Onibalusi Bamidele, a Poor Fatherless Kid turned a Successful Blogger is a 17 year old Nigerian entrepreneur living the internet lifestyle. He makes over $5,000 online monthly by writing for others and he’ll be sharing with us some of his experiences in this interview.
How easy was starting up?
Starting wasn’t that easy, but it also wasn’t impossible. I think it’s all about being determined to get started.
What were your biggest failures and how did they affect your success?
It’s funny I still can’t think of what my biggest failure is. I sure had a lot of failures, but I guess I never really saw them as that. I definitely have a lot of failures, but I have made it a duty to only remember and recount my successes.
What did you learn from your failures?
Don’t ever give up!
What milestones have you achieved so far?
Currently getting 30k monthly visitors to my blog, making thousands of dollars monthly, and being featured in a foreign magazine. The great thing isn’t that I achieved it, it is that others reading this interview can achieve even more.
If you are not doing web business, what business would you have been doing?
Aha, I guess I’d be in school, probably doing something I didn’t really enjoy, or something I wasn’t really prepared for.
What impact have social media had on you personally and business wise?
Not much. The internet and blogging has had a huge impact, but social media, not so much!
Going forward, what should we expect from you and any announcements or upcoming projects?
I’m not sure yet – but I’ll keep working my ass off to ensure I can be of great value to my readers.
Any final advice for budding entrepreneurs?
Don’t give up!
So guys, I’ll really like you read Bamidele’s Journey from a Poor Fatherless Kid to a Successful Blogger to learn how you could do better.
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