Go Beyond Blogging And Affiliate Marketing! Commissions.ng Is The New Way To Make Money Online

Starting an eCommerce platform in Nigeria is not easy! At a minimum, anyone going into it will have to deal with the following issues

1. Setting up a website including domain names, SSL, servers etc
2. Sourcing for products to sell
3. Work out logistics with shipping companies
4. Deal with customer care issues
5. Figure out pay on delivery and credit card processing issues.

The good news now is that a new platform called Commissions.ng just launched and they have completely removed all barriers to starting an eCommerce platform in Nigeria. Here are some features Commissions.ng brings to the table
1. Your can create your own eCommerce site in just 8 clicks. No special skill is required
2. You can choose any name for your website
3. You can select any category of things that you will like to sell
4. The site you generate comes pre-loaded with 1000+ items for sale. 
5. You earn commissions from everything you sell

You can watch this video that see how it works
eCommerce + Multi-Level Marketing 
Commissions.ng even has multi-level marketing built into it. 

When you activate a startup or enterprise plan on commissions.ng, you become eligible to receive referral bonuses and sales commissions from your downlines
For any member of your downline activates a site, you immediately N7,000!
If your second-generation downline activates a website, you earn N2,000 immediately!
And you earn N1,000 from your third generation downline.
Check out this video to full understand the earning structure of Commissions.ng

Check Out List Of Universities That Accepts JAMB Scores Below 180 For POST-UME Screening

With the reduction of 2017 cut-off mark to 120 for universities and 100 for polytechnics and Colleges of education, many candidates who have lost hope of gaining admission this year now have their hopes rekindled.

This means that with a low JAMB score, candidates can still gain admission. Interestingly, many federal and state universities that have released their Post-UTME admission screening forms have actually reduced their cut-off marks from what it was in previous years.
The purpose of this post is to make it easier for candidates with low JAMB scores to be able to know universities that can accept them for Post-UTME screening exercise.

The universities that accept JAMB scores below 180 will be listed here the moment they announce their Post-UTME screening details and cut-off marks.
This list will comprise just federal and state universities. Most private universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education have cut-off marks below 150.
At the moment, below is the list of universities that accept low JAMB scores for Post-UTME screening exercise.

IMPORTANT: It is advisable you do a JAMB change of institution to any of these schools you wish to apply to in order to stand a good chance of getting admitted. The JAMB Change of Course/Institution will be on till the end of admission.

Universities That Accept Low JAMB Scores For Post-UTME Screening

FUDutse 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Cut-off marks is 160-180
KUST 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Cut-off mark is between 150-200
FUOYE 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening & Registration – Cut-off Mark Is Now 150
FULAFIA Post-UTME Screening And Registration – 2017/2018: Cut-off mark is 170
UMYU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Cut-off mark is 170
NDU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening & Registration: Cut-off mark is 150
FUDutsinma 2017/2018 Post-UTME/DE screening & Registration: Cut-off mark is 120
Sokoto State University 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening & Registration: Cut-off mark is 140
FUAM 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening and Registration: Cut-off Mark is 170
CRUTECH 2017/2018 1st Choice Post-UTME/DE Registration: Cut-off mark is 150
FUOtuoke 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Cut-off Mark is 150
YSU Post-UTME Screening And Registration Details: Cut-off mark is 140
UNIMAID 2017/2018 Post-UTME/DE Screening And Registration: Cut-off Mark is 160
UNICAL 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration:Eligible JAMB Score is 150
EBSU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening Announced: Cut-off Mark -160
AAU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Eligible JAMB Score 160
AKSU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Announced: Eligible JAMB Score is 160
RSUST 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening Announced: Eligible JAMB Score Is 150
EKSU Post-UTME/DE Screening 2017: Eligible JAMB Score Is 150
ABSU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Registration: Eligible JAMB Score Is 120 And Above

Good luck to all the aspirants. 

See The Top 20 "How To" Searched By Users On Google

We've all been there – you're sick and can't sleep so naturally, you start Googling your symptoms at 3am – only to find out that you're in fact dying.

Anyway, the Google Trends team has created a
site dedicated to analysing the most asked questions globally on the search engine – and some of the most popular 'how to' searches are surprising.
Google searches that begin with "how to" are on the rise, growing by 140% in the last 13 years and among those searches, it seems fruit flies are a worldwide problem and turns out there's a lot of people who don't know how to boil an egg.

In comparison to 2016, losing weight was in the top five last year and it's still Googled a lot now – but people are no longer Googling 'how to play
Pokémon Go' (so last year, literally) and 'how to vote for the referendum' for obvious reasons.

Check out the top 20 'how to' searches for 2017 below, and see how many you've been guilty of Googling...

1. How to tie a tie
2. How to kiss
3. How to get pregnant
4. How to lose weight
5. How to draw
6. How to make money
7. How to make pancakes
8. How to write a cover letter
9. How to make french toast
10. How to lose belly fat
11. How to write a resume
12. How to boil eggs
13. How to draw a rose
14. How to gain weight
15. How to get rid of fruit flies
16. How to tie a bow tie
17. How to make slime
18. How to love
19. How to hard boil eggs
20. How to get rid of acne

"Recently, we noticed that 'how to...' searches have increased by more than 140% since 2004," said Simon Rogers, who's Google's data editor.
"And much of that search interest is directed towards how to 'fix' things – whether it's a lightbulb, window, washing machine, or even the toilet."

Arsenal's Kelechi Nwakali Donates 73million Naira To His Former Academy

Nigeria U20 captain Kelechi Nwakali has donated the sum of N73million to the football academy he played for before signing for Arsenal.

The 20-year old gifted the ASJ Academy based in Eziobodo, Owerri the sum of $240,000, which amounts to N73.2million at the official exchange rate of N305.

“It was a rare gesture from him and the entire academy were appreciative of his generosity and humility”.

Nwakali has recently signed a one-year loan deal with Dutch club VVV Venlo, where he will spend the current season from English giants, Arsenal.

He spent the last season on loan at another Dutch club, MVV Maastricht, but played in the second tier of Dutch league football.

But he will now play in the top league with Venlo, who have also previously had Tijani Babangida and Ahmed Musa on their payroll.

Rhianna Regrets Giving Up Her Virginity

Rihanna while been featured on ELLE magazine has opens up about losing her virginity, wishes she can go back in time, to the day she lost her virginity, and change things.

The BBHMM singer, yesterday, launched the new collection of her Fenty makeup at the New York Fashion Week and on same day, revealed her latest feature for ELLE where she spoke 

with the magician David Copperfield.

When the magician asked her where she would want to go to if he made her disappear and reappear anywhere in the world, Rihanna said,
“Ten minutes before I lost my virginity…and I’m holding you to that offer. LOL.”’I w
Though she has never talked about her first s*x, the singer who is fondly called Bad Gal Riri, often spoke about her experiences with the opposite s*x, and kinky things she likes to 
experience during s*x.

“My first kiss was in high school, and it was the worst thing ever,” she had told Rolling Stone.
“He pretty much dumped his entire saliva glands into my mouth. It traumatized me. I didn’t kiss for, like, ever.”

I like to be spanked,” she continued.
“Being tied up is fun. I like to keep it spontaneous. Sometimes whips and chains can be overly planned—you gotta stop, get the whip from the drawer downstairs….I’d rather have him 
his hands.”

Also, in her previous interview with Vanity Fair, she talked about what casual s*x feels like.
“I am going to do what makes me feel happy, what I feel like doing,” she said. “But that would be empty for me; that to me is a hollow move. I would wake up the next day feeling like s–t.”
When you love somebody, that’s different,” she continued.

“Even if you don’t love them per se, when you care enough about somebody and you know that they care about you, then you know they don’t disrespect you. And it’s about my own 
respect for myself.

ASUU STRIKE: Committee of VCs Meets Concerning ASUU Strike

The Committee of Vice-Chancellors (VC) of Nigerian Universities met in Abuja on Thursday on the ongoing strike by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and other matters.
The Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Professor Muftau Akanji, who disclosed this in Minna on Friday, said the meeting deliberated on the ASUU strike and made recommendations to the federal government on the way forward.
Asked what the recommendations of the committee were, Akanji declined to give details of the suggestions, but said: “We asked that a middle way should be found into resolving the crisis.”
Akanji described the strike as “very unfortunate”, saying that the industrial action had come “when many universities are trying to stabilise their academic calendar. For us in the FUT everything would have been normal this year”.
He however pleaded with both the federal government and ASUU to settle their differences in the interest of the education sector, parents and students.

Learn How To Make 10,000 Naira With Just #500 Using ALAT By WEMA

How To Make  N10,000 With ALAT By Wema Bank

Follow the procedures below, I'm going to show you how to make cool cash using ALAT.

Steps to register:

Step 1: Go to Google Play store on your smartphone.

Step 2: Search for Alat app. Download the app.

Step 3: Install and open the application.

Step 4: Fill in the necessary information to open an account. Make sure you Use 89S2P8 as your referral code.

Step 5: You will be asked to upload your signature. Just sign on a white paper make sure it's legible enough, Snap the signature with your phone and upload it.

Step 6: Boom! you're done, You have successfully opened an account

Step 7: Fund your account with #500

Step 8: Click on refer a friend on your dashboard.
 You will be given a referral code which you can also use in referring people.

Cash out
For every friend who joins ALAT with your referral code and funds their ALAT account with N500, ALAT will give you a token of N500 in return. When you refer up to ten friends who fund their ALAT accounts with N500 each and upload required documents, an extra N5,000 will be added to your account.

Advantages Of Having An ALAT Account
ALAT By Wema Bank will save you time with a simple account opening process.
It will help you put money away easily by automating your savings.
It will make sure your bills are paid on time with its scheduled payments feature.
They deliver a free debit card you can activate, lock and unlock from your phone to you anywhere in Nigeria.
You can also use your card abroad. All you have to do is click Card Control in the Cards menu, set the channels your card will work on and the country/countries where you will use it.
You can withdraw money from your ALAT account via an ATM without using your debit card.

How To withdraw money from an ATM without a card
Log into the ALAT app, click Send Money on the menu then click ATM Cardless Transfer.
Fill in the required details and authenticate the transfer with your ALAT PIN. You will receive a pay code by email.
To withdraw your money, go to any cardless-enabled or pay code-enabled ATM and follow these instructions:
1. Press ENTER to clear the ATM screen.
2. Select CashOut Paycode.
3. Type the reference number and the cashout PIN.
4. Type the amount of money you want to withdraw.

For more info on ALAT, check them out on
www.alat.ng , email – help@alat.ng or call: 070022552528

If you need quicker assistance on how to go about it, you can join ALAT by Wema Bank Whatsapp group by clicking this link  https://chat.whatsapp.com/2i6sgkLlnZMDIxySX9Blo4


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