Here is a statistical analysis Of The Rise And Rise

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  • Published date: January 26, 2016
    • 52111-440, Recife, PE, India

Today, every blogger around should be calling this woman Aunty Linda. Only saying.

Why?

Well, to begin with, because she is not your mate. Amounts have changed. Big time. She hangs Mike Adenuga with the likes of big bros in the same neighbournood.

Social media was hit at by the news last week (and most expensive) acquisition to date - a multi million naira mansion in Banana Island. As is now sort of level for the class, the net got the cost of the house wrong, pegging it at NGN450 million. But Aunty Linda fast corrected that having a tweet.

"Lol. My home isn't N450m...where did y'all get that from? It is over N500m. And thanks for the kind words. #utoocandoit"

There is the emotional, poetic, semiautobiographical version which she shared some time past on her blog. But here's a more scientific, statistical explanation of her rise to net success, courtesy. This one so take it away sir:

Bankole Oluwafemi: Need to be the next Linda Ikeji? Well, you definitely have your work suited for you. Six years, six whole years for Linda's blog were taken by it to suggestion. And I have got a graph to show it.

While Web search interest is not representative of genuine traffic (since that comes from other sources also), it does make up a huge chunk of the image, and gives you a fairly good idea of what is happening.

Things only began to pick up in '07, although Linda started blogging in 2006. She mostly drudged it upwards when we start seeing the beginnings of an upward incline. Subsequently kablam! In late 2011, Linda's graph takes off at a near 90 degree angle.

Most people are Unknown knowledgeable about the latter part that narrative -- what appears to be meteoric rise and Linda's abrupt to Naija internet popularity. But when confronted with all the pre-2011 side there's clearly nothing surprising or meteoric about it.

Therefore, if you wanna be like Linda, it's helpful to consider what it will take to get it done. The moral of the story borrows on Twitter from among my people's opinions -- blogging requires consistency. Read that again, but with uniformity in capital letters.

Linda's tipping point came six years after she started her site. For the serious ones, it certainly will not take six years anymore. But it's unlikely to occur in six months either.

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