Shakir Akorede

Shakir Akorede

Founder of 501 Words

Shakir Akorede is a writer, digital entrepreneur and the founder of 501 Words. He's equally a researcher and a young professional in foreign policy.

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How To Boost Your Career With Online Personal Branding

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Four Strategies To Help Small Businesses Increase Customer Retention

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Steve Jobs Invented the iPhone But Warned It Was No Substitute for Networking Face-to-Face

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3 Signs It's a Smart Time to Sell Your Online Business

Running a company takes one set of skills. Fully capitalizing on beckoning opportunities requires another -- and an awareness of your market.

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