Surveys claim that depressed people are the people that use the internet often. The truth behind these surveys are somewhat alarming and yet, it could be the very reason why the internet rules! Not that having too many depressed people in the world should be a reason to celebrate – but then again, it could be a reason why you should start setting up your own internet business in your local area!
Depression is why people lose themselves online – for the internet is like an escape from reality. By staying online gives sad people some kind of a therapy to be in another world. When you set up an internet business, you must understand that internet does not cause depression at all – in fact it gives people something to cling to. And that should be motivation enough for you. Not only you will earn from it, but you get to give people hope and chance to “therapy” themselves and for them not to succumb to loneliness.
When you open an internet cafe in your area, those brokenhearted folks can get over their heartbreaks in no time and who knows – they would meet new prospects by going on a date on line.
The internet is a link to the other side of the world – the information it gives, the life it caters to are limitless…endless. And you can give that unlimited source of information on a silver platter you call your little internet cafe.
An internet cafe busy would be ideal to those who have the passion and the time to “Google” their day away. Not only that you will be closed to the very thing you worship (next to God, of course) the most: your computer, but also, you can make a profit out of that said passion of yours.
So how do you exactly start an internet cafe business?
First, identify the concept of how you would exactly want your internet cafe to be – what other services would you offer? And who would be your target market
Second, research about your area feasibility: Is there a demand for an internet cafe? Who are your competitors should you open one soon? How much capital do you need to start on this said business?
Third, a comprehensive case study must be done – how many computers would you need? How many people do you need to hire as staff?
Fourth, consider having a business partner or a bank that will loan you the capital you need.
Fifth, find that “spot” – internet cafes would do well near a school campus if students are one of your “targets” for your market. Or you can position your cafe near other cafes as well.
Sixth, check what permits you will need for your cafe – visit your local municipality or you can hire a legal adviser if you are naive when it comes to those applications.
Seventh, choose an internet service provider and choose well. Your internet is your milk and butter in this kind of business – get a good one that offers the best deal.
There you have it – better add more fun in your local area soon!