Sometimes having a power bank is not enough, because it will periodically need recharging, and if you cannot find an electric power source, your mobile phones will not get charged from it: you’ll be stuck with a dead power bank and mobile,
Lack of regular electricity in Nigeria makes the above scenario a persistent reality, making mockery of people’s efforts to invest in electricity dependent power banks.
In a bid to find a solution, I purchased and have been using a Solar Rechargeable Power Bank for a while now, which can also be recharged using public power supply as well as inside a car.
As you can imagine, my frequent traveling lifestyle makes this kind of multi featured power bank attractive to me.
The good thing is that when I’m recharging this power bank using solar energy, I am still able to connect and charge my Blackberry from its 2A outlet USB port. It’s so effective!
This device has so impressed me with its performance, that I’ve decided to buy and give it out to clients who signup for my WMS and/or BOPMS promo offers.
Because they will need their phones powered up as long as possible for use in the projects they sign up for.
For those without solar chargers, who find themselves without access to electricity, this recommended article linked below offers 5 alternative ways to charge mobile devices without electricity.
You’re reading [Recommended] 5 Alternative Ways To Charge A Mobile Without Electricity [Hint: Why I’m Offering a Solar and Electricity Rechargeable Power Bank Gift to clients who signup for my Web Marketing/BOPMS offers] by Tayo Solagbade, originally posted on his Daily Self-Development (SD) Nuggets™ blog. If you loved reading this post, be sure to follow Tayo on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
On 4th May 2014, Tayo’s 9 year old domain (Spontaneousdevelopment dot com), was taken over by Aplus.net. Within a few days however, Tayo used his advanced self-taught web development skills to build (and move his website contents into) a SUPERIOR “reincarnation” at http://www.tayosolagbade.com.
Most URLs bearing the old domain name appearing in search engines should now work if “spontaneousdevelopment.com” is replaced with “tayosolagbade.com”. If you experience any difficulties finding a page or document, email Tayo at tksola dot com.
Click “Tayo, What Happened to SpontaneousDevelopmentDotCom?” to read a detailed narrative about how the above event occurred :-))
Here’s an article Tayo wrote, to inspire others to defy adversity, and bounce back to even greater reckoning at what they do EVERY time:
Succeed by Emerging from Adversity Like a Phoenix (TayoSolagbade.com launches extra Hosting plan with FREE Web Marketing!)
And he wrote the one below, to explain why losing a domain name, no matter how old NO LONGER determines your online success or otherwise: