Best Online Business For BEGINNERS (2023)


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The world is changing!

The way we work, the way we live, the way business is done… There are people out there taking advantage of this change to create full-time online incomes with simple little laptop businesses without any previous special experience.

In this video, we are revealing exactly, step by step, how all of these people have used this new way to build real online businesses. To be fully transparent, I can’t promise you the exact same results we get, but I can promise you I’ll show you exactly how we get these results so you can do with that information what you will.


Our Most Recent Success Stories

  • B.J. from South Africa used this business model to land $60,000 in a single sale.
  • Lauren from the Philippines built a fully automated business where her assistants are now closing her $12,000 deals. 
  • Truong made his first $9,000 sale in 6 days.

This video is for everyone looking to start a real online business without the long hours, expensive investments, or complicated business models.

So in just a little over 10 minutes, I’m going to reveal the simple, 3-step process people of all walks of life are following, which only means you can do it too. But if 10 minutes is too long for you to learn how to make money online, then building a business is not for you anyway.

So if you stay and watch this video until the end, I’m going to give you a free gift you can use to get your first sales with this business model. But I’ve been building online businesses since 2015 that have generated millions of dollars online, but more importantly, I’ve helped hundreds of people worldwide build their own online businesses.

I’ve made every mistake in the book, and I’m going to share the pros and cons of every single business model I’ve learned over the years. On top of breaking down every business model, I’m going to share with you a business model that I’ve found to be the best because it’s easy to start, cheap to get started with, and we can even get our first sales for free.


This part is really important because when deciding on a business model, we need to determine a few things.

  • Potential Profit Margin – the percentage of revenue from a sale that goes into your pocket
  • Start-Up Costs – the amount of money you need to spend to start your business
  • Start-Up Time – the amount of time it takes to be successful with the business (learning curves, the effort required, obstacles)
  • Complexity – the number of moving parts across the entire business once built
  • Demand – the number of potential customers in the market
  • Scalability – the potential for your business to grow over time.

This is how a range of business models fare when we break down these components.


Affiliate Marketing 

First, we have
affiliate marketing which is where you earn a commission each time you sell someone else’s products. The potential profit margin per sale is usually quite low, and according to AHREFS, your average commission is around 5-10%, meaning if you sold something worth $100, you might only get $5 or $10 from that then. On top of that, you’ll have marketing costs.

The good thing about it, though, is start-up costs are very low because you are usually doing all the work yourself you can essentially get started for free. But the start-up time is very high because you need to first master a marketing channel. For example, if you are using the strategy of building niche sites, on average, it can take 12 months to make $1,000, according to an online selling experiment.

Complexity is very low with affiliate marketing because you aren’t really building a business in that there are no delivery systems, teams, and customers to manage. You simply make a sale, and it’s done.

Demand varies a lot because it depends on the program you decide on. And scalability is medium because most of the sales are one-off, meaning you only get a commission for a single one-off sale that doesn’t scale up over time, there are some offers that give you lifetime commission for each customer you generate, but they are very rare.



The next online business model is
Dropshipping which is an order fulfillment method where a business purchases inventory as needed from a third party to fulfill orders so it keeps no stock. Potential profit margins are usually quite low with dropshipping because you have to pay for advertising and the product cost, not to mention any software and team you have, so you usually end up with an average profit margin of %15-20, according to Verfacto.

The great thing about it is start-up costs are very low because you don’t need to purchase inventory, and start-up time is also very low because you can easily find products online by seeing what your competitors are selling by researching the shopping sections on Instagram, Facebook, and checking out the Facebook ads library for competitor products.

Complexity can be low with Dropshipping because, at the basic level, you just build a simple store with Shopify, which you can basically replicate from competitors, then also replicate competitor ads using ad spy tools and find your competitors’ products on places like Ali Express. That’s just the most basic way of doing things, but it’s not very complex, which makes things easy to build.


I’d still give it a medium complexity overall because everyone hates drop-shippers. The payment processors hate it because drop shippers often get a lot of angry customers that refund or chargeback, which is not good for the payment processor, so you’re constantly trying to stop that from happening.

can be high depending on the products you choose, but scalability is usually low because most products are one-off purchases unless you use more complex strategies like branded drop shipping, where you create a great product and brand that customers come back again and again for. It’s also probably the most popular online business model right now, so competition is high, and you need to get really good at it to get decent results.


Amazon FBA

Next, we have
Amazon FBA, which is a service that allows businesses to outsource order fulfillment to Amazon. Businesses send products to Amazon fulfillment centers, and when a customer makes a purchase, they deliver the products.

Potential profit margins are very low with FBA because you have to pay for the product, the shipping, and then a fee to Amazon for every sale, which means you end up having around 10% profit on average, according to Zee, which is pretty low.

Start-up costs are high with Amazon because you need to pay for the inventory and then get it shipped to Amazon. Now according to Jungle Scout, it can be between $2,790 and $3,940, which is low compared to traditional business but for an online business that’s quite high. For Amazon FBA, it takes 3 months on average to just launch your first products, not get sales, and launch the product itself! so that’s a long time in the online world, making start-up time very high, especially in comparison to the business model I’m going to share with you next.

The complexity of Managing an Amazon FBA business is medium because there are not too many moving parts. If you choose the right service, you can do well, but the marketing component can be difficult, especially if you choose a non-branded niche with a lot of competition, you’re going to find it difficult to rank on the Amazon platform.


Demand can be high if you choose the right product in the right niche, but the problem is similar to drop shipping in that there is a lot of competition as it’s a very popular business model, so selling generic products on Amazon doesn’t work as well anymore.


Scalability can be high with the right product, but because each sale is a one-off purchase and you don’t keep your customers, you are kind of limited there when your competitors come in and start copying you, it quickly eats away at your margin, which is why I give it a medium.

Now I’m not saying these are bad business models; people make a lot of money with these types of online businesses. However, if you look at the interest on Google Trends for these business models, you’ll notice everyone is doing them, so there’s just too much competition in comparison to what I personally think is the perfect business model. I’m going to share with you that it really has all of the perfect characteristics.


Drop Servicing

Potential profit margins
are very high because we build completely virtual teams of freelancers that sell services for us, so you can see the types of profit margins my students get here, and this is the kind of profit margin we enjoy with this business model.

Start-up costs are very low because once we source a service to sell. We simply list it online and then use a range of niche-based marketing methods to find high-profit clients. So it does take a little more time to do things for free, but we can also automate everything very easily with people and software.


Start-up time is low because we can source and sell services very quickly, we don’t need to wait to ship products to Amazon or anything like that. So it varies, but here you can see some of my students getting their first sales days or weeks after starting.


Complexity is medium because there are not many moving parts, and you can essentially do everything yourself if you want to in the beginning before automating things with people and software. But the great thing is that Demand is huge because we sell digital services, which continue to skyrocket as more companies move online.


The nail in the coffin compared to other business models, though, is that the perfect business model allows us to get recurring revenue because once we get a client, that client stays on with us long-term. In fact, 30% of our clients come back to us again and again, so scalability is very high.

The name of the perfect business model is DROP SERVICING, where we source and build teams of high-quality freelancers by sourcing them worldwide and selling their service to high-ticket clients at a massive profit.

I’m going to share with you for free:

  • how to find high-ticket services
  • how we source high-quality freelancers
  • how to find high-profit clients step by step.

I’m even going to give you the outreach template we used to land a $12,000 client in 6 days and a tutorial video showing you how we get sales with it so you know exactly what to do and say. You can get all of these things for free by signing up for the training in the description of this video.