cjtf7 Group Business Blog
05/29/2015 By admin
The Skool Network says
02/11/2015 at 4:52 PM
Hugo Madureira says
02/11/2015 at 10:45 PM
Re-upload because have some issues in the start! Enjoy!
Michael Alvaro says
02/12/2015 at 6:16 PM
When producing content anywhere, the first thing you need to ask: “Is my
target audience spending time on those channels?” and the easiest way to
find out is by searching topics that are related to the content that you
want to produce. Go to where your audience is spending most of their time
online and start connect with them there. You have to do the research on
all the channels: see how many people in your target audience are consuming
content on that particular channel, how many other companies or people are
producing similar content to what you want to produce on those channels and
what their numbers are, and then decide if this is the right platform to be
producing content on. Youtube videos in aggregate, receive billions of
views every day. If only 50,000 people are watching design related videos
each week, it might not be the right channel for you to build a community.
That all depends on your research and what your goals are.
03/05/2015 at 10:29 PM
Simon Trevaskis says
05/26/2015 at 2:07 PM
I’m also sick of this cliche of educating customers and no talk of
Chris and Jose you make work stuff fun to watch. You entertain. I forget
I’m learning. So keep on doing what you do guys and I’ll keep watching.
But if you want something to go viral and pick up 100,000 more follows in
24hrs it needs to be really entertaining to the industry and create
something followers will appreciate being shared with them.
CGI of cute baby sky diving into the super bowl and how you made it.
CGI of a cute cat trained to be a whiteboard eraser/duster. Smart Pussy 2.0
I’m totally suprised Mark didn’t discuss creativity. Isn’t that the essence
of social social that’s viral.
Anyway I haven’t read his book. I’m guessing he covers it.