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Best Online Businesses Ideas for Kids (Part II)


Build Wooden Birdhouses, Bird Feeders, or Flower Planters

These projects let your kids promote nature and preserve the earth. Made from a kit or from scratch, every child can create their own color patterns and distinct designs.

Pros: For children interested in woodworking, this offers them an outlet for their talent. This project usually requires an adult’s help which teaches children cooperation and teamwork.

Cons: Making wooden products from scratch necessitates power tools and help from an adult. Look online for pre-cut kits that you only need paint and glue. Heavy products might be pricey to ship.

Children can sell their artwork online.

Sell Artwork

Sell artwork like painted ceramics, prints, or sculptures. Talented artists can make custom paintings from a photo given by the customer. Another choice is making many copies of one print to sell entirely online.

Pros: Instead of just decorating their bedroom walls, artistic children use their talents to make money. They share their skills with others in a profitable online job.

Cons: Children must have exceptional talent to have success in selling art. Specific types of art necessitate a huge workspace and make a huge mess. The artwork has to be packed carefully to avoid breakage in shipment.

Online businesses for children can be educationally rich and financially lucrative experiences as they are really different from normal jobs for children. Kids learn fundamental business and budgeting principles that help them in all phases of life. With pride, they will spend their own money to buy a new toy or pay for college. 

An online business also helps children give back to their community when they give a portion of their profits to local charities. For skilled and motivated children, running an online business gives them an outlet for their talent while grooming them for the real world they have to navigate as adults.

Best Online Businesses Ideas for Kids (Part I)


Kids can get hands-on business education when they run their own business. With a good internet connection, shipping materials, a digital camera, and a few hours each week, nearly any child can earn money with an online job.

Sell Crafts

For children who enjoy assembling craft kits or knitting scarves, this business choice lets them make money from their hobby. Many online stores such as Etsy or eBay let users sell handmade items to customers around the globe.

Pros: Numerous affordable craft kits can be bought from local craft stores. Assembled with care, these kits change into attractive products. Children can cut costs by buying supplies in bulk from online sources.

Cons: Etsy obliges users to be over the age of 18, so children will need an adult partner. The time requirements to finish complex crafts usually outweigh the financial benefits. To make some money, children have to pick simple crafts that need little time to finish.

Making jewelry is not only fun for kids but it can earn them some money too.

Design and Assemble Jewelry

Friendship bracelets, necklaces, earrings, or ankle bracelets are simple to make and sell. With the popularity of jewelry making, children should be able to find jewelry-making products and tools with ease.

Pros: This business suits children of practically any age and necessitates little adult supervision. Customers can simply purchase jewelry online and jewelry ships easily with little cost.

Cons: Children must keep the supplies organized to keep the materials from getting lost or tangled. Little parts can be choking hazards for younger brothers or sisters.

Sew Clothing or Fabric Accessories

Fashionable, hip children will flourish in this business. Designs include putting colorful patches to shirts or jeans, designing matching wallets and handbags, outfitting pets with socks or sweaters, or fixing vintage clothing.

Pros: Every human wear clothing, so this business hypothetically includes a good return on investment. Customers will love the customized product they get.

Cons: These orders will be difficult to sew in advance because of the multiple sizes of clothing. Fabric is pricey, so the product’s price will have to reflect the cost of the sewing materials.

Why Online Shopping is Popular and On the Rise

Online shopping has many advantages.

Online shopping is one of the trendiest ways to currently shop. Folks are crazy about online shopping and they’re mostly like to buy something online. Though there are many disadvantages of online shopping, it is still one of the most convenient ways to buy.

Below are a few of the reasons behind the increase in online shopping

Search for exactly what they want – When shoppers go online to shop, it makes the whole browsing process way simpler. You can put in the name of a brand or product into your cell or computer.  Folks look for what they want, see it and purchase it. That’s it.

Convenient – Online shopping gives you the convenience of shopping 24-hours, seven days a week from anywhere for anything. You don’t have to drive or make time to go to the mall.

Comparison – For this, you don’t have to go from one store to the next to compare prices. In one place, you can buy the best product at the best price.

Lower Expenses – Most of the time when we go shopping outside, we spend more money on other things such as parking, like food, gas, etc. Online shopping has lowered the cost of extra expenses.

Offers/Discounts – There are discounts and offers available in online shopping. Special offers, gift coupons, cashback, free shipping, and big discounts are a few of them.

Reviews and Stars – These are one of the most critical things to see while shopping online. When you buy something, you want it to be the best. Reviews and stars do the job. You get to know about a product from the customers who have already bought it, helping you in buying the best product.

These are just a few of the things that have made online shopping well-liked these days. Online shopping has made things easily available with just a few clicks. It is convenient and saves plenty of money and time.

Digital Marketing is Transforming the Tourism Industry (Part II)

WestJet wants to allow its flyers to use their own devices.

On-board – Experience marketing is vital (continued)

WestJet wants to take their on-board experience a step further and partnered up with Panasonic Avionics Corp. to put in an entertainment system that lets airline guests use their own devices to access the media library wirelessly. According to WestJet, over 74% of travelers bring their own web-enabled devices on board. Several of them want to continue using those devices seamlessly while utilizing the airplane’s system to watch additional content.

Digital marketing is no longer just for desktops. Today, folks need to be connected at all times. Give them access to your online content on their own devices when and where they want it the most. Your thoughtfulness will be appreciated and folks will be much more inclined to buy other services when they are using a safe and familiar device.

At the Destination – Additional services mean repeat sales 

Before going on vacation, most folks research the place they’re going to visit. Once they get to the destination, the search for the best places to visit continues. Luckily, the power of Wi-Fi lets travelers use their devices anywhere from the hotel room to touristic attractions to coffee shops.

As a result, planning any trip becomes as easy as going to a review website and picking the next destination point. Getting competition from Airbnb and their Neighborhoods Local Travel Guides, big hotel chains are also seeing the need to increase the range of their offering to provide even more value to the customers.

Hotel Indigo, a part of Intercontinental Group, has a service that lets its customers explore the neighborhoods they are staying at by providing neighborhood guides. The mobile site version lets travelers see available content even when they’re not staying at one of the hotels. The guides have maps, useful information about local attractions and restaurants, hotel overviews and a Facebook linked photo-sharing tool.


Digital Marketing is Transforming the Tourism Industry (Part I)

Hospitality and tourism are going digital too.

Hospitality and tourism are some of the sectors that are most affected by digital development. Transportation and accommodation businesses are among the first ones to use digital marketing techniques in their practices to engage communities and ensure their customers have the best possible away-from-home experience.

In order to do well and gain competitive advantages, folks in the travel industry are always seeking the greatest and newest ways to reach their buyer persona and custom their offering to their target audience. Below are some current examples of digital marketing applications that marketers from any industry can learn from.

Booking – the importance of second-screen marketing

Digital consumption today is quite different from what it used to be. The use of mobile devices is on the rise and the situation is no different for the tourism sector. Moreover, it may be even more deal-breaking since folks use various devices to book their hotel rooms and airplane tickets. Due to that fact, there is an increasing trend of mobile-only travel agencies (MTAs). These businesses offer travelers the ability to book tickets through downloadable mobile apps.

Although currently most of those services are focusing on tonight-only bookings made by travelers on the go, down the line, we can expect to see an influx of full-service mobile traveling agencies. Otherwise, successful last-minute booking apps can also get acquired by bigger web companies the same way became a part of a popular booking service Hot Hotels.

On-board – Experience marketing is vital

Traveling from point A to point B can be a tiring and long experience. In an attempt to make the trip more pleasant for travelers, airlines put in advanced in-flight entertainment systems that let people watch movies and TV shows, play games, listen to the radio and make phone calls from the aircraft.


How Digital Marketing Will Influence the Real Estate Industry (Part III)

As a real estate agent, these strategies may be extremely beneficial.

Blockchain Technology (continued)

This technology lets marketers track the placement of their ads and ensure their consumers that they click their ads. As a result, customer engagement data become more accurate. Your marketing assets won’t be wasted.

With its transparent nature, it gives consumers more control over what and how their personal information is being utilized by marketers. When they trust you, they are more likely to share their personal data.

Social Ad Campaigns

Social media is a dependable marketing channel. Several businesses still don’t completely understand how very effective these systems are.

A variety of new offers from the huge networks made it possible to get to target markets specifically and more effectively than in the past. These fresh offers would include improved retargeting and geofencing.

The trick to increasing it is to produce advanced social projects that use the complete assortment of styles and tools. Businesses that invest in advanced social methods are more likely to find an outstanding ROI.

Influencer Marketing

People want real and authentic experiences. That’s why your prospective clients are likely to believe a real person over your ad. And this is where influencer marketing comes in.

If you use it in your real estate marketing, you need to find influencers that can get in touch with the right consumers. To further help your campaign, you can utilize effective hashtags that your clients can remember easily.

Digital marketing is useful. Though, you must first know your target audience. In this way, you can improve your online branding to create a consistent online presence that can aid your brand’s recognition.

People who are finding or renting a property use the web. So, it is becoming more necessary to have a strong internet presence as a real estate agent.


How Digital Marketing Will Influence the Real Estate Industry (Part II)

Using a chatbot for your real estate company could boost your sales like it’s done for many others.


These tools have been around for a while. The technology incorporates text, voice, and messages to talk right with customers. Chatbots are used much more than virtual reality.

The majority of companies are now using chatbots as part of their customer support.

In fact, many messaging apps are using bots to promote services and products. The apps use chatbots to help brands in endorsing their products and services while offering a personalized customer support experience.

It is a successful technology since it can accurately and quickly give answers to the customer’s questions. Moreover, they can gather data about their users. This data is effective in increasing interaction with them. Chatbots provide a more responsive way of dealing with customers.

Augmented Reality

The biggest challenge with real estate marketing is that clients need to see the property in person before they make a final decision. The good thing is that you can add augmented reality to your digital marketing.

There are many tools that let you create virtual tours of properties. They can present to your clients what a particular construction project will look like when it is finished.

Virtual tours of the neighborhood are now deemed a must.

The reason for this is that tours could give your clients a feel for the surrounding area. They enable them to know what it would feel like if they live in the neighborhood and property.

Technology firms are also releasing toolkits that make augmented offerings much easier.

Blockchain Technology

Blockchain technology is presently disrupting how the globe views monetary and financing systems. Rentberry, for instance, is a rental platform that uses this technology to make the rental process easier for tenants and renters. But the advantages of this technology are now being used in digital marketing too.

How Digital Marketing Will Influence the Real Estate Industry (Part I)

Going digital can have positive influences on your real estate sales.

Digital marketing is the future of real estate.

It is true that folks will make a final decision after seeing the property in person. But investors are likely to do thorough research before viewing the properties. With that being said, it is ideal that you, as a realtor, have a serious online presence.

Moreover, the digital conveniences can help brokers in making the buying process a lot simpler for their customers. As a broker, you can give your prospective customers a tour to the properties you sell online. Then, you can make the paperwork process simpler without the need to go to your office.

Digital marketing has not changed the market completely. Though, real estate developers are increasing their emphasis on online marketing for years.

The change has happened due to the customers moving from conventional methods to various digital tools. Buyers now have a tendency to look at a property on Google or they use an app that makes everything simple.

Ways that Digital Marketing will Change the Real Estate Market in 2019

Boost Exposure

Many commercial projects vary in location, size, and cost. With that in mind, digital presence is a crucial task.

To stay on par with the changing scene, electronic marketers necessitate staying in line with the progressing technology patterns.

Digital Marketing Automation

As a landlord, for instance, there isn’t enough time for you to do digital marketing on your own. Digital marketing needs you to be more engaging, creating more content and doing more customization. You can use the time you have in a more effective way. For that reason, digital marketing for landlords is valuable.

Through the right setup, it is possible to automate your many marketing tasks, such as running email campaigns, delivering targeted pieces, etc.

Internet Marketing for the Visually Impaired (Part II)

Adding audio options to the navigations on your website is a huge help to those who have visual impairments.

What is Visual Impairment?

Total blindness is not having the inability to tell dark from light. Low vision is a severe reduction in vision that can’t be corrected with contact lenses or standard glasses. Legal blindness is central vision corrected at 20/200 or worse or a visual field that is not greater than 20%. This is also called tunnel vision. Many people have difficulty reading normal print and are reporting their vision worsening to the point of requiring large print or audio.

Label All Buttons and Links

If you label links and buttons on your site to say exactly what they are, for example, ‘search’ or ‘home’, then visually impaired people can decide what they are. They can use a screen reader reading the label out loud or with magnification software.

Labeling of buttons and links mean that visually impaired don’t have to push buttons without knowing what they are. If you do use the labeling of buttons, then the visually impaired can move around your website easily.

Have an Audio Option for Captcha Verification

If you use captcha verification on your website for people that want to interact with it, you have to consider the possibility of adding an audio option.

Screen readers can’t read graphics and are usually hard for people with impaired vision to see.

Having an audio option for captcha verification offers an alternative to the visually impaired while still sustaining your website’s security.

If no audio option is available, the visually impaired will just click away from your site since there isn’t any alternative way to complete such tasks.

Add Alt Text to Images

Adding Alt Text to images on your site is possibly the best and most efficient way to make your content accessible to the visually impaired.

However, you may be surprised by the number of blogs and websites that don’t do it.

Describing what is in the image aids the visually impaired in building a picture and interpret it in their own way, meaning being more engaged with your posts.

Internet Marketing for the Visually Impaired (Part I)

Making your company accessible to those with visual impairments can bring an influx of consumers to your doorstep.

Over 37 million Americans are blind or have a visual impairment. It has been predicted that in the US, these numbers will increase to over 74 million blind and 200 million visually impaired within a year.

Accessible Marketing Opportunities That Can Bring Your Business to The Next Level

With so many affected by visual impairments, today’s article is all about how to better include all individuals in your marketing efforts with accessible marketing. The Americans Disability Act states all companies to comply with accessibility for the visually impaired. Did you realize many financial institutions are only interested in being compliant once they have gotten a customer with a visual impairment? Think about increasing your marketing base just by having accessible alternative formats.

Around the Globe

Over 284 million individuals in the world are visually impaired, of whom over 38 million are blind and 246 million have moderate to severe visual impairment. Think about capturing 38 million Americans and 285 million folks from all over the globe by offering alternative formats to your present print marketing and having an accessible web site.

Don’t close the door on millions of clients. Research shows that individuals with disabilities have consumer loyalty to companies that are supportive and accessible to people with disabilities. It is estimated that more than 50 million Americans, 18 and over, are living with some type of disability.

Make a statement with alternative formats and get clients that are usually overlooked and become seen by consumers who can’t access your business. Accessibility is a low-cost way of increasing your client-base and delivering awareness to your business. Companies are always or should always be looking for innovative ways of standing out. Standard formats such as large print, Braille, audio, as well as accessible PDF’s and website marketing will take your business to the next level.