Ladies And Gentlemen book (popularly known as LAGbook) today concluded a successful one-month coding session, which aimed at beefing up the user privacy of their over 800,000 registered members by over 80%.
Africa's largest and fastest growing social networking website Ladies And Gentlemen book (popularly known as LAGbook) today announced its partnership with IQ4News.com to provide its 600,000 registered users with in-depth analysis and news on Africa.
Africa's largest social networking website, Ladies And Gentlemen book hit the 500,000 registered member-mark yesterday with an announcement of its partnership with UK-based Music Network MusicVibe to promote Local UK Music in Africa and beyond.
Africa's largest social networking website, LAGbook, has today launched its Background Ads for large corporations and Small to Medium-sized Entreprises. The Background Ads was debuted in the early hours of today with a Dropbox Ad.
Chidi and Chika Nwaogu, founders of Africa's largest social networking website LAGbook are set to launch their online game development company Naija Arts as LAGbook hits the 1,000,000 member-mark in 2013.
Africa's fastest growing social networking website, Ladies And Gentlemen book, today partnered with the South African-based Umuntu Media to introduce a third-party virtual noticeboard app to registered LAGbook users.
Africa's fastest growing social networking website, Ladies And Gentlemen book, today partnered with the American-based social learning network, Einztein to engage registered LAGbook users with Educational Content from Einztein.com.
Chidi Nwaogu, Co-founder, Co-CEO and Co-President at LAGbook, Inc. announced in an email sent earlier today to the team that effective today he resigns as Co-CEO and Co-President at LAGbook due to health issues.
African Social Networking Giant, Ladies And Gentlemen book (LAGbook) today announced its partnership with Dominion Comics to bring local African Comic Strip Contents to its over 300,000 Registered Members.
Following the End of a successful 8 weeks advertising deal with Research In Motion (Blackberry) Nigeria, Chidi Nwaogu, CEO at LAGbook, announced that his twin brother and Co-founder is returning to the management of LAGbook as Co-CEO, after being away for almost 6 months as LAGbook's Non-Executive Chairman.
Prominent African social networking website on the 29th of July, 2012, attracted its 200,000th member and appointed its Vice President of Finance, Josh Osemwegie as its new Company President, the next day. Josh succeeds Saheed Shodipo who was LAGbook's first President and served as its President from 2011 till 30th April, 2012.
Prominent Nigerian social networking website, Ladies And Gentlemen book, popularly known as LAGbook, on 18th June, 2012, signed an 8 weeks sponsorship deal with Research in Motion (Blackberry) Nigeria, valued at N1.2million.