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Francesca Baglio is a real estate agent, investor, mom, and educator. She lives in New York City and is passionate about teaching women how to take charge of their financial future through the power of leveraging real estate. Today, we’re talking about how women can get started investing in short-term rentals… AKA Airbnb’s.In this episode, Francesca breaks down the biggest myth about investing in real estate, shares how she started investing in real estate, and breaks down the biggest challenges women face in real estate investing.She also goes into detail with these 15 simple ways women can invest in Airbnb properties:Look for markets an hour or two outside your home market if you live in a place where the cost of living is high.Buy lightly used furniture on Facebook Marketplace or visit an antique store.Invest with partners, like family, friends, and people who have strengths you don’t have.Do some of the renovations yourself, like painting walls or cabinets.Research the market you’re going to buy in and focus on places like lake communities, areas with lots of restaurants, etc.Bust out the spreadsheets and look at the calendars on Airbnb and vrbo to analyze markets and make projections, like: Data online as a middle groundLook at your best-case scenario Look at you worst-case scenarioCheck out free resources and Facebook Groups about investing, like Female Short Term Rental forums, and The Short Term Show podcast.Hook up with an agent who specializes in investing and short-term rentals in your area.Get in the right money mindset to invest in real estate.Automate things like paying for utilities.Hire a property manager or co-host if you don’t want to worry about the day-to-day responsibilities.Make your short-term rental Instagramable as if it’s a brand.Don’t do a same-day turnover when you’re starting out.Turn to Airbnb for help.Visit Investhercollective.com and learn from the best!Find Francesca on social media at @Its_francesca_baglio.Some resources mentioned in this episode:Investhercollective.comSecrets of the Millionaire MindEarnMediaNow.comPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
Jeneva Rose is the bestselling author of The Perfect Marriage, which has been translated into nearly a dozen languages and optioned for film. Originally from Wisconsin, she currently lives in Chicago with her husband and stubborn English bulldog. Her latest suspense novel, One of Us Is Dead, releases TODAY on April 26th from Blackstone Publishing.In the episode, Jeneva shares how she went from writing books on the side to becoming a full-time author in five years, how the use of Tiktok led to her becoming a bestselling author, and how connecting with followers on Instagram led to her TV and film deal.Jeneva also shares more about her author journey, how she overcomes rejection, and what has been the most challenging aspect of transitioning to a full-time author.Follow @jenevarosebooks on TwitterFollow @jenevaroseauthor on Instagram and TiktokSome resources mentioned in this episode:Publisher’s MarketplaceJeneva’s Books: The Perfect Marriage, The Girl I Was, One of Us is DeadPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
Kelly Reeves had a PR agency for 20 years. She specialized in technology, lifestyle, fashion, entertainment, and nonprofit organizations. But a few years ago, she realized it no longer made her happy. So she made a shift. Today, she is a business coach, copywriter, and copy editor. She also co-founded a nonprofit animal rescue. In this episode, Kelly is going to tell us how PR professionals and entrepreneurs can find more meaning in their work, how to find balance in life and work, and how to avoid overwhelm in making a career change.Listen to find out more about her pivot, how she leveraged her years of experience, and advice she has for entrepreneurs or PR professionals who want to make a change.Connect with Kelly on social media at @KellyLReeves and on her website at KellyLeeReeves.com.Please subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.
If you’re a book lover, you’ve probably fallen down the #bookstagram rabbit hole on Instagram. It’s where I get a lot of my book recommendations and it’s where some avid readers build quite a social media following. In this podcast episode, I talk to the woman behind @BookcaseBeauty, Katelyn Cole. She talks about how and why she started her account on Instagram, her growth strategies, and when it took a turn that made her revisit her goals because she learned she could make money from her hobby. Of course, we nerd out on bookish things too!Some resources mentioned in this episode:Instagram.com/BookcaseBeautyInstagram.com/ChristinaAllDayPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
No, you don’t need to spend loads of money to build your email list. In this podcast episode, Jessica Rodriguez shares the biggest myths around organic visibility (and how to leverage that to your advantage), how to choose an opt-in topic and type that aligns with your paid offers and attracts more of the right people, and what to have in place in order to create a memorable experience for those on your list because that will lead to higher connections and conversions.In this episode, Jessica answers questions like:How do you start building an email list… and is it too late to start?Paid versus organic with list building: How do you know which route to go and when?How do you build a list to get sales and not just subscribers?As the CEO of Freedom Driven Success, Jessica Rodriguez is on a mission to help online businesses expand beyond a 1:1 client-reliant business model with scalable offers so they can reclaim the freedom they originally started their business to have. Her Clients to Courses® framework guides women through her proven framework to break free from their maxed-out business model and create sustainability through the power of profitable online courses.When not talking all things business, you can find Jessica making inappropriate jokes with her hubby, trying (and failing) to keep her furbabies from taking over the house, curled up on the couch binging Netflix, or traveling to experience whatever next adventure life brings.You can find Jessica on Facebook and Instagram at @freedomdrivensuccessSome resources mentioned in this episode:Jessica’s opt-in: FreedomDrivenSuccess.com/templateChristina’s opt-in: MediaMavenAndMore.com/contributor /16places.comPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
Christina Scalera has turned her experience as founder of the 7-figure, award-winning digital download store, The Contract Shop®, into a series of courses and coaching. She helps booked-out service providers add and scale passive income with digital download products sold through an online storefront.In this episode, she talks about digital download products versus courses, what the future of digital products looks like, how to create your first product, and more.For more, visit TheContractShop.com.Follow Christina and The Contract Shop on Instagram at:http://instagram.com/christinascalera http://instagram.com/thecontractshopPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
Tatiana Muse is a mom, wife, and the CEO of The Stationery Muse, a lifestyle and paper goods company inspiring women to go after all the things. She is also a business coach and mentor for women wanting to start their own stationery businesses without overwhelm… and she just launched a planner!In this episode, she talks about her journey to where she is today with her business and how she didn’t allow fear to stop her, came back from failure, and did the work!You can find her on social media at:@tatianamuse@thestationerymuseYouTube: TatianaMuseWork with Tatiana: TatianaMuse.comFor Dropshipping: Printify, Printful, Printed MintPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
Founder of SmartHustle.com and lover of small business success, Ramon Ray helps solo business owners scale and live the lives they want.In this episode, he is going to share some key principles that solopreneurs can use to grow beyond $100,000.Ramon will break down strategies like,Managing your timeBuilding white space in your calendarSaying noFocusing on profits, not just revenueDelegating to a small but mighty teamSome resources mentioned in this episode (and there are a lot of them), include:Websites:GrowYourSolo.comSmartHustle.comBooks:Profit FirstThe Million Dollar One Person BusinesHow I Built ThisSmall GiantsCommon Path to Uncommon SuccessRamon on Social Media:Instagram: @ramonraysmarthustleTwitter @ramonrayFacebook @ramonrayPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
If you’ve ever had a book idea but didn’t know what to do next, then this podcast episode is for you. Amanda Tice is a successful curve model who has worked the past twelve years for and with well-known retail clients such as Nordstrom, Target, Saks, and Hanes. She is a University of Chicago grad, a body-positivity advocate, a former TV journalist, and a very proud mom to her son, George. She is also a brand new author of The New Mom Code: Shatter Expectations and Crush It at Motherhood.In this episode, Amanda walks us through how she got the idea from her book, turned it into a manuscript, edited it, and found a publisher. Some resources we mention in this episode include:Azul’s podcast episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/steps-to-writing-a-book-in-30-days-with-azul-terronez-26/Amanda’s book, The New Mom Code: https://amzn.to/3ouUgkeConnect with Amanda:Instagram: instagram.com/amandaticeFacebook: facebook.com/groups/thenewmomcodeWebsite: amandatice.comPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
Donald Kelly has a belief that “anyone” can sell if they have the desire. Early on in his sales career, Donald struggled with sales, but through the proper training and coaching, he became a top-performing seller. Donald hosts a popular sales podcast called “The Sales Evangelist," which has been mentioned in Entrepreneur Magazine, Forbes, Inc, HubSpot, and Success as a top B2B sales podcast.In this episode, he talks about how small business owners can double their revenue with an effective sales process. He also touches on how to train your salespeople to sell as well as you do. Donald answers these questions and more: Why do so many businesses have a hard time creating a repeatable sales process? How can a business owner get the right people to help them to develop an effective sales process? How do you go about training your people so they can sell as effectively as you do?How do you hire the right salespeople to sell for your organization? What tools can one utilize to help their salespeople, whether new or experienced, to sell effectively? What are the biggest mistakes business owners make when growing their sales team?Some resources mentioned in this episode:Find Donald on social media at @DonaldCKellyTheSalesEvangelist.com/MangoPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.You can also watch it here.Apple Podcasts SpotifyStitcher Google PodcastsI Heart Radio
In this episode, I'm breaking down how I am planning and goal setting for 2022. I haven't sat down and done serious planning like this in a couple of years. Now that I'm back in the swing of things, I want to share how I'm doing it because it may be helpful to you.I'm also sharing some of my NEW free resources here in the show notes of this episode.The tools I use to run my business: https://christinaallday.com/business-resources16 places to be a contributor: https://www.mediamavenandmore.com/contributor
If you want to earn publicity fast and grab some low-hanging fruit, then you need to be newsjacking. What is it and how do you do it? I break it down in this podcast episode. Make sure you listen because if done wrong, it can backfire in a very ugly way.If you want to check out my updated free course, just visit PitchPublicityProfit.com. In three days,  I teach you how to pitch to earn publicity and turn it into profit. I share what one of my clients and I did together so you're getting all the specifics.Thanks for listening... and please leave a positive rating and review if you like this episode. I really appreciate it.
Today, we’re talking to one of my media mentoring clients!After being a stay-at-home mom to TRIPLETS, she started working as a health coach, then pivoted to encouraging women, focusing on moms – specifically self-esteem for moms.“I needed to start doing this for me. I’ve evolved as a person and I’ve changed what I need and that’s who I’m serving,” Marta Spirk said. “I needed something for myself. Moms need to do something outside of motherhood.”In this episode, Marta is going to share how she started her business when her babies were 9 months old and how she is growing it.You’ll also get an inside look at my media mentoring program too!For more, visit EarnMedia Now.com.
5 Simple Steps to get Featured in the Media Without Spending a DimeI’m back! I’ve been busy with a little vacation out of the country and business coaching. I just hired joined not one but two masterminds. I’ll talk about this in this podcast, an upcoming masterclass called 5 Simple Steps to get Featured in the Media Without Spending a Dime, and five questions to consider if you’re wondering, "Am I ready for PR?” To join my masterclass, 5 Simple Steps to get Featured in the Media Without Spending a Dime, on Thursday, October 14th at 11 am EST, visit EarnMediaNow.com.
In this episode, Rob Balasabas, the Partnership Manager at TubeBuddy talks about how to start creating revenue as a creator, what revenue streams to implement first, how to grow a brand new YouTube channel, and what to do once you start picking up traction.He also goes into detail about the five steps every content creator must make when they start, like:Do the research first - use TubeBuddy for this! Start creating.Keep the viewer in mind while creating your content.Test the content for a month or two.Create more of what works.Need help? Some people who Rob suggests to help you include Darrel Eves, Sean Cannell, Tim Schmoyer, Sunny Lenarduzzi, Pat Flynn, and Justin Brown.Rob Balasabas is the Partnership Manager at TubeBuddy.com, where he manages the TubeBuddy Affiliate Program, as well as a number of the influencer and brand partner relationships on behalf of TubeBuddy. He speaks at various conferences, virtual summits, podcasts, and live stream interviews. He’s also the co-host of TubeBuddy’s REVENUE STREAMS Show.Find out more about Rob Balasabas and TubeBuddy on Instagram here:https://www.instagram.com/robsotheraccount/https://www.instagram.com/tubebuddySome other resources mentioned include:TubeBuddy.comPitchPublicityProfit.comPodcastClout.comPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.You can also watch it here.Apple Podcasts SpotifyStitcher Google PodcastsI Heart Radio
She started out as a blogger and co-founded quite the resource in 2013 bloggers use to make money with ads. It’s called Mediavine. In this episode, Amber Bracegirdle shares how Mediavine helps bloggers grow their business and make money. Plus, what’s coming up long term for bloggers? Amber tells all!Amber Bracegirdle joined Mediavine in 2013 to help found Food Fanatic. A food blogger since 2008, she is passionate about finding new ways to lift the entire blogging community and help it grow. She holds a B.A. in Social Sciences from Ashford University and lives in San Antonio, Texas with her husband, two growing boys, and one geriatric, grumpy cat.Get in touch with Amber from Mediavine here:@mediavine on Instagram and Twitter@mediavinepublishernetwork on Facebook@bluebonnetbaker (Amber's personal account)Please subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.You can also watch it here.
Organic Pinterest Traffic Strategy Dos and Don'ts with Christine WheelerThe best social media platform to use to drive traffic to your blog is Pinterest. Hands down.Christina Wheeler is the founder of Pinnovation Media, and in this episode, she is going to share top tips for small business owners, bloggers, product sellers, and service providers to use Pinterest effectively.If you’re going to outsource your Pinterest management, Christine will tell you what to look for when hiring someone and what to expect.Here is a high-level view of our conversation:Two big mistakes people make on Pinterest:1. Low-quality pin design2. Lack of Pinterest SEOFive things to do if you want more traffic from Pinterest:1. Batch your designs in Canva to save time and remain consistent.2. Pay attention to your analytics to see what pins people like.3. Update your old boards and pin descriptions to something that is keyword-friendly. 4. Use video content as a pin.5. Use idea pins, but keep in mind, they don’t link outside of Pinterest.For more and a free Pinterest audit, visit PinnovationMedia.com.On Instagram, find Christine at @pinnovationmedia. On Clubhouse, find Christine at @pinnovation.Please subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
How Lindsay Padilla built and grew Hello Audio (even after someone tried to steal it)Lindsay Padilla is the CEO of Hello Audio. I met her in a mastermind for SaaS founders… and we were a handful of females in a group full of men. I invited her on my podcast because I’m very impressed with what she’s been able to do with her software, Hello Audio, in such a short time. So, I wanted to get all the details from her and share them with you at the same time.In this episode, Lindsay is going to share how she got the idea, built it, had it stolen from her, built it again, then teamed up with some of the biggest names online to launch it successfully. For the full story on that whole stealing the code thing Lindsay mentioned, click here.You can find out more about Hello Audio at HelloAudio.fm.Please subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
How to Become an Instagram Influencer in 9 Steps with Christina GalbatoInfluencer marketing is HUGE today. Yes, it is misunderstood and so many people think they know how it works, but few actually do. To dive deeper into how it works and how people make living as Instagram influencers, Christina Galbato is pulling back the curtain and sharing her experience as an influencer and a coach to future influencers.Christina Galbato is a social media influencer, online educator, and digital marketing expert. After building a successful career as a travel influencer and working with brands like Ritz-Carlton, Mazda, and lululemon, Christina pivoted into online education where she built a 7-figure business helping thousands of women build online empires as influencers. She has been featured in CNN and Forbes and was a speaker at AdWorld and StartUp Grind. She is also the host of the top-rated entrepreneurship podcast Her Life By Design.These are the nine tips Christina breaks down in this episode:1. Create content that would attract the brand you want to work with. It needs to be relevant.2. Get on influencer marketing platforms like Collectively, Fohr, etc.3. Look on their website for a PR, influencer, or marketing email OR send a message on Instagram4. Come from a place of business with information on your numbers and audience, share past examples, offer creative ideas, etc.5. Look at their tagged photos on Instagram to see what they’re doing with other influencers6. Outsource the pitching work by hiring a VA. You won’t need a manager until you get a lot of inbound requests.7. Follow up... twice.8. Continue the relationship with a wrap-up email and screenshots of insights and analytics. Then, pitch a longer-term collaboration.9. Include case studies with goals and results in your wrap-up emails and in future pitches.Find Christina on Instagram at @christinagalbato. For information on her Influencer Bootcamp and Blogger Bootcamp, visit ChristinaGalbato.com.Now, free resources!Christina’s Reel Training: ChristinaGalbato.com/tib-webinarChristina’s Blog Training: ChristinaGalbato.com/tbb-webinarPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.You can also watch it here.
How To Make Money On Etsy Without Making Anything with Madison McCartyAbout a month after Madison McCarty opened an Etsy store, she was making $1,000 with her new side hustle. Some of what she sells, she doesn’t even make herself!I found Madison on TikTok when a 60-second video breaking down her process went viral. It intrigued me so I asked her to come on the Become a Media Maven podcast to break down her process and get super specific so we can see the same success she does.These are the eight steps Madison covers… and she doesn’t hold back!Step 1: Don’t overthink it. Just open an Etsy shop and become a seller.Step 2: Sign up for an account with Printed Mint and check out their items for sale.Step 3: Brainstorm what you’d want to buy and do research on Etsy.Step 4: Design it on Canva.Step 5: Mock it up with Printed Mint.Step 6: Investigate competitorsStep 7: Post it on Etsy.Step 8: Within one week post 20 listings. Then, maintain it.Step 9: Ask for reviews via email with Etsy marketing and include a business card or gift note with your customer’s order.Resources:Marmalead: https://marmalead.com/Check out Madison’s Etsy shop, Mountain Shadow Market, here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MountainShadowMarketFollow Madison on social media:TikTok: @moneytokmaddieIG: @madzmccartyPlease subscribe to this podcast and leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
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