Physical product 4-hour work week business
So do some good SEO research using proven methods, but instead of creating affiliate sites or products around them, create physical products!
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Website 4-hour work week businesses
The good thing about this is that this type of business can not only create an easy muse business for you, but it is also very easy to outsource the entire thing very cheaply using Tim Ferris' principles from the 4 hour work week book. This stuff really works, we have seen people do it, and we see people do it every day. Our customers use our product to do their SEO research for this sole purpose. Claire Smith is one of those customers, and she has used our tool to build hundreds of websites that bring in 5-figures monthly passive income, effectively creating a muse business a la Tim Ferriss. Anybody who is interested in learning how to build a business that can lead to a digital nomad lifestyle should listen to Claire Smith's podcast, as it is an amazing example of how easy it really is once you just know how to do it: >>http://www.nichepursuits.com/podcast-57-claire-smith-makes-5-figures-month-niche-sites-no-link-building/<<
Using the strategies Claire suggests, you can also learn how to build an online business where you can make passive income which will be your new 4 hour work week business.
Disruptive 4-hour work week business ideas
Here are just some of the changes that are occurring right now, as we speak:
- Big data is changing the way we understand the world. This should give you business ideas about how to market differently, how to gather information that was previously unavailable, and bring insights that can help humanity build a better world. There are thousands of business ideas within this category, just waiting for somebody to take them and build something out of them.
- 3D printing is changing the way we manufacture. Imagine this: In the future, there won't be any manufacturing as we know it today. Just imagine every item you have in your house, no longer being built in some factory on the other side of the world, and instead printed right in front of your eyes in your own home. From a 3D model you found on the internet. Which you customized. And perhaps, after you had customized it, you thought to yourself "wow, shape was really cool, I bet other people would be interested in it too!", so you made it available, through another website, for others to print as well. And suddenly you are earning money off of that item, which you build for yourself, in just under an hour. This is not just the future. It is happening, today. And using core SEO principles, if you know how to get to Google page 1, you can create and sell such items too, on your own no. 1 ranking site for your own 3D creations.
- Sharing based businesses: AirBnB was just the beginning. Car sharing, Uber, sharing equipment, captcha, Duolingo... These are all businesses based on one underlying idea: What we live in an economy where ownership is waste, and sharing unused capacity is more efficient. These services are all take unused resources, and using technology make these resources available to people who need them. Just think about it - if you own a car, how much do you really use it? 2 hours per day? And the investment you made in that car, tens of thousands of dollars - it is just lying there gathering dust 22 hours per day? Or AirBnB - unused apartments, just taking space in an already clogged city, while in the meantime there are tens of thousands of people in that same city who are desperately looking for somewhere to live temporarily? All of this is just the beginning, there are still tens of thousands of business ideas just waiting to be discovered using the core principle of "sharing is caring".
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The core principle behind finding 4 hour work week business ideas
We will tell you:
The secret to finding a business idea, regardless of what it is about, is to find the underlying gap in the marketplace for that business idea. And you do that by doing great SEO research, because all needs and offerings, be it physical goods, digital goods, revolutionary goods, is always reflected almost 1:1 on the internet today, based on demand and supply of good sites covering those needs. So if you find a particular site for which there is more demand (more searches) than there is supply (sites covering that demand, and the easiest way to find this is through Allintitle searches), then you will have a top business idea that you can take online on your hands!
You should have all the information you need to find a 4 hour work week business idea of your own! Good hunting!