Truth Be Told
It Makes More Sense
Owning a “real” business means you need to think about bank loans or financing, leases, maintaining inventory, business insurance, finding staff, training staff, etc. You then need to factor in finding a prime location for your business. If you don’t have enough footfall then you can expect to be shutting up shop in as little as a few months. In fact, 50% of small brick-and-mortar businesses fail within their first 3 years.
Some of the things we love about pretty much any online business model out there include:
- Low startup costs
- No staff
unless you choose to required,
- Almost non-existent overheads
- Can be run from anywhere in the world
- Can be run part-time
Brick and mortar Businesses Fail Because Of Financial Burdens
BILLION People Is Your Market Since Day One
MILLION Americans Make Their Living Online
Cups of Coffee Is What You Need To Spend On Your Next Business 🙂
“Those who said you couldn’t do it are watching!”
In Short, If you are on Facebook you can very well be on your website’s management system. It is all about uploading pictures, sharing links and writing the exciting info.
When you open a brick-and-mortar business you will need to learn some plumbing, some wall patching and some heavy duty cleaning techniques. I mean there is a learning curve
When you learn that which is related to one online business, you have also learned that which is related to them all! And you will succeed with your second business 10 times easier than your first success.
- Content Writing
- Uploading Images and Explaining Them
- Sharing Cool Info
- Posting On Social Media!