"This App Will Pay You N18k Everyday": Nigerian Man Shares Simple Online App Where People Can Earn

"This App Will Pay You N18k Everyday": Nigerian Man Shares Simple Online App Where People Can Earn

  • A digital marketing consultant has explained how people can make money from the comfort of their homes
  • He said there is an application that pays people up to N18k daily doing gigs that can be done with the aid of AI
  • Itohowo Ekerete, a freelance expert and creative writer, shared his thoughts on the Writesonic app

Coach Ishaaq, a digital marketing consultant, has shed light on Writesonic app, saying people can earn with it.

He explained how to use the app in a TikTok video that has gone viral on social media.

Online app that pays up to N18k for simple tasks
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About the Writesonic app

Ishaaq noted that Writesonic app helps people write content for business and website owners.

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He said one has to create a free account on Upwork first to get writing gigs, then use Writesonic to get the job done.

Ishaaq said the clients pay in dollars after the delivery of the work, adding that one can earn $20 (N18k) daily and up to $100 (N91k).

Writesonic is an A1 writing tool which creates SEO-friendly content for blogs, Facebook ads, Google ads, and Shopify for free.

Freelance expert speaks on Writesonic app

Speaking with Legit.ng, a freelancer Itohowo Ekerete revealed the app is not all free as the TikToker claimed. In his words:

"I feel on a personal level that the app is great in itself for the features it offers but it isn't completely free as it is on a subscription basis with the least $10 per month or so. It only offers 7 days free trial after which, you will need to subscribe to continue using the service."

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He also added that Writesonic is not a money-making platform.

"On the side of his claims, you can only make money from the app when you are (in his case, a freelancer). So you are to get a gig from a freelancing platform; Upwork, Fiverr etc and use the app as a tool to expedite your task. That's how you make money with the app so it's not actually a money-making platform but a tool that can help those in the category of its features accelerate their work and get paid if required."

Disclaimer: This is not a financial advice. Legit will not be held responsible for any loss from steps taken based on this. Please do your due diligence.

Watch the video below:

People react to his update on Writesonic app

joshua said:

"Am very much interested in this idea."

Miss Quarshie said:

"Earning estate is paying good."

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Ideasjorge said:

"By which means will I get paid please."

nkanyisomlotshwa82 said:

"How can I make money while I'm 16 years."

Miz tessy said:

"Please can you guide me."

Whole vibe ODK said:

"I want to be your student."

queenzy said:

"Must you pay something first."

Anastasia said:

"Can you help me how to make money on TikTok please."

Lady shares online job that pays in dollars

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a lady had shared an online job on Fiverr that pays people in dollars.

The job opportunity was posted on TikTok by Seyi Obasi, who said the lucrative gig is available on Fiverr.

She said many people are looking for someone to talk to online, and all they want is for the person to just sit and listen to them.

Seyi noted that anyone with good listening skills could open a Fiverr account and make themselves available to be hired by those looking for someone to listen to their personal and emotional problems and empathise with them.

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Seyi added that all one needed to do was visit the Fiverr website, open an account, look for listening opportunities and start earning money.

Source: Legit.ng

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