Growing your Instagram following can be tricky business. If you’ve ever struggled with your IG account, you know my guest is an expert on the platform: Jasmine Star!
Jasmine is a law school dropout turned photographer turned business strategist who has transitioned from offering 1:1 services to digital courses to now a membership model to help business owners grow their social media reach.
In this episode, she’s dishing on some lessons she learned the hard way, sharing a couple of embarrassing stories she’s NEVER told before, and continuing to be an all-around inspiration.
In this episode, we’ll cover:
- Jasmine’s challenges in transitioning from selling online courses to a membership or subscription model
- How Jasmine overcame finding out the domain she wanted was already owned by someone else
- What a “side hustle clause” means, and why you might want to include it in your employment or independent contractor agreements
- A few alternatives to consider if you need a contract but can’t afford to hire a lawyer to create one from scratch
Jasmine’s Instagram: www.instagram.com/jasminestar
Jasmine’s website: www.jasminestar.com
Jasmine’s Social Curator subscription: www.socialcurator.com
AWB Firm Contract Template Store: www.awbfirm.com/contract-templates
This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.
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