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Don't believe it's never too late to start your side hustle?
If you have an idea for a side hustle that you’d like to pursue, there’s no better time to start than right now.
Despite what other ageist things people may tell you, you can continue to learn, grow, and get out of your comfort zone at any age. Let’s take a look at a few steps you can take now towards building your own side hustle.
Start off by defining what you’d like to achieve. What is the ultimate dream for your side hustle? Would you like it to become your main source of income? Would you like to be a household name? Think carefully about this and write it down. Make this a vision that you hold in your mind.
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Knowing your target audience will help you to effectively build a brand for your business. You need to figure out how old your audience are, where you can find them online, what issues they are facing, and as much about them as possible. You’ll then have a good idea of how and where to reach them, and they will be more likely to show interest in your business.
If you have limiting beliefs (most of us do), it’s time to overcome them now. What’s stopping you from taking the leap?
Building a buzz around your side hustle can start before you’ve even launched a service or product. Build social media pages, spread the word, and even invest in marketing. PPC can get almost instantaneous results - check out the infographic below.
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