Monday, 26 November 2012


Are you a Google Adsense publisher living in Nigeria and finding it difficult to cash your check/cheque?

Are you doing an affiliate program that pays you with check/cheque but you‘re finding it difficult to cash your money?

You don’t need to worry about those questions you’re seeing above, you can easily cash your Google adsense and other affiliate check/cheque easily in your local bank account here in Nigeria.

Your Google Adsense check/cheque and other foreign check/cheque can only be paid to a domiciliary account, domiciliary account can be use to clear your dollar, euro and pound sterling check/cheque. Domiciliary account can only be operated in foreign currencies. You can also use your domiciliary account with forex, but am limiting this post to Google Adsense and other affiliate program check/cheque clearing procedure.

The first thing you need to do is to go to your local bank where you are operating a savings/current account and ask for a domiciliary account form, you will be ask to fill out some information and you will need to provide some document such as two passport photographs, a utility bill (e.g. PHCN bill) and your National Identity Card/ International Passport/ Drivers License. After this, you will be asked to provide two referees. You will only be asked to provide referees if you are operating a savings account with them, but if you are using a current account already, you won’t be ask to provide referee. Your referees must be a current account/ domiciliary account holder with your bank or other commercial banks in Nigeria and there account must not be dormant. To make your domiciliary account process faster, I will advise you to find referees from your bank.

The opening balance of a domiciliary account differs from bank to bank for example,

• Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB) domiciliary account opening balance is $100. You can withdraw your $100 after the whole process.
• Intercontinental Bank Plc (IBP) domiciliary account opening balance is $150. You can only withdraw $135 after the whole process. The remaining $15 will remain in your account
• First Bank domiciliary account opening balance is $500.
• Access Bank will request for $100, but $20 must always remain in your account.

From the four banks listed above, you can see that GTB is the best bank you can open a domiciliary account with because they are the cheapest and they allow you to withdraw your entire fund at your will. Before I opened my account with GTB I visited almost all the commercial banks in my area to know their charges and criteria. I will advise you to open a Dom account with GTB because I find them reliable and cheap.

After opening the domiciliary account, and confirmed your referees you can now pay your check/cheque into your dom account. Every commercial banks in Nigeria uses 15 working days to clear your check and credit your account with your money. You will be charge $10 for every check/cheque cleared by GTB. The amount charge as bank charges varies from bank to bank. After they must have deducted $10 from your account, you can withdraw the rest of your money. You will be paid in the currency ascribe on the check/cheque.

By now you must have had a full idea of how domiciliary accounts work, how you can cash your Google Adsense and other affiliate program check/cheque.

Friday, 23 November 2012

How to post/publish post to Blogger directly from mobile Phones

Here i will teach you how to use your mobile to publish post to blogger directly from your mobile phone.

Any mobile with a data connection with SMS can be used. Using your phone, you can publish posts to Blogger at any time. This has immense advantages, especially for people who like keeping their friends and family updated, or reporters wanting to break the latest news on their blogs instantly, or travelers who don't often have access to the internet. Such people can publish a new post simply via SMS or MMS or email right from their mobile.

Posting to Blogger with your cell phone

Unlike other publishing platforms (such as WordPress) which have mobile apps, Google Blogger works an a different principle. Blogger mobile can operate through messages, which means it requires no internet connectivity. Hence, mobile blogging is ideal for travelling users. Here's how to set up Blogger Mobile.

Blogger looks discouraging when it is logged in/signed up in a mobile phone, post/publishing is not functional(Error saving/publishing post) due to the web browser.

Register your mobile device

To start publishing through your cell phone, you first need to register for a mobile blog. You can do this by sending an SMS or MMS to 256447 (BLOGGR) containing the message "REGISTER" (without quotes). Alternatively, you can send an email from your mobile to with "REGISTER" as the subject.

This will create a new mobile blog for you. You will get a message reply (SMS or email) containing your new blog name and a claim token. Save this token as it is needed for the set-up.

Verifying claim token

This is how you can verify your mobile blog. Visit and sign-up from the option given on the right. You need to get on another computer to sign up, and not on your mobile device. Enter your claim token, along with the captcha and your mobile blog will then be verified.

Configure mobile blog

Your mobile device should now be set up to publish posts to your new mobile blog. You can customize this blog visually by logging on through a computer. However, this new mobile blog will have a new blog address. If you'd rather that your mobile posts are published to an existing blog, you can select the option once you verify your claim token. If you emailed using an address already associated with a Blogger account, you will see a list of all the blogs that you manage. If you used a different email address, then you can go into your mobile blog and modify the “Mobile Devices” setup displayed on your Blogger Dashboard page. You can select any other blogs for your mobile posts to go to.

Creating a mobile blog post

Publishing  a post through mobile is pretty simple. Simple send an SMS to BLOGGR (256447) with the post content. You can also send an MMS to the same number and format it just the way you want your post to be, including images and video clips. The limit for image files is 250KB. You can also send an email with subject and message body, which will become your post title and content respectively.

This service is free of cost. You will only be charged by your carrier according to your data plans. Blogger charges nothing.

In my next post, i shall be looking at "How to upload images, videos and the likes at proper places  to blogger from mobile phone including via email".
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Tuesday, 20 November 2012


Cascading Style Sheet

Basic Tips on web hosting

Do you need a web host that is reliable and can give u unlimited space, unlimited transfer and Domain?
All you need to know about web hosting is in this post.

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I threw this page together as a resource to help out potential webmasters in perhaps choosing a web host more wisely than many first did. A wrong choice can have terrible consequences for your website and its reputation, not to mention the loss of money in some cases. Keep the following 'rules' in mind when considering purchasing web hosting services.

The Ten Basic Rules

The hosting company which kicked off the creation of this article is the now defunct Their absolute lack of professionalism, and the (almost irreparable) damage they did to still makes me angry, and it's been quite a while since I escaped their clutches. My experience with Oktagone is the perfect example of all the things that can go wrong with hosting.

Basic Rule Number One: Never rely on one or two pieces of advice when purchasing hosting services, no matter how glowing the recommendation. Aside from the fact that people may not really know what they're talking about, some people often don't have any direct experience with the host they're recommending, and of course some people may even be paid by or affiliated with the host and thus their recommendation is not genuine. Nothing replaces decent independent research when choosing a web host. Hit Google and start searching for any and all accounts of a host by actual users. Virtually all hosts will show both good and bad experiences, but the good hosts usually have far higher incidences of the good rather than the bad.

Basic Rule Number Two: Don't use a web host if they can't automate or correctly administer the most fundamental aspect of a business: billing and payments.

Basic Rule Number Three: Never ever rely on a web host which has constant outages, even if they always come up with some excuse for it. There is no genuine excuse for a web host which experiences frequent, particularly lengthy, outages. All good hosts have redundancy plans in place to prevent extended outages, and indeed if your host is experiencing repeated outages without doing something about it that should tell you how unprofessional their setup is. Your website relies on a smooth and consistent presence on the Internet to be successful. Constantly being unavailable undermines your image, reduces your income, and affects search engine rankings to name just a few negative effects.

Basic Rule Number Four: If your website, or even the host's site itself, goes down for more than 24 hours, start getting very worried. This is not normal, particularly if you were not given any prior warning or plausible explanation. Check the WebHosting Talk Outages Forum to see if there is an existing discussion on an outage at your particular host or their upstream provider - you will have to do some research if you're not sure who your host's original provider is. This also leads me to:

Basic Rule Number Five: Begin the process of researching other potential webhosts the minute you are unsatisfied with your current host's service for any reason. This doesn't mean you should switch hosts at the first sign of trouble, but the sooner you do some research to find out which other hosts are available in your price range, and what sort of feedback there is on their services, the better equipped you will be to move in a hurry should it be necessary to abandon ship. You may notice that I've mentioned WebHosting Talk (WHT) several times in this article - I'm not affiliated or sponsored by WHT, it is simply a good place to research and read more about all aspects of hosting, and interact with the hosts themselves. In any case whichever avenue you choose, now is the time to do some research.

Basic Rule Number Six: Once your site is down for several days, don't trust the host to tell you the truth about the situation, and don't just sit and wait - switch hosts as soon as possible. Simply put, if your web host hasn't taken steps to protect against extended outages longer than a day by having some sort of contingency plan, you're dealing with an unprofessional setup. In some situation, their outright lying was bad enough, but the fact that they left some of their customers offline for over two weeks means that the owner was clearly uninterested in anything more than running hosting as a casual hobby to earn money on the side. He was wholly unprepared to undertake the responsibility of hosting, couldn't even pay his bills, and left all his customers stranded, all the while telling blatant lies and refusing to give refunds.

Basic Rule Number Seven: Always back up your website regularly to your own PC and/or to another server or location other than your host's server(s). Your host may or may not take regular backups of your site/server, but you should never rely on these. In fact most hosts make it clear as part of their terms and conditions that you are responsible for backing up your own data. If a host goes down or goes bankrupt for example, you cannot depend on being able to get back your data or any backups stored on their servers. You must backup remotely to at least one other reliable independent location, preferably more, and backup regularly so that your backups are at the most 24 - 48 hours out of date.

Basic Rule Number Eight: Never register your domain name through your web host. Hosts will often offer to register a domain for you, and many webmasters who are lazy or don't know any better will accept this offer. The problem is that if your host is also holding your domain registration details, and the host goes offline for extended periods, goes bust, or you have a hostile relationship with them, then you can't switch your site to another host. Why? Because you need to be able to change the Domain Name Server information for your domain to point it to new IP address(es), and if this is registered through your host it may not be accessible and thus can't be changed, leaving you stuck.

Basic Rule Number Nine: Never pay in advance for hosting, even if it entails a large discount. You may find that you lose all your money if the host goes down permanently, or even if they simply decide not to refund you the balance if you leave early for example. Consumer protection agencies, as well as the protection mechanisms in credit cards and PayPal can help you recover your money in many cases, but for small sums you're often going to spend more time and effort than is worth the money you're trying to get back. Pay for your hosting by the month, and do it using a credit card or PayPal so you have some form of protection.

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Basic Rule Number Ten: Finding a good host is not a foolproof business. Even the smartest and most experienced webmasters can still fall prey to a host which suddenly goes bust. Hosting itself is a risky, expensive and complex business, so the companies involved in hosting - just like any other business - can experience ups and downs. If you find a good host, stick with them through the bad times, although this doesn't negate the earlier rules I mentioned. For example, if a good host goes down for 24 hours or more, you should still research other hosts in preparation to move. Then when your host provides you with a reason for the downtime, judge its plausibility based on some research. All hosts have outages from time to time, but if a 'good' host experiences frequent outages, and things are steadily getting worse, then it's time to move on.

And remember this final bonus tip: cheapest is usually not the best choice when it comes to hosting. If having a stable presence on the Internet is important to you, if you don't want to waste countless hours trying to resolve mysterious problems with your site, then do your research and be prepared to spend a few extra bucks to get a quality service run by a professional team. Almost without fail, the cheapest hosts are the worst ones, because they're either using a business model that is extremely risky or unviable in the long term, and/or they are deliberately cutting corners in a range of areas which can lead to outages, data loss and terrible support. You definitely get what you pay for in the hosting world.

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In my next post i shall be looking at "How to post/publish post via mobile
Pls make use of d comment box if u have any related view or question 

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Make Money with Google Adsense

Make Money with Google Adsense Google Adsense is the simple way you can turn web traffic into money. Instead of going through the stress of selling advertising space or creating your product, with Google Adsense all you will need to do is some minute’s set-up process and you will be earning money immediately. Are you confused on how Google Adsense works, how to set Google Adsense, meaning of Google Adsense and many more questions. Here are basics on how Google Adsense works. What is Google Adsense? Google Adsense is a contextual advertiser program. How Does Google Adsense Works? Adsense will read all the text around the ad and figure out what the webpage is all about and serve up ads that are relevant to your website. For example, if you’re running a website that teaches how to start a piggery and you don’t have any product to sell on the site, but you want to make money from it, all you need to do is to set up a Google Adsense. Once your Adsense account is set, it will read the text on your site and figure out the best ad relevant for your site. Whenever anyone clicks on your ads, you will get paid. The amount you will receive on every click depends on how the click is valuable to the advertiser. For example, if you’re running a fishing website, you might only make $0.15 a click, but if you are running a website related to loan, you might get paid as much as $5-$15 a click. How To Set Up Google Adsense Account? To get started, go to , register an account with them, but before you register, you must have a website running already so that Google will know where you plan on putting the ads. Then, walk through the AdSense set-up process. At the end of the process, Google will generate a small snippet of code. Copy and paste this code into your HTML editor. Upload the file, and then wait about five minutes for it to process. Once AdSense has had a chance to read your website, it’ll generate the ads and you’ll soon be up and running. What Kind of Websites Work Well with Google AdSense? The best kind of website that work fine for Adsense have to be a content websites that get most of its traffic from search engines. It’s very rare that you’ll be able to make more money from AdSense than you’re spending from another advertising source. For example, it doesn’t really make sense to try to advertise in a magazine for your website and try to make the money back with AdSense. Because search engine traffic is free, you’ll almost always be profitable if you’re driving traffic from search engines to AdSense. Content sites work best because you have increased trust already and people will tend to click on your recommendations and links. Also, AdSense tends to earn less than selling your own or other people’s products, so it doesn’t really make sense to use AdSense in conjunction with an ecommerce site. In short, AdSense works best with content sites that are ranked in search engines. These are the basics of how to use Google’s innovative AdSense program. Setting of Adsense takes less than 20 Minutes. If you’re already getting traffic, you can very soon be expecting a check from Google.

Click here to start creating your Google Adsense


SIMPLE TRICK ON HOW TO USE THE MTN 2 HOURS BUNDLE FOR WEEKS/MONTHS UNLIMITED Hundreds of Nigerians on my Neck even when am Busy in School... Ok, You Guys should Rock this for MTN. This is a Simple Tips on How to Use the MTN 2 Hours Bundle for Weeks/Months Unlimitedly. Someone Sent this Trick to Me, Now it has been Tested working by Some of Our FBT Crew, We all know the MTN Hour Plans? That cost just 250 for 2 Hours now, There is a way you can Use it for Months even when it expires. 1. Load upto N250 on your Phone, Then Send 2H to 131. You will be Subscribed to the MTN 2 Hours Plan with a Data cap of 150MB.. Don't Panic. 2. So after Browsing and Downloading, Once its get to 2Hrs and You Received a Message from MTN that you've Exhausted your 2 Hours Plan, Do this... 3. Send Reset to 131. Thats it... Simple!!! It has been working for a Month now!!!! Enjoy & Don't Forget to visit again.