IE 33: How to Stay in your Lane when Creating Content with Stephanie O’Dea
We all have so many life experiences that it can be difficult to stay in our own lanes when creating our content. I am definitely guilty of this, which is why we’re diving into how to stay in your lane when creating your content.
Stephanie O’Dea of A Year of Slow Cooking knew from the very beginning what her lane was with her online business and she is sharing how her audience taught her what content they wanted from her and what they didn’t want.
Plus, she’s sharing her 5 Stages of Monetization with all of you. Get it HERE!
- Introduction of Stephanie O’Dea of A Year of Slowing Cooking and StephanieODea.com
- Toughest part about being an online entrepreneur
- Imposter syndrome and how to just be authentic
- Reality of book publishing traditionally verse self-publishing
- Understanding what your audience wants from you
- Importance of giving your audience a chance to get to know you
- Why your audience is willing to pay for your products
- How to connect your interests in your monetization basket
- Cutting through the crap online and filtering out what’s beneficial and what’s not
- The power of your influence with brands and affiliate advertising
- Projections of 2017
- Find more out about Stephanie at StephanieODea.com
I make a portion of any sales made as an affiliate
- Five Ingredients or Less Slow Cooker Cookbook
- Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: The Big Book of Everyday Slow Cooking
- 365 Slow Cooker Suppers
- More Make It Fast, Cook It Slow: 200 Brand-New, Budget-Friendly, Slow-Cooker Recipes
- Totally Together: Shortcuts to an Organized Life
- Real Moms Making Real Money Blogging At Home In Their Pajamas (The Mommy Blogger Next Door) (Volume 1)
- Blogging Mentorship Program
- Pitch Perfect Pro
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