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Webmasters / Join The Family by Tribenigeria: 2:05pm On Jul 11, 2018
Hire the BEST Talents.
www.tribenigeria.com/business #TribeNigeria #SpecialJuly #BestDevelopers

Science/Technology / Re: Global Warming: Scientists Reveal What Is Happening To Sea Level by Tribenigeria: 12:24pm On Jun 14, 2018
my oh my
Business / Re: First Batch Of Winners Unveiled In Glo Go Russia Promo by Tribenigeria: 5:55pm On Jun 07, 2018
Congratulations to the lucky winners
Education / Software Classes At Prof Kenneth Dike E-library, Awka, By Tribe Nigeria by Tribenigeria: 12:21pm On Jun 06, 2018
Yesterday at #TA2018

It was a bright morning as usual, and for us at Tribe Nigeria, it was another day to impact and learn as well. It’s #day4 already, and the accelerator program has driven into full swing.

Our goal today was to expose students to the power of open-source, collaboration, and interaction, as well as tools for harnessing them. We talked about the almighty Github (a.k.a $7.5Bn), social media (Twitter and LinkedIn), and their importance to developers. We also cited wonderful examples like Otemuyiwa Prosper - whose story really served as a major inspiration for the students.

We soon introduced Incodebate, a platform that would allow learners to actively participate in building real life projects while still learning; after-all what is learning without doing?!

Then we had a taste of the Linux bash. Students learned how to use basic commands to navigate, create and delete files/directories, and more; they began to feel like hackers and all those geeks they see in movies in front of black screens. It was awesome indeed!

We expect that, in addition to having a lot of mentorship and guidance, and being competent software developers, our students would be great team players who can interact and collaborate with other developers around the world to solve problems.

The journey continues. We are excited about the future already. So to everyone with a software developer dream out there, take the step, this is the best period in the history of Africa to learn how to build solutions with software.

Still want to join our accelerator, slide into our dm on
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
we would be waiting to answer all your questions.
Visit the registration portal - Accelerator
#TA2018 #Day4 #OpenSource #Collaboration #Github #Incodebate #Bash #Linux #Slack

Business / Software Classes At Prof Kenneth Dike E-library, Awka, By Tribe Nigeria by Tribenigeria: 12:09pm On Jun 06, 2018
Yesterday at #TA2018

It was a bright morning as usual, and for us at Tribe Nigeria, it was another day to impact and learn as well. It’s #day4 already, and the accelerator program has driven into full swing.

Our goal today was to expose students to the power of open-source, collaboration, and interaction, as well as tools for harnessing them. We talked about the almighty Github (a.k.a $7.5Bn), social media (Twitter and LinkedIn), and their importance to developers. We also cited wonderful examples like Otemuyiwa Prosper - whose story really served as a major inspiration for the students.

We soon introduced Incodebate, a platform that would allow learners to actively participate in building real life projects while still learning; after-all what is learning without doing?!

Then we had a taste of the Linux bash. Students learned how to use basic commands to navigate, create and delete files/directories, and more; they began to feel like hackers and all those geeks they see in movies in front of black screens. It was awesome indeed!

We expect that, in addition to having a lot of mentorship and guidance, and being competent software developers, our students would be great team players who can interact and collaborate with other developers around the world to solve problems.

The journey continues. We are excited about the future already. So to everyone with a software developer dream out there, take the step, this is the best period in the history of Africa to learn how to build solutions with software.

Still want to join our accelerator, slide into our dm on
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
we would be waiting to answer all your questions.
Visit the registration portal - Accelerator
#TA2018 #Day4 #OpenSource #Collaboration #Github #Incodebate #Bash #Linux #Slack

Webmasters / Software Classes At Prof Kenneth Dike E-library, Awka, By Tribe Nigeria by Tribenigeria: 11:24am On Jun 06, 2018
Yesterday at #TA2018

It was a bright morning as usual, and for us at Tribe Nigeria, it was another day to impact and learn as well. It’s #day4 already, and the accelerator program has driven into full swing.

Our goal today was to expose students to the power of open-source, collaboration, and interaction, as well as tools for harnessing them. We talked about the almighty Github (a.k.a $7.5Bn), social media (Twitter and LinkedIn), and their importance to developers. We also cited wonderful examples like Otemuyiwa Prosper - whose story really served as a major inspiration for the students.

We soon introduced Incodebate, a platform that would allow learners to actively participate in building real life projects while still learning; after-all what is learning without doing?!

Then we had a taste of the Linux bash. Students learned how to use basic commands to navigate, create and delete files/directories, and more; they began to feel like hackers and all those geeks they see in movies in front of black screens. It was awesome indeed!

We expect that, in addition to having a lot of mentorship and guidance, and being competent software developers, our students would be great team players who can interact and collaborate with other developers around the world to solve problems.

The journey continues. We are excited about the future already. So to everyone with a software developer dream out there, take the step, this is the best period in the history of Africa to learn how to build solutions with software.

Still want to join our accelerator, slide into our dm on
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
we would be waiting to answer all your questions.
Visit the registration portal - Accelerator
#TA2018 #Day4 #OpenSource #Collaboration #Github #Incodebate #Bash #Linux #Slack

Science/Technology / Software Classes At Prof Kenneth Dike E-library, Awka, By Tribe Nigeria by Tribenigeria: 11:15am On Jun 06, 2018
Yesterday at #TA2018

It was a bright morning as usual, and for us at Tribe Nigeria, it was another day to impact and learn as well. It’s #day4 already, and the accelerator program has driven into full swing.

Our goal today was to expose students to the power of open-source, collaboration, and interaction, as well as tools for harnessing them. We talked about the almighty Github (a.k.a $7.5Bn), social media (Twitter and LinkedIn), and their importance to developers. We also cited wonderful examples like Otemuyiwa Prosper - whose story really served as a major inspiration for the students.

We soon introduced Incodebate, a platform that would allow learners to actively participate in building real life projects while still learning; after-all what is learning without doing?!

Then we had a taste of the Linux bash. Students learned how to use basic commands to navigate, create and delete files/directories, and more; they began to feel like hackers and all those geeks they see in movies in front of black screens. It was awesome indeed!

We expect that, in addition to having a lot of mentorship and guidance, and being competent software developers, our students would be great team players who can interact and collaborate with other developers around the world to solve problems.

The journey continues. We are excited about the future already. So to everyone with a software developer dream out there, take the step, this is the best period in the history of Africa to learn how to build solutions with software.

Still want to join our accelerator, slide into our dm on
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
we would be waiting to answer all your questions.
Visit the registration portal - Accelerator
#TA2018 #Day4 #OpenSource #Collaboration #Github #Incodebate #Bash #Linux #Slack

Business / Do You Need A Portfolio Website by Tribenigeria: 10:59am On Jun 06, 2018
Hey guys, if you need a portfolio website for your brand or company just come to Miduman Let us create it for you.

Celebrities / Re: 2018 Forbes Africa Under 30 Individuals List(photos) by Tribenigeria: 9:51pm On Jun 05, 2018
Slatecube ...
Business / Re: 7 Figures In One Year: A Nairalander’s Success Tips by Tribenigeria: 6:34am On Jun 05, 2018
youngwarrior:
[img]https://4.bp./-aLUYJGc30xA/WoavgDek4eI/AAAAAAAAALk/3ynpINFw9mo762vcGNBIuXDYjNSSrmSLwCPcBGAYYCw/s1600/joing%2Bfiverr.jpg[/img]

I joined Fiverr in September 2016 and I have since earned more than 6 million naira from the platform.

I always thought making money online was a joke and that people were wasting their time on the platform. My mindset was further hardened when I learnt that every delivery equals $5 on the marketplace. A paltry $5!

All this while, my friend would quietly sneak in every now and then to reply messages on Fiverr. It was often irritating to me considering the fact that he did this every time we were together. But then, there are some things you can overlook for the sake of friendship. So I did.

However, I had an epiphany when it was time for my fiancée to go to school and there was insufficient money. I asked my friend to teach her so she could start earning, at least to take care of her needs in school without calling home frequently.

He honored my request and taught her. Our first shock came after the first month when she earned $450. When you convert that to Naira at that time, it was much more than I expected. It was a big deal. That was what finally planted an obsession within me to earn on Fiverr.

Fast forward to 2017, I was already earning an average income of $1,000 monthly on Fiverr. The lowest I earn in a bad month is around $600 which is still a good sum of money in Nigeria. I have since quit my job and concentrated on Fiverr. I now earn far bigger than what many working class people earn.

Here are my 5 success tips you can learn from. I will try to make everything brief for the sake of space.

1. More Money is made in upsell

Let me explain what upsell is. When you buy a product on an online store, you will observe that they’d show you related products other people bought after buying the first. They know you’re still interested in buying and want to make as much money from you as possible.

Every service you offer on Fiverr has other related services. When you offer the related services, the clients would likely buy it all from you rather than go look for another person to buy from. If they don’t, you can always convince them.

The idea is that rather than make $5 from a buyer, you can make up to $20 0r more through upsell.

2. Don’t rely on Fiverr traffic

Fiverr is one of the largest marketplaces in the world. Consequently, they attract huge traffic from buyers from across the globe.
However, the problem is that the millions of traffic that Fiverr generates is not meant for you alone. It is shared among other sellers who go into thousands (or hundreds of thousands.) So while Fiverr has huge traffic, it doesn’t necessarily translate to the same for you.

The best thing is for you to optimize your gig for Fiverr changes but also get traffic from outside Fiverr. You can do this by using social media platforms, popular forums or even use paid ads to get more targeted traffic.

50% of my Fiverr revenue comes from buyers who saw my gig outside Fiverr. One advantage of this is that even if Fiverr changes their traffic algorithm, you can be assured that it doesn’t affect you too much. You Can check the exact strategy i use in pulling traffic from fiverr here

3. Bidding early matters a lot

On Fiverr, I’m not just a seller; I also buy services I need from time to time. This affords me the opportunity to see both sides of the coin.
When I create buyers’ requests, I often receive several biddings up to 40, or even 50 at times. That’s too much for the average buyer who just wants to quickly get his/her need met. Personally, I scroll and view just the first 10 requests and make my choice.

Using my experience as a guide, it means you have to bid early to increase your chances of getting jobs. Always strive to appear in the first ten on the bidding page. In addition, always write customized bid that addresses the need of the buyer so it would stand out.

4. Your gig package is meant to hoodwink the seller to pay more

Fiverr introduced gig packages about two years ago and that was one of the best updates for many sellers (I inclusive.)

The gig packages allow you charge clients more for the services you offer. The trick is to get the buyer to pay you for more quality while hoping to get a lesser amount. Most clients always judge that the higher a gig cost, the more quality the seller is offering. With this, some buyers would happily part with $20 for a 1,000 article

Check Source To See More Personal Strategies I Use To Stand Out On Fiverr
where is the rest
Webmasters / Re: Please Help! I Want To Monetize My Youtube Channel by Tribenigeria: 7:45pm On Jun 04, 2018
Uromigod:
it has been increased to 4000hours views and 1000+ subcribers
Brother Glaxx do you know the difference between what i said and what this brother is saying...












''You need to do more work before you recreate this post''

take it easy ooh and make something beautiful
Webmasters / Re: HELP! My Worpress Blog Has Been Infected With Malware by Tribenigeria: 7:37pm On Jun 04, 2018
malware:


I can't be removed
undecided
Lol... Somebody call brother seun and lalasticlala, tell them malware has entered nairaland oooh

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Webmasters / Re: Thinking Of Owning A Blog? You Should Consider These Tips Before you start by Tribenigeria: 7:11pm On Jun 04, 2018
Why not write the whole post and then put your link as the source...




Most people will not click it the way it is now oooh
Webmasters / Re: HELP! My Worpress Blog Has Been Infected With Malware by Tribenigeria: 6:55pm On Jun 04, 2018
I just came to see how the Malware will be removed

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Webmasters / Re: Please Help! I Want To Monetize My Youtube Channel by Tribenigeria: 6:48pm On Jun 04, 2018
Glaxx:
Hello everyone, please how can a Nigerian YouTuber monetize their account. I have an account I want to monetize, but I have no clue what steps to take. If you know how, please comment below or send me a Direct mail. Thanks all.
Just be uploading videos first, then share to friends and tell your friend to share to friend to share to friend, when you get 10K views you can then recreate this topic
Science/Technology / Software Classes At Prof Kenneth Dike E-library, Awka by Tribenigeria: 12:56pm On Jun 04, 2018
Our software classes, continued today by 10.30am at the Prof. Kenneth Dike E-library. This week is orientation & open-class week, so everyone is invited.

Today we will be looking at computer architecture and programming tools.

Your dream of becoming a software developer has begun. Don't miss it!

090-7407-4047
Accelerator
#TA2018

Webmasters / Software Classes At Prof Kenneth Dike E-library, Awka by Tribenigeria: 12:22pm On Jun 04, 2018
Our software classes, continued today by 10.30am at the Prof. Kenneth Dike E-library. This week is orientation & open-class week, so everyone is invited.

Today we will be looking at computer architecture and programming tools.

Your dream of becoming a software developer has begun. Don't miss it!

090-7407-4047
Accelerator
#TA2018

Programming / Software Classes At Prof Kenneth Dike E-library, Awka by Tribenigeria: 12:05pm On Jun 04, 2018
Our software classes, continued today by 10.30am at the Prof. Kenneth Dike E-library. This week is orientation & open-class week, so everyone is invited.

Today we will be looking at computer architecture and programming tools.

Your dream of becoming a software developer has begun. Don't miss it!

090-7407-4047
Accelerator
#TA2018

Science/Technology / Re: Trans-species Woman Spends £40,000 To Turn Herself Into A Dragon by Tribenigeria: 6:22pm On Jun 03, 2018
If she is not spitting fire, then, whats the need of spending all that money
Webmasters / Re: Having Issues Sharing Post From Wordpress Site by Tribenigeria: 2:48pm On Jun 03, 2018
freshzy:
I have issues sharing post from my wordpress site...
When ever a post is shared to facebook, it uses the wrong thumbnail, it uses my site logo for all post shared to facebook...
Also on google+ same issues, it uses the first image on my homepage header..
This what I see when I debug for facebook...
See all in the screenshot below.....
Pls who will help me out?
Whatsapp: 09096043502
search for YOAST
Webmasters / Re: What's your price quote to build a website similar to this? by Tribenigeria: 2:42pm On Jun 03, 2018
haibe:
Dear web developers (not just web designers please).

Could you send me a quote of how much it will cost me for you to develop a website similar to this: www.opentuition.com (although with different features)

Please send me a PM of your price. You can post a link of your works here.

Thanks

Note: This is for web developers (programmers) and not just the web designers using Softaculous wordpress builder.

www.tribenigeria.com/business

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Webmasters / Re: Happy New Month by Tribenigeria: 3:39pm On Jun 01, 2018
Same to you
Programming / Re: I Need A Programmer ASAP by Tribenigeria: 3:32pm On Jun 01, 2018

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