If you’re laid off from a job – or just tired of working a gazillion hours a week for too much stress and not enough money – I recommend that you consider starting some kind of business.
I also recommend starting small … very small. My own dog walker is Not Taking New Dogs.
But if canines and felines aren’t your ticket to riches, you may want to dig deeper and stretch your knowledge.
I just learned about one woman who taught herself social media marketing. Along the way she became a social media maven. She began teaching others and now she makes a full-time living as a Social Media Manager. You can read her story here:
Can you follow in her footsteps? Well, maybe. She apparently has an outgoing, bubbly personality and a ton of energy. But you will get ideas to be your own social media marketing manager and you may be able to adapt her model to your own business idea.
If you’re thinking of writing ebooks as a way to earn money online, you can certainly do well – if you follow certain guidelines. I recommend this Report:
This Report is the single best guide to earning money on the Internet. Although the author focuses on ebooks, you’ll get a thorough overview of how to research a market and target your offering.
You can also get started online as a Virtual Assistant. A VA is not a secretary. He or she is a true business partner who does everything from making appointments to updating web pages. You can choose your own skill set and build your strengths into a business. One low-cost resource to start is here.
And a bonus suggestion: Check out this Report – 20 ways to make $100 a day online. If you actually follow through the steps the authors recommend, you most likely will do well
Disclaimer #1: I am a compensated affiliate for these products. Frankly, as you work on the Internet, you discover that very few people will recommend a product or service without some sort of compensation. However, I do my best to be sure I recommend only the highest quality products and services. Let me know if at any time you find them less than satisfactory. All of these products come with a 30-day money back guarantee so check them out right away.
Disclaimer #2: None of these products will give you a road to riches. You’ll have to work. I’d say set aside 5-8 hours a day in the beginning, even if the sales copy talks about earning big bucks part time. Of course if you start part time but remain consistent, you will see rewards … just more slowly.
Disclaimer #3: There are lots of good products and services out there. Decide right at the beginning what you are prepared to spend and stick to your budget. If money is tight, find a job. I have heard stories of people who actually chose certain coaching programs over the electric bill and even the rent. That’s a very individual choice and frankly I don’t recommend it. Buy only what you will use immediately.