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Interview with Meera Kothand of Meera Kothand
July 7, 2021

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Meera Kothand

“We need to know the conversations we want to be a part of.”

  • Understands the importance of the learning curve.
  • Values optimizing what you have, not always looking for more.
  • Appreciates taking the time to grow.
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Episode Summary

Meera Kothand is a decorated email marketing specialist, blogger and 3X Amazon Best-selling author who works to help entrepreneurs confidently enter the digital space of email marketing, product launching, and blog development.

Through a strong belief of sticking to the learning curve, Meera teaches others that building your right audience takes time, patience, and a little bit of bravery. 

It doesn’t always have to be pretty – it just has to be valuable.

Key Ideas

  • Started freelance writing after having her daughter and going through health concerns that delayed her ability to go back to her 9-5 job
  • Has moved away from client work and focuses primarily on her memberships, courses and books on Amazon
  • “My initial goal was to just make back my full-time income.”
  • Wanted to try publishing in a different way and leverage Amazon’s platform
  • “The basic thing was always about nurturing relationships.”
  • Had to rely on growing her audience organically due to ads not being in her budget
  • “We need to know the conversations we want to be a part of.”
  • Felt like she could have grown a lot faster by initially offering a tiny product before jumping into her big courses 
  • You need to be intentional with the free incentives you’re offering and ensure that it serves your business
  • Takes a balanced approach on offering free incentives and paid products by introducing small, inexpensive “entries” into her world
  • “It’s not a sprint – it’s a marathon.”
  • You need to stick with the learning curve and have patience 
  • Building your audience takes time, so creating a minimum viable product is a great way to gain followers and insightful feedback
  • It doesn’t always need to be pretty – it’s more about the value 
  • The depth of the conversation has changed significantly since she started her business 6 years ago
  • The foundational concepts of internet marketing haven’t really changed from day one
  • Really focuses on how she can optimize what she has right now


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I am a small business strategist whose personalized approach helps entrepreneurs achieve next-level growth. I create highly-customized business models that have enabled clients to double and triple their income without working longer hours. Whether they’re service providers or product creators, I help my client build the confidence and find the clarity they need to feel energized by their new business direction.