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    Chances are you’ve probably seen car wrap advertisements around your city – these advertising opportunities are lucrative for drivers and make a ton of sense for companies, since rideshare drivers drive everywhere. In this episode, I chat with the CEO of Wrapify, James Heller, about the car wrap industry, earnings opportunities for drivers and more.

    Intro to James Heller

    • CEO and Founder of Wrapify
    • Connects brands to drivers
    • Self-funded the startup
    • Now has raised $10.6M, live nationwide

    Growth of Wrapify Over the Years

    • Drivers side and brand side
    • “Outdoor advertising” space
    • Billboards are most prominent
    • Attribution comes from geo-spatial data

    What is Wrapify?

    • If you’re a rideshare driver, download the Wrapify app
    • If you drive ~50 miles, on average, Wrapify may be able to match you to campaigns
    • If/when a campaign is available in your area, you’ll get an alert on the app
    • Drivers can make hundreds of dollars, depending on the campaigns offered

    Average Campaign Duration

    • You make more the more you drive
    • Campaigns last around 4-12 weeks
    • Brands can extend campaigns
    • Might be surprised to know campaigns aren’t just in major cities – everywhere!

    What Makes Wrapify Unique?

    • Passive income!
    • Drivers don’t have to do additional tasks in order to get paid
    • Harry had his car wrapped by Wrapify!
    • Wrapping process is quick and doesn’t damage the vehicle

    Future for Wrapify

    • Make sure to keep your Wrapify app updated!
    • New brands coming online soon

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    Harry Campbell

    Harry Campbell

    I'm Harry, the owner and founder of The Rideshare Guy Blog and Podcast. I used to be a full-time engineer but now I'm a rideshare blogger! I write about my experience driving for Uber, Lyft, and other services and my goal is to help drivers earn more money by working smarter, not harder.