A lot of people have a brilliant business idea in mind, but they don't know what the next step to take is. when it comes to getting started, there are three main components you need to think about. 1/ information: what's your unique selling point? 2/ building a platform to reach your clients 3/ capture leads and convert sales these are the three parts of your side hustle stack. let's go into this in more detail now
To get started, the first thing to do is to start building your side hustle stack. What is "the best way" to do that? Well, this really depends on who you are and what your goals are. But here are some general guidelines:
When it comes to getting started, there are three main components you need to think about:
In order to attract clients, you need to be able to stand out from the crowd and show why you're different from other freelancers doing what you do. One way of doing this is by defining your unique selling points (USP). This means finding out what makes you special in comparison with other freelancers who offer similar services or products as yours. For example, if you're a web designer looking for clients, it might be helpful to know that 99% of all web designers use Wordpress as their CMS platform. So how do they differentiate themselves from other Wordpress users? They might have more experience due to having worked on larger projects over time or because they've built custom plugins or themes before starting a business around their skillset; they may also specialize in certain niches such as eCommerce sites or blogging platforms like Medium; some people choose specific tools they want all their customers' sites built on because those tools are better suited than others at achieving certain goals like search engine optimization (SEO) requirements which could include things such as header tags only being used once per page instead of twice like most themes require today where both headers "h1" and "h2" would be used together unnecessarily just because one wasn't enough!
The next step is building a platform that allows you to reach your clients. This can be Criya that lets you land clients with a high converting funnel, built into your websites or a social media account like Instagram or Facebook. Landing pages built in 5 minutes, scheduling calls with clients, make notes on each client - all built into a single, easy to use CRM is what Criya is built for. As you capture those leads and build an email list of people who want to hear from you, you can then follow up with them with ease sending them your promotions. You could even use Squarespace or Wix if you're not ready for this step yet - to just have a basic website going!
If you choose to go the platform route, here's what I recommend:
The third step is to capture leads and convert sales.
Here’s what you need to do:
Your side hustle stack is composed of 2 parts:
Now, let's go into this in more detail now.
First, you need to think about what your unique selling point is. What makes you different from other people offering the same service?
If you're a freelance writer and want to get started with a writing side hustle, for example, it would be helpful if your audience was made up of businesses who are looking for content writers (i.e., companies who want brochures written). This way, when people search for "writers" on Google or another search engine and see your website at the top of the list, they might be more likely to click through to your site because they assume that you're probably not someone who writes fiction novels or short stories—but rather that their company would benefit from hiring someone like you.
Next thing: what are YOU offering? How can YOU stand out from all these other people claiming they can write a sales page just as well as anyone else? Your answer could be anything! Maybe it's because no one else has ever done this before; maybe it's something unique about how they came up with their ideas; maybe they have access to resources no one else does...the possibilities are endless! Just remember though that whatever advantage/edge/specialty etc., there will always be competitors trying hard enough so don't get discouraged if things aren't going smoothly right away (or ever).
The side hustle stack is a collection of tools that help you get started, and it’s about more than just making money. It’s about building a business that can scale. A side hustle is a way to make extra money on the side and not depend on income from your 9-5 job alone. Many people think they have to give up their day job in order to build wealth through their own business, but this isn’t true! You can use your 9-5 income as the foundation for growing your side hustle into a sustainable full-time business without quitting your day job altogether (yet). When we say “getting clients,” we mean getting quality leads—people who actually want what you offer because they need it in their lives or businesses—not just any old lead, which means going out there and meeting potential clients face-to-face at events and conferences rather than relying solely on social media advertising campaigns or cold calling.
In this post, we've gone over the three major parts of your side hustle stack: 1/ information: what's your unique selling point? 2/ building a platform to reach your clients 3/ capture leads and convert sales The side hustle stack will skyrocket your chances for success!