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10 Nigerian dotcom start-ups that are dotgone | Loy Okezie

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11 Responses to 10 Nigerian dotcom start-ups that are dotgone

  1. PACE says:

    I think you should try to dig deep into the reasons for the failures of these dotcoms. People will be able to learn one or two things from the experiences of the founders.

  2. fabolude says:

    i completely agree.

  3. Darmie says:

    Lol. This start-ups were really interesting ones. I noticed that unmanaged ideas fade quickly!

  4. Codenature says:

    rovestop service was discontinued because of branding&fundin. We are indeed actively workin on relaunching an improved service under a new brand. The service will offer a web app, java phone app and blackberry app and essentially socialize local information.

  5. Nicely put… Watch out for Nigeria Bloggers Club

  6. ray says:

    Just put up a blog post on "Why we killed nubley". Here:http://blog.ngbot.com/4/Why-we-killed-nubley

    • Loy Okezie says:

      Ray – Thanks for dropping by. Read your post. How sad:( Glad you learned a very critical lesson from this experience – “launching on a good business model.”

      Watch out for my series of posts about how to build online and mobile startups using effective business models.

      Cheers!

  7. sam123 says:

    Good list loy, keep the work up. Try to dig for some more also, there are so many startups springing here and there.

    • sam123 says:

      I was meant to say that died down too. I am aware of some nigerian sites that were doing well and then disappeared all of a sudden.

  8. hmmm .. i found 10 Nigerian dotcom start-ups that are dotgone but i personally know iGbadun.com was a Nigerian Online Community that strived to connect people all over the world.

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