You could take this one step further by offering a detailing service to customers. Instead of just washing cars, offer to wax or vacuum the interior, also. This service will require a few extra items, such as a shop vacuum and wax, but you earn a lot more by offering “upgrade” services like these. Chances are, if someone is paying you to wash their car, they wouldn’t mind paying an extra $10 to $20 dollars for a more thorough cleaning.
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I also have sourced recently new products and about to receive them soon. As you are the kind of the keyword expert to ask here ;): What type of strategy you have used to implement keywords in your product titel and backend? I guess stuffing (secondary) keywords in the title is a bad strategy? How many keywords MAX would you recommend for the backend? Or is there no limit?
Hey Chris! I stumbled upon your site from a few people. I’m now interested in starting a niche business and grow from there. I’ve tried to target another niche, with keywords as a first timer, and still having difficulties targeting certain keywords. I would like to get a boost of motivation on starting a small and simple amazon style niche site. I don’t know if you covered this, but I’d like to know what sort of criteria that you go through when choosing a site. So far, I have found a keyword with the following criteria:
There are plenty of product review schemes and scams to watch out for, however. A large number of websites offer to pay for product reviews, and many seem to come and go out of business quickly.[3] You can opt to work through affiliate programs run by large companies like Amazon (https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/), which may offer you some more confidence in its legitimacy and stability.
In your parent's day, the only way to make a living drawing comics was to get your comics into the newspaper or work for DC and Marvel. Today, you can draw comics about anything you want and start your own site to host them with a little money borrowed from mom and dad. Selling t-shirts and space for advertisers is a great way to earn a little money with your own comic.
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