Nigerian Bulletin is a thriving online community and
news platform that offers t latest news stories
and updates from Nigeria. It aims to be a platform that
offers the latest and greatest news and events happening
in Nigeria for Nigerians and the rest of the world to
learn and appreciate.
The site categorizes its content into hubs, namely:
news, article, videos, competitions, market, and
members. The news hub gives up-to-date information
covering social, business, politics, international, and
sports news. The article hub provides readers helpful
articles for living and life covering travel, health,
money, careers, and technology.
The videos hub, as the name indicates, comprises content
in the audio-visual format collated from across the web,
including social media sites such as YouTube, Instagram,
Twitter and Facebook. The competitions hub lets members
engage with a variety of content across the website. The
market hub is dedicated to offering the best of consumer
and business deals in Nigeria. The "members" hub is for
the registered members of the site who enjoy open access
to all content on the site.
NigerianBulletin.com's audience is relatively young,
with the average audience age being 24 years. This
explains why the site has such a major fan base on
social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google
Plus, and also Instagram. Usually, news sites do not
have a presence on photo-centric sites such as Instagram.
Nigerian Bulletin's young audience is perhaps what has
prompted the site to be active on Instagram as well.
As far as numbers go, Nigerian Bulletin gets more than 2
million visitors monthly, and 3 million page views.
There are more than 700,000 Facebook fans, and 15,000
followers and 30,000 members on Twitter and Instagram
Site Design and Content
The site's content and overall design is also quite
young and colorful. Traditional news sites stick to more
neutral tones such as grey, black, white, etc. On
Nigerianbulletin.com, on the other hand, you would see
the less traditional hues such as blue, orange, etc.
However, this flashiness doesn't transcend into the
actual content on the site, which is written and
presented with the traditional poise and responsibility.
Since the site is Nigerian, you would see a lot of
information on the site about and for Nigerians. If
you're looking for Nigerian news with a global take, you
would not be disappointed. However, if you are not too
keen on news and events from Nigeria and prefer more of
a holistic news platform, you'd have to stick to your
conventional news websites.