3 Business Ideas for the Would Be Entrepreneur
If you’ve ever had fantasies about being your own boss, there’s no better time than now to take the plunge. Between the unlimited potential of social media and other free or low-cost marketing tools, crowdfunding and other sources of capital, and evolving technology; the time is right for entrepreneurial success. Not sure what kind of business to start? Here are 3 business ideas to help get your own ideas mill going:
Social Media Consultant
We’ve already mentioned the unlimited potential of social media as a marketing tool. The reason social media consultant is a viable business is most businesses want to use social media to market their products and services, but don’t know how to use it properly. That creates a significant demand. A good place to start is the HubSpot certification courses library. Being certified by HubSpot gives you great credibility that will enable you to get started helping small companies. That experience and success will help you move up the ladder.
Box Subscription Services
Box subscription services deliver consumable products to customer’s doors every month, and there’s no limit to the kinds of products you can sell. Whether it’s food, personal care products, books, or some other consumable; a box subscription service is a great business idea. Here are some ideas that can help get your creative juices flowing. By finding a niche’ that’s still untapped, or putting a new spin on an existing idea, you could create a lucrative business.
Are you proficient in a particular software? If so, you can get paid very handsomely to pass that knowledge on to those who want to expand their skills. Let’s face it; technical manuals are usually difficult for the average individual to understand, if they can even find the answers they need. By putting on workshops for small groups and private tutoring, you could not only make a nice income, but set your own hours too.
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