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6 years ago

Best Selling Newspapers In Kenya

Daily Nation

It is not only cheap but also affordable and has a lot of information that caters for the interest of the public. The newspaper is available at any distributing agents at various towns and city places of the country. Wide range of areas ranging from politics business and sports are covered by the newspaper. Various job opportunities are also covered within the newspaper and is good for one to advertise any piece of information they have.

The Nairobian

The news paper covers specifically what trends are happening in Nairobi. It is very cheap costing ab  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Placing advert in Daily Nation using mobile phone

Placing advert in Daily Nation using mobile phone

Advertisement is very crucial to any business in kenya to create awareness to the customers and to persuade them to purchase the advertised service or good. It is a tool of marketing where the marketer chooses the medium to use to deliver the advert to the targeted audience. In Kenya many forms of advertising are used. kenya Daily Nation news paper has been delivering goods results in terms of advertising nationally.

Mobile phone is a communication gadget which is common to almost every one living in kenya,  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Internet Websites With Highest Traffic In Kenya

Websites in Kenya are becoming an important part of the learned people because they access a variety of resources from browsing. In essence, things such as news from Kenya are accessed nowadays through websites rather than daily newspapers. Even job advertisements in Kenya are done through the internet on various websites. Songs of artistes from all corners of the world are downloaded from websites in Kenya, such as YouTube. Kenya has several websites that are on the forefront in delivery of services and resources to the internet clients. The best websites from Kenya include;

Safar  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Most Popular Television Stations In Kenya Today

Back in the day, there was only one television station that broadcasted all over Kenya. The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation was established during the colonial era. KCB was the only television station in Kenya then. It was renamed the Voice of Kenya and was the mouthpiece of the Kenyan government at the time. The station was later renamed to The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation as it had been initially, to show its linkage to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

During that era, there were many local programs aired on KBC such as “Vitimbi” and “Vioja”. So  Continue reading ...