I’ve always believed that anyone with enough willpower and internet savvy can start a business with zero startup capital.
I often hear people in the business world talking about how they can’t even get started without that $100,000 in seed money, and that just seems crazy to me.
There are too many awesome small businesses you can start with practically zero overhead. Blogging and digital products are a few good examples.
For a long time, I was passionate about running my own businesses with no overhead - using free software, free tools, and DIYing every single little thing.
Hell, I wouldn’t have even spent $1.99 on an ebook I was that hardcore about free.
When I first started blogging I was afraid of making monetary investments, such as using a paid blog, because I was anxious I wouldn’t be able to make any money and wouldn’t be able to cover those expenses.
Over time I’ve come to realize how even tiny little micro-investments in your business can add up to a big return (in profit, sanity, and time saved).
Making micro-investments in yourself and your business can be a major factor in success.
Micro-investments can mean anything from paying for hosting and your own custom domain, spending a bit more cash on a custom logo, opting into the paid version of apps and software, or taking a course to improve your skills.
Even putting $5 or $10/month into something can make a big impact!
These micro-investments (most only cost a few bucks a month) can come back to you in more income, more productivity, and more profit.
So if you have a bit of cash to invest in your biz - no matter how tiny - read on.
This post will clue you into some micro-investments you can make in your company that will make your life easier and your business or blog more profitable. Seriously, skip dinner out one night, and invest in your blog and business. You’ll be glad you did.