Showing posts with label blogging. Show all posts
Showing posts with label blogging. Show all posts

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Why You Should Attend Social Media Week (SMW) 2018?

Africa’s Largest Tech & Digital Event is almost here again! The Social Media Week Lagos 2018, themed “Closer” is set to hold from February 26th to March 2nd, 2018. This year’s conference promises to expose how technology can harness people "closer" amidst geographical boundaries. The event is set to hold at Landmark Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

How to Outsmart Core Restrictions for Blogging Success

Blogging Restrictions and its Success
Businesses today regardless of their nature face a significant amount of competitions, and restrictions in order to make ends meet compared to yesteryears. Some of these blocks (in fact majority of such) go a long way to determine the immediate success and long-term relevance of businesses as the World continue to change.

Friday, September 01, 2017

Why Gossip Bloggers get more than they Bargain for TODAY

Gossiping Result
Blogging as a lifestyle or form of business has enveloped within itself many dimensions people can focus on, in order to pass the desired message across to an audience. The dimension at which bloggers focus on differs based on one's interest - sports, technology, news, food, lifestyle, education, health, relationship, entertainment or gossip respectively.

Basically, all these dimensions form the basis for blogging while it is also possible for a blog to encapsulate different dimensions (aside gossip) trying to educate its audience on what is happening in all walk of life. Such is the case of Realities of Today's Blog

However, writing in the name of "blogging" has the tendency of exposing the author(s) or the site owner to different form of attacks - abuse (verbal/physical), law suit, imprisonment at the extreme as a result of publishing inaccurate news about people's lives, organization or a particular government. Among the platforms enlisted earlier, the potential suitor of this act are named gossip bloggers. Gossip bloggers today within and outside Nigeria are exposed to a different form of criticisms/attacks which have actually gotten some of them more than what they bargained for.
Gossip blogging as an aspect of blogging intrudes into the private lives of different kind of people (celebrities/dignitaries in particular) - artists, models, musicians, actors, actresses, sportsperson - organizations and government trying to shade them of their imbalances and challenges. 

Arguably, this act of gossip bloggers brings to them more readers from all nooks and crannies thereby increasing their ROI- Return on Investment. On another note, it has actually put some behind the bars for a couple of weeks - the case of Kemi Olunloyo and also several threats of lawsuits from several celebrities; Funke Akindele, Tonto Dike e.t.c. to the number one blogger in Nigeria "Linda Ikeji".

Gossip bloggers, therefore, get more than they bargain for because most of their gossips which brought them financial returns has actually caused majority broken homes, financial backwardness, loss of reputation, divorce, separation, psychological imbalances, hates, loss of friendship, public abuse and lots more. On another note, minor issues affecting people (marital in particular) which can be easily managed and settled amicably are thereby escalated to the public face which often makes the situation unmanageable . Due to these results, several threats have been made against gossip bloggers to the extent of battering e.t.c.
Nevertheless, this act of such bloggers has accorded them more frenemies among their fellow bloggers within and outside their jurisdiction because they are doing what they love to do - so to say. Due to these, here are important lessons for up and coming gossip bloggers;
  • learn the risk before joining the game.
  • be prepared to face the consequences of your actions.
  • be ready to have more frenemies.
  • be ready for constant threat/warning from all and sundry.