In this episode Bella speaks with Nicole Moore, a mompreneur who runs a marketing and promotions company for authors. She is also a mother to a micro-premie born at only 9.6 oz.
Listen in as Bella and Nicole discuss a variety of topics including how Nicole was able to build her email lists, how working together is better, and her thoughts on tolerance and patience in business and life.
Nicole was able to build a massive email list of authors in which they all work together to promote each other’s content. She’ll discuss valuable tips on how you can build your networking online and maintain strategic business partnerships. She also talks about her strategies and promotions she used to attract her specific clientele base.
Nicole has such a unique and inspiring story that will surely motivate you to think about what you can do in your own business and life.
Nicole has been an author since 2011, writing as a mom blogger, but it was after the birth of her daughter, Kenna in January of 2012, that she was determined to make it a full-time career. As the fourth smallest preemie in the world, Kenna’s medical needs would prevent her from ever going to day care.
Her writing can also be found on Shine, where she is a Shine Parenting Guru and an award winning Yahoo! Contributor on YourWisdom as the relationship and dating expert. In addition, she has been published by McClatchy News in their syndicated papers.
She was written a number of books including her “Keeping Up With Kenna” series which documents the story of her daughter as well as a variety of romance novels. Her books can be found on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Apple, and Smashwords in ebook, paperback, and even some audiobooks.
Nicole is also the founder of The Dreamers Do Project which is dedicated to helping people create the life of their dreams. They believe if you can dream it, you can do it.
She is an example of someone who does it all, and is a true inspiration to pet business owners everywhere.
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—Nicole’s biography was adapted from her website, thedreamersdoproject.com