With the Internet, many of have learned to develop profitable businesses that involve little start up costs, fewer production costs, and very little if any overhead. We all got caught up on just how easy it was to build a business online, and having the global outreach to be able to connect with thousands, if not millions of potential customers all over the world certainly made us sit up and pay attention.
But just how easy is it to build a successful online company?
In every market and industry, you’re swarmed with competition. Even ranking in Google for your chosen keywords can be a time consuming and frustrating process.
That’s not to say that you can’t make a living online with a website and product line of your own, you can, but we’ve become so narrow minded with believing that in order to become a successful entrepreneur, our main focus should always start and end with the Internet.
It’s simply not entirely true. Think of all the countless businesses in your local area.
How many of those people would benefit by having a web presence?
Now, think again about the sheer number of mom & pop shops that don’t have a presence and calculate how much money you could make if you were the bridge that connected their business with the world wide web.