My summary of WordCamp Cape Town 2011. This post includes a video of my presentation, titled: Harnessing the full power of WordPress for multimedia publishing.
WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. There have been dozens of such events around the globe in the past, and there will be WordCamps for as long as WordPress continues to exist in its current shape and form.
This blog post is part of a series of blog posts focused on how to blog more effectively. In an earlier post in the Effective Blogging series, I made a case for why every blogger should have a mobile-friendly version of their blog. In this post, I would be highlighting how to make your blog […]
This blog post is part of a series of blog posts focused on how to blog more effectively. The Internet has evolved to a point where web access is no longer an exclusive preserve of desktop or laptop computers. A new demography has matured over the years and has since reached a critical mass that […]
An interview Naijasmostincredible.com conducted with me has been published. In their own words: In this interview, Mr. Ajao reveals: How to take on the unique challenges of growing an Internet business in Africa. The secret competitive advantage easily available to every business in Africa… but ignored by most entrepreneurs. How to become a market leader […]
This blog post is part of a series of blog posts focused on how to blog more effectively. I recently got a message from Regina, a reader of this blog in Kenya. She asked: Tell me, how does one start a blog? I can see you have a very nice blog and I was wondering […]
5 years ago, I setup this personal blog as a medium for self-expression. A medium mainly for sharing my personal opinion on issues I consider of interest to me, that are also worth sharing with the world. 5 years later, I am warming-up for much greater heights, to crown the modest achievements I have reached […]
A new blog aggregator for blogs related to Nigeria, has been unveiled at http://bloggers.com.ng The Nigerian blogosphere is easily one of the most vibrant on the African continent. Though figures are hard to come by, a conservative estimate would put the number of Nigerian blogs at about 2,000. Following the thousands of blogs related to […]
This blog post is part of a series of blog posts focused on how to blog more effectively. One of the basic ways of being effective with your blogging activities is to use a real domain name, as your blog address. It not only shows how seriously you take your blog, but helps your audience […]
A recent observation has compelled me to reflect on the title of this blog post: Is Blogging A Calling? Who said blogging was easy? Why do so many blogs fail? The focus of my observation is on the multitudes of personal blogs that have closed shop and those on indefinite leave of absence. For the […]