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A Chat with Alexandra Fasulo of The Freelance Fairytales Podcasting 101 with RSS.com

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Are you thinking of starting a podcast? Now may be the best time to do it! In this episode of Podcasting 101 with RSS.com, Alexandra Fasulo talks about how she got started in podcasting, how you can do it too, her journey as a freelancer, and how podcasting can impact the lives of your followers.About the Guest[00:18] Alex has worked as a freelance writer for seven years. She began doing it in 2015, unaware that it would become as sought after of a way to make a living as it is now. When she was 22, she quit from her job and began freelance writing. Alex attempted a variety of other things, but freelancing was the one that took off for her and led to a lot of success.[01:37] Alex created her podcast, The Freelance Fairytales in February 2021 because her followers basically begged her to do it.Diving into Podcasting Head First[03:22] For Alex, podcasting has a lot of intangible and tangible perks.[04:45] Alex's classes have only been available for a little over a year. They were then put up for sale in October of 2020,[06:36] Alex has a habit of doing many things at once, which she sometimes sees as a fault in character.[07:06] She said she isn't particularly tech-savvy, so she took to social media to ask for advice on starting a podcast. Someone suggested she use RSS.com to host her show, and she did because it was easy to do.[09:36] Alex wishes her podcast had a higher ranking, and she'd like to have a chance to grow her audience enough to create something like a TV show.[11:58] The majority of the show’s guests are from TikTok – Alex’s favorite social media platform by far.[13:11] Alex's best buddy is in charge of her freelance writing agency, though her freelance writing business isn't that active right now. This is in part because she's working on a book.Dealing With Haters[14:09] Alex deals with her haters by simply smiling at them and assuming that the individual isn't in the right mental or emotional space.[15:05] Don't think about the people who will despise you. Even if there is only one person in the world you'll help - think about them.[18:19] Alex looks at Fiverr objectively, noting that they've monopolized the freelance market.[20:20] If you put in just one hour a day, and follow all of Alex’s advice, you have the chance to become financially free, which means you won't have to worry about money or to pay your expenses. There are a variety of approaches you can take, but one of them is to sign up for Fiverr and start offering services.[22:08] When Alex quit her job she had no ideas where freelancing would take her. These days, it seems to be taking her further than her wildest dreams.Visit https://rss.com/podcasts/thefreelancefairytales/ to check out Alex’s show. You can also find her on social media:https://www.tiktok.com/@alexfasulobizhttps://www.instagram.com/alexandrafasulo/https://www.facebook.com/alexandra.fasulo/https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-fasulo-22616986/And, be sure to check out her website: https://alexfasulo.com/

Are you thinking of starting a podcast? Now may be the best time to do it! In this episode of Podcasting 101 with RSS.com, Alexandra Fasulo talks about how she got started in podcasting, how you can do it too, her journey as a freelancer, and how podcasting can impact the lives of your followers.About the Guest[00:18] Alex has worked as a freelance writer for seven years. She began doing it in 2015, unaware that it would become as sought after of a way to make a living as it is now. When she was 22, she quit from her job and began freelance writing. Alex attempted a variety of other things, but freelancing was the one that took off for her and led to a lot of success.[01:37] Alex created her podcast, The Freelance Fairytales in February 2021 because her followers basically begged her to do it.Diving into Podcasting Head First[03:22] For Alex, podcasting has a lot of intangible and tangible perks.[04:45] Alex's classes have only been available for a little over a year. They were then put up for sale in October of 2020,[06:36] Alex has a habit of doing many things at once, which she sometimes sees as a fault in character.[07:06] She said she isn't particularly tech-savvy, so she took to social media to ask for advice on starting a podcast. Someone suggested she use RSS.com to host her show, and she did because it was easy to do.[09:36] Alex wishes her podcast had a higher ranking, and she'd like to have a chance to grow her audience enough to create something like a TV show.[11:58] The majority of the show’s guests are from TikTok – Alex’s favorite social media platform by far.[13:11] Alex's best buddy is in charge of her freelance writing agency, though her freelance writing business isn't that active right now. This is in part because she's working on a book.Dealing With Haters[14:09] Alex deals with her haters by simply smiling at them and assuming that the individual isn't in the right mental or emotional space.[15:05] Don't think about the people who will despise you. Even if there is only one person in the world you'll help - think about them.[18:19] Alex looks at Fiverr objectively, noting that they've monopolized the freelance market.[20:20] If you put in just one hour a day, and follow all of Alex’s advice, you have the chance to become financially free, which means you won't have to worry about money or to pay your expenses. There are a variety of approaches you can take, but one of them is to sign up for Fiverr and start offering services.[22:08] When Alex quit her job she had no ideas where freelancing would take her. These days, it seems to be taking her further than her wildest dreams.Visit https://rss.com/podcasts/thefreelancefairytales/ to check out Alex’s show. You can also find her on social media:https://www.tiktok.com/@alexfasulobizhttps://www.instagram.com/alexandrafasulo/https://www.facebook.com/alexandra.fasulo/https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-fasulo-22616986/And, be sure to check out her website: https://alexfasulo.com/

25 min