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A new article from Empowered Ezine takes a look at some of the best small business ideas for the year ahead.

A recently featured article from Empowered Ezine helps give potential small business owners a starting point for their research into what business to start by reviewing some of the top small businesses ideas for 2014. is an online article directory where online marketers, entrepreneurs and business owners can share information and learn from some of the industry’s top professionals. The website’s motto “Where knowledge equals power” sums up the goal of the articles posted on the site. The new article continues to help new business owners by ensuring that they are primed with the right information.

The new Empowered Ezine guide says, “Whether it is a first business venture or a new one, finding the right business to invest in is crucial. Many successful business owners have started out small, and have branched out to become multimillion dollar enterprises. Every successful business starts with an idea, and any idea can be worth billions of dollars. Before starting any type of business, it is always a good idea to check the market. What are consumers looking for? Is there a high demand for the product or service, and what kind of return can the business expect over time? These are normal concerns any business owner will have, before investing in a new business. The key is to find the top small business ideas 2014 has for new entrepreneurs and figure out what would work best in your unique situation.”

Empowered Ezine then goes on to look at four small business ideas that can be started quickly with a minimal investment and personnel requirements. These four small business ideas for 2014 are:

  •     Editing
  •     Virtual assistant services
  •     Medical billing and coding
  •     Freelance writing

The things that all of these small business ideas have in common is that they can be started with little else than a good computer, an internet connection, and the skills to get the job done. However, these ideas also have a lot of room for expansion. What might start as a one-person editing business operated from the owner’s home can easily build up to a business that requires office space and employs numerous editors. Of course, this all depends on the small business owner’s ability to market their services and whether they have the desire to keep things small or look at expansion.

The article goes on to briefly explain what each business ideas would involve, to give readers a clearer idea of whether they would be interested in starting such a business. For example, the article says of medical billing and coding:

“Medical billing and coding has really taken the internet by storm. Millions of people are signing up for online medical billing and coding classes, with the intent of starting their own at home business. Doctor's offices, hospitals, and medical clinics rely on the expertise of medical billing and coders to keep their finances in order. The billing and coding specialist works with the insurance company to ensure that timely payments are received according to the services and care patients receive.”

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