Three new side hustles
Among the three new side hustles SideHusl.com reviewed this week is a potentially great summer job for teens.
Oppizi is a marketing application that pays freelancers to hand out fliers in three-hour blocks to advertise a variety of gig services.
Expected pay: $23 an hour, plus parking and possible commissions
iWriter is a content mill that has high standards and low pay, enlisting freelancers to write for less than a penny a word.
Expected pay: less than 1 cent per word
StaffMeUp is a job board for the film and television industry that allows both employers and job seekers to post and search for free
Expected pay: At least minimum wage
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Writers worry about how to compete with ChatGPT because this tool can write a coherent 250 word blog post in a matter of minutes — for free.
Weird and wonderful side hustles
These sites offer weird and wonderful side hustles — sometimes for just a limited time; sometimes as a matter of course.
Make money with your voice
Want to make money with your voice? No matter whether your voice is soft and silky, melodious, or simply distinctive, you may be able to make money doing voice overs.
Voices is a marketplace where voiceover artists can post a profile and samples of their work to get connected with potential clients.
Expected pay: You set it
Mandy Network connects t.v. and film creatives — actors, production assts., etc — with producers and casting agents
Expected pay: varies widely