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Nigeria’s Top 5 Earning Bloggers By Monthly Income

For alot of young Nigerians, making money as a blogger is a pipe dream. From the response we got from many Nigerians, they believe its better to get a full time job that pays a good salary than just sit behind a computer and upload information every single day only to make a dime. Therefore we sort out a list of 5 top bloggers in Nigeria with their estimated monthly income.

Top 5 Bloggers in Nigeria by Income

Here’s our list of top 5 money making bloggers in Nigeria;

Linda Ikeji: Earns between N7 million – N10 million monthly

If you’re looking for an example of how to earn money absolutely free of charge with zero investment online here in Nigeria then Linda Ikeji’s story provides ample proof. She practically started her blog on a free platform – blogger – without paying for domain or web hosting or even better yet a professional SEO consultant to help her optimize her blog to build an online audience that gathered her millions of readers. Though she has upgraded to a paid hosting and purchased a domain name, which is now www.lindaikejisblog.com, she’s more biased towards entertainment gist and human angle stories. She recently completed a second house for her parents in addition to more than 2 flashy cars she owns worth over N10 million. Linda has proven many Nigerians wrong that they can succeed in Nigeria without being born with a Silver spoon in their mouth and from doing something trivial as well.

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Jide Ogunsanya: Atleast N1.7 million monthly

Jide Ogunsanya is the brain behind ogbongeblog.com. The biologist turned blogger has created a very educational Nigerian tutorial site where you can find the most basic tutorials online.

Jide Ogunsanya is well respected among his fellow bloggers in Nigeria, and this creates a lot of speaking gigs for the brilliant entrepreneur.

Bamidele Onibalusi – at least N1.6 million monthly

Young but very hard working Bamidele Onibalusi is one of the quiet money making bloggers in Nigeria that very few people will ever hear about. He knows only too well that making the money and building a reliable brand means more to him than being seen and heard. This is exactly why he’s basically into freelance writing. The young Nigerian article writer, has made a name for himself with US based companies that hire him to write for them through hard work and perseverance. 6 months of consistent guest blogging has made him the world’s leading expert on guest blogging and why he has a huge number of aspiring writers as fans.
His Blog: www.writersincharge.com

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Uche Eze Pedro – at least N1.5 million monthly

She started Bella Naija as a hobby, sharing magazine publications. Having built a large audience, it dawned on her to take on a more corporate brand. Hence, she registered “Bella Naija”. Today she’s Nigeria’s 4th highest earning blogger and an employer of labour as well.
Her Blog: www.bellanaija.com

Japheth Omojuwa: at least N500,000 monthly

Japheth may not be a household name to many Nigerians on the regular blogosphere. Japheth gets paid to make brands trend on twitter or simply just for talking about football via: #MTNFootball. His regular blog: www.omojuwa.com is among Nigeria’s 100 most visited websites although nothing to compare with a few others making mega bucks by the side.

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