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|Phones / Re: Three Best Apps To Root Your Android Device Without Pc by miracle4(m): 2:01am On Nov 18|
Honestly, Framaroot is my favorite root apk. Even though I have recorded many great result with kingroot and the likes, I still prefer super SU to those Chinese super user apps.
My first experience with kinguser (root permission management) app was so bad that I have to flash my Samsung device and root with Odin tool in order to get back my Super SU root management app.
|Business / Re: My Online Shopping Experience With Jumia by miracle4(m): 7:41am On Oct 30|
FlintGuevara:This was my take some years back, but I have come to realize that "no shopping mall is flawless".
Every one of them have got it's flaws and advantages. Konga's shipping term was fairer back then, but has become a nightmare of recent where separate charges are made for all items in the cart. Same is the fate of other online shopping stores in Nigeria.
To me, it's best one sticks to what works, while it does and runs when it stops working. For now, I compare wares from various stores when shopping online. This way, I settle for the store with the best term/price.
|Education / Re: A Trip To Lorreto Special Secondary School, Anambra (Photos) by miracle4(m): 3:40am On Oct 09|
whizbrain:what are their fees like?
|Business / Re: Difference Between A Business Name And Limited Company (cac-wise) by miracle4(m): 7:14am On Aug 29|
lonelydora:You can use either for contract bidding, except they specifically requested from limited companies
|Business / Re: Difference Between A Business Name And Limited Company (cac-wise) by miracle4(m): 7:12am On Aug 29|
ctrlunlimited:pm me or get in touch via the contact page of 3ptechies
|Family / Re: Happy Birthday by miracle4(m): 7:10am On Aug 29|
Thanks a million times bro
|Webmasters / Re: Advice On Setting Up New Blog by miracle4(m): 7:07am On Aug 29|
Starting with a Nigerian host is like planning to stay stagnant for long, instead go with blogger and a custom domain name.
Since you're targeting Nigerian from day one, go with it in broad and use silos SEO hierarchy to bring in the other niche of interest on board. No need making a separate websites for them.
Note that "silo SEO hierarchy" won't be possible on blogger though. Remember to create social media pages for it from day one
|Webmasters / Re: Anyone Tried "Let's Encrypt" Free Https Certificate Service? by miracle4(m): 8:02pm On Aug 27|
hertz9te:what problem is that?
|Webmasters / Re: Bloggers, How Much Do You Make From Google Adsense Monthly? by miracle4(m): 6:08am On Jul 20|
Helloworld8:in less than 2 weeks. We have several solid blogs on file already
|Webmasters / Re: Bloggers, How Much Do You Make From Google Adsense Monthly? by miracle4(m): 6:42am On Jul 13|
callydon:I can approve a Nigerian non-hosted Adsense account with your name and details effortlessly
|Webmasters / Re: Bloggers, How Much Do You Make From Google Adsense Monthly? by miracle4(m): 8:23am On Jul 11|
Google adsense isn't the only way to make money online blogging. One of my roomy made as much as $90 daily from adsense some years back from his Edu blog, but got that reduced to less than $15 daily when his ranking dropped badly.
So the best advice is to have Google adsense as one of your primary income sources as well as open the door to Affiliate marketing, freelancing and other top online income sources for maximum profit.
An entertainment blog with 15k daily views should earn nothing less than $35-$45 daily, while an Electronics/Technical blog with similar views should have at least $70 daily earning.
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|Webmasters / Re: What Can 50k Do To Help Grow My Blog Better If I Invest In It by miracle4(m): 7:10am On Jun 17|
There's no point spending money on temporary boosts. All you need do is invest same in SEO and premium contents as those are usually evergreen.
Revisit your old post and optimize their titles, update them with few more words and reshare them via social bookmarking platforms.
Finally, log in to your Google webmaster's dashboard, navigate to "search analytics" identify the strongest keywords that brings traffic to your website and optimize same for higher CTR.
Use the keywords identified for external optimizations.
|Webmasters / Re: Garanntor.ng That We Thought Would Be Better by miracle4(m): 6:43am On Jun 17|
Do people still patronize so-called Nigerian Hosts
|Education / Re: Federal Polytechnic Oko Brings Down The Academic Performance Of Students by miracle4(m): 12:03am On May 04|
obynoses:hmmm this is strong
|Business / Re: My 100% Positive Experience With Uber Nigeria Customer Support by miracle4(m): 11:52pm On Apr 30|
memeluv:Tnks. hopes oga Lalasticlala would be willing to promote this good CS, so other coys can pick from it
|Religion / Re: 6 Awesome Bible Applications for Android Phones and Tablet Devices by miracle4(m): 4:56pm On Apr 30|
Themandator:The list is now updated with the kind recommendations.
|Business / My 100% Positive Experience With Uber Nigeria Customer Support by miracle4(m): 4:45pm On Apr 30|
I love it when good services are applauded and/or poor services reprimanded. So I got this to share about my positive experience with Uber Lagos, Nigeria.
About Uber Nigeria
Uber Nigeria a digitalized Taxi service that lets luxurious car owners to monetize their leisure by registering their vehicles for Uber services. They normally accept 4-door vehicles from year 2005 upwards and charges users via the credit card that’s linked to their Uber account.
At the moment, their services in Nigeria is limited to Lagos and Abuja FCT, Nigeria metropolis.
My Positive Experience with Uber!
Few weeks back, I went on a business trip to Lagos and had to use the services of Uber Nigeria for movements within the city.
Prior to this trip, I had about NGN1,000 Uber credit left in my account. The credit was as a result of a user I refereed to their services.
While at Anthony taxi park, I booked for an Uber ride and was told that the available driver is just a few seconds away. I got a confirmation call from the driver who was actually not far away from where I was.
But then, there was an issue along the line. The Uber driver went to the wrong Anthony park (the one at GTB, while I was at VIO stand) and keep saying incoherent things on the phone.
After waiting for about 15 minutes (and sweating in the hot sun), I decided to cancel the trip and had Uber bill me for their NGN1,000 cancellation fee.
I immediately booked for another Uber driver that got the location aright and didn’t take as much time to arrive. While in motion, I contacted Uber CS about the ridiculous ₦1K charge as the driver was obviously at fault.
As if the 1k charge above wasn’t enough another bigger mess occurred. The new driver dropped me off at my location, yet the Uber app was still counting.
I called the driver to complain and also asked him to turn off the trip from his end. He confirmed it was already turned off on his device, but mine was still reading.
Mine didn’t stop reading until I turned on the mobile Wi-Fi device to support my data. I complained to Uber CS and got the biggest shock.
They did not only apologized, but refunded my ₦1k cancellation fee and the extra charges to my account. I was the more-shocked because I pushed them to the limit and got no insulting remarks, but resolves that really solved the various challenges.
Here’s some screen shots to our back-to-back messages.
Uber Nigeria really got it right, judging from this particular experience. Would be lovely to see the other Nigerian companies treating the issue of customer care/support as a serious one.
Credit: Shared exclusively to Kabsedo by Obasi Miracle of obasimvilla.com.
PS: share your Uber Nigeria personal experiences (as a partner or user) in the comment section below.
|Celebrities / Re: Popular Blogger Clement Ogudu (viewngr) Acquires House and N5m Mercedes Benz by miracle4(m): 8:05pm On Mar 25|
Congrats clem. A good fit for your age bro
|Education / Re: A Dreadful Motor Accident Wreaks Fed Poly Oko And Claims Three Lives by miracle4(m): 6:05pm On Feb 26|
|Religion / Re: 6 Awesome Bible Applications for Android Phones and Tablet Devices by miracle4(m): 8:38pm On Feb 19|
Stevosty:KJV and some others in this list are fully available offline
|Religion / Re: 6 Awesome Bible Applications for Android Phones and Tablet Devices by miracle4(m): 9:39am On Feb 19|
dljbd1:thanks for the recommendation bro
|Religion / 6 Awesome Bible Applications for Android Phones and Tablet Devices by miracle4(m): 6:48am On Feb 19|
1. KJV – King James Version (Offline Bible App)
Developer – Right
Online Search Engine like search ability
3 yrs daily Bible reading plan
user-friendly navigation and verse locating
This App can also be downloaded from the developer’s website guanyc.com/android-apps.
2. Holy Bible – NIV
Developer – Kevoya
NIV Bible works without internet connection
share bible verses
no personal data collected
very small APK file (4mb)
Both Old and New Testament included
New International Translation, NIV bible, other translations available on click “More Applications”.
3. Holy Bible – KJV
Developer – Solvus App
4 MB installation size
Offline Bible version.
Daily and nightly mode for reading
Adjust the text/font size
Search verse by word or phrase using “quoted text”
Bookmark favorite verses
Mark favorite verses with specific color and add notes
4. The Message Bible
Developer – PeterTechApp
Daily devotional scriptures
Audio version of the Holy Bible
Daily social media scripture updates
Both Old and New testament inclusive
5. Amplified Holy Bible – AMP
Developer – Holy Bible
Daily Inspirational Bible quotes
Daily devotional scriptures
Both Old and New Testament included
Audio Biblical Message
Bible Study tool
6. ESV Bible
Developer – Crossway
No internet connection needed
Offers a fantastic user experience.
Finding a verse is fast and easy.
Jump from a cross-reference or footnote back to your passage with seamless fluidity.
Read and Scroll through the entire Bible in landscape or full screen modes
Enlarge or shrink font sizes to fit your needs.
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|Health / Re: 6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Shave Off Your Pubic Hair. by miracle4(m): 9:35pm On Jan 31|
uruuru:buy SafeCut after-shave it's sold for NGN250
|Autos / Re: Who Knows Jerryfemi88 or jerryfemi89 by miracle4(m): 1:41am On Jan 29|
kilode100:that should be http://www.nairaland.com/3538667/cityhood-dada-motors-wont-refund, http://www.nairaland.com/3543932/challenges-faced-after-buying-car, http://www.nairaland.com/3544437/cityhood-dada-motors-not-trusted, etc.
|Webmasters / Re: 7 Annoying Practices that Can Chase Readers Away From Your Blog by miracle4(m): 1:12am On Jan 17|
|Webmasters / 7 Annoying Practices that Can Chase Readers Away From Your Blog by miracle4(m): 10:05am On Jan 16|
1. Broken Links
This is the first thing that gets your readers angry. It feels so annoying to hit a link and get the boring 404 Error.
Aside pissing your blog readers off with those broken links, broken links can also result in low page rank on top search engines like Google, Bing, Yandex and the others.
How to Check for Broken Links
Fortunately, there is an online service you can use to validate all the links on your blog. What the service does is to scan through your blog to ascertain if there is a dead link(s) on your blog.
So, to check for broken or dead links on your blog simply visit brokenlinkcheck.com and then, enter the URL of your blog in the box provided. Then hit ‘Find Broken Links.’
You should get a complete list of all broken or dead links on your blog. Fix as much as you can or remove the ones that aren’t vital to the contents in view.
2. Frequent Down-Time
This is a known challenge with many self-hosted blogs. Either you are greeted with the annoying “cloudflare error 503 page” or the extremely embarrassing “time out error”.
It is best to remain on the free platforms, if you can’t afford a decent host yet. No need to bore your blog readers with epileptic response time from these budget hosting companies.
My single review of Namesilo has stood the test of time, because my readers found their services as valid. So why not create a budget to switch to a valid host, if your website goes down frequently?
There are many free services to monitor your website’s down-time. Example of those includes-
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|Travel / Re: Lamentations As Igbo Transporters Exploit Igbo Commuters In South East by miracle4(m): 8:53pm On Jan 10|
|Autos / Re: Cityhood -Not for me.? by miracle4(m): 7:53pm On Dec 30, 2016|
|Autos / Re: Cityhood Of Dada Motors Won't Refund Me After Delivering A Dead SUV by miracle4(m): 7:43pm On Dec 30, 2016|
chidi4sam:That's quite sickening Kpele
|Phones / Re: Best 16 Android Smartphones That Blast The Nigeria Mobile Market In 2016 by miracle4(m): 6:41am On Dec 19, 2016|
|Autos / Re: Toyota Corolla And Camry Which Is Of Them Is Easy To Maintain? by miracle4(m): 2:25pm On Dec 11, 2016|
Go for corrola 07, American spec bro
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