When it comes to making money legitimately, there are many online businesses in Nigeria. You and I know that there is nothing that is as sweet as financial freedom, especially when you are free in deed.
I mean, not the kind of financial where you will have to dress up by 8 am to see your bed next 8 pm.
That is truly not freedom, or am I missing anything?
Well, we’ll be seeing 7 out of the so many internet businesses that pay daily.
There are so many online businesses in Nigeria, but not all pay on a daily.
Some like blogging, pay everyday, and once a month, depending on the way(s) you chose to monetize.
We’d be seeing some of the easiest ways to make money daily online as a Nigerian.
How To Make Money Online Daily As A Nigerian
There are so many ways to make money online daily as a Nigerian.
We’d be seeing some of them and how you can get started.
Blogging is one of my favorite ways of making money online. If you have been following this blog for a while now, you’ll know that I hardly don’t talk about it.
Blogging can simply be defined as the running and monetizing of a blog. A blog is a media website, and you update it regularly.
There are so many ways of making money from your blog.
Some of the niches (things) you can blog about include news, sports, fashion, food, lifestyle, technology and health.
Basically, you can blog about anything you feel like, though some pay more than the others.
Aside blogging, freelance writing is also another amazing way of making money online.
It involves writing for people and getting paid for it. There is no limit to what you will be asked to write on, and no maximum word count.
I have been asked to write articles more than 10,000 words, and even on niches I have never, and will never hear about again.
If you can master copyrighting, it will help you both as a freelancer and with marketing of your own products and services.
There are courses online that you can purchase, or spend your time (and data) on YouTube learning them.
In case you are looking to get started with freelance writing, you can check out this ebook.
It covers everything including Facebook groups and Twitter handles you can join/follow to begin to get writing jobs.
There are also more than 200 website that pay writers in the ebook, and they’re all amazing.
Affiliate marketing is another very lucrative way of making money online daily as a Nigerian.
It involves referring clients and customers to business owners, and earning commissions.
You can check out these 10 most lucrative affiliate marketing platforms for Nigerians.
I will however advise you not to focus on Nigerian based affiliate marketing programs, but combine them with the foreign ones.
The Nigerian companies pay well, but we are not yet as advanced as other countries and don’t shop so well online.
After affiliate marketing, another way of making ‘dope’ money daily as a Nigerian without selling your own products is drop shipping.
It is a kind of internet business where you sell what you don’t have.
You can go to an online store and see their pairs of shoes at $24. You advertise the shoes on your own website at $34 and once you get an order, you enter the person’s address and place your own order.
The shipment will go to him/her directly, while you make your own profit.
If you want to learn more about dropshipping as a Nigerian, please refer to this article.
One of the reasons I prefer drop shipping to normal ecommerce is that your products don’t get to stick with you unsold.
Ecommerce is another amazing way of making money online daily as a Nigerian.
Simply put, it means selling something online. You can sell anything from fashion items to gadgets and even household and kitchen items online.
Even jewelries and cosmetics are good deals, and you can be selling everyday with good advertisement.
To succeed as an internet marketer in Nigeria, you need a business website and a store on Konga and/or Jum
I have taught how to get a Jumia store in a previous article, and you can check it out.
Digital marketing is also one of my best online businesses in Nigeria. It simply means the sell of digital (intangible) products.
Some of these include ebooks, podcasts, videos and software.
One of the major advantages of digital marketing is that the products never run out, and you do not have to bother about deliveries.
You can do it in three steps:-
Launch a product eg ebook
Get a website and sign up for payment processors like Gumroad (for foreigners) and Paystack. They will help you process the payments and deliver, while you sleep.
Advertise your products and rake in money.
That’s all! It looks so easy right?
It actually isn’t. You can check out these 4 tips on how to breakthrough as a digital marketer in Nigeria.
Information marketing is another huge, but mostly underrated oil mill.
Anything you can do can fetch you money online. Take for instance, I learnt how to create working PayPal accounts in Nigeria.
I wrote it down in my Microsoft Words and converted it to PDF free online.
The ebook has sold more than 150 copies, and I didn’t spend a dime advertising it.
In fact, if you can be a good blogger, you won’t be paying anyone any $$$ to advertise your stuff, at least except you need a target audience via Facebook, Twitter or Google ads.
There are so many other things you can write about, and you can even purchase other people’s works, rewrite and republish.
There are so many other ways of making money online daily as a Nigerian. I limited my list to 7, since these are almost my favourite.
There are so many ways of making money online, and you cannot even participate in all.
Take one, two or three, focus on them and grow. You can always diversify!
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