6: How to Build an Offline Side Hustle Around Your Passion, with Emma Perez

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In Episode 6 of The Side Hustle Show, I have a chance to sit down with Emma Perez of OrlandoWeddingDances.com to discuss how she’s built her side hustle business by leveraging her passion for dance along with some savvy marketing moves. This show has some great tips on how to crack the multi-billion dollar wedding market without spending a fortune on advertising.

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In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How to get paid for your skills and passions.
  • Why word of mouth and social proof is crucial in a business without (hopefully) many repeat customers.
  • Emma’s killer free strategy for breaking into the multi-billion dollar wedding market.
  • The opportunity in local SEO for an offline business.
  • Where to find targeted, local advertising opportunities online.
  • How to use Kickstarter to fund ambitious, big idea projects.
  • Her #1 tip for side hustle entrepreneurs.

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2 thoughts on “6: How to Build an Offline Side Hustle Around Your Passion, with Emma Perez”

  1. I stumbled across this website via aboundless.com. Great podcasts. Just wanted to bring to your attention that this company/website no longer exists. I understand this podcast is from 2013, would be great if you could update the blog status above to indicate that this is no longer in service, so that folks don’t listen in only to find out later it doesn’t exist. In fact, would be great to share why it shut down, maybe hear from the founders what went wrong. The concept seemed really cool.


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