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Go Look At Stuff – Make Money Being Someone Else’s Eyes!

  Here at the Casual Capitalist we’re always on the lookout for income opportunities in the sharing economy. Today we are going to bring to you four special opportunities to make money looking at stuff, starting with WeGoLook. Although the platforms below fall into the tasking category of the sharing economy, they are unique. All […]

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WeGoLook: The Secrets to Amazing Part-Time Sharing Economy Jobs

The following article appeared on the WeGoLook blog in May 2016 as a two-part series. You can find the original posts here and here. Enjoy! Hey everyone! My name is Glenn Carter, founder of the Casual Capitalist, and sharing economy enthusiast. Today, I want to give the good folks at WeGoLook a break from writing to […]

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Take The Quiz! Which Sharing Economy Platform Will Make Me Money?

Here at the Casual Capitalist we are constantly developing resources designed to help others make money. As part of our push to get others involved in the sharing economy, we have come across one significant barrier. People don’t know where to start. There are well over 100 established sharing economy platforms. Which ones are best […]

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Part-Time Delivery: How To Make $1000 A Month Delivering Stuff

There are many delivery platforms in the new sharing economy space. Good news for you: there’s a lot to choose from. Today we are going to talk about how to make money delivering goods. The delivery market in the U.S. is valued at over $70 billion. Specific to food delivery, Americans spend approximately $9 billion a […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Quit Your Day Job to Start Making Money Online

“Becoming an entrepreneur? Don’t quit your day job, but fake the immediacy” – Glenn Carter, just now. “Glenn, should I quit my day job?” This is a question I get a lot.   Want to know a secret? Being employed by “the man” and pursuing entrepreneurship are not mutually exclusive. Shhh…Don’t tell anyone. This seems […]

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