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51 Small Business Ideas for Women



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This is a list of small business ideas for women, but that doesn’t mean that a man can’t use this list to find something too. Women represent a growing percentage of the workforce, but many struggle to find jobs.

The economy is constantly changing and adapting with new trends and opportunities emerging all over the country which means that no matter where you are or what industry you work in there are ways to make money as women today!

How To Choose a Business Idea

How does someone decide on the perfect idea for their business? Consider what you’re passionate about and how your skills complement it. Finding a service that people are willing to pay money for is always helpful too!

Consider if there’s something, in particular, you love, like maybe animals or an art project. Maybe you have thought about starting a business before but didn’t know where to start, so now might be the time! When considering ideas, think of your own skillset- do they match up with anything from our list below? Is one more interesting than another based on these factors alone?

Below we’ve listed over 50 business ideas for women entrepreneurs who want to take their careers into their own hands.

Exciting Small Business Ideas for Women

I am passionate about the small business ideas for women on this list because I’ve used some of them to build my own income from home, and there are so many that can be tailored to your specific needs.

Now is an amazing time for female entrepreneurs – no matter what they’re interested in or how much money they have (or don’t). The internet has given us all opportunities at our fingertips. I hope this list will give you new inspiration while helping you find where YOU fit best.

1. Baking

Does everyone always rave when the time comes to try your cookies at the bake sale? Have friends and family members been in awe of your cakes for years?

If you have a talent for baking, make the most of it! In many cases, you can start a baking business out of your home, putting together cakes, cookies, and other delicious treats for paying customers.

Take your talent beyond potlucks and classroom parties, show off your decorating expertise, and learn how you can make extra money doing something you love as you put together your home baking business.

Make sure that you check your state’s cottage laws to discover what is necessary in order to turn your home kitchen into a productive home-based business.

2. Crafts

You love putting together crafts, whether it’s sewing, knitting, crocheting, or painting.

If you have a home littered with crafts or you’re struggling to figure out what to do with them all–or if you have a craft closet stuffed full of supplies that you never get to use–consider turning that crafting business into extra spending money.

You can set up at local craft fairs to sell your wares or put together an online shop to help expand your reach and discover just how many people will fall in love with your products.

Make sure to do some market research, especially if you’re going to be selling online.

Are there enough buyers to support your plans and make it worth your hourly wage? These simple questions can help you find the right corner of the market for you.

3. Pictures

One of my favorite small business ideas for women is taking and selling pictures. You have the best kid pictures in your friend group.

People are always asking you how you get your kids in such great poses, but to you, it’s just intuitive! Perhaps you have a gift for seeing something through the eye of your camera that others fail to notice.

Whatever the case, consider how you can turn that talent into a productive home-based business. Do some kids’ or family photography, or take your talents beyond that and try shooting weddings, graduation photos, or other important life events!

online tutoring business idea

4. Teach or Tutor

You’ve helped your kids through some of those complicated math problems that no one else seems to understand–including explaining Common Core with ease. Perhaps you have a gift for teaching kids how to write, or for editing teens’ papers in a way that helps them better understand the writing process.

If you’re a good teacher, consider a home-based business in tutoring! A couple of hours a day after school can help rake in some serious cash, especially as you start to form a solid client base.

You can tutor from home or try a local library or other public space, depending on your clients and your personal needs.

home childcare business idea

5. Home Childcare

Maybe one of the best business ideas for moms is childcare. You’re already at home with your kids during the day. Why not take advantage of that and bring in some built-in friends for a playdate at the same time?

Offer childcare to a friend or family member who has to work–or start an entire daycare business out of your home. You’ll be able to keep having fun with your kids and add a few more to the mix at the same time. Even better, they’ll never complain about being bored again!

elder care business idea for extra cash

6. Eldercare

Not everyone is suited for interacting with other people’s children. Do you enjoy working with the elderly and listening to their stories?

Consider being a caregiver for the elderly. In some cases, you may be able to bring the kids with you. They’ll light up an elderly person’s day and gain an extra “grandparent” to spoil them in the process.

Not only can this be a rewarding experience, but it can also pay off in the near future with a steady paycheck that helps you meet your financial obligations.

fitness business ideas

7. Fitness Trainer

Have you put a lot of effort into learning how to do yoga or tightening your body through aerobics? Have you worked with a specific program or learned a ton about overall fitness, especially if you were struggling to adapt to your new post-baby body?

Becoming a fitness trainer is a great way to work with a wide range of clients to help them reach their goals, which is a new fitness high in and of itself. Not only that, it’s a surefire way to increase the odds that you’ll get your workout in each day!

event planner business idea for women

8. Event Planner

Do you put together amazing bashes that everyone can’t wait to attend? Are your kids’ birthday parties the talk of the town? Try putting together a home-based business in event planning. In many cases, other busy parents can’t wait to pay you for those services.

Not only will you get to plan amazing parties on someone else’s budget, but you’ll also be able to make little extra money on the side–and you’ll get some even more incredible ideas for your kids’ next parties. Social media can be an important part of growing your business.

proofreading business idea for women

9. Proofreading

You’ve always had an eye for detail in other people’s writing. Why not turn it into a home-based business? From college students who are eager to turn in the perfect paper to would-be writers who need an extra eye on their new books, there is a wide range of proofreading clients out there.

As a bonus, you’ll be able to work from anywhere: take papers along with you to your kids’ lessons and classes, work on the commute to and from your primary job, or take them with you on vacation, if you so desire.

Online store business ideas

10. Design and Sell Products With an Online Business

CNBC recently wrote about a website called Zazzle, a growing company that makes it easy for you to design and sell your own products.

You can sell stickers, clothes, jewelry, accessories, housewares, office products, art, food, and more. This site is not a listing site like eBay; you sell through a store you set up on their site or your website. The goods are made-to-order, cutting out the huge fees associated with inventory and fulfillment.

11. Temporary Tattoo Artist

Provide a fun and unique service at parties and community events with temporary tattoos. A tattoo artist is sure to be a hit by providing a way for customers to let loose and be creative. 

A significant advantage to this business is that you don’t need any specialized equipment to get started, this keeps your startup costs low.

You can learn how to apply them by watching Youtube videos. You can find inexpensive supplies at the Oriental Trading Company or create your own at Temporary Tattoos.

12. Professional Organizer

If you like working with people and love finding new ways to keep things organized, then it might be time to become a professional organizer.

Help your clients bring order to their lives by creating a system that keeps everything in its place in their homes, offices, and filing systems. Wiki How has some useful tips for getting started in an organization business.

You can use social media to promote your services and make it easier for people to find you. Most people can use a little help organizing their lives, which will create new business opportunities for you.

13. Run Errands

Busy moms, shift workers, sick or injured people, and people who work 9 to 5, all need help from time to time getting things done. An easy business to start is running errands in your community.

All you need to do is offer your service on a person-to-person job website such as TaskRabbit, or use social media.

You can start this business part-time during school hours and on weekends, which makes it an easy business to get started within the near future.

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14. Landscaping

Do you dream of working outdoors? If so, landscaping is one of the low-cost business ideas you might want to try. A pickup truck, lawnmower, weed eater, and some shovels may be all you need to get started. Offer to mow lawns, pull weeds, mulch flowers, or tend a vegetable garden.

Social media can be a great way to get started with this business because if you post before and after pictures of your work it can really help get new customers interested.

15. Flea Market Flipper

Is bargain hunting your jam? If you can’t pass up a good yard sale and you know a good deal when you see one, flipping might be a good business for you. You might even consider starting a recycling business.

Flea market flipping is also a good option for a teen looking for a job. Dabbling in the world of used goods has its benefits, not to mention it can be fun. Find your favorite items at any flea markets near school, or ask your parents to take you on the weekends.

16. Virtual Assistant

A virtual assistant can make anywhere between $10 and $100 an hour depending on your level of expertise. Nowadays virtual assistants perform a wide variety of tasks, everything from simple data entry to social media management and website maintenance.

To start your own business, you’ll need to set up a website, a place where you can advertise your services. Ready to get started? Enroll in this mini-course, Jumpstart Your Virtual Assistant Business (In 4 Quick Steps).

17. Car Detailing

Another easy business idea is car detailing. For about $400 you can buy all the supplies that you need to start washing vehicles. Depending on where you live, you might need a garage to work in.

Or if it’s not practical to have your business in a garage, there are plenty of other options. Some people like to work out of their driveways, designated parking spaces or rent a garage.

Businesses like this don’t require much startup capital and they provide great rates for customers. Once you get started, you can build up your clientele with social media and grow your own business without too much trouble.

You don’t need to work for anyone else when you have these great business ideas at your fingertips. For example, if you want $1,000 per week working part-time it is possible with a business like this!

grooming business idea

18. Dog Groomer

If you have a soft spot for furry friends, then consider becoming a dog groomer. It’s important to take the time to properly groom dogs.

You may need a few years of practical experience before moving forward with starting your own business, but it’s a great way to make money on the side or turn it into a full-time enterprise.

One of my favorite small business ideas is working with animals. My friend Niki started a grooming business in her garage. Niki worked evenings and weekends to build up her clientele before she left her 9-5.

Now my friend has a thriving service business that employs several people. Working for a dog groomer is an excellent way to get the experience and connections that you need to start a grooming business.

19. Bookkeeper

One of the best small business ideas to work from home is bookkeeping. Get paid to help companies keep track of payroll and spending, and prepare financial reports. The average salary of a bookkeeper is about $40,000. Here are steps you can take to become a bookkeeper.

If you enjoy math and finance, this might be an excellent way to make money from home. If you want to go the technical route, consider taking some courses in QuickBooks to learn how to keep financial records for small businesses.

20. Clean Houses or Businesses

I think cleaning houses is one of the most profitable small business ideas for women to consider. Two of my friends are in the cleaning business; they work together so they can take on more clients.

My friends charge a flat fee depending on the size of the house and the number of occupants. The scope of the work is covered with each new client before any work begins. 

The cleaning business offers a lot of flexibility; you can choose the days that you want to work as well as how many clients you want.

21. Bed and Breakfast

If you enjoy hosting guests, a bed and breakfast might be a perfect small business for you. Build new friendships with your guests and increase your income at the same time.

By offering a variety of room options and amenities, you can build a reputation for being the go-to place in your community.

You will need to purchase some basic furniture and other supplies, but once that is done you’ll be able to start getting more reservations every day.

A bed and breakfast may require some work on your part, but it can be one of the most fulfilling careers around.

22. Blogger

Making money as a blogger is the best thing ever. It’s a great way to get paid for being creative and sharing your ideas. To be honest, I spent a year and a half working on my blog and not making any money at all.

I think the only people who were reading my blog were my husband and a couple of co-workers. 

But things have changed, recently I took the Profitable Blogging Roadmap and rekindled my love for blogging. Now I get up every morning excited to see how many new viewers I’ve gained along with the increase in my income. 

I just wish I had taken the course when I first started blogging, I wasted a lot of time trying to figure things out on my own.

If you’re not ready to jump into blogging you might want to try creating YouTube videos to earn affiliate income. Here’s a guide to help you get started with your first video.

23. Freelance Writer

Writing is a passion for many, whether it’s short stories, novels, or something else entirely.

While you may think you’ll never be able to make money writing the great American novel in your spare time, there are several freelance writing opportunities that can earn you extra spending money while doing what you love.

Some of the most popular ways to earn money for your writing include:

  • Freelance writer for a local paper or magazine

  • Proofreader, copy editor, or general fact-checker

  • Technical writer

  • Resume writer for others looking to make a big career change

There are many freelance writing opportunities out there if you know where to look, so do your research and explore the many possibilities available.

24. Interior Design

Do you have a knack for picking the perfect colors and furniture pieces to create a room that’s just as warm as it is welcoming? There are many people who would pay you to come into their homes and help them decorate.

Interior designer may not be your first thought as a small business, but there are clients who are waiting for you to make their homes beautiful.

Many people will suggest using Facebook or other online options to build your clientele, but it’s far better to ask around and find out what kind of decorating services your community needs.

Your best bet is likely going to be speaking with friends and family members about their future decorating needs, but don’t neglect word-of-mouth advertising.

Word travels quickly in many small towns and once you get the ball rolling, it will be easier than ever to drum up business.

25. Social Media Influencer

Now, this may seem like a stretch, but there are more opportunities than ever for you to become a social media influencer and use your personal brand to earn extra money either through direct sales or affiliate marketing.

Many people start out promoting products they love on their Facebook page or other social media sites and then discover that they can earn even more money if they sign with an affiliate marketing firm.

Affiliate marketing firms will allow you to promote their products on your social media sites and in return, you’ll get a percentage of each sale that is made through your unique referral link.

If it sounds simple, that’s because it can be, but there are many pitfalls that you’ll need to avoid if you want to maximize your profits.

Regular posts with affiliate marketing links can quickly turn off many of your followers, so it’s important that you only post when you have something relevant and helpful to say.

26. Life Coach

Do you have an overflowing number of friends who seem to be coming to you for advice on everything from dating to finances?

If so, it might be time to consider the business idea of becoming a life coach. This can be one of the more difficult professions to master because you’ll need to be a master at listening and asking the right questions.

Your job will naturally be to take the advice you give and personalize it for each of your clients, but you can also make money by selling several coaching packages or one-on-one sessions.

Many people start by offering their services on a per-session basis, which can help you build up your clientele before you decide to launch into full-time life coaching.

Make sure to do plenty of market research before you jump in head first, as some of these professions are more lucrative than others.

27. Create an Online Course

One of the best business ideas is to create your own online course. You can teach just about anything if you put your mind to it and there are plenty of people out there willing to pay for high-quality training that they can access from their computer or smartphone.

An advantage of creating your own course is that you don’t have to share the profits with anyone else. Plus, you can promote your class and drive more traffic to your website through affiliate links and social media platforms.

28. Food Service

If you enjoy cooking and working with food, then this is a small business idea you should consider. You can start from home or from a commercial space in your area.

A catering company might be another option for you if you want to work in the food industry but don’t have the time or interest in working directly with customers.

If you enjoy cooking for others, then a personal chef business is a great option to consider seriously. You can cook for people on special occasions or even offer cooking classes to show others your skills.

You may want to focus on a certain cuisine, such as French or Italian cuisine. You should also consider baking and providing desserts if that’s something you’re good at.

And don’t forget the social media aspect of this business: take pictures of your finished dishes and post them on Facebook or Instagram for all your future clients to see. You can even offer cooking lessons through social media, which may be an easier way to get potential customers interested in what you’re offering.

29. Sell on Etsy

If you love crafting and making beautiful things, consider opening an Etsy store. You can make a variety of different products and sell them on the popular e-commerce marketplace.

The great thing about opening an Etsy shop is that you don’t necessarily need a huge following to be successful: if you make a quality product and price it competitively, you’ll likely sell enough of your products to make a decent profit.

Etsy does take a portion of the sales from each transaction, but if you stick with it you can easily build up an audience that trusts your brand and makes future purchases. This is one of the best business ideas for stay-at-home moms who love to craft.

30. Open an Online Store

Have you ever thought about opening your own online store? If you have a knack for business and love to sell, then an online store may be a great small business idea for you. You can sell just about anything on the web these days—from your homemade crafts to cute outfits or even hair accessories—and you can earn a pretty substantial amount of money per sale.

You can sell anything from clothing items to household gadgets through a company like Shopify. It doesn’t cost much at all to get started with Shopify, and if you’re willing to put the time into building your business, it could turn out to be a great investment.

For Additional Business Ideas for Women Consider:

  1. Interior Designer

  2. Dog Walking

  3. Sell On Amazon

  4. Laundry Business

  5. Rental Business

  6. Graphic Design

  7. Real Estate

  8. Publicist

  9. Wedding Planning

  10. Fashion Designer

  11. Massage Therapist

  12. Pet Business

  13. Web Designer

  14. Travel Agent

  15. Public Relations Consulting

  16. Brand Ambassador

  17. SEO Consulting And Strategy

  18. Massage therapy

  19. Freelance website designing

  20. Freelance coding

  21. Antique or thrift shop owner

  22. ATM Business

What To Consider Before Starting Your Own Business

There are a few things to consider before starting your own business. Consider the industry you’re going to enter and what kind of competition there is in that field. It’s also important to think about how much money it will cost you, what skills you will need and who you might be able to work with.

You want to make sure that you can compete in the market before entering it. The best way to do this is to research other businesses in your industry. Take a look at companies like yours and see how they are marketing themselves. Look into the prices they charge, what type of clientele they attract, and if their pricing or services are better than yours.

You also need to consider your experience. If you’re selling consulting services, for example, how is your experience in that area? Do you have enough contacts, knowledge, and skills to give the best advice possible within this industry?

If there are already businesses like yours out there, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t start your own. Perhaps you can offer something different than what’s currently available. It might mean that you specialize in a certain area or that you can provide better service for less money.

Administrative service is the most commonly outsourced job on freelance websites like Upwork and Freelancer, with billions of dollars spent on this type of work every year. This presents a huge opportunity for women who want to start their own business and work remotely.

Another option is content and copywriting, which is projected to be a billion-dollar industry this year. If you’re good at writing and love doing it, this could be a viable business option for you.

The options are really endless when it comes to starting your own business as a woman. These top 40+ ideas should give you a good starting point, but don’t hesitate to think outside the box. Good luck!

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Starting your own business is a great way to increase your income while doing something that you genuinely enjoy. It can also create additional revenue that will help support your family if times get tough, even if it’s just a side business.

Need more small business ideas for women or help with how to launch your own home-based business? Read these passive income ideas or leave a comment below and let us know how we can help.

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5 Types of Content That Will Attract Ready-to-Buy Prospects



5 Types of Content That Will Attract Ready-to-Buy Prospects

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They say that content is king — but not all digital content is created equal. While most digital content can help increase awareness for your brand, the most valuable content is designed to draw in warm prospects who are ready to make a purchase from you.

Of course, even the best content isn’t likely to result in a purchase on the first exposure. The marketing rule of seven indicates that consumers must be exposed to your messaging at least seven times on average before they decide to make a purchase. While this may often be the case, strong digital content will go a long way in lowering this total.

Related: 5 Digital Content Types Prospective Buyers Love to Engage With Online

1. Email campaigns

Email marketing remains one of the most effective methods for communicating with warm leads and staying in touch with existing customers to ensure they will buy from you again. Not only are emails far more likely to be read than other types of content, but their average return on investment towers over other options.

According to the HubSpot Blog, most marketers see an average open rate of 46-50% and a clickthrough rate of 2.6-3% — numbers that far outpace the engagement levels of social media and other popular forms of content.

Even if they are mostly comprised of previous customers, email lists are an essential marketing tool because they are made up of people who agreed to receive additional messaging from you. This fact alone already makes them far more qualified leads than someone who randomly stumbles across your blog.

2. Personal engagement on social media

While the overall engagement and reach of many social media platforms have declined, there is still much to be said for the potential these platforms offer for fostering one-on-one engagements with your warmest leads.

When marketers comment strategically on other people’s posts, actively participate in relevant groups and conversations, and respond to the comments and messages they receive, it helps create a meaningful dialogue with their target audience.

By pairing this personalized engagement with relevant, authoritative content (including videos, polls and more), you can leverage social media to nurture warm leads.

3. Cost calculators

Most companies have at least some kind of on-site content marketing strategy, which usually revolves around blogging. A blog can be undeniably beneficial for building SEO and domain authority, but depending on the type of content you create, it isn’t always going to create warm leads.

However, if your website content focuses on the customers who are ready to buy now, you can greatly increase your own sales potential — and one of the best ways to do this is with a cost calculator.

From calculating the cost of shipping a car across the country to determining how much it would cost to build your own website, these tools are inherently targeted at warm leads who are ready to make a buying decision. In this case, providing useful budgeting and planning information directly influences the user’s purchasing decision, providing a powerful way of reaching warm leads.

Related: 4 Steps to Writing Content That Converts

4. Webinars

Webinars have become an increasingly popular digital content option, and for good reason. When webinars are promoted to the right audience, they can become far more engaging and attractive to warm leads than a blog post covering the same topic would be.

The simple fact of displaying content in an audiovisual format helps make the webinar feel like an event in its own right. With an engaging topic and professional presenters, you can build a large audience. And when the topic of the webinar itself ties into your offerings, you can create a natural segue into how you can help viewers solve their most pressing problems.

Webinars can be even more effective when paired with other content, such as an e-book or follow-up video lessons. When done right, webinars can be an excellent resource for collecting email addresses and other information from warm leads who are most likely to be interested in your services.

5. Software demos

Admittedly, this digital content option doesn’t apply to every industry. However, there is a wide range of companies that offer software services, addressing everything from tracking logistics and customer relationships to managing the back end of a website.

A software demo gives warm leads the opportunity to try the service before they commit to a purchase. Firsthand interaction and experience with the software is ultimately far more convincing than a series of sales calls could ever be, as this helps buyers clearly determine whether or not a particular product works for them.

It should be no surprise, then, that opt-out free trials see an incredible 48.8% conversion rate. It’s worth noting, too, that companies that don’t sell software can use similar “trial” options, such as a two-week trial for their services. Trials and demos appeal to the warmest buyers, who often use them to finalize their purchase decision.

Related: 5 Steps for Creating a Content Marketing Strategy That Drives Business Results

While regularly updating a blog or social media profile can be useful as part of your content marketing strategy, it is essential that brands in every niche focus on the types of content that are poised to deliver the greatest return.

By focusing on the types of content that are most likely to capture warm prospects in the first place, you can turn more leads into sales and maximize the success of your content strategy.

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Broaden Your Horizons by Learning to Play the Piano with Skoove



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Running a business can be all-consuming. However, business people who only talk about work can sometimes struggle to network and socialize, ironically stunting their potential for growth as salespeople and entrepreneurs. That’s why taking up a hobby and developing a skill that might not relate directly to your work can help your company and career.

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Save on Business Travel for Life This Memorial Day with an $80 Deal



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