Are you a young kid, teenager, youth, who wants to start a business.
Are you a college grad who wants to create a job (rather than finding one).
In any case, the internet has opened up a world of opportunities for the entrepreneur-at-heart.
In this 21st century, which is known as the information age, has brought lots of opportunities to different individuals. You don’t have to look for a job as long as you have a laptop, you are good to go
We are going to look at 25 businesses that you can start today and efficiently run with just a laptop and an internet connection.
If you have your own idea feel free to share
#1 Web Developer
A web developer is a programmer who creates programs and applications for the World Wide Web. A web developer knows how to build a website from the bottom up: they can create custom code to accommodate your unique needs, developing everything from the site layout to features and functions on the webpage.
There are a lot of small businesses that don’t have a website, which is a wide opportunity for a developer
#2 Mobile App Developer
There were 140 billion mobile apps downloaded to smartphones in 2014. By 2016, the International Telecommunication Union reports that there will be more than 2 billion smartphones in the world and we have every reason to believe the number of mobile apps downloaded annually will increase.
#3 Blog Maintenance Provider
As tracked by BlogPulse, there were 126 million blogs on the internet in 2010 and most of them suck.
Most bloggers think they just have to write, post, and auto-tweet. So if you know how to properly publish a WordPress blog post, you can offer this as a service to serious bloggers.
#4 Logo Designer
Since there are 29.6 million small businesses in the US alone, that’s 29.6 million potential logo customers. But most of them already have logos… But very few of them have good logos.
#5 Web Designer
According to Pingdom, there are 234 million websites on the net. Like small business logos, most of these websites look terrible. And even the good ones, know the value of continually improving the design.