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Six (6) Virtual Cultures to Edge over your Contemporaries Today

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Virtual culture literally means our behavioural pattern on the digital space. How do we behave on the internet? Some people are excessively formal on all social platforms. Some are relatively informal. While others maintain a middle ground, which means they are either formal or informal depending on the situation at hand. I must say clearly that the way you comport yourself with friends online should be different from your habits at work 'virtually'. What then are the cultures to observe, learn and display in this new age? 
Culture of Attendance and Preparedness Physical attendance and preparedness are absolutely one of the coveted attributes of serious-minded people in any given environment. How then do you reveal that virtually? You do that by simply preparing yourself to attend virtual meetings before the scheduled time. If you are not familiar with the app scheduled for use, it's best you rehearse before time to be abreast with how to run the app easily. There is no room…

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

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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.

Why Some People Stick With Blackberry Messenger Apps Today

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Trends today on social media/networking has gone beyond the way and manner it used to be (compared to the yesteryears) due to the massive alteration and transformation in the game. This transformation reflects itself in the rates of social media- networking apps developed by engineers within and outside Africa to the extent that some long-time game leaders (social media apps) have been benched and even forced out of the game strategically.
From the onset (as early enough), Blackberry apps particularly its messenger was more or less the talk of the town while Android designs/app world was way behind based on public consumption and the accessibility and affordability of other supplements. Regardless of the dominance of Blackberry Messenger (BBM) for years, its position became contestable having sold their franchise to Android. At that point, the law of diminishing returns sets in for Blackberry users since a more durable phone "Android" now has their desired app on it - coupled…