If you are looking to find a creative membership business model, you’ll find this episode very inspiring. This is a rebroadcast of one of my most popular episodes from the last year.
Selling a membership program to your audience is a great way to monetize your online business, because it brings in returning revenue month after month.
My guest, Tamara Bennett, from Southern A-Door-nments Decor, has built a successful membership business, teaching people how to paint door hangers.
I didn’t even know what a door hanger was until I met Tamara, which shows that a membership program can be successful in tiny niches on the internet.
As an online entrepreneur, you job is to figure out what your niche wants and will pay for, and then provide it to them.
For Tamara, her audience wanted to paint creative home decor, and do it in a community setting on Zoom.
Who would have known that was a successful business?
And guess what, it was!
If you want to learn more about setting up a successful subscription business, check out episode #127 and episode #129 with Sarah Williams.
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Read the transcript for “How to Find a Creative Membership Business Model (Rebroadcast)”
Top 4 Takeaways from Episode #133
- Going live on Facebook is a great way to build an audience of enthusiasts.
- If you’ve built an audience on Facebook, you can start monetizing before starting a blog, but then we recommend you start one.
- Find your own lane and try not to compare yourself to others.
- Focus on your community and serve them.
Imagine a world where growing your social media followers and email list was easy…
If you are looking for ways to grow your community whether that be email whether that be social media, right now head to Milotree.com install the MiloTree app on your blog and it will do the work for you. Let it do the heavy lifting for you.
Let it pop up in front of your visitors and ask them to follow you on Instagram Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, join your list, check out the exit intent but really get your community growing. And we’d love to help you with MiloTree. And I will see you here again next week.