Two simple web businesses
The world needs fixed-price web podiatrists.
Podiatrists, not doctors.
Doctors do surgery and prescribe expensive drugs and stuff. Podiatrists can just make it easier to get around.
So, a pretty smart web-savvy person could have a checklist of fifty items and work her way through a corporate website. She could come back with a simple, easy to execute list of things worth changing:
--put USA above Afghanistan on your country pull down list
--make it so clicking on your logo takes me back to your home page
--the font is too small on this page and it's hard to read
Low hanging fruit, stuff that doesn't need approval from the CEO to fix. Maddening idiosyncracies, worth the few minutes it takes to fix them.
Second gig: Web analytics pro. Someone who can, for a generous hourly fee, set up analytics for a website and do weekly reports (by email) that are actually useful and actionable.
$200 an hour is totally reasonable for work like this. It's worth ten times that when it's done right. We're talking about optimizing an AdWords campaign that returns millions of dollars in profit.
Of course there are people who already know how to do this. The question is: can it be marketed as an easy thing, a simple sale, a matter of course...
Neither will make you rich. Either might open doors for your next step in life.