One very easy way to start your online business is with a blog. You can do it in 3 steps:
1.Choose a market, a domain, a niche
When choosing a market, watch 3 aspects:
-It has to be about a domain that people are interested. Make some google (re)searches and see how many products are offered on that market.
-Are people buying on Internet those products?
-How passionate you are about that market?
If you love cars, you can blog about it and join the affiliate program of Ebay (before runned by CJ.com):
2. Choose a blog platform
For starting a blog you have a lot of options. The most used are Wordpress, Blogspot, LiveJournal & TypePad. I would personally recommend 2:
- Blogger of Google http://www.blogger.com/home
I like it very much because it seems easy to use and it gets very well indexed by Google, the no 1 search engine.
- Wordpress http://wordpress.org/
It is considered the most complex platform for blogging. For some adjustments, you will probably need a specialist help if you don't know too much about programming.
3. Join some Affiliate Programs
Some companies have their own affiliate programs (like the above of Ebay.com). Others, they manage affiliate through a third party known as Affiliate Networks:
4. "Have A Consistent Posting Frequency" & learn from “moguls” like John Chow:
I recommend John Chow because this is how I recommend myself: Not a "get-rich-quick" schemer! Listen to John, and then you'll understand why I have "1 year" in my domain name:
"Very few normal businesses can be started for $8.95 (cost of a domain name) and glow into a $400,000 operation in three years. But that is the power of blogging if you take this seriously and continue to work at it on a consistent basis."
Anyway, if you still search for a "get-rich-quick-scheme", try Mr Rich Jerk!
If he disappoints you, you can't accused him he didn't warned you about his ...jerkness!
PS...and if you consider yourself a "too experienced Internet marketer" for my advices, then go to.............John Chow's blog, share your expertise & drive some "damn" traffic :P