CLOSING TIME I wanted to make more money but didn’t want to start a business – one side hustle made me $1k in one day
STARTING a side hustle can be intimidating for those who don’t want to take on the job of owning a business but it earned one influencer $1,000 in a day.
While being your own boss is the goal for most people who start picking up these jobs, it can be extremely tough.
Building websites and posting on social media to promote your brand is often time-consuming if you’re starting from scratch.
Luckily, there are tons of options out there for people to join well-established businesses and still work on their own schedules.
TikToker Alice Liu often shares tips on how to start side hustles and learn the skills needed.
On her page, alice_liuuu, she explained what remote closing is and how people can get involved.
Alice said this position can pay up to $120,000 a year.
Talk it out
Remote closing does require you to talk on the phone with people, so make sure that’s something you’re comfortable with.
Alice explained how you would take sales calls for a company to speak with customers, give them any information they need, and most importantly, help them make the final purchase.
Whenever you close a deal you’ll get a percentage of it.
Alice said in one day after closing two deals for a social media marketing agency she made $1,000.
The commission can range from anywhere between $1,000 to $30,000 depending on the company.
One of the major benefits is that the agency or company you’re working with will give you clients, so you don’t have to look for them yourself.
You can do this from the comfort of your own home and on your own schedule.
Alice did say this isn’t a “get rich quick scheme,” but only three months of working on it could provide benefits that will last you your entire life.
Similar side hustles
Being the middle man is an extremely popular side hustle, and it can be done in a seemingly infinite amount of ways.
YouTuber Joshua Mayo explained a lucrative side hustle that involves finding broken-down houses that someone else may be interested in flipping.
“A real estate bird dog is someone who looks for investment properties either by searching for them online or just by walking or driving through neighborhoods,” Mayo said in a video.
Basically, this side hustle entails finding broken-down houses that investors could revamp and sell for a big profit.
“They then present these deals to real estate investors, who will then present them with a flat fee or a percentage from the deal,” the side hustler said.
Mayo claimed that most investors will pay an average of $500 to $1,000 per deal.
“It’s also worth mentioning you do not need a real estate license, and you don’t need any money to start doing this,” he said.
Joshua said he uses the internet to find the homes, but he also suggested driving around to look for them too.
As always, remember that any extra earnings are taxable and must typically be reported to the IRS.
If you forget to prepare for it, you may be hit with a hefty tax bill.
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