Lagos Post Online re-brands, to set pace in online journalism

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With a positive result of innovative and introduction of additional modern technology into social media, Nigeria’s online newspaper, has moved a step further in rebranding, repackaging and reinvigorating.
The new Lagos Post Online is being handled and managed by versatile and experience journalists with decades of experience in journalism.
These set of media experts have worked in various notable dailies and traversed across the country with global touch and ideas.
The rebranding of Lagos Post Online became necessary so as to meet the demand of the readers in term of wider information gathering and dissemination of vital investigative information to the general populace.
The decision was also made in order to give its public the best of journalism with content that is concise, short and simple and therefore exciting to readers as well as identifying with the economic realities, which has affected the subscribing powers of the average citizen.
The introduction of repackage and rebranding Lagos Post Online is the outcome of deliberate and painstaking research aimed at retaining the loyalty of existing public as well as drawing the interest of a new set of audience mainly young people unto online reading. The content of the medium are purely analytical and development oriented.
This will enable the medium to meet international standard and compete favourably with other medium globally.
One of the innovative ideas added to the international online medium, Lagos Post Online is a feature that will enable readers to read the original content published in English language in local language like Yoruba and others.
According to Damilare Bankole, the managing editor,, this is a right step in a right direction, looking at the high number of people across the world who are online searching for good news content.
Adding that Lagos Post Online is open to all business across the world and ready to partner with organisations for events, conferences and also with governments, institutions, Corporations, NGOs etc. across the world.
In 2018, Lagos Post Online partnered with organisations like African Trades Investments Global Summit (ATIGS2018) in Washington DC, US, Commonwealth African Summit (CAS) in London and African Export Conference (Afriexport) in Lagos, Nigeria. So, we are still open for more partnership and business that will benefit both parties.

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