Tue, 24 November 2020
209: How Taking a Chance on Her Dreams Turned a Hobby Blog into a Successful Business with Erin Leonard
Erin Leonard of Notice the Little Things started a daily gratitude habit while in college. She shared her lists with family and friends via email for several years before starting her blog. Several more years passed until she finally decided to jump in with both feet and really give her blog the time and attention it needed to become a successful business.
Sometimes as busy moms we can be afraid to give our ideas the time or money that they need to grow into a business. Our time, our life experience, and our expertise are valuable and we shouldn’t shy away from sharing our gifts with the world while also getting something in return.
Erin decided to give her dreams a chance and thanks to the Facebook Ads Intensive and a lot of hard work, Erin is now earning money from Notice the Little Things while also helping busy moms everywhere uncover and celebrate the little everyday joys of life.
Find the full show notes for this episode here: https://brilliantbusinessmoms.com/episode209
Tue, 17 November 2020
Megan Jenkins of His Kids Company is a new Christian who channeled her desire to know Jesus and share his word into a fledgling business that sold kids’ t-shirts with Bible verses on them. She gradually expanded her products into other goods such as pillow cases and reusable silicone coloring mats. In the past year she has been able to use Facebook ads to help take away the pressure that she felt to be actively posting and promoting all the time while also bringing in more new customers that love her products and allowing her company to grow even more.
Find the full show notes for this episode here: https://brilliantbusinessmoms.com/episode208
Tue, 10 November 2020
Amy Gabriel of LippyClip has built her business from a side-hustle that she started to get her husband through grad school into a multi six-figure business! Once she had a successful foundation in place, she was able to expand her business into wholesale and build brand credibility through the press.
Amy talks to us about the importance of building relationships with your audience on both the retail and the wholesale side. Consistency and personal connection are essential in growing a business. Keep yourself top of mind with your customers because you want them to know who you are and how your product can help them.
Find the full show notes for this episode here: https://brilliantbusinessmoms.com/episode207