Country Nomad Blog — rural internet

How Rural Farmers can Leverage the Internet to reach New Customers


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

A Way For Farmers To Reach Customers Anywhere In Rural America Agricultural communities are the backbone of the American Economy. Farmers provided over 128.3 billion dollars gross in 2021 to the American economy.  Rural America is home to the vast majority of farmers therein, making the availability and utilization of high-speed internet to rural America even more critical. Here are a few ways high-speed Internet can impact rural farming: Precision Farming: Like highways, railways and waterways are essential to the rural farmer, to move food, fiber, and even fuel across the country, so is rural internet. With high-speed internet connectivity,...

Read more →

Getting Internet in the Countryside Rocks!


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

  The word “Rural America” may mean scenic landscapes to some; to others, it may mean cleaner air and fewer people, but to my kids, it means slow internet or, as they call it, “Rural Internet.” I didn’t even know it was a real word until I googled it. It turns out Rural Internet, according to Wikipedia, refers to the “characteristics of Internet service in rural areas (also referred to as "the country" or "countryside"), which are settled places outside towns and cities.” Ouch! So let’s take a look at the reasons Rural Internet is a thing and what can...

Read more →

Moving to a Rural Area?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

I have to be honest; sometimes it gets tiring to live in a big city. At some point, you’re sick and tired of the traffic and all the people. So many people. And as an increasing number of people get disillusioned with the big city life, there is a massive exodus of people to small towns. And it’s not just older people. Research shows there’s a significate number of young people relocating to small towns.  Wide-open fields, the sun, trees, greenery, beaches, and maybe a few animals.  It starts to sound super nice when right now you’ve been stuck in...

Read more →

Want to go off the Grid? Here’s What You Need To Know


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Sometimes you need to go off the grid. But then you remember you have a thousand and one things to keep track of. That’s where going off the physical grid but maintaining a virtual presence comes into play, instead of going off to a monastery with no internet connection.  It might surprise you to know that 1 in 5 Americans experience some form of mental illness each year, according to the National Alliance on Mental illness.  The most common cause of mental illness among everyday Americans is stress and a feeling of being overwhelmed.  Going off the grid has the...

Read more →

What Wi-Fi is Available Near Me?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

If you’re about to move into a new home or you just would like better wireless internet in your current one, you’ve probably been looking into all your options for “Wi-Fi near me.” Wi-Fi is far too important to keep using slow, unreliable internet when other options are usually available. The problem is that with some internet service providers, the search can be complicated.  With Nomad Internet, we make the process of finding Wi-Fi near you easy! You can quickly find what plans are available for your area and contrast the different features of each. Read this quick guide so...

Read more →