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Top 3 Ways to Earn Money with Your Blog in Nigeria

I know you have a blog or you will like to have it, but you are still thinking how to earn from it. The act of making money from your blog is called blog monetization and it can be very profitable is you know what you are doing.

It’s always very easy to create a blog but it often times very difficult to make money from it.

The main reason about this is that many bloggers, especially new ones, don’t understand the basics of blogging as well as blog monetization.

There are many blogs in Nigeria that are making as high $120,000 per month while there are thousands of other blogs that don’t make a dime.

These blogs that make huge amount of money per month will always make more money and they are growing while those that are not making any money may never earn at all. That is how it is.

So, If you are earning money from your blog, this article might help you to increase your revenue. If you are not earning at all, this article will guide you on the best ways you can earn money from your blog.

There are many ways you can earn from your blog. I want to give you the best ways to earn money from blog in Nigeria

1. Google Adsense

This is one of the best ways you can earn tangible money from your blog.

Google Adsense is a pay per click advertising network that allows the owners of blogs or website to earn money from their blog when user click on the advert place on their blog.

Google Adsense pays every month when you reach the payment threshold of $100.

2. Request People to Advertise on your Blog

If your blog have a reasonable traffic, create a page and name it “Advertise with Us”. Reach out to potential advertisers and negotiate on a reasonable advertising fees.

They will pay you in a monthly basis. Linda Ikeji makes millions of Naira monthly from this method on her blog.

Try it and see if you will not smile on every pay day.

3. Affiliate Program

The emergence of eCommerce Stores like Jumia, Konga and other has revolutionize blog monetization in Nigeria. Before, you will need to have a routed Pay Pal account to make money from affiliate marketing.

Now the story have changed. You can make huge daily income from Jumia and Konga affiliate program. in 2015, the owner of NigeriaTechGuide was the first blogger to make N1 Million from Konga affiliate.

Many bloggers like Jide of Ogbonge Blog and other are earning much money from these affiliate program. Just refer a friend from your blog to buy from any of the stores and they will pay you commission if the person buys from your link.

That is it…

There are many other ways to earn from your blog but those are the Top 3 ways you can achieve that. The amount of money you can make depends on your knowledge of blogging and your blogging niche.

[Read Also: The Difference Between Blog and Website]

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