Today’s contribution comes from Claudia Pennington, a digital marketing consultant and trainer. With more than a decade’s worth of experience in online marketing, she has become an expert in search engine optimization, Google Analytics, and Google Tag Manager through her work with small businesses, startups, and Fortune 500 companies. Claudia trains side hustlers, freelancers, and […]
I’ve been doing these quarterly progress reports for the last couple years.
I find this exercise a helpful time to evaluate what happened over the last 3 months, to see if you achieved your goals, and to ask if you’re happier or otherwise better off than you were when you started.
So am I?
One of the best ways to figure out how to better serve your customers or your audience is to, well, ask them.
So I set out to create my (annual?) member survey and see if I could get some insights into where readers and listeners are at in their side hustle journey, what types of businesses you’re working on, and what your biggest challenges are.
I also wanted to find out about how you first discovered Side Hustle Nation, your #1 goal for the year, and what you’d like to see me cover here in the future.
While I love to travel, I always struggle to keep up with my businesses while I’m on the road. In this week’s contribution, Jesse Gernigin explains how he gets it done and gives his advice on how to enjoy your trip AND make money; to have your cake and eat it too.
You might remember Jesse from episode 174 of The Side Hustle Show, where he gave his suggestions for writing attention-getting proposals on Upwork.
He’s a professional hypnotist, a freelance copywriter, and also helps run a local coin shop. (All about those multiple income streams!)
Or in blogger speak, “The 10 Tools I Used to Build a 6-Figure Business.”
I’ve been getting a few questions about my current home office set up, so I thought I’d put together a quick post about it here.
While I’m blessed to be able to work from anywhere, I find I’m most productive at home. I’ve been working from home full-time for more than 8 years, so there’s definitely some comfort there.
Today’s contribution comes from Grace Moser, who, together with her husband Silas, took action on one Side Hustle Show episode in a big way.
In this post, she shares their incredible results and best-practices from starting a blog from scratch in late 2015, and turning it into a 5-figure a month income stream today! Wow!
Last summer when I interviewed Neil Patel, one of the traffic hacks he recommended during the podcast was to make strategic updates to your existing content based on data from Google Search Console.
Several months later, I finally decided to give it a shot.
In this post, I’ll show you how it works, how you can do the same for your website, and my results so you can judge if it’s worth your time.
As a new parent, I’m constantly trying to figure out the best way to educate our little hustler about business, entrepreneurship, and money.
And while he’s a few years away from the proverbial lemonade stand on the sidewalk, let me use that as inspiration for this post.
My experiment with peer-to-peer lending at Prosper.com continues, though I’m not quite as bullish on it as I was a year ago. The platform has seen some impressive growth, both in terms of the number and volume of “originations,” and the number of lenders competing for the most attractive loans to lend on. I’m still […]
No — Side Hustle Nation hasn’t quite hit the $1 million mark yet.
That honor is reserved for true blogging elite, and in that spirit I’m excited to introduce Michelle Schroeder-Gardner, the founder of Making Sense of Cents.
On her blog, Michelle helps readers learn how to make extra money, save money, and reach their dream life. She currently earns $100,000 a month (wowzas!!) through her blog and affiliate marketing course, Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing.