Depending entirely on your normal employment’s salary to make your ends meet or to even raise funds that could someday help you pursue business opportunities that pop-up is a horrendous method to design your future and self.
While having a side hustle is critical, many individuals don’t comprehend what side-business to startup, thus finish up everything outside of paid employment is difficult and costly to venture into.
In case you’re searching for a side business to effortlessly start up, here are side hustles you can begin doing today:
1). Freelancing On Fiverr:
Fiverr provides a wide range of opportunities ranging from graphics & design to digital marketing, writing, video & animation, programming & tech, business, and much more for freelancers all around the world.
Millions of people flock Fiverr daily to look for a freelancer that can help them solve a task or two, and for these, the freelancers get paid depending on their service charge.
You could sign up on Fiverr to offer services as a freelancer as one side hustle that could earn you anywhere from $5 to over $200 per job done.
2). Writing Thesis And Dissertations:
Thesis and dissertation writing services are widely demanded by postgraduate students all over the world. In Nigeria for instance, most people who do a masters program in a local or foreign university are constantly on the lookout for people who can help them with their research projects, and for this, they pay anywhere from 120,000 Naira to over 300,000 Naira depending on the research topic.
You could advertise your thesis and dissertation writing service online or directly to post-graduate students at universities, and with some success, you could be writing one to five projects monthly, with each costing over 100,000 Naira.
3). Driving On Uber Or Taxify After Work Hours:
Uber and Taxify have made it easy for anyone with a good saloon car that’s within their specification to easily sign up on their platforms and earn money from rides that pop up on their app dashboards.
If you own a car, you could sign up on a ridesharing platform and always activate it whenever you’re done at work and/or the weekends.
With some drivers making as much as 80,000 Naira weekly in profits driving their own cars on Uber and Taxify, you could earn the same and use the proceeds to manage other areas of your life.
4). Become A Private Home Tutor:
Parents looking for private home tutors to coach their children after school hours go onto popular tutoring platforms to find someone suitable for the task. To achieve this, the platform pairs the parent with a qualified candidate who then goes on to coach their kids within the agreed period.
You could sign up with a tutoring platform to land private coaching gigs close to you that you could easily handle every day after work hours.
5). Selling Products On Online Market Places:
You could sell products ranging from phone accessories, electronics, fashion items, and more on online marketplaces like Jumia, Konga, Amazon, and more.
When you sell on online marketplaces, you leverage their brand popularity and reputation to get buyers without spending a dime on advertisement.
6). Become An Event Planner:
If there’s anything Nigerians, especially Lagosians love to do, there’s nothing higher on the list than to party. They celebrate almost every basic event that happens in their lives, and depending on how large the celebration may be, they could choose to higher an event planner or not.
You could partner with event centres and more to source people who need affordable but capable event planners to help them organise their events. You could also promote your service on social media, while also having an SEO-ready website that people can easily find online when searching for professional event planners.
With event management costs running into hundreds of thousands of Naira, any event planner that manages to host at least one event a week could earn millions monthly.
7). Start A Blog:
Like several other internet businesses, blogging could either be a waste of time or a positive financial change. Bloggers like Linda Ikeji have made millions of dollars from their blogs, which they’ve gone on to use to set up other thriving businesses.
Depending on what you blog about, your consistency, how popular you get, and the revenue generation model you are working with, you could build a million dollar business or even achieve absolutely nothing.