Branding Techniques for University Students
May31

Branding Techniques for University Students

By: Professor William Jackson “By the time the fool has learned the game, the players have dispersed.” Ashanti proverb Competition is tough, the fields of study in higher education need to be mapped out because competition is not only local it is national and international. African students continue to face a serious dilemma in their approach to relevant and stable career choices, but as the tech infrastructure grows so do...

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African SWAG and Branding and Marketing
May12

African SWAG and Branding and Marketing

By: Professor William Jackson Donald Kaberuka on the case of investments in Africa via Africa.com “Africa has unique opportunities that must be unique to attract investments.” https://soundcloud.com/africacom/topics-in-the-news-discussed “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” William Butler Yeats Students attending African higher education schools should be  engaged in educational and leadership...

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Dear African Student; Do Not Wait To Market Yourself
Mar22

Dear African Student; Do Not Wait To Market Yourself

By: William Jackson African students in the 21st century cannot wait to market themselves in a world of global commerce, digital Branding, intellectual sharing and the vast Social Media sites that are building to get the word out there about the talents, abilities and skills that students possess. Students still struggle and have faced more challenges in the past years as institutions struggle to remain relevant, real and respiratory....

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Blogging Is DOPE: WordPress #WordCamp Review
Nov23

Blogging Is DOPE: WordPress #WordCamp Review

By: William Jackson Attending any #WordCamp is valuable and influences the ability to create content that is engaging and  empowering. WordCamp is associated with writing, blogging and web development platforms which are used globally. The spread of digital content influences the thinking and actions of viewers and readers. The simplicity of WordPress allows even youth, teens and young adults to develop dynamic sites and potential...

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The Humanity of Fatherhood
Oct25

The Humanity of Fatherhood

By: William Jackson Chinua Achebe, “We cannot trample upon the humanity of others without devaluing our own.” The Igbo, always practical, put it concretely in their proverb: Onye ji onye n’ani ji onwe ya: “He who will hold another down in the mud must stay in the mud to keep him down.” The Education of a British-Protected Child: Essays “Fathers, it is time to lift our children, our families, our culture, our communities...

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