So you want to become a successful entrepreneur. What business strategy should you choose? It seems that there are so many out there, with each of the so-called gurus touting a different philosophy, which can be very difficult to narrow down the business strategies that really work.
However, if you remove all window dressing and break the strategy down to basics, there are only three that make up nearly all entrepreneurial ventures that are out there. Which one you choose will depend on your personal preference, your unique skills and where you see a hole in the market.
# 1 Service Provider
The first is from our three main strategies is to provide some kind of service. There are many jobs that provide services where a person can become an entrepreneur.
Graphic design is a good example; freelance writing is another thing. Whenever you perform a service for others and they pay you for it (while not on another person or company employees) you are an entrepreneur.
# 2 Affiliate Marketing
Another huge explosion in entrepreneurial online is affiliate marketing. With the creation of websites such as ClickBank, affiliate programs offered by retailers such as Amazon and huge profits that could potentially leading acceptable, affiliate marketing is one of the most popular entrepreneurial venture at this time.
With affiliate marketing, you find customers, send them to the seller to purchase the product and the seller pays you a commission. Of course, you have to find the right products and a solid strategic plan for getting your offer in front of people can be difficult at this time.
# 3 Info Product Creation
Instead of being a person who receives a commission when someone buys a product from someone else, you can be the one that they bought the product from. You can create an info product of some kind that you will be able to sell to the Internet in general. One of the more popular ways to do this is by publishing content on Amazon Kindle, but the products on ClickBank also can be a part of this strategy.
Combining Strategy # 4
Of course, you do not have to just stick with one. You can always combine two or three if you like. There are no rules when it comes to entrepreneurship. If you can make something that sells, or add value to the lives of others in exchange for money, you are an entrepreneur.