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Top Ten posts for 30 days ending 2013-08-05 (Summarized)

August 13, 2013

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Top Ten Posts JULY 5 to AUGUST 5 showing dates of original publication Source: wordpress.com       TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2013.  5:19:17 p.m. [GMT]

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June 1 – June 30, 2013 stats on emotanafricana.com, including the first 750+ single-day readership – Tola Adenle

July 1, 2013

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Last month was a milestone period on more than one front for this blog:  it beat the old record of three hundred and ninety (390) readership on a single day by miles when it recorded seven hundred and fifty-nine (759) readership from Saturday June 22.  There were other high readership days, including a mid-600s and […]

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Where did emotanafricana readers come from in May & what subjects interested them? – Tola Adenle

June 3, 2013

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Where on earth did visitors to emotanafricana.com come from last month and what subjects interested them? How far back are essays read? Which essays interest them the most? Do this blog’s readers care much about politics? How about human angle stories? Which essays from the past keep showing up, and why? These, and many other […]

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2012: Where did Emotan readers come from? – www.wordpress.com

May 30, 2013

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NOTE:  The darker the shade of blue, the higher the statistics.  The whites had not – apparently – heard of this blog but we’ll see at the end of 2013 if the picture is different. Now, if only I could write something – and tag it properly – to interest Angolans, Namibians – or far […]

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Nigerian women & the 2015 elections: Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti in a view from the past & other stories [Emotan, The Mag.]

May 2, 2013

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Here are some of the features,  all of the ads:  May/June 1978 issue   Voices, faces, echoes, ideas, stuff, & a little of the way things were – 35 years ago this month!         And a double-page spread used here as two different ads: Satin Sheen, a perennial Outside Back Cover image […]

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A Stats posting with interesting angles! – Tola Adenle

May 2, 2013

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I promise you will enjoy this Stats posting; you’ll get information, alright but I promise you’ll also get a few laughs and may be, even a guffaw or two!  TOLA. APRIL 2013 STATSfinal May 2, 2013, 2.05 p.m. [GMT]

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As 2015 elections near, evidences show Nigerian women still have a long way to go: two op-eds from emotan, the mag. from 1978 & 1981

April 25, 2013

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Emotan, A Woman’s Bimonthly, August/September 1978. I remember the role played by Nigerian chapter of Zonta Club International before the elections taking paid advertisements that asked women to turn out in large numbers to vote as a way of making their voices heard:  “Calling all women, Zonta International …”   Here is a Nigerian Airways […]

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Classifications of essay categories completed – Tola Adenle

April 15, 2013

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The categorizations of subjects for essays and other materials on this blog are now completed although I had hoped they would be ready by the end of last month.  The challenges are many but I plead “inadequacy for the brief set for myself”. It’s possible a few may have slipped by; for example, if you […]

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Again, much thanks on my blog’s second anniversary – Tola Adenle

April 8, 2013

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Although I’ve expressed thanks to all my readers and contributors to emotanafricana.com these past two years, I owe a debt of special gratitude to my contributors and those always sending or phoning from Nigeria and overseas to give me news even though they know that mine is not a news blog. That’s how this blog […]

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Check out a – sort of – emotanafricana.com mini paronama at 2! – Tola Adenle

March 29, 2013

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From the Archives L-R:  N.K. Adamolekun, first Nigerian Registrar, Univ. of Ibadan (Blogger’s older brother, now late); Blogger; partly hidden – High Court Judge, Justice Titi Mabogunje & Chief Fola Akintunde-Ighodalo (Late), Nigeria’s first female permanent secretary, presents the maiden issue of Emotan Magazine at the University of Ibadan’s Trenchard Hall, July 13, 1977. [Photo […]

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