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How To Start an Online Store – How Jenn Makes Over $10,000 A Month!

Today, I have a fun interview to share with you that will show you how to start an online store. I recently had the chance to interview Jenn Leach of E-commerce and Prosper, who explains exactly how to start an online store and make extra income.

She started her online business a little over three years ago and since then she has developed and grown three successful online e-commerce stores earning an average of $19,000 per month.

She only dedicates around 5-10 hours per week on her e-commerce business and is super successful.

If you are looking for a new business or even just a side hustle, learning how to start an online store may be something that you want to look into.

Check out the interview below for more information on how to start an online store.

One last thing before we head to the interview on how to start an online store. Jenn Leach has a course called E-commerce and Prosper that teaches you successfully how to start an online store. She has a rinse and repeat formula that she’s revealing to students in the course. This formula earns her an average of $19,000 per month. In her course you will learn:

How to start an online store

How to turbocharge your e-commerce success

How to start making money in THREE days

Plus, if you use the coupon code MICHELLE, then you’ll receive $50 off her course.

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1. Please give us a little background on yourself, how you started an ecommerce business, and how it’s going for you right now.

I’m a Texas-based entrepreneur and blogger over at Drink Coffee & Prosper. I educate readers about working from home, starting a business, blogging, side hustles, and more. I have an MBA from Texas A&M; University and a background in business and finance. I was working in banking for 10 years before I decided enough was enough and I wanted to finally pursue my dream of becoming an entrepreneur.

During the final year at my employer I decided to start a business. I tried many things: freelance writing, selling Twitter fan packages, and more. I was very unhappy at my job and was really willing to try anything that would allow me to earn a full time income working from home and being an entrepreneur. After many failed efforts, something finally stuck.

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