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Monday, 12 March 2012

Copy editing and Author Service got even better in Nigeria

We at Logos Audibles has reviewed our prices in order to serve our clients better. Thank you for staying with us and making us what we have become (the best proactive content editing/ Author services brand in Nigeria)

We now also offer website design service from Google's GNBO package to enable as many Nigerian-clients who do not have any web presence to get their businesses online with class. We design a professional looking website at little or no cost.

You can as well go with our in-house whiz kid web-designer for a custom-made interactive, e-commerce website for a little more, just to make sure that by all means you are known even as we celebrate you.

Our FREE advert service on this blog is still open for our clients and associates...you can send us your art work/ content through our email and Follow our blog to be publicised. 

As you are reading this, people from over 53 countries are reading YOU when you advertise with us. Take the opportunity Now!

Please also know that we have also launched our i-PUBLISH service that enables non-skilled writers, busy executives or physically challenged people to go ahead and live their dream of authoring a book or books. With this service all you have to do is to have the ability to speak and communicate with us either in English language, pidgin English or any of the Indigenous Nigerian Languages. 
This service is managed by us in partnership with the IdeaPolice Service and Edufast Concept.

We are commited to making our service even better. Stay tuned for even more surprises in a pack to be unveiled soon.

Our email address is still at logosandaudibles@gmail.com or yahoo.com
One dial phone to call is 07089893159
Follow us on Twitter @LogosAudibles and on Facebook at Logos Audibles
To view our new price list click HERE

 Miss Jenny Chisom

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Are you on Pinterest yet? How it outsmarts facebook!.

Imagine walking into a 14-year old girl's bedroom — what would you see on the walls? Probably pictures torn from magazines, drawings, maybe inspirational quotes. Transform that visual collage into a social media site, and you have Pinterest. The site has taken off since its 2011 launch, with nearly 12 million unique visitors in January, 2012, and its membership has been accelerated by Facebook tie-ins that show your friends' Pinterest activity.
So why all the buzz? How does it work? And is it a contender to Facebook?
The digital equivalent of a 14-year old girl's bedroom is a decent visual metaphor for the site, but Pinterest's effect is much more sophisticated. It's a rich, hyperlinked way to see what others are inspired by and aspire to.
How Pinterest Works
Once you sign up for a Pinterest account, you can "pin" images you see online. You can either input a link into Pinterest manually by copying it, or you can install a browser extension for Pinterest that lets you click a button that's added into in the browser frame to add an image:

Read more and watch the video here pinterest

Miss Jenny Chisom