Afflitiate Marketing Programs For Nigerians
Are there affiliate programs that accept Nigerians residing in Nigeria as affiliates? The answer is yes, and it is verifiable. Where is the list of such programs?
Wait, why do you want a list of affiliate programs that accept Nigerians? What do you want to do with the list? I know my question sounds dumb and you are thinking, if he won’t give the list, then I better go to another site. Well, since you are here already and sparing an additional one minute won’t kill you, I want you to exercise patience. Listen to my ramblings, then I will give you the list that I have sent to several Nigerians that asked me (of course it is free, as in free air because you can equally get it elsewhere for free).
Why do you want a list of affiliate programs that accept Nigerians as affiliate? In my twelve months of interacting online as a Nigerian residing in Nigeria, I have come to understand that an average Nigerian who wants to make money online wants to start making money with the very first click of the mouse he makes online. He is not interested in all the teachings about building online assets, online marketing and making a name online. If he gets persuaded to start a website, you can be rest assured that it will be full of Google adsense and several banner ads that will make the whole webpage look like an abstract paint-work. Yet he expects people to bring out their wallet and dish out dollars because he has been told that there is cheap money to be made online. I wish this were true, then I would have long being in Hawaii with my family and be blogging from the beach.
Of recent, I have been bombarded by Naija brothers and sisters who are asking for list of affiliate programs that accept Nigerians. Often times, out of concern I try to ask questions before giving out the list that I have. Their response is quite revealing as I discover that about 80% of them have been brainwashed into believing that working online is easy and requires little or no knowledge. Some have even being made to part with cash to buy some “online money making machines” which will lodge money into their accounts while they do nothing.
This is quite unfortunate. A list of affiliate programs will do you no good if you lack the knowledge required for achieving success as an online affiliate marketer. For example, not all affiliate programs is suitable for each individual. You need to pick the ones that are well aligned to your passion in life and you also need to ensure that the program is genuine and not a reap-off (it is possible to labor and earn next to nothing). All these points to the fact that you need to learn. Enough of the unsolicited advise, find below some affiliate programs you can start with (if you find them suitable), they all accept Nigerians.
Affiliate Programs For Nigerians Living In Nigeria
AlertPay – An alternative to PayPal
Bidvertiser – An advertising company
AdToll – An advertising company
BlogMastermind – An online marketing school for entrepreneurs
Blue Host – A hosting Company
GoDaddy – A domain and hosting Company
NairaHost NairaHost – A hosting Company
Commisssion Junction – A marketing company
NameCheap – A domain and hosting Company
PayPerPost – An advertising company
Text-Link-Ads -An advertising company
This list is quite small, I know, so I will start a thread in the forum so that a longer list of Affiliate Programs that accept Nigerians will be compiled. If you are a Nigerian reading this post and you know other affilitate programs that accept Nigerians, please share them in the comment section. Wishing all the Naija brothers and sisters success in your online venture. I am proudly Nigerian, see you at the top. Cheers.