Which Online Business Models Work Best for Part Timers?

Which Online Business Models Work Best for Part Timers?

Which Online Business Models Work Best for Part Timers?

There are so many options to choose from. Is one better than another for those who only work on their business part time? Not necessarily. But sometimes it can interfere, depending on the business model and your schedule.

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For example, you might not be able to pursue a service-oriented business life ghostwriting or graphics or web design if you never know exactly how much time you’ll have to work on your business.

 

It’s possible that your life is hectic and you’re pursuing this as a “when I have a few spare moments” goal. That’s perfectly okay, too! You just need to find something that fits your schedule so that you don’t wind up with angry clients and customers because you didn’t meet a deadline.

 

If you do have set hours and you know that you have exactly 2 hours a day to put into your business and that you can write 5 pages of content, then you can figure out a delivery schedule for ghostwriting, for example – and you wouldn’t be putting your business reputation at risk.

 

You also want to allow for physical and mental exhaustion. If you’re already stretched to the gills with work and life and trying to supplement your income with a part time endeavor online, then you might want something where it comes easy to you – not something that you struggle to learn and master.

 

Blogging is a great business model because it enables you to work when you can and pull in a variety of profits. For example, your income can be derived on a blog from:

 

  • Banner ad revenue
  • AdSense links
  • Tangible affiliate reviews
  • Digital affiliate reviews
  • Your own info product creations (like eBooks)

The great thing about schedules is that blogging allows you to schedule blogs ahead of time, so if you have more time on one day, you can queue up a few days’ worth of blog posts and let them automatically go live without you having to log in and publish them.

 

Coaching may or may not be a good business model for you because it requires you to be available at certain times of the day. If you’re a day worker planning to work on your part time business at night, that may not work for your clients – or it could be perfect timing! It depends on the niche and each individual’s needs.

 

A membership site can pull in quite a bit of money for you – and it doesn’t require you to be there daily except to make sure things are running smoothly. You can create an entire membership ahead of time that drip feeds to your customers when they sign up. Then you can spend the bulk of your work hours on marketing and promotion.

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Things like affiliate marketing and info product development are all easy to pursue as a part time work at home individual. You write when you can – even on your lunch hour at work – and publish whenever something is completed.

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Blogging is Alive & Well

Blogging is Alive & Well

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Blogging is Alive & Well!

Social media is definitely changing how we receive and look at information and some are saying blogging is dead and that social media has killed it. However, they are dead wrong. In fact blogging is often the backbone for many businesses. Blogging is alive and well.  Blogging allows you to generate influence, build your authority and cultivate relationships with your clients and customers, while reaping the benefits of making a living doing something you, hopefully, love.

As long as you are giving value or entertaining your audience, your audience will read it so keep blogging and if you haven’t started a blog, now is the time, a blog is your online real estate.

FACT: 37% of marketers say blogs are the most valuable type of content marketing. (Source: Content Plus)

FACT: Company websites with blogs get 55% more visitors (Source: Content Plus)

FACT: 46% of people read blogs more than once a day. (Source: HubSpot)

FACT: Most people read 5-10 blogs. (Source: HubSpot)

So what is a blog really? A blog is an online website that has entries known as posts that appear from last entered to first in chronological order. Blogs feature comments from their readers, links to other sites and products and interaction with social media platforms. The format of blog posts can be written, images, videos, audios or any combination of these. Most blogs are created using specific software such as WordPress or Blogger.

There are many reasons people blog. Probably the original reason was to express thoughts and opinions, and that’s still a popular reason to blog. People also blog when they have something they want to market or promote, such as for a business or yourself.

Another reason is to help other people in similar situations as you, such as in parenting or health-related blogs. Or you might want to blog to establish yourself as an expert in your topic.

You could start a blog to connect with like-minded people. Or to make a difference in a cause you are passionate about, like social or environmental issues.

A good many blogs are created to make money by promoting products or services as well as other income-generating activities.

Other people simply blog as a creative outlet and to have fun. They may dedicate their blog to a particular actor or hobby.

Just about anything you want to know can often be found online in a blog. Not all of these blogs are profitable; some are just for information, some for non-profit.

If you’re like many new bloggers, you are most likely wanting to make your blog profitable. You need to know, though, that not all topics will be profitable. It’s best to do some research before you jump in with writing posts. You’ll want to see if there are people spending money in your niche.

You don’t want to be a copycat niche either. You’ll want to develop your own unique voice that people will listen to and come back for more.

Finally, you need to know what your unique selling proposition is, so people will instantly recognize your brand.

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