11 WAYS TO EARN INCOME FROM WORDPRESS WEBSITES IN NIGERIA

Have you been designing website using wordpress  in Nigeria but not yet sure how to make money from it. The truth is that there are so many ways you can make money as a wordpress developer in Nigeria and believe me so many people are doing it

In this article, we are going to show you how you can earn income from wordpress websites in Nigeria

11 WAYS TO EARN INCOME FROM WORDPRESS WEBSITES IN NIGERIA 2

1. Charge clients to design websites for them.

2. Provide website software maintenance packages to update themes, plugins and WordPress on a regular basis.

3. Provide malware cleaning services for WordPress websites owners whose sites have been hacked.

4. You can charge for installation and configuration of plugins to enhance the functionalities of an existing site e.g. convert a blog only site to an ecommerce site.

5. You can create graphic design services for website owners e.g. great looking banners and images for ecommerce vendors.

6. Website maintenance to update website’s content regularly.

7. Provide managed WordPress hosting.

8. Creation of mobile apps for WordPress sites.

9. Provide copywriting services to help create high converting salespages.

10. Provide Search Engine Optimisation services to help sites rank higher on search engine result pages.

11. Provide Facebook ad services for website owners to increase site conversions.

I hope this list has been useful in helping you to see that there are many opportunities available to create wealth from the comfort of your home through WordPress related services.

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About Catherine Mayokun Egwali

Catherine Mayokun Egwali helps business owners establish authority and grow their businesses and income using proven technology and business strategies. She is a co-founder and COO of Switem Technology Solutions (www.switemtech.com) which helps business owners grow their businesses, income, and achieve results through the use of technology.
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