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David Ogilvy Continues to Teach Us – We Sell or Die

It still so true we should repeat it at the start of every new year.

15 Hot New Startup Businesses For Under $100

Can you really find a new business for under $100?   The short answer is Yes! The longer answer is YES, BUT….

Finding a new business can easily be done for less than $100. But there is much more involved to guarantee your success and that’s what this weeks post is all about, but first to whet your appetite, here are 15 New Hot Startups for under $100. This information comes from an article published in a current issue of Small Business Opportunity Start Your Own Business.

You don’t have to come up with a fortune to start a small business. In fact there are dozens of great new and hot businesses you can start for less than $100. Use your imagination as you scan your community to see what’s needed. If the business you are contemplating already exists, figure out a way to beat your competition by doing it faster-cheaper-or better. Here are some moneymaking potentials for you to consider.

  1. Pet Biz: Pets are hot and services for pets are booming. It’s a  $50 billion a year industry.
  2. Blog for Cash: Everyone wants a blog but can’t provide content. You do it and earn big.
  3. Cleaning Biz: Busy people have no  time and you are selling convenience.
  4. Delivery Service: Connect with small biz in your area that don’t deliver and provide the service.
  5. Custom Cakes: Sweets are always big in any economy, Custom cakes are hot.
  6. Windows: Businesses that offer window cleaning are booming. Residential and Commercial.
  7. eBay: Sell online — your trash is someone’s treasure.
  8. Website: Build a website and sell stuff as you make money from home.
  9. Services For Seniors: You can run errands, teach computer skills, etc. for this market.
  10. Inventory Biz: You photograph/video and list contents of  home for insurance purposes.
  11. Jewelry Empire:  Turn your crafts into cash at sites like etsy.com
  12. Small Biz Owner Fill-In: Start a business filling in for entrepreneurs who need  to be out of the office/shop, etc. but who have no employees to hold down the fort.
  13. Bottle Your Recipe: Take your sauce and sell it at fairs, online and trade shows.
  14. Day Care: Learn regulations and care for kids in your home or their’s.
  15. Apartment Prep Service: You handle cleanup, etc when tenants move out. Connect with realtors, etc.

Mail Order continues to boom! By the end of this year sales for mail order businesses will exceed more than two trillion dollars. It is a wonderful business to  pursue as it easily adapts to a part-time, full- time or weekends- only schedule. You can sell from home and thanks to the Internet, you can effortlessly set up shop and sell your goods to a global audience if you like–and best of all it doesn’t matter where you live…big city or small town, on a farm or up in the mountains–in Chicago or Cleveland or Bombay, India or even from the Bahamas.

The mail order business is one of the least expensive types of business individuals can start. In mail order, a person can start small and then gradually build the business from the profits. Mail order entrepreneurs purchase products wholesale or better yet create their own products, such as a “How-To” book.

Speaking about How To books is a perfect segue to my book HOW TO BECOME A MAIL ORDER MILLIONAIRE. Now in its fourth printing, it is a complete guide to  starting your own home based mail order business.  Easy to read and easier  to follow step by step directions to a business of your own. You’ll learn:

  1. HOW TO GET STARTED
  2. HOW  TO FIND GREAT PRODUCTS
  3. HOW TO MAKE YOUR BUSINESS PROFITABLE FROM THE START
  4. HOW TO PRICE YOUR PRODUCT OR SERVICE FOR BIGGEST PROFITS
  5. SECRETS OF CREATING WINNING MAIL ORDER ADS
  6. HOW  TO USE THE INTERNET TO SUPERCHARGE YOUR  BUSINESS
  7. 14 SURE FIRE CHECK-OFF LISTS THAT GUARANTEE HUGE PROFITS FROM EVERY AD YOU RUN.

Convenience has always been the key to mail order success. Some shoppers love to make purchases from their armchairs. They save time,money, gas, etc. The Internet has been a tremendous boost to mail order businesses. Online shopping is a significant reason mail order selling is growing and the chapter in my book on how to use the Internet contains up-to-date information on this most important tool.

Fred Broitman, a long time mail order expert, has written the definitive guide to success in direct response/mail order. Founder and CEO of SUNMAN DIRECT, Chicago’s oldest and largest independently owned Mail Order/Direct Response Advertising Agency. He is personally responsible for selling hundreds of millions of dollars in products and services and literally helping to create many MAIL ORDER MILLIONAIRES.

The book is available  for purchase from AMAZON at its published price of $39.95 plus s&h but to readers of his blog, you can save $10 and purchase it direct from the publisher for only $29.95 plus $3.50 s&h. (Total $33.40). Please send check or money order to: SUPERIOR PRESS 333 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 1032, Chicago, IL 60601. The book is sold on a money back guarantee of satisfaction.

How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the OWS Protests

That’s the headline to Matt Taibbi’s article in the current issue of ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE. Last week’s post was from a conservative columnist who writes for FORTUNE MAGAZINE. It’s only fair for a progressive view–and there’s few as good as Matt Taibbi. He alone is well worth subscribing to one of my favorite magazines ROLLING STONE. Herein are excerpts:

“I have a confession to make. At first I misunderstood Occupy Wall Street. The first few time I went down to Zuccotti Park, I came away with mixed feelings. I loved the energy and was amazed by the obvious organic appeal of the movement, the way it was growing on its own. But my initial impression was that it would not be taken very seriously by the Citibanks and Goldman Sachs of the world. You could put 50,000 angry protestors on Wall Street, 100,000 even, and Lloyd Blankfein is probably not going to break a sweat. He knows he’s not going to wake up tomorrow and see Cornel West or Richard Trumka running the Federal Reserve. He knows modern finance is a giant mechanical parasite that only an expert surgeon can remove. Yell and scream all you want but he and his fellow Franksteins are the only ones who know how to turn the machine off.

That’s what I was thinking during the first few weeks of the protests. But I’m beginning to see another angle. Occupy Wall Street was always about something much bigger than a movement against big banks and modern finance. It’s about providing a forum for people to show how tired they are not just of Wall Street but EVERYTHING. This is a visceral, impassioned, deep-seated rejection of the entire direction of our society, a refusal to take even one more step forward into the shallow commercial abyss of phoniness, short-term calculation, withered idealism and intellectual bankruptcy that American mass society has become. If there is such a thing as going on strike from one’s own culture, this is it. And by being so broad in scope and so elemental in its motivation, it‘s flown over the heads of many on both the right and the left.

The right-wing media wasted no time in cannon-blasting the movement with its usual idiotic clichés, casting Occupy Wall Street as a bunch of dirty hippies who should get a job and stop chewing up Mike Bloomberg’s police overtime budget with their urban sleepovers. Just like they did a half-century ago, when the debate over the Vietnam War somehow stopped being about why we were brutally murdering millions of innocent Indochinese civilians and instead became a referendum on bralessness and long hair and flower-child rhetoric, the depraved flacks of the right-wing media have breezily blown off a generation of fraud and corruption and market-perverting bailouts, making the whole debate about the protestors themselves—their hygiene, their ‘envy’ of the rich, their ‘hypocrisy’.

The protestors, chirped Supreme Reichskank Ann Coulter, ‘needed three thing: showers, jobs and a point’. Her colleague Charles Krauthammer went so far as to label the protestors hypocrites for having iPhones. ‘OWS’, he said is Starbucks-sipping, Levi’s- clad, iPhone clutching protestors (denouncing) corporate America even as they weep for Steve Jobs, corporate titan, billionaire eight times over’. Apparently because Goldman and Citibank are corporations, no protestors can ever consume a corporate product—not jeans, not cellphones and definitely not coffee’—if he also wants to complain about tax money going to pay off some billionaire banker’s bets against his own crappy mortgages.

Meanwhile on the other side of the political spectrum, there were scads of progressive pundits like me who wrung our hands with worry that OWS was playing right into the hands of assholes like Krauthammer. DON’T GIVE THEM ANY AMMUNITION! we counseled. STAY ON MESSAGE! BE SPECIFIC!. We were all playing the Rorschach-test game with OWS trying to squint at it and see what we wanted to see in the movement. Viewed through the prism of our desire to make near-term, within the system changes, it was hard to see how skirmishing with cops in New York would help foreclosed-upon middle-class families in Jacksonville and San Diego.

What both sides missed is that OWS is tired of all this. They don’t care what we think they’re about, or should be about. They just want something different.

We’re all born wanting the freedom to imagine a better and more beautiful future. But modern America has become a place so drearily confining and predictable that it chokes the life out of that built-in desire. Everything from our pop culture to our economy to our politics feels oppressive and unresponsive. People want to go someplace for at least five minutes where no one is trying to bleed you or sell you something.

I think I understand now that that’s what the Occupy movement is all about. It’s about dropping out if only for a moment, and trying something new. It doesn’t need to tell the world what it wants. It is successful for now, just by being something different.”

These are only excerpts from Matt’s excellent article in the November 22nd issue of ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE. To read it in its entirety, pickup a copy or better yet become a subscriber. I’ve been hooked on their political reporting for 25 years and with age, year after year, it only gets better.

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