Nick Kusmich is an absolute genius at Facebook advertising. He knows the ins and outs of Facebook ads and campaigns, and puts this knowledge to work to get his clients the best possible results. In this conversation, Nick talks about his new book, Give. He shares several formulas and frameworks that he uses successfully, including the four Ms (message, market, magnet, and mechanism) and SAGE (short, actionable, goal-oriented, and easy). In short, he shares a splash of that secret sauce that he uses to achieve success for himself and his clients.
John Chow is the original dot com mogul -- as well as being an author, speaker, blogger, father, and entrepreneur. He rocketed onto the blogging scene when he showed the income power of blogging with a case study to see what it would take to make $3,000 a month. In this conversation, John walks us through many of the details involved in how he achieved this overwhelming success. The interview is full of invaluable tips and insights on various aspects of how to succeed in making money online.
Today we're talking to Sean Cannell, who is an avid YouTuber and a cofounder of the popular YouTube channel Video Influencers. As you might suspect, that means he’s an expert on YouTube marketing. He’s the go-to guy if you want to improve your YouTube engagement or deepen your understanding of the platform. We get down to the nitty-gritty on how you can improve your presence on YouTube and Beyond!
Today we're talking to Jamie Salvatori, an expert in viral videos. He's the founder of Vat19.com, which is an eCommerce store featuring unique and quirky gifts, toys, candy, and curiously awesome oddities. Its YouTube channel currently boasts 3.5 million subscribers and nearly 3 billion video views. We discuss his views on marketing, and how to “try everything” in order to get your video seen.
With in-stream and in-display ad options, YouTube is a powerful marketing platform. Tommie Powers shares his expertise on YouTube advertising, and teaches us how to bring in traffic that converts-for less than you would spend on Google.