Sell this idea through your website. This is niche. How well can you present it, is entirely up to you. Everything will play a role, from content to background and font color to optimization – to bring and hold the traffic to your site. Niche is the real constant. It adds TRUE value to you site. If you have been able to carve a niche it means your site has something relevant and important for the searchers/your target audience.
Aim for “easier” jobs to begin with, like outbound telemarketing. Most of the ads I see for those jobs don’t require experience, they will teach you everything you need to know. Granted, these are usually commission-based jobs, but sometimes they do offer a small salary too. If anything, you could work this job for a few months to get experience, and then apply for other jobs later.
As I mentioned, I learned about the 10/90 rule from him. When I first read about this rule, it made me think about my network marketing career. For many years I attempted to build a network marketing business. And, I hate to, but must admit, I failed miserably. But, after understanding the rule, I know the reason I failed was simply that I took no time (let alone 10%) to find out the underlying laws, principles, rules, methods and techniques of successful action in the network marketing field. Notice, I did not find out the successful action. I primarily listened to the thoughts, hype and opinions of those who themselves had never taken the time to investigate how to be successful. Does that remind you of the blind leading the blind?
It’s a shame, but there’s really nothing you can do to make your job secure. Between mergers, takeovers, new technology, very few jobs can be considered safe, lifetime-employment anymore.
After you’ve decided where you want to take your home business, you need to figure out what your strengths and weakness are. Perhaps you are great at sales but awful at finances. Look into hiring an accountant. What about billing? Perhaps a bookkeeper will help you get things started. Always be careful about tax and liability laws. It may be wise to ask a lawyer for advice. Make sure a plan is in place to keep everything running smoothly. It will ensure your clients are always satisfied. Even the most independent business owners need help from time to time.
Have a posture of success. Play the game as if you’ve already won. Even if you haven’t done anything yet, you can still position yourself at the top through comp plans and associating with other leaders who are at the top. That posture of success will also have an impact on where you are coming from. Imagine this, your doorbell rings, it’s the mail-man with your residual earnings check for the month. You tell your partner or spouse that you’re going to the bank (who is now home with you as well), you get in your new car and drive away with the peace that everything is going to be Ok. It’s a good feeling and it’s just fine to know that you have the potential to create whatever your family needs.
Once you are ready to get things off the ground, your best asset will be your own self-discipline. When you work at home, distractions abound. A three hour lunch always sounds nice and errands can become very convenient distractions if you are not careful. You have to remember – even though you are your own supervisor – you still have to be diligent about your work. You will only hurt your own bottom line if you let things slide for too long.
Look at offers, and pick out the ones you think are realistic and then do more research about the company. If the ad states you don’t have to do any, or not much work, run. There is no business that you don’t have to do any work.