What is a realistic Uber Drivers Pay? Just like any business where there are independent contractors and the partners get paid based on performance, there is a wide spectrum of income. There will be some drivers who are on the lower end of the spectrum while others earn a much higher than average income doing the same tasks in the same industry. And then there are those who will fall in the middle of the spectrum.Continue reading Uber Drivers Pay: How Much I Earned Over 4 Weeks
Today we are going to talk about the Uber IPO (Initial Public Offering) and the 5 biggest challenges Uber faces as it moves forward as a company.
It’s been over a month since Uber went public. I read this article in the San Francisco Chronicle by Carolyn Said. She had some very, very valid points about Uber going public. So, what now? What happens with Uber now that the company is public? The Uber IPO price drop certainly reflected how investors felt.Continue reading Uber IPO Is Over – 5 Biggest Challenges Uber Faces Going Forward
Yes, it’s true… Uber deactivated me and so did Lyft on the SAME day!
Now before you go into the assumption state of mind thinking I did something wrong, let me just flat out say I was seriously a victim of circumstances.
Here’s how it went down:
In my commitment to bring you more valuable content on this blog (plus I’m paying for hosting every month), I want to share with you this video I did a while ago about the new Uber Surge pricing rate structure as well as a way to generate some additional income with Cargo.
So here’s the deal…It’s ironic that my last post was on January 1, 2018…
I was actually in Biloxi, MS with my girlfriend who had been hospitalized for a little over a week…
I did a few rideshare videos while I was down there but I rarely recorded any once I got back to Georgia because I put family as a higher priority.
Fast forward to May 2019 and here we are!