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About Edusearch Global Network Limited

Mayowa Odunnaike, B.Sc., M.Sc., MIBS Management Consultant Mayowa is the founding partner of Edusearch Consulting, a division of Edusearch Global Network Limited. He holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc. Hons) Degree in Accounting from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria. He attended the prestigious Leicester Business Academy where he studied Management Accounting at the postgraduate level and also did a postgraduate course in Research Methods for Business and Management in Leicester, UK. He also holds a Masters Degree (M.Sc.) in Management from Middlesex University, London. He is a full member of the Institute of Business Strategy. Mayowa has acquired over 10 years experience working in various roles with different organisations both in the UK and in Nigeria such as a Research Consultant (Edusearch Consult, Nigeria), Economic Analyst (London Borough of Barnet, UK), Researcher (Middlesex University Business School, UK), Marketing Manager (Honeypark Global Services Ltd., Nigeria), and rose to the post of the General Manager of Honeypark Resources Company, a small scale Management Consulting firm in Nigeria. He specialises in Business and Management Research, Corporate Planning and Business Strategy, Marketing Strategy, Digital Marketing and Project Management.

Why Class and Social Status is a thing of the mind. It is subjective!

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Growth Techniques

It is always said that if you are not growing you are dying in life. Nelson Mandela stated that “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” One way to grow and to make improvements is by reading and self-improving. We offer training services in Business Growth and Personal Development that you can be part of that will change your career. The biggest question I have for you is are you ready for growth?

Growth Techniques

Here are 9 Tips:

1. Look around you and watch how people behave in various circumstances. Watch the people you meet at home, work, at the supermarket, on the bus, train and on the street. You may also watch and learn from people being interviewed on TV.

2. Watch how people talk, walk and react, and how they are treated by others.

3. Pay attention to the way people use their voice and how they react to other people’s voices. Watch how you feel and how you react when people shout, or speak softly. Watch what happens when people get angry, restless and upset, and what happens to you and others, when they are calm and relaxed.

 

4. If you do not like what you see, analyze why you do not like it, and then analyze your own behavior to find out, whether you behave in the same way. Be honest and impartial in your analysis.

5. When you discover that you possess some of these undesirable traits of character and behavior, affirm to yourself often that every time you catch yourself indulging in these traits or behavior, you are going to be aware of them, and do your best to avoid them.

 

6. Play in your mind a mental scene of how you would like to behave. Repeat it several times a day, every day.

7. When you detect in someone a sort of behavior or character traits you like and desire to possess, try to act in a similar way. Here too, visualize several times each day a scene, where you act and behave in that different way.

8. Think and visualize over and again in your mind how you would like to act and behave. Constantly, remind yourself of the changes you desire to make, and strive to act according to them. Every time that you find yourself acting according to your old habit, remember your decision to change and improve, and act accordingly.

9. Do not be disappointed or frustrated if you do not attain fast results. It does not matter how many times you fail or forget to behave as you desired. Persevere with your efforts and never give up, and you will begin to see how you and your life change.

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July 9, 2017 · 4:25 am

Optimising Your Sales Potential

Making a living as an entrepreneur/self-employed/independent consultant doing business in Nigeria, you could save yourself thousands of wasted hours and much frustration and avoid countless blunders, including journeys down blind alleys, while you struggle to learn how to promote your products or services, and develop long-term client relationships. Earning livelihood through either full or part time business can be void of continuous struggles. Struggling with sales is almost the norm for most small business owners in Nigeria talk more of business growth. You can decide to put a stop to your business struggle and learn what it takes to be outstanding and become continually accessible to your potential clients and target market.

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Our Aim:

To help you build a successful and rewarding business as a freelance/entrepreneur/business man or as an extra income venture by providing you with the necessary tools and know how to apply them to start and build a successful business.

Who should attend?

Are you considering running another business by the side while you are in that job?

Do you have a business idea you have probably previously tried-out but currently in a job and don’t like your boss?

Are you working with people whom you just do not care to be around?

Are you dissatisfied with your current income?

Do you feel underpaid?

Do you feel your potential is not currently utilised?

Do you prefer to always work at your best time and set your own fees?

Are you concerned about taking the big plunge of going into your own full-time business?

Do you want to make your income regular, running a sustainable business?

Or are you on your own but struggling with business without growth?

If your answer is yes to any of the questions above, then this training is for you!

Venue: Suite 29-30, 2nd Floor, Crossway Plaza, 3-5 Charity Road, New Oko-Oba, Lagos

Time: 10:00am – 04:00pm daily

For Enquiries, call Rose on 0815 851 2247 or Dapo on 0802 826 2309

What to expect

Day 1 –  Wednesday 19th July, 2017

  1. Learn practical techniques on how to get clients using six direct and ten indirect marketing methods.
  2. You will be taught how to write business proposals, sales pitch and other marketing contents effectively as sales tools.
  3. One-on-one session with top-flight business consultants.

Day 2 – Thursday 20th July, 2017

  1. Be exposed to a proven business model to increase your profitability.
  2. How to research.
  3. Opportunity to build your advisory network.

Other perks include:

  • Free handouts- 30 ways to increase your leadership effectiveness;
  • 7 ways to attract followship,
  • 7 ways to take charge in a crisis or high-risk situations,
  • 7 actions to develop your charisma,
  • 4 ways to build leadership self-confidence,
  • 5 action steps to motivate those you lead, and
  • Free bespoke proposals.

NB: The event fee of  $20 (approximately N7,500) is chargeable for each day of the event.

Payment can be made to:

Bank Name: FCMB

Account Name: Mayowa Odunnaike

Account Number: 0033344019

Once payment is made, proceed to fill the form below to register for the event.

 

 

 

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D9 Clube Review – Great Business Opportunity or Big Scam?

There has been some buzz about this company, so I decided to investigate what it was all about…

 

Maybe you have been approached by an affiliate of this company about the business opportunity and now you want to make sure it’s legit right?

 

The good news is your doing your research instead of blindly jumping into it…

 

In this blog post, I am going to walk you through the company, products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision…

 

Find out if this is legit or a scam!

 

D9 Clubes Review

 

D9 Clube Review – The Company

When I checked out the D9 Clube website, there is no information on who runs the show…

 

I decided to investigate the domain registration information and found out that “d9clube.com” was registered on January 2016.

 

The domain registration wasn’t set to private, so I found out that Danilo Vunjao and Santana Gouveia are listed as the owners and are based out of Bahia, Brazil.

 

So I checked out Facebook to see if I can find out more about the owners…

 

I see that Santana Gouveia profile shows that he is the CEO and Founder of D9 Clube’s.

 

When I dug deeper into his history, he promoted a company called OneThor…

 

Let’s keep going shall we?…

 

D9 Clube Reviews – The Products

D9 Clube offers a $280 voucher subscription that gives you access to a sports betting platform.

 

I clicked on the “Presentation” link to find out more and the video wasn’t there…

 

Also I noticed even though you click on the English setting, the man speaking about D9 Clube when you first visit the website is speaking another language.

 

What I do know is that D9 Clube claims that they have betting experts that provide betting tips through their platform.

 

Another thing I noticed is that the marketing material in D9 Clube claims 30% to 150% ROI’s when bets are placed through the independent betting platform BetFair.

 

That’s all I have for the product side, let’s take a look at the compensation plan.

 

D9 Clube Compensation Plan

D9 Clube Compensation Plan pays affiliates when they sell those $280 vouchers to retail customers.

 

When D9 Clube affiliates sponsor other affiliates, they get paid direct and residual income on that as well.

 

Retail Commission Payout

D9 Clube affiliates are paid a 30% commission everytime they sell a $280 voucher to a retail customer.

 

Once a customer buys the $280 voucher, it’s good for 52 weeks of access to the betting platform.

 

Recruitment Commission Payout

When a D9 Clube affiliate sponsors another affiliate, you get paid directly.

 

These direct commissions are paid based on a percentage of points attached to the D9 Clube’s affiliate package:

 

D9 Clube affiliate fee – 20 points

Bronze Trader – 85 points

Silver Trader – 185 points

Gold Trader and Gold Trader+ – 340 points

The amount of commissions an affiliate gets paid will be determined by the affiliate package they bought:

 

No package purchase = 20% commission

Bronze Trader – 30%

Silver Trader – 40%

Gold Trader and Gold Trader+ = 50%

Residual Income Commissions (Unilevel)

All of the residual income commissions are paid through their unilevel compensation plan structure.

 

If you don’t know what a unilevel is…

 

It looks like this:

 

Level 1:  Personally enrolled members

Level 2:  Level 1’s personally enrolled members

Level 3:  Level 2’s personally enrolled members

In the D9 Clube Unilevel structure, there are 6 levels in total:

 

Bronze Traders earn 5% on level 1 and 3% on levels 2 and 3

Silver Traders earn 5% on level 1, 3% on levels 2 and 3 and 2% on level 4

Gold Trader and Gold Trader+ affiliates earn 5% on level 1, 3% on levels 2 and 3, 2% on level 4 and 1% on levels 5 and 6

You will see how level 1 commissions are paid out on top of direct sponsoring commissions.

 

Residual Income Commissions (Binary)

On top of the unilevel commissions, you get paid through their binary structure as well.

 

This just means you have TWO legs, left and right.

 

You build each leg with direct and indirectly sponsored members.

 

End of the day, affiliate package points are tallied up on both sides and then you are paid the lesser leg:

 

No package purchase: 10% of matched points

Bronze Trader – 20% of matched points

Silver Trader – 30% of matched points

Gold Trader and Gold Trader+ – 40% of matched points

Any remaining points are carried over…

 

Monthly Membership Fee Commission Payout

All D9 Clube affiliates have to pay a $50 per month fee.

 

Affiliates can get paid on this monthly fee through their unilevel compensation plan structure through 6 levels:

 

Bronze Traders earn 10% on level 1 and 7% on levels 2 and 3

Silver Traders earn 10% on level 1, 7% on levels 2 and 3 and 6% on level 4

Gold Trader and Gold Trader+ affiliates earn 10% on level 1, 7% on levels 2 and 3, 6% on levels 4 and 5 and 4% on level 6

Affiliate Package Return On Investment

Affiliate packages give you a weekly 15% ROI that is purchased by D9 Cube affiliates…

 

This is what that looks like:

 

Bronze Trader affiliates receiving $12.75 a week

Silver Trader affiliates receiving $27.75 a week

Gold Trader affiliates receiving $51 a week

Gold Trader+ affiliates receiving $170 a week

These affiliate packages pay out for 52 weeks, after that you will have to buy another D9 Clube affiliate package.

 

Also, you get referral commissions on the affiliate package ROI and are paid through a unilevel compensation plan structure:

 

Bronze Traders earn 3% on level 1 and 2% on levels 2 and 3

Silver Traders earn 3% on level 1, 2% on levels 2 and 3 and 1% on level 4

Gold Trader and Gold Trader+ affiliates earn 3% on level 1, 2% on levels 2 and 3 and 1% on levels 4 to 6

Career Plan Bonus Payout

When you hit certain points generated through your weaker leg, you will get paid milestone bonuses:

 

Generate 6800 point on your weaker binary side and receive an Invicta watch (must be a Silver Trader or higher)

Generate 17,000 points and receive an iPhone 6 Plus (must be a Silver Trader or higher)

Generate 34,000 points and receive a cruise (must be Gold Trader or higher)

Generate 170,000 points and receive an “international trip” (must be Gold Trader or higher)

Generate 340,800 points and receive a Honda Fit car (must be Gold Trader or higher)

Generate 510,000 points and receive a Toyota Corolla or Honda Civic car (must be Gold Trader or higher)

Generate 850,000 points and receive a Mercedes or BMW car (must be Gold Trader or higher)

Generate 1,530,000 points and receive a Range Rover Evoque (must be Gold Trader or higher)

 

Cost To Join D9 Clube

The baseline D9 Clube affiliate membership is $50 per month.

 

But if you want to earn big in the comp plan and get paid an ROI, you must buy one of these affiliate packages:

 

Bronze Trader – $249

Silver Trader – $499

Gold Trader – $998

Gold Trader+ – $1996

D9 Clube Review – The Verdict

D9 Clube actually looked good…

 

It has retail products and a customer base which is a must…

 

And I thought it was a cool idea, but then when they got into this whole ROI business, it went down hill…

 

How are they generating this consistent ROI through their betting system?

 

There is nothing on the planet that can do that…

 

What I would recommend you to do is if you decided to join this company, tell your upline to show screen shots of the consistent ROI they are getting paid…

 

What I think really is going on is they are taking those affiliate packages and paying off existing members with new members…

 

Unless they can prove me wrong…

 

And if they are not doing that, there is still a regulatory compliance issues…

 

Because D9 Clube hasn’t registered to offer securities.

 

I just can’t see the percentage of money from bets is paying that ROI…

 

I would personally proceed with caution on this one…

 

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my D9 Clube review and if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below.

 

Edusearch What Business Do You Recommend?

I could have personally joined any business including D9 Clube if I found it would give value to my members…

 

But it doesn’t…

 

Too many questions not answered in that business…

 

Now I have reviewed hundreds of companies and decided to partner up with some few ones…

 

Yes…SOME FEW ONES.

 

Click Here For My #1 Recommended Business.

 

It’s the only business where you will learn step by step on how to build online with the products all ready to go for you.

 

Not only that, you get a one on one business coach in the system to help you every step of the way.

 

Most of all, you wouldn’t have to do almost anything… the team works for you.

 

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August 30, 2016 · 3:07 pm

Abule-Egba means business

We are proud to be hosting the largest business organization; the Abule-Egba Economic Forum representing businesses in Abule-Egba and environs, especially home businesses and SMEs. Edusearch is kee…

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Report Writing- The Purpose of Report (Part 4)

So far we have explored the skill of report writing in relation to the need for reading the brief, who the audience is and what is the purpose of the report. Now we are looking at

What does your audience know already

Not only do you need to consider the needs of your audience and what they want to find out from your report, you also have to take into account their background- what information do they already have? You don’t want to repeat unnecessary information since a report has to be as concise and as relevant to your readers as possible (and in most cases, you also have a word count to stick to!)

In a work situation, including information that your readers already know will undermine your authority and make your readers less receptive to your message. On your university course, your tutors want to see that you can be selective and make judgements about what is relevant. Your marking criteria will probably include something about relevance or suitability of the information.

Interview from some lecturers reveals the following:

  • A main problem with most students’ surveying reports is they spend too long describing the client’s house – but the client already knows what colour their own door is … get to the interesting information more quickly. (Real Estate and Planning Lecturer)
  • The introduction to a lab report shouldn’t be a long historical summary of all the experiments done in the field. The methods and findings of most older expeeriments have now been surpassed. (Food Science and Nutrition Lecturer)
  • Demonstrating an understanding of the client’s problem is important. It shows the students know what they are talking about, but I always ask: What is new about this? What insights are you giving me? How does your interpretation of my problem give me confidence that you’re going to provide me with solutions? (International Marketing Lecturer)

The above findings all suggest only one thing and it is the fact that you do not have to dwell so much on what is already known; instead of describing what is known already, analyse the known to lead us to the unknown and explain your findings (new information).

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Report Writing- The Purpose of Report (Part 3)

What is the purpose?

As a report is a piece of informative writing, it not only has an audience who wants to be informed, it also has a purpose – a reason for wanting the information.

  • What do your readers want to find out from your report?
  • How will they be reading your report?
  • Why will they be reading what you are reporting?

Often, the information in reports will be acted upon by your readers in some way. The information in different reports may have the purpose of advising, persuading or recommending the readers to do something.

 


You are asked to analyse whether regular exercise helps people manage their depression, and present the report to an audience of counsellors and doctors.


The purpose of the report is to inform the audience about whether this potential aid in the management of depression is supported by sufficient evidence.


The counsellors and doctors will want to know whether they should be recommending more regular exercise to their clients and patients based on your analysis of the evidence.


So your report needs to give clear guidance on whether the evidence suggests there are benefits to people with depression, and to what extent counsellors and doctors should act on this information.


But part of persuading an audience is being able to anticipate any scepticism they may have about the evidence you present. For example, the doctors and counsellors may raise the objection, how do we encourage our depressed patients to start exercising? You have to take this into account – just a brief acknowledgement of their concerns may make them more receptive to your message.


You may be thinking that the concept of ‘purpose’ doesn’t apply in the same way to reports on scientific experiences, but the principles of audience and purpose still apply. As a scientist, your audience is your tutor (and fellow scientists in your field) and your purpose may be to test your hypotheses. Based on the analysis of your findings, you may make recommendations for further research to fill gaps in your findings or to make them more robust.

If your brief asks you to make recommendations based on the information in your report, it is important that you make these clearly, and that they don’t get lost in the body of your conclusion. Recommendations serve a different purpose to a conclusion: a conclusion summarises why your findings are important, and recommendations say what your readers should do about this.

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Report Writing- The Purpose of Report (Part 2)

Who is the audience?

A report is a piece of informative writing, which means it has an intended audience who want to find things out from reading your report. Your brief, client request or assignment description should tell you who your intended audience is, and this has an important influence on the content of your report; you need to tailor the information to suit the needs of your audience.

Part 2

Reports about the same subject written for different audiences would have a very different content and tone. For instance, if you were to write a report on the business growth plan for an intended new market entry initiative, how might your report differ if you were writing it for …

  • the management of the business?
  • the team of workers helping to implement the plan?
  • the financier / sponsor of the project?
  • the shareholders’ consumption in an annual general meeting?
  • the potential indigenous strategic partner in the new market?
  • the examiner / business school lecturer as an academic coursework assessment?

An audience has a vested interest in the information being reported and motivations for wanting the investigation conducted. As a report writer, you need to take these needs into consideration.

This is why, as a student, even though your brief is set by your tutor, you may be asked to write for an imaginary client or a professional situation. In this scenario, you need to consider who will use the information that you are reporting and how they will use it – for example, will your recommendations be passed on to a secondary audience or used to advise clients or managers? What will be relevant and useful for these audiences? or is it purely for academic grading … requiring a logical sequence from an in-depth literature review and critical analysis from credible academic sources with specific academic writing style and formatting?

If your main audience is your tutor, they still want to know that you can report the findings of your investigation in a logical and relevant way, relating them to the overall purpose of the investigation. Academic writing requires in-depth details while business report have need of precision and brevity (straight-to-the-point).

 

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