Hafiz Mukhtar Mahmud
Hafiz is a young Muslim blogger and freelance writer, born ‘93 in Bauchi. He loves creativity and has a fondness for smart tech, entrepreneurship, innovation, eco-friendliness, and design. You can scrutinize his selfies on Instagram @reallyhafiz
So far so good, we have survived and still are surviving, grasping on the fringes of the technological advancements of this era. But that is not enough, we can do better than this, because we are talented and skilled and better than we give ourselves credit for.
Seeing the typical Hausa man folding his arms and sitting back, not participating in this digital age is infuriating to say the least
The clothing industry is one of the industries that thrive in the business world, it does well because getting clothed is part of the primary needs of survival, besides feeding and shelter. People will always wear clothes, it is a demand that won’t slow down anytime soon. Along with regular clothes people wear accessories such as caps, wristbands, gele and so on for fashion or to serve a purpose like fastening clothes like the way belts or cufflinks do.
Now everyone’s convinced having an online presence be it on a website or on social media will have a huge impact on your business in a good way, but the conundrum begins when you find out you will need good content to lure customers to buy your stuff or in the least pay attention to it.
Content is what you write, pictures you post, videos you produce or other digital media you publish online
Finally, The Official Young Emirates Site has been launched today Friday, 23th of April 2018. The website features a blog that strives to bring useful and practical ideas for creatives made up of writers, designers, entrepreneurs, photographers and lots of others to help build
Prior to launching my website I was really low on funds, and had to micro-manage my last few bucks if I wanted for it to come to live.
Many people are impressed when they hear the daring exploits of others following their passion to create their dream jobs, making buck load of cash in the process. Well I have to say, lucky for them. Realistically some of your passions cannot be monetized