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
Hey, what’s happening Rideshare warriors? On this particular Uber Driver Training post, it’s a very special occasion so I wanted to go ahead and get it out there this week. This can serve as a guide post and I’d love to hear your thoughts on this as well for what to do when there are long holidays like this week here in Atlanta, Georgia.
In this post, we’re going to talk about “chasing the surge”, or chasing Uber surge rates. If you’re an Uber driver or thinking about becoming a Uber driver, you really need to know what Uber surge rates are. If your new or considering becoming an Uber driver, I’ll explain what this is and why it’s important.
How Does Uber Surge Work For Drivers?
Today, I am going to share with you, my fellow Uber Drivers, one of my secret weapons. I call this my birthday present because I found out about this … Well, I didn’t find out about it the day of my birthday but the day after my birthday.
It has made a dramatic difference in my income, and that secret weapon is networking with other Uber Drivers.
I’m going to give you two really, really, really good jewels here to increase your Uber driver earnings. Now what you do with these jewels, it’s totally up to you.
In this post, I wanted to talk to you guys about Uber Boost. If you want to make money driving, you should take advantage of Boost. Sometimes Uber will artificially create what’s called a surge. If you’ve seen some of my other videos, we talk about surge.
How To Win With Uber Boost
If you don’t know what surging is, it is when there’s a high demand for rides in an area where there is a low supply of drivers. What happens is there’s a multiplier shown on the Uber map. The multiplier may be 1.5 times the normal rate or it could be 3.0 times the normal rate. I’ve even seen it up as high as 7. In some places, I’ve heard about it being 10 times the normal rate!