A lot of times people see “services” and think of coaching or one on certain types of classroom environments but we’ll be skipping over that for this instance. Instead we’ll be discussing pretty much anything else which can be considered a service based business model.
This type of service requires a lot of work and in some cases perhaps even a full time staff. You could of course handle the content creation all by yourself, just know that you may be spending the better part of your days keeping up with the workload; especially over time.
Not only can general (or specific) newsletters make for a great service based business, but if you happen to be in the nutrition niche you can always consider making recipe guides. The great thing about going this route is the fact that recipes are pretty easy to compile. It is by no means recommended you just go find a bunch of them from other sources and steal them… no no no, that’s a terrible idea. However, you can call upon these sources for inspiration to then mix & match things and come up with your very own!
Let’s say you’re a writer or an artist or perhaps you’re really good at some specific skills that you can leverage to spark up a deal with others… you can use these skills to start a service business.
There are a number of different places you can promote your service business such as the warriorforum marketplace, right on fiverr.com, the konker.io and others like it. These types of places are a great starting point but it’s always a good idea to then move up the latter and begin advertising your services to places like upwork.com. There are also places known as “writing mills” which you can always go to for a few quick bucks but you aren’t bound to find much there in terms of sustainable income. The idea is to eventually branch out on your own however.
Consulting & Coaching
I know at the start of this writing I said we will skip this but it’s worth at least an honorable mention. Now, of course it’s important to actually be qualified to teach others, or consult with others on any particular task or anything at all really. These days you see a lot of “the blind leading the blind” type of situation in the various marketing niches, this is not going to help anyone in the long run. If you are not an expert in your field it is not exactly a great idea to jup into this business model. Not only could it lead to poor results, but it could lead to legal issues down the road and that’s just bad for the pocketbook no matter how you look at it.
Wrapping It All Up
In conclusion to this fourth part I’d like to mention that offering a service online is a fantastic way to keep the residual income rolling along. One thing to also keep in mind is that service businesses are still a major earner offline. You can potentially make a lot of money offering services out in the physical world. Think of anything you see where people are involved in serving the needs of other people, that’s a service based business!
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