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Profitable Small Business Ideas For 2014 Outlined In A New Article From Empowered Ezine

SAN DIEGO, March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- EmpoweredEzine.com is an online article directory where new and experienced entrepreneurs can find and share information and tips on how to choose and run the best business, and learn from top rated industry professionals. The website's motto "Where knowledge equals power" sums up the goal of each article posted to the site. With 2014, there are many new windows of opportunity for small business handlers out there, Empowered Ezine is here to help by showing readers what are some of the more profitable small business ideas for 2014 in their newest article.

The article's writer begins by giving a brief introduction: "Each year it's my goal to earn more than I did in the previous year so that I can easily care for my family, save for my financial goals, give generously and enjoy life to the fullest. To meet this goal, this year I'm going to work on creating some small businesses that require very little investment , but have great potential to increase my income every single day, even while I'm sleeping."

Of the new small ideas mentioned, the article writer notes teaching workshops as one of leading examples. Business owners would do well to look at the teaching workshops because online workshops it can give business owners the luxury of time and a home-based office with the only requirements being personal knowledge on a subject. As the writer puts it: "I'm putting together a series of lessons which will be delivered to students via email. To add more value, and offer a more personal touch, I'll hold webinars where students can share ideas and ask questions. When I'm not running live courses, I'll still have a self-study course, with recordings of the webinars, available for people to work through on their own."

Others may want to take a look at starting their own personal niche website. Especially effective when paired with a online teaching workshop, business owners can receive passive bonuses when combining the two. The website creator can for example create work the website in conjunction to the online workshop, effectively advertising the workshop and niche website and also putting any affiliate products that are related to the teaching workshop in full view. For what it's worth, a niche website can be a great way to make periodic amounts of income over time.

The last small business idea the writer mentions is pet grooming. As the article distinctly says, "This third business idea isn't online or related to the other two and it's far more "hands-on" than the others, but I can't spend all day in front of the computer creating and marketing my businesses, so this will get me out of the house, talking with others and let me be around animals. People these days are busy, and gladly pay for convenience, so my idea is to outfit a work van so that I can have a portable pet washing and grooming station that goes directly to the pet owner's door. They don't have to cajole their pets into their car and endure the drive and wait at the groomers, nor will they have mess to clean up when Fido gets loose and runs around the house with suds in his fur."

All of these small business methods are a great way to start out for first-time business owners. To get a more in-depth look at some of the best small businesses to start in 2014 , please visit EmpoweredEzine.com to view to full article.

Media Contact: Kevin Blue, EmpoweredEzine.com, 949-292-8401, [email protected]

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