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65 Side Businesses You Can Start [Small Biz Trends]

Not all entrepreneurs are able to jump right into full time business ownership. Some would rather start small or just stick with business ideas they can work on part time. If you fall into that category, have a look at the following list of side businesses you can start to provide supplemental income.

  1. T-shirt Designer
  2. House Cleaner
  3. Proofreader
  4. Virtual Assistant
  5. Blogger
  6. eBay Seller
  7. Portrait Photographer
  8. Uber Driver
  9. Social Media Manager
  10. Yoga Instructor
  11. Tour Guide
  12. Dog Walker
  13. Web Designer
  14. Tax Preparer
  15. eBook Writer
  16. Computer Repair
  17. Tutor
  18. Podcaster
  19. House Sitter
  20. Vintage Seller
  21. Property Manager
  22. Vacation Rentals
  23. Dance Instructor
  24. Affiliate Marketer
  25. App Developer
  26. Resume Writer
  27. Estate Sale Service
  28. Handyman Service
  29. Interior Designer
  30. Mobile Laundry Service
  31. Moving Service
  32. Product Licensing
  33. Vehicle Advertising
  34. Professional Organizer
  35. Home Inspector
  36. Smartphone Repair
  37. Hair Stylist
  38. Makeup Artist
  39. Furniture Upcycler
  40. Junk Remover
  41. Pet Groomer
  42. Domain Seller
  43. Online Course Instructor
  44. Baker
  45. Caterer
  46. Logo Designer
  47. Illustrator
  48. Woodworker
  49. Event Planner
  50. Copywriter
  51. YouTube Personality
  52. Social Media Influencer
  53. Music Instructor
  54. Stock Photographer
  55. DJ
  56. Business Consultant
  57. Public Speaker
  58. Jewelry Maker
  59. Landscaper
  60. Athletic Trainer
  61. Pool Cleaner
  62. Clothing Alterations
  63. Child Care Provider
  64. Voice Actor
  65. Investor

Curated from Small Biz Trends

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Gresham Harkless Jr.

Gresham Harkless is a Media Consultant for Blue 16 Media and the Blogger-in-Chief for CEO Blog Nation. CEO Blog Nation is a community of blogs for entrepreneurs and business owners. Started in much the same way as most small businesses, CEO Blog Nation captures the essence of entrepreneurship by allowing entrepreneurs and business owners to have a voice. CEO Blog Nation provides news, information, events and even startup business tips for entrepreneurs, startups and business owners to succeed.

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