🧠 Reselling Returned Mattresses
Links I like and Twitter business ideas
Today’s read time: 3 minutes and 15 seconds
What’s up party people! We’re back with another side hustle idea!
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1. Business idea of the Week: Tr
Ordering a foam mattress online is normal these days.
Just click “buy” and a massive box shows up on your doorstep 3 days later.
Once you open the box, the foam mattress expands into its full size, and you’re mattress is ready for sleeping.
But what happens if you need to return the mattress?
It won’t fit back in the box, and you can’t take it back to the store…
That’s where Sharetown comes into play.
Sharetown handles returns for big e-commerce mattress companies like Casper, Purple, Helix, and more.
They do this by hiring local contractors to pick up the returned mattresses.
Once the contractors pick them up, they list and sell them on marketplaces like Facebook and Craigslist, and split the proceeds with Sharetown.
The idea: Become a local contractor for Sharetown.
To do this, all you need is:
A valid driver’s license.
Preferably a large car to move the mattresses.
Somewhere to store the mattresses until they sell.
Will this make you rich? Nope.
But it’s a great opportunity to make a few thousand dollars per month (depending on how many jobs you pick up).
Many users have said they were able to make a few 100 dollars in the first few months, and multiple 1000’s after a few months on the platform.
If you’re willing to do some work, for a guaranteed profit, this could be the perfect side hustle for you.
And that’s a wrap!
2. Links I like.
The sales job no one talks about - The Follow Up
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3. Twitter Business Ideas
I spent an hour scrolling Twitter trying to find business ideas.
Here’s what I found. 👇
Interesting idea in the newsletter space.
Use AI to recreate old newspaper comics and magazines.
I don’t know much about the comic space these days, but if you’re a big cartoon buff, this could be an idea for you.
Manually finding times that work for both people is a pain.
But this is more like a “feature” rather than a full business.
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