Blogging is known by a lot of online surfers as getting an online home and posting stuffs for people to read. But what kind of stuff should you really post on your blog, especially if it is a business and you’re looking at getting customers and keeping them? A lot of small business bloggers know, or have been told, of the need to get a … Continue reading What 5 Things Should Your Small Business Blog About? By Karo Oforofuo
So you want to know How to Share Posts From Your Facebook Fan Page and Gain Over a Thousand Views, Even if Your Page Has Few Likes? You’re in the right place. Some of you already know this trick. But you might not know how important it is to traffic. So I’m going to keep this article as short as possible, and still make it … Continue reading How to Share Posts From Your Facebook Fan Page and Gain Over a Thousand Views, Even if Your Page Has Few Likes.
We always pray to wake up to good news. But yesterday was a sad morning to wake up to. There has been news making the rounds, about the badoo gang and their notorious activities. Since the police are not effective enough in curbing the issue, the citizens decided to take laws into their own hands. One would expect that, after nabbing suspected members of the … Continue reading Jungle Justice Ends Innocent Lives and Kills A Young Dream
Hi everyone. So in this article, I’m going to touch on what email lisitng is, why you need to grow your email list and how you can do that. It is unfortunate that a lot of Nigerians getting into internet business today, want a short cut to having an email list. So they buy from people who have been all over the internet, gathering emails. … Continue reading How To Grow Your Email List From 0-100 Subscribers in Two Weeks. Guaranteed!
A lot of posts of social media shows that feminism has been turned into the new hate towards men. And this should not be the case. When I see certain posts made by some women, I start to wonder if it is the same feminism I believe in that has been written about. See ehn, I have always supported feminism, even when I didn’t know … Continue reading Let’s Talk Feminism by Karo Oforofuo
I started writing online in 2012. There was a lot to learn then, thanks to my readers who took it upon themselves to correct my mistakes. However, it wasn’t until 2013 that I ventured out into self-publishing. I started with Amazon and Crestespace. The experience was a sad one as nobody bought my stories. Later that year, I visited Mary Okeke on her … Continue reading Do You Want To Learn The Secret to Self-publishing Success on Okadabooks?
“Tradition demands that in the absence of you husband, one of us must become your husband.” Uncle John’s voice rang in my head. The type of things we women are subjected to all in the name of tradition, is baffling. Who was I going to be wife to?” uncle John, my late husband’s eldest brother who happens to be in his mid-sixties? Or the other … Continue reading My Husband’s Brother by Karo Oforofuo
Of late, I have read a lot of real life experiences of rape. Some victims were adults already when it happened. Others were just kids. the worse part is, rape has become rampant. The little kids are the most vulnerable victims. Unfortunately, even while these stories are shared, for the sake of creating awareness, a lot of rape activities are still ongoing and a lot … Continue reading Prevent Another Rape Incident With These Dos And Don’ts – Karo Oforofuo @karooforofuo
“Hey! How are you?” he smiled broadly. “I am fine. Good afternoon sir.” I respond. His body build is athletic. He is tall, a little on the fair side. Grey patches in his beards and hair however, reveal that he is not a small boy. I could say he is well into his forties or early fifties. “Where are you off to?” he asked, coming … Continue reading Out And About With Karo Oforofuo: Marriage, Sex And Tradition
Click here for the previous Chapter… Saturday morning was a beehive of activities at the palace. It was the day set aside for Izogie’s oronmwen. The elders were beginning to gather, women came from far and near to help with food preparations, while the youths swept and arranged the venue. However, the morning met Pawo grinding vegetables in her kitchen. Smoke rose from underneath the … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: Deba Ezodo (Chapter Two) – By Karo Oforofuo (@KaroOforofuo)
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