Five Unique Ways To Make A Side Income
Start ups are changing the way businesses are run. Uber improved on the taxi model by getting a ride on demand using your phone. WeWork is an alternative to leasing traditional office space for your company. These areas are still evolving now you can rent out your living room for people to collaborate using Sparechair or Peerspace. If you want you can even rent out your backyard using Gamping for Garden Camping.
People always need storage. You can charge people to store stuff at your house – a spare bedroom or basement would work perfectly.
You probably have a friend or family member that needs your help with this right now. A few boxes in an area of the house you’re not using are a perfect idea when you need some fast cash. Think about those self-storage places; they make an absolute fortune! You would be solving a huge problem for people and creating an easy flow of income. Cha-ching!
You don’t have to become an Uber driver. You can use Side.cr where you set your own price or just drive families around using Shuddle.us because sometimes you don’t want to pick up the drunks at 2am. There are also other options including just recording your voice and see if you could do voice over work by posting on Voicebunny. You can even combine ideas maybe you got a backyard to post on gamping and adventure equipment you can rent out using Outdoors.
See how you can rent practically anything you own or become a voice over artist.
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About Shaun Archer Tatum Shaun works in corporate finance in New York City. He has done financial consulting for several start-ups and has worked at several Fortune 500 companies. He has contributed several finance/investing articles on Seeking Alpha which have been published on Yahoo! Finance.