Finest blogger/radio presenter, Ebenezer Donkoh, affectionately called NY DJ in a chit-chat with Dawuroo.com has made it known that as a blogger, he prefers to stand out and not go with the flow as almost everyone does today. That’s who he is in person and so it translates into everything he does including blogging.
He said, and I quote, “It’s tough to have the growing public who want to read very sensational articles, read from you but I believe it’s better to build very responsible brand. By so doing, I’ve won for myself and the website love from very respectable people all over the world.”
Diving deep into the type of networking better to enhance traffic to the blog, Ebenezer concluded that it’s suicidal to light up a candle and place it under a bed so it’s advisable you network no matter the trade you find yourself in. It’s important to connect with other people in the same field. Again, you need stay in touch with the most relevant people. Define your target audience and serve them via all the promotional platforms at your disposal.
Concluding, he made it clear that the best service a blogger can give readers is all a dependent on what the blog is about. If you’re able to identify your target audience, it makes you sever them better since you know exactly what they are interested in.
Hating being boxed, he believes in exploring. That makes YFM the best and the ideal radio station for him. Presenters are allowed to explore thereby bringing the best in them. ” Freedom to explore makes you the best. He said.
With regards to blogging, news can be published on the go so he doesn’t really mind so far as he has his Mac Book and Mifi.
Unlike traditional media where news is scheduled at major times, news on blogs are on the go and so he is ready to fly with news just when he want s but then again, studying analytics on his website shows when exactly most of his readers a re online so there are moments he schedule content for publication. It’s not easy though especially when other assignments including family require his time.
Story By Cofy Dela