So, here we are continuing our piece with the third and final installment.

Printing Cups and Shirts

Here lately, the desire and market for customized printed items is on the rise. If you have a creative side to you and enjoy designing and selling your offerings, then starting an online printing business maybe just what you are looking for. There are several options and avenues that you can take. The first option is to work through an online printing service that handles all the behind the scenes work for you, while you focus on building your customer base. Such websites include PrintingInABox.com, which allows you to sign up and begin creating business. On the other hand, if you have the equipment to print your own shirts and cups from home, then setting up an Etsy shop or sell through eBay is a great option as well.

Offer Technical Support

If you are people-friendly and enjoy working over the phone, then offering online technical support is a great option for you! To work as a Technical Support person, a company that outsources or requires this type of service for their business must first use you. Usually, you will be required to have a computer, working and fast Internet access, a telephone and a happy demeanor. Some great websites to find jobs that need Technical Support staff include Freelancer.com and Elance.com.

Online Translation Services

Being bi-lingual is a gift, and if you have this type of gift then you should use it to make some great money over the internet. Many people need translation services, especially if they are in need of writing a book or translating a document. Freelance online translation services are flourishing now because not everyone can speak multiple languages and translate when needed. According to the Writer’s Market, freelance translators make anywhere between the amounts of $0.50 to $1.40 per word, making the income potential very great.

Online Piano Lessons

Are you creative, enjoy playing the piano and have a knack for teaching others? If you answered yes, then teaching online might be your niche. There are several websites that allow you to sell your piano services to those seeking a tutor. For example, BookFresh.com allows you to set-up your own home-based piano studio to teach out of over a webcam. Another great website to check out is Thumbtack.com, which gives you the opportunity to book students throughout the week, offer quotes to those who are seeking your service and give valuable lessons to your students – all from the comfort of your home!

Now that you have these unique ideas, we are sure you’d have fun working on the internet with your new E – Business in 2014.


Source by Jamie Clay