Brilliant Business Moms with Beth Anne Schwamberger
About This Show
Beth Anne from brilliantbusinessmoms.com interviews mom entrepreneurs who are succeeding in online business. Mom bloggers, etsy shop owners, photographers, and designers are just a few of the creatively brilliant moms featured here.
Rather than leave the listener with general advice, Beth Anne take the lessons learned from the guests one step further with "What I'm Learning this Week" segments on the podcast.
Brilliantbusinessmoms.com features tutorial videos to help you grow your business including topics on growing your email list, Facebook marketing, SEO for your Etsy shop or blog, affiliate marketing, building website traffic through Pinterest, outsourcing, gaining an active following on Twitter, organizing your research, and marketing your first online product.
Beth Anne won't leave you in the dark with general platitudes like, "don't give up" (you shouldn't). She'll will walk you through all of the practical steps needed to truly be successful in the online business world. As she learns and grows her own online business, she'll share each success and failure with you so that you can learn right along with her.
Whether you're brand new to online business, an old pro, or just beginning to think about earning an income online, the Brilliant Business Moms podcast has got you covered!
Most Recent Episode
168: How to Create a Killer Video Ad on a Budget
2 days ago
Shalene Massie is the founder of Rhythm of Birth and Postpartum Journey. She is a doula as well as a birth and postpartum educator. And, she personally gave me fabulous tips for my own delivery and postpartum time surrounding the birth of my baby boy! Today we’ll be chatting about how she grew her online business using Facebook ads. Listen Now 00:45 - A Passion is Born Shalene got started in the birth world when she was living in South Sudan, Africa with her family. She found out she was pregnant and thought, “You know, so many women give birth without the option of medical care. I want to experience birth in a primitive culture.” When she came back to the States, she knew she wanted to hire a doula to assist in her birth. Living in a new culture also made Shalene want to learn as much about birth as she could. She knew she might be called on if someone was in labor - in South Sudan, it’s all hands on deck - and wanted to be as prepared as possible. Unfortunately, she, her husband, and daughter had to evacuate South Sudan due to warfare. But on the plane back, Shalene knew she could carry that passion with her. She knew it was time to start her doula training. Shalene’s family moved back to the states in 2012, and she jumped right in. To date she has attended about 114 births and has been teaching for five years. 2:55 - In-Person Business to Online Business One of Shalene’s greatest business successes is that from the time she started, she’s been able to stay constantly busy with her in-person doula clients and classes. Her doula training process lasted three years, and after that time she needed to decide how to grow her practice. Shalene was at capacity with her in-person clients, so she turned to the online world. Shalene says she actually started backwards. Though she teaches birth classes, she started an online postpartum class. There is a huge gap of information related to the postpartum period, and her class grew like wild! 4:24 - Shalene’s Facebook Ads Strategy A popular way to use Facebook ads is to get new webinar sign ups, which also builds an email list. Shalene did just that for her postpartum class.
Episodes of This Show
5 days ago
Rated 5 out of
Looking forward to every episode!
Thank you Sarah and Beth Anne for wonderful podcast!
I'm very happy that I can listen in on an intelligent conversation about my favorite topics.
You are very detailed, through, and serious with the topics, while being happy and nice and welcoming with your guests.
Looking forward to every episode,
Michal (A home-studio potter from Israel).
Date published: 2015-01-02
Rated 5 out of
Seriously? This podcast should not be missed.
I was introduced to Brilliant Business Moms podcast this month, thanks to Amy Lynn Andrews' "useletter" and have thoroughly enjoyed listening to these smart, SMART ladies! Lots of really tangible advice from Beth Anne and Sarah and their guests. I would recommend them to any mom entrepreneur!
Date published: 2014-09-24
Rated 5 out of
These ladies have a unique perspective, offering tangible and practical advice for other moms who are trying to grow a business. This podcast is so relatable and seems to try and get to the meaty information quickly. Fold a load of laundry and listen to this podcast!
Date published: 2014-06-11
Rated 5 out of
Great Podcast Moms!
Hey Biz Moms - I am loving each episode of your podcast and can't wait for more! Taylor @ Overseas Property Insider Podcast
Date published: 2014-06-21