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When starting your home business venture the first thing you will need to figure out will be what your strong suits and fields of interest are. Many of the more inexpensive businesses can be done online where it is just a matter of a small investment in hosting and domain. Other kinds businesses that are offering services and products can cost you more to start with. You will have to find the right balance on what you can provide and what people need.

 

 

Ask yourself the following questions when trying to get ideas:

* Who will your customers be?
* Will my customers be satisfied with my product?
* Will they use what you offer multiple times and be repeat customers?
* Who are your competitors and what are they charging?
* What do you need to charge but remain competitive?

You will need to know about your competition in detail. You will then be able to develop a niche market for yourself. You may not want to get involved with an over-saturated market where you would not be able to make much profit or business. You have to find a market that is popular, of interest to you, needed, and easy to do. A great moneymaker is to get affiliate sites up and running where all you have to do is write or have written high content articles. You can also build your business from scratch, buy into a franchise, or invest in an already established online business. Starting from scratch will offer you the cheapest investment but can take many months if not years to establish. Buying into a franchise or an already established business will cost more in the beginning but will generate an immediate income.

 

Let me provide you with a list of more than 100 jobs that can be based in your home. Some of them can be practiced only through the internet; others need physical connection with the client:

  • Selling second-hand products
  • Selling handmade products
  • Selling clothes or other objects in collaboration with other sites on the Internet
  • Internet Marketing, as in Malty Level Marketing
  • Aesthetic
  • Hairdressing
  • Cooking, as in catering
  • Cooking and the promotion of frozen products
  • Creation of impressively decorated cakes and pastry products
  • Creating pastries for certain ceremonies, like weddings or baptisms
  • Making sugared almonds for weddings or baptisms
  • Making and promoting things needed in weddings or baptisms, like candles or wedding crowns
  • Ironing for other households
  • Babysitting
  • Teaching foreign languages privately or in small groups
  • Teaching specialized topics
  • Medical support, like pathology, pediatrics, etc
  • Life coaching
  • Art therapy
  • Organizing clubs of common interests, like book clubs
  • Psychology or counseling
  • Physical Education, as in personal training
  • Dancing lessons
  • Diet and Nutrition
  • Yoga or tai chi
  • Alternative forms of treatment, like reflexology, etc
  • Massage for the lymph or for losing weight
  • Accounting, including bookkeeping and tax consultancy
  • Alteration of clothes or shoes
  • Making knitting clothes
  • Making needlework or embroidery
  • Making carpets or doing carpet maintenance
  • Repairing electrical appliances
  • Painting
  • Decoration
  • Painting icons, such as religious paintings
  • Illustration
  • Graphic designing
  • Creating websites
  • Writing, as in books, articles, ghostwriting, etc
  • Copywriting (writing texts for advertisements)
  • Pottery
  • Handmade jewellery
  • Promoting natural cosmetics
  • Logging (which is watching TV programmes and recording specific parts for use in certain shows, especially satirical ones)
  • 2D and 3D Animation
  • Secretarial support from a distance (aka, virtual secretary)
  • Telemarketing
  • Beta-testing, for things such as computer programmes and video games
  • Caring for books and texts for publishing houses
  • Computer programming
  • Managing an e-shop, as in internet trading
  • Creating and managing a commercial print, or online catalog or form
  • Managing of popular blogs and collecting the money from the advertisements
  • Giving careers advice
  • Consultant of studying abroad
  • Musician, like a composer
  • Lyric writer
  • Dressmaker
  • Giving manicures or pedicures
  • Makeup artist
  • Organizing trips in cooperation with travel agencies
  • Wedding planner, or planner for ceremonies, galas, festivals, shows, etc
  • Organizing symposiums, seminars, etc
  • Public relations
  • Photographing products or objects to create catalogs
  • Typing
  • Marketing consultant and social media manager
  • Data entry (recording information in data basis)
  • Image maker
  • Financial advisor
  • Teaching your mother tongue in foreigners
  • Taking care of pets
  • Insurance broker
  • Conservator of antiquities and art
  • Copying videotapes and turning them into digital files and DVDs
  • Transforming cassettes and vinyl records into digital form
  • Montage creation, and making photo albums out of digital files and DVDs
  • Art manager
  • Advertiser
  • Hairdressing for pets
  • Floriculture
  • Cultivation of biological fruit and vegetables (for those who have a big garden or a field)
  • Mystery shopper
  • Transcription services
  • Decorator for professional meals and events
  • Salesman
  • Industrial designer
  • Operator
  • Drawing room walls
  • Kids’ party organizer
  • Manager of buildings or shops
  • Creating online tutorials for hobbies
  • Self-defense tutor
  • Craftsman
  • Botanist
  • Seamstress, for curtains and furniture covers
  • Altering or fixing various objects
  • Photographing and shooting videos of ceremonies, galas, festivals, shows, etc
  • Processing photographs
  • Video editing
  • Translations

Once you have finally decided what kind of business and how much it will cost to open then the real work has just begun. It takes more than an idea to make money. You will have to be able to dedicate your time and effort in promoting what you offer. This may mean long days or hiring others to do the work you don’t have time for. You will have to get a structure down so you can best accomplish your goals. Most people who start their own business no matter how small are looking to work for themselves and not work for someone else and are willing to go that extra mile to succeed. Are you?

 

Has this Article inspired you enough? Tell us, why you want to work from home, and what are you planning doing? If you have already started, what is your enterprise about?