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Video is a powerful tool for making a personal connection but you can quickly get in your own way of making that possible if you add too many bells and whistles to the contrary. Today I’m going to share what video mistake you could be making and how to fix it so you can make that personal connection instantly.
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If you’ve been paying attention to the marketing space, you probably hear one word very frequently.
Everyone is talking about their brand. Focusing on building their brand. Working with brands. Branding their business. Brand. Brand. Brand. (Jan Brady voice inserted here.)
It’s a situation of where a word becomes so overly used by an industry that it joins the infamous category of buzzwords. A buzzword (accordingly to Wikipedia) is “a word or
I was able to address a couple of hot topics in the world of vlogging for this episode of ‘I’ve Tried Everything,’ a Q&A series I do on Savvy Sexy Social. In Sasha’s question, he asks what kind of content he should create for new viewers while also keeping content for him existing audience true to form.