1. Apps & Websites Testing
The main aim is to improve online experiences for the everyday internet user. Internet companies are always looking for real people like you, to test out new or existing mobile apps and websites so that website owners, coders, and designers can see and evaluate the obstacles that real people experience with their products. Most of the companies reward the testers in cash for each app or website tested (Check out User Testing).
2. Become a Virtual Tutor
Another way to make money online is by teaching others what you know. You can become a virtual tutor and engage in one-on-one tutoring sessions or even host Webinars to help people directly with any number of topics. Nigerian websites like Tutors NG allows users to monetize their knowledge by creating online learning materials for other in need of a specific knowledge.
3. Publish Books Online
Okadabooks is an online website in Nigeria that makes it fast, easy and free to publish books online. This is not limited to books alone but also short stories, reviews or anything worth reading. The best part is that Okadabooks allows users to monetize each book published which means you get paid when any of your publications are downloaded or read.
4. Sell Designs & Creatives Online
Do you have some basic design experience? Printivo Online Store is a marketplace that allows anyone to upload and sell designs to customers. Each time a Printivo customer makes use of your design or orders a print with your design you get paid 15% of the value of the design by Printivo.
5.List on Property Websites
Do you know of any property available for rent or building for sale in your area where you live? You can always earn quick agency fee by posting available properties in your area on property websites such as Tolet, Jumia House & Private Property. All you have to do is to register as an agent and you are good to go.
6. Start a Blog or a Vlog
Yes, good old blogging is still chugging along in 2017. By providing valuable content on a regular basis you attract like-minded prospects who are interested in information and products related to your niche. The more traffic you have the more money you can make by monetizing your blog. For Vlogging, you can get started by creating a Youtube channel as a platform for distributing your video contents.
6. Sell on E-commerce Websites
Another legit way to make some extra-cash online in Nigeria is by selling on e-commerce websites. Jumia, Konga, PayPorte are all e-commerce websites that allows a merchant to list and sell products online for free. These list of websites exposes your product to a huge chunk of online audience that you will not be able to access offline making it easier and faster to sell and make more money online.
7. Affiliate Marketing
If you’ve got a good presence on social media or perhaps you even have a blog or website, you can start bringing in money immediately by promoting all sorts of companies, products, services and offers online. You can even apply to affiliate programs of some notable brands in Nigeria such as Konga and Jumia Affiliate Program.
8. Offer Professional Services Online
Another way to make quick and legit money online is by freelancing. Most freelancing websites allows you to leverage your skills to earn some quick cash online. Common skills in demand for online services like these include content writing, social media management, website design, graphic design, search engine marketing etc.