The 2 Best Affiliate Programs That Can Make You Up To $100 Monthly, Even Without A Blog!

The Two Best Affiliate Programs In Nigeria Or Africa That Will Make You At Least $100 Monthly, Even Without A Blog!
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Affiliate marketing, as earlier described in previous articles, is one of the best ways to make money online. It is very common amongst bloggers worldwide, and has proven to be a reliable source of income if executed right, for individuals who choose to earn a living through it.

But while affiliate marketing is a great way to make money online, many individuals are left out simply because they don’t own a blog. This is unfortunate, as many affiliate programs only accept bloggers with a decent amount of traffic to join their affiliate programs.

If you don’t own a blog but would still like to make money from affiliate marketing, here are 2 of the best affiliate programs in Nigeria you can join and make up to $100 monthly, even without a blog:

See Also: 20+ High Paying Affiliate Programs That Will Make You Money From Nigeria



Why share links to online articles on your social media pages when you can make money from it?!

This is precisely what does for you. It ensures that instead of just sharing links for free on the internet, you can first shorten them on their website before posting them. When a person clicks the link to read the news, they’d first be presented with an advert before they see the content, and for every advert they’re shown, you’ll get paid.

Click here to join



Just like, is another URL shortening service on the internet. With it, you can also shorten your links and earn money whenever a person clicks them to read the content.

You don’t need to own a blog or any other type of website to make money online with All you need are a handful of interesting links that people would want to click to read and an engaging social media account. Then you can start shrinking and sharing your links online.

Some great places to share your monetized links on the internet are your Facebook wall, Facebook groups, Twitter, internet forums like Nairaland, blog comment boxes, and even your own articles that you post online.

This is by far one of the simplest and legit ways to make money on the internet without leaving your home or starting a blog.

Click here to join


How Then Do You Receive Money Earned?

These two URL shortening service can pay you through various channels, with the most popular being Paypal and Payoneer. Paypal currently doesn’t let many countries around the world receive money through their service, and so, is not a good bet for any Nigerian or largely African affiliate marketer. But this is where the Payoneer card comes in to save the day.

A Payoneer card is a debit card issued to independent contractors or affiliate marketers by a US company to receive their affiliate earnings or payments for work done. Any amount paid into your Payoneer card can be withdrawn from any ATM machine around the world.

So How Do You Get A Payoneer Card?

First, a Payoneer card is ABSOLUTELY FREE, as it comes at zero cost to you. When you apply for a Payoneer card, it will take 3 to 6 weeks for it to get to you. The sooner you apply for your Payoneer card, the better for you, even if you’re not going to start promoting your or links today.

Click here to get your Payoneer card.


To Sum It Up

Making money online can be achieved in different ways, but one way is to take advantage of some of the best affiliate programs in Nigeria that are both genuine and also work for non-bloggers.

If you consistently share all the links that you’d normally post online for free, but through these platforms instead, your engagement level can earn you up to $100 a month even without owning a blog!


What are your thoughts on these 2 best affiliate programs in Nigeria or Africa that will make you at least $100 monthly? Let me know by leaving a comment below.


Stan Edom
Stan Edom
I'm an entrepreneur with an expertise in supply chain management, small business development, e-commerce, internet startups, and agriculture. In my spare time, I'm always trying to solve problems people face in their everyday lives with tech.

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  1. Thanks Stan. I tried registering on Payoneer but Nigeria is not listed on it bank countries list. So what do I do?

  2. Bossa Stan, I never come across a very sound sitelike yours in many days so far per se.

    I will now your genuine visitor.

    It’s now solving my real time problems of my passionate business niches.

    Thanks You,
    Adamu Idris.

    • Thank you for the kind words Adamu.

      I’m glad you found the blog valuable.

      Have a wonderful time!

    • Hi Ken,

      Not everyone gets this same problems.

      Perhaps a google search will show you results from other people who have experienced the same.

      Thank you for asking.

  3. Thanks so much for the great job done am really grateful. However my challenge is that am unable to sign in for payoneer account because I don’t have the zip code and the country I live we don’t have them. so please help me on this via.
    [email protected] I will be glade thank you.

    • Hi James,

      I’d advice you send an email to the Payoneer’s support team to know how else you can sign up.

      Thank you for asking.

  4. Please I’m on the last lap of the payoneer account sign up. I noticed that the united states was not among the countries listed in the bank country?I’m stucked.

    • I’m not quite sure why, but send an email to their support and they’ll be ready to help.

      Thank you for asking Eddie.

  5. Stan Edom hi, just registered for the payoneer and and thanks for the insight. my question is this, can one post just any link/url on these affiliate platforms? and how and where can one get urls/links to shorten and post?

    • Hi Olar,

      You can post just any link. Also, the links you’re to post should preferrably be links to news or articles online that people would want to read.

      If you own blog, you could also include the links in your article.

      Thank you for asking.

    • Hi Linda,

      When you mean payment, in what terms exactly?

      You can’t receive from your barter card. You’d need Paypal or Payoneer for that.

      Also, barter card’s are virtual cards for making direct payments on websites.

      Except you mean paying for something with your barter card, then maybe. But if it is to receive affiliate income, the affiliate programs won’t honor it.

      Thank you for asking.

  6. Hello bro.. I registered with payoneer but my account as not been activated because I was asked to upload my National identity card and I uploaded the temporal slip cause that is all I have now, expect my school Id and corper Id.. Cause am currently serving. Plz do you think I can upload the school ID card,Cause I don’t know what to do

    • I don’t think a school ID will work.

      If you can get an international passport or a driver’s license, that will work.

      Than you for asking.

    • I suggest you first pick a niche before deciding the first topic.

      Thank you for asking, Chigo.

  7. Wow! What a marvelous information you shared on this blog post. I really appreciate your efforts for research and share with your audience.. After reading this blog post it is too much easy to understand affiliate marketing and affiliate network system.
    In addition would like to share that since 2010 doing affiliate marketing with ClickBank, JVZoo, Warrior Plus and some other networks and have very good experience in the field of Affiliate Marketing. I wrote a post on my blog which topic is “Where To Find The Best Affiliate Programs” which will really help to all readers to more clear this amazing online source of income.

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  8. Most of these affiliate companies are good. I keep wondering if we have affiliate that pay well in Nigeria. Have signed uup for many that never paid off in the past.

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  10. Thanks Stan Edom!
    Your site is revealing. Is it not true that owners of payoneer account must
    pay $30 anually? That hindered me from applying for the card since i just got started in online hustle.
    Anyways, thanks for your good work.

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