Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Easy ways to make money online

FREE STEP BY STEP GUIDE ON HOW TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE IN NIGERIA

Making money online ain’t beans in as much as the so called "Gurus" make it seem so. It takes a lot of hardwork and dedication and that’s why I recommend you guys read Ajith Prasad's Do you really Make Money Blogging? and MK Akan's  Can Nigerians Really Make Legit Money Online?.

With this post, I hope to answer most of the emails I get from my readers who are eager to jump on board and start making some money online.

Plenty of gurus claim to have made tons of cash online and that’s quite true but the catch is that, the money they make is from selling information which is readily available on the internet for FREE or selling online cash generating techniques which they’ve NEVER actually tried before.



Some are just plain SCAM ARTISTS such as Emmanuel Samson who peddles E-Cash Pro. You also need to open your eyes to the fakers out there such as Ogidi Patrick of the Facebook Naira Free Report.

NIGERIANS TEACH YOURSELF HOW TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE
if you want to make money online and you’re ready to put in some effort, keep reading otherwise you can move on.

To start this guide off, I’d like to let you know that, there are Top 10 Ways Nigerians Make Money Online and I’m going to show you how to go about some of them.

Blogging seems to be the in thing now as it’s a simple way of earning easily online. You set up a blog with good content, slap on some Google Adsense ads and affiliate links and you’re good to go. DON’T GET ME WRONG. It ain’t as easy as I just painted it. You have to work to promote that blog and get it ranking high in the search engines for some quality search engine traffic which in turn will bring in the real money.

HOW TO SET UP A WORDPRESS BLOG ON YOUR OWN!

Nigerians BEWARE Of MMO Blog Setup Services Like This One! They are only out to deliver crap for your hard earned money. Strive to create your own blogs yourself or hire authentic individuals to get the job done for you.

Setting up a blog requires some server space and domain name. This could set you back some N2,500 if you go with hosts such as Syskay. I recommend Netfirms, Hostgator and Web4Africa as I've had first hand experience with them, Hostgator being the most expensive of the three. I host with Hostgator and have absolutely zero complaints about their services.

Of course if you’re strapped for cash, you can get a free blog from Blogger.com or Wordpress.com.

If you’re looking for a comprehensive guide to setting up a quality wordpress blog, I suggest you download Income Blogging Guide which has got to be the best FREE guide I’ve found online that shows you how to set up a wordpress blog complete with adsense, SEO optimization and so much more. It’s a 5.5MB 82 paged wonder!

HOW TO MONETIZE YOUR BLOG EFFECTIVELY

Once your blog has been setup and running with some quality content and is gaining some nice traffic, the next move most bloggers make is to make some cash off their hardwork through promoting products as affiliates and displaying ads from ad networks such as Google Adsense, Kontera, AdBrite, Chitika etc.

For a limited time only, you can Download Joel Comm's E-Books Without A Credit Card! These e-books include the bestselling Google Adsense Secrets 4 and Kontera Secrets.

You can learn a bit about affiliate marketing by reading the Pros & Cons of Earning Cash Online Via Affiliate Marketing or visiting ClickBank Guide By Affiliate Bully.

DEBIT CARDS AND PAYMENT PROCESSORS: HOW TO RECEIVE, ACCEPT AND CASH PAYMENTS ONLINE


Most gurus have made their fortune via this means as it seems to be what everybody needs at the moment. Unfortunately, the gurus are cashing in on the ignorance of folks who don’t know their way around the internet.

The following posts are aimed at showing you how to get your own PayPal Merchant account & Payoneer Prepaid MasterCard and also how to get a Merchant account that accepts credit card orders amongst other things.

1.      How To Get A Verified PayPal Account In Nigeria

2.      How To Verify PayPal In Nigeria (March 2010 Update)

3.      How To Order Payoneer MasterCard From LimeExchange FREE!

4.      PayPal & Payoneer MasterCard Funding-Withdrawal Tips

5.      Which Is Better? PayPal or 2CheckOut

6.      How To Register For ClickBank As A Nigerian. NOTE: ClickBank now pays via Payoneer MasterCard.


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Best of luck with your online endeavors. Cheers.

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