How to Make Money from Home in Kenya 2021


There are over 100 ways in which you can make money from home in Kenya especially in 2021.Now that most people are working from home, there is need to look for ways to generate money either online or offline.

I am one of those Kenyans who have been making money from home over a decade now. What I can confidently say is that there is money online, a lot of it’ll you need is to identify an area which you are passionate about and start working around it. In a month, you’ll be pulling in over Ksh100,000.

  • Become a blogger

To become a blogger, you require a capital of about Ksh10,000. This amount is enough to create a website, buy a domain name, hosting services and start posting your content. Most bloggers prefer buying domain names and hosting space from Bluehost.If you are also interested in getting those services,click here to visit Bluehost website

It will take you less than one week to come up with a blog. After posting few articles, apply to start monetizing via AdSense or MGID.

As a blogger, you will earn upwards of Ksh50,000 per month is you are a serious individual.

  • Bet on football matches

Betting is also another source of income. We have over 10 million Kenyans who bet every month and some of them have come out as millionaires. One of the best betting sites I would recommend is 22Bet, it offers Ksh 15,000 welcome here to register and get the bonus

  • Sell products on social media

There are several individual who run pages on social media, they use them to sell products to clients. From the comfort of your sofa set, you will make a lot of money by selling products on social media. Some of the products to be sold include: bedsheets, duvet, mosquito nets, shoes, women clothes, smartphones and electronics.

  • Offer DJ services

Entertain your Facebook audience through DJ services and earn money via MPESA.Most DJs in Kenya nowadays entertain their fans online and in the process, they ask for support. I overheard of one DJ chest thumping that he makes over Ksh30,000 in three hours.

  • Run a YouTube Channel

YouTube is a free platform where you upload videos and earn money in return. To start your own channel, you don’t need any money, just sign up for free and start posting videos. But make sure the videos are original and unique for you to earn money.

  • Provide online consultancy services

Lawyers, Engineers, Architects, doctors, psychologists, nurses and teachers are some of the professionals who offer consultancy services online. The services can be offered through a phone call, zoom or by SMS.You don’t have to work from office in order to help your client, work from home.

  • Professional CV and cover letter writing

There are many graduates who don’t know how to write a CV, take advantage of their ignorance and earn from them. To do one CV, you’ll charge Ksh 1,000 to Ksh 3,000.

As long as you know how to use Microsoft Word, the only other thing you require is internet to check various CV samples.

You will get clients through social media, LinkedIn, your blog or referrals.

  • Academic writing/transcription and Data Entry services

 Very many graduates are doing academic writing for students abroad and are earning above Ksh 100,000 per month. There are over 20 academic writing companies in Kenya which recruit graduates on regular occasions. The job is done from home; no office is required.

  • Offer services like Kinyozi and Salon

You can operate a salon from your sitting room and make money—so many people are doing that in Kenya. When you start, it will be hard to get clients but over time, you’ll get referrals especially if your work is good.

  • Become an Influencer

There are many companies who can advertise on your pages if you grow them to become influential. More than 1,000 Kenyans are currently earning through advertising other companies’ products on their pages.Facebook,Twitter,Instagram and Telegram are some of the popular social media platforms used by Influencers.