Back by popular demand, we are opening up early registration for a 2-Day eBoot Camp Social Media Intensive. We invite 10 businesses to come and spend two full days with us working on your digital marketing strategy and implementation. It’s an intense two days – I’m exhausted, your exhausted, my team hates me. 🙂 But! You leave with a comprehensive strategy and you get a ton accomplished as you’re working on your computer for both days.
It’s powerful and it will be the most valuable two days you’ll spend ON your business all year. Look over to your right for more details and reserve your seat now while the rate is low and there is availability. I will also allow you to bring a colleague from your business to join you for free. Go do it right now and I’ll see you in beautiful Michigan!
My Interview with Geoff Ramm:
Just this week, I was asked by a client if he should delete his Google+ social media account. For those of you who don’t know, this is Google’s attempt at competing with Facebook and LinkedIn for social networking market share. I’m unsure whether or not Google+ will ever be a major player in the social media space, but I was very clear that he should not delete his account. Why? Two words: Google Hangouts.
This is Google’s version of Skype but taken to a whole different level. You can video chat with up to 10 people and easily (I mean easily) record your video sessions and post them to your YouTube Account. The opportunities for this technology are endless:
– Live Coaching sessions
– Mastermind groups
– Client meetings
– And more
This Tuesday, I took to Google Hangouts to record an interview with a new friend of mine, Geoff Ramm. I met Geoff at the National Speaker’s Association Convention and shared the stage with him during a marketing workshop. I was blown away by his material. He gives real-world tips that make me uncomfortable because I haven’t been properly doing them in my business. He’s also from the UK so he has a sweet accent! 🙂
Here were the steps to get this interview recorded and posted to my YouTube Account:
1. Find Geoff on Google+
2. Invite him to my ‘handout’
3. Press the record button
4. End the session.
It then automatically published the recording to my YouTube Channel.
And here’s the recording of the interview: http://youtu.be/JhqFeNU6-Ls