15 Side Hustles That Will Make You Money In 2018


Have you ever thought about starting a side hustle that can pay your bills? Well, today is your lucky day. Here are 15 Side Hustles that will help you get some extra cash in your pockets. According to Forbes , Many of the most successful startups started as a side hustle, a project that their founders worked on in their spare time. Even if your side hustle doesn't achieve runaway success, it is a valuable experience. After all, a side hustle can be an opportunity to work on a personal passion and expand your network while also bringing in a secondary revenue stream. Here are 15 Side Hustles that will help you get some extra cash in your pockets.

  1. Selling on Amazon. One of the most popular side hustles lately has been Amazon’s FBA program, in which you find bargain deals locally, and ship them off to sell on Amazon.
  2. Selling on eBay. eBay can be a tough, low-margin, competitive environment, but that’s not to say there aren’t any opportunities left to earn extra cash on the world’s largest marketplace.
  3. Selling on EtsyEtsy is the world’s largest marketplace for unique hand-crafted goods. What can you make?
  4. Teaching Online. Udemy is an impressive online education platform where students can connect with teachers from all around the world in any subject. You can create your own course around a topic you’re an expert in and set your own tuition rate.
  5. Affiliate Marketing. Refer website visitors to buy products online and earn a small commission on each sale. This is actually how I’ve made the bulk of my living over the last 10 years, so it definitely works!
  6. Airbnb. If you have extra room in your house, you can earn money renting it out to visitors on Airbnb.com. It’s a pretty cool way to make money and meet interesting people from around the world at the same time.
  7. Becoming an Adjunct Professor. You may need a graduate degree for this one, but it can be a fun way to share your knowledge with the next generation of students and earn some good money on the side — especially if you can teach online or with pre-recorded lectures.
  8.  Blogging. Blogging is difficult to monetize but can be a fun outlet to practice your writing or build an audience around a particular idea.
  9. Bookkeeping / Accounting / Tax Preparation Service. Help other businesses with their accounting and finances. This can be a great option for people with an accounting background from school or from their day job.
  10. Brand Ambassadorship. Big brands are always looking for assistance with their on-the-ground marketing efforts, and pay pretty well for the help.
  11. Cleaning Service. It may not be glamorous, but it’s something nearly every business spends money on and usually gets done in the after-work hours.
  12. Delivery Service. With services like UberEATS you can earn money on your own schedule delivering take-out orders in your town … and you don’t have to worry about keeping your car super clean for passengers.
  13. Dog Walking. Yes, some people are too busy to walk their own dogs. Post flyers in your neighborhood or set up a profile on WagWalking.com.
  14. Dropshipping. Dropshippers set up their own storefront and process sales, but never touch the actual product. Instead, the items are shipped directly to the customer from the manufacturer or wholesaler.
  15. Focus-Grouping. I made $100 an hour at an in-person focus group. Here are some companies that facilitate them near you and online.