How Igbos Can Avoid Boredom this Christmas Using Internet Videos

Imanuel Jannah
By Imanuel Jannah December 21, 2014 14:05


We all know most Igbo people are really not interested in reading, but like to be entertained.

If you’re someone who fancies a similar lifestyle, you can while away hours this Christmas season on the internet, productively or otherwise, if you visit the following video websites:

  1. Youtube:
    is of course the most online video sharing sites. It’s slogan “Broadcast Yourself” sums it all up. You can upload videos of yourself, your family, your friends, your house etc this Christmas season. Or, you can simply visit the website and watch other people’s lives by selecting from thousands of videos in different categories.
  2. Revver:
    is not free. What we mean is that: if you upload a video this Christmas on Revver, those who’ll watch your video will pay you but not directly but indirectly through the money paid to you by those who place advertisements in between your video. However, the revenue generated will be shared 50/50 between you and Revver.
  3. Videojug:
    If you’re in a fix and you’re feeling bored this Christmas and quickly need to find out how to do almost anything this Christmas – then Videojug is for you. Videojug is life explained on internet films. You can find videos that demonstrate useful tasks.



Imanuel Jannah
By Imanuel Jannah December 21, 2014 14:05