One doesn’t need to have a crystal ball to predict the future of Internet Business. All you need to do is take a look at Internet World Stats to determine that there are now currently 1.7 billion Internet users in the world. The numbers are consistently rising and you can see that it has already reached 1/3 of the world population.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out the Internet has long been here to stay. People pay their bills online for goodness sake. They also use the Internet to perform research, purchase goods and services, send and receive email, play games, watch tv, listen to music, download music, get local and International news as well as many other daily chores and tasks.
The Internet is our way of life now. Security has become better and reliable as more and more people have begun to accept the Internet as a normal necessity. The growth of the Internet has also spurred many new business opportunities for regular everyday average families. You don’t have to be rich anymore to start your own business. People can start and run a profitable Internet business for less than it cost to eat out for one night.
I predict in the future we will see more and more Internet businesses begin to emerge and flourish. We have still only scraped the surface. Most people are sick of the hustle and bustle world we used to live in. Everybody is searching for a way to stay home with their families and earn a solid living. The Internet is a real answer for many.
It doesn’t mean you won’t still have to work hard. Whether online or offline, if you’re going to build a viable and profitable business you are going to have to work hard. That’s just the way it is. Any sane person knows this. You get out of it what you put into it.
Those with an entrepreneurial mindset can certainly see this and have jumped at the chance to make their dreams a reality with an online business. Shame on me for not setting up my own business sooner than I did. Where else can you touch so many people at one time? You can’t. The Internet is a gift to mankind. It is not to be wasted.