Why your daily income will no longer come with sweat

In General

Kilimall, one of the country’s largest online retailers, is offering Social Media enthusiasts across the board a longterm opportunity to make money without breaking a sweat.

Now, if you own a website, blog, or even moderate following on Social Media, you have the opportunity to join the Kilimall Affiliates Program and earn revenue by directing visitors to Kilimall products.

“It is simple, all you need to do is register your affiliate profile for free, get a unique referral url that you post on your site or blog or Social Media. This link is tracked and you earn anywhere from 4%–10% if the click results in a qualifying sale.”

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Actually, the pay varies according to the products: for mobile phones, the commission is 2%, clothes 8%, shoes 8%, baby toys, kids accessories 8%, baby and maternity products 8%.

And this is exactly how you do it:

For example, if you run a blog dedicated to tech, you can do a product review of new phones and accessories and include Kilimall referral links in your review.

The online retailer says you can also earn money from purchases people make for other things after they have already clicked through your links because they will create a cookie which will “remember” that your Kilimall Affiliates link was the last one that person clicked.

Alternatively, you can guarantee cash to your bank or M-Pesa account by giving your url directly to anyone who needs to buy anything online– rather than posting the link online.

Selling opportunity
At the same time, anyone can sell on Kilimall:

“Individuals and businesses (both small start ups and huge corporates) have set up free e-shops on Kilimall and are doing good business.”

The booming retailer says this is basically an opportunity to make money while you do other things.

“Kilimall does not charge per-item listing fees and we only get a commission when you make sales. Oh, another thing, Kilimall has the lowest sales commissions in Kenya across all categories!”

How to sell
Now it happens there are two ways to sell on Kilimall: one, you can have your products Fulfilled by Kilimall (FBK).
“Here, we will store your products for you in our warehouses so that if customers order them, we will simply deliver directly to them. No storage and logistics stress to you.”

The second way is Dropshipping; where you keep your stock and if orders come through, you deliver them yourself. Otherwise Kilimall can pick the products and deliver for you.

Apparently, if you are used to posting your products on Facebook Groups (in fact so many of us do), why not try Kilimall –because the marketing and logistics will be done by them and sales are almost a guarantee.

Meanwhile, check out Kilimall hot deals.


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