We all know that Nigerian youth are among the most dynamic when it comes to entrepreneurship. While some ventures produce goods, others produce services, and even women are now becoming much more productive, especially in the fashion industry, giving it distinct styles. and African character.
We now know that the internet has become a platform to easily show off what you can do, especially through social media. But most African entrepreneurs fear the internet because of their poor vision of what limits their reach to more clients and clients. If you are one then I guess this is for you.
If you really want to expand your product or skills, manual advertising will cost you, even thinking creating your own website will be more expensive to build and maintain, when you can easily avail e-commerce sites with their free platform.
Another reason why I think young people don't join the platform is that they think the platform is for people with a solid business background and enough products to recommend, so they have a tendency to falter at the thought or mention of e-commerce.
Now I am happy to present to you a free platform called Afrolet.com created by a member of the Legion that aims to give young people the opportunity to enter the world. This *is free* digital/internet marketing.
Although it's new, it tends to give people a platform to showcase what they can do, be it entertainment, graphic design, fashion, or artists, regardless of school. which case. So you shouldn't care if you have a product or not, just create a store for the skill you have or want to join, providing your address and contact in case someone needs it. your service. If you have products, you can continue to upload the items you have for sale in your store.
It's completely free for now, so why don't you take some time out of your busy schedule to always try out free platforms like this it costs you nothing, and now, when it's just launched, the stores you create and the items you download will be among the first to see before Afrolet.com begins to attract a large number of visitors.
We need to enlighten young people on how to use the internet, e-commerce sites, and social networks because that's where the future lies, and most likely the sooner the better.