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To begin your career as a internet marketer in Nigeria, you need to get your e-commerce website and (maybe), open a store on Jumia or Konga.

Now, I advice people to always get websites because a Facebook account won’t let you describe your products very well, and process your payments.

You can make more than ₦200,000 in profits from selling things to your friends, and it is very easy.

Let’s assume you buy pairs of shoes for ₦3,500 each, and you sell them for an additional ₦5,000, making it ₦8,500, people would buy.

Shipping of the shoes will take something around ₦1,000, and your profit will be ₦4,000.

If you can successfully sell and deliver 50 units of the shoes in a month, you would have turned in a profit of ₦200,000.

If you are using your personal website, your customers will be able to make payments via their credit cards, and you will manage everything like a pro.

Using Jumia will help you more people, since they have a good audience already, and every business needs something like that to grow.

I won’t be talking much on e-commerce, so let’s slide quietly into digital marketing.

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It is another huge market, and I have been able to make more than ₦70,000 in a single week.

Of course, it is pretty small compared to what other digital marketers are making.

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