Below are Kenyan websites for making money online in Kenya in 2021 and get paid through mpesa daily.
Can One Make Money Online?
Yes, there are various ways through which one can make money online in Kenya. You can check this article Genenuine ways of Making Money Online for detailed information. However the most common ways are;
- Blogging (Adsense and sponsored posts)
- Affiliate marketing
- Writing Articles
- Youtube (Video Monetization)
Kenyan Websites that Pay Online via Mpesa
Below is a list of site that can help one make money online in Kenya. One of these sites offers online writing jobs.
1. Muthurwa.com (Earn through selling)
Muthurwa.com is perhaps one of the best websites in Kenya for Making money online in Kenya. Some of the ways through which you can make money online in 2019 with Muthurwa Marketplace include;
- Selling Your ebooks
- Affiliate or Referral Programme
- Selling Courses or Guides
- Selling your Class Notes
You can literally sell any digital product at Muthurwa.com. You can withdraw your earnings anytime to mpesa.
2. Hivisasa.com (Earn through writing articles)
Hivisasa is Kenyan sites that pays anyone to write new itemes for theme. The more you article attracts more views the higher the pay you get.
Update: Hivisasa has stopped accepting articles from guest writers for pay.
3. Jumia.co.ke and Kilimall.co.ke (Earn through affiliate)
Jumia and Kilimall all pay through affiliate programme. What this means is that as an affiliate, you can refer someone to purchase a product from them and earn a commission out of that purchase.
4. Branch and Tala (pays through Commissions)
5. Paxful (referral site)
Paxful will pay you a decent commission for each person you refer to their website and who completes a trade. Although it is not a Kenyan website, you can withdraw your referral earnings via Mpesa, PayPal or Bank (Learn more on how Paxful Works).
6. Upwork (job bidding site)
Upwork is a digital marketplace where you can bid for freelance jobs like writing, translation, design, Marketing, e.t.c Although Upwork is not a Kenyan owned website, we have included it in this list because you can get paid via Mpesa for each task that you complete.
PS. Do you have a site that pays Kenyans to work online, let us know so that we can include it in our list.
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