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  • Active Member Asked on February 22, 2018 in SEO.

    I checked your blog and it’s commendable, one of the major way one can monetize content is through google adsense which is currently running on your blog. Google  can be frustrating at times but still remain the only reliable way of monetize contents online.

    Other ways of monetizing blog are sourcing for Direct advert and Sponsored post.

    This answer accepted by LuckyNwosu. on February 25, 2018 Earned 15 points.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 22, 2018 in Food Processing.

    As stated in the article there should be a certain amount of moisture in the corn for it to pop, most preferably you need to buy sweet corn for pop cor business.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 22, 2018 in Agriculture.

    Couldn’t help but agree with you and i do think from the analysis i gathered it is even  less expensive to maintain compare to soil farming.

    Nigerian as a whole we are always afraid to try new innovations but on more sincere note farmers should try it out as an alternative to soil farming.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 21, 2018 in Agriculture.

    Oga Apeiron, the offer looks too good to be true  experience has taught me to always buy what i see . My best advise is to mingle with market women around you for latest pricing.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 21, 2018 in Agriculture.

    I want to believe this is your first time trying to export, if yes, then you need to visit NEPC(Nigeria Export Promotion Council) office. They are the  only authority concerned with Nigerians exporting their products or you could also link up with any private exporting company for more practical guidelines.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 21, 2018 in Agriculture.

    First i think you should have added your location for precise information but anyways i think i can help you that provided your demand is regular and your location is around South West Zone. You can hit me up on 07036378686 same as whatsapp .

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  • Active Member Asked on February 21, 2018 in Agriculture.

    Hello Christopher, i don’t know if there is any company that’s into training people for agric feeds production but 1 thing i know for sure is that you need to apply for a job or internship in one of the feed companies. They are sure to give you firsthand information on how to produce top quality feeds.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 19, 2018 in Agriculture.

    More details would if needed only for serious clients.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 10, 2018 in Agriculture.

    Before exporting you need to confirm if your product is not blacklisted from both importing country and exporting country. Check out some of the basic requirement for starting exporting business in Nigeria.

    1. Register your company: It’s the bedrock of every successful exporter
    2. Register With The Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC)
    3. Register With Customs By Completing The Form NXP
    4. Obtain Special Licenses And Permits For The Goods You’re Dealing In
    5. Make sure your goods are not on the prohibited list
    6. Partner With A Freight Forwarding Service Company To Ship Your Goods
    7. Register on many International Trade Exhib( This would boost your chances of meeting people of like minds)
    8. Explore all options on the Internet to advertise your Product
    9. Register With Export Promotion Councils (EPC)

    You can still be an exporter even if you can’t  meet all these requirement by allying yourself with big players in the industry .

     

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  • Active Member Asked on February 10, 2018 in Real Estate.

    Agent business is the same everywhere in Nigeria, starting an agency business requires a whole lot of networking within your fellow agents so as to improve your chances of of impress your clients.  What you need to succeed as an agent in Nigeria is NETWORKING.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 10, 2018 in Agriculture.

    Getting locations for where to source egg is probably not the hardest thing to do, ask anyone selling egg around to help with that

    In egg business they are different sizes of eggs and of course different prices, these are recent prices in the farm.

    1.  Pullet sizes:  550- 600( Exclude transport)
    2. Small  sizes: 650- 700( Exclude transport)
    3. Medium sizes: 750-850( Exclude transport)
    4. Jumbo sizes: 900-1000( Exclude transport)
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  • Active Member Asked on February 10, 2018 in Agriculture.

    Hello Emeka, your first try should be your immediate environment, advertise to local market women, restaurant and hotels,  you could give them on sales or return option so as to encourage them.  Advert your products online  also.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 9, 2018 in Agriculture.

    Going into export of any sort is capital intensive and at the same time non capital provided you know what it entails. Would try and break it down for you to understand in the simplest way.

    1. Register your company: It’s the bedrock of every successful exporter
    2. Register With The Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC)
    3. Register With Customs By Completing The Form NXP
    4. Obtain Special Licenses And Permits For The Goods You’re Dealing In
    5. Make sure your goods are not on the prohibited list
    6. Partner With A Freight Forwarding Service Company To Ship Your Goods
    7. Register on many International Trade Exhibition
    8. Plan to attend many Trade Fairs as possible
    9. Explore all options on the Internet to advertise your Product
    10. Register With Export Promotion Councils (EPC)

    You could also be an exporter even if you don’t have enough capital to start big, for starters you have to align yourself with the big players in the industry.  So all you need is to source from a reliable supplier, it’s not always easy but in the long run it will eventually pay off.

    And just you know starting an import/export business in Nigeria comes with both its pros and cons. If executed well, the seller could rake in a whole lot of money. But if not well managed, significant losses could be recorded. Good l

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  • Active Member Asked on February 8, 2018 in Agriculture.

    Palm oil is naturally found in the East, so it is best you channel your research towards that area and best of luck in your quest.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 8, 2018 in Food Processing.

    You fail to indicate if its new fruit juice machine you need or fairly used one, but however i did a research for the new one from china and the cost is $1800 – $2600 if when converted to naira is #648,000 & #936,000 that’s the least price you can get and don’t forget the price doesn’t  come with shipping. Hope this information was useful.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 8, 2018 in Education.
    1. Go into partnership with a middle aged woman with a lot of experience with children (educational qualification will be a plus)
    2. – She will handle all aspects of the children’s care, but you can oversee finances and office stuff.
    3. – Find a suitable location and decide on what area you want to help children develop in (a creche is the first stage of learning for children outside the home and usually sets the foundation for all they learn
    4. – Provide equipment and materials, learn and play toys, clean beddings and cots for naps, TV with loads of singalong tapes, lots of nappies and baby toiletries. also you have to ensure all surfaces are soft and child protected always.
    5. – Friendly outside area for running around will be ideal, because kids like to go outdoors and its very good for them
    6. – You will need staff that will ensure they eat, sleep and are clean all the time

    These are some of the tips i recommend you should know before starting. Good luck to you

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  • Active Member Asked on February 8, 2018 in Agriculture.

    You can get pineapple in large quantity from Northern part of Nigeria. As we all know the northerner produces most of the fruits we consumes in Nigeria. I don’t know the particular state that produces more. So it is safe to say North is your best try.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 8, 2018 in Food.

    Hello Princedee,  fast food business is a very lucrative if situated in a good location.  You can start fast food business with the sum of #200,000 to #500,000 depending on your location and budget. Even some fast food owners started small and now they are big.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 8, 2018 in Transport.

    A new Keke Napep cost about 350,000 – 400,000 thousand naira while fairly used one cost is about 150,000 – 200,000 thousand naira. The choice is yours.

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  • Active Member Asked on February 7, 2018 in Business.

    Hello Lizzy, I recommend you try Aliexpress because it offers wide range of products you can ever imagine.

    Why I prefer Aliexpress;

    1. Their site is user friendly
    2. They have variety of products
    3. They deliver worldwide
    4. Refund your money if the products is not delivered to you
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