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10 Profitable Go Out of Your House Home Businesses If staying at home the whole day is not your style, you can choose to work on a home business that allows you to go out and interact with others.These seminars can run from a day to as long as a week, and focus on providing techniques and methods that will help attendees increase their profits in their business.Topics often include advertising, ecommerce development, computer applications, time management, email marketing, etc. The lecture circuit offers vast potential for earning money, and you can charge from as low as $40 per person to a high of $7, 500 per participant or more.Assuming for example that you are charging $500 for a 4day seminar on making money on the internet that you may give once a month, you can earn $60, 000 a year if you have 10 participants on average.For this business, you can earn anywhere from $25, 000 to $500, 000 depending on the number of seminars that you conduct each year.Your startup costs can range from $500 to $5, 000, depending on how close you are to the source of names of people who can benefit from your lecture.You can send direct mail to companies whom you think will need the information that you present.You will also need to spend on high quality brochures in order to impress potential clients. Read the article how to make money from dresses uk: seminars and workshops Recommended books on the seminar business: 2.Computer consulting business A computer consultant job is to help companies and organizations realize the profit potential in computers, by helping solve informationmanagement problems.Computer consulting usually serves two functions:To select the appropriate computer system, including which peripherals, systems, networks, servers and software to buy(Normally a onetime project);Or to integrate the computer into daytoday management(Could be a recurring assignment).Some of the key types of work a consultant does are as follows:Business requirement analysis, preliminary system design, hardware acquisition and installation, documentation, system maintenance, periodic evaluation and audits, among others.Database management).To get you started in this business, you can buy classified ad space in business and technical publications.Writing papers at technical conferences or articles in a business journal are also effective in bringing your name in front of potential customer.Startup costs for this business may range from $1, 500(Consulting for existing clients)To a high of $10, 000(Includes an office and advertising).While this is a competitive market, earning potential of this business can be substantial.Computer consulting rates range from $50 to $150 per hour, with $75 as the most typical hourly rate.Large firms pay higher rates.Annual revenues for this business may be around $50, 000 to $250, 000 per year, depending on your specialization(Industries you serve;Hardware and software you specialize), client size, length of project, among others. For more information, read the article how to start a computer repair business Recommended books on computer consulting business: 3.Business brokerage business A business broker is one who matches buyers and sellers of small and mediumsize businesses, ranging from used car dealerships to bakeries and beauty parlors.As a business broker, your objective is to save buyers and business owners' money by helping them to avoid costly mistakes, market the appeal of the seller business, and maximize exposure to serious, qualified buyers with complete confidentiality.Businesses change hands in every five years.Business transfers in 1999 generated $300 billion in revenues, including those not sold through business brokers.It is estimated that 25 to 50 percent of company sales are handled by brokers. To be a business broker, you need to understand business laws, have strong financial and accounting background, and possess good negotiation skills.You can charge 10 to 12 percent commissions, or a minimum fee of $4, 000 to $10, 000 for smaller transactions.You can start will smalltown transactions then move on to merger and acquisition deals:The bigger the deal, the higher your commissions. For a similar business, read the article how to become a freelance mortgage broker Recommended books on starting a business brokerage business: 4.Recycling consulting business Recycling consulting involves helping public and private agencies, communities and nongovernmental organizations setup and implement or improve their recycling programs.Talking trash is big business:Revenues for the remanufacturing industry are estimated to be at $53 billion.This industry will continue to experience expansion, given the rising concern for recycling and the shrinking available landfills.Recycling is still the most viable method to solve the problem of what to do with waste materials. You do not need any special equipment to start this business.However, you need to have a thorough interest in and knowledge of recycling to excel in this business.Like any other consulting business, your knowledge will be your main selling point.You can parlay your specialized knowledge in devising and recycling programs for areas such as food waste, building materials, wood waste, and medical waste into a profitable career.Initial investments could include office equipment, industry publications, and cost of conference participation.Hourly fees can range between $40 and $150, 000, and annual revenues of $50, 000 are possible. Recommended books on starting a recycling business: 5.Professional organizing business If you are good at arranging and organizing things, this can be a business for you.As a professional organizer, your job is to organize the junk and clutter in your clients' homes from the kitchen, closet, garage, file cabinets to the attic and teaching them how to keep their things tidy.Some even specialize in organizing messy and cluttered closets, and then grow to provide closet installations and sell closet accessories from hangers to shoe boxes.Others assist with many areas of organization including business, paper management, clutter control, chronic disorganization, behavior modification, space planning, filing, photographs, packing/moving, records management, home offices, corporate offices, etc. This is a business that can be started part time on a shoestring budget.However, it needs to be remembered that this service can be a oneshot deal:If you organize their clutter very well, your clients will not need you back and you therefore have to be on a constant lookout for new clients.Your greatest expense will come from advertising and spreading the word about your business.Small advertisements in the local classified ads paper often work well for this kind of business, although some are able to get new clients by presenting slide shows or distributing brochures in social and civic clubs. For this business, you can expect to earn annual revenues of $40, 000 to $60, 000 depending on the size of your market(Greater income potential for metropolitan areas)And the kinds of clients you are getting.You can charge your clients $40 to $50 an hour depending on the size of the task and going rates in your area.You can also charge a flat fee or perdiem fee for some routine tasks. 6.Personal assisting business A personal assistant's job involves performing routine errands for clients, such as picking up dry cleaning, buying the dinosaur cake for the little tyke, and so on.With the rise of twoincome families, working people nowadays seldom have the time to do life's little chores.If you do not mind performing these little tasks and enjoy doing something different each day, this is a business with excellent growth potential. Creativity and flexibility are the key qualities to establish a successful personal assistant business.You need to have strong affinity with people and a lot of imagination to make ordinary mundane things seem so special, even magically obtain tickets to a soldout concert that your client craves.Think of yourself as a personal concierge.The most important component of this business is finding your target audience, which often consists of busy executives and working people.To reach this market, you can place ads in your local newspapers, write an article about this service, and send press releases to generate publicity for your business.You can also choose to personally visit a lot of businesses and drop off your brochure. Startup costs can range from $500 to $2, 500, depending on the equipment you already have.You will need a computer, fax machine, internet access, pagers and cell phones.Another possible startup expense includes the cost of bonding and insurance to protect you in the event of accident, theft or mishap.You can expect to earn gross revenues of $50, 000 to $75, 000 and up, depending on the services you provide and the clients you target.You can charge clients with a variety of membership fees based on the nature of service and number of requests per month.You can charge for family or individual membership, a corporate membership for companies to give their employees, and a onetime service fee.Remember though, that whatever you purchase for your clients are billed to them.

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