Internet Marketing for Seniors
Many seniors today are eager to start their own business or continue their careers even after retirement. They’re no longer content to become inactive – nor can most afford to completely retire.
If you’re considering an offline job or business after retirement, think instead about the Internet and all the career paths it offers. More seniors are turning to the Internet because it’s profitable, you can set up your business at home and set your own hours.
That gives you the ability to have cash in your pocket for some luxuries rather than necessities and to have the freedom to travel or take time off to play with the grandkids or spend time with friends and family.
The Internet doesn’t discriminate against age as some offline employers do. You can even use a pen name for your websites and other communication if you don’t want to put your real information out there.
Best of all – you can work in any niche that appeals to you or that you may have developed skills in from another job. This can also appeal to other marketers who may use you as a freelancer to gather information about the niche. Continue reading
Seniors are clamoring to learn about computers and the Internet so they can make money to supplement their retirement incomes and socialize with others. They’re part of a movement which can keep seniors working and independent for the rest of their lives barring severe health problems.
If you have a computer and access to the Internet, you are already well on your way to building a home-based business. A home-based business lets seniors set their own hours and determine how much effort they want to put into it and how much money they’ll make from it.
Many seniors already have valuable skills learned from jobs they’ve had throughout their lives. Thanks to the Internet, seniors can now put those skills to work from the comfort of their own homes in areas such as sales, administrative, finance and research.
More and more companies are outsourcing jobs to home-based offices. This cuts down on their overhead and they don’t run the risk of having a full-time employee who doesn’t have enough work to keep them busy throughout the year. Continue reading