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The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#263: How to Turn Email Subscribers Into Raving Fans

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 44:23


How to Turn Email Subscribers Into Raving Fans How to Turn Email Subscribers Into Raving Fans Today on The Blogger Genius Podcast, I'm interviewing email expert, Allea Grummert, on how to turn your email subscribers into your raving fans and evangelists. In the episode, we talk about why creating a welcome series is so powerful at introducing yourself to your audience and sharing the value you provide. It's a great way to set expectations and start building a deeper relationship. We also talk about why you should create a nurture sequence—a short sequence of 5-10 emails where you share your best content and add some personality. In addition, we talk about how there's no better way to sell than through email. So if you're thinking about creating products, this is your best audience of customers. If you are ready to get more intentional about your email strategy, don't miss this episode. Why You Will Like This Episode Find out how to turn your email subscribers into raving fans Understand the difference between a welcome sequence, a nurture sequence, and broadcast emails Find out whether you should add emojis or GIFs in your emails Discover what you should be selling through email Learn best practices on how many emails to send, how many links to include in each one, and how long your emails should be Show Notes: MiloTreeCart Personality Quiz: What Digital Product Should I Create? MiloTree Pop-Up App Join My Blogger Genius Email List Catch My Party Allea Grummert ConvertKit Pinch of Yum Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group MiloTreeCart Affiliate Program All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast: iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Other related Blogger Genius Podcast episodes you'll enjoy: Sell Anything With This Email Sequence with Kate Doster The Best Blog Content Tools You've Never Heard Of with Britt Reber How to Explode Your Email List with an Easy, Fun Email Challenge with Haeley Giambalvo Imagine a World Where You Could Sell Digital Products and Tap into a New Income Stream with Ease… If you are interested in selling paid workshops, digital downloads, memberships, subscriptions, or coaching in under 10 minutes, get MiloTreeCart at our lifetime launch price of $349. Just a one-time payment. MiloTreeCart is built for non-techies. No coding, design, or website needed. If you're a female creator, this is for you! You get fill-in-the-blank sales pages, checkout pages, and payment collection, plus, a dashboard to manage your sales. Also, MiloTreeCart integrates with all major email service providers. And of course, there's a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee. We're only happy when you are! Find out more about MiloTreeCart here!

The Cost of Success Podcast
How Omari Harebin sold $1 million in digital products through affiliate marketing

The Cost of Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 39:45


In this episode, we sit down with Omari Harebin, the founder of Sqspthemes.com - the largest online directory of Squarespace templates. Omari shares his journey to success and how he has sold over $1 million in digital products through affiliate marketing and leveraging YouTube. He offers valuable insights into business growth strategies and provides tips on how to maximize your earning potential as an affiliate. Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting out, this episode is packed with actionable advice and inspiration for your own journey to financial freedom.

Content Cash Machine Podcast
Ep 108: How to Create Digital Products That Sell with Desiree Chin

Content Cash Machine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 32:44


How to Create Digital Products That Sell with Desiree Chin Are you overwhelmed by creating digital products for your business? No worries, you are not alone! Join Danielle in this conversation with special guest Desiree Chin. Desiree takes a deep dive into how you can easily create a digital product that sells to help your business grow. Desiree talks about how you can use a digital product to nurture leads and make money with books, e-books, flyers, and so much more. Desiree Chinn creates white-label digital assets for Credit Repair Organizations that allow their businesses to save time and money while they more easily build and nurture their email lists, educate their social media audience, and earn their investments back through selling digital products. Want to learn more from Desiree Chin on how to create digital products? Visit eleven11mgmt.com and follow Desiree on Facebook @Eleven11Management, LLC. Have podcast topic suggestions? Come find me on follow me on Instagram or email me at danielle@elevatevirtualmarketing.com Ready to connect with other entrepreneurs committed to growing their business and get unique access to my podcast guests over the course of the show? Join the FREE Content Cash Machine Facebook group!

Become a Media Maven
My 20 Favorite Business & Personal Development Books

Become a Media Maven

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 26:06


I love good business and personal development books. After reading so many for years, it's hard to find some that stand out above the rest. So many books are either too generic or all sound the same.These 20 books all stand out to me and are amazing when it comes to life and business. All the books below are linked via my Amazon affiliate link.Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv EkerAtomic Habits by James ClearThe 12 Week Year by Brian P. MoranProfit First by Mike MichalowiczLimitless by Jim KwikHigh-Performance Habits by Brendon BurchardThe Five-Second Rule by Mel RobbinsThe Four-Hour Workweek by Tim FerrissBuilt to Sell by John WarrillowWe Should All be Millionaires by Rachel RodgersI'm a Badass at Making Money by Jen SinceroBuilding a Story Brand by Donald MillerClockwork by Mike MichalowiczPresent Over Perfect by Shauna NiequistThe Four Agreements by Miguel RuizTalk Triggers by Jay BaerCrush It by Gary VaynerchukYear of Yes by Shonda RhimesThe Ride of a Lifetime by Robert IgerHow Starbucks Saved My Life by Michael Gates GilClick here to listen to How to Work on Your Business Instead of In Your Business with Mike MichalowiczClick here to listen to How to Sell Your Small Business to an Industry Giant with John WarrillowJoin Christina's 3-day bootcamp Pitch Publicity Profit: MediaMavenAndMore.com/Publicity If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don't forget to tap that subscribe button. For more, visit MediaMavenAndMore.com/podcast.Follow Christina on social media at: Website: MediaMavenAndMore.com Facebook: https://Facebook.com/MediaMavenAndMore Twitter: https://Twitter.com/ChristinaAllDay Instagram: https://Instagram.com/ChristinaAllDay LinkedIn: https://LinkedIn.com/in/ChristinaAllDay YouTube: https://Youtube.com/c/MediaMavenAndMore TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@christinaallday

Blitz Growth With Jack Paxton
Her Secret Strategy to Selling $250k in Digital Products (via Instagram)

Blitz Growth With Jack Paxton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 36:00


Laura Haleydt, shows us how to use Instagram to generate leads, sales, and followers to build a passive income with digital products. Laura Haleydt worked in corporate as a Brand Marketing Manager for Carlsberg, Somersby, Tuborg, and Birrificio Angelo Poretti. She spent the last two years sharing her impressive array of marketing knowledge on Instagram. Laura's Instagram profile exploded with new fans that were eager to pay for her expert advice. This is when she launched her coaching business that generates thousands of dollars monthly. Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review if you like the episodes we are producing :) ➡️GUEST LINKS - Name: Laura Haleydt - Website: https://elsynergy.co/ https://www.instagram.com/laurahaleydt/?hl=en RESOURCE LINKS - Website: blitzgrowth.com - Course, funnel, & store builder: hyax.com - Giveaway & contest builder: vyper.ai - Free marketing courses & guides: jackpaxton.com

So Worth It
Episode 58. The Rise of Digital Products with guest Christina Scalera

So Worth It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 40:27


In this episode, Jackie sits down with the creator of The Contract Shop, Christina Scalera. The two discuss digital products, Christina's predictions for 2023, and where the digital course and product industries are going.⁣⁠ ⁣⁠ Links: ⁣⁠ @christinascalera⁣⁠ christinascalera.com⁣⁠

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#260: Can You Be a Successful Introverted Entrepreneur?

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 48:47


Can you be a successful introverted entrepreneur? Today, on the podcast, I'm interviewing Tara Reid, a coach who specializes in helping introverts grow their online businesses. Tara shares her personal story of how she built her own successful business, and explains how she uses sophisticated sales funnels to sell digital products, coaching, and memberships. Tara explains that one of the keys to her success is understanding the unique strengths and challenges of introverts. She notes that introverts often have a hard time putting themselves out there and promoting their offerings on social media. But by utilizing other means like SEO and Pinterest to drive traffic to their products and services, they can build businesses that work. Throughout the interview, Tara offers specific tips and strategies for introverts looking to grow their online businesses. She emphasizes the importance of finding your niche, and the power of building a community of loyal customers. We talk about: Why you don't need to be on social media to build a successful business How to sell by driving traffic to your site The power of digital products and sales funnels How to manage a coaching group as an introvert And so much more! If you have a hard time putting yourself out there to grow your business, I think you'll find this episode a relieving listen! New $10 Workshop Announcement - Jan. 20th On January 20th at 12pm CT, I will be hosting a one-hour live training on How to Set up a Paid Workshop in 15 Minutes. It costs $10 because remember, I want you to have skin in the game. You can sign up at workshop.milotreecart.com It's easier than you think and we're going to pull in some AI. To sign up, again go to workshop.milotreecart.com $10 on Friday, January 20th.  Show Notes: MiloTreeCart Upcoming $10 MiloTreeCart Workshop - Set Up a Paid Workshop in 15 Minutes MiloTreeCart Affiliate Program Personality Quiz: What Digital Product Should I Create? MiloTree Pop-Up App Catch My Party Tara Reid ChatGPT Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Voxer Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast: iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Other related Blogger Genius Podcast episodes you'll enjoy: How to Transform Your New Blog into an SEO Powerhouse with Kristi Dosh Hosting Paid Workshops to Increase Your Income with Ashley Greenwood Create an Easy Passive Income Stream With These 10 Tips with Morgan Nield Imagine a World Where You Could Sell Digital Products and Tap into a New Income Stream with Ease… If you are interested in selling paid workshops, digital downloads, memberships, subscriptions, or coaching in under 10 minutes, get MiloTreeCart at our lifetime launch price of $349. Just a one-time payment. MiloTreeCart is built for non-techies. No coding, design, or website needed. If you're a female creator, this is for you! You get fill-in-the-blank sales pages, checkout pages, and payment collection, plus, a dashboard to manage your sales. Also, MiloTreeCart integrates with all major email service providers. And of course, there's a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee. We're only happy when you are! Find out more about MiloTreeCart here!

WriteCome.com Podcast
How To Stay Motivated When Creating Digital Products

WriteCome.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 8:10


For your copy of Piggyback Profits head on over to https://www.writecome.com now. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/barry-mcdonald6/message

HER Purpose
23 | Launching & Selling Digital Products with Michelle Thames

HER Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 21:11


This week, I'm sitting down with Michelle Thames to discuss why digital products are such a great way to grow your online business, and how to turn your digital product idea into reality! In this episode, you'll learn: Why Michelle's first launch flopped and how she learned from that experience What to do if your digital product isn't selling like you want it to How to organically launch your digital product And then, what to do once you turn that digital product evergreen For full show notes, head to leticiajcollins.com/podcast/23 ______________________________ LINKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED: Join the FREE 5 Day IG Stories for Business Challenge Grab the Thrivecart Lifetime Deal ______________________________ CONNECT WITH TISH:

The Dee Greene Show
How Molly Made MILLIONS Selling Digital Products (Low AND High Ticket)

The Dee Greene Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 110:22


In this episode I talk with Molly Keyser about how she made millions selling digital products, her thoughts on the coaching industry, and what her life looks like now as a millionaire.

List Building Lifestyle With Igor Kheifets
How To Create Digital Products That Sell Like Hotcakes

List Building Lifestyle With Igor Kheifets

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 12:16


Hustle Inspires Hustle
Being Label Manager at Mr 305 Records Ft. Barbie Rivas With Alex Quin

Hustle Inspires Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 32:03


Episode Summary: In this episode of the podcast, we have an exciting guest - Barbie, Label Manager at Mr. 305 Records. Alex Quin will be speaking to Barbie about her journey as a music industry professional and how she has helped to shape the direction of the label over time.Wisdom Nuggets: Opportunity can come at any time: Barbie shares her story of how she stumbled into the right place at the right time and managed to seize a great opportunity that landed her in the music industry. In whatever industry you are in, always be ready for the unexpected.Realize That Your Culture Is Your Essence: In the world of music, recognizing and staying true to the culture you come from is key. This does not mean that you limit yourself but rather that you use your culture as a platform to propel yourself forward.Be Self-Sufficient: Having a small team with a do-it-yourself attitude has helped Barbie and Mr 305 Records remain competitive in a world full of competition. Through hard work, dedication, and creative problem-solving, the label has been successful because of its self-sufficiency.Podcast Outline: Alex (00:37) You're listening to Hustle Inspires Hustle with Alex Quinn. Alex: (01:55) Barbie is the label manager right at MR 3 0 5 Inc. Tell us a little bit about that. What's going on with that? Barbie: (02:02) I currently started like about two years and a half now. Mm-hmm. On Mr 305 records. I started as a project manager.Barbie: (02:22) Even though I've been in the entertainment industry for over 10 years, you know, I was never in the label industry. Mm-hmm. So I was learning a lot of things, but I'm a fast learner. Barbie: (02:34) Everything went well. And then, within the six-month period, I started getting more involved in all of the products that we signed. Barbie: (03:15) When I was little, you know, I was really into music. Like, I wanted to be a singer, but obviously, I don't like that lifestyle. Okay. And I don't wanna be an artist because they have a really tough lifestyle, nonstop. Always moving, always going. Barbie: (03:58) I kind of wanted to end my career in that executive part of the music industry. Alex: (04:03) You want to go through the process, like different steps and Exactly. Ultimately end up there. Barbie: (04:06) Yeah. Okay. But the opportunity came much faster than I thought. So I'm only, you know, in my twenties, and I'm already label manager for this huge independent label.Alex: (05:13) You know, you know what's interesting because, you know, right now, it's 2022. We're in December, 2022. It's about to be 2023. And over the last, let's say 2, 3, 4 years, maybe a little bit more, we've seen a lot of collaborations between the Spanish entertainment world and the American entertainment world. Alex: (05:49) So all these collaborations go back sometime before Pit Bull was Mr. Worldwide; he was Mr 3 0 5 back.Barbie: (05:55) That's how he started. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. He considers himself an Anglo, you know, artist. He's more on the English side of things. But he did realize that at an early age in his career, the Spanish community, his essence, his culture was his essence.Alex: (06:30) The funny part is that, you know, pit Bull has always said crazy in his lyrics. Yeah. So, you know, before, people were a little bit more conservative with that stuff in music, and then you got like a pit bull dropping a song with Mark Anthony called Let Everyone Over Me.Barbie: (08:12) The way that your mindset really creates your lifestyle and your future and the way, the thing that you do and the things that you say and the thing the way that you think really affects everything around.Barbie: (08:26) So that's mainly like what gets me super excited and gets me happy and, and makes me wanna continue in this business, being able to work with people like that, you know? Alex: (08:39) Like six months ago, you invited me over, and it was really cool to see, I had been there before with, I think it was Momo, and Bik Bina is part of the label, right? Alex: (08:49) Yeah. So I've known her for some time and then that, that, that, that moment you, it kind of introduced me that you were working with Omar. And Omar is doing some incredible things now. He just had a single release with a very popular artist, young Miko.Barbie: (09:09) It's so crazy to see because when I got hired at 3 0 5, as I said, I was just a project manager and the point of me coming in was to help Omar.Barbie: (09:50) For his career. And to see it grow, it just not only motivates him, but it motivates me to know that I'm doing something right. It's part of your track record. It's part of your story.Alex: (12:03) So talk, let's talk about business, right? Hustle. Inspires Hustle is a podcast that talks about business and some aspects. We talk about the marketing side of it because that's ultimately what I do. I own a marketing agency.Alex: (12:17) It is a lot of responsibility to be a label manager, especially a label manager for such a big label. You know, you guys aren't just starting out. Yeah. You guys have a track record, and the people behind you have a big track record. How is that for you? ​​Barbie: (12:48) I feel like the most important part of this process for me has been being self-efficient. Mm-hmm. , you know, when you're in an independent label, it's not like you have a huge team.Barbie: (13:20) Yeah, exactly. And I like learning a little bit about everything. Mm-hmm. . So for me being me, I know a lot of people cannot or do not like that type of responsibility. Alex: (13:49) You're looking at everything from a positive side and being grateful for your opportunities. Barbie: (13:53) Exactly. Yeah. There's always, you know when we sit at a table, we're talking about our project, there's always somebody who has a different opinion, you know? Barbie: (15:06) And my goal right now is to build a team that is not only a team, that it's a family. Mm-hmm. And also build, build a brand like create MR 3 0 5. Not to not only be a label but to be a brand. Mm-hmm. , who is, you know, doing internship programs. Barbie: (15:22) That's one of my goals. To have internship programs. Maybe by next year, have a bigger team, and have foundations. MR 3 0 5 Foundation. I was gonna ask you about that. Yeah. I'm glad you brought it up, but what else do I wanna do?Barbie: (16:06) But I feel like in our situation, being an independent label, we really focus on helping our artists.Alex: (18:06) Did radio for eight years, you said, right? This means that you were kind of like in the middle of the transition between radio streaming, CDs streaming. So you've been able to learn kind of like both sides of the business. You're a huge asset, then to the label. Barbie: (18:24) Yeah, I was in the, well, more in the talent side of the music industry, you know mm-hmm. doing radio as an on-air personality.Alex: (19:58) What do you listen to? What do you listen to? Barbie: (19:59) Well, my favorite artists in the whole wide world since I was a kid like Manna and Santana. Barbie: (20:24) So that's one of my favorite artists and my style of music that I listen to at home. I also listen to, like they say, elevator music in English.Alex: (21:44) I like that you listen, that you listen to music outside of the genres that you're working in. Cuz that's big.Alex: (24:12) Crazy. Yeah. You're seeing artists from all over the world collab with each other. They don't understand what they're saying. Barbie: (24:35) You know, going forward, trying to, we, we really focus on developing artists. Barbie: (25:25) Publicity was something that I did for, for a little bit. I mean, throughout my whole career, I think I've done a little bit of everything. Even marketing. I have a, a marketing company called Be Digital Marketing was basically what drove me from the beginning as well.Barbie: (25:46) Social media had just started. Instagram was really hot at that time with marketing your businesses. So I used to work with different restaurants and like different test styles of businesses that wanted to grow their following.Barbie: (26:32) I've been through a lot of struggles in this industry, you know, but everything that I've learned throughout all these years have, you know, been useful for me today. Yeah. Now that I'm in this position where I need to wear many hats.Alex: (27:00) It's a journey, and it's not always gonna be easy. Maybe you make it look easy cuz you know, things look nice online or when the projects launch.Alex: (27:07) The cool thing is that, um, let's say you, let's, if we remove ourselves from music and entertainment, you are somebody that knows how to deal with the media. Alex: (29:18) I thank you. I thank you for coming here today. I thank you for taking the time to meet with me. We're in the middle of December y'all, so it's a busy month for everybody.Barbie: (29:32) No, thank you for having me. I love your podcast. I am somebody that, you know, believes in a lot of motivation and moving forward and always seeing the positive side of every situation. Alex: (29:53) And I hope this isn't the last time that you come, um, of course not. I wanna revisit what you're doing next year cuz I, I'm really proud of the work that you've done.Alex: (30:11) Guys, make sure you check out her socials. We set it at the beginning of the podcast Barbie, on air. Check her out. She's very active on social media.Alex: (30:49) That's what Hustle Inspires Hustle is about. This podcast is about showcasing people who are doing incredible things and people who are sharing their stories, sharing tips, tricks, and all the untold stories of how they got to where they are today. We honor Barbie. We'll see you guys in the next episode. If you guys wanna see more information about Barbie, about myself, and the things that we talked about, go to hustle inspires hustle.com/podcast. Power Quotes: Barbie: (27:49) - “People need to learn that marketing is such an important tool no matter what you're doing.”Alex: (13:49) - “Look at everything from a positive side and be grateful for your opportunities. “Resources Mentioned: Barbie's InstagramB DigitalHustle Inspires Hustle PodcastSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Igor Kheifets List Building Lifestyle
How To Create Digital Products That Sell Like Hotcakes

Igor Kheifets List Building Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 12:16


Hustle Inspires Hustle
A Behind The Scenes Look At The World Music Marketing Ft. Stephanie Hernández & Viviana Venero With Alex Quin

Hustle Inspires Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 30:07


Episode Summary: Welcome to this episode of the hustle inspires hustle podcast! Today we have a special treat for you: Alex interviews Stephanie Hernandez and Viviana Venero, both of whom spearhead marketing and communications at Frost School of Music. Stephanie is the Director, Marketing & Communications and Viviana is a communications specialist. In this episode, we discuss how they met, their journey so far and their take on the music industry.Wisdom Nuggets: Music has both a creative side and a business side: Most people think running a successful music career is all about creativity and great sound. But Stephanie and Viviana explain that there's also the business side of things. If you aren't as talented with singing and vocals, you can explore other avenues, such as marketing and public relations, to help you grow your career.Constantly Learn New Things: Stephanie and Viviana both agree that it's important to keep up with the trends in the music industry so that you can stay ahead of the competition. By learning new things and experimenting with the latest trends, you can create music and systems that stand out from the rest.Find Balance: Being in an industry that is as demanding as music can be a struggle. Stephanie urges individuals to find balance in order for them to reach their full potential. They suggest taking time off to relax and reset so that you can come back feeling refreshed and ready to start again.Podcast Outline: Alex: (00:39) What's up, everybody? This is Alex Quinn, and you're listening to the Hustle Inspires Hustle podcast. We're in Miami today with Stephanie and Viviana from Frost School of Music.Alex: (00:58) I appreciate both of you being here. It's, it's, you know, it's, it's an honor. Stephanie: (01:01) Yeah. It was meant to happen, right? Alex: (01:19) You guys have great chemistry, though. Like it's really, it's super cool. Alex: (01:29) How long have you both known each other? Alex: (01:32) Two years now already. Alex: (01:36) So let, let's dive right in on, like, what you guys are, what you guys are doing now. Cause that's kind of like the purpose of why we wanted to sit here and, you know, talk about what's going on. You guys are working at the Frost School of Music right now? Stephanie: (01:46) So we're at the Frost School of Music. It's a renowned music school. It's one of the best in the country. Stephanie: (02:56) Vivianna does social media, so I think she could talk about what it's like to be on both ends of putting content out there for Yeah. An established artist versus an up-and-coming.Stephanie: (04:09) I went to school cause I wanted to work in the music business even though I fell in love with music, through singing, through song lyrics.Viviana: (04:34) I feel like a singer. Okay. Yeah. Um, but actually, I'm not a musician. I, I'm not musically inclined. I don't think so. I used to sing opera when I was little, but sure, I think my love for music actually started in my upbringing in my childhood. I was born in Puerto Rico, so a lot of music, a lot of cultures, and a lot of stuff going on there.Alex: (05:53) There are so many things to do within music, right? Some people maybe aren't ready to be an artist right away. Learning the business side is the most important side part outside of the talent, right?Alex: (06:34) When I first came into, like, music marketing and I started to learn about it and still learning about it, I was like, oh my God, this is crazy. There are so many layers; there are so many levels to how people get paid and how things work out that people don't really fully understand how that fully works. Alex: (10:00) Everybody loves music. Right. But back in that time, I guess before the internet and, you know, before the resources we have now, I guess it wasn't that easy to say, okay, I'm gonna work in the, in the music industry.Alex: (11:40) Now we have a lot of, a lot more things that are going on. Like, before the podcast started, the three of us were briefly talking about chat GPT, which is like a really hot topic right now. Artificial intelligence, you, it's pretty much a chat box. You tell the chat box what you want to write for you. It could code a website for you. It could write a poem for you. It could write the opening scene to a movie for you. Viviana: (14:39) I don't remember if it was in 2019, but I thought it was really interesting to see how this person, it's, it, I don't, she doesn't exist, but they give her life. She's an AI character. And you would look her up on Instagram. She has tons of followers.Stephanie: (19:52) That's like the power of music when you're like, it just brings you, pulls you in. Like I've cried at multiple concerts. That's totally normal.Alex: (20:38) How, like what is, what is your most proud moment in music so far? You've done a lot of cool stuff. We'll go one by one, so we could kind of, like, so think about it again. You can go first. Yeah. Stephanie: (21:06) So I think this year I had various moments where I was able to do that. A lot of it was because I was in a workplace that really allowed and encouraged me to do that.Stephanie: (21:57) At the end of the day, for me, everything that I'm doing is about the next generation. Alex: (23:35) Not every kid has the privilege of support from their family, friends, and people around them. And financially either financially, and, I mean, we live in Miami, it's a beautiful city, city, but there's a lot of rough areas in Miami.Viviana: (27:13) I really wanna touch upon what you said, Stephanie. Cuz Okay. So I am used to being like on the BTS side, like I'm very shy, and I'm very introverted. So once I decided that I was going to pursue music, I didn't know who to look up to.Alex: (29:26) Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Hustle Inspires Hustle podcast. I'd appreciate it if you could share, leave of review, and subscribe to the show. Power Quotes: Alex: (06:16) "It is very important that you approach both aspects of it [Music], of understanding the creative side of music and why it's important. And also understanding the business side."Alex: (24:09) “Do whatever it is that you want to do, it's possible”Alex: (26:34) “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.”Stephanie: (26:58) “This year has been about giving back for me, and I've been blessed and fortunate enough to do that.”Viviana: (29:16) “You just have to go out there, and it sounds really cliche and, and literally just, just do it yourself.” Resources Mentioned: Stephanie's LinkedinViviana's InstagramHustle Inspires Hustle PodcastSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Lash Extension Training Manual
Social media masterplan/Digital products/network marketing

Lash Extension Training Manual

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 9:11


Going over my collection of digital products, my experience as an online business owner and plans for 2023. Join the community or become a member to unlock exclusive content. Life Coaching & Consulting sessions are now available online. Book with Niketra for personal growth,self development and transformation in 2023 https://linktr.ee/luxlezlife --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lashpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lashpod/support

The CEO Teacher Podcast
Lunch Listen: 3 Best Practices for Going Live on Facebook

The CEO Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 8:39


Tips for Facebook Live Success Ready to learn how going live on Facebook will benefit your teacher business in the new year? Facebook Live is still the leading live video platform going into 2023. And I want to share how you can use these 3 best practices for up-leveling your teacher business in the new year.  When you plan for going live on FB, the main idea is to serve your audience. Think about ways you can help them in their own challenges and what tips and strategies you offer that will help them transform their teaching life. Let's get started… In this episode, you will learn: How an optin will help you grow How to stay on track as you are chatting with your audience Create an event to get the most out of your content How repurposing will allow you to work less and make more LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ABOUT GOING LIVE ON FACEBOOK:  FB page Templates Live video for Beginners Go Live and Connect with more Teachers CEO Teacher® Tools Slide Deck Templates CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD:  What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, A Teacher's Map of Online Business Secrets, and get started growing your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so send me all of your questions about going live on Facebook in 2023. ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @theceoteacher on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners! I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love. To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! How to Navigate Sales Tax on Digital Products as a CEO Teacher® with Katherine Tucker 3 CEO Teacher Entrepreneurs who are Paving the Way for Your Success Facebook is still king

She Thinks Big - Women Entrepreneurs Doing Good in the World
221 12 Reasons to Niche Your Accounting Practice

She Thinks Big - Women Entrepreneurs Doing Good in the World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 15:22


*Want one piece of business strategy delivered daily to your inbox?* Subscribe here: https://www.geraldinecarter.com/subscribe In this episode, I want to give you 12 reasons to focus on a niche or an industry, or your ideal buyer or a market segment. Whatever term you like to call it. There are slight differences in the details but what's most important is understanding how valuable it can be to your business to focus on an ideal buyer, to pick a niche and move in that direction.  It simplifies your business. It deepens your expertise Expertise is more valuable than general knowledge.  When you create value, it enables your prices to go up.  When your prices go up, your margins also go up when you niche.  When your prices go up, you need fewer clients to meet your revenue targets. Your business starts to feel easier, because there's just less to keep track of. When all your clients look like each other, it becomes so much easier to systematize. The more you can get your clients to nest the more space you create in your business and the more mental space you create in your mind.  When you niche and you focus on an ideal buyer and you deepen your expertise, you become less duplicatable. You put yourself in a position to sell expertise without having to do any work. Niching and going in the direction of deepening expertise creates options for you in terms of how to create revenue.   And here are some of the objections that I hear about niching:  Letting go of existing revenue. I won't be able to create future revenue. I will be bored. It feels limiting, as in, “I'm eliminating too many potential customers.”   Each of the above objections gets addressed.  Narrowing your industry, your niche, focusing on an ideal buyer opens up more options for you. Episode mentions: 211 Pricing for Improved Profitability 212 Hold My Beer and Watch Me Niche 220 How to Price for Access, not Work 179 Digital Products, Courses, and 90% Margins with The Real Estate CPA   Blake Oliver's Earmark CPE podcast https://earmarkcpe.com/  

Ecommerce Empire Builders
I made 8 FIGURES from digital products as a beginner & you can too (seriously)

Ecommerce Empire Builders

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 8:50


Before starting this channel, I had no idea of the impact that digital products can have on a business. There's so much we learn as business owners each day that could have a huge impact on someone's life! I learned how to use my knowledge and turn it into something that's easy to produce, distribute, and market. As a result, have generated over 8 figures with digital products and this is how I did it.▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Get The Best Selling Book ‘Ecommerce Empire' For FREE: https://ecommerceempirebuilders.com/book WATCH NOW 7-Figure Ecom Masterclass: http://bit.ly/funnel-class-yt Have Us Build & Launch Your Entire Ecommerce Business: https://bit.ly/BuildMyFunnel-YT FREE Empire Builder Bonuses: https://youtu.be/QknqB0dpDKc Sign Up For StoreFunnels (Website+Funnel Builder): https://www.storefunnels.net▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬

The CEO Teacher Podcast
How to Maximize Your Efforts as a Content Creator with Jay Clouse

The CEO Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 34:45


Your content creator starter kit Whether you're curious about becoming a content creator on Instagram, YouTube, or not sure where to begin, I am eager to share today's guest with you. You're going to hear how to become a content creator for social media – no matter the platform – from one of the best content creators in the world. Without question, my guest today is an expert in the content creation marketing field. And though he's on many platforms, he humbly tells people that he's a content creator mostly focused on writing, even though I'm here to tell you that he also has a successful podcast and is a content creator: YouTube extraordinaire, also! Meet Jay Clouse, the content creator for content creation marketing In his own opinion, Jay Clouse interviews the best content creators with the best content creator tools from across the biggest content creator platforms. Then he distills their strategies for aspiring content creators to do the same. It's kind of meta. Most of all, Jay helps content creators earn a living. He is the writer of Creator Science and the host of Creative Elements, a narrative-interview podcast exploring how today's top creators make a living with their art and creativity. He previously led the Community Experience team for Pat Flynn and Smart Passive Income, designing their paid membership community and cohort-based course programs. This interview is going to turn your world upside down — in the best possible way. So if you're ready to start understanding the art and science of content creation, step one is pressing play on today's episode… In this episode, you will learn: How to become a content creator Which content creator platforms to start using Why a small membership may be better than a large one Podcasting strategies for content creators Why email newsletters are still a strong marketing strategy LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ABOUT BEING A CONTENT CREATOR:  Creator Science Creative Elements Podcast Creative Elements Podcast on YouTube Jay Clouse on Twitter  Jay Clouse on Instagram  Jay Clouse on LinkedIn Jay Clouse on TikTok Andrew Huberman Huberman Lab Podcast Contagious: Why Things Catch On by Jonah Berger Wes Kao Spiky point of view: Let's get a little controversial miss.excel Pat Flynn Smart Passive Income CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD:  What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, A Teacher's Map of Online Business Secrets, and get started growing your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so send me your questions about being a content creator for social media ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @theceoteacher on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners!  I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love.  To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! How to Navigate Sales Tax on Digital Products as a CEO Teacher® with Katherine Tucker The Best Opportunity to Get Started Making Extra Income for Teachers with Johanna Kuiper 3 CEO Teacher Entrepreneurs who are Paving the Way for Your Success

The Future of the Firm
The productisation of services

The Future of the Firm

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 17:17


The professional services sector has always been a continuum. At one end of the spectrum, we've got high-end advice at the most strategic level in client organisations; at the other, we've services that are so familiar and standardised that they've become a commodity. Professional service firms don't have many people who are explicitly looking at the opportunities for productisation across their business as a whole. Instead, productisation is more likely to be an emerging strategy, in which specific client projects yield opportunities to convert services into products and where much of the actual work is done in people's spare time.  Joining us to discuss where the greatest opportunities for productisation lie is Jonathan Attia, KPMG UK's Head of Digital Products.

Grow A Small Business Podcast
After 16 years in the photo industry, pivoted to digital education; founding Profitable Courses, earning around a total of $870,000 with 4 FTEs. Whilst helping small-medium business owners and content creators generate passive income. (Molly Keyser)

Grow A Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 49:19


In this GASB Podcast episode, Troy interviews Molly Keyser, a photographer for 16 years, now the Founder of Profitable Courses. Molly's based in New Mexico, United States. Before Profitable Courses she also founded Boudie Shorts, an educational resource for Boudoir Photographers to get more clients. After working in the photo industry as a photographer for 16 years. Molly decided to pivot into the world of digital education. Started Profitable Courses in 2021; helping small-medium business owners create their own digital products, fine-tuning them, marketing them, and getting traffic, in order to generate a nice stream of cash flow.  Molly advises that small-medium business owners, need to develop good habits and discipline. In order to focus on one thing at a time. A piece of advice that she also once received. “You need to pick one product to focus on and scale that up to a million at least first.”, her mentor said. This Cast Covers:  The identity of Molly Keyser. How Troy and Molly knew each other. Transitioning from being a photographer to digital course education. Molly's businesses before Profitable Courses. Molly's business, Profitable Courses. Nothing is completely passive; after product creation, traffic is required. The definition of Shiny Object Syndrome. How Molly gets past a certain revenue mark. The number one thing small-medium business owners should apply. Overall growth of Profitable Courses. Links:   Molly's Linkedin Molly's Instagram Molly's Twitter Molly's TikTok Profitable Courses Additional Resources: Expert Secrets: The Underground Playbook for Creating a Mass Movement of People Who Will Pay for Your Advice (1st Edition) by Russell Brunson Vivid Vision: A Remarkable Tool For Aligning Your Business Around a Shared Vision of the Future by Cameron Herold     Quotes: “Nothing is 100% passive, you have to traffic and create the products and do the work upfront.” — Molly Keyser. “You need to pick one product to focus on and scale that up to a million at least first.” — Molly Keyser. “With every failure and everything that goes wrong, you learn.” — Molly Keyser. “Assign yourself tasks, so you can get in the habit of it. Because otherwise, you're just not going to get a lot done very quickly.” — Molly Keyser. “You need to have that discipline.” — Molly Keyser.     Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0.

Influencer Entrepreneurs with Jenny Melrose
How to sell digital products with Monica Froese

Influencer Entrepreneurs with Jenny Melrose

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 26:08


Selling your own digital products is one of the most profitable ways to monetize your blogging business, which is why we're diving into how to sell digital products.Our guest's name today is Monica Froese, Monica got started as a mom blogger with a blog called Redefining Mom, which basically takes you through her postpartum journey.That's where Monica launched her first digital product that she still sells today, it's a family budget spreadsheet.Once Monica quit her full-time job, she branched off there and had a few little things that happened.The main thing being where a lot of people got to know her through a course on Pinterest advertising which she did for four years.In 2020 Monica decided she couldn't stand having a business depend on another person's business.She came to the conclusion that what she's really good at is developing digital products, so that led her to launch the brand empowered business where they have a core offer and teaching how to create and launch your core digital products that focuses on sales funnels.Read more HERE

Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie
Make Money by Turning Your Expertise into Digital Products

Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 24:30


Online content creation is a booming market globally. Many people are willing to pay for your expertise, so don't miss out on the massive opportunity to sell digital courses and e-learning products. If you have yet to make a single course or have made one but have had no success selling it, this episode is for you. Today, Dr. Kylie walks you through what she has done regarding automated courses and programs. Coming from someone who has launched several programs and experienced many failures in the process, Dr. Kylie can tell you what NOT to do. And she can definitely give you quick pointers on what to do instead. Rather than teach you about what content to create, she will teach you how to get people to buy your programs. “Love what you do. If you don't love it, you can't sell it because you are the hardest person to sell to.”- Dr. Kylie BurtonIn This Episode:- Why do we want more courses?- How Dr. Kylie created courses out of complex medical concepts and what she experienced during the process- Why you should not rely entirely on FB and IG to sell your courses and which platform to leverage - Should you go live or be on Evergreen status (always available)?- What would you do as a consumer? Understanding this will give you an idea of what products people would be willing to buy- How to entice people to get into membership programs And more!Resources:- Sign up for Dr. Kylie's live event February 20-22, 2023- Why Are My Labs Normal? Your guide to reading your own blood work; no medical background needed- Join the 90-Day Coaching Program with Dr. Kylie BurtonConnect with Dr. Kylie:- Website - Instagram- Facebook- YouTube*Sponsored by Systemic Formulas*- For all practitioners, join SF via the FB group I run: https://www.facebook.com/groups/716554078541135- For everyone else, learn about the products by following them on IG: https://instagram.com/systemic_formulas?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=The brand new MyByome products are now available too! Learn more at mybyome.com. Order the MyByome products now available at drkylieburton.com/supplements.

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#255: Start a Membership and Quit Your 9-5

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 46:45


Is it possible to start a membership and quit your 9-5 job? This is exactly what my guest Amanda DiNovo, the blogger behind Manda Panda Projects, recently did. Amanda shares how she built her crafting membership and a subscription business, and how she did both organically. Amanda talks about how she started her blog and business as a crafter, and how she came across our party ideas site Catch My Party, when she was first starting out. Now, because of her success, Amanda is leaving her full-time job to focus solely on her blog and online businesses. In this episode, we discuss: How Amanda attracts an audience using Facebook Lives How she created challenges to engage her audience How Amanda builds community and why that makes people stay How Amanda saw a need in her crafting audience and started selling a paper napkin subscription business And so much more! If this episode inspires you, and you want to set up your own membership, you can do it in 10 minutes with MiloTreeCart to collect recurring payments, and a private Facebook group for community. It's easier than you think! Show Notes: MiloTreeCart MiloTree Pop-Up App Manda Panda Projects Personality Quiz: What Digital Product Should I Create? Catch My Party Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast: iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Other related Blogger Genius Podcast episodes you'll enjoy: How to Build a Seven-Figure Membership with Tamara Bennett The Truth About Courses Vs. Memberships with Alisa Meredith How to Grow a Successful Membership by Loving Your Members with Amy Sadler Imagine a World Where You Could Sell Digital Products and Tap into a New Income Stream with Ease… If you are interested in selling paid workshops, digital downloads, memberships, subscriptions, or coaching in under 10 minutes, get MiloTreeCart at our lifetime launch price of $349. Just a one-time payment. MiloTreeCart is built for non-techies. No coding, design, or website needed. If you're a female creator, this is for you! You get fill-in-the-blank sales pages, checkout pages, and payment collection, plus, a dashboard to manage your sales. Also, MiloTreeCart integrates with all major email service providers. And of course, there's a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee. We're only happy when you are! Find out more about MiloTreeCart here!

The CEO Teacher Podcast
Strategies for Creating a Music Teacher Membership: A Coaching Call with Julia Harvey-Trappel

The CEO Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 35:57


One music teacher and all the advice on how to grow a teacher business Calling all my music teachers: today's podcast episode is a behind-the-scenes coaching call with one music teacher asking all of the teacher business questions. Friends, I am so excited to introduce you to Juila Harvey-Trappel. Julia is an Australian teacher still working in the classroom. On top of that, Julia has a successful TpT side-hustle. But like many of you, now that Julia has learned how to sell her music teacher resources by applying the lessons learned in The CEO Teacher® School, Julia is ready for more. More growth. More success. More of the life that she's always dreamed of. So what's Julia going to find out? Simply, where to go from here. From music teacher resources to a music teacher membership Fear not – this episode is for more than just music teachers. Any teacher can put into practice the answers that Julia receives. As you'll hear, I'm going to coach Julia through the ins and outs of her business, helping her to uncover what's missing from her current teacher course and how to grow that course into a teacher membership. So if you're ready to take action on the next level of your teacher business, this episode is for you. Whether you're a music teacher with a side hustle or a CEO Teacher® with a full blown operation, press play to hear the answers to your burning teacher-business questions… In this episode, you will learn: How to sell more music teacher resources – or simply teacher resources – on TpT What this music teacher should do to improve her current digital course How to map your customer journey What to charge for a membership with music teacher resources When to add a teacher membership to your business How to convert your CEO Teacher ® digital course into a teacher membership LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ABOUT CREATING A MUSIC TEACHER MEMBERSHIP:  Julia Harvey-Trappel on Facebook  Julia Harvey-Trappel on Instagram  Julia Harvey-Trappel on Pinterest  Jooya Teaching Resources Julia Harvey-Trappel's Website     Amy Porterfield Blue Ocean Strategy: How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make Competition Irrelevant by by W. Chan Kim & Renee Mauborgne CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD:  What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, A Teacher's Map of Online Business Secrets, and get started growing your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so send me all of your questions about creating a music teacher membership ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @theceoteacher on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners!  I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love.  To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! How to Navigate Sales Tax on Digital Products as a CEO Teacher® with Katherine Tucker The Best Opportunity to Get Started Making Extra Income for Teachers with Johanna Kuiper 3 CEO Teacher Entrepreneurs who are Paving the Way for Your Success

Play It Brave Podcast
Digital Products, Mistakes, and Social Media

Play It Brave Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 64:13


Curious about entering the digital product space? Want to know more about the impact of your social media presence? Listen in as we discuss pivoting from photography to education, social media strategies, and creating balance in our lives as photographers and educators.  Meet Nicola Dixon: Nicola is a photographer, podcaster and launch strategist based in the UK. She loves to travel, play outside and spend time with her beloved Dalmation, Margot. Nicola discovered early on in her career the burnout that comes from overbooking which led her to develop her first digital product. Since then, she has dedicated herself to creating and launching successful digital products. Her goal is to help photographers avoid burnout and make money doing what they love with her clear, straightforward approach to launching digital products.  SHOW NOTES: https://darcybenincosa.com/play-it-brave/nicola-dixon/

Ryan's Method: Passive Income Podcast
30 Popular Digital Products to Sell on Etsy

Ryan's Method: Passive Income Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 13:35


In this episode I'm sharing GrowingYourCraft's article on 30 digital products you can sell on Etsy that make regular sales!

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#254: Get Unstuck in Your Life

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 51:52


Have you wondered how to get unstuck in your life? Do you feel like you need a new path, but don't know what it looks like? Today on the podcast, I'm interviewing mid-life coach, Suzy Rosenstein. Suzy helps women in mid-life figure out what they want, and how to use their inner wisdom to get up the courage to make changes. In this episode, we discuss: How fear keeps us stuck How to hone in on what we really want How to identify our limiting thoughts and change them How to use stream of consciousness writing to get us in touch with ourselves And so much more! If you are feeling like things aren't going the way you'd like in your life, but you don't know how to fix it, this is the episode for you! Show Notes: MiloTreeCart MiloTree Pop-Up App Suzy Rosenstein Personality Quiz: What Digital Product Should I Create? Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast: iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Other related Blogger Genius Podcast episodes you'll enjoy: How to Overcome Negative Self-Talk with Laura Fuentes Are Limiting Beliefs and Imposer Syndrome Holding You Back with Maria Conde The Perfection of B- Work and How to Get Stuff Done solo episode with Jillian Leslie Imagine a World Where You Could Sell Digital Products and Tap into a New Income Stream with Ease… If you are interested in selling paid workshops, digital downloads, memberships, subscriptions, or coaching in under 10 minutes, get MiloTreeCart at our lifetime launch price of $349. Just a one-time payment. MiloTreeCart is built for non-techies. No coding, design, or website needed. If you're a female creator, this is for you! You get fill-in-the-blank sales pages, checkout pages, and payment collection, plus, a dashboard to manage your sales. Also, MiloTreeCart integrates with all major email service providers. And of course, there's a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee. We're only happy when you are! Find out more about MiloTreeCart here!

The CEO Teacher Podcast
How to Navigate Sales Tax on Digital Products as a CEO Teacher® with Katherine Tucker

The CEO Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 19:32


What you need to know about sales tax on digital products I am so excited to be talking about today's topic – sales tax on digital products – although I'm most excited for my guest to take the lead because, frankly, sales tax compliance scares me. As a former English teacher, I am scared to death of bookkeeping, sales tax compliance for teachers pay teachers, and sales tax on digital products in general. Nonetheless, I know one thing to be true: sales tax compliance is very important. Plus, sales tax compliance is the number one question that we're asked in our communities. We used to run away from sales tax on digital product questions. Today, we're no longer running. Instead, we're running the question to my guest, Katherine Tucker. Your guide to sales tax on digital products   My guest today, Katherine P. Tucker, CPA, is a spunky accountant who helps TpT sellers with two important pieces of their business: bookkeeping and sales tax. So what is tax compliance? Well, as Katherine explains it, sales tax compliance is the first step to understanding the financial state of your CEO Teacher® business. She also believes that teachers should know how to pay teachers pay teachers sales tax and sales tax on digital products. Since April 2021 Katherine has been working with TpT sellers and is the creator of the online, self-paced course, “The Teacherpreneur's Sales Tax Roadmap.” She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with bachelor's and master's degrees in Accounting. And while sales tax is a topic that a LOT of people would like to run from, she's here to let you know that it's not as scary as it seems. So if you're ready to take your business to sustainable heights, Katherine's about to break down sales tax on digital products to their most basic level. Listen now! In this episode, you will learn: What is tax compliance How sales tax on digital products is determined What first steps you need to take in order to be sales tax compliant Where to find sales tax compliance services How to prepare your teachers pay teachers taxes And so much more! LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE ABOUT SALES TAX ON DIGITAL PRODUCTS:  Katherine P Tucker on Instagram The Teacherpreneur's Sales Tax Roadmap What is Nexus? What is sales tax nexus? TaxJar Avalara Kajabi Quaderno from Kajabi Shopify WooCommerce Let's Talk Sales Tax CEO TEACHER® RESOURCES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD:  What's your CEO Teacher® Type? Find out here! Download my free book, A Teacher's Map of Online Business Secrets, and get started growing your business today! Check out my CEO Teacher® Book Recommendations here! JOIN OUR CEO TEACHER® PODCAST COMMUNITY TO GROW WITH LIKE-MINDED TEACHERS: Send me a DM on Instagram– I love chatting with my people, so  send me your sales tax on digital products questions ENJOYING THE PODCAST? THANKS FOR TUNING IN! Tag me @theceoteacher on Instagram and tell me what you are listening to! I love seeing what resonates most with our listeners!  I don't want you to miss a thing! Be the first to know when a new episode is available by subscribing on iTunes here! If you would like to support The CEO Teacher® podcast, it would mean so much to me if you would leave a review on iTunes. By leaving a review, you are helping fellow CEO teachers find this podcast and start building a life they love.  To leave a review on iTunes, click HERE and scroll down to Ratings and Reviews. Click “Write a Review” and share with me how this podcast is changing your business and your life! READY FOR MORE? I LIKE YOUR STYLE! LISTEN TO THESE CEO TEACHER® PODCAST EPISODES NEXT! The Best Opportunity to Get Started Making Extra Income for Teachers with Johanna Kuiper 3 CEO Teacher Entrepreneurs who are Paving the Way for Your Success Using Your Experience as a Teacher to Help Other Teachers Around the World with Shannon Kline

Profit FIRST PODCAST
how to sell digital products online in a crowded market

Profit FIRST PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 7:49


how to sell digital products online in a crowded market --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/markfagan2000/message

Ecommerce Empire Builders
$25,000 in 30 DAYS SELLING DIGITAL PRODUCTS | How To Make Money Creating & Selling Info Products!

Ecommerce Empire Builders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 11:56


This beginner-friendly strategy helps you start an online business without having to go through any of the hassles that physical products present. By selling digital products or information products, you can go ahead and convert the knowledge in your mind into profits in the bank, and this easier starter strategy shows you how!▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Get The Best Selling Book ‘Ecommerce Empire' For FREE: https://ecommerceempirebuilders.com/book WATCH NOW 7-Figure Ecom Masterclass: http://bit.ly/funnel-class-yt Have Us Build & Launch Your Entire Ecommerce Business: https://bit.ly/BuildMyFunnel-YT FREE Empire Builder Bonuses: https://youtu.be/QknqB0dpDKc Sign Up For StoreFunnels (Website+Funnel Builder): https://www.storefunnels.net▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#253: How and Why We Built MiloTreeCart for Bloggers

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 23:50


DON'T MISS THIS! Black Friday Special, purchase MiloTreeCart now and get over $1,000 in bonuses! Today, I'm sharing my entrepreneurial journey with my husband, David, that started in 2009. If you are wondering how we built the businesses we have— Catch My Party, our MiloTree Pop-Up App, and now MiloTreeCart, our payment tool for bloggers, this is the episode for you. I tell the whole story of how all the businesses fit together. I share the lessons we've learned along the way, and how we think about building products today. I also share the patterns I see that hold bloggers back, and how we hope to support them growing their income by selling digital products in 2023. Show Notes: MiloTreeCart Black Friday Special MiloTreeCart Black Friday Waitlist MiloTree Pop-Up App Catch My Party Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast: iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Other related Blogger Genius Podcast episodes you'll enjoy: How to Build a New Income Stream Fast and Easy with Cristy Harfmann Best Tips for Getting Started with Digital Products with Eden Fried How to Test your Product Idea Fast with Jillian Leslie Imagine a World Where You Could Sell Digital Products and Tap into a New Income Stream with Ease… If you are interested in selling paid workshops, digital downloads, memberships, subscriptions, or coaching in under 10 minutes, get MiloTreeCart at our lifetime launch price of $349. Just a one-time payment. MiloTreeCart is built for non-techies. No coding, design, or website needed. If you're a female creator, this is for you! You get fill-in-the-blank sales pages, checkout pages, and payment collection, plus, a dashboard to manage your sales. Also, MiloTreeCart integrates with all major email service providers. And of course, there's a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee. We're only happy when you are! Find out more about MiloTreeCart here!

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#252: Hosting Paid Workshops to Increase Your Income... Pow!

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 47:08


Hosting paid workshops to increase your income is a great way to get started selling digital products. A paid workshop is easy and fast to put together, and if you can solve a problem for your audience, it be very lucrative. Today on the podcast I have wreath-maker, Etsy shop owner, blogger, and TikToker, Ashley Greenwood, from 3 Little Greenwoods, on the show to share how she built her Etsy shop, became a TikToker with over 40k followers, and has made close to $3,000 hosting paid workshops teaching crafters how to make seasonal wreaths. In this episode, we discuss: The economics of selling wreaths on Etsy Burnout from making handmade goods How to grow a following on TikTok How to host paid workshops using MiloTreeCart and why it's fun Building out more digital products to sell to your audience And so much more! If you plan to grow your income in 2023 by selling digital products to your audience, this is the episode for you! Show Notes: MiloTreeCart MiloTreeCart Black Friday Waitlist MiloTree Pop-Up App 3 Little Greenwoods 3 Little Greenwoods Etsy Shop Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast: iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Other related Blogger Genius Podcast episodes you'll enjoy: How a Paid Workshop Helps You Grow Your True Fans with Carrie Forrest Best Tips for Getting Started with Digital Products with Eden Fried How to Test your Product Idea Fast with Jillian Leslie Imagine a World Where You Could Sell Digital Products and Tap into a New Income Stream with Ease… If you are interested in selling paid workshops, digital downloads, memberships, subscriptions, or coaching in under 10 minutes, get MiloTreeCart at our lifetime launch price of $349. Just a one-time payment. MiloTreeCart is built for non-techies. No coding, design, or website needed. If you're a female creator, this is for you! You get fill-in-the-blank sales pages, checkout pages, and payment collection, plus, a dashboard to manage your sales. Also, MiloTreeCart integrates with all major email service providers. And of course, there's a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee. We're only happy when you are! Find out more about MiloTreeCart here!

MIKE'D UP! with Mike DiCioccio
Closing the Deal with the Founder of 1CallClosers.com Richard Mugica

MIKE'D UP! with Mike DiCioccio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 51:37


Richard Mugica is the founder of 1 Call Closers, a sales agency that has now worked with influencers such as Dean Graziosi, Tony Robbins, Anik Singal, Bedros Keuilian and others to help scale their online offers to 1 million a month online. In the span of 3 years, 1 Call Closers has sold over 40 million in the digital product space and has built over thirteen 7-figure sales teams. Richard is known as The Acquisition King in the high ticket space!   Follow Richard: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richard_mugica/?hl=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardmugica/ Website: https://1callclosers.com/   Connect with Mike: https://linktr.ee/mikedicioccio   Produced by Social Chameleon: https://www.socialchameleon.us   Interview Recorded via Riverside.fm: https://riverside.fm/homepage?utm_campaign=campaign_1&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=rewardful&via=mike-dicioccio   Mike'D Up! Merch: https://mikedupmerch.com

The Cortez Hustle Show
Top 10 Benefits Of Selling Digital Products In 2023 | The Cortez Hustle Show Ep 392

The Cortez Hustle Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 60:18


Are you an entrepreneur who is looking to make a little extra money? If so, you may want to consider selling digital products. Digital products are a great way to make money because they are easy to produce and there is a large demand for them. In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits of selling digital products and provide tips for getting started. So, if you are interested in learning more, keep reading!Monetize My Life Academy provides the Tools, Templates, Training & Support you need to turn your passion & knowledge into a profitable online course. Get started for just $1 at https://www.monetizemylifeacademy.com/-Other helpful resources for entrepreneurs and small business owners-Access to capital is one of the biggest challenges that small business owners face. Our free Biz Credit Helper Masterclass will teach you everything you need to know to prepare your business to access both Business Credit and Business funding. Watch it on-demand by clicking here.If you're a coach, consultant, network marketer, or online influencer looking to build an amazing brand, check out https://personalbranding365.com It's an amazing resource for walking you through the process of building a powerful, profitable personal brand step-by-step.Launch your own Software Company in 30 Days with Go HighLevel. Free course walks you through every step from setup to getting your first client. The course is free and you can start with GHL for free for the first 14-days. Literally no risk to you https://saas.digitalempiresystem.comGrab your FREE copy of  @Russell Brunson - ClickFunnels  "Expert Secrets" by clickinghere https://bit.ly/tomexpertsecrets1 After you complete your purchase for the book I HIGHLY recommend that you take the upsell and get all of the books in the trilogy. Trust me, you'll need them all.Join our FREE Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/localbizmarketingmastermindFree Internet Marketing Checklist For Small Business Owners https://www.localbizmarketingpros.com/checklist-downloadGoogle My Business 3.0 Training Guide https://gmb.blackbizsuccess.com14-Day FREE Trial with Go HighLevel click here: https://bit.ly/tomghlFree business credit masterclass https://bizcredithelper.comThe Cortez Hustle Show Book Of The Month is "Expert Secrets" by Russell Brunson Get Your Free Copy Here!Text the keyword "Mastermind" to 314-866-4053 to join our private group and get hundreds of dollars in free training & resources weekly. This mastermind is 100% FREE.Support Our Show Partner Bob CraneClick here for FREE Financial Resources: https://bit.ly/tchsbobOpen Arms Wellness - For all of your mental health needs. Take a quick survey to get matched up with the right counselor today: https://bit.ly/h2htherapistmatchOther helpful resources:Dominate Social Media And Build An Attractive, Powerful Profitable, Personal Brand https://personalbranding365.comDesign stunning graphics for your brand try Canva Pro here https://bit.ly/tomcanvaUse Content Study to schedule your social media post to be omnipresent on all platforms: https://tomcontentstudio+++3 TOOLS EVERY ENTREPRENEUR NEEDS TO GROW +++1. Digital Marketing Platform - Create your own websites, sales funnels, digital products, online communities, and more with the Digital Empire System. It's the Premier All-In-One Digital Marketing Platform. Start your 14 Day FREE trial of Go HighLevel by Clicking Here!2. Mentorship/Mastermind - Every entrepreneur should have a coach, mentor, or be part of a mastermind group. The Monetize My Life Academy is the premier Digital Marketing Mastermind for entrepreneurs looking to get more out of the internet and social media. If you're looking to grow your online presence this is the mastermind group for you. Click Here3. Financial Education - Ask any entrepreneur why they're building a business and I guarantee that "LEGACY" is in their top 3 answers. Having the right financial education is what makes building that legacy a reality. Our FinancialEdge membership is designed with unlimited access to professionals to help you Minimize Taxes, Improve Credit, Reduce Debt, And Grow Your Money For Retirement with Done-For-You Real Estate Investing and Other Strategies. Click Here==ABOUT THE CORTEZ HUSTLE SHOW==iTunes: Click HereStitcher: Click HereSpotify: Click HereGoogle Podcast: Click HereAmazon Music: Click Here====================================================Email: hcortez@ThorntonOnlineMarketing.comWebsite https://localbizmarketingpros.comhttps://www.facebook.com/localbizmarketingproshttp://instagram.com/localbizmarketingproshttp://twitter.com/cortezspringerDISCLAIMER: H Cortez aka Financial Health Mentor is NOT afinancial advisor/planner or CPA. The information shared on this channel is not financial advice but instead examples of actual experiences of H Cortez and the guests of the channel. Also, any mention/reference to income is NOT a guarantee but merely an example of potential income that could be made if one puts in the work required. Always see a certified professional assist you in your financial matters. Finally, the links recommended in most cases pay me a small commission if you were to click through and buy. That's one of the ways I finance the podcast.=====REFERENCES & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS=====Article reference: https://kimgarst.com/benefits-of-selling-digital-products/1 Minute Motivation YouTube CreditShow Some Love To The "TodayBless" Channel: Click Here1-Minute Motivation Video: Click HereIntro Music for The Cortez Hustle Show Intro Courtesy of Anno Domini Beats

Hustle Inspires Hustle
Tips On Growing Your Brand Ft. Eric Pacinos Roa & Mauricio Londoño With Alex Quin

Hustle Inspires Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 60:38


Episode Summary: In this podcast episode, Eric "Pacinos" Roa and Mauricio Londoño join Alex Quin to discuss tips on growing a personal brand. The conversation covers a range of topics including the importance of bringing enough value to the table, the role of social media in personal branding, and how to stand out from the competition. They also share their own personal experiences and advice on growing a personal brand.Eric Roa is a celebrity barber, entrepreneur, and the founder of Pacinos; a line of men's grooming products. He is also a popular social media influencer with over 700k followers on Instagram.Mauricio Londoño is a Latin content creator and podcaster, whose name you might recognize from his work on the podcast Checking con Mauro! Mauricio interviews entrepreneurs, digital nomads, and other interesting people from around the world.Wisdom Nuggets: 1. If You Don't Ask, You Might Miss OpportunitiesAsking questions is essential if you want to learn and grow. It can also help you identify opportunities that you might have otherwise missed. And it can also open doors to new and exciting experiences.2. Bring Value To The TableIf you want people to take notice of you and your brand, you need to make sure that you're bringing enough value to the table. This means offering something unique and valuable that others can't or don't offer.3. Be A Big ObserverOne of the best ways to learn and grow is to be a big observer. This means paying attention to what's happening around you and taking note of what works and what doesn't.4. It's All About RelationshipsBuilding strong relationships is key to growing a personal brand. These relationships can be with customers, clients, colleagues, or anyone else that you interact with.5. Feeling Down? Do Something FunWhen you're feeling down, it can be tough to get motivated to work on your brand. But one of the best ways to get out of a funk is to do something that you enjoy. This can be anything from reading a book to going for a walk.Podcast Outline: Alex : (00:41) What's up everybody? This is Alex Quinn and you're listening to the Hustle Inspires Hustle podcast. On today's episode, we have two very special guests, Eric, better known as Pacinos, and Mauricio Londono.Mauricio: (00:55) Thank you very much for the invitation, bro. Alex : (00:57) No, man, Thanks for being here. I've, I've been wanting to do this with you and with you for quite some time and I'm glad we're, the three of us are here Alex : (01:22) And that's when you introduce me to, to Eric and dude, I love what you have going on, man. Appreciate you have a serious track record. Just to give everybody a little bit of background, Eric is an entrepreneur, and Mauricio is a content creator.Alex : (01:35) He's in the entertainment space, he's worked in radio. He's extremely known because of his podcast. And I seriously look up to the content he creates. So it's honestly an honor to have him here. We're used to all used to speaking in Spanish because of our Spanish audience.Alex : (01:56) This is one of your creations, man. Wonder if we talk about this a little bit? Eric: (01:58) Absolutely. So this is basically just years of being a barber and understanding all the different hair types and hair textures. And then me basically just branching off from the barber shop and saying, You know what? I wanna come out with my own line of hair products.Alex : (02:46)I like that. So there's a lot of you that are watching, but there's a lot of you that are listening. If you're listening and don't know what we're talking about, We're sitting in front of some men's grooming products by the name of Pacinos.Alex : (03:37) Hey, so talk to me about your, your days before this.Eric: (03:49) So basically I started off as a barber, Well, let me take you a little bit farther back. Okay. Again, I know I look like I'm 21, but I'm not 21. I'm actually 22 nowEric: (04:07) That's awesome. Columbian power. If anybody has any Latin parents, you know, parents hate to pay the electric bill. Right. So like living in sunny south Florida, it was like hot and I'd be in the bathroom cutting my hair like for three hoursEric: (05:17) Was a little, I had just got out of the Navy. I was 22 years old. Okay. 22 years old. And, uh, looking for a job like bro, to be honest, it was like I got out and I couldn't find a job. Like I was looking in the newspaper and finally said like, shampoo assistant.Eric: (05:29) And I was like, Excuse me, hairstyle assistant. So I thought I was gonna go in there and cut some hair. He was like, Nah, nah, you're gonna be in here washing all these heads. And I was like, Oh my God. So I was there trying to be like the best shampoo boy you could ever like meet because I was only getting paid $5 an hour.Eric: (06:01) Yeah bro. I was like, man, this guy's really making some really good money, you know, doing haircuts. Right. And that's when I said, You know what? Like I need to just one day open up my own shop and, pretty much, you know, have the same model.Eric: (06:35)And I discovered the pomade they were using loud on the West coast. And, um, a lot of it was more wax not so water-soluble. Now, you know, there are a lot more pomades that are water. So water is soluble. And that's when I said, All right, I'm gonna get with a chemist and start formulating my own products. Alex : (07:00)There. Yeah. Cuz it's part of the process too, like Absolutely. Did you get a chance to open your barbershop or you worked outta a barbershop and learned then maybe did cuts like on, on a one-on-one basis, private cuts? Or how did that work? Eric: (07:11) So, so good question. So basically I started off as a, actually, I started out a salon first cutting hair. And then from there, I went to another salon. And then while I was in that salon, I literally just started going to the nightclubs and I would shake the hands of all the owners and ask 'em, Hey, listen, I wanna cut you here for free.Alex : (08:55) So yeah. Essentially what I'm hatching from that is that you bring value to the table. So like you, you know, you need something and you know who you need to reach out to. Yes. But you reach out to them and you already bring value to the table. Eric: (09:10) Yes. One hand watches the other. And it's all about just understanding. It's like anything in business, you have to understand first about, you know, what's your niche? You know mm-hmm. like, what, what is it that you're good at?Eric: (09:31) And those are the people that don't mind spending a little bit of money. Yeah. You know, so for me, it's almost like, all right, do I go for that or do I go for the guys that like, you know, with all due respect, maybe they're, you know, they have a different interest and they don't really care about their hairstyle.Alex : (09:58) Right. And you know, it's interesting that, that you, when you were working at the salon, you did it with Pride and you wanted to learn because you know, in salons there you're more used to seeing these types of products, especially back in that day. Right? Alex : (11:06) So you, you, started off in Columbia, How far back Mao Mauricio: (11:10) In 1993? I started as a, I was born in 1993. Yeah. Mauricio: (11:18) I started as an assistant, you know, for, the DJ. And they, they only, you know, let me in, in, in the studio. And, and that's it. They, don't allow me, to talk on air or, you know, just answer the phone. And people requested songs.. Alex : (12:14) It was very different back then. There's no computer where you go, All right, let me put this song or mix it in. You actually have to put the vinyl on.Mauricio: (13:07) But, you know, I, I was, I'm surprised that I was making content without knowledge, you know? Yeah. Right. Zero-knowledge. And, and I'm impressed about that because nobody, you know, I, I, I was burning a little town, you know, with no radio stations, no opportunities.Mauricio: (13:57) My passion for the music, you know, takes me to the radio to, to start listening to the radio. Right. And then, uh, I, I, I used to listen like 10 hours per day. I was obsessed.Mauricio: (14:24) I used to listen to, you know, the late night shows until 4:00 AM you know, imagining things, because radio is the theater of the sound. Right. And yeah, One day I used to, I was thinking, why don't I Look for a job in the radio? Okay. Yeah.Alex : (15:53) Somebody with hunger. Yeah. And that's probably one of the best people you could bring to your team. Honestly. It is. Alex : (16:22) So, bro, how did that evolve into what you do now? Why don't you talk to us a little bit about what you do now, your podcast?Mauricio: (16:38) Yeah. Yeah. I love to have deep conversations with, you know, interesting people. Mm-hmm. , I, I'm not pursuing only artists. You know, I, I, most of the time I'm, I'm interviewing artists because, you know, I, I'm in the, into the music industry. But my goal is to talk with, you know, actors, you know, entrepreneurs, you know, like you.Alex : (19:35) You guys wanna know something interesting, right? Because my main thing, I'm a digital marketer. Okay. So, companies pay me to run their ads and make them money, whether it's products or services. Yeah. So naturally, I post a lot of content online about digital marketing, or I consume a lot of content online about digital marketing. Alex : (19:50) And check this out, the hashtag digital marketing in English. Right. On Instagram. And, and YouTube. And TikTok specifically has fewer posts and reach than hashtag marketing, In Spanish. In Spanish. So there is an explosion of Latin content, specifically in the marketing world. Alex : (20:43) Let's talk a little bit about how you guys came together on that, on, on that podcast and how you, how you're essentially a supporter and sponsor of, of, of Mau a show. Yeah, absolutely. So, checking with Maido, Eric: (20:52) So I was in Las Vegas, I was actually out there for the Latin Grams week. Mm-hmm. . And, uh, we were also, the same thing, doing an activation, cuz I'm always big on just marketing.Eric: (21:38) And I'm the type of person, I always like to invest into people. I'd rather invest into people first before I invest into anything else. Because for me it's almost like, alright, again, I rather go to war with people.Alex : (23:13) You guys are very connected. You get, you're in every event ever. Like everEric: (23:22) Listen, at the end of the day, for me, it's always been that way with me. It's like, you know, like ma like what he was just talking about the radio station.Eric: (23:32) If you just crack the door open a little bit for me, I'm gonna find the way to get Eric: (23:36) I'm, I'ma find the way to get in there. And again, it's like, you know, I just feel like with anything like, you know, I've worked with different artists and stuff like that, like, you know, top tier artists, like people like Puff Daddy, Jay-Z, Nas, and that's one thing, you know, I'm a big observer. Alex : (24:27) When I was younger, I was trying to figure out ways to get in. How do I communicate, how do I bring something to the table?Eric: (26:08) So yeah, before I got into the products and stuff like that, as a barber, ironically enough, like just networking, you know, I met this gentleman by the name of Curtis Smith.Eric: (28:13) We did a whole tour with me, him, and Snoop, where we literally did 30 cities in Europe and I would just like his barber. Eric: (31:10) Yeah. I was like, yo, this just got real. Like, I'm not going out to like, yo, I gotta figure this out. So I started going to production. I was like I started to get on my Puff Daddy. I was like, yo, where are the outlets? I was like, I need an extension card. Eric: (34:08) Artists would just come to his house and I'd be there like, Hey, can you cut up this guy? You know, can you cut up this guy? And it's like, all right.Alex : (34:29) What was the catalyst? Right? So you're, you're, you're, you're hanging out with all these guys, you're doing business with all these guys. Alex : (36:33) What was the first product of Pacinos?Eric: (36:34) My Pomade Yeah. And then the matte. Yeah. The pomade was, again one of the biggest reasons because it used to work on me, and then all of a sudden when I found out there was a matte paste that would still give you a hold but wouldn't give you like that shiny look.Alex : (37:32)Did you start selling first before you were a rockstar? Eric: (37:39) Well here's the thing. It's like for me it's like I've always just felt like if I push, if I pushed this brand enough, somebody's gonna take notice. Eric: (38:33) And so doing that, I caught the attention of a gentleman that basically sells to Target.Eric: (40:22) Yeah. And I told him, I said, Well, everybody keeps telling me like 75% of the shoppers that target is women, so how are we gonna win that space? And he was like, What you're doing, there's a need for it. It'll happen. Yeah. And sure enough, he had just got that position to be able to pitch like that.Alex : (41:53) So the question for you, for somebody at home that's watching this, and this is heavily inspired by, by your story, Eric, what are a few things, maybe a handful of things that you recommend to somebody who's looking to start a consumer package brand that wants to get out there? What are the, like the pillars that they should have like locked in before they even consider maybe doing an approach to one of these big retailers? Eric: (42:16) That's a good question. I'd say the first thing is to understand, really understand what you're trying to sell. Mm-hmm. , that's just number one. Alex : (45:43) Yeah. So what I'm catching from everything you're saying is to have a quality product, understand who you're selling to, and why they're buying. Yep. Create great content. Absolutely. Understand that social media is important, right? Yep. What else am I missing? Ads. Ads, Right? Understand marketing, Alex : (47:33) I love how you guys support each other. I fuck with that. Eric: (50:18) I'm just a firm believer of like, you take care of those people who take care of you.Alex : (53:47) Question, how long has this been, how has this brand been alive? Eric: (53:51) I'd say since 2012. Mm-hmm. It's been, uh, 10 years now since we started it. But I'd say our biggest break was probably like in 2016 when we got on target.com.Alex : (54:28)Now to finalize, you're in all these great locations. Do you have anything on your wishlist of anything, anywhere you would like your products to ultimately be? Eric: (54:39) I'd say probably just, I wanna tap into Asia. Well, we actually got into Asia. We were in Aloft stores and there's another store called like in Japan. Alex : (55:08)I love learning from guys like you. Like, you know, it's, that's why I do this podcast, you know, people are learning with me so whoever's listening right now watching, they're learning from what you're talking about. Alex : (58:31) First of all, make sure if you speak Spanish and you like entertainment, you like content, you like anything related to the entertainment industry, check our Mauricio.Alex : (59:30) All right y'all, this is hustle inspires hustle. We're in Miami today, honoring Pacinos and honoring these two great guys!Power Quotes: Alex : (16:17) “Hard work beats talent. When talent doesn't work hard.”Eric: (23:32) “If you just crack the door open a little bit for me, I'm gonna find the way to get.”Alex : (24:52) “People will remember you because of your word, because of your work ethic, because of your empathy.”Eric: (49:03) “I don't think anything in this life means anything. If you're not able to give back to those who like really were there for.”Resources Mentioned: Pacinos websiteEric's InstagramMauro's PodcastHustle Inspires Hustle websiteSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Clicks and Bricks Podcast
Creating and Selling Digital Products for the Right Market with Destinicopp.com

Clicks and Bricks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 36:52


Clicks and Bricks Podcast Learn more about the Entrepreneur mindset as Ken shares a very insightful conversation with Destini Copp. In this episode, they will discuss the following: ● Destini's journey from being an adjunct faculty member to being the CEO of Destinicopp.com ● How Destini surpasses the challenges of being a Digital Marketer ● Destini's advice to people on how to turn their ideas into reality and overcome Impostor Syndrome About Destini: Destini Copp is a former University Professor and is now the CEO and founder of Destinicopp.com. About destinicopp.com Destinicopp.com is helping entrepreneurs to grow their businesses and scale their revenues through digital products. They specialize in providing services for generating successful online courses. Destinicopp.com also helps business owners to sell their digital products like online courses, to the right students or audience. Cotnact Destini linkedin.com/in/destinicopp Destinicopp.com Contact Ken: inlink.com/ken hello@kencox.com Text: 314-370-2871 #GetTOWork Connect with Us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clicksandbrickspodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clicksandbrickspodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ClicksBricksPodcast Website: https://clickandbrickspodcast.com #businesspodcast #founderstories #entrepreneurship #entrepreneur Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Mental Health Toolbox Podcast
Help More People With Digital Products (Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Blied) - Faces Of Health

The Mental Health Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 56:42


Ep. 63 Do you wish you could help more people as a mental health professional? Then stick around, because in this episode of the mental health toolbox, we are talking with clinical psychologist Dr. Monica Blied, who shares with us her journey of learning how to help more people with digital mental health products. She has created her own mental health app, called Faces Of Health, as well as online courses and a YouTube Channel.   Connect with Dr. Blied  Website: https://drblied.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXZhL4l3cNWg4Sbx9upO4RQ?view_as=subscriber Lin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drblied/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.blied/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drblied/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/facesofhealth/ ******************

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#250: Create an Easy Passive Income Stream With These 10 Tips

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 46:18


Let 2023 be the year of passive income. In this podcast episode with Morgan Nield, we talk about how to create an easy passive income stream with these 10 tips. I define passive income as "making money while you sleep." This is why I'm such a big fan of bloggers selling digital products (ebooks, guides, templates, workshops, courses, etc.) because these products can be a great way to start building consistent passive income online. Morgan and I talk about how she teaches people to create quick and easy online courses. Many of you know, I'm not a fan of people spending lots of time creating online courses and classes because there they take a lot of resources upfront, and you don't know if they will pay off. Morgan and I, however, see eye to eye on how she teaches course-building. Her strategy is all about: Validating your course idea before you create anything Preselling your course Building off of where you find traction Getting feedback from your customers Avoiding shiny object syndrome Giving your customers a quick win And much more! If you're looking to tap into new passive income ideas in 2023, I think you'll find this episode unbelievably valuable. Show Notes Digital Product WORKSHOP REPLAY – How to Turn on a New Income Stream MiloTreeCart MiloTree Pop-Up App Morgan Nield Simplify Your Sales Podcast Join Jillian's Newsletter to Hear about the MiloTreeCart Black Friday Sale Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Other Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes You'll Like: How to Sell and Win Big on Etsy with Morgan Nield The Truth About Courses Vs. Memberships with Alisa Meredith Why the Blogging Riches are in the Niches with HollyAnne Knight (Part 1) How to Launch a Successful Course Through Trial and Error with HollyAnne Knight (Part 2) Imagine a world where growing your social media followers and email list was easy… If you are looking for ways to grow your community whether that be email whether that be social media, right now head to Milotree.com install the MiloTree app on your blog and it will do the work for you. Let it do the heavy lifting for you. Let it pop up in front of your visitors and ask them to follow you on Instagram Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, join your list, check out the exit intent but really get your community growing. And we'd love to help you with MiloTree. And I will see you here again next week. Sign up for MiloTree now and get your first 30 DAYS FREE!

The Art of Marketing Operations
Optimizing the Healthcare Digital Experience

The Art of Marketing Operations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 32:37 Transcription Available


When it comes to balancing between utilizing and protecting personal data, there is probably no area more fraught for marketing professionals than the healthcare industry. With changes to regulations protecting personal data, digital experiences can struggle to keep pace with in-person patient care. Christ Dufresne, VP of Digital Products and Marketing Technology at Allina Health , is working to streamline the modern digital experience for everyone in the healthcare industry. He sees value in leveraging what retail and other industries have fine tuned already to make our digital healthcare more efficient and in-tune with patient needs. Join us as Glenn and Chris discuss: How to be good stewards of healthcare data and driving robust marketing agendas that are in compliance with new government regulations Personalizing the healthcare experience to protect data, but still use digital and marketing technology to benefit the patient experience Apart from protecting personal data, understanding the need to be less… creepy when it comes to targeted marketing regarding health matters.

Hustle Inspires Hustle
Growing Your Audience As An Independent Artist Ft. Andrew Southworth With Alex Quin

Hustle Inspires Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 40:55


Growing Your Audience As An Independent Artist Ft. (Andrew Southworth) With (Alex Quin)Episode Summary: As independent artists, it's important to learn how to grow your audience in order to build a sustainable career. In this episode of The Hustle Inspires Hustle Podcast, host Alex Quin interviews artist Andrew Southworth on how to create and execute a plan to expand your reach as an independent artist. They discuss the importance of using platforms such as Youtube, Facebook, and Instagram to spread your reach and strategies for using NFTs to engage with your audience. If you're an artist, you wouldn't want to miss this!Wisdom Nuggets: 1. Branch Out Around Things That Are Already WorkingIf you are growing your music career and want to find new ways to connect with your fans, look for things that are already working and try to branch out from there. For example, if you have a strong social media following on one platform, try using other platforms to reach even more people. Try to avoid going through uncharted territory and instead focus on areas that will help you multiply your efforts.2. Be ConsistentOne of the best pieces of advice for growing your audience is to be consistent with your content. When you are consistently putting out high-quality content, people will start to take notice and become more interested in following you3. Embrace Latest Tech InnovationsNFTS, Virtual reality, and other new technologies offer great opportunities for artists to engage with their fans in new and exciting ways. By embracing these latest tech innovations, you can reach a wider audience and create more engaging content.Podcast Outline: Alex: (00:40) What's up y'all? I'm Alex Quinn. And we're back with another episode of the Hustle Inspires Hustle podcast. On today's episode, we have Andrew Southworth. What's up, Andrew? Andrew : (00:51) Hey, how's it going, man? Alex: (01:30) So you love all this stuff. You love music, you, you love marketing. Let's talk a little bit about what you do in your passions, man. Andrew : (01:36) Yeah, so a lot of people know me from my YouTube channel, which is just my name Andrew Southworth, where I share essentially how I'm marketing my music and how I'm navigating the music industry as a music artist. Andrew : (01:50) I got like 12,000 followers on Spotify and like 30,000 monthly listeners. I've, I've sold like hundreds of CDs, you know, so I'm like an active artist and nice on my YouTube channel.Alex: (02:20) It's actually pretty dope, pretty rad that you're doing both. A lot of people don't take the time to understand, and you know, when people think about music, it's like, Oh, I hear a song, I see a music video done.Alex: (03:03) People know you, not only for music, but also for marketing, so that you respect the fact that you're able to back that up.Andrew : (03:48) What I actually do as a musician is post on social media every day, learn how to edit videos, learn blender to make graphic arts, learn how to use Facebook ads, learn how to use YouTube ads. You know, and that's kind of the reality that modern musicians have to deal with.Alex: (04:19) How did this all start for you? Like, what did you always know you wanted to be an artist? Andrew : (04:22) Yeah, I mean, at least since I was like 12 years old when I started learning how to play guitar, that was, that's kind of when the addiction started. Alex: (06:32) Right. So who are, like, who are, who inspired you to, like, who are those people that inspired you to become a musician? Like what, what genre was it?Andrew : (06:40) Well, originally, most of my music history was in like metal and specifically like progressive metal.Alex: (07:58) Well, these days, everybody makes you see things online, they may look simple to do, but the whole back mechanism of how to do everything is pretty sophisticated. But you know, once you've built enough businesses, once you've had enough experience working on different types of projects, it's much easier to be able to create systems.Alex: (08:54) When you grow businesses, it's good to to to grow in areas that, you know, are that directly or indirectly help your existing business. You know, some people go completely left field and start something else, which is totally fine, but I like to build legs around things I know already working to continue to create solutions for the people working with me or working for me. Andrew : (09:13) Yeah. That's kind of what I've been trying to do. Like originally when I was doing the music marketing stuff eventually, but, well I already had a YouTube channel at that point. Like I, I was teaching screening lessons for years and I switched to music production tutorialsAlex: (12:36) There's this book, I don't know if you've read it, but I recently bought it on Amazon, I think I've mentioned it in a few episodes. It's called Music Marketing by, I think, Mike King; he's pretty badass, man. There's a lot of great stuff in there. Alex: (14:07) How can an artist, how, how can a music artist market their song or album today, specifically from your experience online, Facebook ads, Instagram ads, YouTube ads, what's currently working for artists? Andrew : (14:19) Yeah, a lot of that will depend on what their current situation is and what their budget is. But, like, just as a general answer, what I've seen worked best and what works best for me and what I've seen work best for others is, well, it's kind of goal-dependent.Andrew : (14:33) If you want to grow your streams on Spotify, Apple Music, et cetera, then use Facebook conversion ads where you send people to a landing page.Alex: (19:47) Hey, I just wanted to jump in real quick to tell you about how to train yourself in organization, balancing your priorities, developing successful habits, and, most importantly, having a better mindset. I'm giving free access to resources and materials on business management and self-development. Go to hustle inspires hustle.com/app to get access. Alex: (21:12) So let me ask you something. Let's say I'm an artist right now; I could only advertise on one social media platform. Where would you send me, where would you direct me if it was you? Like if it was your project that you're leading? Andrew : (21:23) It would be Facebook ads.Andrew : (21:49) When you're trying to send people to another platform, I found Google ads and YouTube ads aren't nearly as good as Facebook ads.Alex: (25:25) I believe the success of any NFT campaign is the culture and the follow-up. A lot of these artists are just, you know, doing cash grabs, and these NFTs should have utility, right? Andrew : (26:50) That's a really good point. And that's something I've thought of too, where, where the, NFT like the technology's really cool, you know, you can, you can do a lot of stuff with it. Alex: (28:43) And I just, you know, see a day, one day maybe potentially you go into your Oculus, right? And you walk, you're walking down this metaverse where everybody has land or whatever, they're out building, right? And you can just, you just choose to, to buy skin to see how, how it is that you're gonna look maybe during di same walk that you're having and people are seeing you wear a certain outfit in the ambiance. Alex: (30:21) The entertainment industry has grown in so many directions. There was a small pause during all that time, but now you're seeing concerts, tickets, cost, triple, quadruple, five times what they cost before for the same exact thing. Which is a lot allowing for a lot more development. Alex: (31:57) I just recently interviewed Russ, and he was talking all about that. It was a really dope interview just to see, you know, how far he's grown being an independent artist and following that business modelAndrew : (34:05) Before the times of digital advertising, it's like if you wanted to get the word out about your independent music product, like what are you gonna do? Buy a television ad or radio ad, it's gonna cost you like five grand, 10 grand, like higher, higher a publicist or whatever. Andrew : (34:21) As an independent artist, even with 300 bucks a month, like you can actually grow your audience, you know, which is kind, it's a great time to be an artist. Andrew : (34:49) You can, a lot of people I know, and even for a lot of my music when I was starting off with this, I would plan for like a, I would be dropping a song every month or two, and I'd give your song like a $300 budget.Alex: (35:50) If you could use Facebook and Instagram to focus on one streaming platform, would that be Spotify?Andrew : (36:06) Yeah, definitely. Cuz Spotify has the best, well, one has the biggest user base by like a long shot, but two, it has the most discoverability tools built into it. Alex: (37:10) Are you using YouTube shorts for any of your existing campaigns or existing marketing efforts for music artists? Alex: (38:53) Andrew. Listen, we've come to the end of our episode, but I would love to have you back soon. This has been one of my favorite conversations. I, I love your experience, I love everything that you're working on, man. Alex: (39:09) Thank you guys so much for supporting the podcast. We're going on year three. We have a ton of you guys listening in over a hundred countries right now. Very excited about that. Thank you so much guys, for supporting us. Power Quotes: Alex: (09:06) I like to build legs around things I know already working to continue to create solutions for the people working with me or working for me. Alex: (25:25) I believe the success of any NFT campaign is the culture and the follow-up. A lot of these artists are just, you know, doing cash grabs, and these NFTs should have utility,Andrew: (34:05) Before the times of digital advertising, it's like if you wanted to get the word out about your independent music product….. It could cost up to 10 Grand. As an independent artist today, even with 300 bucks a month, you can actually grow your audience.Resources Mentioned: Music Marketing bookHustle Inspires Hustle InstagramHustle Inspires Hustle websiteAndrew Southworth YoutubeSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#249: Grow Your Blog By Niching Down

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 31:39


Did you know you could build a better blog by niching down? Today, on the Blogger Genius Podcast, I'm interviewing Kate Shungu, from the blog, Gift of Hospitality. It took Kate a couple of tries to find her niche but once she did, she was able to explode her growth. Kate ultimately pivoted her food blog to: "vintage recipes for the modern cook." Having such a good niche gave Kate directions. And what she's found is the constraints of not being able to write about everything has helped her. And as a busy mom, not having to do everything, has made her blogging life easier. If you are wondering whether niching down can help you achieve your blogging goals, this episode is a must! Show Notes Digital Product WORKSHOP REPLAY – How to Turn on a New Income Stream MiloTreeCart MiloTree Pop-Up App Gift of Hospitality Join Jillian's Newsletter to Hear about the MiloTreeCart Black Friday Sale Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Other Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes You'll Like: Secret Ways to Monetize Your Blog with Corinne Schmitt & Christina Hitchcock The Best Blog Content Tools You've The Best Blog Content Tools You've Never Heard Of with Britt Reber Boost Your Blog Traffic by Building Your Authority with Christine Pittman Imagine a world where growing your social media followers and email list was easy… If you are looking for ways to grow your community whether that be email whether that be social media, right now head to Milotree.com install the MiloTree app on your blog and it will do the work for you. Let it do the heavy lifting for you. Let it pop up in front of your visitors and ask them to follow you on Instagram Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, join your list, check out the exit intent but really get your community growing. And we'd love to help you with MiloTree. And I will see you here again next week. Sign up for MiloTree now and get your first 30 DAYS FREE!

Hustle Inspires Hustle
How to build a thriving business Ft. Michelle Seiler Tucker with Alex Quin

Hustle Inspires Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 35:50


HOW TO BUILD A THRIVING BUSINESS FT. (MICHELLE SEILER TUCKER) WITH (ALEX QUIN)Episode Summary: In this podcast episode, Host, Alex Quin, sits down with Michelle Seiler Tucker to discuss how to build a strong and successful business. Michelle is a bestselling author and a leading authority on buying, selling, fixing, and growing businesses. She and Alex discuss common mistakes that businesses make, how to find your superpower, and the importance of always learning and adapting. They also talk about the importance of having the right people in your corner and how to make sure you're never too comfortable with where your business is at. This episode is packed with useful information for any business owner or entrepreneur.Wisdom Nuggets: 1. Don't Have One Income Stream As A BusinessThe biggest mistake that people make is not having multiple income streams as a business. If you only have one source of income, and that dries up, then your whole business is at risk. The best way to protect yourself is to have multiple income streams so that if one dries up, you've got others to fall back on.For example, during the pandemic, many restaurants had to shut down because people were not going out to eat. However, some restaurants with other income streams, such as delivery or take-out, could stay afloat.2. Without People, A Business Won't Stay AfloatA business is only as good as its people. If you don't have good people working for you, then your business will eventually fail. It's important to invest in your employees and make sure that they are happy and motivated.3. Find Your Superpower And Focus On ItEveryone has a superpower, something that they're really good at. Find your superpower and focus on it. Don't try to be everything to everyone; just focus on what you do best.4. Document Everything And Have A System In PlaceIf you want your business to run like a well-oiled machine, then you need to have a system in place for everything. Document everything so that anyone can do it, and have a system for every task, no matter how small.Podcast Outline: Alex: (00:40) What's up, everyone? This is Alex Quinn, and you're listening to the Hustle Inspires Hustle podcast. On this week's episode, we have Michelle Seiler Tucker, finally back on here after so many tries.Alex: (01:11) You're an extremely busy woman, so I appreciate your time. I love what you have going on with your business. I love your book.Michelle: (01:30) I've been in this industry for about 22 years, and before I did M and A, I specialized in franchise sales, franchise consulting, and franchise development.Alex: (04:04) So you've, you've pretty much compiled your 22 years of experience so far and put it into this book to help people currently running a businessMichelle: (04:22) That right? Yeah. Right. Yes. But here's the deal. You always wanna prepare your business to sell.Alex: (06:43) So your specialty is to team up with business owners, scaling their business, preparing them for a potential exit, and pretty much handholding them through that whole process. Alex: (06:53) Does your book, do you usually give your clients and or partners, however, you may refer to them, your book and, and your systems to read and, and go through before you guys even begin any type of work? Michelle: (07:04) You know, that's a good question. So we have a couple of different methods. You know, we sell businesses that are ready to sell. We have a Road to Exit rich program, in which we do require them to read the book first. Mm-hmm. Michelle: (07:34) It's my job to tell your baby's not as pretty as you think it is. And it's nowhere we're close to what you think you want to get out of it.Michelle: (08:34) And buyers don't give a “you know what” about what you need. Yeah. No, buyers only care about what the value means to them.Alex: (08:44) Exactly. And what they need Michelle: (10:16) If you build your business with the proper infrastructure, what we call the six Ps, and the first P in the six Ps is people. Mm-hmm. Okay. You don't build a company, you build people, and people build the company.Michelle: (10:32) It's asking the who question, who opens the door? When is marketing, who handles quality control, manufacturing, distribution, legal, and accounting? And the list goes on and on.Alex: (11:28) Also, like I get to see a lot of businesses, given that I work in a digital marketing agency, I operate budgets for all types of businesses. And you'd be surprised how many people don't have sales systems, processes, or customer journeys.Michelle: (13:02) And the number one reason why 70% of businesses are going out of business is lack of aim. The aim is always to innovate, and market business owners become complacent.Michelle: (14:32) Amazon did this in the eighties, and I said, we're in a book fulfillment business. And then they said, Hmm, what are our superpowers? What's our secret sauce? What do we do better than everybody else? And Amazon said We do fulfillment better than everybody else. That's our superpower. Right? Michelle: (15:03) And that really catapulted Amazon to the very next level. And most business owners don't do that.Michelle: (15:21) And the other most important thing is you have to have congruent revenue streams. You can't just have one way you get paid. That's why the restaurant hospitality industry was affected so much during this pandemic. Because how do restaurants get paid? People come in and eat or take food to go, Right?Alex: (16:44) Definitely don't wanna put all your eggs in one basket. Sp for me, on the agency side, during the pandemic, it was crazy because many of our clients were restaurants and clubs. So you can imagine how that was; it was just an instant, like turning off the switch.Alex: (20:07) The only fact is that you gotta wake up every day, have a positive attitude, work hard, don't screw people over, and just keep, keep your business moving, keep helping your clients out. Keep providing a good product or service that solves problems or, you know, creates solutions for people. Michelle: (21:01) I don't like firing. I never, I don't really fire clients, you know, especially if they'll start listening. , the biggest reason for me to ever fire a client is cause you don't listen. Alex: (21:30) It's good to be able to regroup cuz then when you find yourself backed up against the wall, like with your business or in a specific industry, it allows you to really maybe rethink your product service, your offer.Michelle: (23:39) Amazon needs to keep its brand promise it's a two-day prime. Yeah. Yeah. And that's another thing is brand promise and brand integrity. Michelle: (24:50) Subscription model is good, but you know what, how many clients do you really have paying you versus how much insurance are you doing? We have chiropractic clinics, so I can answer this really well. Michelle: (25:36) Also, marketing companies, you know, we have a marketing company's got 2000 clients on a subscription model.Alex: (25:43) That's a completely different model than my agency model. Yeah. I, I started off, like, when I first started the agency, I started off saying like, yes to everybody and just having a ton of clients, and then I slowly started phasing out towards only finding the right, like, a perfect client for me.Alex: (26:03) But there's no right or wrong answer there. Right.Alex: (26:47) So what do you think about, like, what do you say to the people that are just like in love married to their business? This is my life. There's no way I could survive without this. There's no way I could sell it. Like, what is your usual objection handle for that? Michelle: (27:11) Right, though. I mean, I do; I say get a life because it's, you know, business owners will come to me all the time and say, it's my baby's my baby, and they got three small babies at home. I'm like, no, you babies are at home. Go home, hug them, kiss them, love them.Michelle: (29:52) If you're not good at recruiting, if you're not good at training, management, leadership, then you need to get somebody that is human resource manager, CIO. You need to get somebody that has those skills that you don't possess. And let's face it, a lot of business owners are not always the best leaders. Alex: (34:20) Hey, you're a total rock star, Michelle; thank you so much for sharing with us. Everyone listening; if you didn't get a chance to catch that, head over to hustle inspires hustle.com/podcast and find the episode, Michelle. Everything will be linked on the show notes. Alex: (35:09) Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Hustle Inspires Hustle podcast. I'd appreciate it if you could share, leave, review, and subscribe to the show.Power Quotes: “Buyers don't give a “you know what” about what you need. Yeah. No, buyers only care about what the value means to them.” - Michelle Seiler Tucker “If you're not good at recruiting, or if you're not good at training…..You need to get somebody that has those skills that you don't possess.” - Michelle Seiler TuckerResources Mentioned: Seiler Tucker WebsiteExit The Rich BookHustle inspires hustle websiteSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie
#248: Sell Anything With This Email Sequence

The Blogger Genius Podcast with Jillian Leslie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 49:08


Kate Doster, email marketing specialist, share how to sell anything with this email sequence. You'll want to have notebook handy. Kate breaks down how to lead your potential customer on a journey as you speak to their needs, share the benefits of your product, talk to your potential customers' objections, answer their frequently asked questions, and ultimately get the sale. In this episode Kate talks about: Why email performs better than social media for sales Why we value what we pay for Why moms struggle with selling Why we want to mirror our customers' lives back to them in what we write Why you want to offer money back guarantees And so much more!! If you are looking for an email sales sequence that converts, this is it! Copy this sequence! Show Notes Digital Product WORKSHOP REPLAY – How to Turn on a New Income Stream MiloTreeCart MiloTree Pop-Up App Kate Doster Kate Doster's 2 Years of Emails Join Jillian's Newsletter Become a Blogger Genius Facebook Group All Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes Subscribe to the Blogger Genius Podcast iTunes Stitcher YouTube Spotify Amazon Music Women Aren't Bad at Technology, Technology is Bad for Women Hello, my friends. Welcome back to the Blogger Genius Podcast. I am your host, Jillian Leslie. I have been building blogs and businesses online since 2009 when David, my husband and I started Catch My Party. And since then, we've launched our MiloTree pop-up app. And now, MiloTreeCart, which is the easiest way for you female creators to sell digital products to your audience, like digital downloads, or workshops or memberships, coaching courses, you can do it all with MiloTreeCart. It's so interesting. I was on a bunch of coaching calls this week, and I kept hearing a theme. Women telling me they were bad at tech. And I want you to know I feel that way sometimes about myself. But the truth is, I think tech is bad at us. I don't think that tech pros are building platforms, tools for females, for women. And guess what we are because I understand what it's like to be a creator wearing so many hats having to manage so many platforms. So, our philosophy is always how can we get you up and selling within 10 minutes with sales pages that are seriously fill in the blank. This is where you get to put B- work to the test, go start putting products up and seeing if your audience wants to buy them. And we listened to you because you said you wanted a lifetime deal one time payment. That's it, you own it forever. You can buy MiloTreeCart right now for our introductory price. At $349. We offer a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee. So, there is no risk, head to milotreecart.com to sign up and to no longer feel that you are bad at technology. Other Blogger Genius Podcast Episodes You'll Like: #126: How To Show Up Authentically And Sell To Your List with Kate Doster #021: How To Set Up An Easy and Effective Email Sales Funnel with Kate Doster (Part 2) #020: Why Email Marketing is Exciting and Easy with Kate Doster (Part 1) Imagine a world where growing your social media followers and email list was easy… If you are looking for ways to grow your community whether that be email whether that be social media, right now head to Milotree.com install the MiloTree app on your blog and it will do the work for you. Let it do the heavy lifting for you. Let it pop up in front of your visitors and ask them to follow you on Instagram Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, join your list, check out the exit intent but really get your community growing. And we'd love to help you with MiloTree. And I will see you here again next week. Sign up for MiloTree now and get your first 30 DAYS FREE!

Influencer Secrets
Ep 26. We hit 7 figures in sales to our digital products...how we did it!

Influencer Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 26:14 Transcription Available


ICA is open for enrollment for a short period of time here! https://digitalincomefamily.com/ica-sales-page-2022Years ago it became my goal to become a seven figure digital entrepreneur. Honestly, it was for no other reason than to prove it to myself that I can still be a present mother, grow an online business, AND become financially free all from the comfort of my laptop. Weirdly enough I had heard about affirmations and started saying out loud everyday..."I will become a millionaire by the time I'm 30." I even started singing a little song in my head to that tune like a psycho. Now, not everything in life is about just that, but...I knew that if we didn't focus our efforts on it, that nothing in our life would change. As Tony Robbins says, "Where focus goes energy flows" and that couldn't be more true for us.In today's podcast episode, we talk about the lessons and failures along the way to seven figures! Think you're ready to start your own online course or coaching program but just need a little bit more info? Book a call at this link here to figure out your exact next steps! https://calendly.com/hpj-courses/digital-income-family-free-strategy-hpytSign up for our FREE 100k in 12 months challenge! Learn how to start from ZERO and earn a full time income online in a year here: https://digitalincomefamily.com/100k-challenge-evergreen

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast
378: Monetizing as a Food Creator Through Digital Products, Cookbooks, and Ads with Tessa Arias

The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 57:29


Diversifying your revenue streams, selling digital products, and finding your niche as a food creator with Tessa Arias from Handle the Heat. ----- Welcome to episode 378 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, Bjork interviews Tessa Arias from Handle the Heat about the unique ways she monetizes her business as a food creator. Monetizing as a Food Creator Today, we're really excited to share this conversation with Tessa! She's a professionally trained chef, cookbook author, and blogger behind the site Handle the Heat, and she is a big proponent of diversifying your income streams as a food creator. In this episode, you'll hear how she sells both physical and digital products on her blog, her best tips for those who want to start selling digital products like courses, why she doesn't want to rely entirely on ad revenue, and more. Tessa's story is so inspiring, and she offers some really insightful advice for other food creators in this conversation. If you've been looking for some unique ways to monetize your business, you won't want to miss this episode! In this episode, you'll learn: Why Tessa decided to launch her food blog How she narrowed down her content focus and landed on her niche Why she focuses so much on diversifying her income streams How she sells physical and digital products Her best tip for those who want to start offering digital products What tools she uses to run her online course Why she decided to expand her team How she manages her weeks and optimizes her time Resources: Handle the Heat Shop Handle the Heat The Magic of Baking course Angelfire StumbleUpon Sur La Table BlogHer AdThrive Mediavine LearnDash Kajabi Teachable Thinkific Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World Run Like Clockwork Loom Follow Tessa on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest Join the Food Blogger Pro Podcast Facebook Group If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership

The Fighting Entrepreneur
How I Sold My First $100,000 With Digital Products

The Fighting Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 16:18


Today, I'm sharing the personal story of how I got started selling digital products back in 2004, and how I had my first breakthrough moment.   Believe it or not, an online stranger walked me through the process of getting my first sales online after I had been struggling for months!   After getting those first sales, I would learn 4 key lessons that helped me bring in my first $100,000 with digital products…   How to find the right offers… Creating an effective pre-sales page… Offering bonuses to customers… Making money with a small amount of traffic…   And these are lessons I still use today!    Check it out!

Serve Scale Soar
It's Easier Than You Think: How to Use Digital Products to Take Your Business Income to the Next Level with Monica Froese

Serve Scale Soar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 45:33


Have you ever wondered about adding a Shopify store to your website to increase your income? In this episode of Serve Scale Soar®, I sat down with Monica Froese to talk about how to easily increase your income with a Shopify store. If you have no interest in creating a course or membership or anything like that, stay with us! I truly believe this is a great way to add a few extra hundred or thousand dollars to your account every month without having to actually create anything new. Monica is a digital product coach for women business owners and host of the popular podcast, Empowered Business. She has an MBA degree in finance and marketing and runs two brands Redefining Mom, a site for helping women find their identity outside of motherhood, and Empowered Business, where she empowers women to create financial independence through building 6-figure digital product businesses. She spent 11 years working for a Fortune 100 company running multi-million dollar marketing campaigns with large brands like Microsoft and HP. Now she provides online marketing education to small businesses that are looking to build a profitable revenue stream through digital products through her online programs and podcast.There is so much potential with digital products, and if you already have an email list, you could be leaving money on the table by not starting your shop. Tune in to learn more about how to do it! Find the full show notes at www.brandimowles.com/162Resources Mentioned:Visit Monica's website: https://monicafroese.com/sssFollow Monica on Facebook: https://facebook.com/monicanfroeseFollow Monica on Instagram: https://instagram.com/monica.froeseConnect with Monica on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/monicafroeseAdditional Resources:Ready to scale to consistent 10k months without growing a team, hiring contractors or creating a course? Then it's time for you to Scale with Simplicity®.  Find out more >> https://brandimowles.com/join-serve-scale-soarFollow the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/serve-scale-soar/id1477998650Follow Brandi on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brandimowlesFollow Brandi on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Brandiandcompany

Frugal Friends Podcast
Frugal Side Hustle: Digital Products with Ellie Diop

Frugal Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 55:06 Very Popular


Digital connectedness has become more prevalent these past few years as a result of the pandemic that struck us. Our guest, Ellie shares how answering questions online, and making social media content and digital products have saved her financial life. Join us as we get inspired by one's story of commitment, consistency, and perseverance.