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News, ideas, resources, interviews, stories from the field, scams to beware of, and more. It's a fun lifestyle show, not just a how-to. Sidegig is a great companion to anyone who loves working on side projects but wants a fun and entertaining show to keep them motivated and informed about ways they can do more to supplement their income.

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Sidegig Returns!

Sidegig Returns!

2019-07-2601:33

Remember this podcast, featuring Preston Lee, Ryan Robinson, and Ian Paget? I'm Brandon Hull, host of Freelance to Founder, and I'm launching it in August. I've had a lot of success with my own side projects over the years, from building content sites to web design to, yes, even podcasts. I'm really excited about several new things I have planned for the show: including 'sidegig' ideas, growth tactics, partnership strategies, tools, and most of all, conversations. We'll feature regular correspondents checking in on the status of their side projects — their wins, their setbacks, and their fun stories. Check us out at sidegigshow.com or subscribe through your favorite podcast player. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
We're excited to announce our partnership with 'House of Who' to bring you a brand new podcast called ArtistCEO - a podcast by women, about women in business... ArtistCEO is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs and anyone trying to make business and art live in harmony. Host Kerri Lowe documents Shannon's journey as she attempts to integrate her two selves (her "artist" self and her "professional" self) in order to become one self - an ArtistCEO. Listen in to enter the mind of a newly-minted CEO doing business sans MBA...but with a background in performance art and Zen Buddhist philosophy. Learn more & sign up for weekly ArtistCEO experiment reports: http://www.helloartistceo.com Co-produced by House of Who, Inc (http://www.houseofwho.com) and Millo (http://www.millo.co). This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this final and very special bonus episode of Season 3, we are joined by Sidegig listener, Sandra - who’s a design professional working full-time while working her way towards growing her side-hustle. We ask all the right questions to ensure you, the listeners, are able to take in real actionable tips and advice along with insights from Sandra's journey into side-hustling. Thank you for listening to Sidegig this season. We'll catch you again in Season 4. Stay tuned and subscribe for show updates at http://sidegigshow.com. Sidegig is a production of Millo. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Also, check out The Side Hustle Project (https://www.ryrob.com/podcast/) We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
With millions of resources and tips to "help" start and grow an email list for your side-hustle, how do you know which ones will actually work and have the potential to generate some serious income for your business? But before all that, you need to hustle your way into building and maintaining an email list. In today’s episode, Preston, Ian and Ryan brainstorm actionable strategies and ideas to help you get started. Subscribe for show updates at http://sidegigshow.com. Sidegig is a production of Millo. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Also, check out The Side Hustle Project (https://www.ryrob.com/podcast/) Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
As a business owner, a good pitch can propel your business to the new level. But how do you compel potential sponsors to listen? After all, you’ve got one chance to make or break. In today’s episode, we discuss the do’s and don’ts for cold-pitching potential partners. Subscribe for show updates at http://sidegigshow.com. Sidegig is a production of Millo. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Also, check out The Side Hustle Project (https://www.ryrob.com/podcast/) Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In this episode, we dive deep into how Ian Paget ranks #1 in Google for client-driving keywords + some of his top SEO tips to building and gaining credibility for your freelance business. Resources / Tools mentioned in the episode: Ahrefs (https://ahrefs.com/) Google Keywords Planner (https://ads.google.com/home/tools/keyword-planner/) Subscribe for show updates at http://sidegigshow.com. Sidegig is a production of Millo. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Also, check out Ian's The Side Hustle Project (https://www.ryrob.com/podcast/) Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
If you’ve ever wondered how some freelancers get hired by big companies or if you’re having a hard time formulating a strategy to finding clients and knowing exactly what they want - then this episode is for you. Ryan, Ian and Preston also discuss the pros and cons of email automation vs manual outreach and share their tips to following up the right way. Resources / Tools mentioned in the episode: LinkedIn Sales Navigator (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/linkedin-sales-navigator/hihakjfhbmlmjdnnhegiciffjplmdhin?hl=en) Hunter.io (https://hunter.io/) Reply.io (http://millo.co/reply) Bonsai (http://millo.co/bonsai) Also, check out Ian's The Side Hustle Project (https://www.ryrob.com/podcast/) Subscribe for show updates at http://sidegigshow.com. Sidegig is a production of Millo. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Finding the confidence to negotiate competitive rates is something many freelancers struggle with. And it’s no fun handling clients who lowball you freelance rates.  How can you avoid charging too little (or even too much) for your services? What are the best way to raise your rates without losing clients (and even increase your clients)? Ryan, Ian and Preston discuss what to keep in mind to become more comfortable charging what you're really worth as a freelancer + a lot more in today's episode.  Subscribe for show updates at http://sidegigshow.com. A special thanks to our sponsors www.get.tech (https://go.tech/sidegig) and use code MILLO to get 90% off on 1 and 5 year domains. Also, check out Ian's The Side Hustle Project (https://www.ryrob.com/podcast/) Sidegig is a production of Millo. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Working a side-hustle with your full-time job is no easy task. But if done right, it’s like getting the best of both worlds. A predictable income along with the autonomy. We've got news for you; one of us has taken a 9 to 5 job (again) and it’s one of the first things we dive deep into this season. We're back with a jam-packed Season 3 of 'Sidegig', Millo's podcast for side-hustlers. Join Ryan, Ian, and Preston this season as they answer some of your top questions about running a sustainable and thriving side-hustle. Subscribe for show updates at http://sidegigshow.com. A special thanks to our sponsors asklorem.com (https://www.asklorem.com/?c=5b71e91d42d8af10fa3492a3&utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=acq_display&utm_campaign=ww&utm_term=sidegigs&utm_content=shownotes) . Enter promo code Sidegigs10 and save 10% on your first project. Also, check out Ian's The Side Hustle Project (https://www.ryrob.com/podcast/) Sidegig is a production of Millo. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
We're back with a jam-packed Season 3 of 'Sidegig', Millo's podcast for side-hustlers. Join Ryan, Ian, and Preston this season as they answer some of your top questions about running a sustainable and thriving side-hustle. Subscribe for show updates at http://sidegigshow.com. Sidegig is a production of Millo. You can learn more about us and listen to our other podcasts at https://millo.co/podcasts This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
From the company that brings you 'Sidegig' comes an all-new weekly podcast called 'My Freelance Life.' The show tells the story of Andy, a desk-jobber-turned-full-time-freelancer. In this quick episode, you'll hear the trailer for the all-new show. Learn more at http://freelancelifepodcast.com or by searching "My Freelance Life" in your favorite podcast player. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
What if you’ve been building your side-business for a while now and you’re just not seeing the traction you had hoped for? Should you throw in the towel? Quit? Give up? That’s the discussion we get into today—and it’s an eye-opening conversation for anyone who feels like they’re stuck in a rut with their business. Full shownotes for this episode are found at http://sidegigshow.com/2.8 A special thanks to our season sponsor: FindSideGigs (http://sidegigshow.com/find) , a free lead-generation tool for freelancers and side-hustlers. You can sign up for their free weekly gig list by visiting http://SideGigShow.com/find. Once you enter your email, they'll send you loads of fresh new side-hustle gigs every week. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
On today’s episode, we ask a really tough question: when is the right moment to take your side-hustle full-time? While not everyone with a side-hustle aspires to quit their day job, plenty of people can’t wait until that perfect moment to give their 2-week notice and start working for themselves. The only problem: identifying that perfect moment. Today’s conversation with the guys should help—we explore a few important considerations you should think through before up-and-quitting. Plus a few signs you’ve been waiting too long to start working for yourself. It’s one of our most interesting conversations yet and we're sure you’re going to love it. More shownotes are found at http://sidegigshow.com/2.7 A special thanks to our season sponsor: FindSideGigs (http://sidegigshow.com/find) , a free lead-generation tool for freelancers and side-hustlers. You can sign up for their free weekly gig list by visiting http://SideGigShow.com/find. Once you enter your email, they'll send you loads of fresh new side-hustle gigs every week. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
When you’re basically working two jobs—hustling on your side-business and working at a day job—it can be really easy to burnout. That’s why today’s episode of SideGig is all about identifying, avoiding, and overcoming burnout when building your side-hustle. Show notes for this episode are found at http://sidegigshow.com/2.5 A special thanks to our season sponsor: FindSideGigs (http://sidegigshow.com/find) , a free lead-generation tool for freelancers and side-hustlers. You can sign up for their free weekly gig list by visiting http://SideGigShow.com/find. Once you enter your email, they'll send you loads of fresh new side-hustle gigs every week. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Building a successful side-business is no easy task. And it can be even more difficult when you feel like you’re all alone in your journey toward entrepreneurship. That’s why on today’s episode the three of us brainstorm a list of 12 entrepreneurs who have inspired, motivated, and helped us as we’ve built our own successful side-businesses and turned them into full-time gigs. The list includes small business builders, massive entrepreneurial visionaries and everyone in-between. Some you’ll know, and some you’ll wish you had heard of a long time ago. But regardless of where you’re at in your side-hustle journey, this list is a great starting point for building a list of people (and their books, videos, podcasts, and blogs) who can inspire, guide, and motivate you on your side-hustle journey. Show notes for this episode are found at http://sidegigshow.com/2.5 A special thanks to our season sponsor: FindSideGigs (http://sidegigshow.com/find) , a free lead-generation tool for freelancers and side-hustlers. You can sign up for their free weekly gig list by visiting http://SideGigShow.com/find. Once you enter your email, they'll send you loads of fresh new side-hustle gigs every week. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Building a side-hustle is not easy. It's filled with a whole set of unique challenges including how to balance 2 jobs (your day job + your sidegig) with your personal life, when and how to talk to your boss about your sidegig, how to avoid burnout, and loads more. We address them all in today's extremely honest episode. Show notes for this episode are found at http://sidegigshow.com/2.4 A special thanks to our season sponsor: FindSideGigs (http://sidegigshow.com/find) , a free lead-generation tool for freelancers and side-hustlers. You can sign up for their free weekly gig list by visiting http://SideGigShow.com/find. Once you enter your email, they'll send you loads of fresh new side-hustle gigs every week. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148) to give us an honest rating and review. We'll love your forever. One last thing: we're taking a short break for the holidays and we'll be back in January with the second half of this season. To you and yours, may you enjoy the end-of-the-year celebrations. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
With millions of resources and tools to "help" you grow a business, how do you know which ones will actually be worth the time to set up or the money you pay each month? Today's episode will help you get started on the right foot. Full show notes (including links to all 31+ tools mentioned in today's episode) are found at http://sidegigshow.com/2.3 PS: If you decide to give any of these tools a try, consider using our affiliate links ( found in the show notes (http://sidegigshow.com/2.3) )—affiliate revenue helps support the work we do at Millo. Thanks in advance! A special thanks to our season sponsor: FindSideGigs, a free lead-generation tool for freelancers and side-hustlers. You can sign up for their free weekly gig list by visiting http://SideGigShow.com/find. Once you enter your email, they'll send you loads of fresh new side-hustle gigs every week. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts. Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here (http://sidegigshow.com/rate) to give us an honest rating and review. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
If you think the first steps to starting your side-business include building a website, printing business cards, or getting a shiny new logo, we've got news for you—you're dead wrong. We explain why in today's episode. Full show notes for this episode are found at http://sidegigshow.com/2.2 A special thanks to our season sponsor: http://SideGigShow.com/find (http://SideGigShow.com/find) . Once you enter your email, they'll send you loads of fresh new side-hustle gigs every week. You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://millo.co/podcasts (http://millo.co/podcasts) . Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here to give us an honest rating and review (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148?mt=2) . This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
We're back with an all-new season of 'Sidegig' and today we catch up after a long break between seasons PLUS we share some of our top tips for places you can actually get work done on your side-hustle. Full show notes for this episode are found at http://sidegigshow.com/2.1 A special thanks to our season sponsor: http://SideGigShow.com/find (http://SideGigShow.com/find) . Once you enter your email, they'll send you loads of fresh new side-hustle gigs every week. To hear Ryan's new podcast click here (https://logogeek.uk/podcast/) . You can also listen to all previous episodes of Sidegig at http://sidegigshow.com or any of Millo's podcasts at http://millo.co/podcasts Thanks for listening! We'd love your honest feedback on iTunes. Click here to give us an honest rating and review (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sidegig/id1240408148?mt=2) . This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
In the final episode of season 1, we answer the question: should you tell your boss you have a side-business? And the real answers we give might just surprise you. Episodes, show notes, and more at http://sidegigshow.com. Support this season's sponsor at http://freshbooks.com/sidegig Subscribe to the Millo newsletter at http://millo.co/newsletter This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
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Sean Jamshidi

Great show. keep it longer.

Nov 22nd
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