Our guest for today’s show is proof you don’t have to be an experienced marketer to make a healthy income in the online world.
Kimra Luna bought her first iMac just two years ago, and turned it into a $750k profit not long after. She’s here to share how she did it, why community has been so vital to her success and what’s next for her.
When Kimra first got online she discovered she was very good at teaching, and she began doing webinars to help people use PicMonkey. By her second and third webinars people requested her coaching services to help them with technical aspects of online marketing.
Only too happy to oblige she set up a 16 week program, signed up a few clients and had her first $10k. She leveraged those funds to launch her signature program just a few months later and focused in on building a brand on Facebook to catapult all the success.
“I do this for the time freedom, not for the money!”
Kimra Luna, KimraLuna.com
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- What’s the easiest way to start making money online?
- What do people pay for?
- What is dry testing and how can you apply it to your business?
- Why was her second launch so big?
- The pivotal role community has played in her success.
- Much, much more!
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- Kimra’s Website
- Freedom Hackers Mastermind – Kimra’s Facebook Group.
- Episode 85 with Selena Soo
- Pic Monkey – The platform Kimra got started on.
- Kimra on Twitter
This Episode’s Sponsor – Aweber
I get asked all the time what the primary focus on building the ‘marketing’ side of an online business should be. The answer is always the same. Your email list. You’ve no doubt heard me say it before on other episodes, the overall success of your business is directly associated with your email list. Plain and simple – you MUST build an email marketing list. And since being active online, I’ve used Aweber all the way. They’re awesome and easy to use.
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