How do you know you're good enough to ask money for your skills?
Fighting impostor syndrome, learning what you're good at and just putting this buy button on your website.
In March we’ve discussed the best ways to run a paid community. Today we’re digging deeper into the impostor syndrome and other self-confidence or money-related problems that creators may have.
We’re starting the show joking about how Anna and Lera changed their minds about the money since the previous episode by just hanging out in our Discord community 🥰
This episode ☝️ is also available in your favourite podcasts app if you’re a premium subscriber.
Community builders and digital content creators. Available for contract work.
Lera: artist, full-time gen z, queen 👑
Karina: business leader, money 🤑
Anna: founder, writer, engineer 👩🏻🔬
Olle: product, devrel, tech 🎥
May 12, Wednesday, 16:00 CET livestream:
Using science to research online communities - Martina Pocchiari - PhD Candidate in Empirical Quantitative Marketing
You have access to the 📆 calendar with all upcoming live shows and community events if you’re a premium subscriber.
What does a Chief Community Officer do and why - Alex Angel - Commsor
Calculating ROI for a community - Nick Dijkstra - Port
Online classes for making friends - Nina Iordanova and Niloo Ravaei - Good People
Running a Discord server for anime artists - Aigerim Aimova - Usagi Shop
Why Community Owner is not a Community Manager - Vincent Boon - Giants Technology
How to use online events to build communities - Jana Boruta - HashiCorp
Developer communities and developer relations in 2021 - Alex Lakatos - Fidel API, Developer Avocados Weekly
Why businesses want to own communities in 2021 - Ashley Friedlein - Guild, Econsultancy
How to monetize community builders - Carmen Taubman - Unity, Community Coach
Soft confirmation from David Spinks - Cofounder of CMX, VP Community at Bevy
Here’s the Twitter thread if you want to follow our past and future guests
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Shall we launch a podcast about creators and the passion economy?
Like and share, subscribe, hit the bell - sure, this approach is still valid. But working for dopamine is so…2018?
In 2021 it is not about having a bigger audience and selling them a shampoo, it is about having a niche community who are happy to pay you monthly so you keep creating what you and they are passionate about.
What is it in yourself that you can pack as a product?
Sell your knowledge as a nice e-book?
Record a set of video lessons and sell them as a digital download?
Start a paid mastermind group in your community?
We can talk more about these topics, probably launch a spin-off show, bring YouTubers, popular creators and share their stories.
Please tell us if we should. And if your company would like to be a launch partner.
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/This text has been drafted by Olle, rewritten by Lera and verified by Grammarly