Friday, December 6, 2019

Palm Oil Production In Nigeria

Palm Oil Production Business And How To Start One In Nigeria 


Palm oil is the most important edible oil crop in Nigeria. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reported that in 2014, over 2.4 million tonnes of palm oil were produced which represents an average annual increase in production of 12% since 2010. 

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There are approximately 350,000 hectares (ha) planted with palm oil in Nigeria. The main palm oil farm types include:

1. Estates - large monoculture plantations usually integrated with a processing mill. 12% of the country's palm oil farm area is estates.

2. Smallholders - plantations owned and managed by individuals or groups. 88% of the country's palm oil farm area is owned by smallholders.

It is reported that a high number of palm oil farms operate informally without legal land tenure, are non-compliant with health and safety regulations, and evade tax payments among other business and legal risks. 

Major environmental concerns linked to palm oil farms include deforestation, biodiversity loss and water depletion. The biggest underlying threats are the lack of effective laws relevant to CSR and/or weak enforcement of the law.

A number of CSR risks are present in Nigerian palm oil supply chains. The risks are wide ranging and appear across the business, social and environmental areas. 

If you are sourcing palm oil from Nigeria you should take care to ensure the extensive risks identified are not present in your supply chains, or have been sufficiently mitigated.

Documents Needed For Palm Oil Production 


Documents On Farm Level

• Land title certificate or property deed
• Certificate of Incorporation
• Business commencement certificate
• Business Operating Permit
• Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) permit.

Documents For Trade, Processing And Trade Of Palm Oil In Nigeria 

• Final Invoice
• Bill of Lading
• Packing List
• Certificate of Origin (in some cases)
• Company Registration with the General’s Department.

Documents For Exports And Customs 

• Proforma Invoice
• Supplementary Information Document (SID)
• Tax Identification Number (TIN) Certificate
• Single Administrative Document (SAD)
Waybill
• Final Invoice
• Bill of Lading
• Packing List
• Approved export permit from Food and Drugs Agency (FDA)
• Nigeria  Export Form (from the Banks or Port of Exit)
• Ghana Customs form
• Company Registration with Ghana Export Promotion Council
• Company Registration with the General’s Department
• Certificate of Origin (in some cases)
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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Cabbage Farming In Nigeria | Requirements And How To Start

Cabbage Farming In Nigeria 


Cabbage farming in Nigeria is not yet very popular especially in southern Nigeria because of the belief that it will not do well except in a place like certain parts.

But quite recently a group of aggressive farmers have come out to prove this notion wrong.

There are few farmers that have actually experimented on it and have proven it to be true, cabbage farming can be planted anywhere in Nigeria with optimum success.

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Cabbage is a leafy vegetable from the family of Brassica. It is the head that is mostly eaten while the leaves are either cut out (dispose), use for compost manure, use in the feeding of animals etc.

It grows better in a cool moist environment; the temperature is between 55-60 F. They are some species that accepts temperature within 20-25F.

In Nigeria today, for you to find out or know exactly if cabbage consumption is high, is during festive periods such Christmas, Sallah in Nigeria etc.

Cabbage is mostly used in salad preparation, food decoration, vegetables for soup/pottage and can as well be eaten raw.

It contains calcium which is very good for human health. They are very helpful in the development of snails.


How To Start Cabbage Farming In Nigeria


In this article we shall be looking at the kind of soil good for cabbage farming in Nigeria, when to irrigate, pest and disease control, weeding, harvesting and marketability.


Techniques For Cabbage Farming In Nigeria 


1. Chose sandy-loam soil rich in organic matter.

2. Plant when the weather is favourable mostly during raining season.

3. First of all plant them in a nursery before transferring to the main field.

4. Use a very good variety as this can make or break your success.

5. At best plant hybrid cabbage for better yield, quick maturity and disease/pest resistance.

6. Apply fertilizer at every stage of their development, organic manure is preferable.

7. Harvest early to avoid yellowing or botching of the leaves


Land Preparation For Successful Cabbage Farming In Nigeria 


Cabbage can be grow on any soil but a well compost sandy-loam is preferable for their utmost performance. Get a land and clear it from every weed and shrub that are not needed.

• Use tractor to loosen the land (for a large farm, otherwise shovel can be used on a small farm) if the soil is very hard it can be ploughed for about 3 times during the third ploughing animal dung should be added to the soil in readiness for planting.

• Prepare bed for the seedlings by missing equal amount of soil with the organic manure to be used.


How To Plant Cabbage In Nigeria 


1. Dig a hole of 2-3cm deep and insert 2 seeds inside and cover lightly. You can use nursery bags, sack bags and surface rubbers in raising the seedlings. .

2. Transplant the seedlings to the main field you are using for cabbage after 3-4 weeks. They should be 14-16cm high at this time or when they show 4-5 leaves.

3. The spacing should be 45cm apart and the rows 45-60cm apart. Their spacing also depends on the type of variety you are planting.

4. Early cabbage takes 50-70 days, mid-season cabbage takes 70-90 days while late season takes 90-125 days.

5. Prior to when you should plant the crop, water the beds vigorously to ensure that, there is enough moisture in the soil to establish the plant.

6. Transplant the seedlings in the evening or when the weather is cold in other to prevent them from scotch and shock from the heat.

7. The soil P.H should be between 6.5-7.5. Cabbage seed takes about 5-17 days to germinate, the germination days varies for different varieties.

Irrigation And Mulching Of The Cabbage Farm


Irrigation should be done on a regular basis as cabbage requires a minimum of 3.8cm of water on a weekly basis. 

• Drip irrigation is highly recommended. Cabbage cannot withstand drought so if you cannot water the farm especially during shortage of rain or during dry season don’t bother starting cabbage farming in Nigeria at all.

• During the time of intense heat water them morning and evening every day. But you can select days to water them during raining season except it rains every day. When the plants are matured you stop watering in other to prevent botching.

• Use compost to mulch the farm in other to keep the soil moist and to avoid excessive loss of water. It will also help in weed control and in the addition of nutrients to the soil.

Fertilizer Application For Cabbage Farming In Nigeria 


Cabbage plants are heavy feeders just like garden egg and onions as such manure should be applied at every stage of their development while being careful on the kind of manure to apply in those stages.

The first manure you applied during soil preparation should be heavy (plenty). After 3 weeks of transplanting you apply and also apply again when the start bringing out new leaves.

Finally, apply manure when the start developing heads so that they can form well such that will carry them until harvest. The manure to apply at this time should have more of potassium because they are good in plant formations.

Pests And Disease Of Cabbage Farming In Nigeria And How To Avoid Them


The commonest pests are cabbage white, flea beetles, maggots, imported cabbage worms, loopers etc.

While the commonest diseases are Fusarium yellows, club root, black speck, rot; fungal disease that builds in the soil.

Solution To Control Cabbage Pests And Disease

Plant resistant variety and practice crop rotation.Splitting; this can occur after heavy down pour or when irrigation is done immediately after serious stress from drought. 

To salvage the situation cut some of the roots from one side about 25cm into the soil from the base of the plant using a spade.

Another reason for splitting is when they are overcrowded, so, by all means, give good spacing to the plant.

Varieties Of Cabbage Farming In Nigeria 


We have the early season varieties, mid-season varieties and the late season varieties.

Most importantly are the hybrid varieties such as Thai cabbage, F1 cabbage from Technism etc. They can be harvested in a shorter time some 2 months or so, can withstand harsh conditions and can resist some diseases like the Fusarium etc.

Harvesting Of Your Cabbage


Cabbage is harvested when they are fully matured in other to stay longer in storage. They are not like pepper, eggplant and tomatoes that can be harvested before fully attaining formation. 

It is ready for harvest in about 2-5 months. The yield will depend on variety but a hectare can yield 70-80 tonnes or more if all agronomic conditions are fully applied.

Harvest them when the heads are fully matured and firm. Or when the heads are closed up and the leaves wrapped around them are still in good shape.

You can press the fruit with your hands to know if it is strong; a loose and soft head is yet to mature. If you allow the leaves to become yellowish or blotch it can’t stay long in the storage.

Use a knife to cut the head from the base of the plant and leave about 3 leaves that will help protect the head from bruises, abrasions or damage of any kind.

The remaining stem in the soil will continue developing while you keep on harvesting them just like in lettuce and waterleaf.

Wash them after harvest in other to remove insects and dirt before putting them away for storage.

Marketing The Cabbage In Nigeria 

Locate market men and women and sell to them. Let people around you know that you are into cabbage farming and you will see them coming down on their own to buy.

Sell to salad shops, supermarkets and shopping malls that are into foodstuff selling, hotels, restaurants etc.

Why You Should Venture Into Cabbage Farming In Nigeria 


1.It is very easy to plant and manage

2. It does not require huge capital to start, it can be planted anywhere; in the garden, backyard and in the field

3.You can lease land to cultivate them since it can be harvested within a year, you can then source for another place.

These are the step by step guide on how to start cabbage farming In Nigeria, Drop Your Questions In The Comment Section Below.
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Sunday, December 1, 2019

How To Start Strawberry Farming In Nigeria | Profitable Or Not

Strawberry farming in Nigeria is currently an untapped goldmine that few farmers and agribusiness investors are aware of. 



Although strawberry farming is not popular in Nigeria the major set back is the poor knowledge of the farming process in Nigeria. Many Nigerians farmers have no idea of how to cultivate strawberries for cash.


The purpose of this article is to help provide you with the needed information and guidance on how to succesfully start strawberry farming in Nigeria.


Every bit of information about strawberry farming will be provided you via this article so continue reading.


In Nigeria, starting strawberry farming business requires experience, and capital. You have to understand that it is not a walk in the park; therefore you need to be prepare.


Strawberries are not commonly grown in around  not because its not popular but solely on the fact that many farmers don’t know how to grow it or where to get the faster growing propagation materials like the seedlings and splits.


For the seedings you can contact farmers with nurseries.


It is cultivated worldwide for its fruit. The fruit is widely appreciated for its characteristic aroma, bright red color, juicy texture, and sweetness. 


It is consumed in large quantities, either fresh or in such prepared foods as preserves, juice, pies, ice creams, milkshakes, and chocolates. 


Artificial strawberry flavorings and aromas are also widely used in many products like lip gloss, candy, hand sanitizers, perfume, and many others.



How To Start Strawberry Farming In Nigeria 


*VARIETIES*

If you are targeting fresh consumption the varieties below are the best.

• Selekta –

This is the most popular variety producing long and wedge – shaped glossy red fruits.

• Chandler- 

This produces firm strawberries with a distinctive strawberry aroma.

• SOIL REQUIREMENTS*

Strawberries require well-drained, sandy-loam to loamy soils with a PH levels between 5.0 and 5.5.However, strawberries can be grown in more clayey soils if a sufficient quantity of compost is added to the soil during soil preparation.

• PROPAGATION*

Buy disease-resistant plants from a reputable nursery, of a variety recommended in your area.

You can start planting since the second season is here (for those outside Uganda the seasons may vary and green houses can help to bypass harsh weather.

Best Way To Farm Strawberry In Nigeria 

1. Make planting holes deep and wide enough to accommodate the entire root system without bending it. 

However, don’t plant too deep: The roots should be covered, but the crown should be right at the soil surface.

2. Strawberry plants require 6-10 hours a day of direct sunlight, so choose your planting site accordingly.

3. Planting site must be well-drained. Raised beds are a particularly good option for strawberry plants.

4. Practice crop rotation for the most success. Do not plant in a site that recently had strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, or eggplant.

5. Establish new plants each year to keep berry quality high each season.
It is also possible to grow strawberries from last year’s runner.

How To Nurture Your Strawberry Farming In Nigeria 

In the first 2months, pick off blossoms to discourage strawberry plants from fruiting. If not allowed to bear fruit, they will spend their food reserves on developing healthy roots. The yields will be much greater in the 3rd month.

Eliminate daughter plants as needed. First and second generations produce higher yields. Try to space each plant about 2ft apart.

• Moisture is incredibly important due to shallow roots. Water adequately, about one inch per week. Strawberry plants need a lot of water when the runners and flowers are developing and again in the fall when the plants are mature.

• Keep the beds mulched to reduce water needs and weed invasion.

• Be diligent about weeding. Weed by hand, especially in the first months after planting.

How To Harvest Your Strawberry 

1.Pick off the fruits with their stocks as soon as they turn red.

2. When you plant your seedlings, in 3 months you should have your first fruits and runners.

3. You can harvest up to 2years on the same plant.

You can harvest the same plant for up to 2 years. During storage, you need to ensure that the strawberries are not stacked to a height of five inches. This prevents damaging the fruits at the bottom of the pile.

You can see that strawberry farming in Nigeria is very viable. All you need to do is get the proper knowledge to set up your farm in a favorable location in Nigeria.

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Thursday, November 28, 2019

Mushroom Farming In Kenya

Mushroom farming in Kenya may seem like an arduous and tiresome venture, but if you look closely there is something quite attractive about it. 



According to official statistics from the National Farmers Information Service (NAFIS), Kenya produces 300 tonnes of mushrooms per year against a demand of 1200 tonnes.


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This therefore means buyers like homes and hotels have to import from elsewhere as local farmers cannot sustain the demand and herein lies a lucrative business opportunity for you to invest in.



Mushroom Farming in Kenya And How To Get Started 


Mushrooms can grow in almost every part of Kenya country provided there is shelter, reliable water supply and stable temperature in the range of 15 to 30 degrees.



Step 1: Getting Started


Of course, you need some land to plant your mushroom crop. A 1/8 th acre piece of land would be adequate to set up a large farm that can produce as much as 2 tonnes of mushrooms after every 2 months (using shelf-frame method).



Step 2: Build a Simple House


Once you have secured a good piece of land, you will need to build a simple mud-house and a few wooden shelves to utilize the vertical space available. 


Your local carpenter can help you with this and you can improvise on locally available materials to save on construction cost. (Note: Make sure the house is well aerated to allow proper circulation of air).



Step 3: Look for the substrate


The first and most important supply you will need is the substrate. Substrate is basically the substance on which mushrooms grow. 


This can be Farm or timber waste like sawdust, rice bran, wheat bran, lime etc Make sure this is sterilized as the slightest bacterial infection can ruin your entire farm. A bag of sawdust costs 50 and you will need about 50 bags.



Step 4: Invest In Nylon Bags


You will need small bags to prepare the seedlings and also big bags for the final planting. Small bags like the ones shopkeepers use to package 2KG sugar normally cost about N100 for 200 pieces. Bigger bags can cost as much as N30 per piece and you will require about 1000 of them in a plot of farm.



Step 5: Invest In Good Hygiene


As you will discover through farm training courses, good hygiene is important in a mushroom farm. You will therefore need to buy things like hand gloves, methylated spirit and cotton wool. A box full of gloves costs less than N1,500 – same for methylated spirit and cotton wool. Other additional supplies that may be needed include drinking straws (N1,000) and a knapsack sprayer (N6,500 ).



Step 6: Now Get The Seeds


Finally you will require some mushroom seedlings (also known as spawns). The most popular (and easy to market) spawns are called button spawns. 


You can buy these from DILOMAT or FIIRO. A Kilogram of oyster spawns costs N2,000. 5 Kilograms will be enough to get you started. Other varieties of mushrooms you can plant including: shiitake and button.


The Dos


(1)Keep the growing environment clean and sterile always.


(2)It’s advisable to experiment with a small farm before venturing into a big farm


(3)Consult an agriculture extension officer in your area for further advice


(4)Seek mentorship from farmers who are already doing this to understand what challenges they face


(5)Explore your market options in advance to avoid last minute surprises and disappointments


The Don’ts


(1)Don’t take shortcuts, mushrooms are very delicate crops and you can lose your entire investment if you don’t follow professional advice in handling them


(2)Don’t buy seeds (spawns) from cheaper sources, always buy from reputable sellers e.g. DILOMAT or FIIRO.


(3)Don’t forget that cleanliness is at the center of your farm’s productivity (again, and again)


(4)Don’t be in a rush, take your time, like in any other business mushrooms take time to establish


(5)Don’t stop learning, keep researching and keep enquiring to learn the best practices



How Much To Invest On Mushroom Farming 


A plot of farm will require N500,000 to establish from scratch. However, once the farm-house is constructed and the basic supplies are bought then the cost of operating subsequent farming seasons will drop to about N100,000.



 How Much To Expect From Mushroom Farming 


Oyster mushrooms take less than 40 days to mature and a plot of farm with 1000 bags platforms can give you as much as 2 tonnes of produce. Each Kilogram goes for an average price of N2000 and this can translate to as much as N4 Million in sales revenue.


Wrapping Up On Mushroom Farming In Kenya 


Mushroom farming, although quite cumbersome and labour intensive, is actually very profitable. 


All you need to do is to put some effort in learning the best practices and combine that with the brilliant business strategies we teach you on this site to launch the next big brand in the country. So, what’s your excuse for not being a successful entrepreneur?
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Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Snail Farming In Ghana

Snail Farming In Ghana 

Snail farming in Ghana is very popular mainly for it’s delicious taste. Snail has a huge demand in the market of Ghana for it’s unique taste and nutrition value. 


Snails also has a huge global popularity. Snail meat contain a high amount of protein, iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamin A and very low in fat.

Another reason of snail farming business in Ghana is it’s economic value. Some people consider the snail farming in Ghana as a good money spinning venture. You can make good earning from snail farming within a very short time.


Advantages of Snail Farming in Ghana 

The main benefits of snail farming in Ghana are listed below.

1. Snails are hermaphroditic in nature and highly reproductive. Both male and female reproductive organs are available in each snail. As a result the snails can reproduce very fast.

One snail can lay eggs 6 time in a year. Each time they lay more than 80 to 100 eggs.

2. Snail meat is better than any other red meat. And it is enriched with highly nutrition ingredients.

3. Snail meat is high in iron, protein, calcium and phosphorus and very low in cholesterol, sodium and fat. As a result, snail meat is highly recommended by the dietitians and doctors for the patients and general people.

4. Snail meat is very delicious and widely popularly accepted all over the Nigeria. And there is no religious or tribal taboo consuming the snail meat.

5. Snail has a great market all over the Nigeria and in the West African regions.
The business tasks related to snail farming in Ghana like financing, producing, servicing, processing, sorting, transporting and marketing can make a great sector of employment of unemployed people.

Domestic snail farming in Ghana can meet up the family nutrition demands. 

Commercial snail production can decrease the importation of frozen meat or fish from the foreign country. This can save money and make the economy of Ghana strong.

Through widely commercial snail farming in Ghana, some extra income can be made along with meeting up the national demand.

Establishing a snail farm in Ghana by using modern technologies, require less capital investment and produce much within a very short period. Running costs also very low.

Risk of losses are less compared to other types of livestock farming system.

Every parts of snail body is usable.

You can make ten times more profit from snail farming in Ghana within a year without any risk.

Snail farming is not time consuming and there are no stress, odour, noise and irritation.

You can easily do snail farming business with your current occupation.

Steps for Starting Snail Farming in Ghana 


For starting snail farming in Ghana, you have to go through some step by step process. I have described some steps here for starting commercial snail farming business in Ghana.

Suitable Environment for Snail Farming in Ghana


Generally snails are easily dehydrated. Dryness occurs in snails due to moisture loose in snail. Wind increase the rate of moisture loose in snails. So, select a suitable location for establishing snail farm. 

For preventing the snails from losing water form their body quickly, you have to place the snail house (snaileries) in wind protected environment. An area with many trees can make perfect environment for snail farming in Ghana.

Suitable Soil for Snail Farming In Ghana 


Soil is the main habitat of snail. For successful snail farming in Ghana, the selected land for this business must have to contain some of the components and chemical substances which are necessary for surviving the snails. 

For this reason, all types of soil are not suitable for commercial snail farming. The shell of the snail is mainly calcium and they derive most of the calcium from the soil. 

They drink water from the soil and also lay eggs on the soil. For successful farming you must have to select a such suitable place with availability of all types of necessary facilities for the snails. 

The selected soil must contain all the above elements. But be very careful. Keep proper balance. Never let the soil to become waterlogged, too dry and the soil will not be acidic. 

Always avoid the clayey and acidic soil. Sandy-loamy soil with low water holding capacity is perfect for snail farming in Ghana.

Buy Some Fresh Snail 


After making suitable environment and selecting suitable land for snail farming in Ghana, it’s time to buy some fresh quality snails from the market or any farm. 

But some snail farming expert say that, getting some snails directly from the forest instead of purchasing from market make good result in production. 

Because, the collected snails from forest can easily adopt themselves with the new environment than the farm snails. If you are not able to collect some snails from forest, you can collect some snail from the bush through a very simple technique. 

During rainy season clear a little portion of land and sprinkle spicy fruits there like banana, pawpaw, plantain or pineapple. Suppose you have done this process at 5 pm in the evening. 

Then go back there after 2 or 3 hours. Collect all the snails gathered the place. Repeat the process until you get sufficient amount snails for your farm. There is an another way of getting some fresh snails. 

Try to get some snail eggs littered in the market where it is sold. While collecting, check the fertility of the eggs. Because some eggs lost fertility because of the exposure to sunlight. 

Then put the eggs inside a container containing wet sand and covered with cocoyam leaf. Within 21-28 days those eggs would hatch into baby snails. Start feeding the baby snails. Gradually they will grow up and then you can start snail farming in Ghana.

Snail Feeding In Ghana 


Snails generally eat fruits, green leaves etc. Food ensure the proper growth of snails. Provided food help the snails grow their tissues and they also need calcium for growing shells. 

You can feed your snails some leaves like cassava leaves, cabbage, cocoyam, eggplant leaves, lettuce leaves, okra leaves or pawpaw leaves. Among the fruits you can feed them banana, cucumber, eggplant, mango, oil palm fruits, pears, pawpaw, tomatoes etc.

Snail Marketing In Ghana 


If everything goes well then your snails will start growing very fast. Separate the big ones from the small ones. Generally, within a year most of the snails reach marketing size. 

Some snails take more time for growing. However, snail has a good market demand and price. You can easily sell the snails in your local market. Snail meat consuming rate is growing very fast throughout the globe. So, exporting in international market can make more money.

Snail farming in Ghana is absolutely a lucrative business idea. The initial investment is low, required space or labor is low and you can do this business along with your current profession. 

The beginners have to visit some snail farm practically and read a lots of book written about snail farming in Ghana.

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Kayak Affiliate Program

Kayak Affiliate Review 


KAYAK's White Labels, API Integration and affiliate network offer opportunities to propel your business forward. 

By partnering with KAYAK or by joining an affiliate network, you can take the next step in your business journey. They offer solutions for sites of all sizes to help you boost your revenue and provide customers with a product they'll love.


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To our White Label & API Integration partners

• Fully customized solutions
• Personal management of your account
• Flexible rate structure
• Top-of-the-line product
• Optimized performance.

Why Kayak Affiliate Program 

• The world’s leading travel search engine
• Extensive solutions for every level of business
• A competitive product that you can seamlessly integrate.

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Become an affiliate of Vodafone by applying for Vodafone affiliate program. Vodafone is offering you the chance to join them and start earning commission from your website today. It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s free.

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How Does Vodafone Affiliate Works?

If you have a website, you can earn money by joining Vodafone Affiliates. 

All you have to do is sign up with TradeDoubler and begin advertising Vodafone products on your site. 

If the adverts result in a sale, they pay you commission!

Who Can Benefit From Vodafone Affiliate Program?

You can benefit from advertising space on your website if you have one, 

You benefit by earning commission on every sale made through Vodafone affiliate ads on your site.


Why Become A Vodafone Affiliate?

There are many reasons why you should become an affiliate with Vodafone, well if you want to start earning money online then affiliate marketing is a good way to get started.

• become Irelands leading mobile communications operator,
  
• Partnering with a Well recognised brand   

• Competitive commissions   

• Regular promotions and sales   

• Regular creative updates   

• Wide portfolio of products (mobile, home broadband, mobile broadband).

How To Sign Up For Vodafone Affiliate Program.

• Firstly, sign up to TradeDoubler, who will email you login details, instructions to activate your account and a manual to help you get started.

• Once your account is activated, search for the Vodafone programme and ask to join.

• Choose the right Vodafone products to advertise on your site - there is a wide variety of products, so think about your site’s visitors and what they are more likely to buy.

• Next, select the adverts - which come in a range of formats, shapes and sizes -  to suit your site.

• Begin earning commission from sales - which TradeDoubler will collate and send to you once a month.



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