About


Who am I ?

I spread news. I am an ideas man. I am a solution provider. I listen and offer solutions on taking your idea to the next level.

Am I a Guru?

Don’t make me laugh. I am not. But what I definitely know I am is not a time waster.

I am not the conventional person either. I don’t believe the wheel can never be re-invented. I don’t believe in impossible.

I have a passion to water seeds of ideas. I delight in admiring flowers blossom from these seeds. I love to cultivate ideas. This is what I will do with your idea.

So let me take a ride with you on a journey from visualisation to realisation.

By the way, I am a British Nigerian who has a fair knowledge of both worlds. If you are interested in exploring business opportunities in Nigeria, and you are desperate for a realistic perspective, then you are on the right site.

My strength is my honesty and selfless determination to see a project through. I am quite stubborn with tasks. I don’t know when to stop. You could say I am a victim of my own passion.

My approach is painstakingly detailed, which means I like to ensure the core of your idea is achieved within target time frame as agreed, based on clear objectives and goals. While kick starting your idea or enhancing your reputation as the project may be via social media is my main focus, I can also assist with providing guidance with ideas and business development.

So why should you use my services?

– You want a 24/7 person consultant. Someone who is as dedicated, passionate and focused as you. At the moment you are buzzing with your idea, you need a service provider who is able think alongside you.

– You have a product but no social media presence. You know you need to, but don’t know how to start.

– You need a storyteller. You want strangers and enemies to be informed. You aim to attract interest from potential investors, partners, consumers as well as the media and bloggers. I can tell a good story.

– You have imagined someone who would help with tactical implementation and strategic planning. Now you have Jide Salu.

– You want to kick start a marketing campaign. You want to get a message that is humane across and not just any massage laced with corporate keywords and jargon. Plain and simple is the appeal.

– How about repairing a reputation. You aren’t sure how to go about this task. Well you know now. You want content that is high in quality to boost sales and marketing activities. Jide Salu is in for the long haul. Tips on website presentation, media pitches and email marketing are all services we also cover.

For more information about my services, approach and fees, contact me via e-mail or call 07539495894.

My experience includes blogging, working for a firm of solicitors (Lonsdale and Mayall Solicitors), a successful corporate laundry company (Sparkle Diamond Corporate Services Ltd) and several other small-scaled companies and individuals.


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44 Comments Add yours

  1. Jide says:

    Jide keep it up,your style is different and interesting

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  2. Deji Obaseki says:

    Nice one my brother

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  3. segunakiode says:

    Great Ife! Nice to meet someone from my Alma Matter on Blogshere.

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  4. J says:

    Fellow Waffarian and pendolite i hail you!. Keep up the good work

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  5. Oscar S Casco says:

    Hello, Do you do any advertising on your blog?

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      … (y) , I do but have not actively sought for….Let me have your thoughts.
      God bless.

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      1. Oscar S Casco says:

        Could i contact you about this through a private email?
        Best, O

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        1. babajidesalu says:

          …You may at jidesalu@gmail.com

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  6. Jaycee says:

    Just so you know, I attended FGC Warri for just the first year of high school, and then I fell sick and that was the end. Lol. Love your blog, keep writing.

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    1. Jide Salu says:

      Jayceeeeeeeeee,

      You did?
      Went to FGCW?
      What house were you in??? and I will dare not ask you what year you left? By the way, I was in Pendo House (Independent Hall). Thank you so much for reading and dropping your comments. taKia and God bless.

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  7. I truely love your style of writing! Very enjoyable. I read it yesterday and today I came back for more! I bookmarked it and will use some of your quotes on my facebook – where I like to post things for people to think about.
    I love your honesty and forwardness regarding Christian views! May God Bless you!!!

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Martin, thank you so much for your kind words. Much appreciated. I will instantly recommend my readers to check out http://www.mrwebguide.com for all things regarding hosting of web sites as well as creation of logos. Have a good day and thank you for stopping by. God bless.

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  8. just saw ur blog …..gr8 work ur doing , i also got a naija ‘ish’ blog [FREE TALK] . hope u check it out.

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Boma, thank you so much for popping around. I will make time to check out your blog. God bless.

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  9. Lequisha says:

    i just stumbled on this today, and believe me when i say its like we are having a face-face conversation.

    like a book, its unputdownable.

    thax for the refreshing difference.

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    1. JideSalu says:

      Lequisha, I am truly flattered. I mean it. Thank you so much for actually taking to post your feelings. Kindly help spread the news as well. God bless you real good.

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  10. Lara says:

    hi Jide,jist stumbled on ur site yesterday. i need to make some hampers and i have been trying Pristines no. kindly send me another no. tks

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    1. JideSalu says:

      I sincerely apologise for not getting back to you earlier, my fault. Hope you had a lovely Christmas and a Happy 2010 to you. God bless.

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  11. Anwuli says:

    Hello,

    My name is Anwuli. I work at FATE Foundation. It’s non-profit organisation that trains people to be entrepreneurs (www.fatefoundation.com).

    I am a regular visitor to your blog, and enjoy your commentary. Your topics vary and are interesting.

    I am currently carrying out a project for entrepreneurs, it’s an award competition, would you like to part of it?

    If you do, please email me and I will send you the details.

    Thank you.

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Anwuli, kindly send an email to me at jidesalu@gmail.com telling me more of your involvement and what you expect from me. Thanks for visiting JSD. Really appreciate it. God bless.

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  12. Reggie Adaka says:

    Jide, never realised your birthday was so close to mine, 12th of July.
    Greetings to Madam & kids.

    We should hook up when next am in Naija or when you come over to UK.

    long time

    Rgds

    Reggie

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Hey Reggie,

      Long time mate. Thanks for dropping a line and yes, we should link up soon. All the best and God bless.

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  13. Russell says:

    I think your blog is very interesting. You give a lot of good information and you have a very poetic and conversational voice. It’s like talking to someone I know. Keep following your dreams. I will definitely be following this blog. Peace and blessings.

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Russell thank you for your kind words. I am glad you found time to leave this comment. I really appreciate your gesture. God bless.

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  14. babalobi says:

    Just stumbled to your site. Hope to pop in again

    http://assemblyonline.info

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Thanks for stopping by and have been to your site. I will surly keep an eye on it. It looks interesting.

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  15. masani says:

    Hi Jide, i saw this and i thought i should share this with you.
    http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/articles/nvs/the-new-lagos-in-pictures-case-in-urban-ren.html

    gives me hope that i am moving to a nigeria looking like this.

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      WOW!
      Masani you are a gem for sending this link to me and you can trust I will share the good news in a special sometime this week. Thanks a million Masani…do you now see why I am all excited about the mind revolution taking place?

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  16. Jerry Anderson says:

    Hi,

    If you want to add Facebook or email sharing buttons to your blog posts, there’s a plugin that does it for you:

    http://tinyurl.com/sharebuttons

    Hope you find it helpful!

    Cheers,
    Jerry

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Thanks Jerry. I have a look.

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  17. Michelle says:

    Hello,

    I find your blog, JideSaluDiary, very informative and interesting. Please continue the great work you’re doing. Is it okay if I link to you? I know that the followers of my site would find your articles helpful like I did. I run a small store, Hieyeglasses.com. It’s not as good as what you have done with your blog, but I’m very proud of it. Before I forget is there by any chance you can link my site too?

    Thanks in advance!

    Michelle

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  18. kemi kole-emmanuel says:

    Nice blog; keep up the good work

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    1. JideSalu says:

      Thanks Kemi.

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  19. I love your site. Keep it up !

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  20. Oluyomidossy says:

    Irealy appreciate your comments about celebrating people while they are still alive. I guess that worm as eating so deep into us (Nigerians) that all we care about is celebrating the dead,giving them posthumous award, and doing all kinds of things when people pass on. I agree with you that this must change, let us begin to value people when they are alive not for what you want to get from them but for what they realy are.

    I
    God spoke to Moses in Deut. 2:1-3 ‘ye have compassed this mountain long enough turn you northward’ We are so encumberred and consumed with the fear of tomorrow and which have so blinded are eyes that we cannot see the opportunities lying ahead of us. We dont want to fail that is why we are ‘contend” with where we are. please we need to leave our comfort zone like you said, face the future. If you didnt leave your comfort zone and take that bold step you will not be in this country by now.God Bless you

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  21. babajidesalu says:

    Towella,

    Hi, I am so so sorry for this late reply.

    To answer your question, of course Towella, there are loads and I mean loads of foreign wives.

    Being african, you would not even notice the difference. You will be surprised at the number of “Kaunda” wives that are resident in Nigeria.

    The more, the merrier. Ensure you begin to learn how to cook local dishes, this will help and if you can not now, then you will soon find your self making friends with other Nigerian ladies and you will catch on.

    I promise you, nothing to fear. If there can be Zambians in the UK, why wouldn’t there be in Nigeria.

    Thanks for stopping by and keep in touch.

    God bless and regards to your hubby…tell him “about time too”

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  22. Towella says:

    My husband and I are thinking of relocating to Nigeria – well he is anyway because he is Nigerian. i am from Zambia on the other hand. Can you tell me are there other ‘foreign’ wives over there …I am excited about the move but I am now getting butterflies in my tummy as I have never been there and the only experience of a typical Nigerian has been at church, in Peckham and Thamesmead….:)

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  23. tito says:

    Pls can i ask u n blogville for help. m relocatin to naija n want to find out prices of renting in lagos. Also does anyone know about d mowe project? thanks. pls

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Hi Tito,

      The Mowe project? That I have never heard of.

      Tito, there are countless number of property projects going on in Nigeria.

      On prices for renting in Lagos, I will kindly direct you to visit Castles Magazine online -http://www.castlesweekly.com/

      I hope this is helpful and thanks for stopping by.

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  24. plastiQ says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog/website and for leaving a comment. Hope you’ll help spread the word about the project?
    Thank you

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  25. Leo says:

    Hi Jide,
    ..been a while..i guess some of the Rockshock crowds are still in the hack ..trade.. lol

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  26. Banke Faj says:

    Jide, It’s nice to see that you’ve followed your dream. Good things come to those who wait!!!

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    1. babajidesalu says:

      Banky,

      As you can see, I am loving every moment of it. What is the most rewarding of this experience so far are people taking time to write comments. Just like you.
      Thank you so much for dropping by and I am certain you will come back. Warmest regards to Oyinka.

      Jide

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