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I initially wanted to start a blog on marketing and advertising. But I just can’t write good posts on the topic. Here are my simple posts that evaluate good and bad things happening.

You've heard of InnJoo products. I have written on quite a few of these devices here.   InnJoo is a company based in Dubai. They describe themselves as a ...technical startup born with internet DNA ...one of the fastest-growing company... providing smart devices...
First of all this is not a sponsored post but hey why not do it? Yesterday I discovered there's a way I can enjoy 500MBs for only 20 bob! I would have just tweeted or shared it on my...
I didn't watch #theTrend last night so if I write something wrong correct me politely. You've probably seen the trending topic #GTeLKenyaLaunch on Twitter and are wondering. What exactly is GTeL? Is it a mobile phone company? Or is it...
I don't usually do this kind of announcement posts. Unless it is something I am really excited about. And yes you probably already know it (or not) but Netflix just launched in Kenya and a many other countries including Nigeria...
Airtel. Again. I have no hate for this Telco. All my stuff currently depends on Airtel. Meaning I use Airtel for everything. From Internet to... wait. I only need my phone for the internet. Nothing else. WhatsApp (messages plus...
A couple of Smartphone companies have been launching in Kenya in the past few months. And more are on the way. Even Xiaomi is still promising to be launching soon. I say still as they've been saying "Soon" for...
Safaricom plans on launching SafMall, a platform like Jumia
Facts on online shopping in Kenya from an eCommerce entrepreneur.
The second and third biggest mobile network providers are out to get more customers. They always are by the way, but the new offensives may be worth noting. Like the 500MB for Ksh. 20. That is quite something. But...
You've probably heard of Airtel's new Net Bundles. If you haven't yet, pole. Okay, Airtel have some new exciting offers. It is a war. And in a war, always aim at your enemies weakest points. Safaricom are the monopoly...
Safaricom's latest ad on M-Pesa is nothing short of perfect. It captures the reality of life in Kenya. This country truly runs on M-Pesa. And I'm not saying M-Pesa to mean mobile money in general. I'm talking of M-Pesa...
Why Telkom Kenya is on the right track
StarTimes Kenya Ending Subscription before Expiry
Gone are the days where one had to cram the Maasai market schedule in order to access locally made merchandise!