1. Data Entry

The need for data entry clerks is growing every day both in Kenya and across the globe. Many companies need assistance in updating and entering data into computers.

This type of work does not require a degree or full-time employment. This makes it ideal for college students.

However, the position calls for a keen eye for detail. You should also know how to use a computer.

One can earn between Ksh 200 and Ksh 3,000 in every assignment of a data entry job depending on the client and the volume of work.

Visit the following website for both local and international jobs in data entry; Careerpointkenya.co.ke, Upwork and Freelancer.

  1. Freelance Writing

Freelance writing is working conveniently from home or in your hostel and earning.

Many Kenyans especially college students get paid to complete assignments and research for other students.

Freelance writing is a career much like any other that pays the bills. Others may even claim that freelance writing is comparable to the majority of government posts that pay well.

Apart from academic writing, we also have content and article writing. This includes writing blog posts, how-to articles, detailed product descriptions, email newsletters, and ebooks.

You can register with the following platforms to get access to writing jobs; Fiverr, Upwork, Freelancer, and PeoplePerHour.

  1. Transcription

Transcription is when you listen to audio recordings or video recordings and type what you hear.

Transcription requires skills such as attentiveness and typing fast. You must be able to concentrate and avoid all manner of destruction to achieve the best results.

You can earn between Kshs 200 to Kshs 2000 depending on the client and the amount of work.

Platforms that offer transcription jobs are; GoTranscript, TranscribeMe, Scribie, Rev, and Verbit.

  1. Blogging or Vlogging

Blogging is simply writing content for a website. It involves Writing, photography, and other forms of self-published web media.

Blogging originally served as a platform for people to keep diaries in the form of entries, but it has subsequently been incorporated into the websites of many businesses.

Vlogging is doing a set of videos and frequently posting on the internet or YouTube in which you discuss a certain topic or experience.

You can make money from your blog through affiliate marketing.

Affiliate marketing refers to the practice of receiving commissions from the goods you endorse or promote on your blog/vlog or any other platform.

You can make Kshs 80,000 up to Kshs 500,000 depending on the clicks or views per month.

  1. Online Surveys

You can make quick and easy money from online surveys. It’s incredible how you can earn from giving out your opinions.

The biggest online survey sites in Kenya are; Mobrog and Triaba. Other well-known brands in the country include Survey Time, iPoll, Ipsos i-Say, and Palm Research Kenya.

Creating as many survey accounts as you can is the key to earning more from online surveys. Moreover, you can also benefit from signing in bonuses.

One can earn between Kshs 100 to Kshs 1000 per survey.

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