By Kelly Monaghan
The first step is finding clients. I tell you all about how to do that in my Home Study Course for Home-Based Travel Agents. The next step is maximizing the profit potential from the clients you have. One way to do that is to sell them more products and services. After all, it is a well-known fact in the business world that it is easier to sell to customers you already have.
Or perhaps you’re looking for another small business venture to run on the side.
Here are some sideline businesses that make a lot of sense for home-based travel agents.
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Sell Telecommunications Services. Every one of your clients and prospects has a telephone. Many have several (home and office phones, fax lines, cell phones). This absolutely free business opportunity provides you with free branded web sites and allows you to earn residual income from every customer (even yourself). Plus, recruit new agents into the program and earn commissions on their sales.
Internet Marketing. Setting up a web site is easy. Making money off a web site can be difficult, unless you arm yourself with the knowledge that has helped me earn a six-figure annual income. I highly recommend this resource. It will guide you step by step to Internet success even if you don’t know what you want to sell.
eBay. Sure you can clean out your attic using eBay. or you can turn it into a money-making powerhouse. Turn your travels into an importing business and use eBay as your storefront. This resources reveals the secrets of an eBay millionaire that anyone can use to boost their eBay sales.
Your Own Auction. Who needs eBay, when you can have your own Net Auction Business. This site gives away a detailed manual on how to do it. And it’s FREE!
Clickbank Affiliate. Clickbank is a vibrant marketplace for “info-products.” Here is a simple system that can be set up in three days and that can bring in surprising commission income.