Celebrating Audience Stories From Around the World: Part 3 (Ep. 202)
Wrapping up our 3 part series, we have 4 interviewees from around the world who share their video marketing results and their biggest takeaways from the podcast.
In this week’s episode, we’re interviewing Grant White, João Seiça, Ben Amos, and Stuart Smith.
Grant shares how he used videos to expand businesses by teaching them the benefits of using video marketing.
Celebrating Audience Stories From Around the World: Part 2 (Ep. 201)
In this week’s episode, we’ve got more great interviews to share, featuring listeners from around the globe who’ve taken what they’ve learned from the podcast and applied it to their own businesses.
This week we’re interviewing N’tchidje Doumbia, Thomas Hoflin, and Vit Kodousek.
N’tchidje started out as a sound engineer with his own recording studio and transitioned to owning a video production company.
Thomas has been listening since our earliest episodes and talks about how the podcast has helped his business.
And Vit talks about his experience working in the video marketing world over the past 20 years.
Celebrating Audience Stories From Around the World: Part 1 (Ep. 200)
In honor of our 200th episode, we’re doing things a little different.
We’re featuring listeners who’s businesses have been shaped by the lessons we share every week on the podcast.
This week we’re interviewing Randy Beard and Maayan.
Randy, a listener since episode 30, transitioned from the swimming pool industry to owning his own video marketing agency. And Maayan, from Tel Aviv, Israel, started building funnels that sell his video marketing services to local businesses.
The Prosumer Evolution: Why It’s Taking The World By Storm (Ep. 199)
We are living in an age where you no longer have to be a professional to create professional quality video content.
No, this isn’t an exaggeration. Before the prosumer shift, there were only two sides of the coin: amateur or pro.
But now, the divide between hobbyist and professional is continuing to shrink. Everyone has access to affordable, high-quality equipment to create better video content.
So why should this matter to you?
The Future of Social Video: How To Stand Out In The Feed (Ep. 198)
Companies that are using social to increase website traffic are unknowingly shooting themselves in the foot.
Superplatforms like Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn will punish you for posting third-party content — like linking off to your blog, capture page, or any external website — because it violates their goal of keeping people on-site (so they can serve ads and make money).
In other words, they don’t want non-native content published on their platform. So don’t post YouTube links on Facebook, and don’t drive people off YouTube within the first few minutes of your video.
Anytime you are successful at getting people to click away from the platform, you’re hurting that content’s chance of success and you’ll be demoted in the algorithms.
So what’s the solution?