Furthermore, carefully consider your likely attendees, and what schedule would be attractive to them. For example, if you’re planning on teaching a tutoring class, you obviously couldn’t schedule it during school hours. Likewise, a class aimed at mothers of young children will either have to include babysitting services or be scheduled at night, when they’re more likely to have help with the kids. Find the delicate balance of times that fit your prospective students’ schedules as well as your own.
You can potentially make even more money by offering to handle snow removal in the winter. Shoveling snow is often a homeowner's least favorite job, and there are many homeowners who simply cannot handle their own shoveling because of physical limitations. Typically, snow removal companies charge a flat fee for the winter, no matter how many times it snows. You can offer to remove snow a la carte, or you can copy the standard procedure and charge a flat rate. If you already own a snowblower (or can invest in one), this can help you speed up the snow removal process and allow you to take care of multiple neighbors each time it snows. (A snowblower will also save your back muscles!)
E-commerce and online marketing have skyrocketed to the point where no business can be successful without an attractive website. Even today’s job seekers are turning to personal websites to replace outdated resumes. The only problem is no one knows how to do it. People will gladly pay a pretty penny for someone to handle back-end installations and codes that allow a website to run smoothly. You can make money on a per-project basis by creating websites for clients through builder sites, such as Squarespace, GoDaddy, and Wix.