The Internet has opened a world of opportunities in front of all of us. There are innumerable ways in which most of us can either supplement our existing incomes or even make it our primary income, using the Internet. Infrastructure required is minimal – a computer with an Internet connection is most often all that is required. The following tips will enlighten you on how to build an online business from home/part-time, the easy way.Tip 1: Start an eBay businesseBay is one of the Internet’s runaway success stories, with millions of items being bought and sold over the website. It has proved especially useful to sell old and discarded items, useless to the owner yet otherwise useful to others. Setting up a virtual shop on eBay is easy, with no other added physical infrastructure required.Tip 2: Earn Money From Your WebsitesIf you have an existing website, or groups of websites, especially with static content on them which is otherwise non-revenue-generating, you could easily monetize the entire scenario by having Google AdSense advertisements strategically placed on the web pages. All of a sudden you will find those pages generating good income for you, based on clicks on the ads from visitors to your websites. Of course, you need to work on maximizing traffic to these websites, which will in turn maximize the click-through rate.Tip 3: Earn Money From Your BlogBlogging has become an addiction to many Internet surfers. There are many who spend hours every single day, updating their blogs with their own thoughts, ideas, etc. While you could very well continue to do this as your passion or hobby, you could as a matter of fact, monetize all the time that you spend, by again having Google AdSense ads placed around the content on your blog. You will in fact see a spurt in your own motivational level to spend more time and effort blogging!Tip 4: Pick up Freelance ProjectsWhile the current economic scenario has spelt the death knell for many job holders, it has not really resulted in work per se disappearing from the world. In fact a lot of the work which would earlier go to regular, full-time job holders now goes to freelancers who bid on projects posted online. It is a win-win situation for all, as the employer does not need to spend on building physical infrastructure while the freelancer can be his or her own boss, working at his or own pace and convenience.I hope you found the above tips on how to build an online business from home/part-time, useful!