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.
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.
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…
John was born in Kisii on the 5th of March 1993. He is a visual artist dealing with many forms including painting, pencil and charcoal drawing. He is a talented and self-motivated individual that gained his skills through severe practice. He is mostly inspired by nature and reality thus he draws his subjects with special attention to detail, and the result is hyper-realistic drawings. He was greatly influenced by the works of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo and more recent hyper-realistic pencil artists like Emmanuele Dascanio (Italy) and Kelvin Okafor (UK).
Nairobi is not only Kenya’s Capital but also home to the most dreaded type of men popularly known as Team Mafisi. Team Mafisi is a synonymous term to a particular clique of men who would chase literally after every kind of girl either on the street or off the street. When it comes to describing and explaining this group of men, the numerous online Team Mafisi memes clearly tells it all. The following, however, is just a brief explanation of the different Team Mafisi types you will find on the streets of Nairobi.