Looking to make your fortune through online business? It’s not a hard thing today consider the fact that internet is easily accessible and the population of internet users is raising tremendously over the years. There are so many types of online business running nowadays and it’s easy to get lost on what online business you should venture into. Start with something you familiar with but that is pretty saturated? Or start an online business that you have no knowledge on how to do it but it has high potential? Picking the type of online business to start with is a massive hit to the head, especially for starters. Below are some of the ideas you can take into consideration when you want to start an online business in Malaysia, or wherever you live. 1. Fire Sale Dig into your computer’s hard drive, can you find anything that you own the rights to resell? Materials such as e-book, presentation slide, useful content that you made or own the rights to resell. What you need to do now is set up a minisite and sell it. Register a simple domain name and broadcast this message to your friends, family and or any websites that you have access to. Let them know this is one time limited offer and will only last a few days. This is especially easy when you have content to resell and your own contact/mailing list. 2. Online Auction online-auction One of the fastest way to make some cash online is to sell your unwanted items through eBay or other marketplaces. Look around your house for things that are no longer in use, music CDs, video games, TVs, toys, antiques and so forth. They may no longer have uses to you but someone else out there may be looking for this at a cheap price. To be a reputable and trustable marketplace seller, make sure you keep your account clean. Set up your product page with proper description, keywords and use suitable pictures. 3. Flipping Websites This method is popular to some but some may not know this at all. Flipping website simply means buy and sell websites. These websites can be an empty one with a catchy domain name or established websites with good flow of traffic, content and potential to grow in revenue. You can also build your own website and resell it in future, just need to make sure your website is well designed and have good SEO, so it won’t be a problem when you want to sell it in the future. Alternatively, you can also buy an established website, modify, tweak and make them more profitable, then sell them at a higher price. 4. Turn Your Skills into Business freelancer-writer-writing-on-bed If you have the ability to write, code, design, edit or any other skills that people are looking to outsource online, do it. There’s a lot of employers looking to outsource these processes online, so you may want to take up projects and jobs to generate some side income. Create your own portfolio website and then let your potential employers or partners know about it, showcase your previous works and your capabilities in your website. 5. Become an Affiliate When it comes to online business, it is not necessary that you must sell your own products or service. You can also sell other’s people products and service and still get your money. Become an affiliate of a business and sell their product and service to get commission. In this case you save up a lot on your business capital and just focus on sales and marketing, but still you will be able to reap huge profit depends on how many % of the commission the business is paying you.
1. SEO consultant Do you know the ins and outs of search engines and have skills in platforms like Google Analytics? The owners of a lot of smaller companies don't realize how much of an impact search engine optimization (SEO) can have on their business. Educate those business owners on the power of SEO to help transform their websites into a more SEO-friendly property. Use your skills to show business owners how to read and use their analytics data the right way, and how to properly use keywords and structure content to get more traffic. 2. Business coaching If you possess a great deal of business experience and knowledge, why not create a business that helps aspiring entrepreneurs find success? You can use your skills to help new business owners get off to a good start and help experienced entrepreneurs keep up with demand. To show off your knowledge and skills and bring in clients, you can also write articles about business on platforms like LinkedIn. 3. Specialized retailer There's an audience for everything, whether it's making dollhouse furniture or creating organic dog food. With a specialty e-commerce store, you can reach those customers who are seeking your specific products. All you need is a web-hosting service with an integrated shopping cart feature or with e-commerce software, and your business will be operational in no time. You can even work with vendors to ship products to customers on your behalf, which means you don't need to own a lot of inventory. [See Related Story: A Small Business Guide to E-Commerce Shipping] 4. Social media consultant Larger companies can hire an agency or full-time staff member to run their Facebook and Twitter accounts, but small businesses often have to handle their own social media marketing. With so many responsibilities, business owners are often too busy, overwhelmed or undereducated about the importance of social media to spend time developing and implementing a great social media strategy. As a consultant, you can help them determine the best tactics, posting schedules and content for their target audience. As their follower count grows, so will your business. 5. Web design There's nothing more off-putting than a poorly designed website, and often, it kills credibility. If you know HTML and have a good eye for design, you can launch a service to create attractive, easy-to-use websites for small businesses. Put your skills to good use for business owners who want to take their online presence to the next level. Build a comprehensive portfolio, and then create your own website to show it off and attract a steady stream of clients. 6. Resume/cover letter writing It's a tough truth to swallow, but a standout resume and cover letter can make all the difference when you're applying for a job. While listing career accomplishments might seem like an easy task, the fine art of "humble bragging" eludes some of us. Find work by helping others to get hired with the aid of stellar resumes. Capitalize on the increasingly important social media branding bandwagon and offer to fix LinkedIn profiles as well. 7. Assistant/task manager Do you have impeccable organizational skills? What about cleaning skills? Can you quickly and efficiently carry out these tasks? Maybe it's time to put those skills to good use by becoming an online personal assistant or task manager. Companies like TaskRabbit or Zirtual allow you to sign up for tasks you want to complete — including data research, virtual assistant or running errands — and begin building clientele. 8. Professional freelancer You might not think of freelancing as a business, but with more and more companies turning to part-time contract workers to fill their skill gaps, it's not hard to imagine making a living providing businesses with a variety of freelance services. Depending on your skill sets, you could work for multiple companies in a variety of fields that offer you flexibility and a refreshing change of pace. According to the freelance job listing website Freelancer.com, tech services, content creation and web design are popular fields for contract work. 9. Affiliate marketing If you're a person who loves leaving customer reviews on sites like Amazon, stop doing it for free. Word-of-mouth advertising is still a huge lead generator for many companies, and a lot of businesses are willing to share a portion of their profits with persuasive individuals who will promote their products to the public. If you have a personal website with a large following, this might be easier to accomplish (PR reps are always seeking out brand advocates they can send free samples to). Smart Passive Income breaks down three types of affiliate marketing and explains which one is most profitable. 10. Remote technical support Many small businesses don't have room in their budget for a full-time IT employee, so when their systems go on the fritz, they'll usually call a computer-savvy friend or family member. If you have experience working on computers and networks, you can eliminate their need to call in a favor and offer immediate remote technical assistance. 11. Virtual consignment store Bargain hunters and thrift store enthusiasts can turn a nice profit reselling their vintage clothing finds. Brand yourself by setting up an independent website as your virtual storefront, but use a managed service like Google Checkout to handle transactions. High-resolution images and catchy copy for your products will make you stand out in the sea of internet users trying to sell their used items. 12. Handmade craft seller Online sites like Etsy and ArtFire are platforms that make it extremely easy for crafters who can produce a steady supply of quality handmade items, like crocheted blankets or unique painted glassware. Startup costs are extremely low if you purchase your materials in bulk from a craft supplier, and if you can turn around orders quickly, you'll be making a profit in no time at all. It's even possible to turn your store into a full-time gig. 13. App development Mobile applications are more popular than ever, and people are willing to pay good money for ways to manage their lives from their smartphones. If you have a great idea and happen to know coding, you can run with it and create your app yourself. If you just have an idea and don't know the ins and outs of how to turn it into a reality, there are plenty of software developers looking to collaborate with people on app creation. 14. Blogger If you have ideas and words bursting within you, you've most likely thought about starting a blog, at the very least. With the freedom to create your own beat and style your platform the way you desire, you can completely personalize your blogging experience and reach millions of people across the world. The larger the audience, the higher the chance you have at creating a successful business out of it. [See Related Story: How to Turn Your Blog into a Business] 15. Bridal Concierge The wedding industry is booming, and with all of the stress and pressure that piles on every couple during their engagement, it's nearly impossible for brides-to-be to enjoy their wedding planning. However, if you have a knack for organization and a passion for weddings, you can start your own career as a bridal concierge, dealing with the nitty gritty wedding details so the bride doesn't have to.
1. Cleaning Service Offices, residences, retail, or restaurants are all potential customers if you want to start a cleaning service. You can even put a unique spin on it by offering “green cleaning.” For the cost of some quality cleaning products and supplies, you can get your first client as soon as you can make a Costco run. Cleaning service businesses typically don’t require a lot of advertising. When you do really good work, word-of-mouth referrals take care of new business for you. 2. Online Writing Services No list of home business ideas would be complete without mentioning online writing services. Copy editing, ghostwriting, and copywriting are super important in today’s online world of information. Companies from around the world rely on the service of writers to get them noticed in a sea of content. Think you need a lot of education and experience to start a writing career? Think again. You can start a freelance writing career with no prior experience. 3. Event Planner Some people just have event planning in their bloods (I, am not one of them). Taking care of the details of an important day and making sure everything goes off without a hitch, is what party planners are known for. Thanks to their fire-putting-out capabilities and knack for getting things done, people are willing to pay big bucks for a party planner who takes the reins while letting them actually enjoy their event. There are some great resources out there about starting your own event planning business from the ground up. 4. Household Organizer The saying, “Cluttered desk, cluttered mind,” are words I live by when working from home. The same can be said about running a household and having everything in a state of disarray negatively affecting how smoothly your days go. It’s no secret that organization leads to productivity, but getting (and staying organized) just isn’t everyone’s forte. If you’ve got a knack for order and can help others clear the clutter, you’ve got a home business you can start for dirt cheap. (Bonus points when you let clients know about Amazon’s trade-in program which allows them to get rid of their stuff and earn money back!). 5. Grocery Delivery Wouldn’t it be great if your car paid for itself? Well, if you use it to be a grocery deliverer, it just might! There’s a reason why services like Uber, TaskRabbit, and Amazon Flex have soared in popularity, people love the on-demand economy and convenience of getting things done when they need it. Cash in on the craze and start a grocery delivery business. This kind of service is easy to market towards busy parents, small business owners, and elderly or disabled individuals who might otherwise have difficulty getting their shopping done (bonus ideas: offer other errand running services to increase revenue!) 6. Property Manager I once filled in as a property manager for about three months while a former landlord (and good friend!) was away on personal business. Although she had just a handful of properties to her name and about a dozen tenants, I stayed pretty busy keeping up with collecting rent, fielding calls, showing vacant properties, and setting up work orders for repairs. Property owners need highly organized and efficient individuals to handle the day-to-day operations of having income-producing properties. 7. Social Media Consultant You’re going to pin, tweet, post, snap, and update anyway, so why not get paid for your expertise? Social media shows no signs of slowing down, in fact, there seems to be a new platform popping up every week. And that’s a lot of social media to handle. That’s why companies rely on social media savvy individuals to keep up with multiple accounts and help them stay relevant. If you can produce share-worthy content and know how to increase social interaction, you’re on your way to what can be a lucrative social media consultant business! 8. eBook Author Writing an eBook isn’t as hard as you think. The best part of becoming an eBook author is that you literally can earn money while you sleep (or eat, or shop, or any other time!). With eBooks, you do the work once and get paid over and over again. Deciding on a topic and writing your first eBook can be done in a month’s time, even if you have a full-time job and other daily commitments. The best way to earn money as a eBook author is to build up a portfolio of multiple books. The more you have, the more passive income you’ll generate! 9. Resume Writer Perfecting your resume is tough, but when you do, it can open many more doors than an outdated or out of touch one ever could. Job seekers recognize the power of a well-crafted resume and are turning to professionals to help them write an effective resume or CV that gets them an interview. There are tons of these kinds of gigs listed on the various freelance marketplaces. Networking on LinkedIn is also a great way to get the word out about your services and start securing work. 10. Virtual Assistant There’s really no limit to what a virtual assistant may be tasked with. Much of a VAs responsibilities will largely depend on the client’s line of business and needs. But if you’re a jack or jill of all trades, keep calm under pressure, and are generally pretty good at prioritizing and getting things done, you just might be the perfect VA. This profession has exploded in popularity in recent years. And now is as good as time as any to set yourself up as a virtual assistant and help busy professionals get more done in a day. 11. Blog Running a blog is very much the same as running a business. While you might not see a ton of money rolling in right away, with the right monetization strategies in place, you can eventually make a living blogging and grow it into your very own personal brand. The startup costs are pretty small and between affiliate marketing, ad networks, sponsored posts, and other direct ad sales, there’s many ways to produce income with your blog. 12. Get Crafty Crafting is big business! Just look at all the successful Etsy sellers raking in six figures every year. Etsy aside, there are no shortages of sites where you can start selling your crafts today. You don’t need a ton of inventory to get started, just enough to take some really good pictures and set up shop on whichever sites you choose. Many people start out selling part time and end up turning their hobby into a full-time home-based business.
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It is true. How?With just a facebook account+a lot of followers/fans+a Clickbank account=Great money online.
Have you all notice that Clickbank-One of the largest affiliates market place in the world is now even offering a facebook linkage services?
So, you can now Make Money Online Promoting ClickBank Products On Facebook
For those who don't know, ClickBank is a place where you can find lots of informational products. You get to earn money once you sell those products which are mainly ebooks. You can also sell your own product or ebook using ClickBank. In this post we will focus on promoting someone else's products and earning affiliate commission out of it. First, you have to login to your ClickBank account. You can create one for free in case you don't have an account. Once logged in, go to the ClickBank Marketplace and select the product category. In the screenshot below, I have chosen the E-business & E-marketing category and on the right hand side you can see the products list which I can promote.
The above shown product can earn me $39.37 once someone buys it through my link. Once I click the 'Like' button, the link will be automatically posted on my Facebook wall. The link posted has my affiliate id in it which means I will earn $39.37 if someone clicks the link on my Facebook wall and purchases the product. It's so simple! Here is how it looks on my Facebook wall:
Making money online cannot get any more simpler than this. I would recommend everyone of you to try and promote Clickbank products this way and make money online. If you don't have a ClickBank account yet, then go ahead and get one now for free