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If you’re a fitness buff and have the right combination of charisma and business sense, working as a part-time personal trainer as a side business idea can be both physically and financially rewarding. Once you build up a reputation and client base for yourself, it could easily turn into a full-time endeavor for you. Check […]

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Is your business idea really unique? What value will it generate? Is it something your target audience really wants? Or is it something you think they’d want? Getting answers to these questions is important to determine whether or not your idea works. Washing windows for retail stores is about as simple as it gets. Just […]

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#18 – LeapForce hires independent contractors to assess search engines with a weekly pay of $13-$16 per hour. Posts are only open to those living in the United States, Canada, Norway, Brazil, Denmark, and Norway. You are required to pass a two-part evaluation exam before becoming Leap Force contractor. Successfully starting a small business requires […]

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So, you start out with some stunning jewelry designs but how do you turn it into a business? One of my friends’ sisters turned her jewelry hobby into a full-time job by selling her products to a few local jewelry stores. Another woman I know built her business into a much larger enterprise…all built around […]

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#2 – Working Solutions – Read review – is a company that offers diverse services including telemarketing, remote agents, and CRM solutions. Successful applicants/Agents receive free training and can work from any location. Payment is per project and can reach up to $30 per hour. Appen – Read Review – Open worldwide. Pay will vary depending on […]

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Editing and proofreading are flexible, non-phone jobs that are often home-based. You might make a great editor if you have excellent grammar/spelling skills, can read/scan documents quickly, and you can spot mistakes in text that others miss. My book publishing business often bought books from packagers. What is a packager? Typically, a book packager would sell […]

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More and more health-conscious and time-strapped Americans are looking for quick food on the go that is healthier than the soda and chips you usually find in vending machines. This has spawned a whole new industry of wellness-oriented, specialized vending companies that offer franchisees the chance to own and service vending machines with better foods […]

opening a new business | setting up your own business

This is a take-off on the catering business that makes it clear that you aren’t going to provide the dishes or the food. You just do the cooking. Furthermore, don’t bite off more than you can chew! People expect the chef to prepare a great meal, so don’t take on a menu that you’re not […]

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Keep it professional. It’s well-worth a small monetary investment to make sure your logo looks legit. People are much more trusting of businesses that have a professional aesthetic. It doesn’t have to cost hundreds of dollars, though — there are plenty of talented designers on Fiverr who’ll create your logo for as little as $5. […]