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Ameyaw Debrah Media receives 4 nominations for the 2020 National Communications Awards

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Ameyaw Debrah media has received four mentions in the just announced nominations for the 2020 National Communications Awards.  Voting starts from 10th September and ends on 5th November, 2020.

To vote for us to win in these categories  dial *920*2020# and  enter our codes under the vote option or visit www.votedigital.net to vote online, with the nominee codes:

Online Media Personality

Ameyaw Debrah – 5847

Blogger of the Year

Ameyaw Debrah – ameyawdebrah.com – 8108

Online TV host of the Year

Zeinatu Erebong Issahaku – Ameyaw TV – 6876

Online TV Station of The Year

Ameyaw TV – 4178

National Communications Awards is a development communications and media awards program powered by RAD Communications and partners, to champion communications, organizational and national development.

This awards scheme celebrates works from these major categories: Television, Radio, Print, Online & Social media, Corporate Communications, Film & Productions, Telecommunications and Media Leadership, with over fifty (50) sub categories.

This year has also seen the introduction of the COVID-19 Reporting Award, aimed at awarding and celebrating Media Houses and Personnel who have been working excellently to champion the fight against covid-19.

NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS AWARDS 2020 AWARD NOMINEES

MEDIA CATEGORY
Media Man of the Decade

  • Kwami Sefa Kayi – Peace Fm – 6059
  • Nathan Kwabena Adisi (Bola Ray) – EiB Network – 8082
  • Israel Laryea – Joy News – 4271
  • Abu Issa Monnie – TV3 – 4941
  • Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana – 4744 Media Woman of the Decade
  • Oheneyere Gifty Anti – The Standpoint – 8680
  • Nana Aba Anamoah – GHONE TV – 6645
  • Stacy Amoateng – Platinum Network – 5970

    Media Man of the Year

  • Andy Dosty – Hitz FM – 2562
  • Bernard Koku Avle – Citi FM– 2725
  • Captain Smart – Adom FM To Angel FM – 4783 Media Woman of the Year
  • Afia Pokuaa – Despite Media – 8035
  • Cynthia Tima Kumkum – Adom TV – 4286
  • Portia Gabor – TV3 – 8985
  • Nana Yaa Brefo – Adom to Angel – 6806
  • Jessica Opare Saforo – Citi FM – 5188
    Ghanaian Communication/Media Personality in the Diaspora
  • Dentaa Amoateng MBE – 2149
  • Akwasi Dayo Sarpong- BBC – 3262
  • Nana Aba Duncan – Media Girlfriends – 6005

    Rising Star – Media

  • Afia Ofosua – Metro TV – 1637
  • Abena Kay Yiadom – Focus FM – 6202
  • Sedinam Rubie – EBN TV – 7791
  • Fauzu Masawudu – HSTV to Pan African TV – 2127
  • Sur Roy – OMYTV – 8826
  • Bismark Opoku (Captain B.O) – 5227
  • Scholastica Phylia Ayedzi – JoyNews TV – 2732
  • Stephen Akortsu Mawumenyo – 3611
  • Valerie Adjei-Mensah – Awake TV – 8738
  • Fritz Delnyo Amegashie – GHOne – 6795
  • Paulina Dedaa Opoku – 6452

    Media Brand of The Year

  • Multimedia Group – 9510
  • Media General – 2631
  • EiB Network – 9318
  • Wontumi Broadcasting Network – 1823
  • Despite Media – 8002
  • Omni Media Limited – 4728
  • Class Media Group – 8827
  • KenCity Media Group – 1165
  • Angel Broadcasting Network – 8778

    RADIO CATEGORY

Radio Personality of the Year

  • Caroline Sampson – YFM to Asaase Radio – 9326
  • Andy Dosty – HITZ FM – 3338
  • Captain Smart – Adom FM to Angel FM – 8382
  • Mensah Nhyira Nana Ama( Silva Lady) – Oman FM – 4661
  • Bernard Koku Avle – Citi Fm – 3890
  • Francis Abban – Starr FM – 8666
  • Kwame Nkrumah Tikesie – Okay Fm – 8092
  • Kojo Yankson – JoyFM – 2684
  • Nana Quasi-Wusu – YFM – 5914
  • Akosua Ago Aboagye – Peace FM – 1042
  • Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana – 2823

Radio Program of the Year

  • Kokrooko – Peace Fm – 8264
  • Dwaso Nsem – Adom Fm – 9324
  • Citi Breakfast Show (CBS) – Citi Fm – 7045
  • Super Morning Show – Joy Fm – 4851
  • Ekwanso Dwoodwo – Okay Fm – 9784
  • 3fm Drive – 3fm – 7624
  • Morning Starr – Starr FM – 3592
  • Asuogyaman fm plus 87.7 Drive Time Show – 5458
  • Mid Day Show – Connect fm – 9915
  • Ofiekwanso – Adom FM – 6062

Radio Show Host of the Year (Male)

  • Francis Abban – Starr Fm – 1572
  • Nana Quasi-Wusu –YFM – 5094
  • Nana Yaw Sarfo- Vision 1 – 9817
  • Giovani Caleb – TV3 – 2835
  • Bismark Opoku (Captain B.O) – Asuogyaman fm plus 87.7 – 3549
  • Elvis Crystal – Asaase Radio – 1711
  • Oheneba Nana Asiedu – Wontumi Radio – 6921
  • Umaru Sanda Amadu – Citi FM – 1563
  • Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana – 8761

Radio Show Host of the Year (Female)

  • Naa Ashorkor – Joy FM to Asaase FM – 1314
  • Afia Pokuaa (VIM Lady) – Peace FM – 5420
  • Akosua Hanson – YFM – 3593
  • AbenaKay Yiadom – FOCUS FM – 9646
  • Miriam Osei Agyemang – 3FM – 2482
  • Mensah Nhyira Nana Ama( Silva Lady) – Oman FM – 6306
  • Cookie Tee – Starr FM – 7619

Radio Newscaster of the Year (English)

  • Dela Michel – Media General – 3488
  • Atiewin Mbillah-Lawson—Starr FM – 7391
  • Nana Akua Aborampah – 3fm – 4249

Radio Newscaster of the Year (Local)

  • Kofi Adoma Nwanwani – Angel Fm – 4244
  • Ama Sarpong Kumankuma Gyasi – Despite Media – 8827
  • Maame Afia Nyarkoaa – Vision 1 Fm – 6027
  • Pomaah Kyekyeku – Kasapa FM – 1081
  • Nana Asare Berimah – Plan B FM – 7087

Radio Show Producer of the Year
• Jackson Osei Ntiamoah – Asempa Fm – 7867

• Gloria Obiyaa – UTV – 7198

Radio Station of the Year

  • Peace FM – 5891
  • CITI FM – 7670
  • Joy FM – 8347
  • Adom FM – 6666
  • Rainbow Radio – 7935
  • Vision 1 FM – 7848
  • Zylofon FM – 7472
  • Oman FM – 6193
  • Starr FM – 1821
  • 3FM – 2719
  • Okay Fm – 6722

    TV CATEGORY
    TV Personality of the Year

    • Serwaa Amihere – GHONE TV – 7685
    • Berla Mundi – TV3 – 2254
    • Roselyn Felli – TV Africa – 8447
    • Emefa Apawu—Joy FM – 1448
    • Alfred Ocansey – TV3 – 4339
    • Jay Foley – Joy Prime – 3825

      TV Program of the Year

    • Hot line – Joy News – 6459
    • Atuu – UTV – 8094
    • Di Asa – Atinka – 7243
    • Real News – UTV – 6858
    • McBrown’s Kitchen – UTV – 1192
    • State of Affairs –GHOne – 6883
    • Date Rush – TV3 – 3161
    • Breakfast Live – TV Africa – 4538
    • Wontumi Morning Show – 7080
    • Youth Empowerment TV – 5859
    • United Showbiz – UTV – 2854

      TV Show Host of the Year (Male)

  • Foster Amponsah Romanus – ETV – 6307
  • Johnnie Beresford Hughes – TV 3 – 1166
  • Oheneba Nana Asiedu – Wontumi TV – 2583
  • Richmond Amofa Sarpong – PAN African TV – 1457
  • Daniel Dadzie – Joy Prime – 9445
  • Akwasi Boadi Akrobeto – UTV – 8423

    TV Show Host of the Year (Female)

  • Berla Mundi – TV3 – 7718
  • Valerie Adjei-Mensah – Awake TV – 3881
  • Gloria Sarfo – Angel TV – 4347
  • Nana Ama McBrown – UTV – 5712
  • Jackie Acquaye – Metro TV to GHOne TV – 2341
  • Emelia Brobbey – Okukuseku Adom TV – 3123
  • Anita Akuffo – TV3 – 7353
  • Maame Ama Pratt –PAN AFRICAN TV – 4829
  • Emefa Apawu—Joy News – 6892
  • Cynthia Tima Yeboah – Adom TV – 6200
  • Ewura Agyapong Ampofo – 8101
  • Cookie Tee – GHONETV – 1784

    TV Newscaster of the Year (English)

  • Afia Ofosua – Metro TV – 1133
  • Portia Gabor – TV3 – 7199
  • Kweku Temeng – GHOne TV – 5018
  • Dela Michel – TV3 – 9549
  • Komla Adom – Multimedia to Media General – 7950
  • Zoe Abu-Baidoe – CITI TV – 9227
  • Francis Abban – GHOne TV – 1003
  • Grace Hammoah Asare – TV3 – 1369
  • Ridwan Karim Dini Osman- GHOne – 6505
  • Alfred Ocansey – TV3 – 6911

    TV Newscaster of the Year (Local)

  • Kwabena Antwi Boasiako – UTV – 5086
  • Afia Amankwah Tamakloe – Adom TV – 9108
  • Obidihye Kwaku Atiemo – Atinka TV – 4533
  • Maame Konadu – ATV to Awake TV – 4454
  • Nana Abena Kyiwah – Major TV – 9658

Sports Journalist of the Year

  • Nana Kweku Mensah (Kaninja) – Angel TV – 9754
  • Yaw Ampofo Ankrah – Max TV – 6487
  • Thierry Nyann – TV3 – 3196
  • Juliet Bawuah – TV3 – 4811
  • Daniel Nanakwame Yeboah (Orbit) – Onua TV – 4288

    TV Show Producer of the Year

  • Reginald Spice Ankrah – TV3 – 4190
  • Prince Obimpeh – UTV – 6713
  • Gloria Obiyaa – UTV – 8322
  • Roselyn Felli – TV Africa – 8395
  • Nana Kwame Obeng – Multimedia – 5075
  • Sharon Willis Brown Acquah – DGN – 7161
  • Alice Ennin Aryeetey – GHOne TV – 5478
  • Jackson Osei Ntiamoah – Adom TV – 9093

    TV Station of the Year

  • TV3 – 4100
  • CITI TV – 7153
  • ANGEL TV – 5753
  • TV AFRICA – 8930
  • GHOne TV – 6326
  • UTV – 4509
  • Wontumi TV – 6411
  • Net2 – 2172
  • PAN AFRICAN TV – 9429
  • Major TV – 8737

    STUDENT CATEGORY Student Journalist of the Year

  • Grace Baah Buckman – Vibtech – 2786
  • Kennedy Twumasi – Radio GIJ – 9298
  • Emmanuel Donkor – Donkor’s Blog Media – 1913
  • Abdul – Rahman Abubakar – 9679
  • Annabella Ohene Djan – 9948
  • Kwabena Job Laboja – 2435
  • Scholastica Phylia Ayedzi – JoyNews TV – 4799
  • Agnes Melissa Yovo – Daily Graphic – 1914
  • Fritz Delnyo Amegashie – GHOne – 9136
  • Isaac Owusu Asare – GBC – 2858

    Outstanding Student in PR/Corporate Communications

  • Lorreta Yormekpe Nyuiemedzi – 1017
  • Esther Dorman – 5008
  • John Beyebuwoo Yankey – 6418
  • Kwabena Oppong Anane – 2640

    PRINT & ONLINE MEDIA Print Journalist of the Year

  • Frederick Botchway – Daily Graphic – 1140
  • Doreen Hammond – Daily Graphic – 1800
  • Daniel Y. Dayee – Daily Guide – 6448

    Publishing Company of the Year

  • Appointed Time Printing – 5592
  • A Plus Publications – 5595
  • Colormax Ghana Limited – 3339

    Online Media Personality

  • Veronica Rockson – EP Radio/TV – 7066
  • Ameyaw Debrah – 5847
  • Augustus Korankye Kyei (Kobby Kyei) – 4963
  • Felix Adomako Mensah (Zionfelix) – 1404
  • Bright Philip Donkor – Ahomka TV – 1534
  • Samson Suka Swiss –Tooli Master – 3158
  • Stephen Akortsu Mawumenyo – 8582
  • Samuel Amoaning – Entamoty – 7961
  • Stephen Owura Kiss- Ghana News Page – 5858
  • Busumuru Sean Kingston – Sean City – 1366

    Online Media Company of the Year

  • Oliv Radio/TV – 1148
  • Destiny Multimedia – 7846
  • 1Family Radio – 6754
  • Kuulpeeps.com – 7679
  • GhanaNewsPage – 3449
  • Entamoty Media Ltd – 6512
  • Pulse Ghana – 9772
  • SVTV Africa – 7112

    Blogger of the Year

  • Felix Adomako Mensah – Zionfelix.net – 7725
  • Ameyaw Debrah – ameyawdebrah.com – 8108
  • Eugene Nkansah – Nkonkonsa – 8209
  • Isaac Aidoo – GhKwaku.com – 7600
  • Monte Darteh Kwadwo Collins – monteozlive.com – 1658
  • Augustus Korankye Kyei (Kobby Kyei News) – Kobbykyeinews.com – 5228
  • Kwesi Afful – Kamlinks.com – 4228
  • Emmanuel Donkor – Donkors Blog Media – 6746
  • Francis Amissah – TalkMediaGhana – 4290
  • Emeka Onyeka-Ben – Urbanegh – 7075
  • Justica Anima – Graphic Communications Group – 3828
  • Lexis Will – Patapaa.com – 3855

    Online Radio Host of the Year

  • Mark Allotey (Adokwei Da Savage) – Destiny Radio – 4557
  • Veronica Rockson – EP Radio – 6406
  • Gerson Essel – Destiny Radio – 3548
  • Ernest Nana Antwi Boasiako – 4592

    Online TV Host of the Year

  • Tooli Master – Pulse TV – 2535
  • Gerson Essel – 9126
  • PYOB–EPTV-5694
  • Zeinatu Erebong Issahaku – Ameyaw TV – 6876
  • Busumuru Sean Kingston – Sean City – 2667

    Online TV Station

  • Kofi TV – 5884
  • EPTV-5757
  • Ameyaw TV – 4178
  • SVTV Africa – 7704

    Online Radio Station

Destiny Radio – 3273

  • 1Family Radio – 5423
  • Hi Radio – 6591
  • EP Radio – 1521

    Content Creator of the Year ( Social Media )

  • Kwadwo Sheldon – 3094
  • Teacher Kojo – 4324
  • Tsin Gi – 7299
  • Emmanuel Mensah – 2359
  • Selorm Dotse Kudiabor (Demographix) – 8240
  • Nana Ama Bannerman – 3913

    Brand Influencer of the Year

  • Precious Mensah (PM) – 7027
  • Lorretta Yormekpe Nyuiemedzi – 3577
  • Jackline Mensah – 7832
  • Anne-Chantelle – 5021
  • Richmond Amofa Sarpong – 6830
  • Nathaniel Boateng – 8488
  • Xandy-Kamel Mensah – 9580

    FILM, ENTERTAINMENT, EVENTS, THEATRE AND PRODUCTIONS

    Photographer of the Year

  • TwinsDntBeg – 3594
  • Joshua Nii Dromo – Dromography – 7535
  • Tsin Gi (Epic Live Pictures) – 3603
  • Godgive boumekpo (Joey) – 8456
  • Matsam Pictures – 7357
  • Manuel Photography – 3459
  • Nana Kwame – 2497
  • ROB Photography – 7276

    Videographer of the Year

  • EXCELSIS – 5340
  • EMC Studios – 3550
  • BlaqEye Concepts – 8078
  • Blayz Pictures – 4150

    Best Events Management Company of the Year

• Jandel Ltd. – 2323

  • Unique Floral – 4363
  • Red Carpet Events – 1246
  • Events Factory – 7128

    Theatre Arts Productions Company of the Year

  • Roverman Productions – 8475
  • Globe Productions – 6554
  • Heritage of Africa – 5151
  • Soul Train – 6604

    Outstanding Film Personality (Male)

  • Ben Affat – 4395
  • Jeffrey Nortey – 1833
  • Anthony Woode – 7746
  • Andrew Tandoh Adote – 5561
  • Joseph Clef Aboah – 5195
  • Daniel Adofo – 2491
  • Peter Sedufia – 9516

    Outstanding Film Personality (Female)

  • Nana Yaa Agyare – 6864
  • Gloria Sarfo – 3382
  • Stacy Afful – 3578
  • Elaine Attoh – 8805
  • Xandy-Kamel Mensah – 5803

    Most Outstanding Event MC of the Year

  • Jerry Adjorlolo – 4089
  • Kafui Dey – 3393
  • Reginald Spice Ankrah – 8500
  • Abena Kay Yiadom – 6685
  • MC Kabutey – 1421
  • Xandy-Kamel Mensah – 2692

    MEDIA EDUCATION, TRAINING & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

    Best Communication/Media School Of The Year

  • Multimedia Institute of Ghana – 3605
  • GH Media – 8073
  • Insite Media College – 7376

• Doxa Open University – 5172

Outstanding Communication/Media Education Personality

  • Charles Nii Ayiku Ayiku, UPSA – 6304
  • Dr. Ike Tandoh – 7377
  • Nana Kwaku Duah – Multimedia Institute of Ghana – 7288
  • Desmond Lamptey – GIJ – 2060
  • Leslie Addo Listowell – GH MEDIA – 9540

    Best Information Technology Company Of The Year

  • Artificial Intelligence Technologies – 2380
  • Vokacom – 9897
  • IT Consurtium – 9101

    Information Technology Personality

  • Romeo Bugyei (IT Consortium) – 7724
  • Nana Osei Afrifa (CEO, Vokacom) – 1901

    COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA LEADERSHIP & ENTREPRENEURSHIP CATEGORY

    Communications Personality Of The Year

  • Olivia Okailey Okai (Deputy Director, NCA) – 2083
  • Dr. Isaac Tandoh (1PR Communications)- 4820
  • Efo Kwame Dzakpasu – Head, Marketing & Corporate Communications, UBA Ghana Limited – 1224

• Cassandra Twum Ampofo, Head PR , Ghana Education Service – 5589

Corporate Communications & Marketing Professional Of The Year

  • Cynthia Eyram Ofori-Dwumfuo – Hollard Group – 5345
  • Efo Kwame Dzakpasu – Head, Marketing & Corporate Communications, UBA Ghana Limited – 9090
  • Adiza Ibrahim Sadiq – Marketing and Media Relations, Electroland Ghana. – 2056
  • Deborah Samllie Lomotey – Marketing & Communications Advisor, SNV – 7889
  • Robert Nunoo – Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Bank of Africa. – 7129
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Implementing a Good Online Training Program That Works For Your Organisation – 5 Tips for Success!

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An effective online training program can be a huge asset for your organization. Not only does it enable employees to stay up-to-date with changes in the workplace, but it can also help them to advance their careers. 

However, implementing an online training program can be challenging – it requires diligent planning and execution.

This article will share five tips for success when implementing an online training program. These tips will help you get your program off the ground and ensure that employees can benefit from it!

Involve all levels of the organization in the implementation and planning

Regarding online training, involvement from all levels of the organization is critical. The program’s design and implementation should be considered at the company’s senior level, but lower-level employees should also have a say.

This way, everyone involved understands the program’s goal and can support its implementation accordingly. Also, it is essential to apply all levels of employees – from executives to front-line employees – to get the most beneficial results.

Set clear expectations – outline what will be covered, what you hope to achieve, and how

When designing your online training program, it is essential to set clear employee expectations. This way, everyone knows what they are getting into and can realistically expect the training to benefit them.

Additionally, outline which topics will be covered and how long each section will last. This information ensures that employees know what they need to complete to gain the most from the program.

Ensure that you offer support for employees for an adequate time following the course implementation

Once an online training program has been implemented, it is essential to provide adequate employee support.

This means providing resources such as FAQs, access to refresher materials, and help with necessary changes following the course completion.

In order to ensure that employees have the best possible experience following the course implementation, it is vital to provide consistent and practical support. 

Otherwise, they may feel lost or unsupported – neither of which will benefit them in their career development!

Design your program around a specific need or challenge that your employees face

When designing your online training program, it is essential to identify your employees’ daily challenges. This will help you to select suitable topics and modules for your program.

By tailoring your program specifically to employee needs, you can ensure that they can benefit most effectively. In addition, this approach makes implementation much more accessible – all you need is a clear idea of what you want your employees to learn!

Also, by using LMS like Lessonly, you can create an interactive training program that helps to reinforce the learning process.

Motivate employees by offering incentives

Offering incentives to employees who participate in online training programs can motivate them and ensure they are engaged in the program.

This way, you create a valuable and engaging resource and retain top talent within your organization.

Some standard incentive options include cash rewards, special discounts on products or services, or even company recognition. 

Choosing incentives that will appeal to employees and help them feel like they are getting something useful out of the program is essential.

Conclusion

In the end, an excellent online training program will revitalize employee engagement and help your organization navigate the challenges ahead. 

To make sure that your new program yields fruitful results, it’s crucial to have time-tested techniques in place.

The five tips mentioned above are here to help you implement a successful training program at your organization. 

These steps are essential for success because they put tremendous effort into enhancing employee motivation and inspiring them toward better performance. Keep this in mind when developing the framework of your new online course!

 

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Influencers brace for impending recession

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Economists around the world are warning that a recession is looming. But as we move toward greater economic uncertainty, influencer marketing will remain a key differentiator for brands, according to marketing expert Assil Dayri “Social media marketing is expected to weather the impending recession.

The latest social trends reports predict that social media will top marketing budgets in 2023 as marketers turn to new strategies. Business plans already consider the imminent recession, and the marketing and social media sectors would be the first to see reduced resources, although work carried out by influencers through these channels is still on the rise. With this financial uncertainty, marketing investments will probably decrease, but brands will have to be smart since a total cut is not a viable option.

According to specialist Assil Dayri, influencer marketing is essential for the consumer, who will also feel the impacts of this economic instability. After all, as these difficulties settle in, the public turns to content producers they trust to seek references on where to safely put their money. Collaborating with key personalities to promote your brand will become even more essential based on the trust and credibility they have.

“In tough economic times, you don’t want to make any mistakes when selecting the influencers, you work with. One of the great advantages of working with influencers is that regardless of the size of the brand or the audience you want to reach, there are nano, micro or macro influencers who are skilled at reaching that target market and can work within your budget.” says CEO from the AMD Consulting group ,

Recent research shows that more brands are finding success with smaller influencers, thanks to their hyper-focused audience with very specific interests. Since smaller influencers are seen as more genuine and trustworthy, their followers tend to put more faith in the products or services they promote.

Consumers also begin to have less confidence in macro influencers, as they understand how many of them think more about the financial aspect and not the value that the brands they promote brings to the public.

Instagram still leads the influencer marketing space in terms of professionals using the platform, as well as the amount of budget they invest. You also see a lot of content being posted on Instagram that comes to be repurposed from TikTok. However, with the significant growth that TikTok is seeing, we could see a shift soon as more brands are now entering the TikTok space.

To prepare for these changes, influencers need to find ways to make their content relevant and genuine. Considering the cut in marketing budgets we could see in the next year; Influencers need to be consistent and creative to be chosen to collaborate with brands in these uncertain times.

“Being faithful to your niche and producing quality content to have a solid, strong and influential image becomes essential, because companies will start being even more selective” comments specialist Dayri.

On the positive side, this line of work is still on the rise. Even with the recession, the world still needs influencers. Dayri predicts that brands will continue to invest in influencer marketing in 2023 despite the economic downturn and revised marketing budgets. Influencer partnerships help reduce overall marketing costs and allows businesses to build more brand awareness.

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Start-ups and Facebook: A Perfect Match

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2022 was a turning point in our lives and work. We use social media sites like Facebook more than ever to learn about new things, find new jobs, and build our brands. Statistics from Data Reportal shows 2.934 billion active Facebook users worldwide (July 2022). There are 1.968 billion people who use Facebook every day (July 2022).

Also, Facebook Messenger makes it easy for people to talk to each other one-on-one or in groups and use video chat, which shows how important social media marketing is. The Digital 2021 Global Overview Report says that with 1.3 billion users, Facebook Messenger is the world’s fourth most popular social platform. Facebook has the most users, followed by YouTube (2.29 billion) and WhatsApp (2 billion). Because of this, many start-ups turned their attention to Facebook for promotional campaigns.

Spend some time setting up your Facebook business page the right way.

If you have a small start-up and want to promote it on Facebook, your business page is your entry point to the social network. It tells new customers about your brand and the services you offer. The page for your business should be easy to find. Also you can get SMM panel services to promote your brand or services. Smm panel services help you to promote your business via social media platforms and give a boost to your business growth. You should seek this service for your success in the business.

How to Set your FB Business Page Up for Success?

Are you In the process of creating your first FB Business Page? Make your start-up a success by using these Facebook business page tips:

  • Make your profile picture your company’s logo.
  • Use your storefront, staff, product in use, or current promotion as a cover photo.
  • Provide your complete contact details, including your most up-to-date website URL, email address, and phone number.
  • Explain what you do in the company’s “About” section.
  • Choose the template that best reflects your company’s identity and modify it to your liking.
  • Adjust the appearance of the CTA button to your liking.
  • Once your page has 25 followers, you may request a vanity URL.

Identify the various forms of material you’ll be working with.

Most users interact with a post more often if it is a video. Additionally, visual postings get more likes and comments than link or plain text posts. You should use various content types on Facebook, each with its own strengths and weaknesses based on your goals.

  • Simple text updates
  • Shared links
  • Picture Sharing
  • Video-based content
  • Stories

Share material directly on Facebook.

You should share material directly on Facebook whenever feasible, even if your ultimate goal is to drive visitors to another location, such as a blog or website.

Facebook’s algorithm prioritizes content created and shared inside the platform rather than external links.

Discuss your work with your followers.

Creating meaningful connections with your audience is more important than ever in the age of social media. Connect with your audience!

Keep the discussion rolling by giving likes and replies to their remarks. It’ll get folks more interested in continuing their conversations with you on Facebook.

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Smmpanel.Co has the cheapest SMM Panel, which can help your business get more attention on Facebook without breaking the bank. If you use an SMM Panel, you’ll have more time to run your business and see it grow.

 

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Discount Codes a Major Factor in Attracting US Consumers

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A recent survey of American consumers found that 80% of the respondents answered that a promotion or discount made them buy from a company for the first time. Two-thirds of consumers have made purchases they otherwise wouldn’t have made “solely because they got a coupon or discount.” If you use a coupon code, you may be able to convince more than 66% of hesitant buyers to make a purchase.

Additionally, Insider Intelligence predicts that this year there will be 177.9 million consumers of digital coupons in the United States. The use of digital discounts is boosted by smartphones, especially when made possible via store apps.

Digital Coupons and Voucher Codes 

A digital coupon or voucher code is just a string of numbers and letters that usually describes the offer. This code is easily found on the product page. Digital vouchers and coupons are a common way for online stores to offer consumer deals.

Some brands will be on sale for a short time, and you can use the voucher to get the discounts that go with the sales. They are added to your final bill and help you get what you want for less money.

How do they work?

You may save money on certain goods using a unique digital coupon or voucher code at checkout. Online vouchers and coupons do the same thing that paper vouchers and coupons do: get people to buy something. Using a digital coupon or voucher code may lower the price of an item at a store, saving you the trouble of looking for an off-brand or cheaper alternative.

Below are some of the advantages of using digital coupons and voucher codes:

Helps you become a better shopper 

You will become a better shopper using discount codes to find the lowest possible price rather than visiting the brand’s official website.

You can rest assured that even though you’re saving money by taking advantage of a discount partnered with a well-known brand, you’re still getting the genuine article. It’s an intelligent way to discover new things to buy without breaking the bank. With a promo code attached to every product, you can shop confidently, knowing you’re getting the best deal possible while still getting exactly what you want.

Makes redeeming hassle-free and easy

Vouchers and coupons are much easier to redeem now than they used to be. To get a discount, you would have to show a voucher to a salesperson and hope they carried your favorite clothing brand. There are still physical coupons, but now you can get money off with online coupons and voucher codes without going to the store or looking for a lost coupon.

No worries about expiration dates and promo deadlines

You don’t have to worry about the coupon’s expiration date and promo deadlines when you use a promo code to get a discount when shopping online. Most coupons and vouchers have a time limit for using them.

If you’re shopping online, you can look for a discount code to see if it’s still good. For example, valid coupon codes will always be highlighted on the product page. This quick way to see discounts means you won’t have to read the fine print to determine if and when the deal will end.

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You might save a lot of money buying your favorite things online using a reputable discount coupon site like Bummelwelt.de.

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betPawa host inclusive media roundtable event to discuss future initiatives and ways to elevate the betPawa Premier League

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betPawa, in collaboration with notable sports media journalists and editors, held a media roundtable to discuss ways in which both stakeholders can come together to uplift football in Ghana and specifically, the betPawa Premier League.

During the media roundtable, betPawa reiterated that their investment in the betPawa Premier League is for the long haul to support and elevate the Ghana football community, the players, the clubs and the fans. Key media leaders also shared their ideas and insights to modernise the league through storytelling, impactful content and coverage.

Renowned sports journalist, Collins Atta Poku commented, “The betPawa Media Roundtable was a great experience and I’m optimistic that this will help. The media have a great responsibility in how we deliver news and stories about sports in this country and especially, football. We need to deliver stories of impact and showcase the league, our players and even the fans in the best way possible. The world is watching, and we need to own our stories and tell them passionately”.  

betPawa are the official sponsors of the betPawa Premier League which is reviewable at the end of each season. betPawa have a presence across 10 countries on the continent, together with aspirational partnerships that empower the youth through sport and community-based initiatives .

Speaking at the event, betPawa’s Country Consultant, Jesse Agyepong commented, “betPawa believes that creating a world of possibilities together with our partners inches us closer to our collective dreams. For a business that specialises in football-related experiences, we will continue to care about the sport and deliver quality platforms and services to modernise the league. Our goal for the betPawa Premier League is to work with all stakeholders to become the best league in Africa!”

betPawa are sponsoring the betPawa Premier League to make a lasting difference in the sports and football industry. Their goal is to transform and modernise the league by ensuring it achieves the success it should always have and creating opportunities to change lives.

Speaking at the event, betPawa’s Head of PR and Sponsorship, Nii Armah further added, “We are happy to be partnering with the media to elevate Ghana’s BIGGEST sporting competition. The impact is bound to have a ripple effect through job creation, youth engagement, and contributing to the Ghanaian economy. In fact, in our view, the media and betPawa Premier League walk hand in hand.”

The betPawa Premier League is important to young players, and a chance to achieve their dreams of playing on the international stage. Although the clubs and players have faced numerous challenges throughout the years, betPawa want to ensure they are empowered; which will lead to a better league and bring renewed pride to it.

Key initiatives include the betPawa Locker Room Win Bonus and betPawa’s commitment  to transforming football in Ghana, including through the construction of the betPawa Football Arena in Prampram. The stadium that is under construction will become a FIFA Star Grade 1 surface with a 3,000-capacity stand, two changing rooms for teams and match officials, and storage and media rooms at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre for Excellence.

The betPawa Premier League is the top professional football division of the league system in Ghana and was officially formed in 1956. The league is organised by the Ghana Football Association and was ranked as the 11th best league in Africa by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) from 2001–2010, and 65th in the IFFHS’ Best Leagues of the world ranking in the 1st Decade of the 21st Century (2001–2010).

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Zenwag Offers Tips for Identifying Signs Your Dog May Be Stressed

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Surveys show that half of U.S. pet owners report using CBD products for their pets

Zenwag, a CBD Oil Tincture for pets, is seeing more pet owners using calming aids to soothe pets dealing with pet anxiety brought on by owners returning to work. Two recent industry surveys found that more than 50 percent of pet owners report using a CBD-based product for their dog or cat, usually based on a veterinarian’s recommendation.

Noise, separation anxiety, and what is called reactivity, such as seeing deer in the yard or encountering another dog, are some of the most common stressors for dogs. Common stressors include plane trips, car rides, vet visits, being left alone, storms, and fireworks.

Zenwag has identified the following signs that your dog may be experiencing stress:

  • Abnormal Eye or Ear Position – When a dog pulls their ears back and flat against their head or pulls their eyelids back so that the whites of their eyes are showing. they might feel threatened or anxious.
  • Abnormal Posture – A dog’s tail tucked between its legs signifies a stressed-out dog. Other posture signals include curling tightly into a fetal position or crouching low to the ground. Other dogs may become extremely tense and rigid yet remain standing.
  • Accidents Inside the House – When a potty-trained pet begins to have accidents in the house, stress is a frequent cause.
  • Aggressive Behavior – Even friendly dogs act aggressively when feeling stressed or anxious.  Usually, they will growl as a warning that they are feeling nervous or threatened. If the growl is ignored, they may try to snap or bite uncharacteristically.

·         Decreased Appetite – Dogs are food-motivated. Refusal of food by a food-motivated dog can signal that your dog is feeling stressed.

·         Destructive Behavior – Eating the couch, tearing up the carpet, shredding bedding, or scratching up a door are signs of stress in dogs.

  • Diarrhea – Many dogs suffer from what refer to as stress colitis, a form of diarrhea that often contains blood or mucous and can be alarming for pet owners.
  • Drooling or Licking – Excessive licking or drooling can signal that a dog is stressed.

·         Hiding or Escaping – Dogs often hide in stressful situations or slink under a table or cower behind a chair.

·         Pacing – The inability to sit still or stand in one place is a sign of stress in dogs.  Dogs frequently pace while waiting for the veterinarian or walk in circles around the couch at home if left alone.

·         Panting – Dogs pant to release heat and when overly excited or stressed. If your dog is panting but hasn’t been exercising or playing, the panting may signify stress.

·         Shaking – Full body tremors are a sign of a dog experiencing stress.

  • Shedding – Sometimes, dogs who become stressed or overly excited will begin shedding an abnormal amount.
  • Tense Lips – A stressed-out dog often has tense lips that are pulled back. Some stressed dogs will even lift their lips, showing their teeth, warning that they feel unsafe and anxious.

·         Whining/Vocalization – Whining can indicate stress in dogs. Dogs whine when they are uncomfortable, and many whine throughout the duration of a stressful event. Atypical barking, like barking at nothing in particular or relentless barking, also signals dog stress.

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  • Yawning – Repeated yawning, or long or drawn-out yawns can signify a stressed dog.

Manufactured in the United States, Zenwag, is a CBD Oil Tincture for pets formulated with Ashwagandha and Valerian root extracts that promote mental well-being today. The company sources the highest quality ingredients using 100% natural organic CBD with organic Ashwagandha and Valerian extracts. The result is that Zenwag’s CBD Oil Tincture for pets is THC free and non-psychoactive. Non-GMO, dairy and gluten-free, Zenwag is available in a 30 ML bottle in 3 different strengths depending on your dog’s weight and can be purchased online at the company’s website: www.zenwag.co

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