This week you’re going to meet an entrepreneur who recently left her 6-figure job in biotech to become a full-time podcaster and online business owner.
Gill Tietz of SoberPowered.com started the Sober Powered podcast in mid-2020 and has released over 100 episodes on the science of alcohol addiction and other content to help listeners get and stay sober.
In that time she’s also grown her Instagram account to over 43k followers, created a podcast network for other sober-related podcasts, and created several other income streams.
By the end of this episode, you’ll have at least a dozen new backlinks for your website.
For those who are new to SEO, quality backlinks will help you climb the ranks in Google — which means you’re going to make more money.
To talk through his best link-building quick wins and link-building tactics, I’m joined by Jeremy Poland.
In this week’s episode, we’re catching up with the 6-figure houseplant blogger, Raffaele Di Lallo of OhioTropics.com.
You might remember Raffaele from a blog coaching episode we did last year with the help of Matt Giovanisci from Money Lab.
At that time, Raffaele was generating over 300,000 pageviews per month, which translated into around $10k in income, mostly from display ads and a little slice of affiliate commissions as well.
This week’s episode is about self-publishing, which we’ve covered before. But this week’s guests have turned the success of their book into a full-time business that’s still growing in momentum.
In late 2020, Justin and Alexis Black self-published their first book Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love.
Redefining Normal currently has over 200 reviews on Amazon and has sold more than 9,000 copies in the two years since it was published.
Megan Champion is a mom of 3, a 15-year elementary education teacher, and in the past year, she’s started a side hustle that has brought in $20,000.
Megan’s side hustle is in the parenting niche and has 3 main parts:
An Instagram account to drive awareness
A podcast called On The Hard Days to drive connection
And a paid membership to drive community — and recurring revenue.
This week’s guest left his high-paying — but not super satisfying — career in insurance to run a bird blog full-time.
Scott Keller started BirdWatchingHQ.com as a side hustle back in 2016 and has since turned it into a full-time income with half a million monthly pageviews and more than 1 million monthly YouTube views.
But like all businesses, it’s been an evolution to get to that point.