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Easy Start Home Businesses 101
by: Randy Wilson
If you’re looking for ideas for easy start home businesses, then this article is for you. The opportunities to have an easily started home business are more abundant than you’ve ever dreamed.

In fact, if you own a computer, you already have a multitude of home businesses available right there. You can become a freelance writer or a copyeditor.

Other easy start home businesses you can operate on your computer are in the affiliate and multiple level marketing arenas. Start-up costs, here too, are minimal, and most of them come with training and support to make them good prospects for easy start home businesses.

Another area you might look for easy start home businesses is in the services area. Do you love to work outdoors, making your lawn beautiful? Do you love dogs? Do you like to be on the go? Then you might consider easy start home businesses such as lawn care services, pet sitting services, or personal errands services. None of these opportunities cost a great deal to get going and can be started part-time, while you keep your day job.

Plus, they are super easy start home businesses to initiate. All you have to do once you’ve chosen your easy home business idea is to have a few flyers printed up, anywhere from 50-200, and place them in strategic places around your local areas.

Contact local businesses and offer your services. Many of them will give you the opportunity to present a plan on how you can provide services for them. You can also place ads in your local newspaper announcing your new business.

And there are few businesses that would turn down the chance to have a free, trial run of your services. This is a great way to show your stuff and seal the deal. Just make sure you are at your best when you provide a free test of your service—then live up to it after you’ve reached a deal.

You can also write a letter or email introducing yourself and your service, and then send it to the appropriate business people. Be sure to follow up with a phone call to them within a week to two weeks.

Crafts and hobbies are also good things to think about when searching for easy start home businesses. Demand for handcrafted items is at an all-time high—and at premium prices.

So turn your quilts, your sailboats in bottles, your dollhouses, your embroidery, your taxidermy, anything you love to make into dollars. These are also especially easy home start businesses because you likely already have some items to sell and the supplies you need to make more.

Local flea markets and consignment shops are good places to begin selling your items. You can also try your luck selling them at online auctions. Upscale shops are another great place to sell your work. Buyers for these stores are always on the lookout for originals and true handcrafted items—and they are willing to pay top dollar for them.

If you have office skills and a computer, then you truly have an easy start home business you could start tonight! Outsourcing is the latest trend for corporations and small businesses. Virtual assistants, typists, medical transcriptionists, office managers, researchers and many other types of office jobs are all in huge demand, and all by telecommute.

Just go online and you’ll find more easy start home business opportunities in this area than you can shake a stick at, as the old saying goes. You should never sign up to provide a service with anyone who charges you for the opportunity, though. Asking for money to give you a job is a pretty good sign of a scam.

There are, however, job and outsourcing sites that charge a subscription fee. These sites post high-quality projects and allow people bid on them. These services are highly reliable and well worth the subscription investment—and all easy start home businesses. If you’re in doubt, however, check with the Better Business Bureau. Better safe than sorry!

© Copyright Randy Wilson, All Rights Reserved.

About the Author

Randy is owner of Profitable Home Businesses. Randy owned and operated a very successful storefront/mailorder business from 1988 to 2003. Currently full time owner/operator of several online businesses.


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