If you start your own home business what sort of business would you choose?
My personal opinion about home business is to create multiple
home income streams. This is essential to make your
homebusinesses to a success. Big question is what sort of
businesses would you choose. If you choose to create several
businesses for multiple income streams and you don't have a lot
of time to manage it, but still you want to manage it well and
have ofcourse maximum results Its important you choose your
businesses carefully Another important fact is that if you
choose to start multiple home businesses, at that point it isn't
your main/extra source of income. It always take a little time
to make your businesses known at the general public. This means
it is impossible to work fulltime with your home business and
have a full/good extra income, the first day you start.
That's why, I think its important to choose for businesses where
you don't depend on others, or sales that you have to make if
time is your biggest problem. The best is a business that makes
money the first day you start ,furthermore set up and learn your
business it may take some time, but that's not relevant or
doesn't matter, because once you know your businesses its
important it don't take more than 3 maybe 4 hrs per week. If it
turn out that it takes a lot more of your time, well then it
isn't the right business we are looking for.
Now we know what we want, and sure know what we don't want.
Remains the question what type of home businesses, is the
business we are looking for.
First of all lets take a look at some traditional home
businesses, and why these in my opinion not the right businesses
to choose. One of these traditionals are the Affiliate programs,
mlm and typist and ad typist jobs. To make some money with mlm
or affiliate programs you have to built a downline to make some
money, this cost a lot of time energy and efford. It is almost
impossible to built as a individual a downline through
classified ads safelist or other ways of in efficient
Statistically it is proven that a small percentage
is making money from affiliate or mlm. Then there is the home
typist or ad typist "jobs" , these are questionable business.
You have to pay a fee to sign up with any of these programs,
then you spend hours a day, day after day, typing ads all over
the internet for very little pay. In fact you only get paid if
someone signs up through your typed ad.
I think there are two type of businesses where you can start
making money right away. Both businesses needs some little
education but once you are familiar, it takes only 3 to 4 hrs
per week of your time. The first one is e-currency exchanging
"DXIO is an impressive system that, among other upcoming new
modules, incorporates a profitable portfolio module and a
electronic currency exchanging module. If you put money into the
portfolio module, it can compound daily giving you a better
weekly gain than your bank offers all year. There are fees
involved, but with some diligent work, you can make excellent
returns. If you operate the exchanging module, you can earn nice
fat commissions when you exchange one e-currency with another
for other people or businesses." (from the site above all
The second home business is FOREX trading. In FOREX you can make
profit in both ways buying and selling. In forex you have the
choice to choose how much time you want to spend on trading per
week. If you have a good system/strategy trading the
forexmarket, is even for a beginner with no knowledge
accessible. Ofcourse you have to do a little research for both
businesses, but thats normal for every thing what is new.
Please visit the websites:
http://www.forexsimplesystem.com is a easy step by step forex
system/strategy. This system makes it possible to enter the
forexmaket for every one. In fact you can start trading today.
http://www.dxgolddir.com/free-dxgold-training.php is a good
e-currency exchanging directory.
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