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what business is best for a stay home mum

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    kuuditposted 8 years ago

    what business is best for a stay home mum

  2. lama204 profile image53
    lama204posted 8 years ago

    I dont know if you have knowladge about affiliate marketing. That is what i do. But you need to made yr mind first. You have to spend atleast 3 HRS per day, for the first couple of months.
    Im a member of clickbank pirate. you dont need a website. but you have to adverstise hard. by any means, blog, chat, tweets, facebook, forum, articles etc. so its sounds quite hard but after 2 to 3 months you are right there.

    You can have look on my blog to find out what is affiliate marketing? and what is clickbank pirate? how does it works?


  3. darrylcrawford profile image69
    darrylcrawfordposted 8 years ago

    I agree with lama204. Also post hubs and get an google adsense account start so you get get traffic to your hub pages and make $. I'd also do this takes little to no time each day to do which will make you $$$$ when you spread the word..


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    TryGuyposted 7 years ago


    My wife makes well into 6-figures running three profitable businesses from our home. She's been doing it for almost five years. They are legitimate online businesses that she owns and can resell for a profit later on. She has two employees and is still free to be a mom and a business owner at the same time. One business is an e-book that she wrote and it sells itself. The second is where she sort of repackages a couple of products. Then, the third, which is her 'bread and butter' is where she drop ships goods from a vendor. The best thing is that she's the boss and controls her own destiny. And, she's building one heck of a nest egg for us for the future. Please check out my blog about her: www.startinternetbusinessblog.com.

  5. mepperly profile image68
    mepperlyposted 6 years ago

    eBay is working for me... I have found a great source for clothing and I love my job and am quickly turning it into a full time income, part time. Read my hubs.