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The Power of a Digital Community for Business Growth, with Sherley Joseph.

May 25, 2023 Christen N. James / Sherley Joseph Episode 125
The Power of a Digital Community for Business Growth, with Sherley Joseph.
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Side Hustle GROWTH
The Power of a Digital Community for Business Growth, with Sherley Joseph.
May 25, 2023 Episode 125
Christen N. James / Sherley Joseph

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“It’s important to identify who your target audience is and their interests, so you can create content for them." - Sherley Joseph.

Networking is a key ingredient of any successful business, and as Entrepreneurs it can take us beyond where we could have ever imagined.

But what happens if you notice a gap in the type of network you need? You create one! Well, that’s what this week’s guest - Sherley Joseph, Founder of Black Canadian Creators - did when she noticed that she couldn’t find a way to connect with other Black Canadian creators.

In this Episode, Sherley shares her story of starting a podcast before it was as popular as it is now, and where that journey took her.

She also talks about:
- How she was able to turn a frustration into starting her own community.
- The lengths that she had to go to in order to get noticed by her peers.
- The biggest advantage that comes from building a digital community.

Sherley Joseph is a Co-founder of The Chonilla Network, which is a podcast collective with thought-provoking and entertaining shows in Canada and the US. She is also the creator of the Black Canadian Creators digital community on Facebook and a podcast host. With a background in Radio Broadcasting from Humber College and over 15 years of experience in the new media tech industry, she aims to create a multicultural podcast platform and communal realm through various online social channels. Her primary focus is on BIPOC women, but she also wants to create a bridge between businesses/entrepreneurs and Black Creators in the digital realm in Canada. As a Divom (Diva+Mom) of three, Sherley is passionate about supporting Black Creators and loves music, and photography, which inspire her content creation.

Connect with Sherley:
Website
Facebook Group
Instagram
Twitter
Podcast
The Black Canadian Creators Directory


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It's the ultimate resource designed to simplify your business planning on a quarterly basis.

Discover a guide that's dedicated to helping you set rock-solid goals, improve time management, and maintain consistency in your side hustle.

Let's turn your aspirations into accomplishments, together! Click here to grab your copy TODAY!
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Show Notes

Text Me, I'd LOVE to hear from YOU!

“It’s important to identify who your target audience is and their interests, so you can create content for them." - Sherley Joseph.

Networking is a key ingredient of any successful business, and as Entrepreneurs it can take us beyond where we could have ever imagined.

But what happens if you notice a gap in the type of network you need? You create one! Well, that’s what this week’s guest - Sherley Joseph, Founder of Black Canadian Creators - did when she noticed that she couldn’t find a way to connect with other Black Canadian creators.

In this Episode, Sherley shares her story of starting a podcast before it was as popular as it is now, and where that journey took her.

She also talks about:
- How she was able to turn a frustration into starting her own community.
- The lengths that she had to go to in order to get noticed by her peers.
- The biggest advantage that comes from building a digital community.

Sherley Joseph is a Co-founder of The Chonilla Network, which is a podcast collective with thought-provoking and entertaining shows in Canada and the US. She is also the creator of the Black Canadian Creators digital community on Facebook and a podcast host. With a background in Radio Broadcasting from Humber College and over 15 years of experience in the new media tech industry, she aims to create a multicultural podcast platform and communal realm through various online social channels. Her primary focus is on BIPOC women, but she also wants to create a bridge between businesses/entrepreneurs and Black Creators in the digital realm in Canada. As a Divom (Diva+Mom) of three, Sherley is passionate about supporting Black Creators and loves music, and photography, which inspire her content creation.

Connect with Sherley:
Website
Facebook Group
Instagram
Twitter
Podcast
The Black Canadian Creators Directory


__________

Crush Goals, Master Time & Stay Consistent with the Side Hustler's Quarterly Guide!

It's the ultimate resource designed to simplify your business planning on a quarterly basis.

Discover a guide that's dedicated to helping you set rock-solid goals, improve time management, and maintain consistency in your side hustle.

Let's turn your aspirations into accomplishments, together! Click here to grab your copy TODAY!
_________

LET’S CONNECT! 🤝🏽

🌐 Visit my Website
🙌🏽 Book a 15-min ✨VIBE Check✨

💬 Slide in my DM's on Instagram
👥 Let's be friends on LinkedIn
👩🏽‍🏫 Like & Follow my Facebook Page
➡️ Subscribe to my YouTube Channel

🫶🏽 Send some GOOD VIBEZ

Stay Encouraged, my Friend - Have a Sparkling Day!