🧠 3 Idea Thursday

Every week, I spend dozens of hours searching for the best business ideas.

Here are my favorites this week!

🧠 1: Roast My _______

Olly roasts landing pages… well he used to roast landing pages.

For $350, Olly made a ~10min video telling you all the reasons your landing page sucked and how to make it better.

Quick math tells me he made $300K+ doing this 😮‍💨 Not too shabby

The lazy entrepreneur will see this unfulfilled demand and copy the service - and it just might work. But, I bet there are already 10+ clones floating around.

But, this concept can be applied to several other niches:

  • Roast my AirBnB listing

  • Roast my Esty page

  • Roast my SaaS onboarding

  • Roast my resume

  • Roast my newsletter

  • …..

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🧠 2: PayPal Lead Gen

This is either genius or incredibly annoying… I’m leaning toward genius.

A few ideas:

  • Create a service that scrapes potential leads’ PayPal, Cash App, and Venmo info

  • Scrape leads yourself and sell the list

  • Create an agency that specializes in cold outreach via payment platforms

Keep in mind, once the novelty of this wears off, it won’t be effective.

🧠 3: SMB Google Reviews

Story time.

I visit my local urgent care (primary doctors are for chumps) a couple times a year.

After I leave, I get the same text message:

The result? 4.5K reviews on Google - that’s a lot of lunch.

Spinning up an agency that manages those messages is genius.

You charge the business per review. You don’t get reviews? Then it’s free.

10 businesses * 25 reviews/month/business * $20/review = $5,000/month

That’s all for this week. Please leave me feedback and let me know what you think!

— Keevin ✌️

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