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How to Change your Google+ Page URL to Custom URL

Google Plus is a Social Networking but it is not simply a social networking website, but also an authorship tool that associates web-content directly with its owners. You can create a page on Google Plus or Business page and link the content of the page to your own Name.

If you have ever create Google Plus page or Google+ Business page before you will discover that the URL of that Page will look like this,

https://plus.google.com/100149618541967707276”.

Google has made it possible for you to change this long URL to custom URL that will be unique to you business page or marketing page. The new custom URL will look like this,

google.com/+naijaonlinebiz.

if have up to 18 people in your Google+ circle or as your Google plus followers, your page will eligible for the change.

Let assumed you have that number of Google+ followers;

To change your Google+ Page URL to custom URL;

  • Log on to your Google plus pageGoogle Plus Custom URL change
  • Click on the Home button on top left hand side of the page,
  •  a drop-down menu will show up, click on  pages
  • Select the page and click on, “manage this page button” at the centre of the pagegoogle plus page
  • If you have up to 18 people on Google+ circle; On your Google+ page, preapproved custom URL information will be displayed at the top page,
  • Click on get URL,  to change your old Google+ page URL to your Desired Custom URL.  how to google plus page URL to custom URL
  • Remember you may not be able to change that URL again

Setup Google Adsense Payment in Nigeria 4 Direct Bank Deposit

New Google Adsense payment for Nigeria via International Wire Transfer

Google Adsense is one best means of Earning Money Online. Many Nigeria bloggers have Google Adsense Account but the difficulties of receiving the Google Adsense Payment have deterred most Nigeria website and blog owners from monetizing their site with Google Adsense. But the good news is here, right here for Nigeria Google Adsense Publishers. The tussling and hassling about adsense payment have just end

 

You can setup your Google Adsense payment method in Nigeria to receive your Google Adsense earning direct into Bank account here in Nigeria, this is now possible because Google has activated the use of International Wire Transfer method for Nigeria Adsense Publishers.

Nigeria Google Adsense publishers can now received their Google Adsense payment directly into their Bank account via international wire Transfer. This is a long awaited adsense payment method as  most Nigeria Google Adsense publishers find it difficult with the; receiving of adsense pin number, Adsense check delivery and clearing coupled with a lots of charges attached.

To setup you Google Adsense Payment method or change your form of adsense payment to international wire transfer;

  • Visit  Google Adsense and log in to your Google Adsense Account
  • Go to your payment setting page
  • Google Asense payment via International Wire Transfer
  • Click on, “Add New form of Payment
  • Fill in the form, your Domicile Account Details

how to setup your Google Adsense here in Nigeria for direct Bank Deposit

GTBANK SWIFT CODE: GTBINGLA

Remember to check or tick the, “set this form of payment as primary” checkbox on the bank account form before saving it

  • Click save to save your payment details. You can revisit the page if you want edit the payment details by clicking on edit button.

Once you click save, the setup is completed. Subsequently, your Google Adsense earning will be sent to your bank account via International Wire Transfer.

 

To get a domicile bank account, visit any GTBank nearest to you and request opening a Domicile bank account with them. You will be given a form to fill, 3 referees having a current bank account with them will be expected to sign the bank account opening form. So, bear this in mind as you go.

Goodluck!

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