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Cost of starting a blog in Kenya 2023 for students

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As a student, you can start a blog for Ksh 5,000 to Ksh 10,000 only. The cost vary depending on the costs of web hosting, web design and domain name. It takes 1-3 days for one to create a blog in Kenya.

Here we will not only tell you how much you’ll spend on creating a blog but also how to earn from your blog.

To create a blog, first buy a domain name, then web hosting package and later look for a web designer. There are many web designers online and web hosting providers.

The cost of domain name at Hostpinnacle is Ksh 999 per year and the cost of web hosting is Ksh 2,999 per year as well. I recommend Hostpinnacle because it’s cheap and reliable. To buy a domain name and web hosting space cheaply,click here to visit Hostpinnacle website

You will spend a maximum of Ksh 4,000 to obtain the two.

The next step is to create a website/blog. Hostpinnacle will help you come up with a website cheaply. If they don’t do that, we can help you create one cheaply. You can contact us on [email protected] for web design services. We charge less than Ksh15,000.

When the blog is ready, now look for ways of earning money from it.One of the ways is through AdSense. All major blogs in Kenya earn through AdSense. To be eligible, your blog should meet the following minimum requirements:

Post at least 20 blog posts with each post having more than 400 words

  1. Avoid gambling and adult content
  2. Focus on rare niches like agriculture and environment. News, politics and gossip niches may not be approved.
  3. Your blog should be 3-6 months old before applying for AdSense
  4. Target organic traffic
  5. You should have a bank account
  6. Create high quality articles

AdSense will pay you Ksh 200k to Ksh 400k from 1 million views. If your blog gets 100k views,you will earn at least Ksh 20k.