Growing your side hustle takes a lot of work, dedication, and time. But honestly, a lot of that time is spent on stuff that, while important, is not very glamorous. …
For a hustle to really take off, you need either a lot of dumb luck or an effective marketing strategy.
Sure, you might have the best thing since sliced bread in your hands, but if nobody hears about it, who’s going to buy it?
If you are like me when I started, you might have a limited budget, and marketing can cost a lot. Luckily for us, there are a lot of great marketing channels out there that either won’t cost you much or are entirely free!
But cheap or free don’t come without downsides. I’ve tried pretty much every channel out there, and while you can achieve a lot of success, your mileage may vary. In order to get the most out of these channels, you have to put in the work.
Inside this newsletter we’ve brought you the research so you can choose the cheap marketing channel that fits your hustle best.
One of the key differences that I see between a regular side hustle and a successful one is branding.
A lot of people only see their hustle as a way to make money on the side, and don’t really pay a lot of attention to the details. But that’s what keeps these projects from growing into the powerhouses they could be.
Sure, a side hustle is only a way to make money at first, but you need to think beyond that. You need to build a brand.
When I first started this project, I quickly learned that the way I presented myself, and my product, was crucial to its success. It wasn’t just about showing people what I could do, but also who I was.
And in this newsletter, I’ll teach you how to build a brand of your own.