Vicky Fraser it the author of Business For Superheroes, a book on how she grew her business to six figures in six months. Vicky lays out the raw truth in her book on how she wanted to quit, but went forward into the fire anyway.
Her book is not just a brief life story about her struggles either, she also offers a complete guide on how other small business owners can also increase their sales,without all the extra panicking and hyperventilating that she experienced. Her book has inspired countless of entrepreneurs to keep going and, most importantly, taught them how to grow their businesses.
Vicky’s podcast, also titled Business For Superheroes, is lighthearted and fun. She is often joined by her husband, Joe, while they chat about a variety of different topics over a glass of wine or beer or gin... Vicky has discussed some of the everyday struggles entrepreneurs are faced with such as time management, increasing sales, marketing, and more. On the show, we also get surprise guest appearances by their two cats, Noodle and Whiskey.
Vicky is also a circus performer and teaches ladies the fine art of pole dancing, not the stripper kind, as she says, but the 'Bitches Be Hench' kind. Her podcast’s style is casual and definitely something to listen to after work hours with a nice drink in your hand. Check her out and give her some love!
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Podcasting is fun. It’s also hard work. Not surprising that since the dawn of this medium, podcasters have been crafting ways to make the fun pay off. Traditional advertising methods work for a select few - an estimated 0.05% of podcasters monetize their show via direct sponsorship - and finding vertical opportunities by leveraging your own business works for others. But what about those who neither have a large online listenership nor a business directly tied to their podcast?
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With over 45 minutes of step-by-step teaching, complete with pre-recorded audio clips and examples, you should hopefully come away with a lot of questions answered. That said, the Podfly Academy Team hope it’ll also leave you itching to find out more and really get to grips with this sophisticated piece of programming which could just change your life.
Once you’ve worked through all the tutorials, you’ll be the one answering everybody else’s questions!