What is the best home-based business to start-reasonable start up costs?

Fran33 asked:


I’m sick of working my butt off for horrible hourly wages making other people rich, so I’m thinking about starting my own business but can’t figure out a home-based business to start. I am very hard working and dedicated so long hours are not a problem for me, but I’m looking for something with lower start up costs that is interesting and profitable.

Any ideas??

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8 Responses to “What is the best home-based business to start-reasonable start up costs?”

  1. caz_v8 Says:

    If you can sew then there is a market in kids clothing, babies clothing..always :)

  2. azul_uk2006 Says:

    make sandwiches and supply local shops .. good business to start with minimum budget , one day you will be running chain of bakery shops … good luck

  3. steven n Says:

    I have been looking at creating a website that sells stuff.
    There are some warehouses that will do something called drop shipping, which is deliver any amout of goods directly to an adress so all you have to do is create a website and find some good drop shippers. then send the orders to the drop shipper and they will take care of the delivery of goods. This makes it really cheap to set up. I think that it would take a lot of time which I don’t have but just google or yahoo drop shipping if you are interested. but be carfull as there are many scams on the internet.

  4. k r i s Says:

    This is sort of home based, social based, etc, You have to have people to talk to, whether at the pub, the gym, the doctors office, or on the internet. It is MLM. Those 3 letters mean a lot. It is for multi-level marketing. The entrance fees are low. Compared to buying a franchise, where you spend hundreds of thousands (or millions) to use a name, you spend under $100. In my case $35. It is because the company wants you to sell the product, not the name. And the way it makes you money is by its distribution. I am a distributor, and I buy product at one price, and sell it higher. Same as everyone else trying to make a buck, right? But with MLM, when I have sold my product to someone, I can offer them a chance to sell it to others and get the product at the same price I do. So, they sign up and for every case they order, I get paid. And if I sign up two, or twenty two, every case they order is money in my pocket. Now, if they sign some one up, they get paid, but so do I. I get paid for each person under me, forever wide, and until the line gets to be nine deep, Wide means I can have 1000 distributiors directly under me and I get paid for all their sales. Nine deep means I sign up “person 1″ who signs up “person 2″ under them, who signs up “person 3″, right up to “person 9″. Even with only 3 people signed up under me, who each only sign up one, I get paid 27 times. And if they sign up more than one, (whcih happens all the time) the figures grow fast. All you need is a good product. Have a look at my site. It is a no BS zone. Have a good look at the product, and there is a business page. It is a pretty new site, so forgive any spelling errors (and feed back is very welcome!) I have also included the professionally designed site below it. Both are really worth a look, and could put you on tack to a nice retirement, while helping people feel better.

  5. old dude Says:

    Go into the oldest profession……you already have all of the equipment, the pay is great, the hours are flexible, it isn’t taxable, the market doesn’t fluctuate, there is always demand, your ambition is the only financial limitation, you can hand pick your clientele, you can work indoors or out, you can work from home, you can work part time or full, the “work” is fun and enjoyable, you are appreciated by your customers, overhead is low, no employees to deal with, etc., etc., etc!

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    You can make $1000+ per day just by entering simple data from home this amazing system allows you to earn more money than you could ever make working for others. Check the link below for more details.
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  7. TradeMark Express Says:

    I think the most important thing to keep in mind is YOU…

    Think of all your interests & ask yourself if any of those could be expanded into a business. Just keep in mind…what’s your expertise? What are your interests? What could you imagine yourself doing?

    By researching the prospect of starting your own business — what it entails, what you need to know, helpful hints, etc — you’ll feel better prepared to take that plunge.

    I found some book titles that are relevant to your specific question:

    * 101 Internet Businesses You Can Start from Home by Susan Sweeney
    * The Best Home Businesses for the 21st Century by Paul Edwards
    * Selling Online: How to Become a Successful E-Commerce Merchant by Jim Carroll
    * I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was: How to Discover What You Really Want and How to Get It by Barbara Sher
    * I Don’t Know What I Want, But I Know It’s Not This: A Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Gratifying Work by Julie Jansen
    * The Best Internet Businesses You Can Start by Marian Betancourt
    * The Shoestring Entrepreneur’s Guide to Internet Start-Ups by Robert Spiegel
    * Making a Living Without a Job : Winning Ways For Creating Work That You Love by Barbara Winter

    I also posted some article links in the source box.

    Hope that helps! I wish you much success & happiness in all your ventures!

  8. lifestyle_changer_2007 Says:

    Have you thought about Arbonne International? It’s an excellent opportunity, but it’s NOT a get-rich-quick scheme! It DOES take work. It’s a European Health & Wellness company that’s been around for 26 years, but is just now starting to take off. It’s taking the country by storm! The products are phenomenal…herbally and botanically based, never tested on animals or contain animal products or by-products (vegan approved), no mineral oil, and MANY more unique characteristics. My team’s marketing strategy does NOT include giving home parties (who has time?). It may or may not be for you, but it’s worth your time to check it out. Check out the link and e-mail me if you’d like more information. Good luck with whatever you choose!

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