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4 Tips to Make Your Side Hustle Into a Business

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So, you\u2019ve ventured past your day job + started a side gig. To help you out, here are four tips on how to turn that side project into a business, sponsored by our friends at FedEx.

So, you’ve ventured past your day job + started a side gig. To help you out, here are four tips on how to turn that side project into a business, sponsored by our friends at FedEx.

TIP 1: EXPAND YOUR AUDIENCE ONLINE:  \u201cOnline marketplaces and social media spaces have been essential to getting my work out to a wider audience.\u201d (Photo via David Flores Photography)

TIP 1: EXPAND YOUR AUDIENCE ONLINE: “Online marketplaces and social media spaces have been essential to getting my work out to a wider audience.” (Photo via David Flores Photography)

“Through this, I am able to share my story, receive feedback and praise that has helped to keep me going.” — Maile Ogasawara, creator of Batsu/Maru. http://bit.ly/2dPYPD7

TIP 2: CONNECT WITH OTHER CREATIVES: \u201cMake sure you get out and stay connected to the outside world.\u201d

TIP 2: CONNECT WITH OTHER CREATIVES: “Make sure you get out and stay connected to the outside world.”

“It's easy to stay isolated, but as often as possible meet other creative people and swap stories; that's what keeps me inspired!” — Mary Phan, creator of Very Mary Inspired http://bit.ly/2dPZft1

TIP 3: MAKE PHOTOGRAPHY A PRIORITY: \u201cSet aside time for photography of every single project \u2014 even if it will be professionally photographed.\u201d (Photo via @designaglow)

TIP 3: MAKE PHOTOGRAPHY A PRIORITY: “Set aside time for photography of every single project — even if it will be professionally photographed.” (Photo via @designaglow)

“Document your work with as much care and consideration as you put into making it.” — Jessica Pezalla, artist, retail display designer and creator of Bramble Workshop. http://bit.ly/2dPZggT

TIP 4: SOCIAL THAT ISH: \u201cSocial media has been the biggest game changer for me and opened me up to so many new ideas and projects.\u201d

TIP 4: SOCIAL THAT ISH: “Social media has been the biggest game changer for me and opened me up to so many new ideas and projects.”

“Some [ideas] that forced me how to learn to make technology work for me and my business.” — Courtney Pilgrim, artist, educator and creator of My Friend Court. http://bit.ly/2dQ0tom

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