Adulting is expensive, and the Nigerian economy makes it is worse for young Nigerians to acquire more disposable income. Let’s face it, we need more, more and more money because quite frankly it is the way to go this new year. So perhaps you need other streams of income to pay a few bills or simply to live a life of maximum enjoyment, here are ways to earn extra income from the comfort of your home in Nigeria.
Whether it be in a trustworthy start-up, in crypto, in agriculture, acquiring more assets that increase in value over time is a surefire way to make money, especially in Nigeria.
BECOME AN INFLUENCER OR ONLINE AFFILIATE
If you have a good social media presence or you own an active blog or website, you can earn money by promoting brands, products or services online for different people. This is also known as affiliate marketing. You can even apply to some affiliate programs of notable brands such as Konga or Jumia.
TEACH AN ONLINE CLASS
Do you have skills you are proficient in? These could range from writing to coding to doing nails/hair or doing makeup, your knowledge is something that people want. So do online masterclasses, 7-day programmes, or any avenue where people pay to learn what you know.
HOST AN ONLINE GARAGE SALE
There are always a lot of things lying around that you most likely don’t use anymore. Whether it’s old furniture, your very first melodia dress, shoes you’ve never worn more than once or weaves, depending on their resale value, a good number of items are resellable in Nigeria. Hit up online declutter stores like declutter ng, and Get rid of excesses. There’s always some, you just have to look!
START A SMALL BUSINESS
The internet has brought a lot of flexibility and made life easier especially for business owners. Not only has it allowed small businesses to thrive, but it has also made it easier to get a wider reach to potential customers, to provide easy and quick access to goods and services.
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