5 Best Online Businesses Opportunities in 2019

This post about the 5 best online business opportunities in 2019 aims to give an excellent overview to aspiring online marketers. We hope it will provide you with some fresh new idea’s that make your creative juices flow.

The age of the internet ushered in a lot of goodies, and one that we love the most is its earning potential.

From the comfort of your home, you can rake in several thousand, if not millions, of dollars monthly. All you need to have is an internet connection and a device with which to connect to the internet.

But then, you have heard all of that before.

We can bet that you don’t often hear this though; recording huge success online comes down to selecting the best online business opportunities! Not just anyone you come across.

Thus, we have curated some of the very best and brought them all to you in this list.

BONUS: They are all beginner-friendly too. In fact, you require zero capital to get started on some.

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#1 Sell Some Information

The world consumes information at an alarming pace right now, and it is still hungry for more. However, the hunger for information does not mean the consumers will take anything.

They are looking for fresh, unique and selling content.

That’s why you should do it – especially if you are an expert in your field at something.

What you need to do is establish yourself as an authority in the field; create content around your expertise and let it out. Hint: You don’t even have to be a good writer. Piece together what you want and get a writer off freelancing platforms (Upwork, Fiverr, etc.) to help you out.

#2 Dropshipping

Why we love dropshipping has to be the genius behind that business model.

Basically, you set up an online store with the aim of selling certain products to your potential customers. The good news here is, you don’t have to stock up any of the products. After all, doing so would require that you incur costs on warehousing, inventory, stocking management and much more.

How do you get to sell, then? Once a customer places an order for a product on your website, you direct that order to a manufacturer/supplier who fulfils it. In that case, you become a middleman who gets their own share from helping connect the seller to the buyer.

The better news is, you earn any surcharge you place on the initial price of the product.

#3 Affiliate Marketing

If there is a more significant genius than the idea of dropshipping, it has to be affiliate marketing. Its ease of setup, wide array of products to choose from and requirements of almost zero to zero capital makes it one of the best online business opportunities for us.

As an affiliate marketer, you get to review tons of products and suggest the best of the bunch to a group of waiting customers.

You, on the one hand, are providing value by helping consumers make a better buying decision. They will, in turn, make purchases based on your recommendation and be grateful for it.

The good news for you is that you earn a percentage on any sales they make. This percentage can be as high as 40% in some cases – and you could be earning this recurrently, depending on the kind of affiliate program you are working with. To see a list of our most preferred affiliate programs, you should look at the resource here.

#4 Flipping Websites

This will take a bit of research and some capital on your part. It all depends on how much you are willing to invest. But if that is no objection for you, then this is a very lucrative endeavour.

Some website owners are looking for anyone who would take their sites off their hands. More often than not, you will find sellers who do not know the exact traffic and SEO potential of their websites. These are the people you want to target.

Buying such websites for tens to hundreds of dollars, hiring an SEO specialist for a couple hundred more and selling the site for thousands, sounds like a good deal, doesn’t it?

#5 Freelancing

This is the gig economy, and it is booming. If you don’t believe us, ask a massive 34% of the entire US workforce who prefer to freelance than go the regular nine-to-five route. Before you sneer at them, note that they get to choose their own hours and still manage to make more than their counterparts in the offices, on the average.

The great thing about freelancing is that you get to do what you love the most for money.

Find a digital skill you can offer for value – be it copywriting, translation services, web and/ or app programming, graphics design, voice-overs, etc. – and pitch clients who would be willing to outsource their work to you.

Of course, you would have to start small. Keep at it long enough, though, and you might have to hire extra hands to take care of all the additional workload.

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