7 Ways you can make Ksh10,000 per day in Kenya

One thousand Kenya shillings note

In Kenya,the only way you can make millions is through business, and I know this is not good news for the employed guys since they always save to achieve the million dream.So, in this blog,am going to teach you how to make a cool Ksh 10,000 shillings per day without so much struggle.

First of all,you need to own a smartphone or any gadget that will help you access the internet, and if you meet the above criteria,then let us learn the ways one by one.

1.Become a social media influencer

A social media influencer will make up to Ksh 10,000 per sponsored post by using just a phone.The trick to earn this amount of money is that you have to have a large number of followers, something like a million. For example, if your facebook page has more than a million followers, you can charge from Ksh 20,000 to Ksh 70,000 per sponsored post.

But in order to get a large number of followers, you have to have an exciting topic that your followers will be interested to read or watch on your page.In simple terms,create a content that your followers will fall in love with.

2.Sell products online

Another way you can make money online is by selling products to people. According to the latest reports, a lot of Kenyans do product research online before they actually buy them.So,take this opportunity by starting an online shop and start making money.

If you have a website and you normally write a great content, this is your chance to supplement your earnings,get products that are high in demand and sell them for a profit.

The best products to sell online are ; shoes,bedsheets, mattress covers,smartphone and any other electronics.

3.Start an MPESA shop

Start an Mpesa shop on a busy street. In order for you to operate an mpesa without much difficulties, start with a capital of around Ksh 50,000 to Ksh 250,000.If you get a good traffic, you will be able to make Ksh 10,000 a day without much struggle.

4.Start a phone repair busines

Almost every adult in kenya owns a smartphone . Do you know that out of 10 people who owns smartphone, at least 4-6 phones are fake, this is according to a statistic which was done in 2019,in which the report indicated that 51.8 Per Cent of Kenyans own a fake phone.

So,this is where you come in,because these guys with fake phones will be your customers.They will always come complaining about their phones having issues of storage blah blah blah and in such cases,they need to be flashed.

For every phone they flash, they charge at least Ksh 500, so, if he gets 10 people,that is cool Ksh 5,000 .And if you operate from an estate that has large clientele, be sure you will be making more than Ksh 10,000 per day,and of course you will supplement the earnings by selling mobile accessories .

5.Become a YouTuber

If you are guy who is good at creating viral contents,then this is your opportunity to turn your hardwork into cash.With around 500,000 followers on you tube,you will be able to make at least Ksh 10,000 per week.

6.Become a blogger

You can make more than Ksh10,000 per day by just writing and publishing content online.In order to achieve this,you have to own a website where you post your work.One thing you need to know is that,it is not easy to make this money at the start but it is worth as the time goes by when you build your fan base and traffic keeps growing. Sites that attract more than 1 million visits a month make around Ksh 10,000 per day.

For the starters,with 50,000 page views per month, you will be able to make Ksh 10,000 per month.

7.Become a punter

I guess if you are reading this post,at one point,you have been tempted to bet on games or whatever.If you are good at predicting, this is your chance to try out the luck.With 10 odds and ksh 1000, you ll be able to make Ksh 10,000 per day. To avoid losses,bet on teams that have low odds margin,because they have high capability of winning.

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