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Are You a Techie? These Home-Based Business Ideas Are Worth-Trying

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You absolutely love everything that has to do with technology—computers, mobile phones, programs, websites and what not. In fact, while your friends are dreaming about holidays and houses, you’re busy learning about coding, designing websites and creating apps. You sure are a techie and you’re proud to be one!

But did you know that being a techie can actually give you the opportunity to earn some money? Yes, you read that right: techie=money. Whether you’re tired with your day job or just want to additional income, you can start a business today. If you don’t know where to begin, here are some great business ideas that you should try at home:

Create and design websites

Web design and development is one of the most in-demand businesses today, thanks to the increasing need for creating websites that are both stylish and functional. You don’t actually need to be a genius to build this type of business, as you can easily learn basic web design by reading tutorials and watching videos online. You can then combine these skills with your creativity so you can design websites that fit your clients’ requirements. Moreover, you’ll only need a good computer and some software to make this task easy to do. Here are more tips to help you get started:



  • Create a portfolio of the websites that you made so you’ll have something to show to your clients. Since you’ll be doing most of your consultations online, you can use your work to show potential clients what you can do.
  • Develop a unique identity for your brand. Know the things that set you apart from other freelance designers out there and use them as your weapons in convincing clients to let you design their website.
  • Know how much you should charge for your services. Since there are many other freelancers out there, you have to be reasonable about your pricing so clients will choose you over them. Try to give honest quotes for every work you’re doing and make sure to offer good value for money.

Repair computers and gadgets

Computers, laptops, mobile phones and tablets have become intangible parts of living these days. But since these devices are mostly overused by owners, problems can easily arise, some of which can only be fixed by a technician. Now if you have good knowledge and skills in fixing these devices, then you can start your own repair business at home. Here are some start-up tips that you can follow:



  • Know what you can and can’t do so you can offer the right services to your clients. Don’t offer something that you can’t do since it will not only hurt your credibility, but it will also put your customers’ devices at risk for more damage.
  • Be reasonable with your pricing. Since device problems may vary, you have to provide your customers with a reasonable quote for the service that you’re offering to them. Avoid overpricing and be transparent with your expenses so clients will know exactly that you’re charging them right.
  • Invest in good customer service, as it is your business’ strongest marketing weapon. Since your just a home-based business, you have to rely on word-of-mouth to spread the news about the services that you offer. You can achieve this by making sure that all your customers are satisfied. Good customer experience is essential for your business so make sure that every transaction is done in the best way possible.

These are just two of the many home business ideas that you can try, whether you’re a techie or not. So, if you have a unique skill or you’re simply passionate about something, go ahead and turn that into your money-making machine today. Who knows, you could be the next big thing in business.

About the Author:  Jenna is a writer who just started out with her career on the web. Though she doesn't have professional experience in blogging, she is very passionate about writing articles on a wide range of topics, from fashion to finance.



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