Top 5 Profitable Online Businesses

let's break down the top five profitable online businesses that are relatively easy to start



7/19/20232 min read

person using laptop computer
person using laptop computer

Hey, we are all here to make money aren't we? If you've been dabbling with the idea of creating another stream of income - then I've got you!

Here are the top 5 highly profitable online businesses that are relatively easy to start (don't think easy to start means there is no work to be put in, that's wrong. Everything takes work.)

  1. Affiliate Marketing: Promote products or services from other companies and earn commissions for each sale or lead generated through your unique affiliate link. Great for moms that want to work from home and still make an income. Even if you have little to no experience this business model can be learned in just 2 weeks.

    I started an affiliate marketing business in the second quarter of 2023 and I absolutely love it. I invested in a course that taught me how to build all my systems from the ground up which can they be mostly automated. Within my first week of posting online, I earned my first commission! The key is finding the right course that aligns with you.

  2. E-commerce: Start an online store and sell physical products or digital goods. Platforms like Shopify & Etsy make it easy to set up an e-commerce website and manage your inventory.

    I had an Etsy store for a few years selling oversized and double sided flannel blankets for newborn babies. It was an awesome creative outlet for myself plus I was able to bring in more money while I was on maternity leave.

  3. Online Courses and Digital Products: Share your expertise by creating and selling online courses, e-books, or digital downloads. Many people are willing to pay for valuable information and skills.

    Just wait for the day I have my own course to offer the world. Right now I focus on promoting other companies' online education courses that align with me and my values and have helped thousands of people create their own wealth to enhance their families' lives.

  4. Dropshipping: Partner with suppliers to sell their products directly to customers without holding inventory. When a customer makes a purchase, the supplier ships the product to them, saving you the hassle of managing inventory.

    Examples of this are setting up an Etsy store and linking it to Printify and selling T-shirts. When an order comes through your Etsy store, the third party prints it and ships it. You just create the designs and promote them online. The third party takes care of everything else.

  5. Freelancing: Leverage your skills and offer services like writing, graphic design, social media management, or web development to clients on platforms like Upwork or Fiverr.

    If you're multi-talented, creative, and good with technology then the sky is the limit, my friends. Offer your services and talents to the online world that needs your help.

Remember, the key to success in any online business is to provide value, solve a problem for your target audience, and consistently market your products or services to attract customers.

Always do your research and choose a business that aligns with your interests and strengths.