There are literally hundreds of ways you can build a home internet business. You can start without a website, or buy a going concern website or build your own from scratch. Which one is right for you?
You can build a home Internet business without a website, although this can be a bit difficult. The easiest way is to join affiliate programs. Affiliate programs consist of merchants who let you sell their online goods and services for a percentage of the profit. You send them buyers, and you earn cash. Generally the percentage is anywhere from 2% to 15% or more, and sometimes flat fees are paid. Affiliate business is in the billions of dollars per year, so if there's a product you like, you can probably sell a version of it online.
Another way to build a home internet business is to buy a website that's already been written and built and theoretically ready to go. While pre-built websites can be purchased for as little as $35, you will want to get a look at the site to make sure it's got good solid content before buying - something most sellers might not be willing to do. In addition, you'll have to do all your own marketing, without assistance, and get enough traffic to start to see some sales. While the page development might be completed for you, buying a pre-built site doesn't guarantee quick sales by any means.
Finally, you can build a home internet business from the ground up, by choosing a topic and building your own site around it. This is probably the best solution, since you can build a site that reflects your interests and you can add content to your site that is meaningful to your visitors, not just filler to make a certain page count.
Building a home internet business from the ground up isn't as much work as it sounds, with the website development software available today. There are website packages to help you choose a profitable topic, build a site around it (even if you don't know HTML), do everything needed to attract visitors to your site, and add products and services to make the most out of your traffic by getting visitors to buy. Usually these types of package software products include plenty of detailed documentation to guide you through each step, which can be valuable as you learn how to optimize your site.
You can choose from a wealth of options to build a home internet business. Be sure to explore each one to find the right match for you.
Sue Calhoun writes on small business topics for a variety of publications. Take a FREE tour of one of the Web's most popular web tools at http://www.bestwebsite.biz