It’s the dream of many content creators to have an awesome piece of content go viral. The audience, your readers, prospects and dream clients are often neglected in the process to creating viral content. What if there was a way to have viral content that engaged your readers as well as attracted in more traffic and increased brand recognition?
On a PC or Mac, it’s easy to record videos showing your computer screen when you want to share a PowerPoint slideshow or demonstrate something online to create content for your online programs and membership sites.
But, there are times when you might want to record a video sharing your iPhone or iPad screen to demonstrate how to edit settings on a phone or how to use a specific app.
I’ve only recently discovered how to mirror your iPhone or iPad screen to your desktop, so in this post, I’ll reveal how you can create videos on your desktop that demonstrates something on your iPhone or iPad.
For a long time, it’s been considered that your email list is the most valuable asset you can build in your business.
However, with people now receiving so many emails each day, it’s becoming more difficult to get your emails opened, let alone read.
With remarketing and other online tools for reaching your audience becoming more and more popular, are we seeing the beginning of the end of email list building?
If you’re anything like me, there will often be times when you realise that you need to download one of your videos from Facebook or YouTube after it’s been posted online – either because you forgot to save the video before you posted it, or because you want the MP4 file to bring into your video editor to edit.
- Facebook livestreams delivered on your Facebook page that you want to upload to YouTube but the livestream didn’t save to your phone (either because the save failed or you forgot to save it).
If you have been selling your online programs or membership site subscriptions for a while, and you’re looking to upgrade your video hosting option, then hosting your videos on Vimeo is a great option.
Follow the steps below to protect your paid online program videos in Vimeo. These are the security settings we now use to host my paid content on Vimeo.
These settings will prohibit downloading and restrict access to certain controls, making it much more difficult for your content to be fraudulently downloaded.
If your email open rate is low or decreasing, perhaps your emails are being deleted unread – consigned to the trash can on sight?
When you send follow up emails to people who have opted in for your lead magnet, of course, you want the majority of your subscribers to read what you have to say.
Unless they read your emails, you won’t have the opportunity to build and nurture a relationship with your community; to guide them towards deciding to get your help to achieve the result or transformation you offer.
These are a few of the comments I’ve heard from my private Facebook advertising clients when we’ve been discussing their strategy for converting their targeted audience into paying clients from Facebook ads:
“My audience won’t download an eBook…”
“My audience don’t like webinars…”
“My audience won’t accept me sending daily emails…”
“My audience prefer a specific style of post or image…”
But, here’s the thing. In EVERY case, these were untested ASSUMPTIONS!
And we all know what assuming does, eh?!
Targeted audience? WHICH audience?
Over the years, you will have amassed hundreds or thousands of likes on your Facebook business page.
Whilst you’d be forgiven for thinking that the people who have liked your page are interested in you or your business, you’d also be very wrong!
Let’s be honest here for a moment. How many Facebook pages have you liked over the years that you’ve taken very little notice of since?!
If you’ve ever participated in a like ladder, or posted asking for page likes in exchange for you liking their page, then the percentage of your page fans who have any interest in you is probably even lower than my best conservative guess.
Have you ever edited a website page or blog post name, description or image, and the next time you post the link on Facebook, the link preview is still showing the old info?
This is what I’m referring to – the link preview that appears under your Facebook post when you share a link to your website page or blog post:
If I was to update either the image shown here, the headline under the image, or the description under the headline now, they wouldn’t automatically update in Facebook. The next time I shared the link, it would still show what you see here.Because it’s so prominent, when it’s showing out of date info, it’s really frustrating.
There is a ‘general consensus’ is that you can only really say you’ve achieved success online when you’ve:
- -Built fully automated lead generation and sales conversion funnels
- -Systemised the day to day running of your business to remove yourself from the day to day client work
- -Turned your entire business into a series of passive, recurring income streams
But, what if you achieved that? Would you be truly happy? Would you feel a deep fulfillment at a soul level?
Is that what you REALLY want?