22/12/2017

HTTPS Now Available For Custom Domain On Blogger

Ever since Google disclosed that https will be a search ranking factor come 2018 and that webmasters who don't migrate will be punished, many bloggers on blogger (blogspot) platform migrated to https using Cloudflare. Some started having redirect issues and as result of this others resisted migrated.

Well, it is no longer news that https is now available for custom domains on blogger and migrating is very easy and fast. Migration will only take less than a minute and you don't need to worry about redirects and as everything will be in place.


How To Migrate To Https On Blogger With Custom Domain

Log in using draft.blogger.com.

If you have more than one blog on your dashboard, select the blog you want.

Go to Settings



Change HTTPS availability to Yes.
If you can't change HTTPS redirect to Yes, close the page and go through blogger.com. After that, you can change it to Yes.



View your blog on your browser and you will see that your https:// will appear on the URL. You can also check old post URL and see if you redirection is working fine. 
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01/12/2017

Receiving Money With PayPal Is Not Yet Available In Nigeria

There has been this talk among Nigeria bloggers and Internet marketers that PayPal now allows Nigerians to receive money when they create a business account. Some bloggers quickly to publish such unconfirmed development on their blogs giving a hope to bloggers and internet marketers in the country.

For me, I always love to try out anything before publishing it on my blogs. So I decided to create a PayPal business account and verify my card. After that, I told a friend of mine to send some funds from his PayPal account which he did. The payment didn't go through.  Below is the screenshot of the transaction.





To further confirm it, I contacted PayPal via email. In less than 5 hours I got a reply. The email read below:


Dear Mazino Oyolo Kigho, 

I hope you are doing well today. My name is Ivy from PayPal Customer Service. We appreciate your inquiry about receiving payments using a Nigerian PayPal account. I will be happy to clarify things for you.

Receiving money is not yet available in Nigeria. This is because of the laws and financial regulations of each country. We want to make sure that once we open certain functions in different countries, we are fully compliant with local and international financial laws to avoid difficulties down the line with our services.

I am glad to inform you that we have already applied for the Receive-Money service to be made available in your country.

Rest assured that we are constantly working to offer the receive money feature for your country. Due to the complexities of global finance, we cannot give a timetable for this possible expansion.

Alternatively, please look for other payment processor to receive your payment outside PayPal. You may try using bank transfers or money orders.

We'll be glad to hear from you if you need clarification or assistance. Please don't hesitate to email us again. You can also call us at +1-402-517-4519 (U.S. telephone number) Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM local Nigerian time.

Thank you for choosing PayPal. Have a great day!

Sincerely,

Ivy
PayPal


Let no one deceive you that you can receive payment with a Paypal Nigeria account. Anyone telling you that he has done so is a big liar aka scammer. Receiving money is not yet available in Nigeria.
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