Eskimi as a dating and money making site


Eskimi is a social networking site where you meet and chat with people from different locations.

Eskimi mobile dating app has over 8 million registered users. The users are primarily from Nigeria, Ghana and other African countries.

Eskimi is a competitor to Facebook and other big social networking sites in Nigeria.

Eskimi is the biggest African dating site. A lot of Nigerians are registered on this site. While Eskimi is primarily for dating, some Nigerians are also using it for business and money making purposes.

How to register on Eskimi

The first step is for you to own an internet ready mobile phone. An android, window or iphone will do.

Download Eskimi app to your mobile phone. Eskimi app can be found in Google play store for android users, windows store for windows phone users and itunes for iphones.

Once you have downloaded the app, a form will pop up, you need to fill in your details in the form. Details asked on the app include your name, email address and password.

Boom, you are now a registered user of Eskimi.

You can now start to add people on the app, chat with them and if you like, you can develop a relationship with them. Eskimi is mostly used for dating and mingling in Nigeria and other African countries.


How people are making money on Eskimi


Smart business owners know that a lot of Nigerians are on this social networking site, they advertise their businesses’ product offerings on this website to get more customers and increase their leads and sales.

A friend of mine told me how he bought an advert slot on Eskimi and he made millions of naira from the placement. His Returns on Investment (ROI) was above 400%, thanks to the wide coverage of Eskimi.

Big brands make use of Eskimi’s advertisement channel to make several millions of naira.


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