And that’s a wrap! In the final episode of the season, we’re talking about some of the highlights of Season 4 (looking at you Brooke Castillo), how I restructured my Ad Consultant Incubator and what that meant for the launch, expanding my team, and what you can expect in the next season of the Get Paid Podcast.“I started paying people to do more shit for me. So while I might not be making back the exact investment every single month, it's time and space for me to start thinking bigger.” - Claire PelletreauClick To Tweet
Steph Crowder is the former Director of Customer Success at Fizzle and a business strategist that helps entrepreneurs balance “the head and heart of entrepreneurship.” Through her group coaching and signature program, Crickets to Customers, she equips business owners on how to develop an engaged community. Steph is the host of the Courage & Clarity podcast, where she explores what it truly takes to be a successful entrepreneur and create a life filled with love and passion for what you do.“Strategy divorced from vision is kind of just taking blind action.” - Steph CrowderClick To Tweet
Welcome back to Season 4 of the Get Paid Podcast! After taking a long maternity leave and hiatus from the show to evaluate what worked, what didn’t work, and what changes I needed to make to improve the show – I am excited to finally be back behind the mic.“I really went back and forth about bringing this podcast back, and there are a lot of reasons.” - Claire Pelletreau Click To Tweet
I’ve always wondered how “lifestyle” bloggers made their living. Don’t brands just give away free stuff in exchange for reviews?
Jessie Artigue of Style and Pepper says those days are long over, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t build fruitful relationships with brands who want to work with bloggers to get the word out about their products.
In this episode, Jessie explains her business model of underwritten content, why she’s always on the lookout for ways to diversify her revenue streams, and why she felt a strong moral responsibility to stop teaching other bloggers about her money-making methodology.