CONSTRUCTION OF FINGERPRINT DOOR ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS AND BIOMETRICS.
Security has been playing a key role in many of our places like offices, institutions, libraries, laboratories etc. in order to keep our data confidentially so that no other unauthorized person could have an access on them. Nowadays, at every point of time, we need security systems for protection of valuable data and even money. This paper presents a fingerprint based door opening system which provides security which can be used for institutions and various organizations etc..,. There are other methods of verifying authentication through password, RFID but this method is most efficient and reliable. To provide perfect security to the door access and to make the work easier, this project is taking help of two different technologies viz. EMBEDDED SYSTEMS and BIOMETRICS. Unauthorized access is prohibited by designing a lock that stores the fingerprints of one or more authorized users. Fingerprint is sensed by sensor and is validated for authentication. If the fingerprint matches, the door will be opened automatically otherwise the buzzer connected to an audio amplifier will be activated so that the people near the surroundings will get an alert.
TABLE OF CONTENT
1.1Background to the study
1.2 Statement of the problem
1.3 Aims and Objective of the study
1.4 Scope and Limitations of the study
1.5 Significance of the study
1.9 Operational definition of terms
2.2 Overview of Access Control
2.2.1 Types of Access Control
2.2.2. Multi-factors of Access Control
2.3 Related Works
2.4 Adaptive Biometric Systems
2.4.1 History Of Biometrics
2.6 Biometric techniques
2.6.1 Fingerprint technologies
2.8 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Biometrics
2.9 Implementation of Biometrics
3.1 Construction Methodology
3.2 Design Analysis and Component
3.3 Circuit Diagram and Processing/Control Unit
3.4 Description of Major Components Used
4.1 Mode of Operation
4.2 Construction Procedure And Testing
4.3 Construction of the Finger Print Reader System
4.4 Performance and Evaluation
4.5 Economic Benefit of the Project
4.6 System Training
4.7 Project Maintainability
4.8 Summary Discussion
1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY
Biometric systems have overtime served as robust security mechanisms in various domains. Fingerprints are the oldest and most widely used form of biometric identification. The use of fingerprint for identification has been employed in law enforcement for about a century. A much broader application of fingerprint is for personal authentication, for instance to access a computer, a network, an ATM machine, a car or a home.
Electronic lock using fingerprint recognition system is a process of verifying the fingerprint image to open the electronic lock. This project highlights the development of fingerprint verification. Verification is completed by comparing the data of authorized fingerprint image with incoming fingerprint image. Then the information of incoming fingerprint image will undergo the comparison process to compare with authorized fingerprint image.
Access control is a fundamental issue of any security system, and it is mainly devoted to checking the truthfulness of users’ claimed identity, in order to both verify personal access rights and support tracing and logging services. Access control implies authorization, and it strongly relies on identity analysis and authentication. Within a company structure, the requirements and rules that preside over the access control may differ with respect to different locations, expected actions, and functions of principals. Moreover, they can vary over time. The main focus of this paper is authentication (i.e., the process of confirming the identity of an entity), and its deployment in a real context within a company security system where it should be responsible for regulating the main access and the transit to the different zones inside the company itself.
Authentication involves the verification of the validity of at least one form of identification (e.g., documents, digital certificate, biometric identifiers, etc.). The most interesting approach for identity assessment falls into the category “checking something that the user is or does” as the factors of authentication, known as inherence factors. Examples of inherence factors are static or dynamic Biometric parameters like face, fingerprint, iris, retinal pattern, signature, voice, etc. These biometric identifiers are distinctive and measurable characteristics which can be used to label and describe individuals in an almost unique way. There are several advantages in using biometrics: they cannot be lost or forgotten, and they require the person under recognition to be present at the check point.
The general trend of human nature always longing for security Physically, Mentally and Socially. Fingerprint based security access control and time attendance systems are used for all kinds of office and service sector operations in the day today environment. Fingerprint System based access control is more secured as compared to the conventional swipe card or ID cards because of the exclusive fingerprint for every entity (according to Engert, Gerald J., 1964).
Fingerprint Security Systems have fascinated people for centuries. They have been used as a method of personal identification since ancient times. The two key aspects of most of the Fingerprint System biometric solutions are Finger Print identification and authentication. The process of identification tells you who an individual is, or in the negative sense tells you who they are not. Fingerprints Security is examined using two different sets of criteria. One way of looking at Fingerprint Security System is using their “Class Characteristics”.
Finger Print Security Systems can be used to get rid of so many issues such as Physical Access Control, Health care Biometrics, Fingerprint and Biometrics Locks, Biometric Sensors and Detectors, RFID Tags (Johnson, P. Lee 1973).
1.2 AIMS AND OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT
The aim of this research is to construct a fingerprint Access Control System.
The objectives of this research are;
To construct a device that utilizes fingerprint recognition technology to allow access
To develop a program that will work with a biometric device and increase accuracy in information access.
To ensure an advanced technology in security, risk management, reduced cost etc.
Software that will increase the level of data integrity.
To enable dissemination of information among system constitutes.
To increase accuracy in information security.
3.0 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
The listed below are the components used in the construction:
3.1 MATERIAL USED FOR FINGERPRINT ASSESS CONTROL SYSTEM
Display LCD (Liquid Crystal Display )
Finger Print Module
4.2 CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURE AND TESTING
4.3 CONSTRUCTION OF THE FINGER PRINT READER SYSTEM
Initial display on LCD when power is turned on.
Step 1: When power is supplied to the board, the first displays on the LCD.
Fig.4.3.1 Experimental observation
Step 2: LCD display the welcome note scan fingerprint.
Fig.4.3.2 Indication to scan the finger
Fig.4.3.3 scanning the finger
4.4 Performance and Evaluation
This was conducted to determine how the system responds to inputs from the sensors to see its performance. Figures 6-9 show the pictures of the implemented work being tested.
Figure 6 shows the initial stage with the door locked with the LCD displaying “INSERT FINGERPRINT ON SENSOR”. When a finger was placed on the fingerprint scanner, and it was recognized, the LCD displayed “ACCESS GRANTED” as shown in Figure 7. Figure 8 shows the system granting access to a registered user by displaying “ACCESS GRANTED” together with the name of the registered user. At the same time, the door slides open when the fingerprint sensor senses the registered fingerprint. The buzzer also makes a sound during this period. Figure 9 shows the system denying access to an unrecognized fingerprint.
Figure 6: Picture of the system at its initial state
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Before you start to make this DIY drone, you need to know which components are needed to build it; if you want it to fly, of course.
Here is a basic list of the components you’ll need in order to build yourself a drone:
Frame: there are two possibilities when it comes to a frame for your drone. You can make it yourself or buy it in an online store, and for a wide choice of high-quality frames, we suggest checking out our article about best drone frames. If you decide to build it yourself, the project is not that difficult, but you’ll need some engineering knowledge and knowledge of the materials you are going to use. For instance, you can use metal (something light), plastic, or even wood slats. If you opt for a wooden frame, you’ll need a wood board which is about 2.5 cm thick.
Motors: For an ordinary quad, you will need 4 motors in total, but an octocopter requires eight motors to fly. The recommendation is to use brushless motors – they are lighter on the battery and, unless you are an engineer who completely understands how a motor works, these pieces should be bought from a store. You can also get more familiar with them by reading our article about drone motors.
ESCs or electronic speed control: these are also essential pieces of your drone as they are in charge of delivering power to the motors. Again, their number depends on the number of arms your drone is going to have.
Propellers: When looking for the propellers, you must find the ones that match the frame of your drone. Pay attention to materials – you won’t find wooden propellers, but you must make sure the ones you choose are a good fit.
Connectors:You will need 3.5 mm connectors to weld the motors and ESCs, as well as 4.5 mm connectors for the power distribution board.
The power distribution board – this board connects the electronic speed controls to the battery.
Batteries:When purchasing the batteries for your drone, you need to consider the capacity of a battery and its type. The most used batteries for this purpose are Li-Po batteries and their power differs. To have a much better insight on this topic, we strongly suggest checking out article about drone batteries.
Battery monitor:This is not an elementary item, but the monitor is quite useful in warning you when the batteries are close to finishing. This way you don’t risk having the drone remain out of juice in the air, over a pond. A battery monitor ensures that your aerial vehicle won’t die in the most inopportune place.
Mounting pad:It reduces the vibrations, and thus improves the flight. This one is very useful especially if you are trying to take pictures or videos with your DIY drone.
Controller: This device shares the power and commands the motors at the same time.
RC receiver:Of course, if you have a transmitter (which is usually with you), you’ll also have a receiver mounted on the drone.
Camera:If you want to take aerial photos and record the surroundings while flying your drone, you will need a camera. The best cameras are those that can take the quality 4K videos, but everyone will find one according to their needs. For high-quality aerial photography and videography, you might also need a gimbal for the camera.
USB key:This is necessary to save the photos and videos.
Aside from the above-mentioned parts, you will also need AWG silicone wires, a battery charger, Servo lead wire cables, zip ties, 3M command strips, thread locking compounds, etc. In addition to these components, you can also embed other accessories to your drone and make it more advanced.
In other words, there are many, many ways to build a drone, and depending how much of it you truly want to make DIY, these steps will vary and the necessary components will change. The guide below will provide you with insight into the DIY process for a quadcopter.
There are different types of drones, but people find quadcopters to be more efficient, as they are easy to fly.
So for this step-by-step guide, we have focused on showing you how to build a quadcopter with pieces that you can buy separately:
Step 1: Making the Frame
No matter what your drone is going to be, it must have a frame. So, the first task is to make a frame. For this purpose, you can use different materials, such as metal, plastic, or wood. These materials will differ based on how sturdy you intend the drone to be.
If you select wood for the frame, find a wood board that is longer than 60 cm and about 25-30 mm thick. Cut up this board in such a way to get two laths which are 60cm long and 30mm wide. These two lengths are required to make the structure of your future quad.
Crossing these two laths you’ll make the X frame. Also, you will need a wooden sheet in order to make and add a rectangular piece in the central part of this frame. Its size should be 6×15 cm, and about 2mm thick.
Of course, you can use other dimensions if you like, but these will get you a pretty nice quad. To connect these parts, you will need nails and glue. In case you decide to go with metal or plastic, the dimensions are similar but the way you connect the laths together is going to be different.
Check out our suggestions for the best-premade frames which you can use as a base for your project:
Step 2: Propellers, Electronic Speed Controllers, and Motors
The ESCs (Electronic Speed Controllers), the motors, and the propellers are among the most important elements of a functional drone. So, you should get these components from an authorized store to ensure quality and reliability. They must be in accordance with the size of your drone, so bare this in mind when buying them. Do not be afraid to ask for assistance from someone at the store.
When looking for the motors (or rotors), you should know that multi-rotor drones produce greater speed and ensure a stable flight, as each rotor works with other’s thrust points. For example, check out these rotors:
For the propellers, we suggest you buy the metal 9-inch props you can find at a very affordable price on the market. These are durable and won’t bend so easily if the drone hits something during flight. However, if you want better performance, it would be better to get carbon props.If you want good performance we recommend you to get any of these:
And finally, you need to pick up some ESCs (Electronic Speed Controllers), if you don’t want 4 of these (keep in mind we’re talking about a quad here) you can buy the 4 in 1 controller. We would suggest these models, which are great and stable:
The next thing you need to do is drill the holes in the frame for the motors, according to the distance between the screws holes on the motors. It would be good to make another hole that will allow the clip and shaft of the motor to move freely.
However, you may skip this action if the motors already came with mountings. Put the motor in the appropriate place and fix it to the frame using the screws and a screwdriver.
Step 4: Mount the Electronic Speed Controllers
After mounting the motors, you also have to mount the speed controllers. How will you do this? It is recommended to connect the speed controllers on the bottom side of the frame due to several reasons which involve the functionality of the drone. These reasons, among others, include that it will “unload” the upper side of the drone where other components should be added.
In order to fix the ESC very well to the frame, you need to use zip ties. This way, your ESCs are tied down and well secured while flying.
Step 5: Add the Landing Gear
This gear is an important part when landing your UAV because it significantly reduces the shock when the drone lands on a solid ground. It can be made in different ways, but you should be creative and make it in your own, unique way.
Here’s one idea: find a metal pipe (about 6 inches in diameter) and cut off (with the appropriate tools) 4 rings that will be 1-2 cm thick. Of course, the size of these rings should be in accordance with the general size of your drone. You can then use duct tape to fix these pieces to the frame.
If you don’t like this metal pipe idea, you can also use other materials that are flexible but strong, such as some new plastics, or anything that will reduce shock.
Step 6: Flight Controller
Every flying drone must have a control system. This electronic system allows a drone to be stable in the air while flying and processes all the shifts and changes in direction and the wind.
There are two options when it comes to this step:
First, and the easier option, is to buy a ready-to-use controller. With the second option being that you make it yourself.
For this work, you can use one of the following source flight controller projects:
ArduPilot: An expensive but a very good hardware for drone controllers with great performance. It features an automated flight mode.
OpenPilot CC3D: This superb open-source flight project contains 6 channels and the MPU-6000 It is very easy to set up and install, and there is a wizard guide that leads you through the installation. Even better, this open project is now available through different sources on the web.
NAZE32: Very flexible but a bit complicated to set up. It has the advanced fliers which improve the control over your drone, but you must make sure you can actually set it up.
KK2: This is one of the most used projects for this purpose since it is cheaper than most other sources of that ilk. It comes with LCD that is based on the advanced AVR controllers. Thus, you can set it up without using a computer. Also, it has the MPU6050 has a sensor, which allows you to write your firmware. However, KK2 requires manual tuning and it is not convenient for RC beginners.
If you want to make a controller yourself, you should opt for one of these projects that best suits your needs. Follow the links above to do some more research, and examine the individuals features of each in more detail. It is very complicated to construct such a device and requires an expert drone technician. But if you are able, your drone will be the ultimate “do-it-yourself” aerial vehicle.
Step 7: Choosing a Right RC Tx-Rx (Wireless Remote Control System)
This is the remote control system that is needed to control a drone.
There are various available RC control systems nowadays, like Futaba, Spektrum, Turnigy, FlySky, and so on. You can find more details and do research on all of these systems here:
In addition to this system, you’ll also need a few channels for yaw, pitch, throttle, and roll, as well as the additional channels if you want to mount a camera control to your drone for some aerial photography.
Step 8: Mount the Flight Controller
Once you choose the particular flight controller that is best for your needs, you need to mount it. There are several ways to mount it. For instance, you can place it on the top of the frame in a certain direction, but you need to make sure that all the components are fixed well before calibrating your drone. For this purpose, you can also use the zip ties which were mentioned above.
It is recommended to put a small piece of sponge on the underside of the flight controller because it absorbs and reduces the vibrations from the motors. Thus, your drone will be more stable while flying, and stability is key to fly a drone.
Step 9: Connect the Open Pilot to Your Drone
The next thing you have to do is to configure and connect the flight controller to the electronic speed controllers.
Also, you have to connect it to the remote control. In order to see how to do this step, you will need to find an appropriate tutorial video on the web for the particular flight controller you have previously mounted.
Before you finally use your drone, you must be sure that everything works well. Therefore, you have to check out all the functions before the first flight. You can test the sensors as well as other components of your drone using the special OpenPilot GCS.
To make sure that everything works well, you need to take off the props and make a small experiment with the remote control. This ensures that you can test the drone without risking the potential of breaking it.
For this test, you should find a suitable place and try to move your drone within its control distance. Pay attention to the zip ties and cables to make sure that they are connected well. When everything is okay, your drone is ready to fly!
Be sure not to cut any corners in this step, it is imperative to test everything in detail before actually flying the drone. You would not want your drone’s first flight to be its last after all!
Step 11: Takeoff
This is the last (and dare I say, most important) step. Before taking off, the battery must be well connected and all the components must be fixed in place. For the test flight, you need to choose a location carefully, since this aircraft can cause serious damages and can be damaged as well. It is best to choose an open, flat area, so that you do not run the risk of damaging anything with your drone, or vice versa. Also, you will ensure that you can see your drone at all times.
Place your quad on the ground, put it into operation, take the flight controller, and get started with your first flight. It’s recommended that you slowly throttle up your drone, and fly it at low altitude for the very first time. Thus, if it starts coming down out of control, the damage won’t be that significant.
If the drone starts drifting in one direction, you have to use the trims in order to make the necessary flight correction. Also, you should try out different PID values to see how your drone works in various inputs until you get exactly what you want.
In this article, we managed to briefly cover the pieces and the steps to make in order to build a drone from scratch, but you should consider learning more. What’s more, there are also many “intermediate steps” in addition to the basic steps we just described. It is simply the fact that due to the multitude of types of drones, component, programs, and accessories, that there are many ways to build a drone depending on the complexity of drone you are planning to make.
So, what will be the final conclusion when it comes to the do-it-yourself unmanned aircraft? In any case, they are not going to be serious competitors to the ready-to-use drones on the market, especially if they are made by the amateurs.
This general gap in quality between DIY and ready-to-use drones applies to both features and appearance. However, people who build the UAVs from scratch usually don’t want to compete with the commercial drones, they simply do it for pleasure. It is indescribable joy when you take off your do-it-yourself aircraft in the air! People who want to build a drone likely just want to learn a new skill, and take pride in something that they have built themselves, regardless of how high-performance the end result may be.
Another big consideration is the total cost for such a drone. Because there are so many potential variables, components, and programs involved, the cost can really fluctuate. The cost will depend on the components you are going to use if you are considering additional accessories. However, as a general benchmark, the total costs for the entire project range from $200 to $300 for an ordinary quadcopter.
Aside from this amount, you also should consider the cost of the camera and if you are going to use a drone for aerial recording and taking high-quality photos as well.
If you check out the prices on the Amazon and other similar websites, you will see that you can buy an advanced drone that supports aerial photography for a similar amount as a DIY drone. However, the satisfaction of having built your own drone does not have a price tag, and often you just want to have the experience of flying something that you have built!
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If you are not a techy person or you have little or no idea of website building, the thought of starting your own online business or bringing your offline business online can be so terrifying.
Here Is What I Realized
I found out it is cheaper, time and energy saving if you use an expert to set up your blog from scratch.
With the help of my team, we have been able to find an affordable and easy solution for our clients and take out the fear and stress of that huge step of running their online business.
Let’s help you set up your blog in 7 days from now. Do not Struggle with the technology, we can get this done for you
We know that setting up a blog can be a terrifying thought, especially when you are not geeky. To remove all the tech headaches of setting up your blog.
Everything will be done for you. Our Professional WordPress Blog Setup Service is cheaper than doing it all by yourself.
Introducing…The WordPress Blog Setup Service. Let Us Build Your Website For You!
Our WordPress Blog Setup Service provides you with a ready-made WordPress website, with a premium theme installed and mobile optimized responsive.
With Https Current Industry Standards
The blogging world is changing and Https://www. is the new trend. You will have a unique ‘‘Secure or green Padlock” Logo to show Google and your blog visitors that your website is secure.
When you have SSL installed on your site, visitors would stay longer on your website which would result in more website conversion and search engine ranking.
Our WordPress blog setup package comes with a year Positive Site Secure Lock from Comodo! Isn’t that fantastic?
When You Have SSL Installed On Your Website, You Will Enjoy The Following Benefits
Higher Online Sales
Better Conversion Rates
Higher Click Through Rate
Reduce Bounce Rate
Less Shopping Cart Abandonment
Increased Customer Confidence
More visits by the same shopper
Increased Customer Loyalty
Increased awareness and confidence in your brand
Comodo is the BIGGEST Certificate Authority in the SSL game, and given its massive product offering, chances are Comodo has the perfect security solution for you.
Situated on the corner of affordable and premium, Comodo has made a name for itself by providing top-notch SSL Certificates. And this is what you will get alongside your Blog set up service.
Also, as you begin your blogging career, you will want to know how to add contents to your blog, write your first blog post, add pages to your blog, etc. As a bonus, you will get free advanced blogging for cash course that will take you by the hand and show you step by step how to get any of these done.
The WordPress Blog Setup Service Is Actually Cheaper Than Doing it yourself Trust me, you will spend more if you were to build the same website yourself.
If you were to set up the same website yourself, here are the things you will spend money on
Domain name – (this will be the name of your blog e.g. www.blogtoearncash.com) This typically cost between 12-15 dollars/year (₦4,500 – ₦5,600 per year)
Hosting – (this is where your website lives on the internet) A very good web hosting package, suitable for blogging would cost at least 100 dollars/year (₦37,000 per year).
A premium theme – With a premium theme, your blog would have that professional look and feel you have always dreamt of. A premium theme cost between $55-$89(₦20,500 – ₦33,000)
Positive SSL from Comodo – ( HTTPS is the Current Industry Standard: https://www.yourwebsitename.com is the new trend. With the green padlock on your website, you will be able to tell your site visitors that your website is secure and this would also boost your SEO ranking from Google.
The cost for SSL and installation is ₦13,000/$40 per year.
A premium website logo – A very good website logo would cost you at least $15/₦5,000
The total cost you would need to set up a professional WordPress blog is ₦92,500/$256 and that is how we arrived at the conclusion that it is much more cheaper if we set up the blog for you.
Apart from the fact that we are taking away the stress and the headaches of setting up a blog from you, you are also going to save a lot of money in the process.
Our Total Blog Set Up Package is ₦20,000/$54.91 Only
That’s correct! To take away all the tech headaches of setting up your blog, everything will be done for you.
The premium theme we are going to install for you ALONE costs $89 i.e. about ₦33,000. You are not only saving that, but you are also saving days or even weeks of your own time that could be better invested in building your business in other ways.
What Your ₦20,000/$54.91 Covers
We’ll install the latest version of blogging software on your web hosting account.
WordPress is the most popular blogging software on the web.
Included in the package is a professionally pre-designed premium theme. Specially designed for your Niche.
Our design team will walk you through the process of choosing the domain name of your choice. Your domain name is also known as a URL.
WEB HOSTING ACCOUNT
Your blog comes with a standard Web Hosting package which is highly affordable for beginners who are just getting started with blogging. You can upgrade your plan later.
CUSTOM EMAIL ADDRESS
A customized email address is more professional than a free email address from yahoo.com or gmail.com.
COMODO POSITIVE SSL
We will make your website secure with an SSL certificate which will boost your website SEO and improve user experience.
We will, create an awesome, eye-catching and professional website logo and upload it on your blog.
We’ll create your blog pages (Home, About Us, Contact Us, and other pages you want – listed by you).
We’ll create your blog categories (depending on your niche e.g. latest news, sports, health, entertainment etc.
BONUS ONE- 10 Must-Have Plugins Installed For You
To keep your new blog secure, get traffic to your blog, earn revenue from your blog, stop spam comments, and to help you create amazing blog posts, we will install and activate 10 WordPress plugins as follows:
Anti Spam (For spam protection)
TinyMCE Advanced (Helps with editing and formatting blog)
WP Super Cache (Speeds up your blog loading time)
Ninja Forms (Enables you to create forms)
TinyMCE Spellcheck (Checks your blog content spelling)
Sucuri Security (Protection against hackers)
Yoast SEO (For Search Engine Optimization)
Smush ( For Image Compression and Optimization)
Social Media Auto Publish (Auto Post Articles Directly From Your Blog To Your Social Media Profiles)
Ad Inserter (Use this to add Google Adsense code or other ads code to your blog)
Your Blog set up package comes with these bonuses based on your request
If you want us to include these bonuses in your Blog Set Up Package, please indicate your interest by filling the short form below. Please note, these bonuses are for a limited time only.
So I would advise you to make your payment for the Blog set up service as soon as possible so you don’t miss out on these amazing bonuses.
If you already have an existing website or if you have paid for your web hosting and domain name registration elsewhere, you will only have to pay just ₦25,000/$70 for your blog set up service.
If you have a company website already and you still want a blog on your existing website, it means your blog address would be www.companyname.com/blog
The WordPress Blog Setup Service only covers the tasks above. Any additional changes to your blog beyond the scope of the above imply additional cost and open for negotiation.
Please remember to check your email after leaving this website. We shall be sending you a very important message regarding the blog set up service. If you cannot find the message in your inbox, please check the spam folder.
What Your ₦20,000/$54.91 Does Not Cover
We’re not in charge of managing your blog, this is a one-time setup fee, you are the admin of your blog and the management would be done by you, but not to worry, we will take you by hand on how to add contents to your blog.
We’re not in charge of your blog posts and page posts, (Which Means: You write your blog posts by yourself). BUT, you can send us your PAGE contents for ‘About Us’, Contact Us or any additional pages you will like to include while setting up your blog.
We’re not in charge of marketing your blog and driving traffic to it. Having a blog is different from having a blog business, marketing your blog is solely up to you, but our free basic and advanced blogging for cash course has been so helpful on this topic. The free blogging course would be included as a bonus on your package.
Yes Please! Set Up My WordPress Blog – Just ₦20,000/$54.91
BLOG SET UP FEE
Yearly Renewal Fee For Your Domain Name & Web Hosting Package Is ₦10,000/$40 for one Year.
You Are are free to make Part payment of ₦10,000, when your Blog site is Ready and Active online you make the rest Complete payment.