Louise Truman’s journey began in 2019 when she flew to Tanzania to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. After graduating from high school that summer, she worked as her Digital Marketer while studying Spanish and History at her London College at King’s.
She claimed that the pandemic gave her an ideal opportunity to “invest in herself,” earning a steady income from digital marketing until 2021. Costa Rica, Tanzania, and South Korea.
She gained a social following after posting on TikTok. Her main source of income soon became social media and content creation. Today, as a “digital nomad,” she earns $11,000 a month, travels the world, and shares her adventures with her 139,000 followers.
“It was pure coincidence that I became a digital nomad, but it didn’t surprise anyone around me. . Her love of travel began when she was 13 years old, when she registered and raised money for a scientific study measuring radiation in Greenland.
“I went purely to spend three weeks trekking glaciers, climbing mountains, and occasionally avoiding polar bears,” she said.
After completing her studies at 18, she landed a position as a digital marketing assistant, but when the pandemic hit, it went completely virtual.
“No matter how hard the pandemic has been mentally for me, I have never had such an opportunity to invest in myself. During the first six months of lockdown and interim reopening, I I networked like crazy on LinkedIn.
“I signed two new freelance marketing deals, learned an incredible amount from my mentors, and started a social mobility project to help college students,” says Truman. By her spring of 2021, when the world began to open up again, she had established a “reliable and consistent digital marketing income.”
“I have never seen so much money in my life. When I was working remotely as a marketer, I had a month with five figures. and investments, especially the sale of Sweatshare,” she said.
She currently has 139,000 followers and her account has over 7 million likes overall. She attributes this to her background in digital marketing. In digital marketing, she learned how to build her own brand and price the content she produces.
“As a content creator, most of my time is focused on creating content. We do a few branded deals each month and we don’t want to oversaturate social with that, but these are well paid and we don’t have to do much to exceed our previous income levels.” Truman said. She revealed that in the last two months she has made $11,000 just from creating content.
“The best thing about this is that as my social continues to grow, I can charge more for the same amount of work. It’s already a much happier work-life balance. Where do you go in the next few years?” I’m really looking forward to seeing how it goes,” she said.
Tips for becoming a digital nomad, according to Truman:
1. “Run away and stay away from DM (direct message) networking girls (pyramid schemes). The majority of people paying to start these ‘businesses’ are losing a lot of money.” increase. ”
2. “If companies trust you to work fully remotely, you must have complete confidence and trust in your expertise, which means you probably have experience in the industry you want to work remotely.” will be.”
3. “If you’re not networking, you’re at a disadvantage. It’s as easy as sending a personalized LinkedIn message.”
4. “If you don’t start now, you’ll regret not starting sooner.”
5. “Even if you fail, you’ll learn a lot about yourself traveling the world, or about the way you work best.”