The internet still provides a number of ways for publishers to make money from the traffic that passes through their websites each day. While the most successful monetization efforts involve finding a strategy specific to a site’s target demographic, there are some strategies that universally work better than others. Having the right monetization plan for your website or blog goes a long way in ensuring that you are paid fully for your hard work. Nobody likes to work without a pay unless it is for charity.
Standing out in a competitive market is difficult, but without memorable branding to set you apart from other chiropractic practices in your local market, it can be next to impossible. Beyond having a professional logo and consistent branding will increase the value of your practice, generate new business and give you a strong online presence. Differentiating your chiropractic practice through your practice’s website is a great place to start. A personalized website with a cohesive design and strong content solidifies your expertise and presents the opportunity to demonstrate what sets your practice apart from the rest.
It is the at the heart of every mother to take the responsibility in giving birth to a healthy baby. More so if they are the first time, mothers. Eating well-balanced meals is important at all times, but it is even more essential when you are pregnant. There are essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that your developing baby needs. Most foods are safe; however, there are some foods that you should avoid and or include during pregnancy.
If you are an ambient social media strategist, manager or even blogger, I must say you are so convenient with KOT. (Kenyans On Twitter). Technically speaking, Kenyans are special, as they are members of an exclusive and enviable club. The country is among the top four users of the web in all of Africa, behind only Egypt, Morocco, and Nigeria. What’s more impressive is the connection speed at which they surf. The Kenyan government recently installed broadband infrastructure, which behind Ghana, is the second fastest on the continent.
On average, an office worker will receive upwards of 121 emails every day. There is absolutely no way they can open and read all of these emails. But they will see all of the subject lines. The likelihood of someone opening an email with a poor or cliché subject line is quite slim. Writing headlines is a form of art. It’s not something that you should take for granted. The subject line of your email is going to directly affect its open rate.
Insurance of your home or car is a no-brainer, but some people aren’t sure why health insurance can be a good idea. We get it; when you are sick, you want treatment, not drama. This makes the choice of a health insurance carrier an important decision because it may have a significant influence on the quality of care you receive. If you are currently shopping for a medical cover, or you just want a feel of what is out there, then here are some things that you will do well to bear in mind.
This is a combination of the workmen injury benefit act (WIBA) and Group Personal Accident (GPA) covers, intended to give an employer a one-stop solution for employee insurance. It addresses the workplace risk as well as off-duty risks.
Unilever Kenya has an opening position of a Procurement Assistant. In case any of you have any leads and or are qualified for the above position, you are advised to drop your Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letters through email@example.com and cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Requirements Degree/Diploma in Business Management, Commerce, Finance or any other related field. Possess any recognized Procurement professional qualification. At least…
Mercy Masika is a worship leader at Jubilee Christian Church (JCC), music composer, songwriter, and a performing artist. Above all, she is a loving mother and a wife. Her music is the word of God inspired by the Holy Spirit. In truth, it is very rare to hear a Mercy Masika song speaking of anything else other than God and…
African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) is the sole award ceremony in Diaspora that caters to all musical genres including but not limited to Afrobeats, Assiko, Bongo, Decale, Funana, Genge, Highlife, Kwaito, Gospel, Lingala, and Soukous. On the 26th of July, 2014 at Eisseman Center, Dallas, Texas, history was made as the first edition of the AFRICAN MUZIK MAGAZINE AWARDS (AFRIMMA)…