Introducing Lovehunt.co.ke

I’d like to introduce you to our newest site: www.lovehunt.co.ke. This post will be a very brief introduction to the site and is by no means an announcement of the site’s official launch. Think of it more as an early peek at what we’ve been working on. Technical Details The site is built on Python […]

Kazi Iendelee

I am pleased to announce our newest project: Kenyan Jobs This is the second time we’re getting into the “jobs” niche after our previously failed attempt with Kazi360. As stated severally on this blog, we’re slowly diversifying our company’s revenue streams and Jobs365.co.ke is our newest attempt at doing so. We aspire to build the […]

NationHela?

Today I came across a very interesting new service: NationHela. So what is NationHela? According to them: NationHela is a new, simpler and more convenient international money transfer service that allows you to receive money, from anywhere in the world, straight to your NationHela prepaid Visa card and mobile phone. A prepaid card is one […]

Niche Marketing in Developing Countries

The basic challenges of creating, maintaining, and growing a successful business are the same worldwide. In developing countries, these challenges can be amplified for a variety of reasons, including widespread poverty, lack of infrastructure, and unstable government. The objective is not to overcome these challenges overnight, but to work within them and make them work […]

To Have or Not To Have a Rates Page

Whenever I visit a shop or stall and see something I like, I ask the price. Usually, the vendor will bring the item down, hold it in a better light, and extol its superior virtues. It’s a good sales tactic, but it makes me nervous. The more the seller praises the item, the more I’m […]