Episode 48: Jill Gott-Gleason
Jill Gott-Gleason joins me for Episode 48. I can't remember how I stumbled upon Jill, but I about 6 or 7 years ago I found her blog--Good Life For Less. She was one of the first fashion bloggers that I followed. I have always loved that she is like the everyday girl. Her content is always practical and helpful--she's not suggesting that I purchase a pair of shoes for $2000. In addition to being a blogger, she is a wife and mom to two tweens.
We talk about where fashion and faith intersect; she gives practical fashion tips for the winter season; and how to handle social media. And if you do any type of business online, you definitely want to hear her 7 tips on how to grow your business in the nooks & crannys of life. So, pull up a chair and join us at the table.
I hope you enjoyed my conversation with Jill. Do you ever meet someone and you immediately feel like you could hang all the time with them? I felt that way about Jill. I love how down to earth she is. Not only does she have great fashion sense, but she is so helpful in passing on what she's learned about growing an online business and platform. Her tips on how to grow your business in the nooks and crannies of life was definitely one of my favorite parts. I'm going to implement some of those for sure.
Takeaways From Our Conversation:
- @@7 Tips To Grow Your Business In the Nooks & Crannies of Life@@: (1) Be social on social media. Check in with your accounts. Respond to comments. You can make friends on the internet. (2) Pinterest app. Search your blog name and then repin what comes up. You will see what resonates with people. (3) Do an Instagram story. People want to connect with people behind the screen. We love the glimpse into people’s lives. (4) Brainstorm post ideas when you have a few minutes. Email them to yourself. (5) Research hashtags on Instagram. See what your favorite bloggers are using. (6) Boost posts on Facebook. Boost your post on Friday and let Facebook work for you over the weekend. (7) Read articles on Pinterest about blogging.
- @@Don’t put your identity in your kids@@. They will have their own life and you won't need to be apart of their daily life at some point. They are entitled to their life with their spouse in the future. @@Be intentional about spending time with your spouse because your kids will grow up@@. You need to prepare for when that time comes.
- When it comes to social media, think through what are off limits and what you will talk about on there.
- @@It’s hard to love others if you can’t love yourself.@@ @@What can you do to help you love who God made you to be@@? Let’s be inspired and get dressed and let it overflow to how we treat others and God.
- Fashion Tips. Save: sweaters, scarves, jeans Splurge: jeans, boots, coats Trends: Wear what you love even if its not trendy. Wear what makes you feel beautiful
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