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Nigerian women are biggest visitors to PornHub website in 2019 – Report


Popular adult website, PornHub, in a well-documented review of their online traffic reports, has revealed that Nigerian women as constituting their biggest market in 2019.

Newswatch gathered that the pornography site reported a significant increase in African traffic and a significant 32% increase in traffic from Nigeria with more women getting on the site especially through their mobile phones.

This is coming as a surprise considering that Nigeria’s large population are considered religious, and it’s women population fills up the numbers more.

PornHub in its report further revealed that while most of Africa stuck with classic ebony categories, the bulk of Nigerian women who visited their site in 2019 headed straight to Lesbian porn.

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It is not known the course of this increase, but there are suggestions that it could be because most women are not sexually satisfied by their partners and instead of cheat would rather satisfy themselves on their mobile phones.

This suggests that more Africans are getting into adult sites in defiance to their cultural/ religious /moral biases which many have considered to have held them back for a long time with limited pleasure.

Meanwhile, the report shows a marked increase in online traffic from Africa and Nigeria specifically, reports show the Nigerian market keeps on growing and it doesn’t show signs of letting up

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In 2019 there were over 42 Billion visits to Pornhub, which means there was an average of 115 million visits per day. One-Hundred-Fifteen Million – that’s the equivalent of the populations of Canada, Australia, Poland and the Netherlands all visiting in one day!

This year must have been an adventurous one because there were over 39 billion searches performed, which is 8.7 billion more searches than last year. Celebrities, trending terms, and characters – if you can think it, it’s probably been searched for.

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In 2019 there was a record amount of video uploads, over 6.83 million new videos were uploaded to Pornhub. To put this in perspective – if you strung all of 2019’s new video content together and started watching them way back in 1850, you’d still be watching them today!

Their findings also showed that holidays such as Christmas, Easter and especially New Year’s Eve was when they recorded their lowest turnouts as most clients were caught up in family engagements with Mondays being the worst day for business because of …..yes you guessed right; work.


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Ten tips to doing great business in Nigeria BY Michael Dehoyos



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For every entrepreneur looking to start a business, they have to have goals and values to live by; and starting a business in places like Nigeria is no exception. No matter what services your business provides, or what products you want to sell, business success should be your main goal.

We’ll explore ten tips on how to run a successful business in Nigeria and (eventually) anywhere around the world. Just know that it’s imperative to stay true to your vision while achieving many goals in running your business. Here are ten tips on how to do great business in Nigeria.

1. Be Passionate

“How passionate are you about your business?”

Think about it: Passion is what drives the business, since you’re putting your heart and soul into it. And, it gives you the mental and physical strength to deal with setbacks. Although others might not see it, passion is what gets you to work every day.

2. Be Ready To Pay A Big Price

Be willing to get your hands dirty, when you start a business. Being an entrepreneur is about taking risks, and paying heavy prices for the sake of running a business. Sure, it might take months, or even years, to have your dream realized, but fighting hard and working hard will get you to your goal soon enough.

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3. Embrace quality service/product

Putting your best foot forward is one step towards the right direction. Making a good impression by offering good-quality services or products will set you apart from your competitors, and can help you turn leads into customers.

4. Have Good Time Management

As an entrepreneur, you’re also a manager who has to work long hours to keep business running smoothly. However, it’s still important to take time off, when you need to.

When you manage your time wisely, you won’t feel heavy burnout from the work that you’re putting into every week.

5. Treat Demand As Your Motivation

Ask yourself this: What do people want right now?

Don’t think about your opinions or feelings – think about who your customers are. Do they need something? Do they want something better? Can your product or service solve their problem(s)?

That means that there has to be a demand for what you got to sell. Again, think of the customer, not yourself.

6. Have Protection

Business creditors and other forms of business departments can come after you and your business, if anything goes wrong, which can be a huge racket on your part.

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First, determine what type of business structure you have (sole proprietorship, a partnership or corporation). Then, get insurance that suits your business needs to reduce business liability.

7. Embrace Criticism

Not everyone will like you or your business, and that’s okay. If someone points out something critical, then embrace that person’s concern. However, when that concern turns into mockery, ignore it.

Although you should ignore the naysayers, always listen to constructive feedback, because they are your allies, not bullies. And above all, believe in yourself. Even though you’ve sacrificed everything in your life to get to this point, it might be worth it. As long as you keep a calm demeanor and work hard, people will eventually see that you’ve succeeded.

8. Embrace Competition

Every business will have its competition. Now, it’s time for you to get competitive yourself. Don’t let your enemies push you aside; show them that you mean business, and that you’re not afraid of any challenges that might come up.

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9. Have Financial Records

Financial records help you understand where your business is at, money- and budget-wise. Make a note of how much money you’re spending, and what assets need attention. Plus, when investors (including banks) come your way, and they see your financial records, they’ll have a better understanding on what they’re investing in.

10. Keep Learning

Never stop learning. Running a business is always about learning. You need all the knowledge you can get, in order to outsmart your competitors, resolve foreseeable (and even predict unforeseeable) problems, and make any necessary changes to ensure that your business continues to run smoothly. Either way, knowledge is power.


No matter what type of business you have, there’s no limit to knowledge. And, as you read through these ten tips, please understand that this is not to scare you from running a business the way you want to; it’s to help you better run your business, and eventually lead you to being a success.

AUTHOR: Michael Dehoyos is a writer and editor at Write my coursework, and he guest-contributes to numerous sites and publications. As a content marketer, he assists companies improve their marketing strategy concepts.


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Our humanity is under attack



George Floyd

On Monday, 25th May, based on unconfirmed fears that a black man, George Floyd, was issuing a potentially counterfeit bill at  Minnesota shop, its owners, called on cops to help apprehend him.

Moments later, as cameras will reveal, George can be seen pleading with the officers, attempting to negotiate the obvious mistaken situation.

Soon afterwards, he is rendered almost motionless as one of the officers kneels on his neck.

He can be heard and seen struggling for breath, as onlookers plead with the officer to release him.

“I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe,” Floyd repeats as the officer ignores his cries, and goes on kneeling on a harmless, unharmed, obedient man’s neck, for at least 7 minutes – in a flagrant, obvious, cruel show of racism. An undisguised evil act. When the officer eventually releases the knee-hold, Floyd is unresponsive and limp.

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He is taken to a hospital where he is pronounced dead.

Evil used to sneak around, too scared to walk in the light. It used to creep up on unsuspecting women having a fresh, nice time in a garden. It used to hide in the shadows, silently whispering its destructive ideas into the unsuspecting ears of the listener.

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Not anymore. Nowadays, it walks with shoulders held high, clothes ironed crisply, confidence bolstered by how many times in the past it’s had its way; how many times it’s gotten away with the mindlessness of its perpetrators and all who do its bidding.

Our humanity is under attack. From self-assumed “superiors” who brandish nothing more than a skin treated to a fairer shade because of genetic, migration and anthropological effects spread out over a period of time. We treat each other worse than animals.

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The uproar that Floyd’s death has generated in the US is incensed by the fact that this isn’t a first, and will certainly not be the last. Just across the continental divide, news of whole towns and villages being sacked, people being massacred in Nigeria has filled the airways, dominated the news all week.

“I can’t breathe. I’m about to die.”

How ironical the similarity this plea bears with our everyday lives.

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