mr. Emmanuel Anthony a dismissed soldier residing at No 24 Iyana Cele, Ojo. Emmanuel is the ring leader of the fake ID card producing syndicate. He has also in various occasions impersonated as a Lieutenant, Captain and any other rank that suite his illegal activities.

c. Mr. Ibeh Gabriel Emeka who resides at No 25 Isoko Street, Ojo was arrested on 3 April, 2018 at Alaba International Market. He is a member of Emmanuel Anthony syndicate producing fake military ID cards. They have also worked together as impostors dressed in military uniforms.

d. Mr. Olasunkanmi from Adeoyo in Ibadan was arrested on 18 March 2018 in Shagamu for impersonation dressed in military uniform.

e. Mr. Godwin Emmanuel of No 49 Isheri Magodo was arrested on 18 March 2018 for impersonation dressed in military camouflage T-shirt.

f. 12NA/67/5544 Private Ahmed Yahaya a deserter from 202 Battalion Bama in 2015 and dismissed since September 2016 at Headquarters 3 Division Nigerian Army was arrested on 3 April 2018 along Sabo- Sagamu road Ikorodu Lagos, dressed in Army Camouflage T-shirt parading himself as a soldier to defraud law abiding citizens.

g. Mr. Ale Ayokunle a resident of Hall Mark Estate, Fish Farm Bus Stop was arrested on 31 March 2018 dressed in Nigerian Army Green Camouflage uniform at Flower Market Odugunyan Ikorodu Lagos, molesting and extorting money from innocent civilians.

h. Mr. Robert Danang an impostor was arrested on 3 April 2018 at Sabo market Ikorodu dressed in Nigerian Army Strike Force Camouflage jacket and parading himself as a soldier, defrauding and extorting money from innocent citizens.

I. NAF 074360 Corporal Abubakar Suleiman a dismissed Regiment from Nigerian Air Force Base Ikeja was arrested on 4 April 2018 for assaulting a Benin Republic police officer at Assesse Junction along Lagos-Ibadan expressway. He was dressed in Army face cap claiming to be a serving personnel molesting innocent citizens.

j. 15NA/74/5589 Private lbrahim Isah a deserter from 149 Battalion Ojo he was arrested on 5 April 2018 in Ikorodu general area dressed in military camouflage parading himself as a personnel while molesting and extorting money from innocent civilians.

k. Mr. Monday Iyaji Ogar from Cross River state was arrested on 9 February 2018 along Mile 2 - Badagry expressway Lagos. He was wearing a Camouflage T-shirt and driving a Tokumbo vehicle that was to be delivered at United Legal Motors.

l. Mr. Emeka Stephen, a computer operator also a member of Emmanuel Anthony syndicate who specializes in producing the fake ID Cards and documents was arrested in Alaba International market on 6 April, 2018.

m. Mr. Bala Gabriel was arrested on 2 April, 2018 dressed in military uniform in Ojo area.

4. Since the assumption of Command of Major General Enobong Udoh and the subsequent launch of a Special Operation CHECKMATE, the operation has yielded positive results leading to the arrest of a total of 36 impostors within a short span of two months or thereabout. 23 of them have since been handed over to the Civil Police for further investigation and subsequent prosecution. The remaining 13 of the paraded impostors will also be handed over to the Police for further investigation and prosecution at the completion of preliminary investigations to further uncover their cohorts.

5. The General Officer Commanding 81 Division wishes to use this opportunity to thank the people of Lagos and Ogun States for their cooperation and enjoined them to always report activities of persons engaging in any form of illegal activities dressed in military uniform through the phone numbers provided or nearest Military Barracks.

6. You are please requested to disseminate this information through your various Media. Thanks for your usual co-operation.


Lieutenant Colonel

Acting Deputy Director Public Relations

81 Division Nigeria.

Thursday, April 5, 2018

There for  Best Way to Make Money Blogging

How Do You Make Money Blogging?

The moment you decide to use your blog to make money, you’re no longer just a blogger. At that moment, you also become an entrepreneur, and your blog becomes a small business.

You’ve probably heard of financial planners giving free seminars to attract clients, right?

Well, blogging is a lot like those free seminars. You’re giving away your expertise and knowledge in the hopes of attracting customers and then gaining their trust.

In other words, if your goal is to make money with your blog, use it as a lead generation mechanism. Nurture those leads until they are ready to purchase, and the profit can quickly snowball.

My Story of Making Money Blogging

It took me about five years to earn my first dollar.
During that time, I started four different blogs, working on them at night and on the weekends. The first three failed. Despite investing hundreds of hours into each one, I made too many mistakes, and I eventually had to shut the blogs down. I didn’t earn a penny from them.

And I won’t lie to you… it sucked.
Each time a blog failed, I seriously thought about quitting. I felt like I was putting in all that time and energy for nothing.

But it wasn’t true. I was learning.
Yes, I made a lot of mistakes, but I didn’t repeat them. So, while those first four blogs were all “failures,” each one was also closer to success than the last.

With the fourth blog, everything finally clicked. I was getting 1000 visitors a day within about two months, and I sold it for $10,000. That’s when I knew I was onto something.

From there, I went to work for other big blogs for a few years, helping grow Copyblogger and KISSmetrics into what they are today. Eventually though, I felt the itch to go out on my own again, so I left and started this blog. It now turns a fairly steady $100,000+ a month.

In total, it took me about eight years to get here, but in exchange for investing those eight years, I now have enough money to support me until the day I die. Also, every day I get emails from people telling me how I changed their lives for the better.
So, it was worth it. No question.
But was it easy?
No. It was just as hard as starting any other business.

I did learn a thing or two that might speed along the process for others, though. Let’s start by talking about the exact step-by-step process for how to make money blogging.

Here’s How to Make Money Blogging

1.    Set up your blog
2.    Write content that gets lots of traffic
3.    Convert visitors into email subscribers
4.    Send those subscribers content that builds trust
5.    Sell products or services your audience wants

The problem?

It’s hard to do. The process is simple on the surface, but each step is enormously complicated and requires extraordinary skill. Especially the last one.
For instance, do you want to sell your own products or services? If so, which ones?
Here are just a few of the options:

Make money blogging by selling these types of things

Or… what if you don’t have any products and services to sell? What should you do then?
Well, you can also make money blogging by selling someone else’s products and services.
The most conventional (and least profitable) method is selling advertising, where you allow companies to promote their products and services to your audience in exchange for a fee. You can also form partnerships with other companies, promoting their products and services and earning a commission each time one of your readers purchases. This is called “affiliate marketing.”

Which model should you choose? What should you do?

Well, I can give you my thoughts. After a decade in this business, I’ve learned a few things, and I believe some of them might surprise you…

Don’t Sell Advertising (or Use Google AdSense)

Ask your average beginner how they plan to make money blogging, and they’ll say they plan to sell ads on their site. After all, that’s how big newspapers and magazines monetize, so why not them?
But it’s a mistake.
When I was at Copyblogger, we ran a little experiment. Normally, we refused to sell any ads on the site, but just as a test, we decided to put three ad spots in the right sidebar. The site looked like this:

Initially, we placed ads for our own products in each of the three spots, and we tracked all the sales resulting from someone clicking on the ad. I don’t remember the precise numbers, but we had something like $50,000 in product sales over 30 days. Not too shabby.
Well, out of curiosity, I shopped around to see how much advertisers would pay for the same ad space. The absolute highest rates I could negotiate would’ve brought in only $5,000 per month per ad spot, totaling $15,000 per month — 70% less than we made selling our own products.
And this was for a big, authority site! Imagine the pitiful rates a beginning blogger would get trying to make money blogging that way.
Granted, it’s not really a fair comparison. With your own products, you have to consider the cost of development, support, and other miscellaneous expenses, but even factoring those in, advertising our products was still more profitable by far.
The next most profitable strategy would have been to partner with other companies, collecting a commission on each sale as an affiliate. We never tested it, but I would guess we would’ve made somewhere around $25,000 per month on the spots — 60% more than advertisers would have paid.

The point?
If you have an engaged audience that trusts you, and you’re trying to figure out how to make money blogging, selling ads is never a smart move. And that includes all the variations like Google AdSense, sponsorships, and advertising networks. None of it will make nearly as much money as promoting your own products or earning commissions from promoting someone else’s.

Start with Affiliate Marketing (or Services)

As I write this, it just so happens that I’m in the initial stages of starting a new blog (more details to be announced soon). It’s in a completely different space where I have no products, so I’ve been pondering the best way to monetize it, and here’s what I think…
Affiliate marketing is the smartest strategy.

If you’re not familiar with the term, it’s a business model where you endorse other people’s products or services in exchange for a commission. On software and information products, affiliates typically earn a 50% commission or sometimes even more, so it can be quite lucrative.
Pat Flynn, for example, makes over $100,000 a month in affiliate commissions. Here at Smart Blogger, we mostly promote our own products, but we also make a tidy sum promoting LeadPages and SiteGround:

Granted, you won’t make that kind of money when your blog is small, but when you’re just starting to learn how to make money blogging, affiliate marketing is still a good way to start for several reasons:

•    It’s faster. Instead of investing months or even years creating a product, all you have to do is publish a link on your site. Assuming your audience is engaged, you could be earning commissions within hours or even minutes.
•    The income from affiliate marketing is almost entirely passive. You don’t have to worry about creating products, supporting customers, or any of the technical complexity of selling your own products or services. You can also invest the time you save into growing your traffic, leading to more revenue later.
•    It can guide future product creation. If one affiliate product sells 10X better than all the others you promote, you might want to think about developing your own version of the product, because you have proof your audience wants it.

Personally, I think the advantages are so enormous that when it comes to how to make money blogging, no one should consider any other business model… with one exception:

Service providers.

If you are a graphic designer, real estate agent, attorney, or any other type of service provider, you probably want to offer your services on your blog from day one. The profit you make will almost certainly outstrip anything else, at least in the beginning.

Build the Funnel in Reverse

Even if you’re making fantastic money from affiliate marketing or selling services, chances are you’ll want to try your hand at developing your own product at some point. So, where should you start?

My answer: with blogs, the most profitable price is usually the end of the funnel. Here’s what I mean…

You’ve seen a sales funnel, right? A company entices you with a freebie, then they offer you something cheap but irresistible, and then they gradually sweet talk you into buying more and more expensive stuff. It’s a tried and true marketing tactic, and you should absolutely build a sales funnel for your blog.
What you might not know is you should build it in reverse.
A lot of bloggers launch a cheap e-book as their first product, and then they get frustrated when they don’t make much money. Here’s why: the real profit is at the end of the funnel, not the beginning.
Selling e-books is fine and dandy if you have half a dozen more expensive products to offer your customer afterwards, but it’s downright silly if you don’t. You’re much better off creating and selling the expensive product first, and then gradually building cheaper and cheaper products.
When you do have some less expensive products to sell, you can offer those to new people first, safe in the knowledge that you have something more profitable up your sleeve to sell them later.
Here at Smart Blogger, our products cost $9,997, $1,997, and $997, $497, $197, and $47.  We started on the expensive side first, and we gradually worked our way down. It’s been much, much more profitable this way.

There’s No Such Thing As a “Cheap” Market

“But Jon,” I can hear you spluttering. “I can’t sell a $10,000 product! My customers don’t have that much money.”
My response: you’re 98% right. Unless you’re selling exclusively to multimillionaires, the vast majority of your customer base won’t be able to afford premium products, but what’s interesting is it doesn’t matter. Often, you can make more money selling to the 2% than you can to the entire 98% combined.
For instance, our $10,000 product is a year-long coaching program for bloggers — a group that’s not exactly known for their wealth, but I always fill all ten spots within minutes of opening the program. Here’s why: the last time we opened it, I notified 40,000 bloggers. 2% of 40,000 writers is 800 people. By only accepting 10, I’m creating a situation of extreme scarcity.

You can do the same thing, even if your list is much smaller. If you have 100 subscribers, chances are two of them might be willing to buy premium products or services from you, and those two will often pay you more money than the other 98 combined.

And let me be clear…

I’m not saying you have to charge $10,000. We actually make even more money from our $2000 product than we do the $10,000 one:

The point is, most people are afraid to charge more than $200 for a class, believing that’s all people can afford, but it’s just not true. Every market has customers who are and willing to pay for a premium experience. Give them one.
Just be aware… higher prices demand bigger promises. Let me explain.

The Price Depends on the Promise

Let’s go back to the example of the $10,000 coaching program. How on earth did I get people to pay me that much money?
It’s not because they were stupid. They didn’t get one of my emails and say, “Oh, look honey, this is a fabulous opportunity to throw our money away. Let’s give this good-looking fellow $10,000 just for the hell of it.”

On the contrary, they expected a lot of me. In exchange for that $10,000, I promised to help them launch their blog from scratch and get their first 10,000 email subscribers in only 12 months.

That’s one hell of a promise. Just to put a dollar value on it, you could probably sell a blog with 10,000 subscribers for at least $100,000 in most markets. So, I was essentially promising them $100,000 of value in exchange for only $10,000.

This, my friend, is one of the fundamentals of business.

If you want to charge high prices, you absolutely can, but you must make big promises. Similarly, if you want to charge low prices, you absolutely can, but you must make small promises. In either case though, the value of the promise should be at least 10X the price.

For instance, we have a guest blogging course that retails for $497. In exchange, we promise to help students get featured on a big blog or magazine like The Huffington Post or Forbes. I think it’s fair to say that exposure is worth $5,000 to the right person. So, the product sells easily and well.

Not to say everything is sunflowers and daffodils here, though. In fact, there are two easy ways to screw up:

1.    Charging high prices but making small promises (result: the product doesn’t sell well, and you waste a ton of time).
2.    Charging low prices but making big promises (result: lots of customers, but you make no profit).

There’s a rumor floating around that I’ve made each of those mistakes on multiple occasions. Some people also say I have to be repeatedly reminded about the graph above, lest I slip up and nearly bankrupt the company (again).

But come on, who are you going to believe?

No, in all seriousness, I learned all of these lessons the hard way. If you’re wondering how to price your product or service, you’d be wise to heed my words.
Oh, and a few final points before we move on:

•    Needless to say, you should only make promises you can actually fulfill. Anything less is unethical.
•    If people immediately think you’re full of shit upon hearing your promise, then you’re in trouble. In my opinion, this is what marketing is really about: getting people to trust you when you say you can help them. The better you are at it, the more money you’ll make.
•    In the above graph, “value” refers to how much the customer values what you’re promising them, not your own personal value. For instance, I personally think my guacamole is worth $10,000 a bowl, but none of my friends agree with me, so I’m forced to give it to them for free. Bastards.

Also, I’m skipping a lot of other important topics like price testing, competition, economics, and lots of other variables that affect how to make money blogging, but in my opinion, none of those things are even worth considering until you know the answer to this one simple question:

What can I offer people that’s worth 10X what I charge?
Answer that, and you’ll at least be headed in the right direction.

Webinars Kick Butt

If you’ve been on our email list for long, you know that we do a lot of webinars. Here’s why:
On average, each webinar generates about $60,000 in sales. It’s by far the most profitable thing I do. Nothing else even comes close.
If you’re wondering how on earth we make that much money, part of it is how many people attend. For instance, here’s a webinar where we had over 3,000 people registered to attend:

But that’s only part of it.

The other part is just the skill of doing a really good webinar. If you want to know how we do it, all you have to do is attend one of our webinars to find out. Everything we do is on display, and you can study it, free of charge.

Automated Funnels Are Even Better

You know what works even better than webinars for us?
Use automated funnels to make more money.

Now, before I get into the nitty-gritty details, a word of warning: this is extremely advanced marketing. I don’t even recommend you think about this until you cross $100,000 per year in revenue.

But here’s the idea:

Through the magic of technology, we have sales happening every minute of every day. We can automate who gets discounts at what times, as well as when those discounts expire.
We can also chain together promotions. If you don’t respond to a $2000 offer, we might follow up with a $497 offer, which now seems cheap by comparison.

Oh, and did I mention we are tracking your every move?
For instance, you’re reading a post about how to make money blogging. If you’re a subscriber, what do you think the odds are that you’ll receive an email from us sometime soon offering you a product about how to make money blogging?

Hmm. Pretty good, I think.

And just to be clear, this is all automated. I’m not doing anything. No one is.
The computer is following rules we set up in advance, and it’s following them 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Welcome to the future of marketing.

Your Email List Is More Important Than Anything Else

Okay, enough flashy technology. Let’s get back to foundational principles.
In analytics, there is a principle called “the one metric that matters” (OMTM). The idea is that you find a single number that accurately predicts the success or failure of your project.
In the case of blogging, that number is the size of your email list. (Not RSS, mind you — it’s dying a slow but certain death.) In my experience, your email list is the most accurate predictor of how much money you’ll make.

Here at Smart Blogger, we strive for one dollar per subscriber per month in sales, and I think that’s a good place to start when you’re a beginner too. In other words, an email list of 1,000 subscribers should result in at least $1,000 per month in sales, 10,000 subscribers would result in $10,000 per month in sales, and so on.
The more subscribers you get, the more money you make. Granted, your relationship with your subscribers and the quality of your products or services and dozens of other factors still matter, but to drive revenue, focus on email list growth. To make money blogging, it’s absolutely essential.

Start Selling from Day One

How long should you wait before you begin selling? 1,000 subscribers? 10,000 subscribers? More?
Nope. Start selling from day one. Here’s why:

If you’re not making any money from your blog, it’s hard to stay motivated to continue. The opposite is also true. For instance, how do you think I feel when I see this number pop up on my dashboard every day?

I remember the first morning I woke to discover I’d made $100 overnight. It felt… magical. It also gave me the motivation to do the work necessary to make sure that happened every night.

It’ll be the same for you. When you have money being deposited into your account every day, it’s a whole lot easier to keep yourself motivated.

It will also give you the funds you need to build a team around you. You can hire an assistant, a tech person, a billing person. The faster you get rid of stuff you suck at doing, the faster you will grow.

Now, a caveat: don’t turn your blog into a gigantic sales pitch. Nobody likes that. You should, however, be offering something your audience wants and needs. Don’t push them on it, but do make it available, and do remind them from time to time that they can purchase it.

Tips about blogging: secret about Making More Money with Your Blog in 2018

Blogging has become an integral part of marketing and a very infamous way of earning. Who doesn’t like sitting at home and working as and when they please? Well, as nice and cosy as it seems, you just don’t get paid for having a blog. A considerable amount of work and time is needed in order to bring your blog to a payable position. Get the entrepreneur out and let the blogger take a back seat for a while.

Advertising spaces:

One of the most basic approaches to making money online is advertising. The more the movement as much it attracts crowd and you are probable of getting advertising organizations. No one invests on advertising with someone with a low following. If this method works out well for you can also advertise your own products and ideas. Considering the fact that you have more options to profit, the advertising space can be put to use for self-publicity reasons too. It’s proven that marketing your own products earns a better profit than selling advertisements. If you want to cut yourself some slack on taxes, you can also use calculators for small businesses.

Email Subscriptions:

With so many blogs to compete with and create a rock bottom for your blogging business, it’s very important for you to be able to gain trust. You start with setting up a blog, focus on content that creates traffic or attracts crowd and give email subscriptions for free. This creates a niche for you.

Know what people want:

This is one of the most important aspects. You must know what you want to write about and is it something that’s getting you good traffic. Creating a niche is an important part of being able to earn through blogging. The more the traffic at your blog, the more crowd it attracts and other dimensions come into action.

Affiliate marketing:

Instead of waiting for your product to advertise you can take up other products and do affiliate marketing, where you can get a good commission without having to invest anything. The commission can go up to 50% and more and is very worthwhile.

everse Sales Funnel:

It’s a tried and trusted marketing strategy. Instead of starting with a cheaper product, start selling the more expensive and then unfold your sleeves, giving away the cheaper ones later. Sales funnels are currently being used by many of these top bloggers who are converting their regular site readers into high-value leads and sales.

Membership Sites:

This can actually help you increase traffic at your site. If you offer email subscriptions, download options or providing free content. After a couple of times you can charge them for customized content, exclusive for the person who ordered. This might not hit it at the begging but is an amazing idea as everyone needs academic articles, essays etc.


If you think that you cannot get through with the above mentioned steps, go for freelancing. Almost every MNC or online merchandise store has a blogging section in their websites and are always on a lookout for writers, content developers and advertisers. Grab the chance and sit at home making money.

f you ever wanted to make money with a website or blog of your own, these are just a few of the most effective ways for you to get started. Google Adsense and affiliate marketing are two of the most effective forms of revenue generation, as they don’t require any upfront costs or have the need to hold inventory of process orders for your customers and site visitors.

Blogger tips .
Secretes  about blogging.
It’s simple – if you want to be a successful blogger you need to run your blog on a successful platform.

Let me give you an analogy – if you wanted to open a successful restaurant, would you use ingredients you could find for free? Of course not because who knows what you kind of ingredients you would be getting at no cost. You would start with the best ingredients you could afford.

Lucky for you – it doesn’t cost much to get started blogging (in other words, it’s the cheapest business you’ll ever start). You can get a good quality restaurant up and be running without breaking the bank. Plus if you decide you don’t want to be a chef, you get a 100% money back guarantee. Not bad!

Where to get started

Gurusaine and wordpress is the #1 blogging software in the world. If you want to start a WordPress blog for cheap, going with Bluehost to run your blog is the answer.

I’ve used Bluehost to start three companies (including this website). In fact, the first time I used them was in 2005.

You can start your blog with Bluehost for as low as $2.95 a month (a discounted rate I personally negotiated and that is available only through my link on. Plus they give you a free domain name if you go with the 12-month hosting plan (that’s a $15 value).

The best investment you can make is signing up for the 12-month hosting plan through Bluehost. You save money by signing up for at least 12 months.

If you change your mind later, you can get a refund at any time. In six months if you decide to get a refund (you won’t because you’ll enjoy blogging so much), you can get a partial refund for your unused time.

Why pay for hosting?

You can find free blogging services like Blogger where you could start a blog. I already mentioned how that would be like using free ingredients to cook with and start a restaurant.
Here’s what’s important – if you ever want to:
•    make money off your blog
•    make money off your freelancing
•    build a successful business
•    have a professional looking website that attracts visitors and customers
you have to pay for hosting.

The reason is simple – customization and flexibility. Free blogging services like Blogger don’t allow you to add all of the features available with paid hosting. Such as:
•    shopping carts
•    advertising
•    speed enhancements to improve the user experience
•    free add-ons to make your site look better
•    access to thousands of free WordPress gurusaine plugins (custom functions and features so that each blogger can tailor their site to their specific needs)

I’ve been building online businesses and e-commerce websites since 2000. I would never in my life start a new website with a “free” blogging or “free” website platform. If you do, within months your website is going to start growing, and you’re going to have to switch to a paid platform anyway. You will have thrown away all that time (and lost money in the process).

I’ll give you another analogy. With free hosting, it’s like renting an apartment that has steel walls. You can’t use a hammer and nails to hang pictures, install shelves, put up wallpaper or hang a TV mount.

With paid hosting, your apartment is like a modular office space you can customize however you want. You can move the walls around, put nails in to hang pictures everywhere you want, install shelves, mount five TVs around the place, etc. Heck, you can even cut a hole in the wall and stick in a new window if you want.
You need to be able to customize your site if you want to make money.

For example, if you want to make money from advertising, advertisers prefer professional looking websites. A professional looking website is much harder to get with the free blogging services, which is just one more reason to go with a hosting platform like Bluehost.

Why Use Bluehost?

Here is why I trust and recommend Bluehost to new bloggers:
•    Amazing 24×7 support via phone, e-mail, or chat. If you have questions on getting started or setup, you can get help quickly and easily
•    It’s easy to get started. My 15-minute tutorial walks you through step-by-step how to get started blogging. It really is that easy to start a WordPress blog.
•    FREE blog domain – Bluehost will give you a domain name for free such as
•    100% Money Back Guarantee – Bluehost has a 30-day money back guarantee
•    FREE WordPress setup. WordPress is the blogging software used by the majority of bloggers. Bluehost includes an easy setup for adding WordPress.
•    Reliability – Bluehost websites are up 99.9% of the time. Reliability is important because if your blog is down, you don’t make any money! I lost over $5,000 in one day before when GoDaddy was hacked and my website was unavailable.
•    Self-hosting. If your goal is to make money from your blog you have to have a self-hosted blog. Self-hosting just means you are paying to host the blog yourself using a service, as opposed to using a free service that hosts it for you.
•    You’ll look professional – Free blogs like Blogger, Tumblr, or limit you in various ways and appear less professional than self-hosted blogs.
•    It’s cheap! Price matters. And when you have quality and price, it’s a win-win for you. Bluehost starts at just $2.95 per month (a discounted rate available through my link) which is less than a cup of coffee!
When you are ready to get started. There are a lot of blog hosting companies you might come across. As someone who has been in the online business since 2000 and has started three successful companies using Bluehost, invest in yourself and check them out.

Naming your blog

What if you can’t think of a name for your blog?
One challenge of getting started blogging has nothing to do with writing or setting up the blog. It’s figuring out what to name your blog!
You might think all the good names are taken! It just takes time to find the right one for you.
Even if you can’t think of one yet, you can get your blog setup and finish up the name later. I’ve worked on a lot of websites where we had an idea (our adoption website) and started developing it, only to settle on a name weeks later (
If you’re stuck on picking a name check out the book
Action Items
1.    Sign up for a blog host (Bluehost is the one I recommend) and get WordPress or gurusaine installed. You can follow my step-by-step instructions.
2.    Start thinking about a name for your blog.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Earn money by referring people to join to the affiliate program, you will earn $20 of each sale that your affiliates will make and it's really working l have tested it.
This my referrer link use this link to register it's real  : ,

You can refer people using your referrer link : , send them you link and tell them to click on AFFILIATES link from the top menu and then click on "Click Here to Sign Up". All people that you will refer to sign up to the affiliate program will increase your earnings (you will earn $20 every time they will make a sale.)

Monday, April 2, 2018


Nollywood star actor, Jim Iyke, has revealed the woman he had his best relationship with.

The actor has been linked with several women but in a chat with Punch, the actor revealed that his relationship with the love of his life never made it to the pages of the newspaper.

Iyke said the best woman he ever had was not Nigerian but from Barbados.
He said that although they were in love with each other, the relationship ended because the lady wanted marriage when he was not ready to settle down.
Iyke said, “Compatibility and love are not enough to tie the knot. I have been in love before and the truth is that one of my best relationships never made it to the pages of the newspaper.

“She was a girl from Barbados, she was a very special girl and we were together for one and a half years but I actually lost her. There was something she wanted me to do but I could not at that point in my life because I was a little bit too crazy, hung up on fame and indecisive about life.

“She decided to make a decision for both of us by insisting I put a ring on her fingers. She wanted me to make that move or move on so that I didn ’t block the space for another man because I wasn’t ready.
“She moved on because she was that strong even though she suffered the consequence of not being with me for a while. By the time I realised that she was the love of my life and started backtracking, a more discerning man had taken over; that was what happened.

“By the time I got back, I realised she had another man and even though I wanted to find a backdoor into her heart , I was shocked to realise that the guy is a sharpshooter because she was already pregnant for him.i
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In this post, we have compiled a list of the top 10 private universities in Nigeria  2017|2018 based on certain parameters which include the quality of their education, their research as well as the quality of their graduates.knowing very well that many private institutions have been known to produce excellent graduates that can rival their counterparts in government universities.

Top 10 Private Universities in Nigeria 2017|2018
1 Covenant University
First on the list is Covenant University  I am very sure that this higher institution should be used to this position by now. This have not been the first time it has appeared here,Located in Ota, Ogun State, Covenant University is arguably the best private university in the country. The school was established in 1999 and is a brainchild of the Living Faith Church Worldwide.

The university has a Nobel Laureate, Professor Eric Maskins in its department of Economics. He was the 2007 Nobel Laureate of Economics.
Other prominent faculty members include Professor Ezekiel Adebiyi, a professor of African Society for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology and Professor Emmanuel Maduagwu, a notable professor of Biochemistry.
In 2017, a collaborative study by Stutern, BudGit and Jobberman revealed that Covenant University students are the most employable.
The largest ranking agency for higher education in the world has consistently named Covenant University as one of the top 5 Universities in the country since 2014. Although the university was ranked 10th in Nigeria in 2013, it had moved up the ladder to second by 2015.
In 2012, the leadership of Covenant University unveiled the vision 10:2022 which was aimed at putting Covenant University on the world map by 2022. The goal was for the university to be among the top 10 universities in the world by 2022.
#2 Afe Babalola University
Second best is the prestigious Afe Babalola University established in 2009 by Afe Babalola, a lawyer and philanthropist, Afe Babalola University is a top notch university with state of the art facilities.
The university is located in Ado-Ekiti and currently has a student population of over 6000. This prestigious institution has 5 undergraduate colleges and 1 post graduate school.
Afe Babalola University
Afe Babalola University is one of the few schools that began academic activities on its permanent site. Also, the university is one of the few private schools that established a college of Medicine within a short time frame.
The college of Medicine was accredited within four and half years of its inception. And the Federal Medical Centre in Ekiti currently serves as the teaching hospital.
Afe Babalola University is in touch with world class medical schools, some of which include John Hopkins and Howard University. This has further catapulted the university to prominence in the country as one of the top private universities. In its third year of existence, Afe Babalola university was rated the second best private university in Nigeria.
Also, Afe Babalola University has taken many giant strides, one of which was its collaboration with UNESCO in the area of Agriculture as well as peace and conflict. As a result of this, UNESCO held its retreat in Nigeria within the university’s premise.
Afe Babalola is a model university in Nigeria and it is one of the top private universities when it comes to enrolment for the law program due to the reputation of the university’s founder.
#3 Landmark University

Landmark University is another top private university that is affiliated with the Living Faith Church Worldwide.
Established in 2011, Landmark University is located in Omu-Aran in Kwara State and it is first tertiary institution in the area.
Since 2014, Landmark has consistently featured among the top 5 private universities in the country. The university has the following colleges:

    College of Agricultural Sciences
    College of Business and Social Science
    College of Science and Engineering

The university has recognized the importance of agriculture in the nation’s economy and the leadership of the university is geared towards nurturing students that will lead the agrarian revolution in the country. And it seems some of their graduates are beginning to walk the talk. In 2016, one of the university’s graduands, Benneth Nwosu Chukwuma founded the Benny Fish Farm.
At least 10% of the graduating class at Landmark has been known to finish with first class grades. However the university took this a step further at the last convocation in 2017.
The percentage of graduates that finished with first class grades increased from 10% to 17%. In this particular graduating class, out of a total of 468, 66 were first class graduates.

4. Babcock University
Babcock University is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist education system which is the world’s second largest Christian school system.
The university is located between Lagos and Ibadan. Babcock has its origin from the Adventist College of West Africa which was established in 1959. This college would later become the Adventist Seminary of West Africa.
The university was officially launched in 1999. Babcock has 9 schools and 1 college which include:

    The School of Agriculture and Industrial Technology
    Babcock Business School
    College of Health & Medical Sciences
    School of Basic & Applied Science
    School of Computing & Engineering Sciences
    School of Education & Humanities
    School of Law & Security Studies
    School of Nursing
    School of Public & Applied Health
    School of Post Graduate Studies

The university has a state of the art school of medicine which is named after the legendary neurosurgeon Ben Carson. The school graduated it first set of medical doctors in 2017
#5 American University of Nigeria (AUN)
American University of Nigeria is a private university located in Yola in Adamawa state. The university is the first and only university in the country with an academic program that is built on the American model and these programs are consistent with the U.S accreditation standards.
The university was founded by the former vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar. He had a desire to establish a world class university in the country and this led to collaborations with the American University in Washington D.C which eventually led to an agreement between both universities. The university at Washington was expected to serve as a management consultant to AUN for a period of 5 years.
The university officially began in September 2005 is located in Adamawa. Generally, the class sizes at the university are small which enables optimal interaction between the faculty and the students.
The graduates of AUN have proceeded to attend some of the best schools in the world and have gone on to top their classes. Also, some AUN graduates have attended graduate school at the American University at Washington D.C
Recently, 8 of the released Chibok girls were enrolled in AUN under the New Foundation School (NFS) Initiative
#6 Redeemers University
Located in Ede in Osun State, the Redeemer’s University is an offshoot of the Redeemed Christian Church of God. The school began operation in 2005 when it received its full operating license from the Federal Government.
The university has grown over the years to become not just a top private university but one of the top private universities in the country.
In 2015, RUN beat 15 other prestigious universities in West Africa and Central Africa to emerge as the best rated university and win a World Bank grant. This grant enabled the university to fund the establishment of the African Centre of Excellence for Genomics and Infectious Diseases (ACEGID).
In a country where unemployment has become the order of the day, Redeemer’s University has a mission of producing innovative, inventive and creative graduates that can create jobs for themselves irrespective of the country’s situation
The university has taken big steps since its early days and has consistently produced top class graduates. In the last convocation in September 2017, the university graduated 465 and 22 of these bagged first class degrees.
#7 Al Hikmah University
Located in Ilorin, Kwara, Al Hikmah Universitywas founded in 2005 as a private university.
The university initially took off with 70 students and started with the College of Humanities, College of Management Science and the College of Natural Sciences
However, 2 other colleges have since been added which include the College of Law and the College of Education.
Al Hikmah University has been involved in some collaborative activities, one of which was their collaboration with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on the abuse of drugs by youths.
This prestigious institution is also in collaboration with Jaiz Bank which has been involved in financing the projects.
In the last convocation, the University graduated over 900 students with 874 students bagging first degrees and 50 with post graduate degrees.
#8 Veritas University
Founded in 2002, Veritas University is located in Abuja. The university is affiliated with the Catholic Church of Nigeria.
Currently, Veritas University offers the following programmes;

    Sc Industrial Chemistry
    Sc Physics with Electronics
    Sc Applied Microbiology
    English and Literary Studies
    History and International Relations
    Marketing and Advertising
    Political Science and Diplomacy

Veritas University is accredited by the National University Commission. The university received its full accreditation in 2012
The university places a strong emphasis on moral values, self-reliance and the development of the students’ entrepreneurial capabilities which is expected to benefit both the graduate as well as the society at large.
As it is expected of a university of Catholic origin, Veritas University is a model of excellence and the university has been built with state of the art facilities while providing an excellent faculty to nurture its students.
#9 Bowen University
Bowen University was established in 2001 in Osun State. The university is named after the prominent Baptist missionary, Rev, Thomas Jefferson Bowen who pioneered the Baptist mission work in the country.
The university is one of the few private institutions that include a medical program. Additionally, the university scores a first as being the only private university that runs a physiotherapy programme in the country.
Bowen University received a full accreditation of its medicine programme in 2016 which led to the induction of the first set of medical doctors that same year.
The university currently collaborates with several universities and institutions both within and outside the country. These include Liverpool-Hope University, UK; University of York, UK; Alabama A & M University; Mary Hardinsimmons University, Taxas, USA; Baylor University, Taxas, USA; Southern Hemisphere GIS Training School, USA; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria; Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria; IITA and the Nigerian Institute for Social and Economic Research, Ibadan, Nigeria.
Bowen University has 6 colleges which include:

    Faculty of Agriculture
    Faculty of Humanities
    Faculty of Social and Management Sciences
    Faculty of Law
    College of Health Sciences
    Faculty of Science and Science Education

#10 Ajayi Crowther University
Located in Oyo State, Ajayi Crowther Universityis one of the best private institutions in the country.
The vision of the University is to be a top-class institution in the pursuit of knowledge and scholarship through teaching, learning, research and exemplary service to humanity.
The origin of this university can be traced back to the CMS Training Institute in Abeokuta and the defunct St Andrews College in Oyo.
Ajayi Crowther University began when the St Andrew’s College Old Boys Association (SACOBA) wrote to the Church of Nigeria concerning building a university at the old site of the college.
The Church of Nigeria granted the request of SACOBA in 1999. The university was named after the prominent African Bishop, Samuel Ajayi Crowther and was granted full accreditation by the NUC in 2005.
The university upholds high moral and religious standards due to its affiliations to the church. And over the years, Ajayi Crowther has never hesitated to punish deliquent students. In April 2017, 29 students were expelled as a result of their unruly behaviour within the school premise.
Top 10 Private Universities in Nigeria: Old Ranking
Between 1948 and 1999, universities in Nigeria were owned and managed by only the government (Federal and States).  But in 1999, Chief (Dr.) Gabriel Osawaru Igbinedion, an Edo philanthropist and influential businessman, took a bold step to establish the first private university known as Igbinedion University at Okada in Edo State.
I was one of those who wondered back then, whether the management of private universities could be sustained in Nigeria.  But commendably, this bold step of Chief Igbinedion has opened an avalanche for more private universities since then; and we now have up to 50 of such operating in different parts of the country.
Let us now discuss the top 10 or best 10 of the private universities in Nigeria, which have been ranked on academic standards, facilities, locations, cost etc, by Webometrics, ThatScholar and other sources.

    Covenant University

Covenant University which is located at Ota in Ogun State, and which was licensed by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2002, is ranked to be the best private University in Nigeria.  It is said to be built on solid moral foundation as set by its Founder/Chancellor, Dr. David O. Oyedepo.  This university’s fees per session is N432,000.00.
Next in ranking is Babcock University in Ilisan Remo in Ogun State.  This university which charges N620,000.00 as fees per session, is very innovative, and has continued to introduce effective policies which have constantly improved the standards of the institution and its students.
Joseph Ayo Babalola University was established by the Christ Apostolic Church Worldwide in 2004 in Ikeji-Arakeji. This university is reputed to have pioneered the trend for entrepreneurship education in Nigeria, and as a result of its success in doing so, the National Universities Commission has made it mandatory for entrepreneurship to be included in general studies  in the various degree programmes of all universities in Nigeria.  Its fee is about N436,000.00 per session.
The church-owned Bowen University in Iwo, is the fourth best private university in Nigeria.  Equipped with many qualified lecturers, this university runs many under-graduate programmes and a post-graduate school.  Its school fees is about N750,000.00 per session.
Fifth in the ranking of private universities in Nigeria, is Redeemer’s University which is temporarily located at the Redemption Camp, Km. 46 Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State.  This university is built by the Redeemed Christian Church of God, and its current temporary location makes it attractive.

Igbinedion University located in Okada, Edo State, which is the pioneer private university in Nigeria, is the 6th best private university in the country. This university is known to be very good in academic output.  It was the first private university in the country to produce medical doctors. And more than that, one its students, Mr Sunday Damilola Olawuyi, in 2006, obtained a First Class Honours qualification in the Nigerian Bar examinations, thereby making Igbinedion university the only private university in Nigeria to have produced a first class student in the Nigerian Bar Examinations.  Its school fees is about N643,000.00 per session.
Ajayi Crowther University, Ibadan, established by the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) in 2005 and Bells University of Technology, Ota, Ogun State established also in 2005, are the 7th and 8th best private universities respectively in Nigeria.  While Ajayi Crowther University boasts of a Full Accreditation status for all the courses offered across its three faculties: Humanities, Social and Management Sciences and Natural Sciences, Bells University of Technology prides itself as Nigeria’s foremost private University of Technology in its ability to create new ways of thinking.
The 9th best private university in Nigeria is Afe Babalola University located at Ado-Ekiti  in Ekiti State.  This is the first and only university in Nigeria to have commenced academic activities on its permanent site with all the facilities in place within 8 months.  It is also reputed to be a university that has entrepreneurship and language centres which all students are required to pass through during their period of study to enable them become job creators instead of job seekers, at the end of their programmes.
Finally, Critas University, Amorji-Nike, Enugu State which is owned by the Catholic Church, and which was opened in 2005, is the 10th best private university in Nigeria.  Caritas University strives to revive the age-long successful tradition of Catholic education in Nigeria, and its principal objective is to become the best centre of learning, teaching and research.

Saturday, March 31, 2018

Open free Domiciliary Account With GTBank, First , Zenith & Other Banks In Nigeria
In this post I will show you how to open domiciliary account In Nigeria with GT Bank, Zenith Bank, Union Bank and any other banks within 48-72 hours. But before I go into details of showing you how to open domiciliary account with GTbanks, First bank of Nigeria, and Zenith bank, let’s know the meaning of domiciliary account.
What is domiciliary account?
Domiciliary account is a special type of bank account that is run with foreign currency. A domiciliary account allows costumers to save money in US Dollars, Pounds Sterling or Euro with your money valued at the prevailing exchange rate. This account is funded through bank deposits, traveler’s cheques, cash inflows and lodgment of foreign currency cheques. It is an account which allows customers to Receive and send hard currency. With a domiciliary account you can run and maintain a Dollar account, Pounds Sterling, Euro and Japanese account here in Nigeria.
Types of Domiciliary Account
There are two types of domiciliary account, which a person can operate in Nigeria; they are – Savings domiciliary account and a Current domiciliary account.
A savings domiciliary bank account is a foreign currency account that allows the person to save money in foreign currencies and be able to withdraw it using a bank teller.
A current domiciliary bank account on the other hand is like a current account, and businesses or businesspersons normally use it.
It is a type of account that can do about the same things like a savings account and with the ability to issue cheques to third parties, but current domiciliary account might attract more fees for usage than a savings domiciliary account.

If you are a Blogger and a publisher with Google Adsense, you can use your Dorm account to receive your Adsense payment from Google. It is also another means to transfer or send money from Nigeria to any country abroad.
You can transfer money from one domiciliary account to another domiciliary account holder through the help of the Internet banking; you can transfer money from one domiciliary account to another domiciliary account holder
international business men/women or you want send money from Nigeria to your family member, relative or friend abroad; you need to have a domiciliary account. Domiciliary account is an even better alternative to PayPal or payooner account
To open a domiciliary account with Gtbank in Nigeria, You will be asked to provide the following at any of the GTB Bank Branches in Nigeria

    Identification Card– means of identification is required; It could be your Nigeria driver’s licence, international passport or national identity card.
    2 passport photos – two recently taken passport photographs are need
    2 Referees – two persons that would serve as referee and fill each of the two reference forms that will be issued to you as required. Both referees need to have a current account each preferably with GTbank or Zenith Bank  to facilitate opening of the account.
    Utility bills – photocopy of your utility bill issued in not more than three months ago is required. PHCN bill, telephone bill, sanitary bill or Water bill; any one of them can serve.


    Visit any Gtbank branch closest to you, Walk to the customer care department and request that you want to open a domiciliary, If you already operate an account with gtbank, (savings) then you are ok but if NOT, you will be asked open a Naira account before a GT Bank domiciliary account will be opened for you.
    You will be given a foreign currency domiciliary account opening form to fill with two extra reference form. The essence for the reference form is to find two current account holders that will stand for you. Then go home and look for two current account holder to sign for you, not only gtbank current account holder, but any other current account holder from any bank
    Submit the dorm account forms and within 48hours, you will receive an SMS from GT Bank informing you that your GT Bank domiciliary account has been opened

Zenith bank is one of the many Nigerian banks which offers domiciliary account services to its customers.
Zenith Bank Plc, founded by Jim Ovia in 1990, has since grown astronomically to become one of the leading financial institutions in Africa. Zenith Bank Plc currently ranks as the 6th biggest bank in the continent. The Bank grew its shareholder’s fund of ₦20million in 1990 t0 ₦509.25billion as at year end 2013. Today, the Bank continues to thrive on the strong values, brand equity, corporate culture of professionalism and service excellence which are the foundations upon which the bank was buil
Opening domiciliary account with Zenith bank is very easy and simple especially if you have an existing account, saving or current which you have run for at least 6 months with Zenith bank
Just like with GT Bank, the process of opening a Zenith bank domiciliary account involves you going to the Zenith bank ranch, requesting to the account opening form and if you met the requirements, the a Zenith bank domiciliary account will be opened for you

Best of luck as you go about opening your FirstBank, GT Bank Zenith Bank or Access Bank domiciliary account or any other bank you choose to open a domiciliary account with
A domiciliary account is a special account which allows customers to Receive and send hard currency.

Friday, March 30, 2018

Money gram here again :Nigeria To Another Country Via MoneyGram, Paypal & Western Union
In this article,you will learn how to send money from Nigeria to any other Country in the world, United Kingdom, United State, Libya, Cameroun, Ghana, South Africa, Uganda, USA, Canada, Europe, Kenya, Philippines, UAE, Malaysia, Germany, Dubai, Indonesia, Jamaica, China, Pakistan, India.
In this article you will learn four basic cheap methods of sending money from Nigeria to USA, UK and another country through MoneyGram, Paypal, Western Union and Domiciliary account transfer.

Transferring or sending money from Nigeria to any other another country has now been made very easy especially with the New CBN revised guidelines for International Money Transfer Services which now allow commercial banks in Nigerian to initiate Outbound Money Transfer services to ease the stress of sending money from Nigeria to person(s) outside the shores of Nigeria.

Receiving money that has been sent to Nigeria from other country like USA, CANADA or any other European country is  more easier than to send money from Nigeria to other country, this because almost all commercial Nigeria banks are under the inbound money transfer services guideline as provided by Central Bank of Nigeria.
Under this inbound money transfer policy, a person living outside Nigeria can send money to an individual in Nigeria but the reverse is not the case for those living in Nigeria
The  Outbound money transfer regulation by CBN came up as a result of the negative perception about Nigeria being a country for money laundering and others fraudulent activities and this has badly affected. Also Nigerians who wish to send money to their family members, relatives, friends, make payment for conference registration and those who are into the business of importation of goods and service from other countries continue to find it difficult.
The Only CBN licensed operators able to send money from Nigeria Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) are

    Money Gram International and
    Western Union Money Transfer Services Operators (IMTOs)

Before now most people thinks that moneygram and western union is the only is the operators through which money can be send from Nigeria to another country. i have listed two additional options via which you can use to send money from Nigeria to other country making it totally easy to transfer money from here

Western Union Money Transfer
There are 5,000 Western Union outlets in Nigeria, 22 licensed banks and 905 micro-finance banks. Among these banks, about 70% of them already serve as agents to Western Union although they are a licensed operator their agent service relationship is limited, the last time i tried sending money through western union money transfer services to other country it actually didn’t work
FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC is the only Outbound Money Transfer licensed bank. You can actually send money from Nigeria to another country through Firstbank’s western union money transfer service.
First Bank Of Nigeria Western Union Money Transfer Requirement.

    Your receiver’s location and bank details

How To Send Money Through Domiciliary account
If you thinking of the easiest way to send money, your domiciliary account fund transfer still remain one of the best options. To be able to send money from Nigeria to another country through a domiciliary account, you need to have or open a domiciliary account. If you want open a domiciliary in Nigeria, you can open a domiciliary account with Gtbank, Firstbank, Zenith bank, diamond bank or UBA follow the link to learn about domiciliary account

A domiciliary account is a special foreign currency account that allows bank costumer save money in US Dollars, Pounds Sterling or Euro with you been able to withdraw the hard cash or exchange the  money at the prevailing exchange rate. A Dom account helps in facilitating your international business transactions and is funded through travellers cheques, lodgement of foreign currency cheques, cash inflows and cash deposits. Domiciliary account can be good and effective when big amount of money is to be send from Nigeria to another country.

How to send money from Nigeria to another country using GTbank domiciliary account
To send money from Nigeria to UK , United State, Cameroun, Ghana, South Africa, Uganda, USA, Canada, Europe, Kenya, Philippines, UAE, Malaysia, Germany, Dubai, Indonesia, Jamaica, China, India, Egypt, Pakistan or any country in the world through GTbank domiciliary account;

    Visit any GTbank branch nearest to you.
    Locate their customer service Reps and request that you want to transfer from your domiciliary account to another account abroad. You will be directed to the right person in charge.
    A money transfer form will be given to fill recipient’s account name, account number, name of the bank and branch name, SWIFT CODE, Routing Number, amount to be transferred and your own bank details. Fill the form and wherever you are confused, don’t hesitate to ask question.

As I said before, “if the money you will transfer abroad is more than what you have in your domiciliary account, you have to pay in extra money into your domiciliary account. Meanwhile, GTbank are NOT into currency conversion, therefore you have to convert the money (the naira form) you will pay into your domiciliary account to its equivalent international accepted standard currency. You can do this at Firstbank, black market or any other financial institutions that are into money exchange”.

    Submit the form and you’re done. Within 48-72hours, you receive an SMS that the money have been deducted from your DOM account and transferred to the overseas account

How to send money from Nigeria to another country through MoneyGram International
MoneyGram give you a great opportunity to send money from Nigeria. With more 300,000 outlets in over 200 country locations, partnering with UBA with over 700 business offices in 19 African countries and offices in New York, London MoneyGram still remain the best answer to the questions of How to send money from Nigeria to another country cheaply.
Banks like Ecobank, UBA, First Bank, Access Bank, Sterling Bank, Fidelity Bank, Skye Bank, Keystone Bank, Enterprise Bank, Mainstreet Bank, Diamond Bank and Wema Bank are some of the banks which allows you to send money from Nigeria to another country through MoneyGram International.
How to send money from Nigeria to another country through PayPal money transfer.
If you want to transfer money from Nigeria to another country through PayPal, you need have a verified PayPal account. Currently, only Firstbank of Nigeria provides PayPal account services to its customers.
Paypal is one of the top online money processor in the world which allows business owners and individuals to make and receive international payments cheaply and easily. platforms like Amazon, eBay, and other top e-Commerce websites has adopted Paypal as their prefered payment processor and this has allowed paypal to grow that it now boasts of more than 100 million paypal users worldwide”.
One you have successfully opened and verified your paypal account with FirstBank plc, you can easily login into your Firstbank PayPal account through FirstOnline (first bank internet banking platform) and make your money transfer to any country

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