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Madhavan Ramanujam is a senior partner at Simon-Kucher, where he works with tier-one tech companies like Uber, Asana, and LinkedIn to help them develop their pricing and monetization strategies. He's also the author of the most widely read book on pricing strategy, Monetizing Innovation. In today's podcast, we talk about all the elements that go into your pricing strategy. Madhavan gives real-life examples of having conversations about “willingness to pay,” how segmentation should impact your pricing, and when to start thinking about pricing. He also shares tips on how behavioral pricing impacts your thinking, how to restructure your pricing during a downturn, and much more.—Find the full transcript here: https://www.lennyspodcast.com/the-art-and-science-of-pricing-madhavan-ramanujam-monetizing-innovation-simon-kucher/#transcript—Thank you to our wonderful sponsors for making this episode possible:• Lemon.io—a marketplace of vetted software developers. Get your match within 48h: https://lemon.io/lenny• Mixpanel—product analytics that everyone can trust, use, and afford: https://mixpanel.com/startups• Miro—a collaborative visual platform where your best work comes to life: https://miro.com/lenny—Where to find Madhavan Ramanujam:• Twitter: https://twitter.com/madhavansf• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/madhavan-ramanujam-1533063/• Website: https://www.simon-kucher.com/en-us/leadership—Where to find Lenny:• Newsletter: https://www.lennysnewsletter.com• Twitter: https://twitter.com/lennysan• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lennyrachitsky/—Referenced:• Monetizing Innovation: https://www.amazon.com/Monetizing-Innovation-Companies-Design-Product/dp/1119240867• It's Price Before Product. Period: https://review.firstround.com/its-price-before-product-period• Rahul Vohra on NFX podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCiMqVC6Dok• Leaders, Killers, and Fillers framework: https://kevinacohn.medium.com/leaders-fillers-and-killers-creating-bundles-that-work-7f4c7329cf53• Predictably Irrational: https://www.amazon.com/Predictably-Irrational-Revised-Expanded-Decisions/dp/0061353248• Preorder Unlocking Growth: https://www.amazon.com/Maximize-Profits-Prices-Products-Services/dp/1119633060• Confessions of the Pricing Man: https://www.amazon.com/Confessions-Pricing-Man-Affects-Everything/dp/B08TZPRKVY• Simon-Kucher books: https://www.simon-kucher.com/en-us/resources/books• Mastering SaaS pricing (Kyle Poyar): https://www.saas-knowledge-base.com/docs/mastering-saas-pricing-from-mvp-to-ipo• 6 Must-Reads on Pricing a Product: https://review.firstround.com/our-6-must-reads-on-pricing-a-product—In this episode, we cover:(03:24) Madhavan's background(06:29) How Madhavan got into pricing and monetization(08:02 ) Why he wrote Monetizing Innovation(09:43) Why pricing is a cross-functional discipline, but ultimately a function of product(11:27) What “willingness to pay” is, and why founders need to have conversations about it early and often(15:23) How Porsche built their SUV around customer feedback and willingness to pay(18:46) How testing helped a marketplace company avoid building something customers don't value(23:50) Several methods to use to learn willingness to pay(33:38) When and how the willingness-to-pay conversations happen(37:08) How many customers you should be talking to(38:13) When to revisit pricing(39:20) Segmentation strategies(42:42) Why you need to act differently to your segments that have different needs(44:33) When to think about segmentation(47:49) Examples of segmentation done well(52:24) The importance of dynamic segmentation(53:19) The three pricing strategies: maximizing, penetrating, and skimming(55:49) How to use bundling and packaging to unlock segmentation(59:50) Why how you charge is more important than how much(1:03:30) Subscription vs. usage (1:07:40) Pricing options and structures(1:10:22) How to run tests to see which pricing model works best(1:12:06) Focusing on benefits vs. features(1:16:13) What behavioral pricing is and why it's important(1:20:54) Tactics for behavioral pricing(1:26:33) Determining pricing thresholds (1:28:23) Tips for pricing in a depressed market(1:32:50) Madhavan's new book—Production and marketing by https://penname.co/. For inquiries about sponsoring the podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Get full access to Lenny's Newsletter at www.lennysnewsletter.com/subscribe
Coach Stephen Thomas is 58 years old and has been carnivore since his 55th birthday. He holds a BSc. (Hons.) having studied physiology and health sciences. In the UK he holds specialist practitioner status in managing Obesity and Diabetes (UK qualified) and he is also a qualified phlebotomist which means heis quite lucky in having access to blood work. His main interest in his professional life is understanding how the human body works and applying that knowledge to help people either regain health or optimise those that are already reasonably fit. His personal low-carb journey started at age 50 when he started began that way and then he did what most people do and I eventually tried Keto. The obvious progression from there was to try carnivore, it was by 55th birthday. This was also when he studied under Dr Shawn Baker at MeatRx (now Revero) to become a certified online Coach. Currently he has over 500 reviews from happy clients from that platform and from the Steak and Butter Gang too. Recently he began to document all the transformations in health and body composition and has a growing daily library of video success stories that he is immensely proud of and will be continually adding to. He has recently set up a new online community just for carnivores. It has tons of free videos all about the physiology and health benefits of eating low carb, articles, success stories and even a weekly zoom Q&A. The space is free from dogma and trolls! He'd love anyone to check it out and give feedback: https://carnivores.locals.com You can also find Steve below. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theukcarnivore/ Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/StephenThomasTheUKcarnivore Email: email@example.com Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 02:26 Carnivore on 55th birthday 03:27 Training to be a diabetes and obesity specialist practitioner 04:11 Hitting 40s 04:50 Getting chubbier 05:40 Covering carbs with insulin 06:49 Losing weight and going off meds 08:06 Misinformation 09:02 Being pre-diabetic 10:01 Being introduced to zero-carb diet 11:55 Liver, vitamin D supplements 12:51 Lab work 14:32 Athlete's foot 15:45 Hearing improved 17:22 Zero-carb diet helps with tinnitus 18:42 Inflammatory component in hearing issues 20:59 Passion for exercise 22:50 Taking a break from training 24:36 Exercise as a supplement on the carnivore diet 27:22 Exercise is free 30:10 Being stronger than ever the older you get 31:34 Overhyping veganism in the UK 36:59 Volunteering for medical trials 39:24 Following guidelines from the health authorities 41:02 The value of first-hand experience 42:58 Bias in studies 45:45 Official guidelines for diabetics 47:22 Not eating liver, organs 48:12 Gall bladder issues and ox bile supplement 50:07 Monetizing supplements 51:09 Meat in the UK 52:58 Carnivore diet on a budget 54:12 Eggs becoming scarce 55:29 Netherlands shuts farms See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
Podcasting is an amazing way to show up in front of your audience in your most authentic form completely untouched by the masks we often use on social media. This week, episode 21 of Cosmic RX Radio is about the ultimate guide to launching and monetizing your podcast!In this episode of Cosmic RX Radio, Madi Murphy and Chelsea Riffe share the beautiful self-expression that comes from podcasting and lessons Chelsea learned in her 5 years of on the platform that you can use to get ahead.
This week, Jason is joined by the 26th and most recent leading man from ABC's The Bachelor, Clayton Echard! Clayton's season aired earlier in 2022 and instantly looked as one of the more shocking, controversial, and entertaining seasons. Even though craziness ensued throughout his season and in the media, he acknowledged the area that he could have handled better, took ownership, and has since applied that to his everyday life and profession. From being an NFL player to working medical sales to reality TV star and now Health and Wellness coach, Clayton's life pre and post show has been full of a variety of earnings. Clayton provides insight on his college career into the NFL, the wide variety in pay for each career he has had, how he would be in on the surgeries while working in medical sales, and the importance of finding balance that allows him to still chase his passions. Clayton also reveals the impact of having supportive bosses, how a quarter life crisis prompted him to look for new opportunities, the difference between his process of ending up on the Bachelorette compared to Jason's, and which former Bachelorette gave him support and the best advice. Did he go back to work between filming the Bachelorette and the Bachelor? Who pushed him to continue working with his passions in mind? Did he make more money working in medical sales or The Bachelor? How much did he actually make in the NFL? Clayton reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can't afford to miss! Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group. Sponsors: Download the Match app today! Shopify.com/secrets to sign up for a free trial Get your first box for just $1.49 per meal by going to Everyplate.com/podcast and entering code 149secrets Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr Produced by Dear Media. Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
Dr. Jimmy Pruitt, an emergency medicine clinical specialist and entrepreneur, discusses what led him to start the Pharmacy and Acute Care University, how he monetized his clinical expertise through developing masterclasses, workshops, reference libraries, community forums, and webinars about the effective use of medications in the management of critically ill patients, how he has balanced the start and growth of his business while working full-time, and the role his business has played in helping him achieve his financial goals. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode YFP Planning: Financial Planning for Pharmacists Schedule a free Discovery Call with YFP Planning Pharm So Hard Podcast Pharmacy & Acute Care University KelleyCPharmD Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork by Dan Sullivan Membership Geeks Podcast YFP 265: 10 Lessons Learned: Employee to Entrepreneur The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael Gerber Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time by Rory Vaden Follow Jimmy Pruitt on Twitter: @pharmd_intheed Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
Join me and my very special guest Katrina Sawa, 10x Int'l Best-Selling Author with 16 books, Jumpstart Your Biz Coach, and Founder of JumpStartYourBizNow.com and the Int'l Speaker Network as she unveils the secret to jumpstarting yourself as a speaker to grow your business or career! Katrina is lovingly known as The JumpStart Your Biz Coach because she kicks her clients into high gear making more money doing what they love and fast. She is the creator of the JumpStart Your Marketing & Sales System, 10x International Best-Selling author with 16 books including, Love Yourself Successful, Jumpstart Your New Business Now and the Jumpstart Your _____(blank) Series. Katrina is also the CEO of Jumpstart Publishing where she helps entrepreneurs publish books that generate more clients and revenue, and she's the Founder of the International Speaker Network, a free, educational, networking group with thousands of members. Tune into this exciting episode of Stand Out & Grow to learn: 1. 6 Step System for Jumpstarting Yourself as a Dynamic, Sought After Speaker 2. The “MUST HAVES” for being prepared to get booked anytime 3. Tips for MONETIZING your talks, presentations and appearances online and offline 4. How getting more clarity around all of this will bring you more confidence to actually do it! Katrina has a no-nonsense approach to showing entrepreneurs how to develop consistently profitable businesses implementing proven marketing and business strategies. She's been featured on the Oprah and Friends XMRadioNetwork, ABC, and TheCW. Katrina was awarded the National Collaborator of the Year Award by the Public Speakers Association and a 2-time Nominee for the Wise Woman Award by the National Association of Women Business Owners. She speaks to groups of all sizes, holds live training events annually and lives in Northern California with her husband Jason and step-daughter Riley. Catch this episode of Stand Out & Grow and get your hands on Katrina's FREE trainings online at www.JumpstartYourBizNow.com/freetrainings !! Tune into this Episode of Stand Out & Grow to learn more! Find all notes at www.standoutngrow.com Find adBidtise Properties at: www.adbidtise.com www.hashtagsocialbuzz.com www.linkedin4yourbusiness.com www.katherineramirez.net Please take a moment and review us so more people can find our podcast. Thanks in advance. Kat You Got This!
I'm joined by guests Adam Curry, Oscar Merry, Gigi & Odell to discuss podcasting 2.0. Discussion Topics 00:02:39 What is value for value? 00:14:02 Monetizing content 00:18:56 Micropayments 00:23:07 Earning a living with podcasting 2.0 00:29:07 Value signal vs attention signal 00:31:26 Ads, no ads, and hybrid models 00:39:41 Onboarding 00:50:05 Permissionless nature of podcasting 2.0 00:52:30 Sponsorship and patronage 01:00:43 Monetization strategies 01:09:17 Driving adoption 01:22:51 Open standards in podcasting 2.0 01:28:30 Upcoming feature: the remote item tag 01:33:28 Transparency and statistics 01:36:03 Boost bot and the podcaster API 01:37:54 Challenges with LN and micropayments 01:40:42 Driving education 01:46:49 Audience questions 01:47:29 Podcasting 2.0 apps Links & Contacts: Website: https://bitcoin.review/Podcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/bitcoinreviewhq NVK Twitter: https://twitter.com/nvk Telegram: https://t.me/BitcoinReviewPod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Full show notes: https://bitcoin.review/podcast/2022/11/23/Episode_11.html
Josh Appelbaum reveals where the early money is heading for tonight's NBA and NHL's action. Then he let's you know the bets he's making in 'Josh's Sweats'. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Josh Appelbaum reveals where the early money is heading for tonight's NBA and NHL's action. Then he let's you know the bets he's making in 'Josh's Sweats'. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a special episode of Shift Out Loud, because my guest is someone who has inspired me to think and play bigger throughout my life — and has done the same for countless women around the world. To say that Cindy Bristow has been a game-changer for the sport of softball would be an understatement. Among other career accomplishments, she's coached multiple college teams and served as the President of the National Softball Coaches Association, Director of National Teams and Coaching Development for USA Softball, and Director of Development for the International Softball Federation, the world governing body for the sport. She's played for the Santa Ana Lionettes, serves as a color analyst for ESPN's college softball coverage, and has written books and produced videos teaching others how to excel at the sport that she loves.Cindy has been a trailblazer for her sport, carving her own professional path and reshaping how softball is coached and played worldwide. In this conversation, we dig into a few of the amazing shifts and stories she's experienced throughout her historic career — you won't want to miss it!Ready to play bigger? Listen now to discover: How she landed her role as the National Director of Junior Olympic Softball for the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) — a position that hadn't previously existedThe value of undergoing shifts that pull you back down to the novice level The training, lifestyle, and mindset shifts that set this generation of athletes apart Guest bio: Cindy Bristow has been involved in virtually every facet of softball throughout her 30+ year career, as a player, coach, leader, and educator. She's been inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame and travels the world to help increase the level of coaching and play on a global level.Timestamps:01:28 Intro03:09 Meet Cindy Bristow04:41 Goal-setting07:03 The ASA shift08:42 Public speaking story14:06 Speaking & teaching tips16:30 World Series story19:04 The Olympic shift23:03 Mother & travel stories30:53 Monetizing as a creative & shifting as a novice36:42 Regrets & superpowers40:57 Modern athletes49:29 What's next52:04 Looking backLinks:Cindy Bristowhttps://www.softballexcellence.com Discover your tactical leadership toolkit: https://www.exceptionalleaderslab.com Interested in working with me or having me speak at your event? Find more information at https://tracyspears.com Want tools and insights that will help you play bigger in your life, at work, and in your community? Visit my resource library: https://tracyspears.com/blog Connect with me:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tracylspears Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TracySpearsSpeaker Twitter: @tracylspears Instagram: @tracylspears If you love the podcast, please consider leaving a rating and review — this will help others discover how to play a bigger game and step into their fullest potential! Watch these episodes on Youtube! Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel, and ring the bell for notifications so you never miss an episode!
The Author's Leverage's Parchelle Tashi joins us to discuss what goes into turning your book into a course and other ways to further your content, monetize your ideas, and connect with your audience. Parchelle Tashi is an award winning creative entrepreneur, popular podcast host, and creator of The Author's Leverage. A former high school math teacher turned tech-preneur, she and her team specialize in creating high-end, memorable, impactful online courses for authors and creators who want to establish automated and residual revenue streams. A teacher at heart, Parchelle's personal mission is to create noteworthy learning experiences that inspire action and change. Learn more at www.theauthorsleverage.com and follow on Instagram, LinkedIn, and TikTok.Discover more about Smith Publicity at www.smithpublicity.com and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, & LinkedIn.
Jason Cercone is the Founder of Cercone Consulting, a consulting group that helps others realize the value of podcasting as a tool for growing their business. According to Jason, podcasts are the best way to establish authority in your field and build relationships. Considered the best lead generation tool today, podcasts create the opportunity to build relationships with people you would otherwise never have the opportunity to speak with. Jason's One Big Tip is that podcast hosts and guests should look at podcasts as a means to grow their business by rooting it in value for their listeners. This allows you to establish yourself or your brand as an authority in your niche. Jason's podcasting journey began in his college days when he hosted a college radio show and fell in love with the audio medium. After a short-lived podcast that focused on beer, Jason realized that this was where his passion lay. One and a half years later, Jason launched a new podcast. This time, he was armed with a strategy and techniques he gained during his hiatus. Jason learned the nuances of creating a podcast that would captivate an audience. Today Jason helps others create podcasts that flourish, sharing tactics and strategies that allow them to connect with their audience and elevate their brand. The first step in creating a successful podcast is understanding that the purpose of your podcast is to serve your brand, elevate your message and establish yourself as an authority in your niche. The more people hear your voice as either a host or a guest, and the more you align your mission with your message, the higher the probability of gaining a following. When your message resonates with others, that triggers them to follow you into the world. The potential to use a podcast to bring others into your world is vast. You want to nurture those relationships as much as possible so they become customers and advocates. All this is possible through podcasting. Most people begin podcasts because they have something they want to share, but to make your podcast lucrative, you need to know what purpose your podcast will serve for your brand. That's how you create lasting results. As a guest, you want to ensure the podcasts you appear on align with your mission. They should be helping you create content for your brand that your audience is eager to listen to. If you are a financial expert, it's not the best fit to appear as a guest on a fantasy football podcast. Because, even though you may have some valuable knowledge to share, that audience will not understand your message. To leverage podcasts for lead generation, you need to find tightly defined podcasts where the audience is there for one purpose only. This is where many people get hung up. It's not about the number of downloads a podcast has. It matters more than the audience is interested in your message. The goal is to build relationships with the people you can collaborate with. That's the way to create networking and monetization opportunities. Being an asset to an audience and positioning yourself as a resource before, during, and after the podcast should be your end goal. As a podcaster, Jason is not interested in his download statistics. Why? Because they don't serve his purpose. Instead, his focus is on finding networking opportunities. Jason advocates for all his clients to focus on their guests and build relationships with them rather than on an arbitrary download number. When you're a guest on a podcast, it's so important to ensure that the podcast message aligns with your values and content. That way, you gain a new audience.Another critical thing to mention is establishing chemistry between the host and the guest. Chemistry is something that audiences pay attention to. If the conversation isn't authentic and falls flat, neither side gains anything from the show.To build a successful podcast platform, the people you...
EP260 Rocket Fuel For Monetizing Your Summit After It Ends Ciprian Soleriu is a Romanian based entrepreneur that teaches small businesses to sell more, faster, using smart buyer persuasion tactics and technology that automates their systems. He created the biggest persuasion marketing blog in Romania (Conversion Academy) with over 20k subscribers and made over $200k selling online courses during the last year alone while also getting featured in Romania's largest media outlets: Ziarul Financiar, Adevarul, Look TV, DIGI24 (series of interviews). He is the creator of Launch With Partners virtual summit and was a guest speaker in other summits like the Webinar Mastery Summit, List Building School, etc. https://podcast.virtualsummits.com/260
This week, Eoin and Pete take the inevitable plunge into what to make of the FTX mess, and then resurface with some of the scenarios unfolding on what Elon Musk has in mind for the 250 million daily active users of Twitter. The guys also look at the hubbub around the control of Tech Nation in the UK, a Digital Dollar pilot in the US, and how the Big Tech layoffs in Ireland may be short-term pain but long-term gain. This episode of MoneyNeverSleeps is sponsored by SecuriCentrix. SecuriCentrix is a trusted cyber security company with offices in Dublin, Cape Town and London. SecuriCentrix provides expert advisory services, primarily in the finance and fintech industries, with tailored security solutions to fit your specific needs and regulatory challenges. STORIES COVERED The Casino and the Genie (Mario Gabriele, The Generalist newsletter, 13-Nov-22, h/t Packy McCormick) 5 More Disturbing Revelations About Sam Bankman-Fried (NY Magazine, 14-Nov-22) Elon Musk details his vision for a Twitter payments system (TechCrunch, 9-Nov-22) Startup founders go to war with UK government over its moves to appoint bank into key ecosystem role (TechCrunch, 15-Nov-22) Global Banks Partner With New York Fed for 12-Week Digital Dollar Pilot (Watcher Guru, 12-Nov-22), ‘I'm doing this 26 years and I've never seen anything like it': Laid-off tech staff hunt for new work (Business Post (paywall), 12-Nov-22) LINKS Leave a review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify Check out our MoneyNeverSleeps website and email us at email@example.com Follow us on Twitter: MoneyNeverSleeps | Eoin Fitzgerald | Pete Townsend --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneyneversleeps/support
Have you heard that saying, “jack of all trades, master of none”? This week's guest, Jess Amburgey calls BS on that. Jess is a multi-preneur that encourages a life of ease and enjoyment. She's a self-employed photographer, social media manager, and multi-passion business coach. Her mission is to uplift fellow “multi-minds” with monetizing their multi-passions, showing up confidently online, and breaking down money barriers - giving them the freedom to do more of what they love. What's in this episode: How Jess learned to embrace and use her variety of skills, passions and talents Limiting beliefs around pursuing multiple passions How Jess turned getting fired as the spark to starting her coaching biz Jess shares how to know how, what and when to monetize What you're potentially leaving on the table by not expanding or testing out different avenues You can connect with Jess by listening visiting her website or sending her a DM. Send me a DM @thebeamlife for her FREE worksheet download she mentioned, to help multi-minds know what to monetize. The BEAM Life Monthly Empowerment Membership, Happily Ever Now! Is OPEN! This membership was created with you in mind. The content, coaching and community are unmatched. Why wait to be happy, when you can have it now? Can't wait to see you inside! Check it out here: www.thebeamlife.com/membership Want to feel seen and form authentic connections with other like minded women? Join the BEAM Life community and start your journey: https://urlgeni.us/facebook/thebeamlifecommunity
In episode 358, Megan chats to Lauren Klein about how to pursue blogging as a hobby while still making money. Lauren is a professional dietician, who started her food blog, Piece of Lulu, mainly as a hobby and shares original recipes as well as a wealth of wellness and nutrition content. She found the process of developing her blog and helping her readers understand how to live healthier lives, extremely rewarding. In this episode, find out how to also have a rewarding experience and develop a successful food blog, while still making money yet not having the pressure of earning a full-time income. - How much time should you put into a hobby blog to make it lucrative? - Which areas are most important to focus on with limited time? - Write from inspiration and not obligation. - Break up tasks into small, easily doable steps. - Balance SEO relevant posts with what you're passionate about. - Build a community on a social media platform of your choice. Connect with Lauren Klein Website | Instagram
Monetizing your podcast is always they goal, but how do you get there? Well I asked Brad Burke how he gets sponsorships for a major radio station in Los Angeles and he gave me some great advice that I'm so happy to say worked! So take a listen and let me know how your sponsorship journey is going in the comments. Ready to #droptheish and become an entrepreneur? Watch Entrepreneur-ish every Monday Entrepreneur-ish is an autobiographical podcast about me, (Ellie) attempting to start a successful business. I discuss the life lessons I learned on my journey and interview successful entrepreneurs for advice. If you wanna see what it really looks like to become an entrepreneur subscribe to watch my journey. New episodes every Monday! Follow us on social media: https://linktr.ee/entrepreneurish --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/entrepreneurish/support
Jennifer Henczel interviews Raven, the Talk Show Maven about the Profitable Podcaster Summit. The Profitable Podcaster Summit was created, because Raven knows what it feels like to put your heart into a podcast or broadcast and love what you do, all the while wondering if the money will ever come. Starting her career in a hospital room as she sat with her mother, she knows better than most that when you learn how to utilize the right strategy, you can, indeed, profit from your podcast! Women in Podcasting Show - Get all the links mentioned in this episode, listen to the podcast and watch the videos www.womeninpodcasting.show Women in Podcasting Network is a place where women in podcasting can connect, collaborate and celebrate! Whether you're a new or seasoned podcaster, we invite you to join our community. There will be opportunities for asking questions, offering tips, sharing your episodes, calls for guests, guest applications and helping each other. Join our community for tools and strategies for monetizing your podcast and up-leveling your life: www.womeninpodcasting.net
It's time to make money from short-form video content. Tune in to find out more! Episode Introduction: In this week's episode of Law Chat with Girija, our guest Nicole Gradeless talks about the power of short-form video content and how you can get paid to create videos about topics that excite you. Episode Summary: Nicole Gradeless walks us through her journey of getting started as a YouTuber and then pivoting towards short-form video content using TikTok and Instagram Reels. She also opens up about dealing with hate comments and shares multiple tangible tips on growing your online presence. Main Takeaways: Batch recording content and scheduling it in advance is a great way to increase your efficiency and be more productive. Dealing with online hate isn't easy. You need to recentre and understand what's worth your energy. Framework for a successful short-form video: It teaches you something, or It sells you something, or It entertains you in some way. Always title your short-form videos so people instantly know what you're talking about. When you post a video and it performs well, go back and understand what about that video helped it do well and do more of that. How to Grow Your Presence Using Short-Form Video Content: Start on a platform you're comfortable with. Use a third-party editing app if you're not comfortable with using the in-app tools. Use a strong hook. Create a catchy cover image. Be consistent. Helpful Tools: CapCut - Video Editing Tool Word Swag - Fonts Tool Later - Scheduling Tool Repurpose.io - Content Repurposing Tool Fun Fact About Nicole Gradeless: She's currently reading Atomic Habits by James Clear. Find Nicole Gradeless: Website: https://hellohappymom.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hello_happy_mom/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@hello_happy_mom YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Hellohappychannel Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HelloHappyMom Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/nicolegradeless/ Book a Consultation: https://calendly.com/hellohappymama Get the visual experience, watch the videocast for the episode here: https://youtu.be/XqiP8iR9XgE Connect With Girija: Website: https://www.gbplaw.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gbplaw/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GBPLaw/ Help us mentor other entrepreneurs through the power of storytelling by rating us and leaving a positive review on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/law-chat-with-girija/id1528580730 Get the FREE Five-Day Legal Audit: https://yourcontractbuddy.com/5-day-free-legal-audit-challenge/ Join Law Chat for Entrepreneurs Free Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lawchat Get Ready To Use Contract Templates At: https://yourcontractbuddy.com/
Haley and Ken continue the conversation with Eric O'Keefe, Editor of The Land Report, to explore the different monetization strategies of the nation's leading landowners. Beyond the typical ways ranches generate income, the group will discuss a new wave of entrepreneurial ingenuity they are seeing in the field.The Land Report is the magazine of the American Landowner. Be sure to visit landreport.com and subscribe to their newsletter to receive the lastest news and updates.Panel: Haley Mirr, Ken Mirr, and Eric O'KeefeNeed professional help finding, buying, or selling a legacy ranch, contact us:Mirr Ranch Group901 Acoma StreetDenver, CO 80204Phone: (303) 623-4545https://www.MirrRanchGroup.com/
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Classic#HotelMars: Routine orbital monetizing:: #HotelMars: Gasoline Alley in Earth Orbit. Jeromy Grimmett, @ Rogue Space Systems, Rogue Space Systems. David Livingston SpaceShow.com http://parabolicarc.com/2022/01/13/rogue-space-systems-corporation-receives-first-payment-in-the-industry-for-in-space-services-from-orbital-assembly-corp/ Jeromy Grimmett, @ Rogue Space Systems, founder, and CEO of Rogue Space Systems. Orbital Assembly Corporation is the only large-scale space construction company focussed on providing artificial gravity in commercial space development enabling humanity to work, play and thrive in the space ecosystem. The company is developing large, gravity equipped platforms on orbit, between the Earth and the moon
Do you have a side hustle or have you thought about doing something to earn some extra money? In today's episode I speak with author, speaker, and podcaster Rebecca Whitman who explains how you can use things that you're already doing to earn money.
Learn how to monetize your podcast in a systematic way with my guest, Jamie Atkinson, business owner of 6 Figure Podcast Rebels. Jamie runs a podcast coaching company, helping six and seven figure business owners who sell high ticket products start to generate and book more sales calls via podcasting. He takes us through how he became a podcast coach, the process he takes his clients through, and the goal of the 3 day workweek. In this episode we talk about: [00:00] Intro [01:10] Who Jamie is and how he runs his business [03:54] How to scale automations AND human interaction [06:43] How Jamie got started in this career [12:06] Why Jamie started podcasting [17:18] What's different about podcasting as a sales method and the type of business owners that can use it [19:15] How to start monetizing your podcast right away [23:42] The steps to ‘podcast closing' for guests [29:46] The steps Jamie takes his clients through Resources mentioned in episode: Get featured on Jamie's podcast: https://www.podcastrebels.com/kate Connect with Jamie Atkinson here: Instagram Listen to the High Ticket Podcast Rebels Podcast with Jamie Atkinson Connect with Kate Waldo here: Instagram www.youtube.com www.katewaldoandco.com Take the free Business Health Check Quiz! Kate Waldo + Co Programs: Smarter Not Harder Airbnb on Autopilot Pro Organizer Success Kit
If you're like most people, you probably have a hobby or passion that you love spending your time on. maybe it's painting, hiking, biking, or playing music - the possibilities are endless. But what do you do when you want to turn that passion into a business? How do you monetize it? In this episode of The Cortez Hustle Show, we'll give you some tips on how to make your hobby profitable. So listen up and get inspired!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. 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Roman Stanek is a successful entrepreneur and technology expert with 20 years in the field. He is the CEO and Founder of GoodData, a company built to disrupt the business intelligence space and help companies monetize their data. Before GoodData, he founded and led two other startups: NetBeans and Systinet. He has become a leading voice in the analytics industry across his businesses, pushing the boundaries on data insights and helping new companies move forward. In this episode… Many budding startups are failing to make the most of their data. Both internal and external data can be a catalyst for any business, but some companies are letting it go to waste. It isn't enough to keep track of your numbers — the best brands are able to accomplish their enterprise goals by leveraging analytics. This has been the mindset from the beginning for Roman Stanek. Having built three successful tech startups, Roman knows the power of digging deeper into the data. His most recent business, GoodData, has worked with brands like Visa and TransTrack to great results. Now he tells you how you can do the same. Alex Gluz has an informative conversation with Roman Stanek, the CEO and Founder of GoodData, about how to leverage big data in your company. They discuss Roman's background and how he used funding to lay out his companies' trajectory. They then go into detail on trusting data, acquisition strategy, and building an excellent revenue engine. Hear all of this and more on this episode of the Revenue Engine Podcast!
In this extra special episode, the boys interrogate Network Age co-host and Uqbar founder ~timluc-miptev about his forthcoming article on the IndustryDollar, which powers the trad economy, and the BlockDollar, which powers a a blockchain-enriched economy. They explore how the two systems handle marginal costs, equity financing, and lending, as well as what new forms will be enabled by blockchain-empowered content creation and why the IndustryDollar isn't dead. All this plus Axl Rose, Tahiti, and a few too many jokes about "hardness". Mentions: Josh Stark on "Atoms, Institutions, and Blockchains"Justin Murphy on "Social AI"Noah Smith on Bankless—"The Future is Fiat"Timestamp: 0:00—Intro1:16—The BlockDollar and the IndustryDollar5:20—"Hardness"—enforcement through atoms, institutions, and blockchains11:05—Applications of the IndustryDollar in traditional finance13:18—Lending vs. equity investment17:56—"Social AI" and blockchain-enriched content creation21:04—Monetizing with in legacy systems25:54—Evolving platforms—"code, content, and capital"33:03—Stripe and the digital IndustryDolalr40:04—Software and developers with the BlockDollar46:02—AdiosAnd, if you liked the episode, don't forget to give us a five star review. Say something nice and we'll even read it on the pod.
Dr. Clarissa Castillo-Ramsey is a multi-passion entrepreneur (leadership & life coach, practicing abstract artist, author, and organizational psychologist). She's been an artist since she was 5. Clarissa's passion for coaching can be traced back to her childhood and young adult days. She was the friend people would go to for advice, counsel, and encouragement. Clarissa is also the author of the book Painting Your Path, 21 Interviews with Extraordinary Women and journal Painting Your Path Writing Journal. She incorporates her Painting Your Path framework with her clients, who seek to define or re-define their path in life, whether to branch out on their own or get back to their creative self. This framework is what she's used in her life to achieve her visions, dreams, goals. Clarissa is also the creator of From Employee to Creative Entrepreneur, a free summit to help individuals create their roadmap to become their own boss. Formal Education: Clarissa finished her doctorate at the California School of Professional Psychology, with a focus on Organizational Development. Her dissertation is titled Coaching from the Inside Out: Exploring internal coaching practices in organizations. In addition, she received coaching training at CTI, The Coaches Training Institute in Los Angeles. She also holds a certificate of holistic healing program at the Optimum Health Institute. Clarissa joins us today to talk about chasing your dreams. She reflects on leaving her job to venture out and go back to her first love, which is art. She tells us how she's now coaching other people to do the same, quit their 9-5, and follow their passions. We also discuss her summit business and she gave insightful advice on how to set up a successful event. [00:01 – 01:04] Opening Segment I introduce our guest, Clarissa Castillo-Ramsey, PsyD [01:05 – 06:11] Who is Clarissa Castillo-Ramsey, PsyD? Sharing her love for painting and helping others discover their true potential Why she founded Clarissa Ramsey Studio She loved art since she was a kid but she was discouraged to pursue it Eventually, she found her way back into art and painting [06:12 – 08:29] Expressing Gratitude Clarissa talks about the people on her gratitude list [08:29 – 14:02] Connecting People Through Summits Setting up summits and events is not easy but she finds joy in it Tip from Clarissa: Hire a VA She started doing this first to help herself navigate the transition from employee to entrepreneur This has also been a great way to look for creatives to work with and build relationships with clients [14:03 – 18:55] Strategies For Hosting a Summit It's essential to give yourself enough lead time to get everything organized and reach out to speakers Don't hold yourself back from contacting speakers and don't take it personally if they say no, especially for non-paid events Delegate, delegate, delegate Monetizing a free event You can sell a VIP pass [18:56 – 22:55] How to Invite Speakers for Your Free Event Be clear on what's in it for them Currently, Clarissa is doing meet and greets among the speakers to collectively bring people with different expertise together and lift each other up [22:56 – 37:06] The Five Steps to Painting Your Path It's certainly scary to get out of your comfort zone but learn to acknowledge your fears and do whatever you need to do to get grounded Know your strengths and figure out who's in your network Here's how Clarissa is coaching people using the Painting Your Path Framework Give yourself the space to dream Decide Plan your exit Be brave Reflect, repeat, refine Self-care is as important as your growth mindset [37:07 – 40:55] Closing Segment Reach out to Clarissa! Clarrisa answers the BOI Talk and Hop questions Tweetable Quotes: “Delegate out. You will make the money back.” - Clarissa Castillo-Ramsey, PsyD “ Acknowledge what you're feeling. Don't necessarily just shove it down, but just feel the feels.” - Clarissa Castillo-Ramsey, PsyD “Give yourself that space. Create a vision for yourself. What would be fun? What would be exciting?” - Clarissa Castillo-Ramsey, PsyD “Let me step out. Let me be brave. Let me try. Let me get out of this little box that I'm in and see what happens.” - Clarissa Castillo-Ramsey, PsyD Resource Mentioned: Ask and It Is Given, by Esther and Jerry Hicks Connect with Clarissa at www.clarissastudio.com! 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This is part 2 of a 2 part interview. Continuing our conversation with Gordon Firemark. Entertainment lawyer, Podcast law expert, and one of the best voices in the industry. Gordon has been a podcaster for more than a decade and is known as The Podcast Lawyer.We ask him 3 big podcast legal questions:Q1- Do you need a guest release? Q2- Podcasts about personal life, personal stories about traumatic events- do they have to worry about libel when sharing personal story? Ex: Amber Heard & Johnny Depp… Q3- Can I read books on my podcast? And Gordon gives us his most important bits of legal advice:Be professional- 1) set it up like a biz…agreements, LLC 2) have agreements/contracts with whoever you are working with or laws will assume you are joint owners 3) Trademark your title- be distinctive in your title, descriptiveness in title won't allow for trademark 4) Monetizing- clearly document relationships with customers and partners. Vague & ambiguous leads to disagreements/lawsuits- always use precise & clear languageCheck out Gordon's Links:podcastrelease.com (free podcast guest release form)podcastlawbook.com (my ebook)Podcastlawforms.com (legal templates for podcasters)easylegalforpodcasters.com (how and why to course on getting legal structures in place for maximum success)Other Episodes You Will enjoy:What is the Biggest Legal Mistake Podcasters Make? Part1 of Gordon FiremarkPodcasts are a Lifestyle Brand with Caila LitmanPodcasts are a Lifestyle Brand (part 2) with Caila LitmanContact us:Join our FREE Facebook community: Mastering the Podcaster Mindset Support GroupGet the Guide “The Biggest Mistake Podcaster Make and How to Avoid It”: DM us on IG: @podcastermindset-------Produced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions, LLC
Haley and Ken host Eric O'Keefe, Editor of The Land Report, to explore the different monetization strategies of the nation's leading landowners. Beyond the typical ways ranches generate income, the group will discuss a new wave of entrepreneurial ingenuity they are seeing in the field.The Land Report is the magazine of the American Landowner. Be sure to visit landreport.com and subscribe to their newsletter to receive the lastest news and updates.Panel: Haley Mirr, Ken Mirr, and Eric O'KeefeNeed professional help finding, buying, or selling a legacy ranch, contact us:Mirr Ranch Group901 Acoma StreetDenver, CO 80204Phone: (303) 623-4545https://www.MirrRanchGroup.com/
This is part 2 of a 2 part interview. Continuing our conversation with Gordon Firemark. Entertainment lawyer, Podcast law expert, and one of the best voices in the industry. Gordon has been a podcaster for more than a decade and is known as The Podcast Lawyer. We ask him 3 big podcast legal questions: Q1- Do you need a guest release? Q2- Podcasts about personal life, personal stories about traumatic events- do they have to worry about libel when sharing personal story? Ex: Amber Heard & Johnny Depp… Q3- Can I read books on my podcast? And Gordon gives us his most important bits of legal advice: Be professional- 1) set it up like a biz…agreements, LLC 2) have agreements/contracts with whoever you are working with or laws will assume you are joint owners 3) Trademark your title- be distinctive in your title, descriptiveness in title won't allow for trademark 4) Monetizing- clearly document relationships with customers and partners. Vague & ambiguous leads to disagreements/lawsuits- always use precise & clear language Check out Gordon's Links: https://www.gordonfiremark.com/PodcastRelease (podcastrelease.com) (free podcast guest release form) https://www.gordonfiremark.com/offers/nz5FLwzE/checkout (podcastlawbook.com) (my ebook) https://www.gordonfiremark.com/podcastlaw (Podcastlawforms.com) (legal templates for podcasters) https://www.gordonfiremark.com/easylegal (easylegalforpodcasters.com) (how and why to course on getting legal structures in place for maximum success) Other Episodes You Will enjoy: https://player.captivate.fm/episode/4c77cebf-69c6-47fa-978a-01cdae3de2ba (What is the Biggest Legal Mistake Podcasters Make?) Part1 of Gordon Firemark https://player.captivate.fm/episode/fae9ba34-0a2a-4144-9c37-d31b75ec3625 (Podcasts are a Lifestyle Brand) with Caila Litman https://player.captivate.fm/episode/1cfc0eaf-5508-40bf-bd73-69e9d9b33274 (Podcasts are a Lifestyle Brand) (part 2) with Caila Litman Contact us: Join our FREE Facebook community: https://www.subscribepage.com/podcastmindset_freegroup (Mastering the Podcaster Mindset Support Group) Get the Guide “https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/m8c3s5 (The Biggest Mistake Podcaster Make and How to Avoid It)”: DM us on IG: @https://www.instagram.com/podcastermindset/ (podcastermindset) ------- Produced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions, LLC
Intro This episode covers a few ways an agency can branch out, capitalizing on techniques they've perfected through conducting business, after the point at which they achieve self-sufficiency. David Riggs joins us to discuss how he led a web development and SEO agency to success and wrote his company's playbooks. He also speaks about how he now monetizes those core concepts to help other agencies reach the point of self-sufficiency, all while growing his own agency. What you will learn in this episode: How to document your agency's processes and operations. How to invest in newer companies and teach them how to succeed – and how to pick the right ones. The concept of trading playbooks – not money – for minority shares in a company. The 80/20 rule: finding the 20% that gets things moving for a new company; the other 80% will come with time. How problem-solving skills can be valuable for someone trying to break into this business model. Bio David Riggs, founder of Pneuma, a full-service web and SEO company, has been running businesses since he was seven years old. Where most kids dip their toes in lemonade sales, David did things a bit differently. He caught the “leadership bug” early on and never quit. He structured his first “venture debt deal” when he asked his grandmother to loan him ten dollars for ten percent of his earnings. A few years later, while living next to a golf course, David gathered all of the errant balls that landed in his backyard and sold them at a yard sale. He then started flipping sneakers (think Jordans and other in-demand brands) for profit. David graduated at the height of the pandemic in May 2020 and took a remote job that allowed him to continue working on Pneuma. David says, “I hired a co-founder to help run things while I closed deals on lunch breaks.” Many mornings, he would appear on podcasts before starting his day job. He spent a lot of his time “focusing on how to get the momentum rolling.” Eventually, he switched to Pneuma full-time and was joined by a CMO and CTO Resources: Website: https://www.pneumallc.co/ pneumallc.co/get-a-free-assessment LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dwilliamriggs/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/pneumamedia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dwilliamriggs
Humans are social beings. Try as we might, we can never reach certain goals without the help of others. Being in a tribe is a great way to connect with the right people you can work with, level up, and hold each other responsible and accountable. Our guest, Rich Cooper, has created his own tribe of men supporting one another in their goals. Rich is the man behind the YouTube channel, Entrepreneurs in Cars, and the author of the bestselling book, The Unplugged Alpha. In this episode, he joins Mitch Russo to share how he has grown his tribe, with YouTube as his top funnel, and the core mission that attracted businessmen to the group. Rich also talks about monetizing and diversifying his ways of connecting with his tribe and further developing their relationship. Free gift: Twenty Red Flags - entreprenerusincars.com/red-flagsListen in as we explore the building of a community, the passion behind the mission and the people who go to great lengths to change the world and attract only those who are fully aligned with their vision.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://mitchrusso.com/
Hi everyone! In this episode of the Just Say Maybe Podcast, I chatted with Joe Sooch,a fellow podcaster and Youtuber. Joe is diagnosed with Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP), a rare disease that essentially turns his muscles into bones. In this conversation, Joe and I talk about our experiences being on Special Books by Special Kids, how he got into content creation, and changing your mindset for success. Update: Joe is now monetized on Youtube! Whoo! 0:00 - Intro 1:20 Experience of being on Special Books by Special Kids6:20 - Misconceptions of Joe because of his disability10:30 - Mental health evolution - childhood, adolescence, college and now14:35 - Getting into podcasts, interviewing guests in disability/chronic illness community21:10 - Monetizing your channel, paid interviews?24:05 - how to meet new friends, how to get guests on your channel29:35 - Changing your mindset and excelling with a disability34:50 - Is Joe an inspiration?39:20 - Thoughts on therapy45:20 - Closing thoughtsYou can follow Joe here:YT: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoeSoochh IG: https://www.instagram.com/joesoochh/You can follow me here: instagram.com/justsaymaybepodcast or on Youtube @justsaymaybe
What is a knowledge creator?Well, on this episode of Everything Is Better With Creators we help to ask and answer this question with our guest Sean Kim.Sean is President and Chief Product Officer of Kajabi, the leading platform for knowledge entrepreneurs and creators to build, market, and sell their content, products, and services. Sean, who was previously the head of product at TikTok, has deep experience in driving technology innovation and customer adoption at some of the most important technology companies in the world.Kajabi has already helped its customers, from first-time creators to seasoned entrepreneurs, generate $3 billion in sales from over 60 million people globally on topics ranging from coaching new parents on sleep training their children to teaching people how to incorporate their small business to training people how to forage for mushrooms. Kajabi provides a unified platform for its creators to publish, market, and sell knowledge products such as online courses, live coaching, podcasts, membership sites, and communities, and is now the platform of choice for the knowledge economy.So grab a cup of tea or coffee and get ready as Sean drops some knowledge on what we need to know about this burgeoning landscape.Everything Is Better with Creators is produced by Whalar.Whalar. We Power the Creator Economy.Learn more at http://whalar.comEverything Is Better With Creators is proud to be part of the Adweek Podcast Network and Acast Creator Network.#Creators #CreatorEconomy #Adweek #Acast #Whalar Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Monetizing your knowledge by creating and selling digital products is not as easy as the experts make it out to be. I want to share with you my own experiences and how I view setbacks as a painful but necessary step to find success in order to inspire you to continue your digital entrepreneurial journey as I am continuing mine.Learn More:Join My Digital First Mastermind: https://nealschaffer.com/membership/ Learn about My Fractional CMO Consulting Services: https://nealschaffer.com/cmoDownload My Free Ebooks Here: https://nealschaffer.com/freebies/Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/nealschafferAll My Podcast Show Notes: https://podcast.nealschaffer.comGo here to complete my survey for my upcoming influencer marketing cohort and receive a 10% discount! https://nealschaffer.com/mavenim1survey
This is Jesse Pujji and today we're breaking down Cameo, a video-sharing marketplace where you can buy personalized videos from your favorite celebrities. Cameo was founded in 2016 and reached unicorn status last year after producing millions of messages since its founding. To breakdown Cameo, I'm joined by the company's CEO and Founder, Steven Galanis. In this breakdown, we discuss the unusual origin story of the business, how they manage the two-sided marketplace, and discovering a scalable pricing model. Please enjoy this business breakdown of Cameo. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Tegus. Tegus is the new digital hub for market intelligence. The Tegus platform empowers Investors and Corporate Development teams to invest smarter by pairing best-in-class technology with the highest quality user-generated content and data. Find out why a majority of the top firms are using Tegus on a daily basis. If you're ready to go deeper on any company and you appreciate the value of primary research, head to tegus.co/breakdowns for a free trial. ----- This episode is brought to you by Brex. Brex began as the first corporate card for startups and now offers a full financial stack built for scale. Get 10-20x higher credit limits, uncapped rewards, easy deposits and payments, and expense management all in one. Grow your business faster with Brex. ----- Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss | @ReustleMatt Show Notes [00:02:51] - [First question] - What Cameo is and their size and scale today [00:03:51] - An overview of Cameo's value proposition for creators and customers [00:05:28] - The most common events tied to someone wanting a Cameo [00:07:15] - Case study of a creator making Cameo a meaningful income source [00:09:10] - The early inspiration for the idea that eventually became Cameo [00:11:46] - Biggest differences between Cameo today and its original form [00:13:26] - What the competitive landscape looks like today in this space [00:14:51] - How they compete and what makes them defensible [00:16:44] - The potential market size for this type of business and the supply side [00:19:01] - Describing their business model from a high viewpoint [00:21:55] - Managing the supply side and the metrics used to do so [00:24:15] - Important data points to consider for customer acquisition [00:27:09] - Interesting supply and demand dynamics that drive each other [00:29:01] - Thoughts about customer retention and expanding Cameo's use cases [00:30:35] - Important sub drivers of pricing and how it affects the business and demand [00:34:43] - How the B2B side of the business has evolved and its overall potential [00:37:41] - Growth levers inside the core marketplace and new initiatives [00:39:08] - Overview of overhead, costs, and their revenue model [00:40:29] - The Represent acquisition and philosophy of M&A [00:43:28] - A tendency to have legends who've retired joining the platform [00:44:56] - What would contribute to an explosive future for Cameo's trajectory in ten years [00:47:18] - The biggest potential risks to Cameo as a business [00:48:40] - Thoughts about brand in terms of building Cameo's industry presence [00:50:04] - Competing with OnlyFans and how brand plays a role in that [00:51:46] - Lessons for builders and investors when studying Cameo's story [00:54:42] - Where to go to learn more about Cameo and talent marketplaces
Do you want to monetize your podcast? Launching your own show has its own challenges, but monetizing it is a different stage in the process to success. In this episode, Mark Savant shares his insights about the ways that you can monetize your podcast. Finding your audience, identifying their problems, and leveraging your podcast as a platform to share solutions for their problems are ways to get their attention and engagement. It all matters on the value that your show provides. If you're a business owner with a podcasting agency like Mark, your podcast opens a window of opportunity to acquire clients so you can run their podcasts for them and earn lucrative income. Mark Savant is the founder and owner of Mark Savant Media, a podcasting agency that helps business owners and entrepreneurs reach six-figure revenue through podcasting. He conducts weekly group workshops where he trains members to produce and maintain quality shows and content. He hosts three podcasts and reaches tens of thousands of people on a weekly basis. The Powerful Marketing Tips Podcast is a proud member of Mark's mastermind community. Action Tips Identify your audience and their problems. Come up with a solution to address their problems. Be open to learning. Continue to be curious and innovative. Timecodes 0:00 Introduction 3:13 How did Mark start podcasting? 8:25 Commitment is key in getting better. 10:00 What's next after launching a podcast? 14:22 How to address overwhelming situations 21:00 The importance of making priorities 25:54 Mark shares his experience with his first podcast. 27:43 Monetizing and ROIs 33:31 The value of ads 40:00 The value of mastermind communities 45:11 Everything needs to be solutions-oriented 47:00 Is it worth putting up paywalls? 50:51 Reach out to Mark Savant Quotes “If you have an active podcast, you have to start from level one. Who is my podcast for? What is the problem that they have? What is my solution and what does success look like for them? What does their life look like after they've gone through my solution? What do you do? The more clarity you can get on those four points, the more attractive your show is gonna be to the right person. The more attractive your offers are going to be to that person.” (09:58 - 10:51) “We wanna try new things, we want to be curious, we want to innovate. And then through those steps, you're gonna start to see breadcrumbs and you're gonna start to figure things out.” (13:30 - 13:50) “So, that's really, I think, an important facet of your podcast, of your business as a whole is getting that clarity.” (13:50 - 13:58) “So now I need to find solutions. So developing solutions that speak to that challenge that that person has is really important.” (20:05 - 20:26) “If you're creating a show without solving a problem, what's the point? It could be education, it could be entertainment, it could be comedy, it could be true crime stories. But understanding the solutions and the problem that your audience has is really key.” (24:03 - 24:27) What keeps Mark motivated: Song: “Stairway to Heaven” by Led Zeppelin Quote: “Just be one percent better than yesterday.” - James Clear Links Connect with Mark Savant: www.marksavantmedia.com Connect with Powerful Marketers LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/powerful-marketers/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/powerfulmarketers/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/powerfulmarketers Join our free Powerful Mastermind Club Meetings: https://powerful-marketers.com/mastermind/ Find out more about Powerful Marketers: https://powerful-marketers.com/
You don't have to have a large audience to start monetizing your podcast! Host Michelle Thames speaks with Anne Claessen, founder of The Podcast Babes, about how to start a podcast and make money from it. Anne shares the biggest mistakes podcasters tend to make and how you can avoid them.Anne Claessen is the founder of The Podcast Babes, a fully-female podcast management & monetization agency. The Podcast Babes help podcasters monetize their podcasts before they have thousands of downloads. They do that by offering masterminds, online courses, and DFY podcast production.——Follow Michelle on InstagramFollow The Podcast Babes on InstagramListen to The Podcast BabesVisit The Podcast Babes websiteJoin The Newsletter - We send weekly tips to grow and market your online business the easy wayLeave a review for Social Media Decoded Support the show
Some things hold us down and keep us from achieving success. Identifying those holding you back and learning how to change and improve over time is what you need to do. Tune in to the Tragedy Academy Podcast as Ultimate Fighter, entrepreneur, and podcaster James Krause shares his journey to becoming a successful and inspirational man. He will share what he does and his mindset to achieve where he is now. Open your mind to the pieces of knowledge and tips to earn your name. Summary: The majority of people want to be successful in life. And who doesn't want to live an enjoyable life? Though it is not easy, what are the things you need to look out for to be successful both in your business and family? Learn the right mindset to achieve to be successful in life. James Krause, UFC fighter, coach, and entrepreneur, has gone through a lot in his life since he was growing up. Breaking through his struggles, he became a successful and inspirational man. Monetizing the things he loves doing is one of the ways James does to achieve a successful life. Giving importance to your family is also essential to be done. Quotes: “The world will bring itself to you if you're creating things that are passionate to you.” “Finding that happy medium with family, friends, and those important things is what work-life balance is all about.” “People appreciate any little difference.” “You can't give yourself a name. You must earn it, and it will be given to you.” “No two people have the same combination because everybody's lens color is different when they walk through it because they have something different predicated in life.” Takeaway: Figure out a way to monetize the things that you love doing. Creating passionately will make your kids want to be around you; in the end, you and your kids will make it together. In work-life balance cost, It's not necessarily about how much it costs at that moment. It's the value it brings to that specific moment in your life. You're not going to make everybody happy. In every 100 people, there would be one hater, and haters are powerful since they're chipping away at real personal defects that people feel like they have. James does not have a problem making somebody uncomfortable with his confidence. He will not pull back his passion just for somebody, even if that person is his close friend. Timeline: [02:22] – 3 Essential Things [11:54] – Create Passionately [16:26] – Managing Time [21:59] – Work-Life Balance Cost [25:04] – Growing up [28:07] – Authenticity [34:11] – Confidence [41:14] – Being Humble [43:40] – James's Next Step [47:45] – Biggest Advice Connect with James Krause:https://rss.com/podcasts/the-one-percent-club/ ( ) https://rss.com/podcasts/the-one-percent-club/ (https://rss.com/podcasts/the-one-percent-club/) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-1-club-with-james-krause/id1627073913 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-1-club-with-james-krause/id1627073913) https://mobile.twitter.com/thejameskrause (https://mobile.twitter.com/thejameskrause) https://www.instagram.com/thejameskrause/ (https://www.instagram.com/thejameskrause/) https://www.facebook.com/TheJamesKrauseMMA/ (https://www.facebook.com/TheJamesKrauseMMA/) https://www.linkedin.com/in/thejameskrause (https://www.linkedin.com/in/thejameskrause) Connect Make sure to list guest links here... Visit https://www.thetragedyacademy.com/ (our website) to find links to our YouTube channel, other social media, show notes, and more! Make a beautiful podcast website with https://www.podpage.com/?via=thetragedyacademy (Podpage). Explore professional recording options with https://riverside.fm/?utm_campaign=campaign_1&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=rewardful&via=thetragedyacademy (Riverside.FM). Like Jay's t-shirt from this episode? Get your own at...
This episode is being brought to you by Forecast located in Homewood Alabama. Forecast is a hair salon on a mission to shape a movement in the beauty industry focusing on education, fashion, and creativity. Forecast strives to train stylists with the latest in education to provide their guests with the latest trends. Follow them on Instagram @forecastsalon or find them online at https://www.forecastsalon.com/ As this podcast goes to air we are in the eclipse season with a New Moon Solar Eclipse on Monday.. Big shifts are happening. These eclipses highlight areas of your life, with many of the energies you are working with to provide breakthroughs, revelations, and transformation. Eclipse Seasons are full of emotionally charged energy. It's important to remember that they are meant to reveal truths that you may not have seen otherwise. We often learn things about ourselves, the way we show up, and how we use our energy during an Eclipse Season. Are you using your energy in a productive manner? Or … are you finding yourself drained, procrastinating, depressed, or perhaps even fearful of how to move forward? Which is the subject I want to talk about today on the podcast… Monetizing your Energy. This is a time to know your energy, your truth, and your voice. Your Spirit is so valuable at this time. And that's where the RITES come in to help you move through all this stuff! Rites being Reiki.. Intuition… Tarot… EFT and Stones & Crystals. Finding ways to tend to the struggles of your life with these tools can add inspiration and amusement and joy. All these cosmic forces and energy alignments on my Energy Focus for the Week which you can find live on Sunday nights on Instagram and FB. We talk about what's going on, we align our energy, set intentions for the week and I pull the Tarot cards for guidance. Join me or catch the replay. Empowered Spirit Private Mentoring Program. Come experience different energy tools, techniques, and ways to center your energy, come raise your vibration and release the energy drains and the limiting beliefs that hold you back. Links will be in the show notes. Schedule a Spiritual Upgrade Breakthrough call with me and let's talk about how my programs can help you. In today's episode, I wanted to continue talking about Monetizing your Energy. Many people will think this is about making more money. It is. But ...what if money isn't what you are wanting but it's more time, or more love... or more fun...? You can monetize your energy for many reasons. Monetize - convert into or express in the form of currency. There are several forms of currency... yes like money but also like time.. like energy. If you are tired all the time… frustrated with your business… depressed in waking up… distracted with too much busyness… taking care of everyone else… self-doubting yourself… or even lost in your life.. how can you monetize.. is your currency of energy flowing? What do you do with your energy? How do you manage it? Where you're spending it? Do you have command of your energy, or are you losing it in ways you don't even realize? As human beings, we have a certain amount of biophysical energy available to us on a given day. There is a natural flow of that energy through your system. When you are spending the energy wisely and not creating blocks to the flow, you feel empowered, energized, alive and on-purpose. When the energy is spent unwisely (or leaking out unconsciously), you feel disempowered: drained, weary and irritable. Your energy system is also intelligent. It has four components as we talk about in Reiki: mental, physical, emotional and spiritual. Small shifts in any of these areas provide huge payoffs in your energy and power. Many times, we are simply unaware of how we are spending, using and losing energy each day. If you're walking around life feeling even a mild case of worn out, drained, stuck or discouraged, it's time to discover what blocks you have put up against accessing your most powerful and energized self. The blocks can take many forms, but they are always linked to one or more parts of your system: physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual (soul-sucking) energetic drains. I remember an exercise I once did when I studied with Carolyn Myss.. she told us to look at our energy as if we have 100 points a day. Then think about where you are spending your 100 points… who are you giving points to and how much... 10 people.. 10 points. and there you go.. no time for you.. Where can you begin to master your energy better and create a stronger currency for your life? If we bring this back to Monetizing your Energy .. perhaps you can understand a little more what this means. When you are in control of your energy.. the currency is flowing can you see how you can monetize for just about anything you desire… money, love, success, happiness… you get to choose. So take a moment and open up to a meditation that can help you free the blocks and allow your energy to flow. Want to learn how you can Monetize your Energy in your life and in your work? Click here to schedule your Monetize Your Energy Call with me. Stand in your truth. Say goodbye to people-pleasing to your team, family, and friends once and for all. Thanks again for listening. To your Spirit, Terri PS…Schedule your Monetize your Energy call with me. Follow Terri on Instagram Find her on LinkedIn Episode Credits: Sound Engineer: Laarni Andres https://www.facebook.com/laarni.andres.7
If you're budding influencer or microinfluencer, you'll definitely want to listen to this episode! My guest, Jenny Melrose, is an expert content strategist, business coach, and the author of Influencer Entrepreneurs: The 4-Step Frame for Building Your Audience, Growing Your Business, and Making Money Online. You may have already discovered her through her Influencer Entrepreneurs Podcast. Jenny started a lifestyle blog in 2009 while working as a teacher. Interested in learning how to leverage her audience and successfully monetize her blog, Jenny focused on creating the type of content that would resonate with her readers and build an audience that brands would pay to get in front of — and within five years she was able to quit teaching and replace her yearly salary through sponsorships alone! Since selling her blog for six figures, Jenny has built a business helping bloggers and entrepreneurs discover the strategies and resources they need to unlock their inner influencer and monetize their online businesses! In this conversation, we talk about why the influencer world has changed over the last five years, how to leverage your data to attract paying brands, the importance of creating a win/win/win situation. In this episode, you'll discover: · The type of content you should be creating if you want to grow into an influencer type of role· What you need to know before you take the first steps toward monetizing your content · The pros and cons of 3 different methods of monetizing your content Guest bio: Jenny Melrose is a successful business coach, content strategist, and podcaster who offers bloggers and entrepreneurs resources to grow and monetize their online businesses. Timestamps: 00:33 Meet Jenny Melrose03:56 What is an influencer?05:32 How influencers have changed08:55 Monetizing your content10:41 Selling to brands11:33 Leveraging data13:55 Sponsorships14:59 Affiliates15:50 Influence outside of social media17:45 Find your niche & pitch20:51 Consistency, perseverance & vulnerability25:21 Pick your best platform Links mentioned: Jenny Melrosehttps://jennymelrose.com https://jennymelrose.com/cheatsheet/Instagram: @jenny_melrose —Learn with me: https://www.liannekim.com/dreamclientConnect with me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liannekimcoach Instagram: @liannekimcoachJoin the Mamas & Co. community to get access to valuable resources and the support of likeminded mompreneurs and mentors: https://www.mamasandco.com Instagram: @mamasandco
Intro In this episode of the show, we discuss the ways agencies can better serve their clients' needs through outsourcing and white labeling their production work. And in the process, how they can add revenue streams by monetizing their agency's intellectual property. Brian Gerstner, president of White Label IQ, tells us how his agency did it, and also discusses its business model and its philosophies when it comes to identifying a niche and capitalizing on it to provide value to a specific group of customers – and how to determine what that group is. What you will learn in this episode: How to value your intellectual property as an agency. How to learn how your agency can provide value to a niche. Agencies who know what they're good at – what their wheelhouse is – are the ones who succeed in white labeling. Success tips for agencies working with white label partners. Why agency-to-agency collaboration and teamwork are so important in white labeling. Bio Brian Gerstner is the President of White Label IQ. He has over two decades of client-facing and agency-to-agency experience creating, directing, and leading teams to develop digital and software solutions to empower sales, communication, and digital operations. In his role with White Label IQ, he works with over 50 agencies providing white-labeled specialized skill sets for design, development, and paid media services. Resources: Website: https://www.whitelabeliq.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/white-label-iq/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhiteLabelIQ/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/whitelabel_iq?lang=en
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Business coach and graphic designer Brooke Estin shares her expertise in graphic design and how to create a side hustle that promotes a life you love. Don't miss Brooke's amazing cross-cultural experiences living across the world and let her stories inspire your own creativity!IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:Pros and cons of traveling and living abroadThe empowering truth about creativityServices Brooke provides to help you align your business and lifeWhy it's important to be intentional about your life's designThe value of listening to perspectiveRESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED:The Key To THRIVING Through Life After Loss: https://hammersnhugs.com/ep26-the-key-to-thriving-through-life-after-loss-elizabeth-stephens/How To Become An Admired Leader: https://hammersnhugs.com/become-admired-leader-anton-gunn/How To Overcome Burnout And Thrive: https://hammersnhugs.com/how-to-overcome-burnout-emily-coffman/Building An 8 Figure Personal Brand: https://hammersnhugs.com/8-figure-personal-brand-aj-vaden/El Campero: https://restauranteelcampero.es/I Know A Gal: https://www.iknowagal.co/Brand Builders Group: https://brandbuildersgroup.com/Building A Business To Live Instead Of To Work: https://hammersnhugs.com/building-business-jeff-felten/ABOUT: BROOKE ESTINBrooke is an international brand strategist, artist, designer, TED speaker, and the founder of I Know A Gal, an internationally recognized design studio that helps creative entrepreneurs design their lives and work for more freedom, alignment, and profitability. She has appeared prominently in an award-winning design documentary, led strategic design events and workshops, and is a sought-after business and lifestyle designer.CONNECT WITH: BROOKEWebsite: Brooke Estin: https://www.brookeestin.com/Podcast: The Art of Lost & Found: https://www.brookeestin.com/podcastCONNECT WITH US:Website: http://www.hammersnhugs.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AhnaFulmerHammersNHugsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ahna_hammersnhugs/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hammersnhugsContact The Show!Website: https://hammersnhugs.com/imperfectly-empowered-podcast/Email: email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about joining the Food Blogger Pro community at foodbloggerpro.com/membership
Today we are joined by the incredibly talented actress, best selling author, podcast host, and professional dancer, Keltie Knight. We chat her upcoming book Lady Secrets, her wildly popular podcast, and her tour that she will be embarking upon very soon. Also in this episode: The importance of servicing and connecting with your community Learning to deal with failure and starting back up again Leveraging social groups for engagment but creating belonging Connect with Keltie Knight Website: http://www.keltieknight.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keltie Twitter: https://twitter.com/keltieknight Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keltieknight2/ The Lady Gang Podcast: https://theladygang.com/ ORDER THE LADY SECRETS BOOK HERE PURCHASE TICKETS FOR THE LADY GANG TOUR HERE About Keltie: Keltie Knight is a three time Emmy Award winning television personality, a New York Times Bestselling Author, and a People's Choice Award losing Podcast host. She is known for her work on Entertainment Tonight and has co-anchored CBS's broadcasting of national events such as the Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Grammy Awards Red Carpet. She returns to CBS this fall with the launch of the primetime special series SUPERFAN, a format which she created, will executive produce, and host. Stay connected With Kelly: Follow Kelly on Instagram | LinkedIn | Facebook | Website Grab one of Kelly's bestselling books: Unstoppable: 9 Principles for Unlimited Success in Business and Life Conviction Marketing Bigger than You: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Building an Unstoppable Team The Live Launch Method Scale With Simplicity: Learn the proven process that's helped our clients scale from 6 to 7 figures, with less complexity, more focus, and legit business strategies that don't change when the algorithms shift. Free 5-day workshop starting October 3rd at 12:00pm EST CLICK HERE TO JOIN