“I believe as a creator right now, more than ever, I’m only in charge of how good my product is. So I’m only in charge of (making) my video the best it can be.”Jennifer Kempson, MamaFurFur
Jennifer Kempson is an award-winning financial vlogger from Glasgow, Scotland. On her YouTube channel MamaFurFur, she teaches viewers how to grow their wealth through money management, investing, side hustles, and entrepreneurship.
In the beginning of the 2010s, Jennifer and her husband sat in five-figures worth of consumer debt – about 24,000 pounds to be exact. But by becoming financially literate through research and self-education, they were able to pay it all off in three years.
With a desire to help others, Jennifer decided to create content around sharing what she learned about personal finance. In just under two years, she managed to build a multi-six-figure business with a variety of income streams as a YouTube creator.
In this episode of The Videocraft Show Presented by Video Husky, Jennifer and host Jon Santiago discuss her journey as a creator as well as the following topics:
- Her journey from mommy blogger to personal finance vlogger.
- Finding a niche on YouTube that she could stick to.
- Her experience with being a YouTube Creator on the Rise.
- Why time is more important than money.
- How to do YouTube while working a full-time job.
- How to sell digital products online.
And much more…
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- MamaFurFur on YouTube
- MamaFurFur on Instagram
- MamaFurFur Website
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