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A podcast from Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation

The Side Hustle Show

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378 Episodes • Released Weekly

378 Episodes • Released Weekly

A podcast from Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation

The Side Hustle Show

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378 Episodes • Released Weekly

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The Side Hustle Show is the podcast for part-time entrepreneurs who are looking for business ideas, actionable tips to start a business, and killer strategies on how to turn their side hustle dreams into a growing business. We cover all aspects of starting a business and making money (online and offline), including small business marketing, sales, websites, social media marketing, blogging, time management, and more. Our topics include passive income ideas, niche sites, self-publishing, software and app development, coaching and consulting, freelancing, affiliate marketing, Amazon FBA, and much more. Learn how to turn your business idea into your own thriving small business. Starting your own business gives you the freedom and opportunity to quit your job. It doesn't take a high-flying start-up to make money or create an awesome lifestyle business. Guests include Jon Acuff, Chris Ducker, Brian Clark, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, and many Tim Ferriss and Gary Vaynerchuk proteges. Because your 9 to 5 may make you a living, but your 5-9 makes you alive. Hosted by Nick Loper, Chief Side-Hustler at Side Hustle Nation (.com).

Latest Episode

27 Aug 2020 • 36 mins

403: "Local" E-Commerce: Building a Following for Homemade Products

This week I’m excited to share a unique side hustle that’s turning hobbies into profits, through what I’m calling “local” e-commerce. This is a story of building a following for homemade or handmade products -- without shipping anything, without advertising, and without relying on 3rd party marketplaces like Amazon or Etsy for exposure. We’re going to explore this through the lens of So Here’s the Dough, a local cottage kitchen cookie operation run by a friend of mine here in Livermore, Jenn Fei. Jenn is an attorney and real estate broker by trade, but those professions have now become the side hustles to her thriving cookie business. Tune in to hear: when it's time to turn your hobby into a businesshow to grow a loyal and hungry (pun intended) following for your productshow to consistently generate new product ideasother growth ideas for artisan products Full show notes