How to update Your Konga App Before it Stops Functioning

Konga has announced to all its Mobile App users to update the existing version of their Konga Mobile App if they are yet to because the previous version will be disabled by the 6th of November 2015.


The Konga Mobile App is a great way to get the best out of your Konga shopping experience. You’ll enjoy benefits like 5% off your orders by paying with KongaPay, airtime purchase, faster processing, ease of use, less data consumption, weekly pushes of unbelievable deals exclusive to app users and of course the forth coming Happy Appy sales exclusive to the recent version app users only taking place from the 9th to the 13th of November 2015.

To update your Konga Mobile App, for Android, iOS and BlackBerry visit your respective app stores, search out the Konga App by typing “Konga” then click update! If you do not see an update button, it means your app is already updated.

(Konga Promo) Flashback to Yakata 2014 in View of Yakata 2015

In anticipation of the biggest online sale in Nigeria, Yakata 2015 here is a flashback to th facts and figures of Yakata 2014. The 2014 Yakata Sales promo offered up to 70 per cent savings on select items across categories. Some of the hottest deals available on the site during the period included the Haier Thermocool 3KVA remote control generator which sold at about N49,000 at a discount of almost 60 percent; and the Lenovo A3300 tablet which sold at N17,000 instead of N28,000.


During Yakata 2014, recorded sales of more than N600 million while delivering revenue in excess of N200 million for its merchants daily. It was processing sales in excess of N50 million per hour during the peak periods of the two days of the sales promo. The 2014 Yakata Sales registered a record-breaking 1,440 per cent year on year increase in online revenue over its 2013 edition. Also Konga sold 500 per cent more items in the two days of Yakata sales than it did in all of 2012.

These figures however are just a tip of the iceberg of the anticipated Yakata 2015.With the rapid growth of e-commerce in Nigeria in the past year, the 2015 edition Yakata will certainly going to be mind-blowing with unbelievable discounts across fully stocked categories.

Watch the 2015 Yakata Karaoke sing-along video

Konga now Offers Same Day Delivery for all Your Groceries

Making your favourite soups and local dishes just got easier! Konga now offers same day delivery for all your groceries and ingredients needed to make your local delicacies. All you have to do is visit and fill your cart with all you need to prepare that special meal.


Shop from a wide range of frozen foods and whether it’s smoked goat meat, shredded beef, beef kidney, chicken wings, chicken fillet, shrimps, peeled prawns, goat meat, dried fish and all the animal protein you could possibly need. That’s not all; you can also shop bundles for different soups and meals like the banga soup bundle, fried rice bundle, egusi soup bundle, jollof rice bundle, Bitter leaf soup bundle, efo riro bundle, oha soup bundle, edikaikong bundle, nsala soup bundle and so much more!

We are not done yet. You can also buy your cereal, beverages, milk, seasoning and much more. This takes away 50% of the kitchen stress! Make cooking easier and less stressful. Click here to buy fresh foods and have them delivered to you same day. Convenience is found on Konga!

How to schedule posts on Facebook

Many people have been looking for a way to schedule their posts on Facebook but the Good news that Facebook actually made it possible for you to schedule posts on Facebook following these simple steps provided by Facebook.


How to schedule posts on Facebook

You can prepare a post and schedule it to be published on your Page at a different date. Scheduled posts need to be published between 10 minutes and 6 months from when you create them.

To schedule a post:

  1. Start creating your post at the top of your Page’s Timeline
  2. Click next to Publish
  3. Select Schedule Post
  4. Choose the date and time you want the post to be published
  5. Click Schedule

To backdate a post:

  1. Start creating your post at the top of your Page’s Timeline
  2. Click next to Publish
  3. Select Backdate Post
  4. Choose the date and time in the past that you want the post to be published
  5. Click Backdate

When you backdate a post, the post will be published immediately and appear in the past on your Page’s Timeline. You can also choose to hide the post from News Feed.

All times correspond to the current time zone you’re in. Learn how to see and edit scheduled posts.

Note: You can’t schedule a post from your personal Timeline.

Google to disable their Pagespeed service soon

Just got message from google stating that they will soon disable their pagespeed service soon and warned everybody that used or still using google pagespeed service to remove and reconfigure their website DNS to make sure their site will continue to work properly.

See the mail from Google:

On July 28, 2011 we announced PageSpeed Service, an online service to automatically speed up web pages. In the last 4½ years, PSS has delivered millions of pages for thousands of sites, all for free. While a number of sites continue to enjoy the benefits of PageSpeed Service, we see much broader adoption of PageSpeed technology through our open-source products and have therefore decided to focus our efforts on improving those.

Today we are announcing that PageSpeed Service will be turned off
on 3rd August 2015
. Users must change their DNS to point away from
the service by this time, or their sites will cease to function.
We have created a migration page that includes assistance for
changing DNS as well as information on other ways PageSpeed technology
can be employed on websites. Please see

At the same time we are also announcing the deprecation of PageSpeed integration with Google App Engine. If you are using PageSpeed integration on Google App Engine, it will continue to function until 1st December
2015, after which PageSpeed optimizations will no-longer be applied to your app. No action is required on the part of App Engine users;
after this date apps will continue to operate, except without the benefit of the PageSpeed optimisations. Users that wish to pre-emptively disable PageSpeed can follow the instructions at

The open source PageSpeed server modules mod_pagespeed and ngx_pagespeed and the PageSpeed Optimization Libraries are unaffected by this announcement and development on these will continue.

The PageSpeed team.


Now you have seen the announcement from google and its time to reconfigure your DNS to point to your own server and failure to do that will result errors.


Facebook rolls out video calls on Messenger in Nigeria, Norway, Oman, US & others

Facebook on Monday began rolling out video calling on its Messenger mobile application, enabling face-to-face conversations among users of the app around the world.

With the new feature, users can add video to calls to another person with the same application.

“You can quickly start a video call from any conversation with just one tap,” Facebook said in a statement.

“If you’re messaging with someone and realize that words just aren’t enough, you can simply choose the video icon in the top right corner of the screen and start a video call right from within an existing Messenger conversation.”

Similar services are offered by Microsoft’s Skype, Google Hangouts and Apple’s FaceTime.

Facebook last year broke off Messenger from the main Facebook application for mobile users, creating a separate platform which now has some 600 million users.

The world’s biggest social network also opened up Messenger to outside developers as part of its strategy to create a “family” of apps that also includes Instagram and WhatsApp.

Free calling has been available for two years to users of Messenger, although people may be required to pay for data used during the connections.

“Video calling will expand Messenger’s real-time communication features, enabling the more than 600 million people who use Messenger every month to reach others wherever they are, from anywhere,” the statement said. “It’s fast, reliable and high quality.”

Video calling in Messenger is launching for people using Apple or and Android devices in Belgium, Britain, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Laos, Lithuania, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, the US and Uruguay and will hit more countries over the coming months.

Facebook has offered few hints on how it will monetize Messenger, but recently unveiled a system of peer-to-peer payments which could be adapted as an e-commerce platform.

Another Messenger allowed users to communicate with online merchants, essentially turning formerly impersonal Internet shopping into ongoing text message conversations.

Hostgator New Paid Search Policy changes

If you are promoting hostgator then this information is for you as hostgator decided to make some changes to their affiliate Paid Search Policy as stated below:

Big news, affiliates. We’re updating our Affiliate Terms of Service, and specifically section six, the Paid Search Policy. These new changes will go into effect Monday April 27th, and all affiliates will be required to update their campaigns by Thursday, April 30th.


Here is a summary of the major changes:

  • All affiliates are now prohibited from bidding or showing up on any terms that include HostGator trademarks, any variations and/or mispellings thereof, without prior written approval from HostGator.
  • Bidding on previously sanctioned terms such as [ hostgator coupons ], [ hostgator promotions ], or [ hostgator promos ] will no longer be allowed.

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