WowApp is a Messenger like WhatsApp but Allows You Earn Money & Shop Online

Most Africans use WhatsApp or Telegram for messaging, video calling and sharing files, nothing more, but messengers have gone beyond mere messaging and file sharing. WeChat, a popular messenger in China is used for multi-purpose messaging, social media and mobile payment. This is the direction messaging app developing is going and Africa has not been… Read More WowApp is a Messenger like WhatsApp but Allows You Earn Money & Shop Online

Twitter Appoints Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to Board of Directors

Twitter Inc. today announced the appointments of Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to Twitter’s Board of Directors (the “Board”) as new independent directors, effective immediately. This was contained in a tweet by one of the co-founder Jack Dorsey on Twitter. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University-trained economist who served as the Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister for the Economy… Read More Twitter Appoints Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to Board of Directors

Top 3 Crucial and Beneficial Strategies for Social Media Managers

Not so long ago, social media was only a platform to keep up with the lives of friends, relatives, celebrities and news. Today, it plays a significant role in the business realm. Companies use it to communicate with clients and the market at large. Many firms use the avenue to receive feedback both positive and… Read More Top 3 Crucial and Beneficial Strategies for Social Media Managers

A Factual Expose into the World of Social Media

If you thought that the industrial revolution of the last century was anything to go by, you probably haven’t heard about the social media revolution. This phenomenon has changed and turned around the way we do things. In fact, social media has revolutionised how we communicate, do business, relate with individuals and society, and how… Read More A Factual Expose into the World of Social Media

Online Presence for Small Business: Facebook Page vs Website

Small businesses in Africa are mainly services or retail operations such as convenience stores, small grocery stores, bakeries or delicatessens, restaurants, guest houses, or tradespeople (e.g., carpenters, electricians, hairdressers, photographers), very small-scale manufacturing, and Internet-related businesses such as web design and computer programming. Some professionals operate as small businesses, such as lawyers, accountants, dentists and… Read More Online Presence for Small Business: Facebook Page vs Website