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4 UNUSUAL BUSINESS IDEAS THAT HAVE BROUGHTED TO OWNER OVER MILLION DOLLARS

1. Pillows for cooking in the microwave oven

American Kim Levin is the founder and owner of the Wuvit empire. It all started with the fact that Levin discovered for herself a brilliant and impossibly simple idea. If you sew a pillowcase for a pillow, pour popcorn inside, and then place it in the microwave, you will get a great soft and warm pillow with a pleasant aroma of all Americans favorite snack.

At first, Levin donated such pillows to neighbors’ children, but then she began selling her products, and then brought them to full production. The Wuvit brand is great for kids, but also adults are not averse to lie on a relaxing popcorn pillow. Now Levin owns millions of dollars and even wrote a book about her secret to success.

2. Letters of apology for missed work

The Excused Absence Network company offers everyone for a small fee to purchase a letter for distribution to an employer or teacher on behalf of an employee or student. This letter contains an apology for having missed work or school.

The cost of such dispatches is $ 25, and they are sent by e-mail. Interestingly, the business owner, who created it for only $ 300, still lives in his small house in Oklahoma and works from a single laptop. The number of orders for letters of apology exceeds 25 thousand each month.

3. Monks selling printer cartridges

Father Bernard McCoy is the CEO and owner of LaserMonks. com – created in 2002 its online resource for the sole purpose – to sell cartridges for printers, thereby earning a little for a living. Initially, annual sales were more than modest $ 2 thousand

However, the patience of the holy father bore considerable fruit: in 2005, annual sales exceeded $ 2.5 million. Clients include ordinary people, churches and monasteries, and even the financial giant Morgan Stanley. Daily LaserMonks. com takes about 200-300 orders from more than 50 thousand of its customers across America

4. Page Layouts for MySpace

There was a time when the social network MySpace occupied the lion’s share of the Internet market. One day, a 17-year-old girl with the sense of true movers and shakers thought up and created a WhateverLife website that offered page layouts for MySpace and free training courses on how to create them

Revenue from this undertaking exceeded $ 1 million. Although MySpace is no longer relevant, today a business woman earns about $ 110,000 a month, and her resource is used by 7 million people around the world for 60 million all kinds of Internet pages …

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