Sarah Miller is still in college (and plays soccer for her school) but that hasn’t stopped her from starting a pretty cool side hustle: painting custom pet portraits. She’s done 300 paintings so far! But the business isn’t without its challenges. She’d like to raise her rates, expand her marketing efforts to land new clients, … Read more
Over the last decade, Cathy Heller has earned $100s of thousands of dollars from her music and helping other musicians license their songs.
In fact, you’ve probably heard some of her music without realizing it. Songs of hers have been featured in ads for huge brands, like McDonald’s, Walmart, Kellogg’s, as well as many popular TV shows.
Today, the mother of 3 balances family, her art, her agency, her online course, and her new Don’t Keep Your Day Job podcast, where she interviews other entrepreneurs, artists, and influencers.
What if I told you there was an easy way to access the hidden freelance job market?
That with just a few minutes work you could unlock a world of high paying, unadvertised freelance writing jobs, that are looking to hire people like you.
You’d probably say I was crazy. But the truth is that such a system exists, and it’s been a key part of my own business for the last two years.
Listen in on a real life side hustle coaching call with customer acquisition and retention strategist David Hutcherson (he’s the client), and sales pro Brendan Alan Barrett (he and I share the coaching duties).
On the heels of last week’s sales-themed episode, I invited Brendan on because of his sales background both with companies large and small.
We’re joined by our “client” David, who’s seeking to grow his freelance/consulting side hustle and build on his decade of experience in customer service.
“People don’t buy intellectually, they buy emotionally and rationalize it later,” Jim Brown told me.
Jim is a former professional wrestler, a Marine Corps vet, a sales coach, and is the founder and host of the SalesTuners podcast at SalesTuners.com.
In this year’s survey results, a lot of Side Hustle Nation readers said they needed help growing their business and attracting new customers. This is exactly what Jim does with his clients, and he shares his tactics and processes in this episode.
The ACT is a college entrance exam used by many colleges to rank students applying to their schools. The subject matter covers English grammar, reading comprehension, math, and science.
Millions of students take the test each year and the test prep business rakes in over a billion dollars a year.
As a Side Hustle Nation reader, I want to show you how to get some some of that money!
Steve P. Young is a side hustler turned full-time entrepreneur. He has hosted more than 500 episodes of the AppMasters podcast, a podcast dedicated to helping app makers get more downloads and sales of their apps.
Steve was working full-time when he decided to start his podcast interviewing app developers and putting out content for the app community.
Thinking about starting a service-focused side hustle? Looking for clients to launch your side hustle?
For new side hustlers, finding clients is often the number one concern. You might be unsure how to go about marketing yourself and your services to attract potential clients. You might even have some fears about the sales process once you connect with potential clients.
But remember, you are only new once and everyone starts in the same place: with zero customers.
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!)
Kendell Rizzo made over $100,000 in profit in 18 months part-time selling services, workbooks, and other downloadable products on Fiverr.
In addition to being a 6-figure Fiverr seller, Kendell is a crowdfunding expert, a world traveler, an ironman triathlete.
Fiverr is still going strong, it’s a great example of a Buy Buttons platform – there’s no bidding for work and no outside marketing necessary. This is what attracted Kendell to Fiverr after being frustrated with other freelance endeavors that sap time bidding for jobs or submitting resumes.