118: Human Connection & Major Insta Growth with Quigley — Casey Goode

What would it feel like to be able to start creating engaging content that feels totally authentic, too? Do you wish you were able to connect with your followers on a deeper level? And, what if you could learn how to take your Instagram game from hobby-status to a full time, money-making business? 

If you’re looking for tangible action items to help you reevaluate your social posts so you can start sharing the stuff your followers love, and make money from your content, you have to hear what today’s podcast guest has to say. 

Casey Goode, aka Quigley, is a digital content creator and influencer based in Los Angeles, CA. Although, you may recognize her from her time spent as a semi-finalist on Season 8 of American Idol. How awesome is that!

Through her personal blog and Instagram account, Officially Quigley, Casey inspires mindfulness in human relationships through a visual narrative of lifestyle driven content, focusing on fashion and travel. 

Part of what sets Quigley apart from so many others in the online space is her mission: she’s determined to debunk the idea that as a content creator, what you should be seeking is perfection. She focuses instead on storytelling, and emphasizes that EVERYONE has the potential to move people with their personal story and their unique gifts. 

In her own words; “it isn’t as much about WHAT you make, it’s WHY. Helping people find their purpose and their WHY is important to me.” I absolutely love that, and I couldn’t agree more! 

If you’re looking to learn how to inspire and encourage others through your online content (hint: it has to do with authenticity!), you won’t want to miss this podcast episode with Quigley.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • How auditing your social content can help you get out of that plateau you’ve been in for a while...

  • Why your mindset about Instagram algorithm changes matters more than you think

  • How being intentional with your downtown can truly transform your business 

  • The key steps Quigley took to take her social platforms from a hobby to a successful business

  • What going from 10k to 60k followers made her realize about her business model and what she needed to do to uplevel in a big way

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