12/09/2014

Make Money Online to Sell Stock Photos

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As professional photographer or you like photography, you can extend or improve your daily income by selling stock photos online through free stock photography websites. These websites have a large collections of stock photos available for customers to download for a small fee. Keep reading to find out how you can sell your stock photos online through these microstock websites and earn extra money.

8 Steps to Start Selling Your Stock Photos


  • When you sell stock photos through these free stock photography websites, you are not selling the photo, you are selling the right to use the photo. As the photographer, you retain the copyright to the photo and can sell it in more than one place and as many times as you want to. Some of these websites allow you to sell exclusive rights to your photo, meaning that the person who bought it is the

11/09/2014

Investing into the Nigeria’s Haulage Business

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Since the collapse of the rail system in Nigeria, more emphasis has been given to road transportation. The haulage market is national. With a population of over 160 million people and an average economic growth rate of 6.12 percent from the year 2005 to 2013, Nigeria has a large expanding and sustainable market for haulage business.

In the northern part of the country, the products readily conveyed are agricultural produce and solid minerals while in the southern part of the country, the products and other finished goods through the commercial and economic nerve centers of Lagos, Abuja, Kano, Porth-Harcourt, Anambra etc.
Nigeria has remained a strong member of various international organizations such as the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) which allows for free movement of people, goods and services amongst member countries, hence, deepening the market opportunity in the haulage business.

07/09/2014

We Must Ensure the Economy Works for All Nigerians-- JEG

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President Goodluck Jonathan has said it has become imperative for the federal government to ensure that the nation’s economy works for all Nigerians.

Jonathan said this yesterday, while speaking at the inauguration of the National Council on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) in Abuja.
He noted that the inauguration marked a very important turning point in his administration’s national economic development drive, with regards to its efforts to place MSMEs, as core and essential elements of economic transformation.

06/09/2014

10 Stupid Ways You Lose Money Daily In Nigeria

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1. Unnecessary Parties

It is estimated that Lagosian's spend close to 40 billion naira annually on parties alone . 

Most analyst have argued that most of these parties are completely unnecessary and most times do not add value to either the host or the guests.



2. Insisting on Designers, Labels, and Brands

From groceries to clothing to prescription drugs, you can save money by choosing an off-brand over a fancy label. And in many cases, you won't sacrifice much in quality. Clever advertising and fancy packaging don't make brand-name products better than lesser-known brands.

05/09/2014

Make Money Online to Review Products

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Nowadays, there are various means of earning money online just by sitting from the comfort of your home. And one of them that I want to share with you is how to make money online reviewing other people’s products.

There are so many companies that requires people to review their products online. These products ranges from books, audios, movies, foods and electronic products to mention a few.

This brings about an opportunity for affiliates to make money by matching these prospective buyers to what

03/09/2014

How to Setup GSM Short Code Business

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ShortCode SMS business merely involves putting in a system that enables you to use a "short code" to produce kind of mobile content through text electronic messaging. those that take your "shortcode" ar beaked mechanically by their network supplier and you get your own share from it.

GSM short code Biz


What is a brief Code?


Well, it's a five or vi digit telephone number that GSM users will send some data to. you'll be able to cotton on from corporations or sites that provide short code services in Nigeria. you can't cotton on directly from MTN, Glo etc