There are so many ways to make extra money in your spare time that it doesn’t make sense to not do it. If you are looking to save money for a new car, make investments or just to have a nest egg, then you really need to look into some easy side hustles.
Now, there are people that love their full time job, but most don’t. If you find yourself making money from your side hustle, you may be thinking that it could replace your job.
If this is the case, then choose your side hustle wisely and you can find one that you love to do, makes you good money and is scalable so it can replace your full time income.
In this article, I will go over some side hustles that are scalable and can become an actual business.
One of the easiest ways to make extra money is by making money with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. It is risky, though as there are dips and crashes at times. You could lose money instead of making extra.
So, how is this scalable? One is that trading can actually be done full time. Just like day traders, there are people who know what they are doing and can buy and trade cryptocurrency all day just like they would stocks.
If you have the right mindset then that can work for you. Otherwise, if you like to play it safe, you can run a mining operation. Even safer is creating a website dedicated to all things blockchain and make money through advertising and affiliate marketing.
Being a dog walker is a very attractive way to make extra money.
The hours are flexible and with enough clients you can easily make a few hundred dollars per week extra.
How can it be full time? Start offering some upsells. You can offer other services like feeding the dogs, some grooming, dogsitting and so many other things to fill in the hours when you aren’t walking the dogs.
Driving for Uber
Driving for Uber at night and on the weekends is a very popular way to make extra money. But, how could you scale this if you are hustling for Uber?
You won’t be able to start your own version and compete, that’s for sure. But, what you can do is offer things that Uber doesn’t. You can run a party bus company, do corporate charters with a small bus, or run a shuttle service to parts of town for groups like weddings and corporate events.
The pay is not great as a virtual assistant, that is for sure. There are ways to make more by finding a small niche that is underserved, however. And making a business out of it is very easy.
Offer services like running virtually every aspect of an online business and hire out each of the various facets. You can end up with a digital agency with a staff.