Ina Coveney

55. Monetize a tiny audience with Ina Coveney

We’ve all been told that the thing we need to do in order to be successful online is to reach and grow a large audience.

And after we’ve attracted a big audience and earned their attention and earned their trust, then – after all that happens – then we can start making money.

But what if you only have a tiny audience?

In this episode, my guest, Ina Coveney is here to challenge the conventional wisdom that you need a big audience in order to succeed.

Ina is a business coach for online coaches. She’s the host of the Global Phenomenon podcast – which I highly recommend listening to. And her program is called Get Clients First.

So this is not Grow Your Audience first – it’s Clients First. You don’t have to wait!

Imagine if you didn’t have to spend all of next year promoting on social media trying to reach and grow the biggest audience possible.

What if you could actually make your living doing what you love – right away by getting clients first and monetizing a tiny audience. How do we do that?

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If you’re inspired by today’s episode and you’re ready to build a stand out business and void getting lost in the crowd then I have an invitation.

I’d love to talk with you about how to make your brand uniquely compelling, effective and radically different. I’ve still have a few spots in my calendar for a standout business breakthrough session where we can make a plan for you to become a Standout CEO.

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