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Building a Business, Measuring Results, Productivity

What is a SMART goal?

How do you set a goal that’s SMART? Let the 5 letters be your guide to the perfect goal.

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Measuring Results

30,000 Subscribers! And Setting New Goals!

We recently hit a great milestone on the YouTube channel 30,000 subscribers. A beautiful number but still a bit shocking since it’s not my one main call-to-action. So that got me thinking about vanity goals and what I would like to see if I were to set a new one.

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Measuring Results, Video Marketing

YouTube Subscribers and Views: Analyzing the numbers

In Zero to Pro Vlogger, our Facebook group is always abuzz with conversation and one of the questions that came in recently is understanding the YouTube subscriber to view ratio. I thought this was a good question (especially since I thought it was obvious… that’s how you know something is a good blog post idea!) so I wanted to talk about it today and how you should be thinking about these numbers on a success scale.

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Building a Business, Crisis Management, Measuring Results

Procrastination: The Real Definition

I’m on a sexy rant today (because I know much you like those) to talk about procrastination and what it really means. Because if you’re doing it, you’re not going to like what it says about you.

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Measuring Results, Monetization, Podcasting

What Action Should Your Audience Take After Your Podcast? [VIDEO]

You’ve given away a TON of value on your podcast and now it’s time for your audience to take action. So what should they do? Top podcasters share what they prompt their listeners to do next.

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Inspiration, Measuring Results

My Goal for the Next Year [VIDEO]

I’ve been giving a lot of thoughts around my goals and how I feel about where I am in my career. And I think it’s time to make a bold statement. Learn what it is in this Savvy Tuesday episode.

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Facebook, Measuring Results

How to Make Call-To-Action Buttons on Facebook [VIDEO]

Facebook is becoming just a little more friendly to the brands and marketers on the platform. It’s great to see this new option to add calls to action to your links so your audience actually understands the move you want them to make: leaving the social networks and checking you out on your own turf!

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Engagement, Facebook, Measuring Results

What Facebook Ads Really Get You [VIDEO]

A very popular channel on YouTube that likes to expose the truth of things recently uploaded a video about Facebook Ads and their actual effect on a brand page. I thought this was a briliant representation of what’s happening and so I’m sharing those feelings with you for this Social Thursday episode. If you’re wondering whether you’re going to get what you want out of Facebook Ads, this is the video for you (actual the video about a video… just for you).

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Measuring Results, Video Marketing

How I Quadrupled My YouTube Subscribers in 8 Months [200th VIDEO!]

Holy man. We’ve made a lot of videos together, haven’t we? This week we celebrate the 200th episode of the Triple S.

I thought this would be a good opportunity to see how much the channel has changed since only 100 videos ago in March of this year. Use this case study as an opportunity to learn what has worked for me that can help you increase your presence on YouTube as well.

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Measuring Results, Social Media

Sexy Social Media Metrics That Don’t Matter (and What You Should Measure Instead) [VIDEO]

There are lots of numbers thrown into your face when you use social media that makes it an instant popularity contest. But when you’re using these platforms to market your business, you have to stay focused on the things that really matter and not these sexy metrics that really don’t matter.

For this week’s Sexy Wednesday we are going to confront those sexy metrics head on and call their bluff. Learn why they don’t matter and what you should be measuring instead.

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