Saturday

4Ward.NG Review - Buy Scratch cards Online Easily | WAEC, GCE, NECO, NABTEB and others



The one thing that has never stopped growing in this country is small businesses and startups. Somehow, someone out there is crazy enough to come up with an idea, a solution, something creative enough to tackle an issue in the country.

Two young men created something very unique and useful recently. Something we probably overlooked all this while. It’s called 4Ward NG. 4ward.ng is a web application that sells scratch cards and result checkers online, instantly. You click on the card you want (i.e waec result checker), pay with your ATM card, receive the card details on your phone and email.



We all know you have to leave home to buy your GCE and WAEC result checkers at retail prices. 4 WARD NG sells at lower prices than Cafes and your scratch card details get sent to you immediately purchase is made. It is assured you will receive the card details as it’ll be sent via email and sms. So, if you don’t get it in one, you get it on the other or both channels (Email and SMS).
4Ward.NG
4WARD NG was founded by James John and Okeke Magnus. According to them, food and product delivery is not the only thing we can automate in this country, there are other platforms out there building CBT apps and Exams practice sofwares. 4 Ward NG is here to deliver cards instantly and help make result checking easier

The cards are cheaper than prices anywhere else. You can buy the cards from your couch at Home.

All the cards are delivered to both your phone through SMS and also to your email, instantly. Signing up and usage is free, and they don't charge any extra or hidden fees. and you don't have to subscribe for anything. If cards are out of stock, you can request to be notified via email when they are finally in stock. You can buy the cards anytime. The site is online 24/7

How Does It Work?

  1. Visit 4ward.NG on your phone or computer’s browser
  2. Click on the card you’d like to buy
  3. Pay with your ATM card and have it delivered to your email and phone number instantly.
  4. The delivery is sure, as you don’t just receive the card via email, there’s also SMS, for free. See? Easy.

Check out 4ward.NG today.

Twitter: @4wardNG
Facebook: @4wardNigeria
Instagram: @4wardNG
The Web app: www.4ward.Ng

Monday

Why You are seeing Traffic Referrals from Blackhatworld and Motherboard.Vice.com on Google Analytics

So recently, I started getting and seeing strange referral traffic from Blackhatworld and Vice.Motherborad.com and it's been going on for the past 5 days. When I looked into my Google Analytics. Going further to investigate, I wanted to know the particular page's URL that was referring that traffic on my Analytics, I clicked - Real Time >> Content and found this URL -
motherboard.vice.com and now, blackhatworld
Still I went further and picked up the second URL -
www.blackhatworld.com/seo/this-guy-not-one-f-ck-given.897424/

Someone Spammed Google Analytics, a Russian man precisely...

Upon visiting that URL, I realised from thread that I am not alone, millions of other web masters viewing their Google Analytics are seeing the same thing, someone had spammed Google Analytics, a Russian to be precise and funny he was doing it to show his support for Donald Trump.

The alleged Motherboard spam. It's not us. Image: Paul Anthony / Twitter


Although last month, As Analytics Edge reported in November, websites have noticed referrals from lifehacĸer.com and ɢoogle.com. Check those URLs again; they are not the real Lifehacker or Google domains.

To be clear, this is not anything that VICE or Motherboard is doing. Instead, someone is including a link to the article in their own Google Analytics spam, and seems they had even added Black hat's article to the spam sites.
The likely explanation is Google's “Measurement Protocol,” which allows developers to send data directly to Google Analytics servers. It looks like the traffic is coming from Motherboard, but, in reality, it's not.

Why did He do this?

As you have read in the headline above, it was to support Donald Trump, the Google analytics Spammer wanted the loads of traffic and wanted all the fame and glory on his own Name, his name is VITALY POPOV, we also found out he wanted revenge on Google for blocking his AdSense account some years back.

We had learnt that this is a temporary issue as Google Spam team is looking into it already.

Although there are controversies surrounding his name due to the fact that someone had bought a domain bearing the spammer's name - vitalypopov.com
The man promised to direct the domain where ever the Spammer wants if Only he agrees to stop Spamming Google Analytics.
At the moment of publishing this post, the domain is only redirecting to UrbanDictionary's page that is carrying description of A**Hole.