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You can offer practically any kind of service using the internet. You just have to make sure there is a market for it and that you can actually fulfill job orders. Some of the most common internet jobs involve clerical jobs such data entry, performing tasks as a virtual assistant, web development, word processing, telemarketing, book keeping and others. You can work as a copy writer, be a sales representative or even become a pro-blogger. You can set up a business that targets clients in your own town or people halfway around the globe.

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monica kermani

I know this is really old, but I find it interesting. I'm looking to run a business, and I'd prefer buying a business over starting one from scratch. I haven't found anything that really catches my eye though. Do you (or any other readers) have any suggestions? Thanks.

Claire Nortel

@Monica, Have you looked into small business groups in your area? They should be able to help you and direct you to the right people.

Also, check out BizTrader.com, which is an online global marketplace where you can invest in, buy, and sell a business. There's a wide selection to choose from, so you should be able to find what you're looking for. You can also find a lender or find a broker, if you need either. Check it out and good luck!

Claire Nortel

Woops! That should be http://www.biztrader.com

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Judith Gaston

When you are looking to buy a business, make sure that the area of your new business is near public places and is accessible by public vehicles. You should also check the integrity of the contact person by performing background checks.

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The way we are able to get the best price for our clients is to develop a confidential, competitive bidding market for their business.
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Matthew Engquist

Look before you leap, as some would say. Look into the business before you make a decision. It's not exactly something that would give you a trial version, after all. Research will save you time and give you some important info.

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