How people make millions on AirBnB
By Reno Omokri
Between 2018 and 2019, I traveled to Africa and Asia. There is no part of Africa that I have not been to. One of the things that shocked me on my travels was the astonishing levels of poverty I saw in Africa, and even more surprisingly, in Asia.
I was moved by what I saw, and because of my hatred for poverty, I researched several ways to spread mass prosperity. To God be the glory, the Internet is full of such opportunities, and over the past few months I have taught all over the world how people all over the Earth can use the Internet to escape poverty.
And the days when the Internet was only accessible to the rich are over. The Internet has become so democratized that a country like Nigeria now has more Internet-enabled smartphones than adult humans.
I have done tutorials on How to Make Money Using YouTube, Quora, Affiliate Marketing, Online Currency Trading, Cryptocurrency, Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing, Dropshipping, buying US-listed stocks in Africa and obtaining seed capital from peer-to-peer loans, among others.
Today I will teach how to earn millions through Airbnb.
Now what is Airbnb? It is a docile real estate media and hospitality facilitation company that operates an online marketplace for travelers looking for an alternative to expensive hotel accommodations.
Basically, they allow you to rent or short-term your house or one or more rooms in your house for a small fee. Not only do they make that easy, but they help you along the way by providing you with services like cleaning, toiletries, and other support services that make your check-in and check-out, as well as the stay of the customer, stress-free. as possible.
So how do you get involved? Simple. If you have a second home or spare rooms in the house where you live, you can register on Airbnb.
Go to Airbnb dot com and sign up. Signing up is easy. You can sign up with your email address, phone number, Google account, Facebook profile, or Apple ID.
And creating an Airbnb account is free and easy. You can also choose the option to download their mobile app and follow the instructions.
And after you sign up you build a list, which they make so easy for you. I mean, it’s so easy, a ten year old could do it.
Next, you want to list all the amenities in your property, such as a bathroom, toilet, access to a fully equipped kitchen, microwave and refrigerator, and other modern conveniences that make your home more attractive.
Then you might want to take some good photos. You don’t need to invite a professional photographer, although you can, however, most people who sign up with Airbnb upload great photos taken with their cellphones.
And just like that, you are good to go.
It doesn’t matter if you live in a slum, like Ajegunle in Nigeria, or Amui Djor, in Ghana, or a ghetto like Kibera in Kenya, you can still register on Airbnb. Obviously, your rates would be lower than the rates charged by residents of upscale neighborhoods, but you still get paid.
I recently returned from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where I investigated the Airbnb phenomenon and especially how a young African named Joseph Nantomah earns millions of dollars a year from Airbnb.
His name is the Black Mentor, a name he has copyrighted. He’s one of my mentees and he invited me to Wisconsin to see for myself how easy it is to make millions with Airbnb. I went there, saw and was impressed.
While he used to buy houses to flip them in the past, he now buys properties to list on Airbnb because he makes more money doing this.
I encourage those who are interested in learning more about running an Airbnb business to contact him.
And it’s not just Airbnb. There are several things you could do on the Internet to kill poverty and bring prosperity into your life.
There’s YouTube, Quora, Amazon Kindle Publishing, Instagram, Upwork, Affiliate Marketing, Survey Junkie, CashKarma, Problogger, Proofreadanywhere, Poshmark, Cryptocurrency, ArtFire, TikTok, Virtual PA, Flex jobs, Fiverr, Twitch and I could go on and on and Again.
The Internet is a gold mine. If no one is employing you, be smart and use your smartphone to engage. If you are still unemployed and have read this (because you need a smartphone to read it), you have deliberately chosen poverty over prosperity.
Look at me. I slept last night and woke up this morning and made more money on the internet while sleeping than most people while they are awake. The money is there. Take it!
I have taught many of these opportunities, and will continue to do so, God saving my life.
The nuggets of Reno
Instead of looking for a good wife who will wash your clothes, wash your plates and sweep your house, why not just buy a washing machine, dishwasher and vacuum cleaner?
Don’t just look for a good wife. Also, seek a good life!
It shows a very ingrained poverty mentality when your specifications for a woman are things that can be done by modern electrical devices. Gone are the days when women were expected to be naked, barefoot, pregnant and in the kitchen. Catch up with the 21st century! Leave BC (Before Christ) and join the rest of us in AD (After Death).
Tribute to Mike Ozekhome (SAN)
Chef Mike Ozekhome turned 64 last week. I celebrate him as someone dear to me because of his love for Nigeria, and for freedom and justice.
He has ably represented many Nigerians, including myself, and freed them from the clutches of an administration determined to destroy the freedoms she encountered when she won an election by promising a lot and offering little.
My late father was a judge on the Court of Appeal, so growing up under him I met my fair share of brilliant lawyers. But let me say that one of the spirits that shone and sparkle the most is Chef Mike Ozekhome.
Gani Fawehinmi, who was his mentor, would be proud of him, unlike another man who served under Gani, but who has now betrayed everything Gani stood for. Not lawyer Ozekhome.
Happy birthday Mike. You are the best of the best and a cut above the rest.