Blog Series: How Creators Can Sell Directly To Their Audiences
Turning your passions or skills into income isn’t always as easy as it seems—especially when you’re bogged down by the limitations of YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and any other creator platform. Creators have a world of experience, knowledge, and clout to share with their audiences—it’s a creative business. Selling directly to your audiences is not only how you grow and profit, but it also allows you to remain independent from those platforms.
Here’s some things you can sell to you audience directly: your times, services, instructional videos, digital products, downloadable content, 1:1s, personalized messages, meet up events, commissioned pieces, and so much more.
Creators can (and should) build a catalogue of things you can offer audiences besides what you create on your primary platform. That means making money without advertisers on YouTube, brand deals on Instagram, etc.
If your face looks like this 😳 when we said that, then don’t worry! We got you. In this new blog series, we’ll be giving you our best tips on how to expand your creative business and cut out the middle man. It’ll be simple enough, so you can get started right away.
Imagine it’s a storefront for your time, content, products, and services. We’ll focus on simplifying it for your audience and making this venture easy to navigate.
How to Start Selling Directly to Your Audience
How to Market Your Direct to Audience Storefront
How to Maintain Your Business Plan