Growth is what every builder, entrepreneur, or business person, wants. There is no substitute for growth. Unfortunately, growth comes with pains. Whether you are growing teeth, improving and expanding social infrastructure (like roads), or growing a blog, there will be pains along the way. That is what growing Mobility Arena has been about. Going Against
Google has announced two upcoming changes to mobile search results that make finding content easier for users. We all dislike obtrusive interstitials – ads that intrude on the mobile screen, hiding away content. They impose a poor experience to users than other pages where content is immediately accessible. This can be problematic on mobile devices
This post about an ugly blog is based on a real life conversation between a website designer and his friend, Emma, a blogger based in Lagos. Designer: Hello Emma. Another thing.. this your blog user interface is ugly o. Honestly. Blogger: LOL. What’s ugly about it? Designer: Have a look at [competing blog 1] or
Let’s talk about broken records. This morning, Manchester United broke the world record for the highest amount paid for a player in the history of football. While many people see the deal as a masterstroke on the part of Man United, some people have denounced this deal as “madness”. Their reason is the money involved.
The arrest of blogger, Abubakar Sidiq Usman, by heavily armed operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday, August 8, 2016, in his residence has again highlighted the need for conversation on Digital Rights in Nigeria. Of course, this is not just a Nigerian conversation considering recent events that have seen government limiting
Sisi Yemmie has published a humourous take titled 17 scenarios that are too real for Nigerian bloggers. It is a piece that I enjoyed reading as it touched on issues that I am well too familiar with as someone who has been in charge of a number of blogs, including Mobility Arena, CPAfrica and House