• The Video Godfather’s Top 10 Proven Video Marketing Tips

      Many entrepreneurs are missing an enormous marketing opportunity because they’re still not using video, or not using it consistently. Often times business owners shy away from video marketing because they assume it’s too complicated or time-consuming. But it doesn’t have to be! Here are ten quick tools, tactics and time-savers for taking the overwhelm out of video: 1.

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    • How to Quickly Repurpose Your Facebook Live Videos

      Do you ever feel like you’re listening to a broken record when you are getting advice about social media marketing? How often have you heard and read that video is what you should be doing? Or, how important video is for connecting with your audience and that Facebook Live videos are the best way to get better visibility and reach on your Facebook page? Well, sometimes, the record isn’t broken.

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  • 3 Words to Guide My Business and Actions in 2018 – Video

    January brings out the desire to reset and adjust the path we’re on. Whether it’s personal or professional, it’s a natural time to take a look at where you’ve been, where you want to go and set the intention for how you want to get there. There are as many ways to set yourself up for success as there are coaches and mentors and experts to help you! For years I’ve known and f ...

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  • Here Are 7 Better Ways To Organize Your Online Connections

    I go to conferences and conventions on a semi-regular basis. Sometimes I am a speaker, sometimes an attendee. I make it a priority because it is a fantastic way to increase my networking circle while producing content and even improving my authority. Since attending events I have seen a definite upswing in my resulting profit margin and brand awareness.

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  • Lead Generation – 5 Easy Steps That Will Grow Your Prospect List

    I was taking a walk the other day, thinking about lead generation and how to express the concept and essential processes required to attract new leads for your business. What came to mind is fishing. It’s not an original metaphor and I don’t even like fishing, but I do understand what it takes to catch a fish and it’s a pretty good way to illustrate lead generation.

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  • Why You Are Afraid to Sell on the Phone – A Fairy Tale

    If you had told me a few years ago that I would be advising you to learn how to sell your high-end products and services over the phone, much less that I would be ultra-comfortable doing phone selling myself…well, the truth is, I would have thought you were as mad as the March Hare! And maybe even madder! Even though I had been in the marketing world for a long time, I never considered doing a.

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  • How to Get Your Business Seen with Online Content

    In a recent interview on the Thriving Launch podcast, I addressed themes that will be familiar to you if you’re a regular reader of this blog…how to get seen with your online content. I talked about how to grow your following through adding value to your content and how having value and being clear on your message helps leverage your online presence.

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  • How to Win More Attention with this Awesome Video Checklist

    In The Checklist Manifesto, Atul Gawande asserts that the simple checklist is the key to taming a high-tech economy. Malcolm Gladwell in his review of the manifesto says, “…he [Gwande] is really interested in a problem that afflicts virtually every aspect of the modern world–and that is how professionals deal with the increasing complexity of their responsibilities.

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  • Showing Up, Modeling, and Taking a Leap of Faith

    Life doesn’t always go as planned or expected. I’ve been running (actually “wogging”) since 2007. I’ve had my share of trips and aches and sprains, but never any serious injuries. The worst physical injury I’ve ever experienced was a torn ACL in my right knee in 2013 that happened as I was attempting to get out of a boat on Lago de Sandoval in the Peruvian Amazon.

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  • Are You Afraid of Doing Live Video?

    What’s stopping you from experimenting with live video for your business? I’ve been asking this question on various networks. It puzzles me that more people aren’t jumping onto the live video bandwagon. It’s never been easier to shoot and stream video. The only equipment required is your smartphone.

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  • What Do You Do When Your Live Video Sucks?

    Have you ever published a blog post or status update, or video and then realized it was terrible? Maybe not the content, but the format or presentation of the content? What do you do? How do you handle it? In the case of live video, on Facebook, for example, you may not know the video sucked until after the fact. Like the video below. I’m sharing with you to share a lesson and a point.

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  • How to Kick Off Your Adventure in Social Media Marketing

    Social media marketing (a subset of digital marketing) is evolving at breakneck speed. When I started marketing on the web in 1996, hardly anyone had a website, much less an email address. Marketing on the web was referred to as “Internet marketing” then “online marketing.” Now we are more specific and refer to “digital marketing” and “social media marketing” as strategies, t ...

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  • Your Digital Marketing Action Plan in 2017 [Survey]

    As I was contemplating the year to come, I wrote in my notes that I wanted to listen more to the people in my various online communities. I was thinking about the content I want to create (blog posts, videos, ebooks) as well as programs to offer in the next 6-12 months. Now, I could just create what I THINK you want to know what I think you SHOULD know. Or I could ask you.

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