The Simple Plan(in short) Send handwritten letters to businesses around you with your email and phone number written inside and your proposal to make them a website for just 100$. Google their business before sending the letters and make sure you send the letter to only those people who don't have a website already. In the letter mention that your provide hosting and domain for free with the 100$ package and it is just $50/year after one year maintenance cost. Also mention that, "Pay only after you get a satisfied website." Buy hosting and domain from your own affiliate link (change ip, use a friends debit card and info, done) or use Amazon Web Services or Google Cloud services for multiple hosting. Wait for them to email or call. Ask their products/services information , about company, contact details, etc on email and copy / paste in the respective pages. Done. 1. Letters The main thing is the letters. We are simply going to blast out letters instead of blasting emails. After receiving such a good offer, successful business owners wouldn't let it go. Choose the price according to the business size. It can go up to $500 and higher with manufacturing unit owners, etc. Use good quality paper and envelope. The total letter costed me less than 0.50$ to reach to the customer. (including postage). 2. Hosting and Domain Check if the exact match domain is available before sending the letter and mention that you will provide them exactbusinessname.com. You can use many hosting services available on BHW or it is completely your preference. 3. Wordpress I use Genesis Framework + Altitude Pro Child Theme as it is very easy and made for making business websites. You can choose the themes of your preference.Just make sure you make it fast and responsive. 4. SEO I haven't mentioned anything about SEO in any of my letters as I myself am not good at it. You can offer your SEO services to them but be carefull at explaining what is SEO to them. You can also send these letters to businesses around the world after you have a good capital and a website about web development. Thanks for reading, please let me know if you have any questions.