On today's episode of Digital Champions, I'm talking about how to elevate your brand, brand, brand, brand, brand, what does brand mean? What does branding mean? So I'd like to share this definition with you.
Branding, the promotion of a particular product or company by means of advertising and distinctive design, distinctive design. That is branding, how are we incorporating all of our marketing that we have a distinctive design? So what does that mean? It means that all of our posts are incorporating our colors, incorporating our fonts, these are things that you want to know.
You wanna know the exact color of your font so that you can utilize that into your marketing materials. You want those colors to be consistent, your logo is the biggest part of your brand. So the more that you're incorporating your colors, everything should be consistent so that when somebody see this those colors, they know it's you.
I have this very vibrant big blue which is very loud and very clear but it...
On today's episode of Digital Champions, I'm talking about how to make social media easier. Well, this is simple. If you want to make your social media easier you have to create systems, you have to create a plan.
In other words, you have to create a schedule. Oh wow schedule, never thought of that, yeah, it's super easy, super simple.
We just need to understand what we're gonna post on each day. If we incorporate, okay? And understand that we are gonna do each thing, each category or theme each day then we know what we're gonna post every day and generally I recommend that we post at least once a day.
If we do Monday motivation, Tuesday tip, Wednesday question, get people engaged get people communicating, get that conversation going Thursday testimonial, Friday, let's have some fun, do something fun Saturday, talk about your services, different ways that you can help people.
Sunday, let's have some more fun, do some documenting on what's going on in your life. Share your...
Nick is a StoryBrand Certified Guide and a HubSpot Certified Inbound Marketer. He’s also a former NFL player, father of five and published author of Unboxed: An Unfiltered Guide to Creating a Career on Your Terms.
In his role at My Certified Guide, Nick specializes in marketing strategy, sales funnels, and website copy. When he’s not busy marketing, Nick can be found traveling, at the gym, on the golf course or cheering on his beloved Arizona State Sun Devils.
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On today's episode of "Digital Champions," I'm talking about how to increase video views.
Ah, increasing video views, something we all want. However, I often see a big mistake that many entrepreneurs and businesses are making when it comes to wanting to get more views. See, that is our goal, however, the problem that many people make is that they think that they want more YouTube views, and this is a mistake.
I understand YouTube is great, you wanna get more YouTube views, yes, your ego, I get it. I'm there, I understand, I want more views too, but what I've found is so much more impactful is just getting people to watch the video itself.
It doesn't matter where they watch, so when we're uploading our videos, we must, this isn't a recommendation, this is an absolute must, when you're uploading your videos, upload your videos directly to the platform itself. Here's the reason, okay, I understand, there are some people questioning it.
They're like, you're like, "No Nick, I want more...
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On today's episode of "Digital Champions", I'm talking about how to create videos that sell.
Ah, that word selling, I know. I often talk about how you shouldn't be selling on video. And, guess what, that's not what this video is about either, even though that is in the subject line.
Because there is an underlying message that goes in with selling, without actually talking about your services. There are two things to this, this aspect of how to create videos that sell.
The one is, that our content that we create should be driving a need for our services. How can we incorporate our messaging to drive people to being like "Wow, I need this, I need to do this." If you've ever noticed, I talk a lot about how much do you need social media and need video and everything you can do with it and this total impact. Well, guess what, that's what I teach, in case you didn't know.
So understanding that aspect and understanding that our messaging goes behind that driving force of creating...
On today's episode of Digital Champions, I'm talking about what camera should you use.
Well, the first option is a DSLR camera, more of the fancy type I know, and it can be expensive. Generally, they're upwards to $500 or more for a good DSLR camera. But do you really need that level of camera? Is that something that is that important to make that professional aspect? I'll get there. The next thing is filming on your phone.
Yes, you're like daa Nick, everyone knows that your phone has a camera, yet so many people aren't utilizing the power of your phone to incorporate that into professional marketing videos. And I'll tell you why in a second, we'll get there. And number three is utilizing your computer.
Yes, your webcam. I do recommend that you do purchase a nicer style webcam versus the one that's attached to your laptop, they're generally not that good. So how does this all wrap in? Alright, you just said all three different aspects. But, it's not the camera itself that...