Overview Of: How Badejo Oluwadamilola Started His Music Blog – Naijaextra
Badejo Oluwadamilola is a businessman, founder, CEO and editor-in-chief of Naijaextra. He was born on November 9. Godswill attended the Ibadan City Polytechnic (ICP) in Nigeria.
Damola started Naijaextra for the love of blogging. It wasn’t easy when he started, the road was rough, it was ups and downs.
He narrated that there were times the website wasn’t available it went offline for few days even a week. Through persistence and commitment, they were able to overcome all of that.
Progress So Far?
Naijaextra was launched on November 2013. It is rated as one of the most visited and recognized website in Nigeria.
The blog provides the genre of Nigerian and African music which may include Afrobeats, Afropop, hip-hop, Gqom, Kwaito, Highlife, Makossa, Pop, Bongo, Flava, Hiplife, Gospel, etc.
The website characterizing itself as of the 10 best music websites in Nigeria is user-friendly for easy African music and video download, all entertainment-related activities in Africa and diaspora.
Naijaextra gained is recognition through commitment and its media content which visitors find interesting. The blog has grown from more than one man blog to a firm with a total estimation of 10 employees.
According to Alexa website rankings, the blog has a Global ranking of 9,303 and ranked as 121st most visited websites in Nigeria, 471 in South Africa and 12 in Tanzania.
- Instagram: @Naijabes
- Followers: 7k
Naijaextra is not just like any other music website. The music website gives easy music downloads with full HD and exclusive stories.
The website specializes majorly in entertainment with media content likes music, videos, news, hip-hop, weekly features, gospel, DJ mix, South Africa, Ghana, East Africa which are very captivating to its visitors.
Naijaextra have the following estimation according to Siteworthtraffic:
- Daily estimation: $96usd
- Monthly estimation: $2875usd
- Yearly estimation: $34977usd
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