Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Unlimited Download:9mobile Introduced Time Base Data Plan Call Blazeon

Wow! This Another Unlimited Awoof From 9mobile
I have always been a fan of timely based data plan because of how much I can download most especially when the speed is completely out of this world.

But it becomes burdensome when you have something urgent to download but speed becomes a prayer point.
When Airtel first introduced timely based data planin 2015, I was their number one fans because you can download unlimited with it for 1hour with just N180…

But something went wrong, they increased the price and the plan died a natural death.
Now 9mobile, took over from where Airtel stopped, introduce their very own time based data plan called BlazeOn, powered by Comptel’s FWD solution. 9moble believe that“Most Internet users in Nigeria don’t know how much mobile data they consume while browsing or streaming", hence the launch of BlazeOn, an android app which you can download.

BlazeOn Data Plans
You can get10min for N50,15min for N70,30min for N120or go for the 1hour for N200 plan. Within the jurisdiction of this usage, you can download unlimited until your time expires.

How Can I Get it?

Download BlazeOn Or the raw file

Set up the app and you are good to go.
I’ll only recommend this plan if you have something heavy to download and 9mobile speed in your location is superb..

Hope It Helps

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GLO splash out free data to their customers

After all the bashing and poor rating ofGloon their official Facebook page, Glo decided to introduce full day of data to their subscribers.
Lots of fans have been complaining about glo network connection and it is now becoming a torture subscribing to Glo data plans because at the end of 29 days, you must have only succeeded in using200MBout of 3GB.
Glo launch“Free Data Day”which rewards subscribers with free data to access the internet for a whole day and“Glo Welcome Back”which gifts customers who have not used the Glo Network in 30 days with free N6,000 airtime.
For the“Free Data Day”, you’ll only enjoy free 200MB data for a whole day when you meet the voice and/or data usage threshold within seven days preceding the Free Data Day to qualify.
How Can I Get The Free Data Day?
To enjoy the Free Data Day, subscribers are required to spend N250 or more on calls in the preceding 7 days to a free data day or spend at least N150 on calls and use a minimum of 100MB of data in the preceding 7 days to the free data day from any or a combination of methods such as Pay as you use, purchase of data plan and usage from existing data plan.
You’ll then be notified once you qualify.

Monday, July 24, 2017

How to add sitemap widget to a blogger blog




Sitemap is the most essential thing which every blogger should add in his/her blog. Its not just a page but helps a lot to reduce bounce rate immediately by providing direct navigation to label specific post. The sitemap widget we're going to add today shows a list of articles on the latest published order under each categories, This widget is based on ajax so it will load blazing fast and will not affect the performance of your blog. Lets move further and see How to Add Sitemap Widget In Blogspot Blogs. You can check a live preview of the Author Box widget by clicking the button below.

Let's Start Step-1 ( Adding CSS

Before Editing we recommend you to make a backup of your template, so that anything goes wrong you still have your blog design safe.
The First thing you need to do is to login into your Blogger account and go to >> Templates >> Edit HTML and search for the ending ]]></b:skin> tag and just above it paste the following code.

/* ######## Navigation Menu Css by infocity.c ######################### */
.mapasite {
    margin-bottom: 10px;
    background-color: #F8F8F8
}
.mapasite.active .mapa {
    display: block
}
.mapasite .mapa {
    display: none
}
.mapasite h2 {
    background-color: #EEE;
    color: $(primary.color);
    font-size: 15px;
    padding: 10px 20px;
    border-radius: 2px;
    margin-bottom: 0;
    cursor: pointer;
    font-weight: 700
}
.mapasite h2 .botao {
    font-size: 18px;
    line-height: 1.2em
}
.botao .fa-minus-circle {
    color: #f30
}
.mapapost {
    overflow: hidden;
    margin-bottom: 20px;
    height: 70px;
    background-color: #FFF
}
.mapa {
    padding: 40px
}
.map-thumb {
    background-color: #F0F0F0;
    padding: 10px;
    display: block;
    width: 65px;
    height: 50px;
    float: left
}
.map-img {
    width: 65px;
    height: 50px;
    overflow: hidden;
    border-radius: 2px
}
.map-thumb a {
    width: 100%;
    height: 100%;
    display: block;
    transition: all .3s ease-out!important;
    -webkit-transition: all .3s ease-out!important;
    -moz-transition: all .3s ease-out!important;
    -o-transition: all .3s ease-out!important
}
.map-thumb a:hover {
    -webkit-transform: scale(1.1) rotate(-1.5deg)!important;
    -moz-transform: scale(1.1) rotate(-1.5deg)!important;
    transform: scale(1.1) rotate(-1.5deg)!important;
    transition: all .3s ease-out!important;
    -webkit-transition: all .3s ease-out!important;
    -moz-transition: all .3s ease-out!important;
    -o-transition: all .3s ease-out!important
}
.mapapost .wrp-titulo {
    padding-top: 10px;
    font-weight: 700;
    font-size: 14px;
    line-height: 1.3em;
    padding-left: 25px;
    padding-right: 10px;
    display: block;
    overflow: hidden;
    margin-bottom: 5px
}
.mapapost .wrp-titulo a {
    
}
.mapapost .wrp-titulo a:hover {
    color: #f30;
    text-decoration: underline
}
.map-meta {
    display: block;
    float: left;
    overflow: hidden;
    padding-left: 25px;
}
.mapasite h2 .botao {
    float: right
}

Step-2 ( Adding HTML Script

Now this is the most essential part of the tutorial and you have to do it very carefully. In the template, search for the </body> tag  and just above it paste the following HTML Coding.

 <script type='text/javascript'> 
            //<![CDATA[
var text_month = [, "Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun", "Jul", "Aug", "Sept", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec"];
var no_image_url = "http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-eAeO-DYJDws/Vkqtj4HFBFI/AAAAAAAAB0o/Q5OLsyONXM0/s1600-r/nth.png";

           var static_page_text = $.trim($('.static_page .post-body').text());
if (static_page_text === "[sitemap]") {
    var postbody = $('.static_page .post-body');
    $.ajax({
        url: "/feeds/posts/default?alt=json-in-script",
        type: 'get',
        dataType: "jsonp",
        success: function(dataZ) {
            var blogLabels = [];
            for (var t = 0; t < dataZ.feed.category.length; t++) {
                blogLabels.push(dataZ.feed.category[t].term)
            }
            var blogLabels = blogLabels.join('/');
            postbody.html('<div class="siteLabel"></div>');
            $('.static_page .post-body .siteLabel').text(blogLabels);
            var splabel = $(".siteLabel").text().split("/");
            var splabels = "";
            for (get = 0; get < splabel.length; ++get) {
                splabels += "<span>" + splabel[get] + "</span>"
            }
            $(".siteLabel").html(splabels);
            $('.siteLabel span').each(function() {
                var mapLabel = $(this);
                var mapLabel_text = $(this).text();
                $.ajax({
                    url: "/feeds/posts/default/-/" + mapLabel_text + "?alt=json-in-script",
                    type: 'get',
                    dataType: "jsonp",
                    success: function(data) {
                        var posturl = "";
                        var htmlcode = '<div class="mapa">';
                        for (var i = 0; i < data.feed.entry.length; i++) {
                            for (var j = 0; j < data.feed.entry[i].link.length; j++) {
                                if (data.feed.entry[i].link[j].rel == "alternate") {
                                    posturl = data.feed.entry[i].link[j].href;
                                    break
                                }
                            }
                            var posttitle = data.feed.entry[i].title.$t;
                            var author = data.feed.entry[i].author[0].name.$t;
                            var get_date = data.feed.entry[i].published.$t,
                                year = get_date.substring(0, 4),
                                month = get_date.substring(5, 7),
                                day = get_date.substring(8, 10),
                                date = text_month[parseInt(month, 10)] + ' ' + day + ', ' + year;
                            var tag = data.feed.entry[i].category[0].term;
                            var content = data.feed.entry[i].content.$t;
                            var $content = $('<div>').html(content);
                            var src2 = data.feed.entry[i].media$thumbnail.url;
                            htmlcode += '<div class="mapapost"><div class="map-thumb"><div class="map-img"><a href="' + posturl + '" style="background:url(' + src2 + ') no-repeat center center;background-size: cover"/></div></div><h3 class="wrp-titulo"><a href="' + posturl + '">' + posttitle + '</a></h3><div class="map-meta"><span class="p-author">' + author + '</span><span class="p-date">' + date + '</span></div></div>'
                        }
                        htmlcode += '</div>';
                        mapLabel.replaceWith('<div class="mapasite"><h2>' + mapLabel_text + '<span class="botao"><i class="fa fa-plus-circle"></i></span></h2>' + htmlcode + '</div>');
                        $(document).on('click', '.mapasite h2', function() {
                            $(this).parent('.mapasite').addClass('active');
                            $(this).find('.botao .fa').removeClass('fa-plus-circle').addClass('fa-minus-circle');
                        });
                        $(document).on('click', '.mapasite.active h2', function() {
                            $(this).parent('.mapasite').removeClass('active');
                            $(this).find('.botao .fa').addClass('fa-plus-circle').removeClass('fa-minus-circle');
                        });
                    }
                });
            });
        }
    });
}
            //]]>
</script>

Now Save your template and go to pages to add sitemap.

Note :- the widget works on jquery so you have to install jquery plugin if you haven't installed it yet..

Step-3 ( Adding Sitemap In Pages ) - Most Important !!

Now this is the most essential part of the tutorial and you have to do it very carefully.Go to your blogger dashboard > Pages > Add New Page.
On the new page content after adding the page title and hiding the comments using options, add the following code in the page content area.
[sitemap]


Now click publish button and check the published page to see the newly added sitemap widget. ;)

Conclusion

Congrats !! You have made it. now you have learned that How to Add Sitemap Widget In Blogspot Blogs. Visit your blog and check the awesome widget live in action, hope you liked this tutorial, if you enjoyed then please share it with your friends, we are working hard to develop more such awesome widgets please stay tuned with Us. Thank you
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if you get any question kindly make use of the comment box 

Sunday, July 23, 2017

How To Activate Cliq4dnite Plan On Etisalat(9mobile) Sim

Hey Guys!I Hope You've Heard about Etisalat(9mobile) Cliq4DNite free MB offer. The offer has been on for since the first day of the weekdays and Etisalat (9mobile)is restructuring their Network in order to bring more subscribers So the Network has come up with Brand New offer To Their Customers.

This offer "Cliq4DNite" is a bonus giveaway offer to their Active Customers on the Etisalat (9mobile) Network who are on the EasyCliq tariff plan. The Cliq4DNite bonus offer Can Be activated by Recharging your Line with #100 or #200.

Cliq4DNite Offer can be giving freely without Recharging if you're an Active Subscriber on the Network.

A Text message inform of notification will be sent to you about the free Etisalat awoof bonus of 1000 megabytes if your qualified you will be given, although some sims are given Below 1000 megabytes Which last for complete 7 days.

Also read:  How to use etisalat easy status to advertise your business

How to Check Cliq4DNite Free Megabytes

To check your bonus offer which will last for 7days and Can be use between 12am to 5am every day, Dial *228#.

Note: if you're Not Given free megabytes on your Sim,you Can Dial*244*1# to join Easycliq before Recharging to get your free megabytes. Or You Can Also Dial *819*1# To Opt-in..

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

10 steps on how to achieve your carrier success

Career success is what every working class strive for. There is no doubt that every working class citizens will want to reach the peak of his or her career. To me, there is this sense of fulfilment in achieving a career success.
When it comes to achieving a career success, a number of factors comes into play. Therefore, if anyone desires to achieve a career success, let such a person pay attention to the following tips. 
1. Choose a Career Based on Your Passion
The easiest way to achieve a successful career is to love what you do. And the simplest way to love what you do is to choose what you love. Everybody has passion for one thing or the other. When you choose your career in line with your passion, there is high tendency that you will alway do your job with joy and gladness. The joy that you derive in doing your job will definitely create performance efficiency thereby leading to productivity.
2. Improve Yourself Continuously 
Education and learning is a great asset that anyone can tap into. There is no doubt that knowledge is power. Those who constantly increase their learning curve remain in command of affairs. To remain indispensable in your work place, you will need to continuously expand your knowledge base. Activities such as training, research and development are highly needed in career success. You will need to attend seminars and workshops that relates to your field to edge your counterparts in the office. 
3. Appreciate Your Colleagues
One of the way to achieve a favourable image at work is to appreciate everyone in your office. You need to give everybody in your office, starting from your superiors to even the gateman due respect and appreciation. This will help you to have a favourable credibility among your colleagues. The essence is to get good appraisal when the need may arise. Also, there is need to offer gratitude to anyone that is of help to you in any way.
4. See Solution in Every Challenge
The work place is full of challenges and there is pressure from all corners. A person who wants to be successful in his or her career should endeavour to always see solution in every challenges her or she faces at work. There are people who easily detect challenges more than solutions. That kind of mentality is not success oriented. A success minded person focuses more on the opportunities that can be created from every challenge. Your boss in the office will likely recommend a solution minded employee for any opportunity than a problem minded one.
5. Avoid Office Distractions
There are a lot of distractions in the place of work. Sometimes such distractions look so tempting. Did you know that office gossip is a big distraction? Most times employees waste their precious time at work gossiping on one issue or the other. This kind of attitude should not be patronize by someone who wants to go far in his or her career. The time employees spent on gossip should be channelled into a more meaningful activity. 
6. Do not Be Afraid to Ask Questions
Sometimes people fail to understand new methods or policies that were introduced in their place of work. It is important to ask for clarifications anytime you don't understand anything in your place of work. Don't pretend to know, though it may feel shameful to ask at times. Understanding your company or industry direction very well will help every employee to key in to such direction.  It is therefore very important to seek clarifications on any issue that is not clear to you.
7. Be a Good Listener 
Listening is a vital skill for self development. Everyone that listens more than he or she speaks constantly adds value to him or herself. It is very important to listen more to your colleagues in your office. By listening, we learn from other people; thereby adding to our learning curve. To grow in your career, talk less and listen more.
8. Sorround Yourself With Positive People
The clique of people you move with will determined your direction in life. When you surround yourself with positive individuals, you will likely have positive mindset. But if negative people form the majority of your friends, negative thoughts will continue to rule your mind. By associating yourself with individuals who believe that they can handle all things, you yourself will be forced to think in the same direction. 
9. Be a Team Player
Nothing great can be achieved alone. Team work is an integral part of today's corporate world. Anybody that wishes to achieve career success must learn how to work with other people. Employers are always looking for this quality anytime they are hiring. The ability to be a team player shows a good level of interpersonal relationship skill. You must therefore learn how to work with people.
10. Measure Your Career Success Regulary
How do you define career success? Could it be the size of your paycheck or your working conditions? Is it associated with the feeling you get when you know you have done a great job on a project or the one you get when you know you have helped someone? Probably you feel successful after putting in a day at work and coming home at a reasonable hour to spend time with your family. Since everyone measures success differently, only you can determine what career success means to you. Your satisfaction with your career is strongly linked to how successfully you feel you have met your own, and not anyone else's, definition of it. 
                     2. Get promoted by printing like the boss                             

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Get promoted by thinking like the boss

Do you have a career development plan? Is it written down? You see, within our business experience, people mention close to this much a lot more than they certainly do it. Somehow it just gets lost within the shuffle. We hear it constantly. 'I have too much taking place soon - I'll start that next week'. 'Maybe I will hang on until I see exactly what the company business plan looks like'. 'There is definitely silly to wanting to manage my career prefer that - I'll just keep doing my job the top I can and keep that as my focus'.

I use the definition of "new" because these past two weeks given me a chance to think about what I want from my future, professionally and personally. Don't worry, perform to turn into a commitment to save the globe or turn to an online island and teach basket weaving. Instead, I hope to shed some light for the always fulfilling, yet sometimes arduous, task of goal setting techniques. Done correctly, goals remind us why we do what we do, offer validation for what we've done and offer hope that assists us reach our destination.

Take a close look your current benefits. Are you maxing your 401k? If not, get it done. How about the medical plan? If you have elective surgery planned, the time has come to find the knee fixed. Have a dental plan? Get to the dentist. Have tuition reimbursement? Build up your career related skills. Is there a valuable seminar or workshop you should be attending? Get it on the schedule.

Many individuals approach their utilize a "need-the-job-to-pay-my-bills" attitude -- not really a winner's strategy. Adhering to employer-laborer dynamics, reminiscent of the nineteenth century, provides little or no motivation towards the workforce. Work gets a forced endeavor with such a mindset and there is no intend to make an improvement as well as to go the extra mile. The byproducts of this approach are minimal professional growth along with a insufficient satisfaction.                                  
Set up a meeting using your new boss. You will want to hear your boss inform you again about your job. You want to know: the responsibilities, the performance expectations standards (like indicators that may help you determine what you're shooting for) who most of your contact points are and why events, like status report output deadlines and department meetings Your new boss might not exactly show you these thing, as that may be delegated to other people as part of your training, but you need to find out these details soon and often til you have it memorized.