Uber Eats Alternative - Here is A Safer Way to Earn Income
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Uber and Doordash deliveries can earn part-time or full-time income but...

LOS ANGELES - Californer -- Let's face it, not being cooped up in an office, or working with a boss you hate, is a big advantage for rideshare and delivery drivers.

Delivering for UberEats or Doordash is an easy and convenient way to make some extra spending money in your spare time. Or, in some cases, even go full-time.

But recent violence aimed at drivers is causing some of them to consider other options for income.

There are other downsides to this type of work:

- Waiting around in restaurants.
- Slow days.
- Bad weather days.
- Days without getting tips (which really impacts your income).
- Wear and tear on your vehicle.
- Poor customer support.

You are reading these words online.

But have you ever considered using the internet to create additional income?

You may have tried some online venture in the past that didn't pan out. And, unfortunately, this may have turned you sour to trying anything else.

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But there are options that will allow you to significantly reduce your driving time.

One such option is a service that most people need but feel costs too much money.

That service is online advertising.

Expensive sites like YouTube, Facebook, and even social media platforms like Instagram are out of reach for many new business owners.

According to the US Business Formation Statistics (BFS):

In 2010, the number of new business applications came in at 2.50 million. But as new business statistics show, in 2020, 4.35 million applications were submitted.

That's 74 percent more! It is also a 24.19 percent increase from 2019 and the biggest increase of the past decade by a mile.

These new business owners need a way to promote.

You can help them and earn an amazing part-time income in the process.

Watch this short 7-minute video that explains how it works:



Source: YourHappyClients.Com
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