Make money online with Adesoji Adegbulu!

It’s Thursday and I’m here again to help you discover and connect with another awesome blogger.

Blogging is about meeting and hooking with new people. Yes! There has been a shift from those early days when you simply had to drop a few lines and sentences about personal topics. Today, blogging has grown to a full business.

The more connections and readers you have, the better your chance to succeed. I have featured so many exciting bloggers in the past. Check out this list and be sure to connect with them.

Meet Adesoji Adegbulu

Adesoji AdegbuluHe is a multidimensional Nigerian whose profession is in the field of agricultural, environmental and water resources engineering. He does this because of his passion to end global hunger, protect the environment and also provide adequate clean water and sanitation to at least 9 in 10 people globally. You can have a peep into this via his personal blog at

Also, he is into internet and social entrepreneurship where he helps people build businesses that solve real life problems. He likes to call himself “Online Business Maven or Online Business Therapist”. This he does because of his passion to end poverty and minimize the gap between the haves and the have-nots.

Most people on the internet know him as one of the top and well versed Nigerian internet business marketing bloggers. This is because he runs a top class online business resources and inbound marketing blog at which he calls “The Money Blog”. He started this blog (as in July 2010 whose main goal is to provide quality information, guides, tutorials, news and opportunities that anyone can use for the purpose of creating successful online businesses, making real money online and creating wealth legitimately.

Adesoji Adegbulu mmnTaking a deeper look into why and how he started this top class blog. Adesoji said it began with his love for writing and teaching about personal development, business development and national development. He was doing this consistently until the day it dawned on him that he could help more people via the internet. He considered setting up a dedicated platform for this. He then used his online research skills to discover how best to help more people via the internet.

During his research, he came across various topics people are really interested in. He specifically chose the “make money online” topic especially for the Nigerian audience. He then when ahead to setup the platform where he publishes articles that anyone can use to make real money online, build successful online businesses and also create wealth legitimately. He uses this to reach out to as many people interested in creating legit streams of income online via different online business models.

According to Adesoji, starting and running The Money Blog is not all bed of roses. Even though at the start, he got a lot of people who were interested in what he taught but many of the people were skeptical because of the negative image about the issue of making money online and scams. However, he was bent on making a positive difference and become the testament that making money online without scamming is real and very possible. This became the fuel for his consistency in delivering top notch value.

It saddens Adesoji when he sees people making terrible mistakes in one form of online business models or the other and also falling into the wrong hands. Many of these people runs into problems caused by what some so called gurus told them to do or what they don’t know. Some of these people with problems contact Adesoji to help them fix their problems.

Though, people seem to have a general problem when it comes to online business but Adesoji treats everyone uniquely. He gives a general solution on The Money Blog and then provides unique solution based on people’s personal request.

As an online business therapist and online business maven, he takes these people through a series of business questioning to find out where the problems originates from. He then gives series of business counselling to solve these problems. Those who listen to what he teaches go ahead to improve on their online businesses. As his custom, Adesoji doesn’t force his own opinions on others. He provides the needed therapy and allows people to make their own final decision.

Over the years, Adesoji has helped so many people run successful small businesses online. This he does by first providing the required mindset about internet entrepreneurship, then the skill sets required for the particular type of online business and then the required tool set to maintain and scale the businesses online.

However, just like everyone Adesoji didn’t have it good in the beginning of his journey into living the dot com or internet lifestyle. He faced several hindrances but his persistence and commitment to a worthy cause kept him standing against all odds. His main strengths is his humility to learn from anybody, love for reading and flair for networking with like minds online.

Adesoji revealed that he has dabbled into different online business that have failed. He said the failures were a learning curve for him. He has learned a lot from failing because the failures helps him to focus more on what works and less on what doesn’t work. He has also created many successful online businesses which gives him the drive to do more.

One thing is, Adesoji doesn’t like revealing himself to the public. He prefers being private with selected few. So, if you really want to get the best from him, you need to get into his inner circle. Not just that, you need to relate with him via his blog, social networks and social messengers. If you need help with your online business, make sure you get in touch with the online business therapist.

Some interesting articles on his blog

  • The Biggest Marketing Challenges faced By Online Business Owners
  • The Right Mindset Means A Lot in Your Online Business
  • Floyd Mayweather’s Guide to Successful Online Business
  • 2 Most Profitable Online Business Niches for 2015

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21 thoughts on “Make money online with Adesoji Adegbulu!”

  1. Hail Mr. Adesoji Adegbulu, in your passion to end global hunger. Your profession in the field of agricultural, environmental and water resources engineering qualify you to pursue this dream and may you achieve it.

  2. Blogging as a business takes a lot of effort and risk of failure. That’s why there is a big difference between “blogging” and “blogging for business”.
    Adesoji Adegbulu great work you are doing

  3. great work gentlemen. Enstine, i have gained a lot of knowledge on blogging from you. Thanks a lot. You should be a role model to the students leaving the universities. Wish you can come over and have a talk with students at the University of Nairobi (Kenya).

  4. very inspiring story,
    Nice to see that you are helping peoples to earn online money. That’s cool going to visit your money making blog to get more knowledge about money making blog.

  5. Hi Adesoji,

    I have visited your blog a number of times. I am impressed by what you have achieved with your blog and even more impressed by your tenacious passion to succeed.

    Like you rightly pointed out, business is not easy and blogging is no different. Blogging as a business takes a lot of effort and passion and has risk of failure as well. I too have fallen victim to fraud gurus who claim to know how to build a lucrative online business but they do not. That was many, many years ago but after enrolling into the courses of established internet marketers, I really began to see the difference between a lucrative blog and a doomed one. I also learned how to turn your blog into a lucrative business. There is a process to it and anybody who says otherwise, is not being truthful .

    I really am glad to learn more about you and your struggles and how your passion to make the world a better place drives. Your story is inspiring. Keep up the good work dear.

    • Hi Chioma,

      Thanks 😉

      You are right. Blogging as a business takes a lot of effort and risk of failure. That’s why there is a big difference between “blogging” and “blogging for business”.

      I’m glad you learned the ropes which so many bloggers don’t want to do. That’s why you have one of the best business blogs.

      Keep doing your great work dear.

  6. Hi Adesoji

    It is exciting to get to know Adesoji. I keep taps with him on my BBm where he shares exciting content and if I must say thought provoking articles.

    I love his passion for helping people to make money and avoid mistakes.

    Thanks for sharing Enstine. Have a swell week.

  7. Hi, Enstine and Adesoji,

    Wow, it’s so nice to meet you here on Enstine’s blog. You have my full support and admiration when I read: you have a “passion to end global hunger” <— that is so cool! God bless you!

    I’ve already connected with you on Twitter and Google Plus, but understand your desire to remain private somewhat.

    You started your Money Blog a few months before I stared my business blog. ? Had to smile when I heard you say running your blog is not a bed of roses.

    You got that right. It’s hard work and definitely takes time, my friend, and I’m pretty particular about who I coach – as soon as I see the “pie-in-the-sky” mentality, I tell them we’re not a good fit.

    Enjoyed getting to know you a bit more, Thanks for sharing.

    Have a good evening.
    Ciao Ciao,
    Carol Amato

    • Hello Carol,

      Thanks for the support and admiration. I have also followed you back on both Twitter and Google+.

      Glad to know you understand my experience.

      I have also learned to distance myself from those with such mentality. I do that by overpricing my services/products which I know they would not want to pay for. Hence, they won’t bother contacting me again.

      You welcome 😉

      Enjoy your day.

  8. Hi Adesoji,

    It’s a pleasure meeting and connecting with you here on Enstine’s blog and to learn about you. It’s a great post and by all accounts your journey has been a long one and from this it shows you have met with some business challenges and hindrances along the way.

    I agree many people are skeptical of making money online because of the negative image and scams associated with it. Yes for the most part there are honest decent online business entrepreneurs out there but I am still a bit cautious because of my past experience – I lost big time US$1500. Yeah, so you would understand my perspective on that.

    Failure is a part of growing and I am glad to see that you have made it through those difficulties and you are sharing about that – I am inspired by your level of determination and persistence.

    Thanks Enstine for continually bringing bloggers, entrepreneurs and business minded people together in this forum.

    Have a great day/weekend! 🙂

    • Hi Yvonne,

      It’s a pleasure reading from you.

      Thanks for sharing your experience. I can imagine how you felt when you lost that amount. It’s good to be cautious when dealing with people online. Those who are decent will be much more concerned in providing value and not just making money off you.

      I’m glad you are inspired.

      Have a great weekend.

  9. Hi Enstine,

    Nice profiling here. I’ve definitely visited his blog a couple of times.

    He’s doing a good job on his blog; he’s one of the bloogers who know their stuff.

    And I must commend you Enstine for doing a pretty detailed profiled.

    Can’t wait for more profiling; I really enjoyed when you profiled Adrienne.

    Thumbs up bro

    • I’m really sorry for the 2 typos in my comment above. I made the comment from my mobile and you know how mobiles can just change what you really meant to type.

      Sorry guys

    • Thanks Dan.

      I’m glad you do visit my blog couple of times.

      If you have things you want us to do together, you can always let me know. I’ll be glad to assist.

      • Hi Adesoji,

        Sure, I’ll hit you up on your blog.

        I want to do a post of African Bloggers you should know.

        So expect to hear from me soon.

        Thanks for doing your part to make the blogging community in Africa respectable

  10. Hey Enstine,

    How nice of you to feature Soji on your blog, I do read his blog a few times he shares his update on Facebook and his articles are always not that bad at all.

    Glad you picked someone from my country this time 🙂 Just amazing.

    I will go over to Adesoji’s blog now after some time… You just reminded me to visit and BTW! Am so sorry about the last time i left a comment on your blog with my keyword as the name… I apologize.

    Hope am forgiven.

    Thanks for featuring Adesoji, Happy weekend in advance too.


    • Hi Babs,

      Thanks for the comment. Really appreciated.

      I checked out your blog. I must say you are doing really well from what I’ve read.

      You can always contact me if you have things we can do together.


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