Have you ever thought about how to start an online business, but find that you are held back for one reason or another?
Do you have a family to support and wonder how to make the transition with the least amount of risk?
Would you like to hear how a guy who worked as a chemical engineer for 14 years successfully made the switch?
In this episode of the Bright Ideas podcast, I’m joined by Bryan Allain, long time blogger, husband, father of two and founder of Killer Tribes.
In this interview, you are going to hear Bryan and I discuss:
- the financial plan that he and his wife came up with to minimize the risk of the transition
- how they built planks on their transition bridge before finally taking the leap
- how’s he’s building a loyal following of bloggers who buy coaching and consulting from him
- how he has sold over 4,000 copies of his first book on Amazon
- how he launched a live conference in Nashville (not his home town) in his first year and actually turned a profit doing it
- the breakdown of the cost to host his conference, as well as the revenue he generated
- how he recruited speakers to come present, either for free, or for a fraction of their usual fee
- how content marketing should play a role in your business
- how to find ideas to write about
- how to easily create thoughtful and informative posts that people will love to read
- and so much more….
More About This Episode
The Bright Ideas podcast is the podcast for business owners and marketers who want to discover how to use online marketing and sales automation tactics to massively grow their business.
It’s designed to help marketing agencies and small business owners discover which online marketing strategies are working most effectively today – all from the mouths of expert entrepreneurs who are already making it big.
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About Bryan Allain
Bryan Allain is a 36-year old former Chemical Engineer who now makes a living helping other people find their fans, extend their reach and build their killer tribes.
He launched Killer Tribes in 2010 because he loves helping people find their voice, share about their passions, connect with others and grow their brand. There are so many folks out there with a valuable message to share who aren’t sure how to get that message to more people.