I’m almost 7 years into hosting The Side Hustle Show, and what started as a little side-project experiment has turned into a life-changing adventure.
I’ve had the unique opportunity to meet some amazing entrepreneurs, share their stories, and build a worldwide audience of listeners. Oh, and build a really rewarding business as well.
One question I’ve been asked a few times is how much it costs to start a podcast, so I thought I’d put together a quick list of the expenses in case you’re thinking of starting a show of your own.
Melissa Fassel Dunn from grouptize.com has built a thriving – and profitable – online community serving residents in her small town.
The interesting part is that she didn’t start her Facebook group or website with the goal of making money.
She did so to solve a pain point she was experiencing finding information about services in her town of Milton, a suburb of Boston.
Are you operating online fully compliant with GDPR and CCPA regulations?
Do you have the right type of liability insurance to cover you should the worst case happen?
If you’re unsure about any of the legal stuff surrounding you, your business, or side hustle, it should be a lot clearer by the end of this episode.
Early last summer I joined Teachable’s “Creator Challenge.”
The premise was to research, create, and launch an online course over the next three months.
On top of that, Teachable provided expert support, a community of fellow instructors, and a little friendly competition.
People have been asking me about creating an online course for years — but since I tend to work better with a deadline, I jumped in on the challenge.
Looking for a part-time side hustle where you get can your inventory for free and there are almost no startup costs?
This week, I’m excited to introduce the side hustle of public domain publishing.
This is the art and science of republishing classic literature – where the copyrights have expired – and earning passive royalties when your version sells.
Note: Click here to download Sa’s top tips for starting and growing an affiliate site in a competitive niche from this episode. Just because a niche is insanely competitive, it doesn’t mean you can’t start an affiliate site and claim a slice of the revenue. At least, that’s what Sa El of SimplyInsurance.com has done, … Read more