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Adventures in building job-free income streams.
I met Lauren Bowling at FinCon in September and was impressed with her “story” and her hustle.
In this conversation she shares the random path she took to starting a blog, and how that turned into a new job and a new side hustle.
Eventually she turned that side hustle into a full-time business, and is now hiring subcontractors to “scale” her operations and add another side hustle project or two into the mix.
One of the biggest problems facing new bloggers is a lack of traffic. You pour your heart (and hours of your time) into creating great content, and no one sees it.
I know the feeling.
I blogged in relative obscurity for years. And while I loved the practice of writing and everything I learned during those years, if you want to accelerate your growth curve you might want to apply the technique I’ll share today.
We’ve covered Kindle publishing in a variety of ways on The Side Hustle Show in the past, and it’s one of my favorite side hustles.
But one area of frustration, at least for me, is that for all the effort put into writing, editing, publishing, and launching the book, it’s still tough to sustain sales for long periods of time.
My guest this week has a way to keep moving units month after month, and it works for both books AND physical products (for all you FBA sellers out there).
This is my attempt at a Q&A show, based on some questions of the interesting questions that have hit my inbox or the Facebook group over the past couple weeks.
It actually stems from a new inbox “trick” I’ve been playing with lately. Maybe I’m a super-latecomer to this game, but I just created 2 new “labels” in Gmail: one for Questions and one for Testimonials.