People’s priorities vary when it comes to choosing a side hustle. A third (34%) of scammers prioritize flexible gigs, According to an October 2020 DollarSprout survey of 500 people Comes with gigs, while 20% is priority compensation.
But by far the most important thing is to enjoy work, with 42% saying it is their number one priority.
People have different hobbies and passions.If you have a creative flair and want to turn it into Source of income, there is no shortage of platforms to try. For example, if you enjoy making music, consider offering your services on sites like Fiverr or Twitch.
Here are three people who turned their love of music into The hustle and bustle of making money.
Sereda, who only performed under her name, met with record company executives in Los Angeles over the years, hoping to find a representative to start her career as a songwriter. “I came to LA with a dream, but I basically failed,” she told growing up before.
In May 2019, a friend introduced her to the livestreaming platform Twitch, which has been working on video game anchors, and suggested she start livestreaming her songwriting and production process. Her work is very popular. Sereda now has 275,000 followers on her channel.
“It appealed to an audience who loved the magical moment of inspiration when perfect melody collided with perfect instrumental music,” she said.
Twitch enables users to monetize their channels in many ways, including paid subscriptions and sponsorships. As of September 2021, Sereda’s streaming hours and loyal fan base have helped her earn as much as $4,500 a month.
Nick Ortega, 26, has been playing music since he was a child. He took piano lessons for 10 years and learned to use music production software in high school. In college, he formed the synth-pop duo PRXZM, which began touring immediately after graduating in 2017.
Ortega had just moved to Los Angeles in February 2020 when the pandemic hit. He created a Fiverr profile in 2019 and took part in a few production gigs, but with live performances (the main source of income) ceased, he decided to perfect his Fiverr profile. He hopes to use it to make up for lost tour funding.
“From there,” he told growing up before“Orders really started to roll in.”
Over the past few years, Ortega has been able to produce music for DJs and YouTubers, as well as companies like Hermes. In total, as of March 2022, he has earned nearly $200,000 from the site.
Michael Burton, 37, has always been a rapper. “I actually got knocked out of the basketball team in 10th grade,” native Texan tell growth before“And I only had one semester to do nothing. So my cousin and I were like, do you want to try rap?”
Burton has been rapping in various jobs in call centers after high school, college, and college. “It’s still what I do on my off days, my free time, my weekends,” he said. “It never stopped.” But he didn’t know how or if he could make a living out of it.
Burton created a profile on Fiverr in 2015 in an attempt to offer his services as a rapper. It took a few years to figure out how to best serve people’s various needs, but by 2017 he was making $3,000 a month from the site.
These days, Burton writes bars for a variety of issues, including birthday rap, cheerleading rap, and even rap for the Netflix show “The Dogs of Berlin.” As of March 2022, these various gigs have helped him earn $7,000 to $9,000 a month doing what he loves.
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