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Thinking Of Lunching Your Own Business While Working Remotely? Find Out The Best Ways To Do It

Thinking of Lunching Your Own Business

More than ever now is the best time for people who have always dreamt of setting up their own business to take a bold step. The opportunity you have been looking for could be staring at you right now. You can make the most of your remote work schedule.

Employers are gaining significant benefits from the work-from-home schedule. For instance, more than 70 percent of employees working remotely are reported to be more productive for their companies than when they were working from the office. Besides, employers are also saving big from overhead costs as employees work from home.

So, what’s in it for the employees? You probably have more leisure time at your disposal, which you can use to brainstorm on how to lunch your own business. You shouldn’t miss this juicy opportunity to become an entrepreneur, your own boss. Consequently, if something happens to that job, you will have something to fall back on.

Use Your Free Hours to Conduct Research

As you probably know, setting up a business begins with research. You want to learn about the potential markets for your product or service, who your potential customers are, and how many of them you can possibly reach. You also need to find out how your target audience may prefer to access your product, and so on.

The internet is right at your disposal to get these pieces of information regarding your about-to-be launched product or service. However, if you are not conversant with the techniques and processes involved in making this sort of research products, you should outsource market research to an expert.

There are different ways you can research potential buyers for your product. For instance, you can post an interview request on platforms such as Reddit and Craigslist. But, you should consider giving something in exchange.

Also, you can also take advantage of Instagram by seeking out users who used hashtags related to your product or service. Subsequently, you can send a direct message to those prospects. The feedback you generate from such prospects can reveal if your product would have substantial acceptance or not, and what you can do to make your offer more acceptable.

Learn to Delegate

Bear in mind that setting up a side hustle can be demanding. It becomes even more demanding as a solo operator. You need to conduct research, look for potential buyers, create marketing materials, and so on, plus your full-time remote work. You definitely cannot cope alone.

Fortunately, you can outsource just any task, and the more fortunate thing is that outsourcing is far more cost-effective than hiring full-time. You can leverage outsourcing websites and top freelance platforms to hire any expert.

Finally, ensure you do not neglect your main job while trying to set up your side hustle. You should devote the time due to each responsibility.

Daven Michaels is a New York Times Best Selling Author and CEO of premiere global outsourcing company, 123Employee. The company employs hundreds of young bright individuals on three continents. His International event, Beyond Marketing Live! Inspires entrepreneurs to build & grow their business with revolutionary new theories and systems allowing them to design the business and personal lifestyle of their dreams

3 Responses to “Thinking Of Lunching Your Own Business While Working Remotely? Find Out The Best Ways To Do It”

  1. This was very useful! I am always looking for new side-business ideas :) thanks a lot for sharing

  2. Fantastic, insightful info Daven. Absolutely love the tips.

  3. Fantastic, insightful info Daven. Absolutely love the tips.

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