Secrets of the Sharing Economy: Unofficial Guide to Using Airbnb, Uber, and More to Earn $1000’s

Secrets of the Sharing Economy: Unofficial Guide to Using Airbnb, Uber, and More to Earn 00’s


Sharing is caring. Sharing makes you money. It’s time to take your slice of the pie. Are you looking to make ends meet? Have you tried to work two, three, or more jobs without making much headway? Experienced entrepreneur Glenn Carter can show you how to earn extra money every month with minimal time and effort. Welcome to the sharing economy. The sharing economy pays out millions of dollars a day to people just like you. By the year 2020, this enterprise will be worth over 0 billion. The time to get involved is now, and it’s easier than you’d think. Secrets of the Sharing Economy goes beyond well-known platforms like ride-sharing company Uber and home-sharing enterprise Airbnb to tell you about over 50 other online platforms you can leverage to turn underused assets into income-producing nest eggs. In this book, you’ll discover:- How to turn free time and a love for animals into a pet sitting side gig- Why people are willing to pay for car sharing while you’re not driving- What you can do with your extra clothes to line your own pockets- How a love for crafting can earn you cash on the side- And much, much more! Glenn Carter is a family man and a full-time employee, but he’s cracked the code to making side income through a variety of sharing economy platforms without letting them take over his life. Take a journey with Glenn to find out more about this new system and how you can implement money-making action plans today. Secrets of the Sharing Economy is a fascinating and informative read that can help you live a more flexible and financially-savvy lifestyle. Whether you need to make an extra hundred dollars a month or run your own full-time business, this book will show you exactly how to capitalize on a thriving trend. Buy the book to join a growing community of money-makers today!

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Ashton Kutcher has added another job to his diverse resumé: travel guide.

Well, virtual travel guide, anyway. The 38-year-old actor has shared his favorite Los Angeles gems on Airbnb’s newly launched “Places” section, which allows locals to curate their town’s hot spots for Airbnb visitors. Kutcher, who spoke at this weekend’s Airbnb Open and was interrupted by a protestor, is one of the first celebs to share his must-visit list. Here are his picks for places to eat, play and score free popcorn in the City of Angels.

Comoncy Beverly Hills
“I love this counter-service place for a quick family breakfast. They serve Equator coffee, by far the best cup in town. Get the avocado toast—olive bread with avocado and two poached eggs on top.”

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Travel Town Museum
“This is a great museum in Griffith Park where you can take the kids to check out old steam trains, go on a train ride, and explore LA’s past. And it’s free—you just pay if you want to ride the train.”

Skirball Center
“Inside this cultural center, there’s a room-sized Noah’s Ark where kids can load handmade wooden animals and climb through rope tunnels. It’s a perfect fun house, with activities, music, and stories.”

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Santa Monica Pier Aquarium
“This is a little hidden gem. It’s nothing fancy but is a good 30 minutes of entertainment—kids can touch the starfish and sea urchins. And every species is from Santa Monica Bay.”

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
“Activities for kids and amazing art and culture for everyone—they have classes and even a special gallery for children and families. Anyone under 18 can become a member for free.”

 

Lake Hollywood Reservoir
“A super simple hike that’s flat and easy for everyone but still gives you a cool view of the Hollywood sign and Mulholland Dam.”

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Sweet Rose Creamery Brentwood
“They have awesome seasonal flavors that are always changing, and they use quality ingredients. They have a nice contained patio, too.”

 

iPic Theaters Westwood
“Take in a movie and dinner in one fell swoop with kid-friendly food, easy service, and adult beverages. It’s worth it to get the premium plus seats — they’re comfy and you get free popcorn.”

Rocket Fizz Westwood
“Kids love a great candy store, and so do I. Here, you can get your sugar high with all the variety in the world. They have a lot of entertaining gag gifts to keep you busy, too.”

Kutcher, who is an investor in the tech company, also admitted over the weekend that he lived in Airbnbs for a year after his divorce from ex-wife Demi Moore. Although he’s no longer house-hopping, he’s still passionate about expanding the hospitality brand’s growing list of features, including “Places,” “Experiences,” and further down the line, “Services,” and “Flights.”


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