| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 10:11am On May 29|
I like the last one
Outbound and goodluck
thanks, and more sales to us all.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 10:10am On May 29|
Sincerely, you've a solid foundation and grasp of domaining from your studies. It's a good start. These names will sell with targeted outbound marketing. Congrats in advance.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 10:06am On May 29|
I wish I started as well as you did. You definitely STUDIED well.
wow, this coming from an expert. Thanks
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 6:39am On May 29|
Hello all the bosses of this thread, after following this thread for months, I registered 4 names I picked from ED: jacksonvillecleaners/king, wichitafallsrentals/king,
Are these names good enough for a newbie to start out bounding?
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 10:24am On May 17|
Please, how does one list his geo domains for sale in different market places. I have been to epik and dan websites but I couldn't find my way there.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 10:54pm On May 10|
I linked my card to PayPal and use it to pay all the time with with glo network.
It works for me always
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 10:52pm On May 10|
Thanks bro it worked with glo.
I am using Glo sim
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 10:13pm On May 10|
Please, bosses, I've been trying to use network solutions promo code to purchase a domain, but it is not working. After submitting the requisite payment details, the feedback I got was that they couldn't complete the transaction because of an issue with my credit card.........
somebody please help. I used glo line as someone suggested and uba mastercard.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 8:51am On May 01|
@ikhalyafah please no vex o, what is the meaning of that warning on namepros. I attached the picture
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 8:08pm On Apr 28|
There are in front of GEOS in ED
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 5:57pm On Apr 28|
To add to this, best GEOS are GEOS with quality backlinks, domain authorities, page authorities, Google rankings, seo presence, age of domains, how many times it has dropped etc.
Having more end users is good but having quality Geo domains is heavenly. Quality domains makes your outbound easier and you having more confident and bargaining power.
A quality Geo will tell you if the domain was previously used for that purpose if you check its ACR and BL. Let's say I saw Austinroofing and it was previously used for roofing activities in Austin, that's a huge added advantage. Some end users check these things without us knowing. Some will just hit the BIN without negotiating with you. Bad ones sells but at times it won't sell even if you have 10000 end users so also quality ones but rare.
Quality domains makes your sales letter juicy as you can confidently display in your sales letter that end users can build authority in the domain, the domain is well searched, use it for backlinks purposes, redirect it to your main site or existing/current site and local dominance or authority. Most of us put all these when we know that our domains are not well searched and no online presence.
Finally, Almighty Grace is there to those who believe. Thanks boss
. Please tell us more about the bolded: how to search for those numbers, where to search and others.
| Politics / Re: Igbo Are The Makers Of Modern Nigeria"- Prof Tekena Tamuno by Buchika: 5:34pm On Apr 27|
I think this is a great piece. Please read carefully and verify the revelations made here.
The problem with writing skewered history is that it equally misinforms its target: Kayode Esho was a great jurist, but Akunne Oputa was the "Socrates" of the Supreme court. Enahoro was a young editor, but Azikiwe made him that young editor with Osita Agwuna as his assistant, at his paper, the Southern Nigerian Defender in Ibadan, where my own father incidentally started as a rookie before shortly abandoning journalism for the stable berth of the civil service.
The myth of Awolowo as building the first this and that does not match the documented economic history of the period. Between 1954 and 1964, Eastern Nigeria was described as "the fastest growing economy in the world," by the Harvard Review; faster than China, faster than Singapore, and all the so-called "Asian Tigers." Awolowo is often credited with "free education". But no one yet has pointed out any surviving school buildings of the period built by Awo. But all over the East there were quality schools built by the various communities using the Town Development Unions from 1954, and acessing the matching grants of the Eastern Nigeria Development Corporation. And this was the East with the poorest revenue resources of any of the regions. The Mbaise secondary school exists, the National High School Okigwe exists, the Ngwa High school exists, the Enyiogugu Grammar School exists, etc. These were solid schools built all over the East with matching goverment grants. But where are the buildings of the Modern schools in Western Nigeria? They do not exist. They were makeshift.
The Catholic church forced the Azikiwe government from its scholarship program, but it is also on record, that the Eastern government was the only government in the world that invested 45% of its revenues in education. The East had the highest number of schools; the highest school enrollment; the broadest penetration of medical services; and the best modern road network in west Africa. Indeed if we look carefully, the only public hospitals and most of the schools still standing in the East today, at various stages of run down are the schools and hospitals built by Azikiwe/Okpara.
Every division of the East had a Joint Hospital as part of the Eastern Medical services. So it is often claimed Awo built the first television station; the first sky scraper, and the first Sports stadium, the liberty stadium in Ibadan. Well, these are prestige or white elephant investments. First, the Eastern Outlook, the government paper of Eastern Nigeria was the first newspaper established by any government in Nigeria, and it was of such quality and impact that the literacy level of Easterners, and the depth of public information retailed by Outlook was without compare. This is besides the fact that Western Nigerian Broadcast Services, WNBS-TV founded in 1958 only preceded the ENBC-TV founded in 1959, by only seven months. But Outlook preceded Sketch by about 15 years.
Now Azikiwe built the Onitsha Modern market, the first modern mall or trade emporium in West Africa. Onitsha was effectively Dubai before Dubai. People traveled all over Africa, from as far as the Congo and Sudan and Egypt, to come and buy and trade in Onitsha. The economic impact of this was humonguos. So, give me the vast Onitsha modern market over Cocoa House in Ibadan.
Azikiwe built the first Nigerian University at Nsukka with the first School of Law, the first School of Engineering, the first Business School; the first school of journalism, and the first school of music and performance, etc. By the time its first graduates took the Nigerian civil service exams in 1963, everybody began to raise the cry of "Igbo domination" starting with Akintola and Ayo Rosiji. Give me UNN over Liberty stadium. Azikiwe began the first modern library system in West Africa.
The East had a system of city libraries starting with the very modern Ziks Library in Enugu. I Literally grew up in the Umuahia Divisional Library. These libraries were built all over the East. Schools in the East were built with libraries. Moreover the Eastern Nigerian Library Board had a sysem of rural amd mobile libraries. There was nothing like it anywhere else in Nigeria: kids having library cards and able to borrow or order books from the public library. Give me the the first library over the first TV. I do not by this mean that Awolowo did not make his contributions, but the regular skewering of the facts, and angling of contemporary national narratives often makes it seem these days like the greatest contributor to the founding of Nigeria and its development is Awolowo and the Yoruba, when the actual facts speak differently.
The great Ibadan historian, Tekena Tamuno, was unambiguous in stating once at NIPPS, Jos, that "the Igbos are the makers of moderm Nigeria. When they abandoned their project, Nigeria collapsed." We must remind Nigerians, particularly Igbo children, daily of these fact, to achieve what Achebe called " a balance of stories." And that also means we must read beyond the surface of things. Babarinsa's Guardian essay is angled carefully to maintain a revisionist narrative. And that is to be always challenged, however innocent it might seem.
Even today, most Yoruba think that Awolowo founded the Universities of Ibadan and Lagos. No one has reminded them that it took Azikiwe's pressures for a university for Nigeria, in his meeting with Arthur Richards in 1946, that led to the cobstitution of the Eliot commision and subsequently the founding of the University College, Ibadan.
This fact is even clearly conveyed in Michael Crowder's eponymous book, The Story of Nigeria. Nsukka was Azikiwe's critique of what he felt to be the conceptual limitations of Ibadan. The University of Lagos was the result of NCNC's ideological contributions to the federal policy during the ill fated coalition government with the NPC. UNILAG was an NCNC project, shepherded by Aja Wachukwu as minister for education. Even the great UNILAG in her 50th anniversary failed to mention Prof Eni Njoku as the pioneer Vice Chancellor of the university, a man that layed the solid foundation of what made Unilag is today.
These facts must be made known and put as forcefully accross as possible. Again, until the lion tells his own story, the story of the hunt will belong to the hunter. Kabissa!
The great Ibadan historian, Tekena Tamuno, was unambiguous in stating once at NIPPS, Jos, that "the Igbos are the makers of moderm Nigeria. When they abandoned their project, Nigeria collapsed.".
this one got me.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 3:42pm On Apr 19|
The problem with your type is that you won't humble yourself enough to learn the things you do not know.
First, you were so sure that Alibaba was the Registrant, until someone schooled you on the difference between a Registrar and a Registrant (Lol. You were lucky I wasn't the one that schooled you on this, because I knew that was your thinking and was actually waiting for you).
Next you went harping about the domain already having a "solid" web presence in no time.
I would have gone to a great length to tell you the reason some Chinese companies simply set up websites on domain names that have no similarities between what the domain name was used for previously, and what they currently use it for. But well, you already got the point, "case closed, we move."
Can you tell us, the newbies, the reason.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 3:38pm On Apr 19|
[quote author=tranxo post=88591553]
I would have gone to a great length to tell you the reason some Chinese companies simply set up websites on domain names that have no similarities between what the domain name was used for previously, and what they currently use it for//[quote]. Please can you educate me on this, I would like to know please.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 5:51pm On Apr 17|
Just to throw more light.
input EACH of the keyword excluding names of countries/city into SH or BB.
Take note of the results, if no search results comes up, discard that keyword. either its not a good keyword or SH doesnt like it. but if the result is much, then write it down
Next is take note of the pattern, does the keyword come 1st or last. in some cases, it will be both, others it will be one eg bolt
when you search, you might see several names
eg likebolt, ebabolt, waterbolt etc in this case, bolt comes last
you might also see boltrush, boltkick, boltman etc in this case, bolt comes first
Sometimes you will only find a keyword appearing as last or first & not both ways.
So if it appears as both, go to ED, input bolt & all keywords that appeared as 1st keyword in your SH search, into starts with. Apply Filter & save
Create Another search pattern, input bolt & all keyword that appeared as last keyword in your SH search, into ends with, apply filter & save
Everyday, you check your saved search for daily expired names with those inpute keywords, you dont have to input those words everyday so long as you saved it.
will do an elaborate explanation later.
God bless you
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 1:02pm On Apr 15|
Call your daughter in Primary school and ask her to help you with
Singular and Plural
Present Tense and Past tense
Words and Opposite
In some trade or profession, certain words or phrases may mean something different.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 12:56pm On Apr 15|
If singular it means one, plural relates to more than one.
Let use singular noun of a place
California pet attorney
Plural should be
California pet attorneys
Like someone mentioned earlier.
Dallas car paper (singular)
Dallas car papers (plural).
There are some plurals that es are added (box/boxes). while others change in form and pattern (Tooth/Teeth)....
Bros. I don't have a degree in English. Any linguistic in the house should elaborate more for you.
I appreciate, thanks
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 12:53pm On Apr 15|
didn't you do english language in school
lets use your moniker as an example:
singular = buchika
plural = buchikas
it means the plural version or putting the letter S at the end.
thought as much, but some of the time in real life, things differ from what we learn at school. I wanted to be double sure it's what I was thinking.
| Business / Re: What To Do To Make Money Online? by Buchika: 9:49am On Apr 15|
Hello bro, I am not in any way accusing you of misleading people. I just said don't mislead.
If I was taught majority of what I know now, and what have been shared on this thread, in the last 2years by well meaning Nigerians, I would have made money from my ist day in domaining.
Secondly in domaining I noticed people prefer the singular to the plural..
Most of my plural sales are pitched to those that bought the singular.
what makes a name singular or plural?
| Computers / Re: I Need A Mini Laptop For Sale Urgently by Buchika: 9:44pm On Mar 26|
| Politics / Re: Can You Guess The Name Of This City? (photos) by Buchika: 6:31am On Feb 11|
Port Harcourt road, Aba
| Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by Buchika: 3:24pm On Dec 10, 2019 |
Who has redmi note 4x LCD screen, mine got broken.
| Technology Market / Re: SWIFT DATA AND AIRTIME DEALS by Buchika: 2:44pm On Nov 12, 2019 |
I used to doubt, now I have tested the op. He delivered as promised, severally.
| Business / Re: Kindle Money Keyword Research Method $100 Per Day by Buchika: 3:54pm On Nov 09, 2019 |
| Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by Buchika: 3:35pm On Oct 08, 2019 |
Just use a broom stick to try to take out dirt's from the port.
Thanks a lot, it worked. I used a broken broomstick to clean the port. The charging time improved considerably.
| Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by Buchika: 5:14am On Oct 08, 2019 |
Clean your USB port for impurities or Get a new cable and if it still remains the same get a new adapter if it doesn't work then consider changing the port.
But how do I clean the Usb port, should I take it to a technician or is it something I can do myself, if it is the later, which tool do I use.
Thanks once again.
| Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by Buchika: 8:25am On Oct 07, 2019 |
Please xiaomi gurus, my rn4x is taking a lot of time to charge, it's not like that before. For me to get a full charge now it takes up to 12 hours. Is it only me or has anyone else encountered same. I still have the original charger head and the Usb cable.
| Phones / Re: The Galaxy A Series! by Buchika: 8:10am On Jul 16, 2019 |
Thank you, I really appreciate your effort. But make I no lie you.... It's gibberish to me. Thank you though
| Phones / Re: The Galaxy A Series! by Buchika: 8:00pm On Jul 15, 2019 |
| Phones / Re: The Galaxy A Series! by Buchika: 7:17am On Jul 15, 2019 |
I know about band 28, thank you.... It's close to 5g, only few devices had it
Pls can you shed more light on sd450 and sd 636 devices, esp their features
. sd stands for snapdragon, 450, 636, 625 and few other midrange sd chipsets are among the best in their category. They have good battery life, they can almost do what the high ends do. They hardly heat up, no matter how long it's used.
| Phones / Re: The Galaxy A Series! by Buchika: 8:42am On Jul 08, 2019 |
Pls how do you knw sd450 and sd 636..... And so on and so forth? Like I am have no idea what's it means. Can you enlighten me on it or post a king for me to read up? Thank you
If you are particular abt band 28 cos of glo 4g, don't stress yourself too much. Glo is presently test running band 3. It is available in major parts of Lagos, ibadan, and even Ogun state. I have witness the it on my infinix note 3 pro. It's only a matter of time before their tentacles spread nationwide and it gets launched officially
There are many ways to know the specifications. www.gsmarena.com
is the website of choice to use. You can as well download CPU Z if you have the phone with you. Glo band 28 is a very unique band, it runs on 700mhz, band 3 runs on 1.800ghz there is a difference between the two bands. Band 28 is newer and has a big advantage over other bigger bands.
| Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by Buchika: 7:04am On Jul 02, 2019 |
I am in Anambra state