By Loretta Oliver
There are hundreds of ways to make money on the internet these days. Providing services may be the most popular and fastest way to get money coming in quickly.
The problem many people face with providing services is they require training or previous experience to get started. A transcription business can be started on the ground floor with little or no experience at all, and more importantly almost no start up costs are involved.
Running a transcription business from home can be both flexible and profitable. You set your own rates, giving you control over the money that is coming in. You also set your own hours, giving you the flexibility to work when you want and where you want. Want to take a week off to go camping with the kids? No problem, just let your clients know you’ll be out of town for a week and not available. You can always take preorders to complete their projects upon your return.
It can also be a portable business, all you need is your computer with the ability to download and play the audio your clients send you and you can transcribe from just about anywhere. Having the ability to be mobile can be hugely beneficial. Personally, I found this very helpful when my grandfather was in the hospital and I wanted to go visit. I just packed up my laptop, traveled to Pennsylvania and stayed at my mother’s house for two weeks. Portability is definitely a good thing in any business.
A transcription business is also an interesting one. Yes, you’re still typing every day, but the audio will never be the same from day to day. You get to listen to something new every day, and sometimes you even get to learn something new from your assignments. It’s never dull, that’s for sure.
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