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"5 Reasons Why Nigerians Will Not Make Money Online"

Published by Nairaland on Wed, 11 Jan 2017

As the Nigerian economy worsen, Nigerians are desperately looking for alternative sources of income both offline and online. For the past few years, crypto currencies, Hyip (high yield investment programs), ponzy schemes etc have clouded the Nigerian online business atmosphere.Such businesses glitters enough to lure newbies into believing that their dreams are becoming true. Newbies go into such businesses with the hope of being millionaires or even billionaires only to come out poorer than they use to be. In the pages of the richest man in Babylon, one of the best books on finance of all time, people are advised to look for reputable people that have succeeded in whatever field a person wants to venture into. The typical example the author cited was that if you are thinking of making millions from gambling, how many gamblers have you seen in your neighborhoods that have actually made millions from gambling'If you look very well into most of those make money online schemes, they are either new with no real life millionaires or somebody is persuading you to join because of the commission he will get from you. Truly, if ponzy schemes, Hyip and crypto currency are the Nigerian approach of making money online, Nigerians will hardly make real money online.Below Are 5 Reasons Why Nigerians May Never Make Money Online1. Heavens On Earth Investment opportunitiesThese are very common in the Nigerian atmosphere. People provide Nigerians with what they want either it will help Nigerians or not. Nigerians prefer investment opportunities that you will invest N1000, sleep and wake up after 30days to meet 100k or 1m in your account. I assure you if that is how you are thinking of getting rich; your poverty is just starting.2. Sharp Sharp CashThere are no money trees on the internet, if there are, I assure you that you wouldn't have met them or you will only meet peanuts. Before your arrival and before we discovered the real way to internet success, we left no stone unturned in the quest of legitimate sharp sharp riches online.People usually go online with the dreams of making millions in a month, bro it is possible in a day but you have to start with your first dollar and grow up. In my first 2 years in affiliate marketing, I made only 3 sales. Cumulatively it was 60usd. Although just too small but I didn't give up. The story changed after I paid for a course on affiliate marketing. Today if I show people how I am making over N100,000 thousand naira in affiliate marketing in some days, they just head to google to learn about making money with affiliate marketing. Diamonds are about 14km below the earth surface. You must invest to get real value. My 2years of searching google yielded only 60usd. So, please do not waste your time on google.3. IndolenceNigerians are adamantly lazy with few exceptions. If a typical Nigerian that is really suffering gets a guide that will help him earn hundreds or thousands of Naira or millions within few months, I assure you that he will use no time as an excuse for not reading such guide. If I can go for 8-5 slavery just to be paid 40k monthly why cant I sacrifice an hour of my Night or midnight to explore legitimate online opportunities that can earn me millions within short period of time' Example of such opportunities includes Affiliate marketing and freelancing.4. Information overloadNigerians are some of the smartest people on earth. Unfortunately, most Nigerian brains have abnormally developed. I will liken the development with that of a dwarf. Head develops bigger at the expense of the body. A typical average Nigerian thinks he is too wise to acquire online courses. That is an abnormal development of the thinking faculty at the expense of value. Such Nigerians ends up reading free unfiltered information on google and start suffering from information overload within a short time.5. Social MediaMany Nigerians today are searching for online coaches on social media. If you happen to find one and both of you spend the whole day chatting, you will be glad you have arrived at gold. Bro your time wasting journey has just begun. If they are making real money online they do not have the time to chat with you for 30 minutes. Mark my words. The longest direct communication I have made with my online coach was not more than 2-3 minutes. All others were not more than just a minute inquiry over phone call or skype. Most online earners are also professional coaches that calculate their earnings by time. For example, I attend to clients on 1 on 1 basis for 25k on a 3hour affiliate marketing coaching, but some students will want to chat with you for 3 hours in the name of making inquiry about getting an affiliate marketing ebook of 3k. bro, anybody that have forever to spend with you on social media is only helping you waste time. ConclusionThe online business world is filled up with a lot of oppourtunities but unfunately, Nigerians that want to explore such oppourtunities look in the wrong direction.I Will Show Some Nairalanders How To Make Legitimate Income From Affiliate Marketing.See www.affiliatejagaban.com/p/jagaban.html
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