If you are a young graduate or a 9 to 5 employee who want to quit his/her job & looking for business ideas then this post is for you. This is another kind of online job where their task is to create a website, create templates and themes then sell it. You just need to have good technical and negotiation skills to make a good business out of it. Once you’ve find yourself loaded with web development works you may outsource other jobs to people while getting commission out of it. However, if you want it to put it to the next level you can build your own web design or development agency.
Sites like Elance and Upwork are great places to get started freelance writing, and you can easily build a small business around your skills as a freelance writer, or potentially expand to include other writers (or graphic designers, web designers, and so on) down the road.
I wouldn’t say outright that it’s a bad business opportunity, but given that there is likely a lot of competition within this space and with the prices for second hand smart phones dropping each time a new version of the phone comes out, there will be some unique risks with going into this type of business.
Online courses can be taken or established quite quickly, and not only do they act as a great learning base for you, if you need to advance your business idea forward, but they can come in brilliantly if you want to create your own self-styled course and take in enrolments from people who want to become a part of that course.
Another entrepreneur told me that while starting a business based on your interest could be lame and don’t actually guarantee better success rate, it can help you fuel your much-needed drive to navigate your business through difficult times, especially during the startup phase.