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5 Reasons why your blog is important

You may be questioning why you should continue with your blog. Perhaps, you feel like you were sold a dream of money-making because you do not see where the money is. Why should you suffer creating content when it seems no one cares to leave a comment nor press like? Blogging is hard work. Though… Continue reading 5 Reasons why your blog is important

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From Blogger to Paid Writer: Tips on Freelancing.

Lusaka Day & Night

  1. Always have a price for the work that you do, when starting out people will try to underpay you or tell you to work for exposure! It’s up to…

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#FeatureThursdays, Interviews

AfroBloggers #FeatureThursdays – Anjolaoluwa Ozozoma Coker

Constantly being at war with telling the truth, yet fighting to accept it myself.

#FeatureThursdays, Interviews

AfroBlogger #FeatureThursdays – Ivana Akotowaa Ofori

When you read Ivana Akotowaa Ofori’s Blog you would never guess that she is only 18. Her writing prompts you to practise a rewarding kind of freedom that can hold you captive on her blog for hours. A beautiful confinement of frank and brutally honest published posts that seem determined to encourage its followers, to… Continue reading AfroBlogger #FeatureThursdays – Ivana Akotowaa Ofori

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AfroBloggers #FeatureThursdays – Naana Joa Braso

I realised that poetry is about staying true to who you are with each stroke of the pen ❤

GuestBloggers, Interviews

MEET AN AFRICAN BLOGGER: AMAKALI TULIPAMWE

In our pursuit to showcase African Bloggers this week we feature a Namibian Blogger. Q1. Tell us a bit about yourself My name is Tulipamwe Juliuson Amakali (could’ve been Tokyo Juliuson Amakali but my dad decided otherwise) I  was born and bred in Windhoek, Namibia (We are between South Africa and Angola for those that do not know). I… Continue reading MEET AN AFRICAN BLOGGER: AMAKALI TULIPAMWE