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200 Best Home Businesses - A Good Fit For Expanding Your Existing Business?

by Yvonne Russell on June 4th, 2008

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A book like 200 Best Home Businesses is a good place to start to

Here are just 41 of the 200 businesses listed in this book.

  1. Accountant
  2. Adoption Agency
  3. Advertising Agency
  4. Apartment Preparation
  5. Antiques Dealer
  6. Bed & Breakfast
  7. Bookkeeper
  8. Bridal Consultant
  9. Cake Decorator
  10. Calligrapher
  11. Child Care Referral Service
  12. Collectibles Brochure
  13. Color Consultant
  14. Commercial Cleaning Service
  15. Commercial Plant Watering Service
  16. Day Care Service
  17. Event Planner
  18. Freelance Writer/Copyeditor/Illustrator
  19. Gardening Consultant/Landscaper
  20. Gift Basket Business
  21. Hairstylist
  22. Homeschooling Consultant
  23. Jewelry Designer
  24. Lactation Consultant
  25. Lawyer
  26. Magician
  27. Massage Therapist
  28. Meals To Go
  29. Notary Public
  30. Online Retailer
  31. Online Services Consultant
  32. Personal Development Coach
  33. Rare Book Dealer
  34. Retirement Planner
  35. Small Business Consultant
  36. Travel Agent
  37. Vacation Rentals Broker
  38. Videographer
  39. Website Developer
  40. Windows Treatment Specialist
  41. Word Processing Service

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POSTED IN: Home Business Opportunities

3 opinions for 200 Best Home Businesses - A Good Fit For Expanding Your Existing Business?

  • Jo
    Jun 8, 2008 at 12:50 pm

    I already have this book, it is full of valuable information. Great buy.

  • Yvonne Russell
    Jun 9, 2008 at 6:40 am

    Thanks for your feedback Jo. It’s always good to get other opinions.

  • needAnotary
    Jun 17, 2008 at 3:45 pm

    Starting a Notary Public practice is simple to do and does not require a large outflow of cash to get started.

    I would suggest getting a high-power website and delivering quality service when you start to build a sound business. Stray away from working with signing services as they sometimes don’t pay or pay late, like 30, 60 or even 90 days after work has been completed.

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