Published on Sep 27, 2016
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Comments • 597
Ashley Cartagena1 year ago
This is incredible because I JUST started my side hustle using UpWork and Rev! I can’t believe I haven’t been doing this all along. I can’t wait to watch the rest of this video!
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Emma Elizabeth Davis7 months ago
Redbubble! It was my main hustle in high school, since I only worked seasonal jobs in my beach town. I’ve made $5000 easily in the four years I’ve been on the site, and I definitely haven’t been uploading content consistently. (Once you upload a design, Redbubble does all the work. I have four year old designs making me $20-50 a month with no effort on my part now.) If you have any graphic design ability and access to Photoshop, you can make and sell a lot.
Romina7 months ago
That subtle game of thrones reference tho 👌
takeflightbirdyy7 months ago
Selling old clothes really isn’t side hustling… you already spent unnecessary money on clothes you don’t need and will probably sell them at a loss.
jellow2421 year ago
Also, if you’re on a college campus, look into studies that the psych department or other departments run. At my school, there’s a website where you can sign up for different ones that you’re qualified for and usually it’s like $10/$15 for half an hour to an hour of just answering questions or something really simple. I made $7 in 15 minutes once just for playing games with a robot, which I totally would’ve done for free, anyway.
crumblecat7 months ago
1. sell old clothes, so you can buy more to refill your “thinned out” closet!!! 2. work full time from home 3. muck around on the internet 4. play facebook for small business that probably cant afford to pay you/become full time social media manager from home 5. work full time from home 6. gain qualifications, then work from home 7. start your own business …this is when i stopped watching.
Dusan Petrovic7 months ago
selling your cloths is not a Side Hussle…
Aly Ellen1 year ago
I’m disabled. Everything I do is from my bed, and isn’t a “side hustle”. I’d love to see a video for financial tips for disabled millennials and those of us with minimal/zero income and ability to work. Thanks!
Daniel Reyes1 year ago
I speak English, Spanish & Swedish. Looks like being a tutor is my best bet since I love to teach! Thanks to you both 👌🏻
Mariam Alaa1 year ago
How do we actually know and make sure that the surveys’ sites are legitimate? Great video though!
Sprite Queen11 months ago
I’m disabled and spend a ridiculous amount of time in bed due to heavy pain levels, so these ideas are really helpful – especially so I can feel like I’m contributing to my family. Thank you!! One site I REALLY love, too, is Swagbucks. I’ve been paid several times through them. Check ’em out!! http://www.swagbucks.com/refer/spritequeen
Ginger Rackley1 year ago
This is unrelated, but I have noticed from your last couple of videos that there is a strong glare coming from Chelsea’s glasses. Just wondering if you had changed camera angle or lights? Besides that, I think you girls are doing a great job😋
Taylor Reed1 year ago
Depop is another great app for selling clothes. Have used, always go through the app, though. Never a second party system (like paypal)
Carrie Couzens7 months ago
thredUp is not such a great site anymore. They now charge you about $5 for a bag to be mailed to you to fill, and when you send the items you want money for, they greatly underpay vs what they make off of the item. They even tell you when they sold one of your items, and how much they made, which is a lot more than what they paid you. Felt like a slap in the face.
Ysabella Hall7 months ago
Everyone moaning that they didn’t mention sexwork, like dang would you demand a man talk about sex work, not everyone wants to talk about sex all the time.
ChelsRen7 months ago
Businesses are steering away from hiring random young people to be social media managers because they dont understand analytics or ROI. Personal use and business use are totally different skills and it’s a waste of money to pay some rando who doesn’t know what theyre doing when you as a business owner could have done the same thing for free. Im a social media manager (as part of being a marketing manager) and it’s ridiculous how many other people SM managers Ive met who have no clue what PPC is or analytics or AB testing or even ROI is.
Saba Imran7 months ago
hey, cool channel! but you guys look at each other while talking too often. to me, it looks like you’re constantly seeking validation and support in what you’re saying, which in turn makes me trust you less. even if that’s not the case, that’s how it comes across. you should just look straight at the camera.
Angela Beavers7 months ago
maybe I missed it but they said they were going to put a link for virtual assistant jobs I don’t see it.
M AndOnlyM1 year ago
This is a wonderful video, but I wish you’d given some more details about exactly how to tell a “scammy” survey from a real one. What are the obvious marks of a REAL survey vs. a scammy one? Inquiring minds want to know!
KreeZafi7 months ago
Also, check out freelance sites where you can offer practically ANY service! I do some freelance translating work on Fiverr, they do take 20% of the income but I still make enough for it to be worth it (since I genuinely enjoy what I do and it’s not too time-consuming) and that’s less than I’d pay in taxes for an ordinary job anyway so I don’t really mind. People do all kinds of stuff there, you can just browse around for a bit to see the extent of what you can do and maybe figure out something that works for you :)