Alt On Topic: Making Money In A Changing Media Landscape

By: Kersey Campbell   Top photo by: Brooke Dennis for Alt Summit

Online content is changing fast. There are more ways to monetize your online presence than you might think possible! No matter if you are a newbie at the online business world, or if you are a seasoned veteran, there is a lot to learn and apply to your online presence.

We are offering four live classes designed to help you and your online business and presence. On October 24 from 9:00am PT/12:00 ET to 2:00 PT/5:00 ET, we’ll have a packed day of inspirational and educational fun to help you figure out this ever changing media landscape we live in and how you can get a step ahead. We are so excited to have Meg Keene from A Practical Wedding curating the best line up of speakers we could have hoped for. Seriously, folks get your pen and paper ready. Sign up here!

What You Will Learn:

  • What the digital future looks like beyond just blogs
  • How to make money – what is working now, what is not, and what is to come
  • How to create partnerships with brands and affiliate marketing
  • How to use Instagram and Pinterest to be successful in your business
  • How to build an engaged presence

Spots are limited, so grab yours today!

Photo by Justin Hackworth for Alt Summit

About the Instructors:

Meg Keene and Maddie Eisenhart of A Practical Wedding with Special Guest Coral Norbech of Squarespace

Bestselling author of A Practical Wedding and Editor-in-chief of the similarly-named website, Meg Keene has built a top wedding brand from the ground up in only a few short years. Boasting a now thriving partnerships program, A Practical Wedding has worked alongside brands like Procter & Gamble, Pantene Beautiful Lengths, Amtrak, and Squarespace.

Kate Barnett of Man Repeller

Few fashion sites are succeeding at brand partnerships better than the fashion blog turned multi-platform publisher, Man Repeller, listed as one of Time's Best Blogs of 2012. In four short years, Man Repeller has become an influential voice in fashion, with an audience of readers numbering in the mid-six figures and a business built largely on strategic collaborations with brands like Michael Kors, BaubleBar, Stuart Weitzman, Saks Fifth Avenue, and many, many others.

Susan Peterson of Freshly Picked

A few years ago, Susan Peterson created her first baby moccasin using a scrap of leather and a sewing machine on her kitchen table. Freshly Picked moccasins are now regularaly seen on the feet of celebrity babies and she successfully pitched her company on Shark Tank.

Alexandra Evjen of AVE Styles

With more than one million followers on Pinterest and past brand collaborations with companies like Revlon, Glamour, and Nordstom, Alexandra V. Evjen is a fashion stylist who was nominated by InStyle Magazine as one of the top pinners to follow.