These women entrepreneurs found their niche. With real online jobs, they did not need grants to succeed.
Women entrepreneurs have proven that life is for the taking. They have found ways to find all they want in life by following the things they love to do. Some years ago, there were many obstacles that faced women as they entered the workplace.
Now with the internet, things are different. Technology has made it possible for many women to find what they are searching for.
Starting a business can be difficult. Some may look for grants to help them begin. The problem is that free money in the form of business grants are rare. Grants for women entrepreneurs can be difficult to locate or worse. In fact, the Small Business Administration (SBA) does not offer grants to start or expand small business. It only provides funds to expand and enhance organizations that provide small business management, technical or financial assistance.
So how can a woman succeed. She can follow a business model that has been proven to be successful. She can find her passion and use it to develop her own e-business, like many are now doing.
Amy Dykens started Beach-therapy.com after encountering difficulties with eBay. Since she always wanted to own a gift shop, she felt that she found just what she needed with eBay. It worked for a while, but she before she knew it, she was out of business. Inaccurate information, probably posted by a competitor, had eBay close her store.
She needed to find a way to control her own business. She did that by sharing her passion for beaches and help build a business. See more about how Amy converted her passion to a business that is in a top spot of entrepreneurs as described here.
Patty (Sassy) Knutson did not know much about the internet to begin with, BUT Sassy sure has found her spot. Vegancoach.com is her brainchild that has allowed her to create her e-business where she provides desired information on plant-based diets to many. She has also built it into quite a coaching business.
Sassy says that the feedback that she gets from her visitors is rewarding and humbling. And she can travel with her husband without it affecting her own work.
Opportunities are available for women entrepreneurs like Sassy. You can read about Sassy by clicking here, which describes her journey to the ranking in the top 1% of the internet.
Nicola Ray created Cheap-wedding-success.co.uk. She used to have a hour long stressful commute to a job in advertising. She wanted something else. So during her 8-month long honeymoon, she had lots of time to think of ways to develop her new life. She began writing articles about cheap weddings and then found a way to publish them and develop her e-business.
She got started on her honeymoon and had quite a website when she got back home. You can see her story on her web page here in the Miscellaneous section of the listing of top ranked websites.
These are real online jobs that became much more than jobs. These examples of women entrepreneurs have shown that you can build a solid online business with the proven model of Solo Build It! 2.0.