When picking a side hustle, people’s priorities vary. One third, 34%, of hustlers prioritize a gig with a flexible schedule, according to an October 2020 DollarSprout survey of 500 people with side gigs, while 20% prioritize compensation.
But by far what matters most is enjoying the work, which 42% say is their No. 1 priority.
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People’s hobbies and passions vary. If you have a creative flair and are looking to turn it into an income stream, there is no shortage of platforms to try. If you love making music, for example, consider offering your services on sites like Fiverr or Twitch.
Here are three people who’ve turned their love of making music into moneymaking hustles.
Sereda has made $4,500/month streaming on Twitch
Sereda, who performs under her first name alone, spent years meeting with label executives in Los Angeles hoping to find representation to jump start her career as a songwriter. “I came to L.A. with a dream, and I basically failed,” she previously told Grow.
In May 2019, a friend told her about livestreaming platform Twitch, historically dedicated to video game streamers, and suggested she start livestreaming her songwriting and producing process. Her work was a hit. Sereda now boasts 275,000 followers on her channel.
“It’s drawn an audience of people who love that magical eureka moment when the perfect melody hits the perfect instrumental,” she said.
Twitch enables users to monetize their channels in multiple ways, including paid subscriptions and sponsorships. As of September 2021, Sereda’s hours of streaming and devoted fanbase helped her bring in as much as $4,500 per month.
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