Are you fluent in more than one language? Then why not consider a part-time or full-time career in language translation. The translation industry is a fast growing international industry and is seemingly recession proof. Proz.com, a translation marketplace is a good place to get you started.
2. Affiliate Marketing
Affiliate marketers promote products or services of other people and earn commission on their sales. A good example of this is our very own affiliate program. Check it out HERE.
3. Hostel Owner
While technically not an online business, platforms like Airbnb allow you to run the whole process online from advertising to booking. All you need is a house, room or even garage in a sought after location.
4. Language Teaching
You don't need to a teaching specialist these days to teach online. All you need is a Skype connection and some marketing skills to start teaching or even find language students who want to practice conversational language with you.
5. Web Developer
These days you do not need to be a developer or need to know coding to be able to run a web developing business. DIY Website Builders such as Panther allows for quick and easy website building and therefore are ideal platforms for starting a web developing businesses. Panther even offers special discounts on return buyers so you can build websites at special rates, and thereby increase your profits for each website you create for your clients.