Using Free To Build a Business | An Interview with Jessica Nazarali

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You wanna make money! We get it. But hold on a second. If you’re in the early stages of building your business or have been doing some serious thinking about starting one, it’s essential that you put your focus in the right place. Just ask our guest, Jessica Nazarali. Today, she’s a wildly successful online business consultant. And, yes, she’s making a lot of money—like way into the six figures. But do you know what she did for a year-and-a-half before she ever made a single sale? She consistently delivered unique and highly valuable content to a growing number of eager followers—for free—through her blog. Today, Jessica shares crucial insights on how you can build followers and, ultimately, gain devoted clients and customers.

In this episode, you will . . .

 

  • Hear Jessica’s thoughts on the number one quality required for success
  • Learn ways to gain followers while promoting your business
  • Get great advice on how to create strategic partnerships—and learn why they’re so valuable
  • Hear why having a strong “Why?” is so important
  • Hear what Jessica’s biggest income-producing marketing technique is
  • Be inspired and start focusing on effective ways to build your own audience

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  • http://www.bernhardrieder.com Bernhard Rieder

    What business is Jessica in to ? And with which website is she generating the mentioned revenue ?

  • http://differenthunger.com Matt Kohn

    Definitely a great reminder. Free service/content is always a great marketing strategy. Especially as you are in the growth stages.

    -Matt Kohn