Money Making Tips for the Online Entrepreneur


There are a vast number of money making tips for the online entrepreneur. A little creativity and planning can lead to a large profit margin. From choosing what product or service to sell to choosing which online outlets to use all have an impact on the bottom line.

Money Making Tips for the Online Entrepreneur

1. Choose Which Product or Service to Sell

While this may seem like common sense, it has a large impact on the bottom line. When starting out, try selling only what you are familiar with. For example, if you have small children, perhaps selling children’s toys or kids clothes will net a great profit. This is because the entrepreneur knows the basic value without having to do a lot of research on the product. For those who sell handmade products, do a search online to see what sells regularly and for a good sized profit margin.

2. Choose Where to Sell

Choosing the right place to sell is crucial to being profitable. Amazon, eBay, and Craigslist are three of the most popular. Look at the audience of what is being sold. Where will it get the most attention? The other main factor to look at is the fees associated with selling. They typically range from no fees to 20%. Choosing more than one site can be profitable. Local groups tend to do well for large household items.

3. Trim Overhead Expenses

A large part of keeping profit up is by keeping the overhead low. For the online business entrepreneur, a reliable internet connection not only essential but it is only fairly costly. Shop around for a reliable internet connection at a fraction of the cost. Some entrepreneurs consider Clear internet when shopping for an Internet provider. Shop around to get the best deal on internet, a business telephone line, or other overhead expenses.

4. Inventory and Shipping Supplies on the Cheap

With any business, whether online or brick and mortar, it is important to get inventory and other business essentials inexpensively. Sometimes, this is easy to do; other times it requires some creative thinking. Buying supplies in bulk can save a nice amount of cash. Yard sales, storage auctions, and Craigslist ads are fantastic ways to obtain a large inventory for pennies on the dollar.

Saving money is a key goal for the online entrepreneur. The more money is saving, the higher the bottom line can become. As business grows, it becomes easier to learn the tips associated with inexpensive inventory and supplies.

Author Bio

Annabelle is currently a loving and caring mother of two children. She lives outside of Milwaukee, WI and loves cheering for the Bucks and Badgers. She is a blog enthusiast and loves writing, if she is not writing she is cleaning up after her two lovely angels.

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6 thoughts on “Money Making Tips for the Online Entrepreneur

  1. If you have heard of Chris Farrell (Voted Number 1 Online Income Service) as the internet’s number coach, his method is very successful and very easy. He defends a 3 simple steps method where you can become very successful. In your article you have written well and that’s right, thank you for the tips.
    Chris Farrell defends similar but in different orders. Firstly, create a one page website, secondly build your list and thirdly market related products to your niche. Instead of searching for a market for products to sell, searching for products to market related to your niche can return you better.
    Thanks again for your post;)

    1. Wendy,

      Thanks for sharing this site. I have just signed up and I am waiting to see if I am approved. I also share money making opps for moms on my other website Giveaways4Mom.com.

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