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12 – Boost Your Income with Charity Sponsorships with Tom Jackson [Podcast]

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Show Summary

TOM-JACKSON-2-artist-sponsorshipsIn this episode of the Make Creativity Pay Podcast, I talk to Live Music Producer Tom Jackson. Tom works with mega-stars like Taylor Swift and Lacrae helping them prepare for touring. But his passion is helping creatives at all levels to make a great living (including bloggers, podcasters, performers, teachers, and more). He’ll be the first to tell you that putting those shows together is not nearly as important as changing both artists’ and disadvantaged women’s and children’s lives through charity sponsorship programs.

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11 – Passive Income and Online Sales for Creatives with Pat Flynn [Podcast]

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In this episode of the Make Creativity Pay Podcast, I talk to Pat Flynn, father and husband who supports his family with passive income from podcasts, blogs, and online businesses, about why creatives have the advantage when it comes to building their own businesses.

 

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12 Ways to Avoid Being Lied To, Cheated, and Taken Advantage of For Creatives

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Has someone ever promised you money or opportunities that never came through? Has anyone ever talked up your talent and potential only to let you down? Have you invested good money into a business venture, program, contest, or any number of schemes only to wind up holding an empty bag? If you answered yes to […]

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10 – What To Do When You Have Scattered Creative Interests with Pam Slim [Podcast]

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Show Summary In this episode of the Make Creativity Pay Podcast, I talk to Pam Slim, author of Body of Work and Escape from Cubicle Nation, about how creatives with varied (even scattered) interests can pull them all together into a cohesive whole and finally feel good about who they are and what they do. Subscribe […]

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How to Get People Pounding Down Your Door to Buy Your Creative Work

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[Read to the end of this post to learn how you can take advantage of my best coaching offer ever…] How would you like to find your band of loyal followers? You know, those people who will love your writing, art, music, or other creative work so much that they’re the first to buy whenever […]

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Struggling to Sell Your Creative Work Online? You Might Be Missing This Key Ingredient

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So, you’re trying to sell music, books, jewelry, or art from your website. You’re religiously sharing on Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Maybe you’ve even got a presence on Amazon, iTunes, Fine Art America, or Etsy. But you’re not getting great results – and you’re not sure why. After all, you’re doing what “they” advise […]

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