#54. "RE: looking for business ideas" In response to Reply # 0
I am new here. But, I have observed a lot of people on these boards looking for a great business idea. And while many of us have been approached by people who say they have one, they often do not.
Seems to me, that there might be some value to starting a business that screens and evaluates these opportunities for others.....for a small fee? And, it seems there are a lot of people in this group who have already invested their time to become experts in knowing what is out there, what to stay away from, and what to avoid.
Just a thought. (I would like to be your first customer.)
#55. "RE: looking for business ideas" In response to Reply # 54
You may not have to pay for the service. There are numerous boards and forums that will help you avoid many of the scams, schemes, and ill-advised bizopps promoted online currently.
One of those forums is FriendsinBusiness.com where I am a moderator.
You can search both the current posts as well as archives for any business opportunity or "guru" promoting eveything from home-based business to "arm chair riches" and other GRQ (Get-Rich-Quick) programs.
You'll also find a listing of successful businesses there.
Another option is to visit StartUpNation.com . Look for their "Top 100 Home-based Business" 2008 contest and see the 1000+ businesses submitted. You may find just the business idea you are seeking.
No business is right for everyone, no matter what a particular or recruiter may say.
Dennis Bevers BASSCO, Inc. Full-time, home-based, self-empolyed since 1987. Dealers needed-US residents only!