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The age-old question of the internet really comes down to this: Should you become a blogger or a podcaster?
While both have their merits, there is really only one answer if you are looking to get the most out of your content, and that answer is to do both.
You’re mixing timeless structure with new platforms of communication when you participate in both, and they can work together to generate more page views on your website. Doing both is a mixture of timeless content written and adaptation of technology through video.
I fired him! Yeah!
Well, that guy was not really my boss. However, he took a greater portion of my offline time. We all called him BOSS.
He didn’t fully employ me though! I simply had a software maintenance contract with his company. It turned out to be more work than foresaw. A few things transpired and I decided to send a termination note.
One of the issues computer users face is to move files and applications from one PC to the other or from one storage unit to another on the same PC.
It may not really be a problem moving smaller files. But when it comes to transferring huge files from one logical location to another, it becomes a real problem.
What about moving an app you’ve installed on one PC to another?
A hard nut isn’t it?
Though Paypal is fractured in Cameroon, Payoneer is here to resolve the issue of receiving funds from online business. I have this post on Paypal Cameroon so you may want to check it out.
Have you tried out Payoneer Payment Gateway for online payments as a company or solopreneur?
If you are blogger or Internet Marketer not living in areas covered by Paypal, you certainly have gone through some pains receiving money from individual clients, companies or affiliate marketing platforms.
In my personal experience, living in a country where Paypal is not an option, it has always been with tough times and frustration seeing my affiliate earnings in my ClickBank or CJ account and not knowing how to cash out.
I have read many misleading articles about Paypal Cameroon. But I think I have the obligation to to clear things up, plus help you with steps to create and activate your Paypal Account for Cameroon.
Before the end of this post, there is a FAQ section where I answer many questions related to creating and owning a verified Paypal Account being in third-word country. Be sure to read through.
Paypal finally arrived Cameroon, Nigeria and some other African Countries, excluding Ghana. Though this first phase looks like half-baked cake, it is still useful to Cameroonians who want to do online Payments.