Sep 19, 2019
A small blog doesn't have to mean a small income.
By helping a specific group of people solve their problems, Carol Tice has attracted more than 1500 members -- at $25 a month -- to join her community.
Carol went from working as a freelance writer, to coaching others how to become freelance writers, to building one of the largest online membership sites for freelance writers.
(I found Carol while doing keyword research for terms like “get paid to write” and “make money writing” – and Carol OWNS this space.)
The best part is that the paid membership model is an awesome way to build an online business, and it’s a model that can be applied to just about any niche.
It didn’t come without sacrifice for Carol, who was working full-time and had two preschoolers when she started her blog. “I didn’t see a TV show, I didn’t go out to a movie, I didn’t go to dinner parties,” Carol explained.
But with hard work, a laser-focused attitude towards her goals, and good communication with her audience, Carol has built something special for freelance writers.
Tune in to hear how Carol built her membership site from the ground up. She explains how she uses funnels to constantly bring in new members, and how she keeps members engaged (any paying) for the long-haul.
You’ll learn loads of actionable stuff, and how you can also apply the same tactics to develop a recurring revenue business of your own.
Full Show Notes and PDF Highlight Reel: Small Blog, Big Income: Recurring Revenue from a Low-Traffic Site