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Top 10 Money-Earning Sites That Accept African Countries

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With the rate of digitalization, you don’t need to own a shop in your area to earn money. There are endless opportunities on the Internet for skilled Africans to earn money.

 

Top 10 Money-Earning Sites That Accept African Countries

No matter where you are in the African continent, you can earn through online sites and surveys. If you’re looking for websites you can make money as an African, this is for you.

YouTube

By owning a channel on YouTube,  you have opportunities to earn at every upload. An American video-sharing platform, that generates an estimated $15 billion in annual revenues.

As of December 2021, YouTube had gained about 9.11% social media presence in Africa. Hence, an opportunity to earn as an African.

You can earn as low as $3 to $5 per 1000 video views by content creation which you earn on the website.

 

Amazon

If you’re a lover of writing,  this is something you should consider. It’s the best platform to earn from book sales. Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing provides authors with a 35% royalty on books uploaded on the platform.

The authors get a 70% royalty on books sold between $2.99 and $9.99. Africans aren’t losing in this platform as there are lots of book sales on this platform.

Write that idea, publish and promote them on social media platforms, thereby earning royalties via your sales.

 

Shopify

As recorded by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), e-commerce recorded exceptional growth in 2020.

Its global retail trade share rose to 17%  in 2020 from 14% in 2019. A site that can generate income for Africans. One of these e-commerce platforms is Shopify.

It allows individuals and organizations to create online stores. You can be an intermediary between the producers and the buyers via online stores.

 

Binance

If you’re a lover of web3 or cryptocurrencies, then you can earn on Binance. Binance is one of the profitable cryptocurrency markets.

Reports from the World Economic Forum show that Africans earn the highest peer-to-peer (P2P) payment transaction volume globally.

Earning through Binance and the P2P system are smart ways for Africans to make money online. The latter. allows users to buy and sell crypto investments with different users to generate income. You also earn here from Defi staking and more.

 

Fiverr

Freelancing jobs is a new trend to earn online. Africans can earn money from freelancing platforms this year. A skilful African can offer services and get paid on Fiverr.

As reported by Priceeconomics. more than 90% earn at most $500 monthly.

An online marketplace that offers various jobs and services that’ll benefit Africans. You can either earn as a graphics designer, counsellor, website developer, writer, etc.

 

Upwork

This platform has over 5 million and 12 million registered clients, and freelancers, respectively. Another medium to earn money as an African. It is reported to generate a revenue of $373.63 million in 2020.

You can earn by advertising, marketing, and analytic skills. Skills like Software development, writing, website development, and programming are in high demand on the website.

 

Skillshare

This is a platform for teachers who can teach. One month on skillshare as a teacher guarantees earning between $500 and $1,000. You can upload videos or series of valuable content on a subject you’re good at.

You can also upload videos on lifestyle on cooking or fashion.  You necessarily don’t need to work on Skillshare. By uploading more and more videos, you get increased views and increased payment.

 

Toluna

Vouched by Nerd Wallet as a trusted and reliable site, Toluna offers money-making survey categories for users on the internet. You earn at the completion of a survey.

Earn from home via this platform no matter where you are in the African continent. You get paid for testing products, answering questions, and completing surveys. At the end of signing up, you get 500 points and earn more referring people.

 

Clickbank

If you can work as a marketer, consider making money in an Affiliate marketplace. This is how to make money on Clickbank.

Similar to e-commerce, this business platform is profitable to Africans. When you join the affiliate platform and promote products, you earn rewards. It creates a good working environment and you can also earn selling with affiliate links.

 

Swagbucks

If you’re a lover of games, consider earning rewards via this platform. Africans can earn on Swagbucks by playing games, watching videos and taking online surveys. It’s one of the oldest, most reputable, and highest-paying survey websites worldwide.

This website is easy to access on your PC and grant rewards in many ways. You earn a $5 bonus signing up and over $50 dollars taking a survey.

 

In Conclusion, engage your skills in any of these websites of your choice. Improve your skills too and earn from these websites.

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