Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Happily working online in Kenya




Just admit it, the internet is the new ruler of this era. And it is now very easy to get online work in Kenya
Why such a bold statement?

I have been under its rulership for over a decade; and it has been a happy one. In fact, 75% of my income comes from the relationship I have with the internet. In business, and in writing

Do not ignore the red blinking banners.

It’s a deep sea; this Internet. Ignore the guidelines and you will end up in the alimentary canal of a big WWWF (worldwideweb fish).
Before you take out your gadgets and start coming up with passwords for that online work website that popped onto your social media page, take time to learn what working online is all about.

It is one area where someone somewhere will always know better than you do.
And some of these want to make a quick shilling out of someone elses’ eye torture.

Where can I learn this stuff?

To learn about working online in Kenya; get onto the internet and search
Working online in Kenya, or Working at home in Kenya, online jobs in Kenya, Writing jobs in Kenya. Then read what others have to say. 

Read blogs and websites about writing. The reason for this is that there are many ways to do the same thing and the more viewpoints you can collect the better.
My favorite site about online writing in Kenya is http://freelancerkenya.comThe administrator, Walter is great with tips.

Why are no jobs coming my way?

It happens, all the time.
Writing online depends on, bidii ya mtu (your own efforts).
Don’t sit at your computer chatting away and expect that friend that has been on this job for long will send you alerts. Get onto the writing sites, sign up, bid for jobs, go through those writing tests, and constantly enquire about jobs on writing sites. Kuhustle proper.

How to be happy writing online in Kenya.

! Do your research thoroughly.
! Don’t trust everyone online (si unajua tu).
! Hard work, for high achievement and eventual happiness (Our Primary school Motto).
! Work Online. It’s cool.

picture borrowed from tnooz (http://www.tnooz.com)

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