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Adverts / Re: Start A Web Design Business And Earn $50/hour- Step-by-step Guide by Penmagician: 8:33pm On Mar 23
I'm a Level 2 seller Fiverr and an Upwork freelancer. I also habe a YouTube channel where I share tips on freelancing on Fiverr and Upwork and making money on these international freelancing platforms.

If you are looking to launch your freelancing career and you want to understand how Fiverr and Upwork works, I got you covered.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwzsAmj9N14
Business / Re: Paypal Fund Exchanger by Penmagician: 8:17pm On Mar 23
If you want to become a freelancer in Nigeria with no experience, I made this video for you.

In this video, I shared tips on how to become a freelancer with no experience in 2021. If you are looking to start your freelancing journey this year, I shared 7 ways to become a Nigerian freelancer in this video.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LysoFzLKHsY
Politics / Re: Bello The Bellower Fumbles With Femi, The Febrile By Perry Ogbulogo by Penmagician: 8:14pm On Mar 23
I shared 10 online business ideas for housewives in Nigeria. The good thing about this is it requires little to zero capital and you don't have to leave the comfort of your home.

If you are looking for a video that will teach you how to make money as a housewife in Nigeria or how to earn a living from home with zero capital, this is the video for you.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQWd0c6dzTA
TV/Movies / Re: BBNaija 2020 Live Updates Thread by Penmagician: 11:47pm On Dec 23, 2020
I know how frustrating house hunting can be. It's worse in Lagos. Thankfully, I have my own place now and I shared some tips on my channel to help people who are house hunting especially in Lagos. I hope you find this video useful.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6hKtWtl1m0

Blastblade:


Thought as much, cos I never saw anywhere Nengi fans are contributing for an apartment. I did see the picture of She,ozo and neo house hunting. I also saw of her calling a place home, meaning she has finally gotten an apartment in Lagos. Not sure where that one got his own news from. Probably from those low budget Hoelite pages he follows... cheesy
Business / Re: 10 Hot Profitable Business Ideas You Can Start From Home With ₦20,000 by Penmagician: 11:43pm On Dec 23, 2020
I totally agree with this post especially number 7. As a 24-year-old full-time freelancer on Upwork, I believe freelancing is a goldmine especially for housewives who want to earn a living. I have a YouTube channel where I share freelancing tips.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7l2qHRaI68

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Home based business ideas for housewives in Nigeria


In this post, you will discover numerous amazing home based business ideas for full-time housewives, nursing mothers, stay-at-moms and even work-at-home moms in Nigeria. Don’t hesitate to act immediately on the one that interests you and you are well on your way to becoming financially independent.

The traditional housewife or stay at home mum is notably one who takes care of the children, undertakes the family chores and puts the house in order on a daily basis and as well attends to virtually every of the family needs.



However, the days when women had the sole responsility of cooking for long hours and tending the kids while men worked for money are long gone. That’s not to say that women no longer cook or take care of their homes but you would hardly see many women answering ‘housewife’ and all what it connotes in this 21st century.

This is so because no woman wants to sit at home in this economic whirlwind owing to the fact a woman’s best protection is a little of her own money.

What business can a woman do from home in Nigeria?
No doubt, being a housewife or a stay at home mum is tedious but an extra source of income to augment the family income won’t hurt. Thus, housewives who tend to downplay the possibilities of still doing something financially profitable from home need to firstly understand that very many persons quit their jobs just to establish businesses that would allow them work from home.


Home based business ideas for housewives in Nigeria
As a woman, you can choose to undertake any of the simple businesses and even the tech-inclined ones, discussed in this article since women have also make made impacts in the world of tech too. Luckily, most of these businesses require little to no capital get started.

The following are therefore businesses that a woman can start from home. The connected economy of the 21st century has made it a lot easier to start and operate such businesses.

11 Lucrative businesses to start from home.
1.) Multi-Level Marketing (MLM)

Multi-level Marketing is a legal and lucrative means of generating steady passive income. This is done by simply building a system that enables you to leverage on the time, financial etc resources of others to get more work done within a shorter time– no, they are not Ponzi schemes.

Network marketing has been described and rightly so, as the business of the 21st century by the renowned author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Robert Kyosaki.
One of such reputable network marketing Companies that enables you to build trans generational wealth is Recharge and get paid ltd (RAGP).

RAGP is a platform that gives you the license (Right) to own and operate your very own Virtual Top Up (VTU) business in the telecoms sector just like the banks! To partner with Recharge and get paid ltd, click here and complete the registration process by paying for the VTU license package of your choice.

Connect with us after your registration for guides on how to make the most of the business, if you encounter any difficulty or you need more information concerning how this telecom oil well business works , kindly reach out by clicking here.

2.) STARTING A BLOG

Blogging is fun and certainly a viable enterprise if you put in the time and creativity needed for it to thrive.



No doubt, you hear about the likes of Linda Ikeji and BellaNaija, but there are also a whole lot of other women bloggers who rake in consistent income from the comfort of their homes. You may not have heard about maybe because they’re not celebrity/gossip bloggers. These people therefore earn irresistible sums of regularly simply by expressing themselves and teaching others what they know.

You can therefore start up a blog on any topic you are passionate about or interested in and you can be assured of earning regularly once you start getting consistent traffic.

3.) BECOME A MAKE-UP ARTIST OR SELL SKIN CARE PRODUCTS

As a beautician, you can learn to make soaps using natural products. You could even decide to diversify into areas like cream making and makeup artistry. Being a make-up artist and training others is now considered one of the fastest ways of making money at home nowadays.

Skincare industry has been described as one of the fastest-growing business sectors. So many things are available to you in the surroundings that can help enable you to start this skincare business. Make-up artistry is something that can be learnt online by taking a few classes then building on it.

4.) Catering

If you love cooking, catering is good business because of the simple fact that good food is always good business. The good thing with catering business is you can start with any amount of money – small, medium or big scale. Plus you can choose to start either outdoor catering services, indoor or both.


Catering – a home based business ideas for housewives in Nigeria
When you look around you, I guarantee you must know at least one woman who was able to turn her fortunes around through food/catering business

5.) Online retail business
E-commerce is presently the most effective method of selling as it has removed the time factor from everything. That is to say that, the internet has become a booming marketplace and online retail has become very profitable over the past few years. Why stick to conventional brick-and-mortar business when you can sell online, reach more people and make more profits?

You don’t need to have your website to start your own online retail business. For a start, you can list your products on big online retail stores like Konga or Jiji. They already have the traffic, payment processing and inventory management. All you do is deliver the products on demand and settle down to count your cash.

6.) Day care
If you are going to be taking care of your own kids anyway, and you have the space and startup cash, why not make it a business? You get to spend so much time with your kids, and other kids, plus you make cool cash in the process.

Granted, not everybody has the grace to handle 17 crying babies at the same time so if this not you, best move on the next item. However, if you love hanging with kids, day care is a cool business for you.

7.) Freelancing

Freelancing is the easiest business for beginners to start on the internet.
Being a good writer and having a good flow grammatically is all you may need to ge t started as a freelance writer. You can write for blogs or publications and get paid for your skill. Thus, with your writing skills and an internet enabled device, you can earn effortlessly from the comfort of your home as a housewife.

You can get started right now and head out to start making $10-$20 an hour as an entry level freelancer. To make money as a freelancer, you need to know skills like writing, copywriting, graphics design, web design, etc.

Common sites you can get freelancing jobs include: freelancing.com, upwork.com, Fiverr.com etc. You choose your own working hours and accept only jobs you can deliver, making cool cash all the while.

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Education / Re: Man And His Two Daughters Have Their Convocation Ceremony On The Same Day (Pix) by Penmagician: 11:39pm On Dec 23, 2020
Hello @Madprophet, I'man Upwork and Fiverr freelancer. I've been freelancing for almost 2 years. I have a YouTube channel where I share freelancing tips.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7l2qHRaI68


madprophet:


Please how do we register for Upwork?

Can you guide me on how??
Business / Re: How To Win Jobs On Upwork And Save Connects by Penmagician: 2:56pm On Jun 30, 2020
If you want to understand how to set up your account on Upwork and get your first client as a Nigeria, make sure you watch the video below.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiDVHBmCahg

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Politics / Re: Nigerians Don't Like Each Other - A South African Writes by Penmagician: 6:38pm On Jun 13, 2020
The tweets on Twitter under the #Nigeriamustfall is making me cry. All the hate against Nigerians and for what? We can do better as Africans honestly.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1QPe7p3cxE

quote author=DexterousOne post=90632083]

That's the psychological trauma of going thru Apartheid at play for them

They have serious issues they have to deal with[/quote]
Business / Re: How Do I Write And Earn On My Up Work Account. by Penmagician: 2:01pm On Jun 09, 2020
Hello Doubra, you are in luck. I joined Upwork and got accepted immediately. I was also able to get my first client two hours later. I made a video about that on mu channel. You might want to check it out below.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiDVHBmCahg

Doubra12:
I was recently introduced to upwork by a friend of mine and I decided to give it a try.but I don't know anything about it, can someone please tell me,how to get my upwork account accepted? And how do I get a job on upwork?.
Business / Re: EXCLUSIVE : How To Make Level 2 Seller On Fiverr In A Month As A Nigerian Seller by Penmagician: 12:39pm On May 29, 2020
[quote author=Sanni45 post=90076267]Good morning good people. Pls I have a fiverr account I created some years back but has just been there. Now I want to give fiverr another shot. Is it advisable to create another account or I should just add now gigs to the previous one. Thanks sir.

PS. I need guidance from someone offering transcription gig.
Thanks in anticipation and God bless you all.

You should create new gigs, don't create a new account. Try to be active on your old account and create new gigs.

I have a video that can help you understand how Fiverr works.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWpdpqZVIWE

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Business / Re: UpWork For FreeLancers Any Advice? by Penmagician: 8:20pm On May 26, 2020
I have been on Fiverr for over a year and I have been qble to make a living from it. I joined Upwork recently and trust me, my only regret is not joining it earlier. There are a lot of jobs on Upwork. More jobs than Fiverr.

I made a video comparing the 2 platforms on my YouTube channel and I know someone can learn a thing or two.

This is the link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8UwO5CMk_I

As regards the stereotypes, it is the same thing I heard when I was about to join Fiverr. "Don't use a Nigerian account." Surprisingly though, I never lied about my location on the two platforms. I would encourage everyone not to lie so you don't get banned.
Family / Re: I Was A Husband: My Experience by Penmagician: 8:52am On May 16, 2020
These are tough times friends. I completely understand how tough it is which is why I have a list of 9 side hustles that you can do to earn an extra income. You can do this from the comfort of your home.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owftgMldzHg
Travel / Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Penmagician: 12:52pm On May 14, 2020
Did you apply last month? I applied to Gottingen last month and I haven't heard anything from them.
ewatts:
Hi everyone, I got admitted to the University of Goettingen. Would be great to connect with those who have passed through this stage, or currently on it... Let's help each other scale through. Holla
Travel / Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Penmagician: 12:41pm On May 14, 2020
ErickSam:
hello guys,

do we have anyone here who wants to send his or her documents to uniassist this week (latest friday, tomorrow) ......
kindly tag my comment up, lets send it together with mine so as to reduce the cost of one person bearing it alone.

I want to send this Friday which is tomorrow. I am in Lagos and my email address is ogewogu@gmail.com

thanks

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Travel / Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Penmagician: 12:11pm On May 14, 2020
Yes, I want to send this Friday. I am in Lagos. I went to UPS and Fedex, it's 19k plus. If you are in Lagos, please email me @ogewogu@gmail.com

quote author=ErickSam post=89524930]hello guys,
do we have anyone here who wants to send his or her documents to uniassist this week (latest friday, tomorrow) ......
kindly tag my comment up, lets send it together with mine so as to reduce the cost of one person bearing it alone.

thanks[/quote]

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