Side-Hustle Ideas for Out of Work Dancers

A post from one of my other sites Welcome to the Dance. This post is not just for dancers, and shares ideas for making money online.

Welcome To The Dance

Hello dancers! If you are temporarily not working or working less, I feel you, and so I want to share a few ideas that I have used to make some extra money from home. I have done all these before, and while they are not meant to be a full-time dance income replacement, they may help to supplement you whatever your current situation may be like.

Resell Your Dance Clothing on Poshmark

If you have got any dance practice wear or costumes you won’t wear again, consider listing it on a resell app like Poshmark. I have used Poshmark for both buying and selling and have even found dance shoes for a great price. Poshmark was intended to be used to sell luxury and designer items too, so they have an authentication process available if you would like to list higher priced items such as ballroom competition gowns. For a…

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Posh Affiliate doesn’t Pay Real Cash anymore

My first campaign I actually made money, not app credit. The incentive now is app credit. Now, I totally get that influencer marketing doesn’t always result in actual monetary pay, but Poshmark should have announced the change.

I did notice it when I signed the agreement for the new campaign, but there were a lot of resellers who saw this as a new stream of potential income. Now any credit will need to be converted to new inventory on Poshmark first. 

I don’t think I’ll be putting as much effort into advertising for a company that doesn’t pay, but if you are looking for a way to earn more credit for in-app purchases, Poshmark campaigns may still work for you.


Join me on @poshmarkapp to buy and sell fashion. Sign up using my shop name ARCHAEO_CHIC to get $10 off your first order. https://posh.mk/hxR1O1eeFW

What Should I Sell Online? Tips for Choosing your Niche

Do you want to sell stuff online, but can’t figure out what you want to sell? You are not alone. In fact, this is one of the first questions many people ask themselves when starting an online sales business, and this is a good thing! There is nothing wrong with an open mind at the start, but it can also be frustrating to take action without that known direction. Here are a few ideas that may help to inspire you in finding your sales niche.

Sell what you have

Look around and find those things that you want to part with. Anything you are not using and is still in good condition is likely sellable on some platform. Consider listing your clothing, shoes, and jewelry on Poshmark and non-fashion items on Mercari.

Start with your style

When you are first starting out, you may make some poor investments. If you start sourcing things that you like and fit you well, at the very least, you will have some things you can wear before donating.

Sell your hobby 

Are you into a certain type of hats or jewelry? Focus on those items that make you happy. You are much more likely to stay motivated when you have a personal interest in what you sell.

I also think it is beneficial to spend some time browsing potential sourcing spots BEFORE you commit to buying anything. Do not rush into investing in products for the sake of excitement. You will make more money in the long run if you learn how to do research comparisons and market your listings early on.