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12 Easy Ways to Make Money in Nigeria, Inspired by Forbes

     
    It's an amazingly month to make money, and lots of it too, if you try new things.

    I was just reading through how to make more money on FORBES and this were  my handpicked 12 among the 44 ideas they advised. Interestingly Blogging made the first 4 on forbes, just like what I am already doing. 

    Not all of the ideas may work in your country or local community but you can sure make a living customising them to suit your immediate environment. I have used OLX as an example of where to sell off stuff too, as I am aware Nigerians use this site.

     Here are my first suggestions in brief:

Rent your car out. 
Sell your castoffs on OLX. (My suggestion- OLX didn’t pay me to advertise yet)
Sell old electronics.
Have a yard sale.
Sell your gold and silver.
Be a delivery person.
Wash cars.
Get paid to run errands.
Cash in on your craftsy side.
Blog
Coach
Teach an online course

Read HERE to see 32 more ways to start making money today!


Inspired by Forbes

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Comments

Starting a blog is more relating to me.
Akpene Jacob said…
Nice list you have compiled here, I love the blogging aspect though because I rep bloggers.....www.jaybossng.com
Jecinta said…
Lovely! Ladies especially (including yours truly) have a lot you might want to consider getting rid of- shoes,clothes and many other stuff you haven't used in over a year- sell them off! #myhumblesuggestion

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