Blogging as a career among many Africans:
Blogging has become a career and alternative way of making a passive income in the continent Africa. This is by having young bloggers joining the blogging industry in a flocking manner. There has been passion created from little upcoming young bloggers and therefore this has led to influx in more blogging population in Africa. Most of the people do blogging as a way of enjoying sharing small or medium stories to friends and strange early followers. Blogging will have to be the major and most chosen career and job by many people all over the world. You can imagine having about seventy million blogs being consistently updated in the world, with twenty percent originating from Africa. This is very unique and pleasing so much that it creates a motivation to other people who would want to earn from blogs.
Emergence of eventual content.
In the last decade, there has been emergence of very many events to write about. For example, there have been variations in crypto currency and therefore there would been much news to write on in articles. This has been a tough jib for few bloggers who had decided to do blogging as a full time job. Content has been overflowing and making only few bloggers make a passive income out of it. Advertising was very rare since the few bloggers had much of the readers following up their posts and articles from their blogs and other corresponding links. This is referred to as emergence of eventual content.
Blooming jobs in Africa.
Over the decade, there has been few bloggers in Africa and therefore low proficiency in the activity. Hiring bloggers by companies was a real problem to have a skillfully blogger with knowledge and experience in crypto currency. Today, there are many bloggers competing to have readers existing the continent. Africa has had many problems in the past but now there are more skillful bloggers who can be hired by firms and companies to write their content for them. Freelancing is an example of blooming job opportunities in Africa. It has been joined by millions of Africans who work part time or fulltime to get paid by the work written and submitted online. The platform has big ideas coming from the tasks requested to be worked on. Freelancing is a job which is most favourable to people who have been blogging over some considerable good time.