I hear you and I am here for you! In today's episode of Digital Champions, I discuss some of the frequently asked questions that I hear time and time again.
1. How often should you post your videos?
The short answer is, consistently.
Yes, whatever that number may be for you. Now the general recommended amount is once a week, but I understand that that can be a lot.
It's a lot of content to create, a lot of videos to put out, and it's more important that you're doing it consistently based on your availability and your time. So a good place to start is posting once every two weeks.
Now if you need to do it once every month, you can but I believe that once every two weeks is a good place to start. And then as you kind of get better at filming as you start to see the results that come from creating videos, then you can start to create more content and do it once every week.
But again, you'll get there, it takes time to get to that level where you're putting it out. It's more...
Does what you wear make a difference? Absolutely! On today's episode of Digital Champions, I discuss what to wear in your videos and why it's important to be consistent with your brand.
When it comes to choosing your attire, a big part of it is branding. This is why I wear the same thing every single time. I have my company shirt on, I wear my favorite blue jacket. This is part of my brand.
My viewers know that when you see me wearing this, you're getting video and digital marketing content. It's similar to how cartoon characters wear the same outfit every day.
So that's how you can be where this becomes part of your brand, part of your brand recognition. So if you decide to, let's say, be a speaker or you're going out marketing and you want to wear this, it becomes something that you're known for.
Now, the other side of that, it doesn't necessarily have to be the same thing, but the one thing that's beneficial about it being the same is that you don't have to...
You may not want to hear this, but it's time for you to do an audit. I am not talking about accounting - I am talking about you taking a look at your environment and seeing if it is the best place for you to grow into your best self.
If you take action on the things I discuss in this episode of Let's Grow Together - it will change your life!
The cold hard facts are that you are not an actor. Sorry. However, there is a better way. On today's episode of Digital Champions, I discuss the common question - Should You Create Scripts For Your Videos.
Often people ask me, do I script my videos? And the answer is no I don't.
And the reason being is, that is a lot of time and work to be writing word for word what I'm going to say. And the truth is, if you're an expert in your business, you should know what you are going to say. Most of the time we're designing our content based on what we know, we're supposed to be the experts. We should be able to talk about what it is that we know.
One of the big things that happens that I see with scripts is that people come off like they're reading and it's so obvious as you noticed in the beginning clip that I showed. It's so monotone and most people lacked the skills to do this successfully.
The truth is we're not actors, you're not an actor. It's very unlikely that you're gonna be...
Steve “The Hurricane” Weiss is a dynamic and entertaining public speaker, known for his expert knowledge in all things sales and marketing. From a young age, Steve has been driven to succeed and excelled across vastly different industries. Steve founded his current company, Hurricane Marketing Enterprises, in 2012 with a goal to help other business owners around the globe.
Ohhhhh no!!!!! There was supposed to be a video today!! Have you ever had that thought? Or do you just film sporadically when you feel motivated? On today's episode of Digital Champions, I discuss How To Create Videos More Effectively.
Well, it's pretty simple...
Plan. Plan. Plan. Plan.
Yes, planning is key.
There are a few things that I wanna go over that is gonna make it so much easier for you to be more effective and it's all focused on planning your filming.
1. Batch Your Filming
Filming multiple videos at one time is an absolute must for you to be able to create content consistently while saving time. That way you only have to set up your studio once.
This was my ninth video filmed on the day of recording this episode. Now, you don't necessarily have to film nine, but generally, I recommend you do film six to eight, as you can tell, I'm an overachiever, but you wanna make sure that you're batching at least a good amount based on how quickly you can get them out.
I see this mistake all the time - using a personal page for their business. On today's episode of Digital Champions, I discuss why it is so important for you to be using a business page instead of your personal page.
This is one of the most common mistakes that I've see people doing, where they're consistently trying to build their brand or build their business on their personal pages. By far no question, it is critical that you build your business on a business page.
The reason why a lot of people have a tendency to want to do it on their personal page is that they're getting more likes, they're getting more engagement on their personal page because the algorithms favor the personal accounts over the business accounts unless you're paying money. If you've watched a lot of my videos, you know that paying to play is always a good strategy in spending some advertising dollars.
Nick, what do you mean?
You just said the algorithms better on the personal pages but I should share...
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