Linda Ikeji laments low subscription from Nigerians on her YouTube channel

Nigerian celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji has spoken about the low number of Nigerians in the country who have subscribed to her YouTube channel in comparison to the amount of Nigerians in the diaspora subscribed to the channel.

Linda Ikeji who recently launched her online TV channel on the 8th of June 2018 revealed that she is optimistic that Nigerians in the country will soon grow fond of her channel just as they did with her blog which made her wealthy today.

Linda Ikeji wrote on her IG page:

officiallindaikeji Let me explain this quote. When I began blogging in 2006, 80% of my readers were Nigerians in the diaspora. Then by 2010 Nigerians who live in Nigeria gradually started visiting my blog. By the end of 2011, there were more Nigerians who live in Nigeria on my site than Nigerians in the diaspora. And you see, the number of content consumers in Nigeria is 100 times higher than Nigerians who live abroad. And so after that huge arrival on my site, I started smiling crazily to the bank. . Like, I was making so much money from advertising, I thought I was being set up…lol.

Linda Ikeji laments low subscription from Nigerians on her YouTube channel

So now with LITV, there are currently more paid subscribers by Nigerians in the diaspora than the ones who live in Nigeria. Which is fine and I’m so grateful to the guys in diaspora for supporting LITV. Online TV is not new to them and data, unlike Nigeria, is cheap and fast. But one day, one day, you Nigerians in Nigeria will be ready for online TV. One day data will be very fast and affordable. One day, you will understand why online TV is more desirable now than regular TV and when that day comes, lindaikeji.tv will be waiting to welcome you all with open arms…lol.

The key is to prepare for the future. I’m prepared and I’m waiting!

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Segun Adewole

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  1. I think it will be great if bloggers give back to the society by teaching young ladies how to blog. This is for those ladiea who are interested and willing to sit their bottom for hours and make money online. Poverty in Nigeria is just too much.Aunty Kemi, u don hear?

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