Episode 130
Q&A Session: Email Ethics, Accountability, Streams of Income, and More
In this podcast episode, Jessie and Angela answer some Q&As on topics related to small businesses and personal development. They start by discussing the ethics and legalities of using customer emails from Etsy for newsletters, emphasizing the importance of consent and compliance with privacy laws like GDPR. Angela suggests sending an opt-in invitation email as a solution. They then move on to discuss hiring practices for virtual assistants, with Jessie encouraging confidence in one's abilities despite lack of experience. Angela adds that some business owners prefer hiring newbies for training and cost benefits. The conversation shifts to creating passive income streams, where Jessie suggests digital products like checklists or templates. Finally, they address the need for accountability in project management, recognizing that a lack of motivation might indicate deeper issues like burnout or disinterest in certain aspects of the work. They conclude by encouraging reflection and seeking help when needed.

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About The Hosts

Co-host of the Marketing Moms podcast, Jessie is also the owner of Valle Media, LLC, a company that helps small businesses with their digital marketing strategies, sales funnel conversions, and tech training. She began her business in 2016 after becoming a mom and deciding she wanted to work from home to spend time raising her two children.

As well as being the co-host of the Marketing Moms Podcast, Angela is also the owner of Technical Geekery, LLC, a service business that provides development and support for businesses using the WordPress and Shopify Platforms. She started her business journey in 2014 and Technical Geekery was founded in 2017. 

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