"Based on review of many different options, below are ten natural home-based businesses offered to women that are valid and likely to make money for part-time second incomes," says Lucille F. Friedland, www.FriedlandMarketing.com.
(PRWEB) November 17, 2011
Women are often offered the chance to establish a home-based business. How does one know what businesses are safe? Based on review of many different options, below are ten natural home-based businesses offered to women that are valid and likely to make money for part-time second incomes. Results are based on review of different businesses by Lucille F. Friedland, business founder • marketer • problem-solver • author • interior designer • in building. General public is invited to sign up for these business offerings often through links or contact info that is scheduled to be posted by November 17, 2011 by noon mountain time on the “Options” page of http://www.FriedlandMarketing.com, with women natural home-based business owners offering each service using a price sheet for fees with a legal contract, and businesses described with their official company slogans within quotation marks, being the following:
1. LegalShield: “Total Access. Total Freedom.” (used to be Pre-Paid Legal Services) – For monthly fee(s), those who sign up can access to legal, lawyer, and identity theft protection services.
2. Homestead: “Get a Site. Get Found. Get Customers.” (an Intuit Company) for web site building software.
3. ConstantContact for their e-mail marketing services, sometimes called e-Newsletters.
4. CafePress: “favorite place to buy or make unique T-shirts and gifts” ™ -- Business might be one where an artist or photo taker sells items showcasing their design to someone who charges a fee to provide the service to others.
5. CraigsList: offering in their words local classifieds and community forums – community moderated and largely free, with a business being selling items online or helping other people to do so.
6. Zoomerang: “Online Surveys & Polls”.
7. Microsoft computer software, Word for word processing.
8. Microsoft computer software, Excel for spreadsheets.
9. Microsoft computer software, for PowerPoint slides for talks.
10. FaceBook, self-described on their “About” page as “Giving people the power to share and make the world more open and connected”– A social media online service.
Many businesses offerings listed above are ones that hold value for business owners to purchase anyway, such as LegalShield, a web site from Homestead, e-Newsletter software of ConstactContact, and the Microsoft Office suite above listed, and a FaceBook account. Most of the above-listed items require either that purchase software or of an online service. Some of them are now free, on an ongoing basis or at least to start with their services. Once more, links to these companies can be found on http://www.FriedlandMarketing.com.
ABOUT THE RESEARCHER COMPANY:
“Marketing is Fun, When One Takes a Warm-Hearted Approach.”
Business Founder • Marketer • Problem-Solver • Author • Interior Designer • in Building.
Goal-focused, profit-driven, has worked with small businesses to help them arrive.
CONTACT: Lucille F. Friedland, (505) 504-3404, friedland7(at)aol(dot)com, http://www.FriedlandMarketing.com.