|By PR Newswire||
|April 8, 2014 07:00 PM EDT||
SAN DIEGO, April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Finding the best profitable small business ideas in 2014 is the challenge of every new entrepreneur this year. The decision of what type of business to begin is one of the first major choices a business owner will make, and it can be obviously impact the future success or failure of the business. In order to help new entrepreneurs in their research of what business to start, Empowered Ezine recently released an article that takes a look at some of the great business ideas that could be successful, not just for 2014 but for many years to come.
The author of the new article says, "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."
She goes on to say that three of the small business ideas she will be trying this year will be:
• Teaching workshops online
• Creating a niche websites
• Starting a pet grooming service
The writer of the new article explains that she will start off by teaching online, creating course materials and creating an online presence. This will be followed by the niche website that will tie in with the content being taught with her online workshop and offer affiliate links to related content and products. Lastly the writer explains,
"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."
The article ends by saying, "I'm so excited about jumping into these projects and getting the businesses started! I'm going to start with the first two since they can bring in revenue day and night once they're set up. After I've learned the ins and outs of making them profitable, I'll develop additional information products and niche sites related to other topics I'm interested in."
For more information on finding the best small business to start, click here to read the full article on Empowered Ezine.
Media Contact: Kevin Blue, EmpoweredEzine.com, 949-292-8401, [email protected]
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