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How to Make Money as a Hospitality Expert on Dayslice

How to Make Money as a Hospitality Expert on Dayslice

Dayslice is a platform for services entrepreneurs to monetize their expertise and time. If you work in hospitality, chances are you've run into some scenarios where you could pick up some extra income by offering your services at private or special events.

Whether it's bartending, event planning, cooking or managing, here are 6 types of offerings in the hospitality niche that you can use on Dayslice to earn extra income:

Event Planning Workshop šŸ’”

šŸ’µ $150 šŸ’» 2 hrs

People will book a workshop with you to get help with planning a specific event that they have in mind.

DJ & Vibe Curation šŸ“„

šŸ’µ $250 šŸ’» 1 hr

Curating the vibes for an event is an important task to bring the event to life. People will book you for this service on a specific date/time.

Meal Prep Service šŸ”Ž

šŸ’µ $300 šŸ’» 1.5 hrs

People will book this service to have custom meals delivered or available for pickup. They can leave dietary notes when booking.

Catering Team-Building šŸ“Š

šŸ’µ $200 šŸ’» 2 hrs

Restaurants and entrepreneurs often need help getting their teams to operate more efficiently. They'll book you to help get their team in the right mind state to be more successful.

On-Location Bartending šŸ‘‹

šŸ’µ $100 šŸ’» 2 hrs

Whether it's a full-scale event or a private party, on-location bartending services are in-demand, and people can book you for this service.

1:1 Level-Up Coaching šŸ¤

šŸ’µ $100 šŸ’» 1 hr

Sometimes people in hospitality industry want to level up or open up their job opportunities. They'll book this session with you to get coaching in a specific area!

Try creating some of these events on your Dayslice page 

How to make money as a Hospitality Expert on Dayslice

Key Mindset Shift: Your follower count doesn't matter - it's all about the client count. Figure out what your ideal number of clients is, and focus on that. Keep your marketing tied to your business objectives, not vanity metrics like followers.

The Community-Based Approach

Communities are the most effective way to build or grow anything in today's world, and I don't mean your own digital space to spam your content. A community fosters connections between members, otherwise you're just building an audience.

An helpful Dayslice visualization of Community vs Audience

Communities are united around Niche Interests, Trending Topics, Specific Problems, or Identities. Read more about these 4 in our blog post about how to figure out which one applies to your community.

BONUS: 12 Ways to Provide Value to Your Community

3 Zero-Cost Growth Strategies for Solopreneurs

Nobody wants to use ads to grow their business if they don't have to. Word-of-mouth and referrals cost zero dollars but will net you the highest-value customers anyways, better than paid channels. Here's 3 other zero-cost strategies you can use:

  • Join relevant slack communities, subreddits, or Facebook Groups.
  • Generate Evergreen SEO Content.
  • Find your top social media channel and really invest some time into it.

Read more about these tactics in our 3 Ways to Make More Money With Your Side Hustle Without Spending a Dollar blog post.

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