If you wish to build your own e-commerce business, as an extra source of income or as an alternative to your 9-5 job, and aren’t sure how or where to start, in this guest post, by Michelle Laurey, you will learn the important things you need to start and run your own successful home-based e-commerce business.
Thanks to the internet, it is easier than ever to launch and build a business from the ground up, from the comfort of your home, and expand your earning potential with lower startup costs.
Not everyone is suited to the 9-5 lifestyle. With eCommerce, you can work wherever you are, whenever you want. All you need is a phone, laptop, and a strong network connection.
Things you need to know before you start selling on print-on-demand websites; plus some tricks on how to promote your products and make sales.
Platforms discussed in this post are Zazzle, Redbubble, Cafepress, Threadless, and Printful.
Attention! Before getting involved with Redbubble, please read this update first.
Online business can be considered as an active income and a passive income option. And there are various methods to run a business online. I went through 5 of the passive income ones in last week’s post 5 Online Businesses That Work.
In this post, however, I’m discussing the method I have tried so far which is selling products online. I tried several websites and here I will be sharing the pros and cons through my experience with Zazzle, Redbubble, Cafepress, Threadless, and Printful. (You can jump to Zazzle’s section to skip the intro.)
Everyone is looking for ways to make money online, because who doesn’t want to be able to increase their income while sat at home.
However, there is a lot of methods out there that just don’t seem to work, in this post, I share with you 5 methods that do work.
This has been a hard post to put down because there is a crazy number of methods where you can make money online. Not all of them will make someone rich of course, but they do add up. However, I figured I better not overwhelm myself by trying to list every single one of them, but rather choose the ones that would actually have a decent return of money over time.