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Side Hustles That Require Very Little Effort

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If you want to get into the side hustle game to start earning a little extra cash, you don’t want it to eat up every second of your free time. There is nothing worse than realizing that all your after work time has suddenly become even more work time. However, while a lot of side hustles can expand into some long hours, there are a few that require minimal effort on your part.

Dog Walking

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Dog walking is actually a great way to multitask if you want to hit the gym, but also want to make some money. It is a super easy business to break into, especially if you live in the bigger city where not everyone can get home to take their dogs out. Providing the dogs get along alright, you can even walk them in larger packs which can save you on time while still making you a good deal of extra cash.

Be a Notary

While it takes a small initial investment to become a certified notary, it is as easy of a side hustle as you can get. You get to charge your own fees and you can run your notary services however you’d like. You can charge more if you are the type of notary that will actually go to the person, but with cheaper prices, plenty of people will still pay to come to you.

Proofreading

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Unlike blogging or ghostwriting, your time won’t get completely sucked up with proofreading. You can easily fall down the rabbit hole with actually writing for money, but if you are an avid reader with a decent grasp on the English language, less sure writers will pay you for it. Some writers don’t even care about proper grammar, they just want you to make sure it sounds good and is easy to understand.

Flexible Side Hustle as a Transcriber

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We’ve all heard the popular saying, “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” This cliché rings true in many aspects of our lives and for some reason tends to be what we think when it comes to earning our income.

How many different ways of making money do you have? In most cases a person’s 9 to 5 is about all they can vouch for. This is why finding different niches that adhere to your skills is crucial in growing your side hustle business. One of the many jobs that freelancers have taken up from home is in the field of transcribing. This on its own can easily make you $20 – $60 a day in your spare time.

While there are several writing jobs on the internet transcribing has gained some traction over the years as a go-to option for anyone looking to make extra money on the side. There are currently several website that offer online job applications to see if you qualify on the spot. These websites give you some tests and typically send an email out within a day or two to inform you on whether or not you’ve been hired to transcribe for them.

Transcribing for beginners may or may not prove to be difficult for some. There are a number of variables that can affect how much you earn. Each job, assuming you’re getting transcribing gigs from a company, will require you to implement their practices for transcribing to their clients. Your typing speed is another big part that will depict how quickly you get jobs done. With an average typing speed of 50 wpm you should be able to complete roughly 15 minutes of clean audio within an hours time. However, once you’ve gotten the hang of it your speed will increase and you’ll be able to pull some freelancing work for more money. Some popular sites to get started with for work on transcribing are Rev.com, Scribie.com, as well as Transcribe.com just to name a few.

Once you’ve established a few independent freelancing jobs consistently, this can easily be added as an increase in your financial savings. This in no way should be seen as a get rich quick scheme, but when climbing to the top it’s good to have some skills that you potentially can develop in order to take on new lanes in your financial future.

Why Pokémon GO Lure Modules are Great for Small Businesses

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Since its release, Pokémon GO has taken the world by storm as people of all ages have come together to “catch ’em all.” Pokémon GO is a free mobile gaming app for iOS and Android smartphones that allows players to play the Pokémon games in a whole new way. Thanks to Niantic’s real-world gaming platform, the app uses actual locations for exploring and capturing Pokémon, collecting items at PokéStops, and battling against others at PokéGyms. Not only does this game benefit players by encouraging them to exercise, socialize, and explore their surroundings, it has also greatly benefited small businesses. How? We at Blogging Rubbish are here to tell you why Pokémon GO is great for small businesses.

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If your business happens to be a PokéStop on the game, you have probably noticed people stopping by while on their phones and leaving shortly after. Chances are they are playing Pokémon GO and were just collecting items that PokéStops drop in-game. While that might seem good for business, the real benefit comes when you use an item called a Lure Module. Lure Modules are items that, once activated at a PokéStop, will cause random Pokémon to spawn for those playing the game at your location. One Lure Module lasts for 30 minutes and once it is activated it is sure to attract nearby players as it appears on their game’s map.

Lure Modules can be purchased in-game, and has the option of either buying one Lure Module for 100 PokéCoins or eight Lure Modules for 680 PokéCoins. You can get PokéCoins by purchasing them in-game with the following options:

  • 100 PokéCoins – $0.99
  • 550 PokéCoins – $4.99
  • 1,200 PokéCoins – $9.99
  • 2,500 PokéCoins – $19.99
  • 5,200 PokéCoins – $39.99
  • 14,500 PokéCoins – $99.99

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Let’s say you don’t even have a PokéStop at your business but you would like to get in on some of the benefits. Print up some flyers or bring a sandwich board to your nearest PokéStop that says this “Lure is on us” with your website or business’s name on it. It is simple, cheap, and memorable.

Remember: PokéStops may attract people to stop by, but Lure Modules convince them to stay.

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