I am a stay at home mom who needs to earn extra cash i need ideas toa low cost small business idea or ventur?
Have you considered being a personal shopper? You can run errands for people who are otherwise too busy with work, etc. Pick up gifts or groceries, dry cleaning, you name it. Or maybe running elderly persons to their doctor’s appointments? Lots you can do and not have to be one of those home-based party sales people. If that is something you are interested in though, try something that you believe in yourself and know you can sell (it’s a tough business – I tried doing Gold Canyon Candles and Tupperware before, it was ok for a bit but after a while, you may run out of steam & customers…)
I’m looking for low cost business ideas, I have $10,000 to invest?
You might want to take a look at a low cost – fast growing business, on the wellness revolution, which is rather a trend than a fashion. This business will allow you to achieve a linear income while building a residual income, which can grow as much as you want to make it grow.
Initial investment is far less than $10,000, and if you are willing to invest $800 , the initial return rate is 42% (monthly basis)
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Has anyone tried interviewing a group of realtors?
Considering having a bunch of realtors come to my house and individually pitch their plan to sell my house in the current market. Marketing strategy, reduction in commission, etc. My house has been on the market for over a year and has not sold (Atlanta area). Great house, low price, but cannot compete against new homes that builders are dumping for bargain prices. Other methods for getting the best deal with realtors?
Realtors don’t sell anything.
90% of houses are sold, after somebody searched for one on the internet.
Your house will sell for todays right price, which is 30% lower then 2 years ago. That’s for a 400,000 house from 2 years ago today 280,000.
What is a normal daily spending budget for keywords?
So I’m back again, working on the last part of my internet marketing project. I’m just so stuck on the budget because I have no idea how to pick numbers and then justify them. I found a great site to estimate the cost of my keywords, but it makes me enter a daily spending limit. Any ideas on what a normal budget per day would be for keyword pricing? (By the way, my company is a multimillion dollar industry)
A few guidelines:
1. Make sure you are not spending more per lead than you make on a sale. Seems obvious but you’d be surprised.
2. Figure out of how many leads you need to finalize an actual sale and how much profit you make from that sale.
3. Make sure you are not spending more per lead than the amount you make on a sale divided by the number of average leads you need to make a sale.
You’re selling a product that costs $5.
For each item sold, you make a $3 profit.
After analyzing the number sales that resulted from people clicking your ads against the total number of people who clicked on your ads, you realize that for every 10 people who click on your ad, you make 1 sale on average.
If your data is solid and spanned over a long period of time you can eventually assume that for every person who clicks on your ad you make a $0.30 profit.
Therefor you should be spending less than $0.30 per click or you’ll be losing money.
I’m assuming the only purpose of those ads is to generate sales and not brand awareness.
As for the daily budget, it depends on what your company can afford and its marketing strategy.
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