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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: What Side Hustle Can Someone Do? by FunnyDude: 7:56pm On Feb 17
clive2u:
My work doesn't gimme any chance for side hustles, I earn between 40-60k a month.

Any ideas on a productive side hustle I can engage in?

Read this thread

https://www.nairaland.com/4605959/how-make-above-40k-every
Business / Re: [b]please Teach Me Side Hustle[/b] by FunnyDude: 5:50pm On Feb 17
Nigeria isn't funny for those without digital skill. Follow this my thread to learn..

https://www.nairaland.com/4605959/how-make-above-40k-every/34#86631110
Romance / Re: How Do I Deal With A Complaining And A Self Centered Girl. by FunnyDude: 12:26pm On Feb 15
victorian:





Is she his mother fo borrow him money for his biz?

Can't he walk to the bank?

Mad oo grin
Romance / Re: How Do I Deal With A Complaining And A Self Centered Girl. by FunnyDude: 11:57am On Feb 15
grossintel:
You're not sure you can settle for a girl you give 5k to and she's only complaining? That girl is a rear, better pamper her and appreciate her. Her type is almost instinct.

Is he her Dad?
Romance / Re: How To Know If Your Girlfriend Will Cheat On You by FunnyDude: 11:20am On Feb 15
This list is the bitter truth for those who cares to listen.


Add if she's in her early 20's too

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Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 10:56am On Feb 13
damilare96:
Happy birthday bro
More life more wins

Thank you I appreciate
Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 10:56am On Feb 13
mentro:
Happy birthday Funnydude, long life and prosperity.
Thanks boss
Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 1:48pm On Feb 12
Jaapu:


Do you have a WhatsApp group for those learning under you?

No
Business / . by FunnyDude: 12:56pm On Feb 12
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Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 6:46am On Feb 12
Alot of persons have sent tons of messages regarding the free book.. The time of free book has passed as it was only done in the earlier stage of released.

The book and My Ultimate Freelance Copywriting Guide was written to aid your learning curve, hence only giving to those that're learning Copywriting under me.

The goal of any copywriter is to be good in marketing.

This is what the book will teaches you, to be able to sell anything in print.

Contact me if you wanna get one for yourself

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Education / Re: After Graduating With A 2.1 In Engineering, What Next? by FunnyDude: 6:52am On Feb 09
seanwilliam:
I know the feelings bro.. like u go begin wonder what next to do..
My brotherly advice.. Dont try to further your education now.
1. Learn catering
2. Use the money to set up a betting shop
3. Start digital marketing
4. Start selling domains or drop shipping
5. Start data selling business
6. Buying and selling of stationeries
7. Start DJ work
8. Start shawarma business
9. Start pos shop
10. Start dry cleaning
11. Pull head together with your friends and set up pineapple, tomato and ugwu farm
12. Learn phone and laptop repairs
13. Start agent work in buying and selling of land
14. Learn graphics and set up foreign fiverr account
15. Start online clothing business , posting it on nairaland and WhatsApp
16. If you get better physic join bouncer
17. Open computer shop close to higher institution
19. Learn photography and make up
20.. HUSLE
..

I really took out my time to post this.. the bitter truth is looking for job without connexion is futile.. there is no harm in trying sha.. it is either you have connexion or extra value.. do any of the above to keep body and soul together..

You forget to add learn "Advanced Yahoo"
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Price 1.9m

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Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 9:01am On Feb 08
Happy weekend my people. Nigeria is not easy but we gat to live and do our best. This is why you mustn't wait to be fed.

You gotta take the bull by the horn.

How?

Keep improving on your skillsets


Remember is the survival of the fittest out there.


Stay safe and be happy!

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Politics / Re: "Wages Of Sin Is Death" - Rivers State Revenue Cautions Tax Defaulters by FunnyDude: 8:58pm On Feb 07
This one is strong
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: How To Move On After Failing To Get The Job You Really Want in Nigeria by FunnyDude: 7:20pm On Feb 05
spendoon:

Sorry again for the disturbance apart from freelance how can programers be self employed in the Nigerian market today,my question may seem annoying but am still a teen not up to 20 of age and my biggest dream is to make it in life and make my mother proud but am still confused on how life works to be honest please enlighten me more

Programmers can be self employed in many ways. Pne of them is to develop a software that'll solve a need. Doing this will make you cash out big time.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: How To Move On After Failing To Get The Job You Really Want in Nigeria by FunnyDude: 2:35pm On Feb 04
spendoon:

Hea boss please advice me between graphics design and programming or tailoring which do you think i should choose incase of the future.

You need a real and high paying skill. Digital skill pays more this time . Graphic design or programming is good to learn.

However, I thank God I learnt copywriting immediately after my Nysc. I've been earning like a manager since 2018.

Do not wait, I repeat don't wait for any job to come..Just fo something profitable. I created a thread on copywriting, check it out

https://www.nairaland.com/4605959/how-make-above-40k-every/34#86364236
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: How To Move On After Failing To Get The Job You Really Want in Nigeria by FunnyDude: 2:31pm On Feb 04
Unemployed yet?

Read this thread and thank me forever


https://www.nairaland.com/4605959/how-make-above-40k-every/34#86364236
Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 9:38am On Feb 04
...So my birthday is this month

Feb 13 precisely

As a giveaway

I will be teaching some of you Digital Marketing. How you can get a job with it and top secrets.



Stay tuned

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Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 7:17am On Feb 01
Happy New Month
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Why Is It So Difficult To Find A Job? by FunnyDude: 5:59pm On Jan 30
Never be depressed
Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 7:38am On Jan 30
Recently, I had Abacha's loot of $132M will be repatriated from the US.

132 freaking million United State dollars shocked

Wow that's much.

This was one of those money meant to secure our future.

This is the money meant for social infrastructure that'll aid employment for the youth.

Look at us today in Nigeria, we're among the "poverty capital of the world."

The effect of this has been the lack of jobs for our able-bodied men and women.

But you can help yourself and live a better life despite all odds.

Get a money spinning skill...

Master the skill..

Make money with that skill...
Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 7:26am On Jan 30
[/b]**Plesse stop dropping your mails**[b]

The purpose of this thread is to give back to the society in my own little capacity, hence teaching of the copywriting skill. The free book is one of the guide used in the teaching.

===========================

My Copywriting Guide ~ #2,000

Bonus:

Ultimate Sales Copy (free)
Rebel Marketing by Czar (free)
My lifetime mentorship (free)

=============================

However, not about the money but the seriousness. From research, what we pay for most times make us 2x serious.

Shalom!
Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 6:05am On Jan 28
Good day everyone. Never give up on your dreams.

Dream do come true.

Stay happy
Business / Re: What Does Free Lance Writing Or Jobs Entail?? by FunnyDude: 9:23am On Jan 27
yungchap:



Sure sir. One of your comments was that people should drop their email address for you to send the Ebook so as for them to easily learn about the business.

Check my signature and chat me up for more discussion
Business / Re: What Does Free Lance Writing Or Jobs Entail?? by FunnyDude: 4:05am On Jan 26
yungchap:


Have bumped in to drop my email address.


Thanks alot

Did you read through the thread
Business / Re: How I make above 40k in every week working as a freelancer by FunnyDude: 4:03am On Jan 26
Check my signature
Business / Re: What Does Free Lance Writing Or Jobs Entail?? by FunnyDude: 2:57pm On Jan 25
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: The story of an Okada Man -There Is Dignity In Labour by FunnyDude: 11:38am On Jan 25
djbasket:

Baba no be for Lagos wey we dey, except he is among their NURTW branch chairman or member wey he go dey see extra ticket money tiff or he has two or more bikes, if not then the above story is a lie.
If you were talking about 10 - 15 years ago I’ll agree because that was when okada rider where enjoying life. Not with the crazy rules and excess taxes this guys face on a daily basis

Not in Lagos
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: The story of an Okada Man -There Is Dignity In Labour by FunnyDude: 11:44am On Jan 24
hungryboy:
How many okada men dey forbes rich list?

No do me vex this morning oh, instead of advising your Leaders to support our educated and talented youths to create wealth with their knowledge like the West does, you are here talking about okada riding.

Na post like this the make some youths dey rant say school na scam, but the fact still remains the same, no country got developed off the work of okada riders or other suffer head jobs, but the work of their best brains, example, America with the Fords, Rockefellers, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet etc, Germany with the BMWs,Volkswagen, Benz, Siemens etc, China with their manufacturing sector and many others too numerous to mention.

Look at this one.. We're talking about reality here, you're saying something else. We all know Nigeria is not it at the moment hence survival of the fittest.

Keep speaking Queens English.Ok!

PS: I only wrote about what's happening to those we looked down upon as a nobody in the society.

This is 2020.
Jobs/Vacancies / The story of an Okada Man -There Is Dignity In Labour by FunnyDude: 9:10am On Jan 24
I boarded a bike yesterday night, being a jovial person I was, I discussed with this young bike man in his mid 30's who opened up to me about his business.

He told me he had built a 3-bedroom apartment himself since 2016, and about completing the second one. He is training his younger ones in school. He is married with kids.

He told me why most people don't have anything to acheive after working for many years are fornication, liquor and poor financial management.

I was Awwww!

Imagine someone that doesn't pass through school getting stuff done. Our graduates are out there limiting their potential due to I'm a Bsc or Msc holder. Most are earning peanuts coupled with a poor account balances, but are moved with the euphoria of clean starchy clothes..lol

Please this is 2020, let be smart on how we view education qualification in this country.

If you're not getting the desired white collar job,it's time you drop that ego, and look for other blue collar jobs.


This is 2020, dear graduate.
Business / Re: I Need An Advice by FunnyDude: 7:57pm On Jan 21
Read through this thread and be enlighten. No room for regret this year. Double up

https://www.nairaland.com/4605959/how-make-above-40k-every/33

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