When I was working full time, I always had a side hustle doing computer consulting. Extra money was always a good thing, but of course when I turned my online business into a full time work at home gig that was a great thing! Since December I've been asking you all to send me your marketing questions (here
) and funny enough I see that someone posted a question on my myspace page
"I need a side hustle, something that doesn't require home parties and I can do from home with my children. What does a person do that has no skills and isn't crafty?" - Michelle
There are actually alot of things that you can do to make extra money, without spending a ton of money to startup. I for one love love love the service industry. If you have a skill, chances are there are people out there who will pay you for your time. My first real side-hustle was designing websites and working on local computer consulting gigs in NY. Overtime I expanded my services to include banner design, print graphic design, and coaching. ... But I'm a computer GEEK so I love doing anything computer related, but the skies the limit when it comes to the service industry.
- Starting a Home Day Care or Tutoring Program is easy and very popular
- House Keeping Services
- Virtual Assistant
- Blogging, Affiliate marketing, selling eBooks...
I've tried a ton of different online ventures in the last 10 years. Last year, I took all my work at home tips and tools and put them into my StartupSista.com
eCourse which includes eBooks and video tutorials featuring Online Business Ideas, How to Make Your first $1000 Online, the fundamentals to Starting an Online Business and the Startup Steps that I used to get my work at home business off the ground.
... Because I'm seeing more and more aspiring women entrepreneurs join my social network Black Business Women Online, looking for online business ideas, I've discounted this $79 eCourse to BBWO for $27 [click here to grab the discount
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