So you think you might want to be a ticket broker? To be a ticket broker means to buy and sell tickets for a profit. Perhaps you heard of someone doing this, or you stumbled upon the idea by making money when you sold some tickets of your own. You might be wondering, is this something I can do as a profession, or at least as a way to supplement my income? And if it's a good fit, how do I then become a successful ticket broker?
I put together this series of articles to address these very important questions. It's based on the collective knowledge and experience of a number of successful ticket brokers.
The purpose is to help you decide whether buying and selling tickets for a living is a good choice for you and, most importantly, get started on the right foot. So many people are looking for ways to work at home or make extra money. But before you jump on the "ticket broker bandwagon", it's important to make sure it's right for you.
You want to make sure you get started "smart"….failing early on could demoralize you and you might quit without fully realizing your potential as a broker. Luckily there are lots of resources to help you be successful right off the bat
The three part series will cover the following topics:
1. Is the Ticket Broker Profession Right for you? Is this the right business opportunity for YOU? Based on your personality, your skills, and your willingness to take risks?
2. What does it take to succeed in this business? How much can I expect to make? Can you hope to quit your job and do this full-time?
3. How do I get started? What are the steps I need to take to get going? What kind of broker do I want to be?
.Sooooooooooooo………..Here we go!