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How to Convert Social Media Into Sales with Kathryn Roberts

Step Up & Thrive

How to create effective social media content that converts? How to show that you are the actual expert? These are some questions I discussed with Kathryn Roberts, who is a consistent content strategist for service-based online business owners. Get access to transcript and resources at https://stepupandthrivepodcast.com/11 Please rate and review the podcast! Did you learn something new in this episode? What was the biggest revelation for you? Leave your review at https://stepupandthrivepodcast.com/iTunes What you learn in this episode:How to start marketing your services How to show yourself as an expertWhat to share in your social media channelsHow to make use of your failures and challenges

22mins

5 Jan 2021

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Kathryn Roberts

Journey to Entrepreneurship

Kathryn Roberts--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/journeytoentrepreneurship/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/journeytoentrepreneurship/support

58mins

16 May 2020

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Kathryn Roberts - Quest for 47

Journey to Entrepreneurship

ABOUT Kathryn: A life-long college sports fan and someone who is FOREVER bitter about the country’s east coast bias, I graduated from the University of Arizona in 2012 with a BA in Creative Writing, emphasis in poetry because the fiction studies emphasis was too pretentious for me to handle. Seriously. After graduation, I accidentally exiled myself to Alabama in pursuit of a career in athletic media relations. I learned a lot, ate a lot more (they shred cheddar cheese on EVERYTHING), watched a LOT of quality college softball, and met some of the greatest people I will ever know. I moved back to Arizona in 2013, started working for Arizona State University in its athletic department (yes, my college’s rival, I know, I’ve heard that one once or twice), got my own place, and adopted a cranky old cat named Maggie, aka the four-legged roommate who really ran my  household. Maggie has since moved on to hang out with the pets of family’s past, and now I have Bishop, my chatty, comic-book character-inspired roomie who loves to play fetch even though she is certainly…not a dog. https://questfor47.com/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/journeytoentrepreneurship/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/journeytoentrepreneurship/support

58mins

3 Apr 2020

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Content Creation for Online Business Owners with Kathryn Roberts

Uplevel Your Biz Podcast

In today's episode, we are chatting with Kathryn Roberts all about content creation for online business owner.

25mins

4 Mar 2020

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13. Consistency & Content Creation with Kathryn Roberts

Rich Soul Radio

In episode 13 of Rich Soul Revolution I sit down with the wonderful Kathryn Roberts from Quest for $47 as she shares her zone of genius around content creation and staying consistent. We jam on how you can bring a little consistency to your business and create content without feeling overwhelmed and snowed under. To work with Kathryn you can head to www.questfor47.com or you can find her on instagram or join her Facebook Group

36mins

27 Feb 2020

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Episode 037: Consistently Create Content with Kathryn Roberts

Lean into Curiosity

Kathryn Roberts, owner of Quest for $47 is back for round to on Lean Into Curiosity. In this episode she tells us what she’s been up to since we first chatted a few months ago.  As a solid, consistent content Kathryn shares her take on the importance of choosing a social media platform you enjoy.  She also shares with us why and how to consistently create content that will engage your audience. I was so happy to have this energetic, happy human back for a 2.0 version.  TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE: Get to know what your audience needs and a good way to do this is with FB groups. Consistency takes strides every single day and it takes solid mind work. Everyone starts with an audience of zero in which you will be shouting to a void, but eventually you will fill that void. Find the platform to prioritize your consistent efforts, it’s impossible to be on all platforms at all times. Building a business is experimenting, making informed decisions and adjusting accordingly. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Follow me on IG: @leanintocuriosity Email Automation: https://mailchimp.com/ Social Media Scheduler: https://later.com/ Want to listen to my first conversation with Kathryn?  Click here! Topic suggestions, questions or to be on the show, click here! CONNECT WITH KATHRYN ROBERTS: Website: https://questfor47.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/questfor47/ Quest for $47 FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/questfor47/ Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/q47consistentcontent/

44mins

3 Nov 2019

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There Is MORE To Life Than Your CURRENT Job + How To Find A Way Out w/ Kathryn Roberts

SHE DID IT

Episode #80: Today we are talking about how there is more to life than just your current job or situation + how to FIND A WAY to achieve an even more fulfilling life. This is a topic that I talk about a lot and so many people have different stories as to HOW they created this life despite obstacles they faced, you know? I’m joined by Kathryn Roberts and she is a former office manager turned entrepreneur. A passionate sports fan, novelist, science fiction nerd, and statistician. Kathryn hopes to use her life as example for women who want more than to just take a traditional job after college and toil for years and years toward the faint hope of retirement, just because society says so. Kathryn has found a way to live her life on her terms, in her twenties, and uses her business to teach other women how to follow in her footsteps by following their passions. Thank you so much for listening to another episode of the SHE DID IT podcast! If you found this valuable, please leave a review :) I would be so grateful! WHERE TO FIND KATHRYN ROBERTS Facebook Community (Consistent Content Creators): https://www.facebook.com/groups/q47consistentcontent/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/questfor47 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/questfor47 WHERE TO FIND ME Website: www.sydneynanberg.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/sydneynanberg TikTok: http://vm.tiktok.com/RKeqsg/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamsydneynanberg/ Click to Join my FREE Facebook community Thank you again for listening!

42mins

28 Oct 2019

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Ep. 39- Kathryn Roberts, Founder of Quest for $47

Your Biggest Vision

We all experience some form(s) of tragedy. In theory, we may know that we can turn pain into purpose, but how does it really look in practice? Today’s guest, Kathryn Roberts, has a touching and brave story that does just that. Kathryn is the founder of the Quest for $47 and is a content creation expert. She works with entrepreneurs to create content that converts their audience into customers. Kathryn firmly believes that content is king, and through her expertise, she transforms the reach potential of her clients. Before starting her business, Kathryn experienced a huge obstacle within her family which totally changed her life. In overcoming this obstacle, Kathryn found a new, elevated sense of self-worth and self-value, which continues to lead her today, and supports her as an entrepreneur. Tune into this episode to hear: How a challenging shift within Kathryn’s family defined her new sense of self-worth. How her ability to turn pain into passion equips her for entrepreneurship (and how it can for you too!). How she works with her clients to generate months worth of content in one day.

39mins

13 Jun 2019

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013: Start Your Side Hustle with Kathryn Roberts

Lean into Curiosity

In this interview episode I sit down and chat with creative entrepreneur Kathryn Roberts, owner of Quest for $47.  She spent over a decade in a behind the scenes sports career which gave her the skills and motivation to start her own business.  She now helps other women create a side hustle that could generate enough income to cover living expenses.  Kathryn encourages authenticity and teaches you how to start a side hustle while supporting you every step of the way. TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE: Be authentic, go live on video, let people see the real you, they are craving that. Even if you don’t know how to do something you have to just dive in. You are never going to get to perfect, work towards getting better. Think about how much you would need to make for living expenses in weeks rather than months or years. Everything can be figured out and fixed if needed. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Urban 20 Something Don’t Keep Your Day Job Manifestation Babe "Everything is Figureoutable"-Marie Forleo Book Recommendation: The Five Second Rule by Mel Robbins My Closet Clean Out YouTube Video using the 5 Second Rule Follow me on IG: @leanintocuriosity Lean Into Curiosity Facebook Community Topic suggestions, questions or to be on the show, click here!  CONNECT WITH KATRYN ROBERTS: Website: https://questfor47.com Instagram: @questfor47 Facebook: Quest for $47 https://www.facebook.com/questfor47/ Required Reading Blog  

43mins

19 May 2019

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Episode 34: Shakespeare and the Legend of Robin Hood with Kathryn Roberts Parker

That Shakespeare Life

Mentioned by name in three of Shakespeare’s plays, the legend of Robin Hood played a big role in the life of most dramatists in early modern England, being a prominent figure in English folklore, his legend was a popular source of good dramatic material on stage. For William Shakespeare, Robin Hood had some very specific touch points, not only was he mentioned by names, but numerous volumes of Shakespeare’s contemporaries were writing and staging plays about Robin Hood, and Queen Elizabeth’s father, Henry VIII, famously had himself and his court to dress up as Robin Hood and his merry men for a celebration. There were songs and ballads about Robin Hood being sung in Shakespeare’s lifetime, and during the Gunpowder Plot, Robert Cecil even called Guy Fawkes and his associates “Robin Hoods” in 1605. With the current reputation of Robin Hood as a good folk hero, contrasted with the bad reputation Robert Cecil obviously had of him, I wondered exactly what we as a 21st century audience need to know about 17th century associations with Robin Hood when we encounter the mentions and references to this popular folktale in Shakespeare’s plays. To help us sort out this mystery and learn more about Shakespeare’s Robin Hood, is our guest Kathryn Roberts Parker.

20mins

10 Dec 2018