In general, it’s very difficult to find an industry that is easy to learn, easy to start, and has high demand. Those industries are often extremely saturated, and compensates for the ease of access with difficulty in finding clients.
However, I will suggest looking into starting a growth hacking service. The term was coined by Sean Ellis in 2010, and focusing marketing on subscriber/user growth.
- The learning curve is relatively easy. It combines knowledge required of major marketing services like Google and Facebook with strategies in growing new users. It’s essentially a marketer with creative ideas, analytical skills, and a bit of coding. You can learn a lot more about the learning curve through this Medium post.
- Marketing as a whole is easy to start. You don’t need a degree — focus on learning through Youtube and different blogs and websites to gather a wealth of knowledge to help you perform. It’s important to note that since you are looking to start a service based company, quality service is essential.
- Growth hacking is growing extremely quickly — in the startup world, “growth hacking” is the new service of interest.
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