Hey! I am looking to start a home-based business. I started with the whole herbalife thing and I hated everything about it. I?m not a salesman; I don?t want to tell my story, no pyramid things. I just want to spend time on the computer doing tedious tasks that make me money. I know this question is worn out, but does anyone have any suggestions that would meet those criteria??? Thanks, I have enjoyed the forum.
#1. "RE: Start a home-based Business" In response to Reply # 0
I have heard HerbalLife is a difficult business to build.
From my experience, most people do not want to sell and are not comfortable selling. A traditional MLM model based on buying and then trying to resell an inventory is not something most people are able to succeed with. I found an interesting site www.home-wealth-success.net which gives excellent idea about home-based business. It?s worth trying.
#2. "RE: Start a home-based Business" In response to Reply # 0
You need to do something you are familiar with and comfortable with. There are a lot of get rich quick schemes out there that will waste your time and money. Do some research, start with something you really like or love. For instance, I love dogs and I started out breeding Yorkies and Dachshunds. That love grew into owning two online pet boutiques. And I still love doing it.
#3. "RE: Start a home-based Business" In response to Reply # 0
I agree with Carlar9. There are a TON of scams out there. I would hate for anyone to get caught-up in one of them. Searching for tedious tasks to do on the computer can be extremely time consuming for little money. If you like to do tedious tasks, why not start a "tedious task" business? Actually let people know you are willing to do their computer work and charge them a set rate per hour.
As the old saying goes, think of something you like to do - and will continue to like to do two years from now. If you have a interest today, will you be interested in it a few years down the road?
Think of all the things that can be done with what you like to do. For instance, if you like to garden, think of starting a plant nursery. Then you can expand into offering garden design service, then, as your company grows, you can offer landscaping...
#4. "RE: Start a home-based Business" In response to Reply # 0
You're going to have to be a salesman no matter what business you choose because you're going to have to promote yourself one way or another... if you're just looking to do tedious tasks.. well... that's called a job and not your own business...
So, find something you do and that will help you get over your lack of salesmanship because it will be easy to talk about
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#5. "RE: Start a home-based Business" In response to Reply # 0
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#8. "You're kidding.. Right???" In response to Reply # 7
>There are several company's that pay you 50-100 per day just >to take online survey (or click on links) take a look on >Craigslist.org and you will find them > Every, and I do mean EVERY company that "pays" $50-$100 fo "online surveys" requires you to: Get a Credit Card, Sign up for a service, or buy a product.
I've been working online and checking out the so called "survey" offers for years. It's 99% ####. The 1% that isn't, usually offers a few cents, to a few dollars, and is very selective.
One final note.. the $50-$100 deals kind of leave out the "fine print" until you sign up. That's when you'll read "You'll have the opportunity to qualify for our drawing..." blah, blah, blah.