you Internet savvy? Have you built websites that have taken off and are
doing well for you? Then you may be able to pass along your tips and tools
of the trade to your customers be paid for doing so!
It will be your business to
seek out new avenues of promotion for your customers including acquiring
link exchanges, adding new content, optimizing the pages that are already
on their site, creating banners and more. The services you decide to offer
your customers will depend on what skills you have and what you want your
business to focus on.
*Positive: One of the
positive sides to this business is working from home on your own computer.
You get to be creative and challenged in your work as well. You will have
to think out of the box to help your client come up with some new and
innovative ideas to market their business and website.
*Negative: There are
many shady business practices out there and you will have to prove your
talents and build a name for yourself. This business will virtually do
well once you have a few websites under your belt, getting your first
initial clients may be the problem at first but do not give up!
Another negative unfortunately
is that you are unable to "guarantee" your clients results when
it comes to the search engines, depending on your client, this could end
up a headache for you.
You can also complete various
programs in web design, so you can add certification to your resume
for corporate clients.