I am not sure it is the best but it is an easy enough one. You can create an ebay store and sell items you find on Amazon but for more. You will want to have a prime account for this and ship everything as a gift so no receipt is included.
Offering a cloud service is a good one. It will take an upfront cost to get going but once you establish customers who pay monthly and balance out your traffic to the site, you can earn from both subscribers to your service as well as ad revenue.
Any kind of service that deals with data storage or sharing is good to go with. If you know enough about them, hosting a server service is very easy to start up and manage with a lower cost up front. Just depends on how low you want to start.
Do you possess any skill that you can sell through an e-commerce website?
This could be writing, drawing, SEO, tech repair, the possibilities are endless. They only cost the amount of a domain registration and hosting.
If you want to focus on a business, that is fine but I think you are better off (at lease for the time being) starting up a few different blogs and get ad revenue coming in. It won't be much at first but it can be built up.
kimberly: Do you possess any skill that you can sell through an e-commerce website?This could be writing, drawing, SEO, tech repair, the possibilities are endless. They only cost the amount of a domain registration and hosting.
@kimberly I was going to say a similar thing. If you have any kind of skill that you can provide to others through your computer, you can easily turn that into a business and it will likely cost you very little.
I am not sure what the best would be. A lot of people mentioned great options but I think the best home business depends on you as an individual. I would recommend taking something you are interested in and making a business out of it.
There are a lot of options, it really just depends on what you know and what you are good at.
A few examples include:
Virtual Relationship Counseling