Friday, 3 August 2018

Working with Benard10 out of iWriter (Updated)

Hello, Benard10 formerly of iWriter, Elite Plus category invites you to work with him directly. I would like to guarantee you of nothing but the best quality SEO and product review articles.

I pride myself in being a good researcher all thanks to my background as an online tutor for students from different institutions of learning including ones from the USA. Having assisted different learners to better understand their research studies, proposals, and dissertations, I have gained immense confidence as a researcher.

And, therefore, whenever I write an article for you, you can rest assured that I will make it into a fact-checked and believable piece of work that's guaranteed to take your conversions through the roof.

Kindly reach me via this blog's contact page or the details appearing below. Samples of previous articles written by me are available.

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Updated 9/8/2019

iwriter recently blocked my main account with username Benard10. I learned that it was part of a widespread on writers whether good or bad. They referred to it as a "Sweeping Ban." And since they own the platform, there's nothing I could do about that. They are the ones to decide who they want to have on board of who they don't want to have around.

It's totally unfair for them to do this to honest and hardworking writers who have been with them all along.

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Friday, 2 February 2018

Benard10 Writer on iWriter: What Happened To His Account?

Hello guys, my iwriter account has been suspended. I have been in touch with iWriter and they've said that the ban is permanent. I lost my account through what was termed as a "sweeping ban" which was done indiscriminately affecting millions of writers.

In other words, whether you were a good or bad writer but they didn't like you (for reasons best known to them), they just got your account banned. Yup, just like that.

Here's a screenshot of the message they sent me.

If you're a client who has been working with me and would like us to continue working together, kindly get in touch with me. You can contact me by filling out this contact form or via Skype.

Thanks, hope to hear from you soon. Find out more on this ban and the best way forward here.



Quick update

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Benard iWriter Account Suspended

Hi, my iWriter account has been suspended, I have been in touch with the support team.

See photo below for reason given.

Quick update

iWriter restored this account and apologized for the confusion. Thanks a lot for your support.

Account Banned Again

Hi, a few months after restoring my account, the company once again banned Benard10. This time, the company claimed that I shared an IP with somebody who was scamming the system. I asked them to present evidence of the same but they never responded. To my clients who may be wondering where I went, I know some of you had already placed orders, kindly reach me on benardeleven (at) gmail (dot) com. Thanks.

Quick update

iWriter restored this account and apologized for the confusion. Thanks a lot for your support.

Account Banned

Hi, on Feb 2018 my iWriter account was banned for the first time ever. I don't know what's the issue but I've been in touch with them. Let's hope they'll assist.

Saturday, 9 May 2015

3 Simple Small Business Ideas For Nairobi People

Nairobi is a city full of opportunities for the hard working entrepreneur. However, not all those who launch their businesses succeed. The market is quite competitive either in Eastlands (areas like Umjoa, Imara Daima, Buruburu) or Westlands (Kilimani, Kileleshwa or Loresho).

Having made such observations,  we were able to compile some three creative business ideas that can be done in this city with much ease. These include:

(1) Wine/Spirits
There is a lot of money to be made in this industry. All you need to do is to buy a stock of wines and spirits, hire a small room, get the right licenses and market vigorously. Target audience: Young students in colleges and Universities.
Budget: Ksh100,000 – Ksh500,000

(2)Social Media Consultancy
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin have taken the world quite literary. If you are an expert at social media matters you can start a consultancy firm and offer your services to other small business owners.
Budget: Ksh50,000 – Ksh500,000

(3)Careers Expo Business
Are you a motivational speaker? Can you inspire someone to make wise decisions in life? Well, then you’re sitting on a gold-mine. Think about starting your career/motivational expo business. You can even package your message in CDs and sell. Or even you can start a motivational blog. You can also visit schools and colleges to offer paid advice.
Budget: Ksh50,000 – Ksh500,000

We hope that this guide has inspired you to think outside the box. If you were looking for good business ideas in Nairobi, I hope this referral article has quenched your thirst for information.

5 Small Business Opportunities in Kenya's Home Improvement Industry

Everyone wants to live in a nice house in a nice place. However, not many people understand the whole process of building and maintaining a decent home. With so many construction projects taking place around Major cities in Kenya, it goes without saying that any small business idea in this industry is highly likely to flourish. Here are 5 such examples.

(1)Sell building plans online
If you know how to draw building plans then you can sell them in dozens online to people planning to build their homes.
Budget:Ksh200,000 – Ksh500,000

(2)Pest control services
Homes and offices will always suffer from one problem – pests. We’re talking about cockroaches, termites, rats etc. If you have the tools and know how to deal with rabbits then this can be good business.
Budget:Ksh500,000 – Ksh1,500,000

(3)Property management agency
All you need to do here is to market property to-let and property for-sale from different estates in the city. Also, you can talk to a few landlords to allow you to manage their property and tenants.
Budget:Ksh0 – Ksh500,000

(4)Satellite Dish Installation Service
If you make a trip to one of the upcoming estates, you will be surprised to see that there are no people who provide this much-needed service. If you are conversant with this field of life, then you are just steps away from starting a successful business.

Budget:Ksh5,000 – Ksh20,000

(5)Estate security services
There are many upcoming estates in the country and most of these face one common problem…insecurity. If you can start a small security firm that provides professional security services, then this is your business idea.
Budget:Ksh250,000 – Ksh1,000,000

We hope that this list of small business ideas in home improvement and construction services will help you make up your mind and get started soon. All the best.

5 Business Ideas In Kenya's Home Maintenance & Improvement Sector

You can never exhaust small business opportunities in the fast growing Kenya real estate and home construction industry. Here are 5 simple ones.

(1)Old furniture refinishing
There will always be some old furniture in some home somewhere…and the owner of that home would like to have them refinished and given a fresh new look.
Budget:Ksh20,000 – Ksh100,000

(2)Artificial plants
Everyone else seems to be focusing on natural flowers and home plants. Why don’t you take a whole different approach altogether and start dealing with artificial plants as a business?
Budget: Ksh5,000 – Ksh50,000

(3)Furniture steam cleaning and upholstery service
If you can keep furniture looking new with steam cleaning or upholstery services then this is definitely your go-to type of business.
Budget: Ksh200,000 – Ksh500,000

(4)Interior decorating service
What makes a good place to live is the details. If you have the gift and skills to make a room complete, you could be on the road to financial independence if you put this idea to good use.
Budget:Ksh160,000 – Ksh500,000

(5)Moving service
So you don’t mind carrying other people’s stuff around? Then why not start a moving company to help people move their homes or offices. You only need one good pickup truck and good marketing skills to get started.
Budget:Ksh0 – Ksh1,500,000

Business ideas in the home maintenance (real estate) and related sectors are like sand...they're everywhere. Identify one and start working on it...success awaits. 

2 Business Ideas in Health & Fitness Industry of Kenya

The health and fitness industry in Kenya is awash with opportunities. However, due to its strict nature a small business owner should be careful when making an investment in it. Here are two ideas that don't require you to have a medical degree or approval to get started.

(1)Gym and wellness center
Think of it this way, people are always looking for ways to keep fit and live longer. For this reason, you can never go wrong when you start a gym or wellness center in a neighborhood that is full of office workers.
Budget: Ksh250,000 – Ksh1,000,000

(2)Natural home remedies
Most people hate hospital medicine and if you can find them a home remedy they would be very grateful. Best way to make it in this business is to focus on online as well as offline marketing. 
Budget: Ksh20,000 – Ksh100,000

(3)Affiliate Marketing
You can set up a website e.g. one for reviewing health and fitness supplements. You can then link back to people who sell their products online through affiliate links. And that way, you can get an affiliate commission for every sale that you make.
Budget: Ksh20,000 - Ksh50,000.

If you are looking for small business ideas in the health and fitness industry, it's our hope that his guide will help you. 

Small Business Opportunities in Kenya's Food & Beverages Industry

Cakes and other snacks are always in high demand in urban centers. The only thing you need to do is buy the right equipment, attend cooking classes and then market your products to the right people.
Budget:Ksh80,000 – Ksh500,000

(2)Bottled Water
With focus on good health become a concern to majority of people nowadays, you can never go wrong by fighting for a position in the bottled water market. All you need is to get the right equipment, ensure good packaging and then make sure you have a good transport system to supply your products to the right market.
Budget: Ksh100,000 – Ksh1,000,000

(3)Outside catering services
Combine your love for cooking and event planning (or office supplies) to create this beautiful business. Deliver clean and decent food to workers near their places of work. You can even buy a food-cart and use it for this business.
Budget: Ksh50,000 – Ksh500,000

(4)Cooking classes
Are you such a good cook that you can’t wait to share your skills with the world? Well, believe you me, there are many people who would want to register for your cooking classes so that they can become as good as you. Start a cooking class business and you’ll never be disappointed.
Budget: Ksh10,000 – Ksh100,000

(5)Frozen yoghurt shop
The middle class will thank you big time for opening a shop that offers frozen yogurt. Of course, when the sun is hot people will always come to you looking for a cool treat that won’t bust their diets.
Budget:Ksh50,000 – Ksh150,000

(6)Grocery delivery service
Busy people across the country will appreciate not having to go to the stores for their groceries if you can arrange to drop them at their doorsteps. You only need a good motorbike for this job. Target the relatively rich people.
Budget: Ksh100,000 – Ksh250,000

(7)Juice bar
Turn your love for good health and wellness by selling fruit juice to your customers. With people gradually becoming more cautious about their health, you can never go wrong if you package yourself well in this business.

Budget: Ksh20,000 – Ksh150,000

(8)Sports bar
Football lovers love beer. Having said that, why don’t you start a nice bar that is customized for sports lovers in your area. This business can do well in a middle income estate with a large population of young individuals.
Budget: Ksh500,000 – 2,000,000

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