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WHAT IS COPYWRITING? (WITH WURAOLA ADEMOLA)

Our Spotlight is on Wuraola Ademola. She is a copywriter with four years of experience. Her instagram page, @thecopywritingchick, has impacted the lives of both newbie and pro copywriters.WHAT IS COPYWRITING? (WITH WURAOLA ADEMOLA).Also a content strategist and Editor, Wuraola, whose works have been featured in multiple online blogs, shares her copywriting story in this […]

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What’s It Like To Be Shortlisted In A Writing Contest?

What’s It Like To Be Shortlisted In A Writing Contest? Writing competitions are a block every writer comes across in their journey. While some see it as a way to build their craft, others have a dislike for it. For instance, a writer once mentioned that he didn’t like contests because of bias. Another said […]

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Is Book Blogging Lucrative? ( with Yinka Odufote)

Yinka Odufote is a content writer, bookblogger and law student. She is also our guest in today’s Time Out with TLM. During the lockdown, Yinka started a book blog and built her audience gradually. According to her, the blog is a source of excitement and she may consider doing it full-time soon. What is Book […]

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Booktubing and Reading In Nigeria (with Rachel Eyo)

The first thought that came to mind when I saw your YouTube channel was, “Wow. She talks about books in Nigeria”. HOW HAS THAT BEEN FOR YOU? Being a Booktuber in Nigeria has been challenging. Uhm, because it’s not a niche that is very popular. A lot of people read but not a lot talk […]

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Tell.Africa: A fuse of storytelling and technology (with Toheeb Ojuolape)

TOHEEB OJUOLAPE TALKS ABOUT TELL.AFRICA GOALS.

By Oluwanisola Eludoyin Toheeb Ojuolape talks about Tell.Africa goals on TIME OUT with TLM. He is the founder of a popular community for creatives, Tell! Although Tell! Started in 2017 as a community for creatives to share stories and ideas and receive useful feedback, it has branched out. From changing the address, Tell.com.ng, to tell.africa, […]

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