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50 Ways to Make Money Online in Nigeria with Live Examples

There are many ways you can make money online in Nigeria. Most of the strategies are top secretes and I want to highlight only 50 of them for your inspiration.

While many Nigerians are making it big online, others don’t still believe they that they can make money online here in Nigeria. If you mention the likes Jide of Ogbonge blog, Linda Ikeji, Noble Igwe of 360nobs, Darlington Umeh of and other, you will know that there is money online in Nigeria and all you need is to learn how to tap it.

Making money online is a craft and you have to learn it before you can achieve it. It’s not a days job anyway. Before you can make money online, you need to know at least 50 ways to do so. You can then chose which strategy you can adopt to achieve your goal.

The anatomy of Online Income

Making money from the internet is not different from making money offline. It’s the same process. Provide a value and you will get the money. That’s it.

So, If you want to make money online, first – think of a particular value you can provide and then you can think of way you can adopt to monetize the value. With this simple principle, you are rich already.

Here are the 50 Ways to Make Money Online in Nigeria with Examples.

1. Teach Someone Online

2. Sale Information Product

3. Offer a Service

4. Create a Community

5. Sale Ads Spaces

6. Host Events and Hangouts

7. Start Online Coaching

8. Start Affiliate Program

9. Start your Online Shop

10. Create Online Video Channels


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Ifiokobong Ibanga

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