March 22, 2022

Get Booked On More Interviews with One Sheet Pro

Get Booked On More Interviews with One Sheet Pro

If you are looking to grow your audience by being a guest on TV Shows, Podcasts, Live Streams, etc. then you want to jump into this live and learn some best practices and tools from Co-Founder of 1sheet.pro Brent Basham.

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Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.520 --> 00:00:05.879 And now here's something we hope you really like. You're listening to creating daily, 2 00:00:06.200 --> 00:00:09.160 there's something wrong with you. You know that, because you and I 3 00:00:09.199 --> 00:00:12.640 are like a mullets. It is the is the business. So he's the 4 00:00:12.640 --> 00:00:15.759 front part of the haircut and then I'm the party in the back. I 5 00:00:15.800 --> 00:00:19.320 think they're hilarious. Speaks to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking. 6 00:00:22.839 --> 00:00:25.879 All right, all right, what's up, everybody? Welcome to another 7 00:00:25.920 --> 00:00:28.519 episode of creating daily. I'm your host, billy do or IP. If 8 00:00:28.559 --> 00:00:31.640 this is your first time checking out the show, welcome. This is where 9 00:00:31.640 --> 00:00:36.359 we bring on people from the Creator Community to talk about Creator Culture, Creator 10 00:00:36.359 --> 00:00:40.439 economy, creer tools, tips, tricks, fun stuff, all those things, 11 00:00:40.520 --> 00:00:45.280 and I'm excited about today's episode. I have my friend Brent Basham coming 12 00:00:45.359 --> 00:00:49.479 on here in a few minutes from one sheet pro so, if you're looking 13 00:00:49.560 --> 00:00:52.640 to be a guest on live shows, podcast, radio shows, TV's, 14 00:00:52.799 --> 00:00:55.439 all that fun stuff, you've come to the right place. We're going to 15 00:00:55.479 --> 00:00:58.439 talk to the guy with the flip, the guy with the plan. No, 16 00:00:58.759 --> 00:01:02.759 the man with the plan. He has created an amazing product, him 17 00:01:02.759 --> 00:01:06.159 in his partner. So we're going to be chatting with him about that momentarily, 18 00:01:06.439 --> 00:01:10.159 but before we do, as always, got a couple of segments, 19 00:01:10.159 --> 00:01:14.920 so let's go ahead and get into it. Creator highlights. New Cooking necessary 20 00:01:14.920 --> 00:01:21.319 and new assembly required. It's got to be funk, all right, so 21 00:01:21.519 --> 00:01:25.400 do a little creator highlight here is brought to you by my friends over at 22 00:01:25.400 --> 00:01:29.920 Maven Coffee Company. So if you've never had maving coffee then you're missing Ow, 23 00:01:30.159 --> 00:01:32.400 I promise you. Once you take a little sip of it, you 24 00:01:32.480 --> 00:01:38.079 know throw away all this overly produced coffee that's shipped in from God knows where 25 00:01:38.079 --> 00:01:42.959 and cooked and baked and whatever. They did a coffee. My friend Niko 26 00:01:42.079 --> 00:01:47.159 and his wife Tana are the owners of maven coffee and this is literally the 27 00:01:47.239 --> 00:01:49.159 best coffee in the world. Not because I say so, not because they 28 00:01:49.200 --> 00:01:55.120 say so, but because it literally is the best coffee in the world's voted 29 00:01:55.239 --> 00:01:59.719 some of the best coffee. It's Colombian coffee and they what they do is 30 00:01:59.719 --> 00:02:02.519 they go direct to farm so, instead of being the Middle Guy, my 31 00:02:02.560 --> 00:02:06.879 friend Niko his wife to go right down to Columbia. Just got back. 32 00:02:06.920 --> 00:02:10.280 They go to all these little farms and work directly with farmers in small batches 33 00:02:10.439 --> 00:02:15.800 to literally bring you the best produced coffee in the world. So I could 34 00:02:15.800 --> 00:02:20.199 talk about them all day. But this isn't really a maving coffee highlight. 35 00:02:20.199 --> 00:02:23.039 They just helped us with this segment today. This is actually a highlight of 36 00:02:23.080 --> 00:02:30.240 my friend Michael Sterling from sterling clear audio. He just launched a podcast, 37 00:02:30.240 --> 00:02:34.280 so we always want to celebrate people who are watching stuff. These are conversations 38 00:02:34.319 --> 00:02:38.800 about the fusion of techniques and technology for social audio, podcasting and live streaming. 39 00:02:38.840 --> 00:02:43.919 So you can check it out for more information about that. Join Michael's 40 00:02:44.000 --> 00:02:49.960 discord and if you are over in clubhouse or somewhere on the Internet, I've 41 00:02:50.000 --> 00:02:53.639 probably put a link near you somewhere where you can go to the daily live 42 00:02:53.719 --> 00:02:59.800 show website, creating daily live show website and click on important links and you 43 00:03:00.039 --> 00:03:02.479 can see where you can join his discord. So if that's something you want 44 00:03:02.520 --> 00:03:06.800 to do and he can really help you out, dial in your audio. 45 00:03:06.800 --> 00:03:10.800 He's really been strategic for me to dial in my audio for my roadcaster pro 46 00:03:10.919 --> 00:03:15.319 so go over there, support Michael, support his podcast and all the people 47 00:03:15.319 --> 00:03:17.840 who brings on their real pros, and I don't say that lightly. So 48 00:03:19.120 --> 00:03:23.919 all right, now let's jump into a little bit of news. That's news 49 00:03:23.000 --> 00:03:28.599 to me creating daily and, as I always say, I just create this 50 00:03:28.639 --> 00:03:30.919 little stingers so I can get a little sip of water because I talked so 51 00:03:30.000 --> 00:03:34.680 much at the beginning of the show. But some exciting news coming down the 52 00:03:34.680 --> 00:03:38.439 pipeline from Apple. They are going to, I think next month, start 53 00:03:38.520 --> 00:03:42.680 letting you see how many followers that you have. So not too long ago 54 00:03:42.800 --> 00:03:50.280 apple change their podcast platform from subscribers to followers or whatever you call it these 55 00:03:50.360 --> 00:03:53.680 days in appearently, in a month we're going to be able to get into 56 00:03:53.840 --> 00:03:58.240 the back end of Apple, which I think is called podcast connect, and 57 00:03:58.319 --> 00:04:01.719 you can see how many followers are actually following your show. So we really 58 00:04:01.719 --> 00:04:06.680 appreciate everybody. I mean I appreciate Apple. I don't know I said everybody. 59 00:04:06.680 --> 00:04:13.159 We appreciate apple giving us some more information about our podcasts. Like it's 60 00:04:13.159 --> 00:04:16.279 about freaking time. There's a lot of companies out there doing some cool stuff, 61 00:04:16.279 --> 00:04:19.600 but thanks apple for getting on the on the bus after you started this 62 00:04:19.600 --> 00:04:25.720 project and giving us some better insights in real quick before we jump into it, 63 00:04:25.759 --> 00:04:29.600 just want to say hello to all the people that are jumping into the 64 00:04:29.639 --> 00:04:32.399 chat from all over the place. We got MONTY WEAVER JUMPING IN, over 65 00:04:32.639 --> 00:04:38.600 on Youtube, we get sid and meadows actually said is here on clubhouse and 66 00:04:38.720 --> 00:04:43.399 over here on facebook as well, and then we have Michael Sterling over on 67 00:04:43.959 --> 00:04:47.439 Bullhorn, which Michael also, that's a good reminder, started his podcast and 68 00:04:47.480 --> 00:04:50.439 it is available on Bull Horn. So I look forward to seeing him live 69 00:04:50.480 --> 00:04:55.160 as well. And if you're a creator, I definitely recommend that you check 70 00:04:55.160 --> 00:04:58.040 out bull horn and see what it's all about. So, wherever you're watching 71 00:04:58.079 --> 00:05:00.360 from or listening from, say hello in the chat if you have any questions 72 00:05:00.360 --> 00:05:02.959 for Brent. As we get going, we are going to open it up 73 00:05:03.040 --> 00:05:08.199 toward the end of the interview for a Qa or our conversation really brants a 74 00:05:08.240 --> 00:05:11.759 friend more conversation to interview, we're going to open it up for a little 75 00:05:11.759 --> 00:05:15.720 bit of Qa. So really appreciate everyone jumping in all the fun places that 76 00:05:15.720 --> 00:05:18.519 you are. And now I want to introduce my friend that I met on 77 00:05:18.600 --> 00:05:25.360 Clubhouse, Brent Basham, the cofounder of one sheet pro and he's going to 78 00:05:25.399 --> 00:05:29.759 tell us how we can throw away these old pdfs and so let me just 79 00:05:29.759 --> 00:05:32.800 switch right over and he's only audio today, no video, so I created 80 00:05:32.879 --> 00:05:36.920 a little little slide for us. But all right, Brent, what is 81 00:05:36.959 --> 00:05:40.839 going on? My man, how are you doing? Hey, billy, 82 00:05:40.879 --> 00:05:43.560 thanks for having me on do this is awesome. Yeah, man, this 83 00:05:43.639 --> 00:05:46.480 is cool. So for people watching the video, Brent is just not dead 84 00:05:46.480 --> 00:05:50.279 staring you in the face this he was wasn't able to do video today, 85 00:05:50.319 --> 00:05:54.720 so it just brought his picture on. But underneath there there's a way to 86 00:05:54.720 --> 00:05:58.279 connect with him. When she got pro print, Basham, you can go 87 00:05:58.399 --> 00:06:00.720 check out his one sheet and then also mine is just one sheet or one 88 00:06:00.800 --> 00:06:04.319 sheet dot pro. Billy Thorpe can check that one out as well. So, 89 00:06:04.399 --> 00:06:09.160 Brient, let's jump in. Man, before we talk about one sheet, 90 00:06:09.560 --> 00:06:13.839 I'm just curious. I know you you call yourself an old podcaster or 91 00:06:14.240 --> 00:06:19.759 retired podcaster. Yeah, but this whole idea came from your experience of of 92 00:06:19.800 --> 00:06:24.240 being a podcaster and booking shows. Can we start there with a little backstory 93 00:06:24.279 --> 00:06:28.560 of how it came about? Yeah, for sure. So back in two 94 00:06:28.600 --> 00:06:31.279 thousand and fourteen, a buddy and I were talking about how I'll be short 95 00:06:31.360 --> 00:06:34.279 with this, but a buddy and I we're talking about how we were the 96 00:06:34.519 --> 00:06:39.240 very last digital immigrant. Dad's raising, the very first digital natives and it 97 00:06:39.240 --> 00:06:42.279 was an interesting inflection point history and we were having all these kinds of talk 98 00:06:42.360 --> 00:06:45.480 conversations, and we were both nerds and he was like, Hey, you 99 00:06:45.480 --> 00:06:47.199 know, there's this thing a podcasting, we should do that. And so, 100 00:06:47.240 --> 00:06:51.439 of course we did about five episodes in, ten episodes in we had 101 00:06:51.480 --> 00:06:56.199 an audience of about four or five and so we said we're just going to 102 00:06:56.240 --> 00:06:58.759 have fun with it and we started putting our kids on the show. We 103 00:06:58.800 --> 00:07:01.120 just flipped on the MIC and, you know, for me, magic happened. 104 00:07:01.120 --> 00:07:05.879 Then we pipped on the mic and and what amounted to usually forty five 105 00:07:05.879 --> 00:07:09.680 minutes, thirty forty minutes of tape would end up with about a one to 106 00:07:09.800 --> 00:07:12.639 two minute. Second Minute the beginning of the show. We'd called open with 107 00:07:12.680 --> 00:07:15.759 something like Hey, has dad been raising his voice lately, or do I 108 00:07:15.800 --> 00:07:18.360 look at my phone too much or whatever, and then we would talk about 109 00:07:18.399 --> 00:07:23.120 on the shows. It was really magical experience. But another point that change 110 00:07:23.120 --> 00:07:26.360 for us when we started having guests on our show, and that was a 111 00:07:26.360 --> 00:07:30.079 real labor back then there wasn't some of these directories out there. There is 112 00:07:30.120 --> 00:07:32.959 it facebook groups for this sort of thing. You really literally would go on 113 00:07:33.079 --> 00:07:35.639 I would go a lot of times on Amazon, try to find authors, 114 00:07:35.639 --> 00:07:39.079 try to check down their website, try to find out, talk to a 115 00:07:39.120 --> 00:07:41.519 PR person, find out they're not even looking to be on a shows. 116 00:07:41.680 --> 00:07:45.839 Is a real pain. And then the request we got in coming into US 117 00:07:45.959 --> 00:07:50.519 usually had a word attachment which gave a really poor first impression out of the 118 00:07:50.519 --> 00:07:54.480 gate. So yeah, it was it hit close to home for me as 119 00:07:54.519 --> 00:07:58.600 far as solving this this problem of helping people grow. And now that you 120 00:07:58.639 --> 00:08:01.800 know, fast forward a few years and I've seen people just really kill it 121 00:08:01.839 --> 00:08:05.240 being able to use guess interviews to their advantage, not just on podcast like 122 00:08:05.399 --> 00:08:07.360 we did, but on live streams and youtube. It's just all these different 123 00:08:07.360 --> 00:08:11.160 mediums. Now, Club House etc. I don't even know if you'd call 124 00:08:11.240 --> 00:08:15.240 those in interview, but these ability for people to connect and bring a message 125 00:08:15.279 --> 00:08:18.319 to an audience really resonates, you know, with me and everybody else. 126 00:08:18.240 --> 00:08:22.879 Yeah, man, I like that. You said you know that the process 127 00:08:22.920 --> 00:08:28.120 was clunky for getting guests or being a guest on other shows. So making 128 00:08:28.199 --> 00:08:31.959 you dive a little bit more into that experience, because I've had some interesting 129 00:08:31.000 --> 00:08:35.759 experience as well. So I would love to hear you know what were some 130 00:08:35.799 --> 00:08:39.000 of those pain points that got you thinking like man, I got to solve 131 00:08:39.080 --> 00:08:43.919 this problem. Well, you know, the biggest one was finding for me 132 00:08:43.000 --> 00:08:46.200 it was finding the right guess I think a lot of creators, you know, 133 00:08:46.320 --> 00:08:50.440 ours was called Digital Dad's right. So that hit's just about as close 134 00:08:50.440 --> 00:08:52.039 to home as you can imagine with with your kids and trying to be a 135 00:08:52.080 --> 00:08:56.679 better father and all that kind of stuff. And so the quality of guests 136 00:08:56.759 --> 00:08:58.279 and the quality of what they were sharing with our audience. We got very 137 00:08:58.320 --> 00:09:01.240 protective with our audience. We got, I know you always talked about it 138 00:09:01.240 --> 00:09:05.799 being a community, and it really is a community. We really got close 139 00:09:05.879 --> 00:09:07.879 with the people they sent us. I mean I had one message me, 140 00:09:09.000 --> 00:09:11.679 email me from the delivery room of the hospital telling us how he felt more 141 00:09:11.679 --> 00:09:15.679 prepared from the guests we had. Not so much with me. I wasn't 142 00:09:15.679 --> 00:09:18.000 an expert, but more prepared and confident to take on that new challenge because 143 00:09:18.279 --> 00:09:22.759 but it was about the fact that he had other people he was connected to, 144 00:09:22.840 --> 00:09:26.320 he was connected with the community and it helped him right. And so 145 00:09:26.519 --> 00:09:28.720 it was really important for us to get good quality content. But, like 146 00:09:28.759 --> 00:09:33.600 I said, I was going on Amazon, I was scouring facebook or social 147 00:09:33.600 --> 00:09:37.120 media, but it just hadn't evolved even to the point where you can find 148 00:09:37.120 --> 00:09:41.440 something interesting, and I personally think this problem still isn't solved, obviously because 149 00:09:41.480 --> 00:09:43.919 I'm still out here with a new way to try to solve it. But 150 00:09:45.200 --> 00:09:48.080 what I think you need to do is get all the people who are really 151 00:09:48.200 --> 00:09:50.320 willing to share a message. We had university professors on our show. We 152 00:09:50.360 --> 00:09:54.360 had a pediatrician who talked about the dangers and dry drowning right before summer, 153 00:09:54.399 --> 00:09:58.320 all these kinds of things, summer safety tips and stuff like that right with. 154 00:09:58.399 --> 00:10:01.919 These people don't necessarily Gett an Roli, like some creators do. We 155 00:10:03.039 --> 00:10:05.799 want them in the fall. We want all those people to be in one 156 00:10:05.840 --> 00:10:09.879 place, that these messages that are so important can get found and get heard. 157 00:10:11.200 --> 00:10:13.200 That's kind of the whole point. Yeah, man, I love it 158 00:10:13.240 --> 00:10:16.440 and I love that you're solving the problem, because I'm with you. You 159 00:10:16.440 --> 00:10:20.000 know, it's like I get people who reach out to me a lot to 160 00:10:20.080 --> 00:10:22.519 be on my show, and now that I have this creating daily show where 161 00:10:22.519 --> 00:10:24.960 I'm trying to go daily, like for whatever reason I did that, though. 162 00:10:26.000 --> 00:10:28.679 That was a good idea, you know now. Now try to book 163 00:10:28.679 --> 00:10:31.840 a guest, it you a right braver or dumb? I haven't figured it. 164 00:10:31.840 --> 00:10:33.720 Will see what happens. But you know, now I'm trying to book 165 00:10:33.720 --> 00:10:37.799 a guest every day. So you know some people who are just trying to 166 00:10:37.799 --> 00:10:39.799 get three or four guests a month. Now I'm trying to book a guest 167 00:10:39.879 --> 00:10:45.080 every day. I need a better way to go to a directory, to 168 00:10:45.159 --> 00:10:48.039 go to a website and say, Oh, this person is a perfect fit, 169 00:10:48.120 --> 00:10:50.120 let me reach out to him. Then I don't want to go chase 170 00:10:50.159 --> 00:10:52.639 their email down, I don't want to go chase their funt you know there 171 00:10:54.000 --> 00:10:56.960 whatever their instagram or their facebook and all. I mean, we live a 172 00:10:56.960 --> 00:11:01.159 million but we have a million houses on the Internet essentially, and it's hard 173 00:11:01.200 --> 00:11:03.320 to find people. And so I feel like that that's when you you know, 174 00:11:03.360 --> 00:11:05.759 like you said, your journey to bring all this under one roof and 175 00:11:05.759 --> 00:11:09.559 say hey, here's, here's where we can really house your what would you 176 00:11:09.559 --> 00:11:13.240 call it? What are you trying to house? Like our digital footprint or 177 00:11:13.360 --> 00:11:16.120 digital ecosystem? How do you find that? Yeah, I mean it's got 178 00:11:16.159 --> 00:11:20.480 I think it's got everything and there's some really interesting data points for capturing but 179 00:11:20.519 --> 00:11:22.840 at the end of the day, what we're trying to create as a superpowered 180 00:11:22.840 --> 00:11:26.080 guest directory. So I think it's still going to fall under the idea of 181 00:11:26.080 --> 00:11:30.639 a profile, right, and I know that sort of really simplifies the idea, 182 00:11:30.679 --> 00:11:33.320 but it's still going to be a profile. It's just a nature of 183 00:11:33.320 --> 00:11:37.480 the directory, the nature of the sharing that really super charges it. Got 184 00:11:37.559 --> 00:11:39.240 Hi, man. Well, I'm excited to jump in and kind of talk 185 00:11:39.320 --> 00:11:43.879 about, you know, the product of one sheet in the problems that it 186 00:11:43.960 --> 00:11:48.840 solves and I've luckily, you know, have been kind of connected to this 187 00:11:48.840 --> 00:11:52.799 project as a Beta tester, if you will, as somebody who can, 188 00:11:52.840 --> 00:11:54.600 you know, jump in and give some feedback, give some thoughts or whatever. 189 00:11:54.600 --> 00:12:00.320 So that's really drive a whole different perspective. But I'll try to keep 190 00:12:00.360 --> 00:12:05.879 my curiosity from the older days when I didn't know about the product as much. 191 00:12:05.919 --> 00:12:09.720 We're going to test my interview skills right now, Britt and see what 192 00:12:09.759 --> 00:12:13.480 happens. So, man, let's jump into it and I have the ability 193 00:12:13.600 --> 00:12:16.919 to bring up, I think I've shown you this already, the website and 194 00:12:16.960 --> 00:12:20.559 so we can show them the back end of my profile of how people will 195 00:12:20.720 --> 00:12:24.679 use it. But the overall mission is a simple way for me, as 196 00:12:24.799 --> 00:12:28.919 a creator or as an author, you know, someone, like you said, 197 00:12:28.960 --> 00:12:33.440 somebody with the message, to be able to cut the friction out of 198 00:12:33.440 --> 00:12:35.600 someone saying yes to me being on their show. So I want people, 199 00:12:35.639 --> 00:12:39.200 when you're listening to this, you're watching this, keep that in mind. 200 00:12:39.279 --> 00:12:43.320 This is a tool to say hey, here's everything under one roof and it 201 00:12:43.360 --> 00:12:48.000 really is just pretty spectacular what you guys have done. So and also, 202 00:12:48.039 --> 00:12:50.399 if you're in Clubhouse, you can click that link. It's going to take 203 00:12:50.440 --> 00:12:54.080 you to our live page and if you want to see the video, which 204 00:12:54.120 --> 00:12:58.320 this is going to be more video driven, as Brent's talking and he'll do 205 00:12:58.360 --> 00:13:01.559 a great job explaining it, but you can click on there and click on 206 00:13:01.559 --> 00:13:05.000 one of those links like youtube or bull horn or somewhere like that. So 207 00:13:05.360 --> 00:13:07.919 all right, Brent, so let's jump into man, let's take a look 208 00:13:07.639 --> 00:13:11.360 and you can just kind of show me around and I'll point and click as 209 00:13:11.360 --> 00:13:15.320 we go. Yeah, I think probably first go up at the top the 210 00:13:15.360 --> 00:13:18.919 expert directory. That's kind of the core of the site and obviously it's brand 211 00:13:18.919 --> 00:13:22.799 new, which is actually a really good opportunity for people. We went through 212 00:13:22.840 --> 00:13:26.279 this with the previous project the game, but it's sort of hits an inflection 213 00:13:26.519 --> 00:13:31.759 word. People just start piling in as you go. But what you see 214 00:13:31.840 --> 00:13:37.200 here is born out of in the directory. You're going to see that I, 215 00:13:37.279 --> 00:13:43.080 as a host, wanted created this to basically make it really easy for 216 00:13:43.120 --> 00:13:45.320 me to find what I need. Now it's not popular yet, but if 217 00:13:45.320 --> 00:13:48.639 you imagine this as just tons of tons of people were going to introduce search, 218 00:13:48.720 --> 00:13:50.919 we've got all these data points like, for example, you have a 219 00:13:50.919 --> 00:13:52.720 live stream right. So as we go I'll be able to look at live 220 00:13:52.720 --> 00:13:56.559 steams, I'll be able to look at podcast and when I go through this 221 00:13:56.600 --> 00:14:00.720 directory, I click on quick view and it pops up really quickly and one 222 00:14:00.759 --> 00:14:03.120 of the things we're going to add is just quick talking points. So you're 223 00:14:03.120 --> 00:14:05.759 going to be able to look at this scroll through the pop up close. 224 00:14:05.840 --> 00:14:09.279 So, as a host, I'm going through here and it's really easy for 225 00:14:09.320 --> 00:14:11.919 me to see, oh, billy's a podcaster, I see he's got a 226 00:14:11.919 --> 00:14:13.919 youtube and I see he's got a live stream. Cool from the little icons 227 00:14:15.000 --> 00:14:18.080 I can see what he's all about and I can quickly go through. Even 228 00:14:18.159 --> 00:14:20.240 if I use a search I can still pair down and see billy might be 229 00:14:20.279 --> 00:14:24.039 somebody interesting to me very, very quickly, because I think it's important. 230 00:14:24.080 --> 00:14:26.440 We're also busy to try to make this fast. And then if I do 231 00:14:26.480 --> 00:14:30.759 say billy's worth connected with, I can click over to be the full profile. 232 00:14:30.799 --> 00:14:33.960 I can click connecting go from there. There's also the option to add 233 00:14:33.000 --> 00:14:35.600 a video right there in that as well, like an intro video, so 234 00:14:35.639 --> 00:14:41.519 you can really wanted to make the browsing experience really powerful for people when they're 235 00:14:41.559 --> 00:14:45.960 trying to find these interview these pert your guests for a show. Obviously this 236 00:14:46.039 --> 00:14:48.320 is kind of like a link tree here. You've got all your links in 237 00:14:48.360 --> 00:14:50.759 the bottom the profile itself. I spend a lot of time saying if I 238 00:14:50.799 --> 00:14:54.600 was a host, now that I've, you know, kind of gone through 239 00:14:54.600 --> 00:14:58.080 the directory or found you, maybe you shared this me directly. What what 240 00:14:58.240 --> 00:15:00.879 I want to see in a couple of the key things is one, I 241 00:15:00.879 --> 00:15:03.200 want to hear you, and if you go to your past appearances section, 242 00:15:03.240 --> 00:15:05.840 I can quickly see what here's, what Billi's all about. What is it? 243 00:15:05.840 --> 00:15:09.480 What does he sound like? What is his personality like? What is 244 00:15:09.480 --> 00:15:11.919 his what how does he communicate himself as an authority? And I can quickly 245 00:15:11.960 --> 00:15:16.480 click play on any of these podcast boom, just like that. Right, 246 00:15:16.919 --> 00:15:20.799 you've got past video interviews from Youtube. It's all right there, I don't 247 00:15:20.840 --> 00:15:24.000 have to people think when they said when people are applying as guests, what 248 00:15:24.039 --> 00:15:28.879 they don't do. Unfortunately, this is human nature, as they don't put 249 00:15:28.960 --> 00:15:31.720 on the hat of the other person. Like. What is that experience like 250 00:15:31.759 --> 00:15:33.799 for them? When you see in me an email with a word dog and 251 00:15:33.879 --> 00:15:37.240 fifteen links all over the internet? I don't want to chase it around. 252 00:15:37.919 --> 00:15:41.200 Just it's it's all right. And and also, here's the thing. You 253 00:15:41.200 --> 00:15:48.399 also got to understand this. Guest interviews are hugely valuable. So it's competitive. 254 00:15:48.480 --> 00:15:50.960 It's incredibly competitive. You got to figure out a way to make it 255 00:15:52.000 --> 00:15:56.080 easy for them to say yes. We had a mutual friend that had used 256 00:15:56.120 --> 00:15:58.320 our previous platform. They were booked out for I think four months, billy, 257 00:15:58.360 --> 00:16:02.399 they had interviews booked out for four months, Dollard, if you wanted 258 00:16:02.440 --> 00:16:04.799 to be on their show. However, you and I both know if a 259 00:16:04.840 --> 00:16:08.600 good guess cut through the noise, you'd fit them in right, if they 260 00:16:08.639 --> 00:16:12.559 made a great impression, exactly had something that click. If you were able 261 00:16:12.639 --> 00:16:17.960 to they get right in. So it just really important to to make a 262 00:16:17.960 --> 00:16:19.919 good person pression and that's what we try to do with the profile. Yeah, 263 00:16:19.960 --> 00:16:22.360 man, you know, a couple things that I really love about it, 264 00:16:22.519 --> 00:16:26.360 and is one is that link tree replacement. You know, because I 265 00:16:26.919 --> 00:16:30.480 because here's the thing as a creator, and it depends on what level you're 266 00:16:30.519 --> 00:16:33.440 at and you know how you're monetizing or not monetized, girl, that kind 267 00:16:33.440 --> 00:16:37.039 of stuff. But every little thing has a cost. You know, this 268 00:16:37.039 --> 00:16:38.799 product for eighty dollars a year. There's product for eighty dollars a year. 269 00:16:38.840 --> 00:16:41.799 This, you know, it adds up. Next thing, you know. 270 00:16:41.080 --> 00:16:45.360 I mean I think we just did our taxes and I spent nearly thirty five 271 00:16:45.440 --> 00:16:49.519 hundred dollars last year on software alone, just for my business. It's so, 272 00:16:49.759 --> 00:16:52.240 you know, for you to bring a tool that says, hey, 273 00:16:52.279 --> 00:16:56.200 we're going to help you, we're going to, you know, help you 274 00:16:56.440 --> 00:17:00.120 like with that cost in in really do away with some of that cost is 275 00:17:00.120 --> 00:17:03.360 pretty phenomenal. And then the other thing, man, that I really love 276 00:17:03.440 --> 00:17:07.720 that you guys put together here was the past interviews, because you're right, 277 00:17:07.839 --> 00:17:10.319 it's like if I'm looking for somebody and I go, okay, let's hear 278 00:17:10.400 --> 00:17:11.960 this person story. Let's hear how they say it. You know, you 279 00:17:11.960 --> 00:17:15.599 don't have to do this discovery call. So now you're saving me time from, 280 00:17:15.640 --> 00:17:18.680 you know, doing these discovery calls, and I know I don't do 281 00:17:18.720 --> 00:17:22.279 these. I just like listen to people's stuff now that I have this option, 282 00:17:22.440 --> 00:17:25.960 or I try to find them and listen to him and make a decision. 283 00:17:25.960 --> 00:17:27.480 You know, do I want to bring them on the show? So 284 00:17:27.599 --> 00:17:33.599 I love the past experiences. I love the you know, the tags, 285 00:17:33.680 --> 00:17:37.119 if you will, like I'm I got sponsorship strategies, podcasting, live streaming 286 00:17:37.200 --> 00:17:41.480 business. quickly, within like two seconds, you can look at my profile 287 00:17:41.480 --> 00:17:44.319 and go, nope, it doesn't cover any subjects I talked about my podcasts 288 00:17:44.400 --> 00:17:48.160 and move on right, you know. So it's like not only getting guests, 289 00:17:48.160 --> 00:17:52.200 but eliminating guest is is powerful as well. So not only you know 290 00:17:52.319 --> 00:17:56.519 me as a podcast host, but you know Montez, a live streamer, 291 00:17:56.559 --> 00:17:59.599 said, as a podcast host, such and such, as a TV show, 292 00:17:59.680 --> 00:18:03.599 Ho uter, local show or whatever. So man, I love it. 293 00:18:03.640 --> 00:18:07.240 And then you guys have also made it really easy. Course you know 294 00:18:07.279 --> 00:18:08.400 we're gonna let me. Let me get back over here, because I want 295 00:18:08.440 --> 00:18:12.039 to go through these like is there humble brag coming? Is it humble Bragg 296 00:18:12.119 --> 00:18:15.119 on the way? Yeah, they're. I'm going to get to it. 297 00:18:15.319 --> 00:18:19.599 You know it's coming because I love what you guys have done. But for 298 00:18:19.680 --> 00:18:23.240 people watching, this is all stuff you can fill out like in this about 299 00:18:23.240 --> 00:18:26.920 section or whatever, which about, you know what, you don't have their 300 00:18:26.000 --> 00:18:30.880 billy to I should mention his testimonial. So you can actually send a layah 301 00:18:30.200 --> 00:18:33.599 out to people and they can give you a testimonial and it comes right in 302 00:18:33.680 --> 00:18:37.079 or they can add their head shot, they can add their words and you 303 00:18:37.119 --> 00:18:40.079 can display or not display. So there's some social proof right there too, 304 00:18:40.119 --> 00:18:41.480 and that takes advantage. Will Get to this in a minute, but that 305 00:18:41.640 --> 00:18:45.759 actually has the auto affiliate progrim built right into a twos is pretty cool. 306 00:18:45.000 --> 00:18:48.279 Yeah, we're going to get to that. Man, I love that. 307 00:18:48.319 --> 00:18:52.839 I love that. And then also my podcast, my projects are on here. 308 00:18:52.839 --> 00:18:55.920 So this is something that you guys did you know that I love to 309 00:18:56.079 --> 00:19:00.920 brint is the ability to you know, not only is it podcasts I've been 310 00:19:00.920 --> 00:19:04.400 on, but now it's episodes that I've done. So this is for me. 311 00:19:04.599 --> 00:19:08.680 I've already seen this, since I fired up one sheet pro I already 312 00:19:08.680 --> 00:19:14.480 see it in my podcast as being a podcaster already, my podcast host saying 313 00:19:14.519 --> 00:19:18.319 hey, one she pro sent people to your they're listening from one she pro, 314 00:19:18.759 --> 00:19:22.480 which I think is pretty cool, because now it's another discoverability platform as 315 00:19:22.519 --> 00:19:25.160 well. So that was high five on that one, man. You guys 316 00:19:25.200 --> 00:19:27.440 crush that. Yeah, yeah, for sure. discoverability is a big part 317 00:19:27.480 --> 00:19:30.720 of it, right. That's why we made the directory open and off behind 318 00:19:30.720 --> 00:19:33.640 a sign up all people can go look at the directory. As you noticed, 319 00:19:33.839 --> 00:19:37.720 you weren't logged in when you did that, right. So when people 320 00:19:37.759 --> 00:19:40.359 click on you, that's going to also help you with that CEO of Google 321 00:19:40.440 --> 00:19:42.559 Choice, because it all links back to your website. So there's a lot 322 00:19:42.599 --> 00:19:45.839 of thought put into this. I mean you can get into the weeds on 323 00:19:45.839 --> 00:19:48.119 a little bit of it, but but put it, put it to you 324 00:19:48.160 --> 00:19:51.599 this way. I've had a lot of years of sort of these pain points 325 00:19:51.599 --> 00:19:55.000 to figure out how can we create something that would be really useful for creators. 326 00:19:55.160 --> 00:19:56.240 Yeah, man, I love it and I love that you've put the 327 00:19:56.240 --> 00:20:00.920 podcast separate, you've put youtube, because a lot of times in this is 328 00:20:00.960 --> 00:20:03.440 what people got. You know, creators, especially like you, might start 329 00:20:03.480 --> 00:20:07.559 out as a podcaster and become a Youtuber, become a live streamer, become 330 00:20:07.680 --> 00:20:12.680 a radio station host, become a public speaker, and this thing is kind 331 00:20:12.680 --> 00:20:17.960 of one of those living, breathing documents, so to speak. Or you 332 00:20:17.960 --> 00:20:19.839 know, something on the Internet and I don't have to open up a PDF 333 00:20:19.880 --> 00:20:22.839 and go back through and figure out how to edit or open up photoshop or 334 00:20:22.880 --> 00:20:26.880 Canva or whatever. I literally just click this button, you know, with 335 00:20:26.960 --> 00:20:30.960 this little pencil tool on it, and go back in the back and I 336 00:20:30.000 --> 00:20:33.160 can edit all the stuff. So just just for people, you know checking 337 00:20:33.160 --> 00:20:38.279 out the video, there's about appearances youtube live streams and then let's like that 338 00:20:38.440 --> 00:20:42.359 this media Kif for a second, because this is this is pretty dope, 339 00:20:42.359 --> 00:20:47.200 man, you guys, you guys go. I love the fair. To 340 00:20:47.279 --> 00:20:51.200 be fair, a couple of these are pro features we get. So this 341 00:20:51.279 --> 00:20:53.559 is a paid feature. I should mention that just to be fair to everybody. 342 00:20:53.599 --> 00:20:56.319 But this is awesome and what I love about this. Now I did 343 00:20:56.359 --> 00:20:59.759 have some pushback on when I was first creating this with somebody. So we 344 00:20:59.799 --> 00:21:03.359 could just use google drive, and that's true. You can use Google drive 345 00:21:03.400 --> 00:21:04.759 and you can put all that stuff in Google drive and you can maybe put 346 00:21:04.759 --> 00:21:07.279 a pdf in google drive. But it comes down to how do you want 347 00:21:07.279 --> 00:21:10.480 to show up? What kind of first impression do you want to make when 348 00:21:10.559 --> 00:21:12.839 you're reaching out, when you're connecting, when you're building these relationships, and 349 00:21:12.920 --> 00:21:17.000 this is markedly different, right, you just present yourself a different way. 350 00:21:17.079 --> 00:21:19.640 People come away with a different perspective of you when you're able to share this, 351 00:21:19.640 --> 00:21:22.880 and what we put here is just your ability to add some quick BIOS, 352 00:21:22.880 --> 00:21:26.279 because you're always going to get asked for that after the interview. And 353 00:21:26.319 --> 00:21:27.480 then if you click over on images, you're going to be able to give 354 00:21:27.519 --> 00:21:32.200 them your quick headshots. They can grab and download and view those and see 355 00:21:32.240 --> 00:21:33.240 what works best. And probably, billy, you need to have like a 356 00:21:33.279 --> 00:21:36.400 circle, one in the land you got to landscape one. But yeah, 357 00:21:36.440 --> 00:21:38.519 so, yeah, that's just make it really easier for them after the fact. 358 00:21:38.519 --> 00:21:41.799 They've already got your link. You don't have to go back and forth. 359 00:21:41.880 --> 00:21:45.000 It's just, you know, simple easy. So it's kind of the 360 00:21:45.000 --> 00:21:48.200 point. So on those on those images you talked about, you just said 361 00:21:48.240 --> 00:21:52.799 circles there. So I want what landscape a circle like? So what you 362 00:21:52.839 --> 00:21:56.680 see? My profile or my picture on the screen. Yeah, probably want 363 00:21:56.759 --> 00:22:00.279 some of the host I've read this somewhere in the research process. So you 364 00:22:00.319 --> 00:22:03.799 want to have a circle one like that, you want to have a landscape 365 00:22:03.799 --> 00:22:06.640 one and you want to have a square one, just because different hosts have 366 00:22:06.680 --> 00:22:10.720 different sorts of their web pages and stuff. Form at it differently and it 367 00:22:10.759 --> 00:22:14.000 just makes it easier for them. Anything you could do to make their life 368 00:22:14.000 --> 00:22:15.759 easier shows them respect. There's a host and it's going to help you with 369 00:22:15.799 --> 00:22:18.759 that relationship. So it's just a tidbit. Okay, yeah, no, 370 00:22:18.880 --> 00:22:22.000 that's cool, man, that's awesome. But yeah, because it makes their 371 00:22:22.039 --> 00:22:25.640 life easier. Once again, guys, we're talking about what? What product 372 00:22:25.680 --> 00:22:30.319 are we using to or services are we using as creators to take the friction 373 00:22:30.359 --> 00:22:33.759 out of getting ourselves in front of more people and growing our audience? I 374 00:22:33.759 --> 00:22:37.000 mean essentially, and that's why, you know, when you showed me this 375 00:22:37.039 --> 00:22:41.960 brand, I was like holy smokes man, like this is, this is 376 00:22:41.000 --> 00:22:44.759 a game change. R I know that words used a lot in our world, 377 00:22:44.960 --> 00:22:48.440 but it definitely is. So I'm want to show the boss. Speaking 378 00:22:48.480 --> 00:22:49.920 of go ahead, let me show this real quick, if you don't mind. 379 00:22:49.960 --> 00:22:52.960 So, speaking of friction, list, if you go to your profile 380 00:22:52.960 --> 00:22:56.880 and let's say you get to the point where someone is ready to connect with 381 00:22:56.920 --> 00:23:00.200 you right they're like, Hey, I see billy, okay, cool. 382 00:23:00.200 --> 00:23:02.480 And you didn't. You didn't initiate it, found you in the directory. 383 00:23:02.599 --> 00:23:03.680 When they click connect, it's going to pop up and they're going to be 384 00:23:03.720 --> 00:23:07.519 able to directly message you. They don't have a sign up all in the 385 00:23:07.519 --> 00:23:10.400 way, so they don't have to go and sign up and go to this 386 00:23:10.440 --> 00:23:14.440 whole process because that's friction in the way of getting in touch with you. 387 00:23:14.480 --> 00:23:17.160 They found you, they want you to be a guest. We don't want 388 00:23:17.160 --> 00:23:18.799 to get in the way that process. We just boom, you go right 389 00:23:18.799 --> 00:23:22.599 through right and you can determine if it's a good fit for you. But 390 00:23:22.680 --> 00:23:25.640 these are opportunities in bound to you as a guest. We don't want to 391 00:23:25.640 --> 00:23:27.839 put friction in the way of that. So that's why that's completely open. 392 00:23:27.839 --> 00:23:30.799 Anybody could come through and message you it. You can turn on and off 393 00:23:30.799 --> 00:23:34.319 depending on while, depending on if you're actively guesting or not. But you 394 00:23:34.319 --> 00:23:37.160 know, another reasons. But it's definitely going to open you up to more 395 00:23:37.160 --> 00:23:41.640 opportunities as the directory grows. The host can just come there anonymously. We 396 00:23:41.640 --> 00:23:44.480 don't even have to ever know them. They don't have to give us any 397 00:23:44.480 --> 00:23:47.759 information. They can still connect with you to have you as a guest, 398 00:23:47.799 --> 00:23:51.359 and that that opened the door like TV and radio and bigger people to write 399 00:23:51.440 --> 00:23:53.880 because they don't necessarily want us to know about them or you know that they're 400 00:23:53.880 --> 00:23:56.079 reached out ability, but they can still do it. Yeah, man, 401 00:23:56.200 --> 00:23:59.599 no, this is great. I love that. And you've mentioned this a 402 00:23:59.599 --> 00:24:00.920 couple of times and I just want to make sure I iterate it, that 403 00:24:02.039 --> 00:24:06.680 it is no pay wall. There's no and when we say pay while we're 404 00:24:06.720 --> 00:24:10.079 talking about there's no. They don't have to put their email in, they 405 00:24:10.079 --> 00:24:11.839 don't have to have an account, they can just literally click on this page, 406 00:24:11.960 --> 00:24:15.000 hit connect, send you a message. And then, Brent, once 407 00:24:15.039 --> 00:24:18.119 they do that, where does that message go? Where am I getting in 408 00:24:18.200 --> 00:24:22.279 a that's pretty slick. I'm pretty proud of this part. So that message 409 00:24:22.319 --> 00:24:25.319 comes into your back end and you'll see it under your messages in your Dash 410 00:24:25.359 --> 00:24:27.359 Board. But they put in their email address, right and so well, 411 00:24:27.359 --> 00:24:30.759 how do we correspond back and forth if you put in an email address? 412 00:24:32.400 --> 00:24:36.119 So what'll happen is that message goes to you. Great, so you look 413 00:24:36.119 --> 00:24:37.519 at your back end when you go to reply to it. In your back 414 00:24:37.640 --> 00:24:41.079 end. It sends them an email, they click a link and they can 415 00:24:41.119 --> 00:24:45.279 see the message threaded. They never have to be part of one sheet to 416 00:24:45.359 --> 00:24:48.559 have back and forth correspondence. It's with you from your inside once you either 417 00:24:48.680 --> 00:24:52.039 outside of one cheese. So their whole experience is outside the platform. Your 418 00:24:52.039 --> 00:24:56.480 experience is inside the platform. Now we'll probably give them some different you know, 419 00:24:56.519 --> 00:24:59.519 there'll be some nice things we do if they choose later. We don't 420 00:24:59.599 --> 00:25:02.559 get in the way of you being able to get that opportunity. That's that's 421 00:25:02.599 --> 00:25:06.440 an opportunity for you as a guest and those are important and valuable to you. 422 00:25:06.480 --> 00:25:07.519 We don't want to introduce any friction in the way that. Fact, 423 00:25:07.519 --> 00:25:11.119 we want to make it simple and easy for the person that's reaching out to 424 00:25:11.119 --> 00:25:14.960 you so you get more of those. Yeah, man, I love him. 425 00:25:14.960 --> 00:25:18.480 And so we spend some time talking about the front facing what's on the 426 00:25:18.519 --> 00:25:22.039 outside. Should we dip into the to the user interface side of it and 427 00:25:22.039 --> 00:25:25.559 take a look back there and see see how all this is, all these 428 00:25:25.559 --> 00:25:27.079 tools work? So, once again, if you're not watching the video, 429 00:25:27.119 --> 00:25:32.200 if you're over here on clubhouse, you you can't see the video. Click 430 00:25:32.279 --> 00:25:36.519 the link and then click another link to youtuber bullhorn or somewhere over there, 431 00:25:36.519 --> 00:25:38.559 and be sure to say hello in the chat and we're going to open this 432 00:25:38.640 --> 00:25:42.359 up for a little Qa after we jump in. So so here's the back 433 00:25:42.519 --> 00:25:45.880 end of my dashboard. Take us for take us for a little ride, 434 00:25:45.880 --> 00:25:51.000 Britt I. So up at the top you've got and you see it's group 435 00:25:51.000 --> 00:25:53.319 in the sections. On the left hand side there you've got the dashboard area, 436 00:25:53.359 --> 00:25:56.160 which is kind of your management area. It's got, you know, 437 00:25:56.200 --> 00:26:00.039 your messages, your you can click and go to the director yourself. Maybe 438 00:26:00.039 --> 00:26:03.200 you're looking for a guest, and then you can share your page or some 439 00:26:03.200 --> 00:26:06.720 stuff there, some neat stuff on the way with that messages. That's where 440 00:26:06.759 --> 00:26:08.759 you see your messages and then below that is all like your page set up 441 00:26:08.839 --> 00:26:12.559 stuff. That below that whole section where it says page set up, all 442 00:26:12.599 --> 00:26:17.519 that down below is just different things you can do with your page. So 443 00:26:17.640 --> 00:26:19.799 you can do your about section, your images, your media kid, all 444 00:26:19.920 --> 00:26:23.440 the links you want to add. All that stuff is really configurable in there 445 00:26:23.440 --> 00:26:26.319 and obviously we take feedback to you, billy, you know, to improve 446 00:26:26.400 --> 00:26:32.200 it. But there's a lot there even, I think, under branding. 447 00:26:32.240 --> 00:26:34.559 I think you can. You can even edit. We've even allowed you the 448 00:26:34.559 --> 00:26:37.200 opportunity to know. It's not there. It's an another one, but you 449 00:26:37.240 --> 00:26:41.079 can edit what when you share your link on social media, you know and 450 00:26:41.079 --> 00:26:45.440 and it automatically pulls in like your headline and your text. You can configure 451 00:26:45.519 --> 00:26:49.200 that. You can change that so that whatever text you want, you know. 452 00:26:49.359 --> 00:26:52.920 So you might be promoting a new live stream, so you just change 453 00:26:52.920 --> 00:26:55.839 it so when you share a link in a facebook group, proposed, it 454 00:26:55.920 --> 00:27:00.039 automatically pulls that title and that body attacks right in there for you. So 455 00:27:00.039 --> 00:27:02.599 so, I mean there's a lot of gold there and we're certainly open to 456 00:27:02.599 --> 00:27:04.160 a lot of other things too, but that's really kind of the nuts and 457 00:27:04.200 --> 00:27:07.000 bolts of it. Yeah, man, and what they undo like to is 458 00:27:07.039 --> 00:27:11.839 this. People are watching this, the intro video. I don't have one, 459 00:27:11.960 --> 00:27:15.079 but I could easily create an intro video that I put on my youtube 460 00:27:15.160 --> 00:27:18.920 channel in link it right here with the URL. That way of people come 461 00:27:18.960 --> 00:27:22.599 to my page. Like I say, whatever, Hey, this is billy. 462 00:27:22.599 --> 00:27:23.920 Thank you so much for checking out my one sheet. You know, 463 00:27:23.960 --> 00:27:26.240 Blah, blah, blah, Blah Blah. Love to be on your show 464 00:27:26.240 --> 00:27:29.400 and to have you on my show, all those kinds of things. And 465 00:27:29.440 --> 00:27:33.119 then also this message is feature. So here's where the messages come in. 466 00:27:33.400 --> 00:27:37.359 And then I clicked that and so it's like hey, and then I can, 467 00:27:37.400 --> 00:27:38.960 you know, I can reply from there. That is so, yeah, 468 00:27:40.079 --> 00:27:42.000 like I said, when you reply, that sends them an email and 469 00:27:42.039 --> 00:27:47.079 they click that and it they can reply to you in and in basically on 470 00:27:47.079 --> 00:27:49.160 top of your profile. It's really cool. It's really cool because they don't 471 00:27:49.160 --> 00:27:52.119 have to part one sheet. So I really loved that part. Yeah, 472 00:27:52.160 --> 00:27:56.000 so, and this is pretty, you know, pretty easy. In my 473 00:27:56.319 --> 00:27:59.960 it looks like a lot when you first open it, but everything is pretty 474 00:28:00.039 --> 00:28:03.440 much like, you know, like hey, select this, do that. 475 00:28:03.440 --> 00:28:06.200 It's got all the sizes. I mean just like any other profile I call, 476 00:28:06.440 --> 00:28:07.640 you know, facebook, called House, any of these places that we're 477 00:28:07.680 --> 00:28:12.160 already on. But one thing I do like is you do have a book's 478 00:28:12.359 --> 00:28:15.440 live streams, you know, speaking and books, which I don't have. 479 00:28:15.480 --> 00:28:19.039 But now, is is there an active like store? Can people check out 480 00:28:19.079 --> 00:28:22.279 on here or is that coming, or do you send them? Not yet, 481 00:28:22.599 --> 00:28:30.480 that's not I think that mostly we're geared toward guest interview. So adding 482 00:28:30.519 --> 00:28:33.039 this point, no, but it again. If it's something that everybody says, 483 00:28:33.039 --> 00:28:34.279 Hey, we really want this, will probably added it. You know, 484 00:28:34.359 --> 00:28:37.559 if the sea and needing to see that it can help the creators. 485 00:28:37.559 --> 00:28:41.200 That's nice thing. We have complete flexibility. So okay, yeah, man. 486 00:28:41.279 --> 00:28:45.319 And it seems like people are in the chats. They're fired up about 487 00:28:45.359 --> 00:28:48.119 it. They're like hey, thanks for introducing us to this platform. I 488 00:28:48.160 --> 00:28:52.400 do see someone tried to send me an email. It says bounce back mostly 489 00:28:52.559 --> 00:28:56.319 interview right now. I would love introduction and chance to speak with them. 490 00:28:56.720 --> 00:29:00.920 Yeah, okay, awesome. So yeah, definitely going to get you introduction 491 00:29:00.960 --> 00:29:03.039 over there to producer Jimmy. She's a great person to know, and then 492 00:29:03.039 --> 00:29:07.200 we'll jump over here to to facebook. A really quick Oh, we got 493 00:29:07.279 --> 00:29:11.039 nicki Marie, who's on the show yesterday, saying hello, what's up? 494 00:29:11.079 --> 00:29:15.079 She signed up for one sheet right now as she sent that message. Yeah, 495 00:29:15.119 --> 00:29:19.160 so she's she's fired up about it. Said is always on here. 496 00:29:19.200 --> 00:29:23.200 He said he loves how the yout feet automatically got jus. Yeah, he 497 00:29:23.240 --> 00:29:27.559 says he loves how the automatically Youtube automatically updates. So that is a really 498 00:29:27.559 --> 00:29:33.680 good that's a really good feature too. And then Jonathan my friend Jonathan spends 499 00:29:33.680 --> 00:29:37.200 this says as a one person Creator team. I love one sheet. And 500 00:29:37.480 --> 00:29:41.680 then I think this is you know, and I don't know if you plan 501 00:29:41.880 --> 00:29:44.279 this like in your and I you know, I've kind of, like I 502 00:29:44.279 --> 00:29:47.559 said earlier, I've been through the process a little bit with you've been inside 503 00:29:47.599 --> 00:29:49.480 your brain a little bit as you're coming up with some of these things. 504 00:29:49.519 --> 00:29:55.279 But were you always creating this from the perspective of like Hey, man, 505 00:29:55.279 --> 00:29:56.880 it's just me and my cohost and we got to figure out a way to 506 00:29:56.880 --> 00:30:03.920 get these guests on and get this process down to a better science? Yeah, 507 00:30:03.960 --> 00:30:06.720 and you know, one of the things I didn't mention about that is 508 00:30:06.759 --> 00:30:10.160 back when I was on digital dad's, part of the reason, in fact, 509 00:30:10.240 --> 00:30:14.680 decent part of the reason why we plod faded was I couldn't find the 510 00:30:14.720 --> 00:30:18.200 guess I wanted to find so so and there are some some really good directories 511 00:30:18.200 --> 00:30:22.039 out there. Again, everybody has their own approach. We've taken a different 512 00:30:22.039 --> 00:30:26.000 approach a little bit, but the ultimate goal is to you having the free 513 00:30:26.000 --> 00:30:29.680 account, have a single place you can go to find all kinds of different 514 00:30:29.680 --> 00:30:32.680 people for interview. So yeah, that's always a big part of the motivation. 515 00:30:32.720 --> 00:30:34.519 I'd love to kick back off of my show again, to be honest 516 00:30:34.519 --> 00:30:37.000 with you, off toss that around. My kids are a little older to 517 00:30:37.079 --> 00:30:41.839 be interesting their feedback in their live opinions. Now, I don't know, 518 00:30:41.119 --> 00:30:45.319 definitely editing that a little bit, but they're teenager. So but yeah, 519 00:30:45.400 --> 00:30:49.319 it's definitely a motivation and it and to really help creators connect. And now 520 00:30:49.359 --> 00:30:52.559 it's so splintered into so many different channels and so many different directories. It's 521 00:30:52.559 --> 00:30:56.759 like Kiv it. And maybe it's aspirational, but I just think that's doable 522 00:30:56.839 --> 00:31:00.680 and I think that we've really got the framework for it to really take off. 523 00:31:00.680 --> 00:31:03.440 So I'm exclided. So now, Brient, I love you know, 524 00:31:03.440 --> 00:31:07.640 I got a love the platform, love what you're doing. Now I want 525 00:31:07.680 --> 00:31:11.079 to just be a narcissistant. Talked about how awesome I am and and we'll 526 00:31:11.119 --> 00:31:15.880 talk about this. So I got one question, brant. Why am I 527 00:31:15.960 --> 00:31:21.519 number one in the directory right now? You know, you pulled some strings, 528 00:31:21.519 --> 00:31:22.759 you know, get young live interview, you can be on the top 529 00:31:22.799 --> 00:31:26.079 of the that kind of thing, you know, and I'm not above it. 530 00:31:26.119 --> 00:31:30.519 A little bit of hand greasing. Now it's we've really ten this is 531 00:31:30.559 --> 00:31:32.720 really what we think of. Where I said, you know, once she 532 00:31:32.799 --> 00:31:36.559 does a superpower guest directory. The superpower, and I really love this too, 533 00:31:36.720 --> 00:31:40.799 is sharing. Write are superpower with this platform is sharing. And what 534 00:31:40.839 --> 00:31:44.759 we're doing is when you share, you have this profile that you built and 535 00:31:44.759 --> 00:31:47.559 you put it in the directory, but it's a portable profile. It's built 536 00:31:47.599 --> 00:31:49.319 to share. When you look at your page, would you didn't see was 537 00:31:49.359 --> 00:31:52.400 one sheet and all of our links across the top of it. It's really 538 00:31:52.440 --> 00:31:57.279 mostly about billy your images front and center. It's really designed to be portable, 539 00:31:57.319 --> 00:32:00.839 to be able to use anywhere, your social bios where you're going to 540 00:32:00.920 --> 00:32:05.480 use it, pitching whatever. Well, when you do, we the more 541 00:32:05.519 --> 00:32:08.079 people are clicking on that, the more you're getting engagement outside the platform. 542 00:32:08.119 --> 00:32:14.119 We know that means there's some degree of relevancy and certainly some degree of you 543 00:32:14.200 --> 00:32:16.480 being engaged as a guest and maybe you're promoting a book whatever. So we're 544 00:32:16.519 --> 00:32:21.000 actually tweaking the algorithm so when you share it outside, you get a directory 545 00:32:21.039 --> 00:32:23.839 boost inside, and that's trending and popular trending is a little shorter, a 546 00:32:23.839 --> 00:32:27.599 little bit different out rather than in the popular when you click and look a 547 00:32:27.599 --> 00:32:29.400 popular. I think in the top of that too. We don't need to 548 00:32:29.559 --> 00:32:31.920 we don't need to give you any more. But you know, I click 549 00:32:32.000 --> 00:32:36.599 that BA I need to see it right above your face, right about your 550 00:32:36.640 --> 00:32:39.519 face. Click trending and it'll that will drop down, will right about your 551 00:32:39.519 --> 00:32:42.920 face. You're I'm trending. Here we go. There, we go, 552 00:32:43.240 --> 00:32:47.839 popular, podsular, and they okay, Oh, I'm not a nost you 553 00:32:47.880 --> 00:32:50.640 know, I don't do us. No, but you're not newest, right, 554 00:32:50.720 --> 00:32:52.960 so go to the popular. Oh, she's not the newest one. 555 00:32:52.200 --> 00:32:57.039 Sid is number two. Man. Well, I knew that. I knew 556 00:32:57.079 --> 00:32:59.319 that for a long time. Said was number two. It's all right. 557 00:32:59.319 --> 00:33:01.200 Oh, and a pillar. Look at me, I'm trending in popular. 558 00:33:01.200 --> 00:33:04.519 Who can beat me? So I'm going to put it out there. Some 559 00:33:04.519 --> 00:33:08.160 bes eat me. Yeah, and I think what's really cool about this is 560 00:33:08.200 --> 00:33:10.799 like when you're an author going on a book tour, or like, let's 561 00:33:10.799 --> 00:33:14.680 say you just like you did. This is exactly what happened, although it's 562 00:33:14.680 --> 00:33:16.640 a much smaller director right now. But fast forward, when this is a 563 00:33:16.640 --> 00:33:20.759 lot of people here, when you're out here promoting your daily show, you're 564 00:33:20.759 --> 00:33:22.200 going to give you getting a lot of engagement and that's going to inform our 565 00:33:22.240 --> 00:33:25.839 algorithm, especially within your category as it grows and people are going to be 566 00:33:25.920 --> 00:33:29.920 able to see you. But fishing up to the top, which means hey, 567 00:33:29.920 --> 00:33:32.160 billy's active, pillys getting traction, people are clicking on his thing. 568 00:33:32.200 --> 00:33:36.240 That tells us a little bit about quality, because one of my big goals 569 00:33:36.279 --> 00:33:39.039 has always been how do you surface quality in these type of things? That's 570 00:33:39.160 --> 00:33:45.559 that's one mechanism we're using to help surface quality. Guess well, and I 571 00:33:45.599 --> 00:33:51.640 can say just from looking at popular obviously the Guy Number one is very he's 572 00:33:51.799 --> 00:33:54.720 legit Ross brand. Actually is phenomenal guy as well. I mean a last 573 00:33:54.759 --> 00:33:58.839 thing, posom is amazing. Brent. You know, Brent, you're right 574 00:33:58.920 --> 00:34:02.319 up there as well, jody. I mean just really some amazing creators, 575 00:34:02.319 --> 00:34:05.200 and I that's sort of love about this. Too many, you know. 576 00:34:05.240 --> 00:34:07.920 You know I talked a lot about community. I mean I think that's one 577 00:34:07.920 --> 00:34:12.000 of the things that you value that I've heard from you a lot is I 578 00:34:12.119 --> 00:34:15.440 want to serve the community of creators. I want to help them, I 579 00:34:15.519 --> 00:34:16.800 want to help him get out there, I want to help them, you 580 00:34:16.840 --> 00:34:22.840 know, build their brand, build their shows, build their networks, but 581 00:34:22.960 --> 00:34:25.039 not only that, man, but you're really focus on helping us make some 582 00:34:25.079 --> 00:34:29.800 money as well, and I don't talk about it too much on this live 583 00:34:30.039 --> 00:34:32.679 show, but somehow it always comes back to how do I make money with 584 00:34:32.880 --> 00:34:36.239 this? You got that other show right, because I got the other show 585 00:34:36.280 --> 00:34:38.559 called creating for money, and I'm always trying to help people, and so 586 00:34:38.599 --> 00:34:42.800 this is awesome because you know, I'm coaching people and telling about a different 587 00:34:42.840 --> 00:34:46.159 affiliate programs and different, you know, brand sponsorships and all this. Once 588 00:34:46.239 --> 00:34:49.880 she pro fits right into there. So some man take me, and I 589 00:34:49.880 --> 00:34:52.440 know you guys are working on in the back end getting ready over the next 590 00:34:52.480 --> 00:34:54.599 few days to make it public, but tell us what you're working on if 591 00:34:54.920 --> 00:34:59.239 you want to, if you don't mind. Yeah, yeah, it's not 592 00:34:59.360 --> 00:35:01.360 quite out yet, but we're going to bring this out probably within a handful 593 00:35:01.400 --> 00:35:05.880 of days. It was a pain point as a podcaster. We were, 594 00:35:05.880 --> 00:35:07.280 and you know and that I was only a podcast but wasn't even doing all 595 00:35:07.320 --> 00:35:10.639 the things you're doing, and you get nickeledon dime and it gets expensive and 596 00:35:10.639 --> 00:35:14.760 things have gotten even more expensive. So we thought, well, what if 597 00:35:14.760 --> 00:35:16.159 we could you know, and you've got all these affiliate programs and a lot 598 00:35:16.159 --> 00:35:20.159 of places will have an affiliate program now thought, well, you got these 599 00:35:20.320 --> 00:35:23.079 interactions. How do you make this native? How do you make referrals native 600 00:35:23.159 --> 00:35:27.039 to the process? How do you build it in so that when you've got 601 00:35:27.079 --> 00:35:30.559 this portable, portable page and you're out there sharing it, we we go 602 00:35:30.599 --> 00:35:31.719 around saying the more you share, the more you grow. Right, because 603 00:35:32.039 --> 00:35:36.000 you get that directory boost. But also we've got this built in auto affiliate 604 00:35:36.039 --> 00:35:37.760 program so when you click on your page there, Oh, when you share 605 00:35:37.760 --> 00:35:40.519 your page or it's out on somebody clicks on it on from your biolink or 606 00:35:40.559 --> 00:35:44.400 your link on your website, there at the very bottom, they might say 607 00:35:44.440 --> 00:35:45.239 hey, well, what is this all about? This is pretty cool. 608 00:35:45.360 --> 00:35:49.079 Oh, which wanted you. They click over, they see the directory, 609 00:35:49.119 --> 00:35:51.679 they see they can get on interviews. They see, wow, that's cool 610 00:35:51.719 --> 00:35:52.920 and we've got some actually some really cool things come over with that down the 611 00:35:52.960 --> 00:35:57.239 road. But that's going to track to you. All those clicks are going 612 00:35:57.280 --> 00:35:58.920 to attract to you. So they might say, well, I want to 613 00:35:58.920 --> 00:36:00.679 sign up for free, and when they do, now we got a link 614 00:36:00.719 --> 00:36:05.760 between you and them. If they ever upgrade later, no matter if it's 615 00:36:05.840 --> 00:36:07.039 a year from now or three years and now, it doesn't matter. It's 616 00:36:07.039 --> 00:36:09.679 going to track to you and you're going to start getting compensated because you were 617 00:36:09.719 --> 00:36:13.079 the one that referred us. And I don't know that we'll keep that around 618 00:36:13.119 --> 00:36:16.559 forever, but it definitely love that these people are getting behind US early and 619 00:36:16.679 --> 00:36:20.880 helping US grow. We want to have some mechanism of place to link that 620 00:36:20.960 --> 00:36:23.360 together and help them so that as we grow, it's that whole rising time, 621 00:36:23.400 --> 00:36:25.920 flats, all ships things. And what's really cool about it is so 622 00:36:25.960 --> 00:36:30.679 we just given it everybody that's coming to the platform two reasons to incentivized, 623 00:36:30.679 --> 00:36:32.800 reasons to share. It's going to get a directory boost for yourself and you 624 00:36:32.800 --> 00:36:36.480 get that auto affiliate program built right, end right, and it's in your 625 00:36:36.519 --> 00:36:38.920 testimonials and it's in your messages, it's all over the place. Those two 626 00:36:38.920 --> 00:36:42.960 reasons. So if you're doing it and sinds doing it and somebody else is 627 00:36:43.000 --> 00:36:45.239 doing it, all roads leap back. That's what that does. It gets 628 00:36:45.239 --> 00:36:49.400 you more eyeballs and it feeds itself. And so now that social proof starts 629 00:36:49.400 --> 00:36:52.039 to kick in, and it's not just the early adoptors. I've been through 630 00:36:52.079 --> 00:36:55.159 this this at my go first Rodeo. So I'm a pretty good idea of 631 00:36:55.159 --> 00:36:58.000 how that's going to work and I think it's going to really reward a lot 632 00:36:58.000 --> 00:37:00.039 of creators and I'm excited that they the ones who are in early, the 633 00:37:00.039 --> 00:37:02.639 ones who are really taken advantage and helping us. It's going to help them 634 00:37:02.679 --> 00:37:06.679 to just love that. Yeah, man, I love it. I love 635 00:37:06.760 --> 00:37:08.639 that. That is you know, because there is, you know, there's 636 00:37:08.679 --> 00:37:13.119 a free you guys get a free forever or free for right now, so 637 00:37:13.159 --> 00:37:15.119 the people can just go sign up. I mean you'll literally sign up right 638 00:37:15.119 --> 00:37:19.840 now and then when that affiliate thing kicks in, you can go sign up 639 00:37:19.880 --> 00:37:22.400 for that and then immediately have a stream of revenue and your podcast, for 640 00:37:22.519 --> 00:37:27.400 your live stream, or you're one whatever, got a messaging you're putting out 641 00:37:27.400 --> 00:37:30.639 there and not without rule, having to go do a bunch of like work 642 00:37:30.679 --> 00:37:34.880 to do it. And then men also that you guys are do you know, 643 00:37:34.960 --> 00:37:37.360 especially up front here, which I know you said it could change, 644 00:37:37.519 --> 00:37:45.000 but to have this no time limit affiliate opportunity for first adopts is phenomenal. 645 00:37:45.039 --> 00:37:46.920 I mean, yes, some of the biggest platforms, shopping platforms, in 646 00:37:46.920 --> 00:37:50.840 the world, not going to mention home but just think from five seconds Toi 647 00:37:50.920 --> 00:37:54.199 you probably get a shipment from today. You know, those guys are only 648 00:37:54.239 --> 00:37:58.519 twenty four hours, I believe. So, man, that's pretty cool if 649 00:37:58.519 --> 00:38:00.559 you guys to do this. So you know from from one person who really 650 00:38:00.559 --> 00:38:05.719 cares about monetizing their content. I appreciate that that you would, you know, 651 00:38:05.800 --> 00:38:07.039 say hey, if you're jumping in and helping us, we want to 652 00:38:07.039 --> 00:38:10.079 scratch your back as well. So appreciate you doing that. Man, that's 653 00:38:10.079 --> 00:38:14.360 awesome. I mean it comes from being the creator. I don't know what 654 00:38:14.400 --> 00:38:15.639 it's like, and it's you know, they've got all these different ways you 655 00:38:15.639 --> 00:38:19.679 could make money and it's it's hard. But what if you just wouldn't here, 656 00:38:19.760 --> 00:38:22.760 created your profile, made it like a link tree and just replace your 657 00:38:22.760 --> 00:38:24.400 bio? At least you got a chance. Link tree is and giving you 658 00:38:24.400 --> 00:38:27.760 anything. least get a chance earn something come down the road. You know, 659 00:38:28.360 --> 00:38:30.320 and I should say too, we made it recurring. So any of 660 00:38:30.360 --> 00:38:31.920 the ones that do upgrade later, as long as they say a customer, 661 00:38:31.920 --> 00:38:35.280 you're going to keep getting paid. So you can actually build up. Maybe 662 00:38:35.320 --> 00:38:37.119 I don't want to, I don't want to get crazy, but maybe you 663 00:38:37.239 --> 00:38:40.960 make an extra tank of gas here and there. You know. So it's 664 00:38:42.039 --> 00:38:44.039 that might be a little I might be a stretch, I don't know, 665 00:38:44.079 --> 00:38:46.480 but but yeah, we really trying to reward and compensate people and just a 666 00:38:46.480 --> 00:38:50.920 little something extra and a thank you for helping US build the platform. Yeah, 667 00:38:50.960 --> 00:38:52.840 man, I love it, Brent. Well, mint, is there 668 00:38:52.840 --> 00:38:54.639 anything that I didn't set you up to talk about? I think we went 669 00:38:54.639 --> 00:38:59.119 through it in detail, but I want to open it up for some Qa. 670 00:38:59.480 --> 00:39:01.639 Curious minds are raising hands over in clubhouse. Want to make sure I 671 00:39:01.679 --> 00:39:05.800 give them an opportunity to do that. So do we cover it all? 672 00:39:05.800 --> 00:39:09.599 You think? I think so, man, it's yeah, think we're good. 673 00:39:09.639 --> 00:39:13.280 All right, cool. Well, so we're going to go ahead open 674 00:39:13.320 --> 00:39:15.159 this up for a little bit of Qa. So if you're wherever you're joining 675 00:39:15.199 --> 00:39:20.159 us at, feel free to drop down or drop a comment if you want 676 00:39:20.159 --> 00:39:22.119 to do that. If you're on Clubhouse, you can do that. If 677 00:39:22.159 --> 00:39:24.280 you're on bullhorn, I believe I got it where you can call in. 678 00:39:24.280 --> 00:39:27.960 I'm going to turn on the call in feature so you can actually call in 679 00:39:28.000 --> 00:39:32.559 if you're listening on Bullhorn, with your question and then let me see hand 680 00:39:32.679 --> 00:39:37.039 raising here. I'm going to make sid a moderator, so he can help 681 00:39:37.079 --> 00:39:38.800 me out bring some people up. I know he might kick me out, 682 00:39:38.800 --> 00:39:42.960 he might kick me out of my own livestream. Will have to see. 683 00:39:43.000 --> 00:39:45.000 But all right, So said, I'm going to pass the MIC over to 684 00:39:45.000 --> 00:39:52.320 you. Man, your first up. What's going on? Oh, hold 685 00:39:52.360 --> 00:39:54.840 on, ass, let's see, home on Sake, it was, I 686 00:39:54.840 --> 00:40:01.559 guess, some technical difficulties. Now let's try to hear you. I think 687 00:40:01.599 --> 00:40:07.119 so. Let's see. Hey, billy, there, there we go. 688 00:40:07.199 --> 00:40:09.079 Now I'm here and yet. Sorry, man, that's the worry. Go 689 00:40:09.199 --> 00:40:15.039 for it. Great Show today. Billy really enjoyed it. BRINT, I 690 00:40:15.119 --> 00:40:17.280 love learning from the product, about the product, directly from the creator of 691 00:40:17.360 --> 00:40:22.119 the product. So thanks so much for a share. I do have a 692 00:40:22.199 --> 00:40:27.719 question about the testimonials. When you think about the testimonials, what are you 693 00:40:27.960 --> 00:40:32.440 like the purpose of them? Is it for like people that maybe you've worked 694 00:40:32.440 --> 00:40:36.800 for? That may as because I'm a coach and a consultant a business strategy, 695 00:40:36.840 --> 00:40:37.760 just to leave reviews for you, like kind of like you go a 696 00:40:37.840 --> 00:40:43.639 Linkedin, or is it for podcast host to leave a note about what kind 697 00:40:43.679 --> 00:40:45.199 of guests you were? I mean, what's your vision about the use of 698 00:40:45.199 --> 00:40:52.840 the testimonials. So I think from the perspective of a guest directory, it 699 00:40:52.840 --> 00:40:57.199 would be for from host we had you as an interview to show to other 700 00:40:57.280 --> 00:41:00.519 hosts. You get that social proof, that little extra social proof. That 701 00:41:00.760 --> 00:41:04.039 said, though, I think people are using their one sheets and some different 702 00:41:04.039 --> 00:41:07.519 ways. So you know, whatever testimonials that are in there, I don't 703 00:41:07.559 --> 00:41:09.920 think someone singing your praises is really gonna hurt anything. But when I will 704 00:41:09.960 --> 00:41:13.599 say is if you're going on a tour, you can flip you have a 705 00:41:13.599 --> 00:41:16.159 little toggle switch to flip them on and off. So like, let's say, 706 00:41:16.199 --> 00:41:20.679 for example, you're really kind of gearing up toward trying to go do 707 00:41:20.719 --> 00:41:23.440 a guest to her, flip on all your guest testimonials and get those are 708 00:41:23.559 --> 00:41:27.880 fund center. And if you're going after clients and your hits centering the page, 709 00:41:27.920 --> 00:41:30.719 you can just flip those on. So they're just a toggle where you 710 00:41:30.719 --> 00:41:34.199 could go through and you know, it's trying to make it discustomizable as possible. 711 00:41:34.239 --> 00:41:36.760 I know that's kind of a non answer and I'm sorry for that, 712 00:41:36.880 --> 00:41:40.760 but I think first first vision would be probably as to get you booked a 713 00:41:40.840 --> 00:41:44.559 more shows. As a guess it's kind of the overarching view of the director 714 00:41:44.639 --> 00:41:46.760 itself, but the portable page itself, I mean you can really use it 715 00:41:46.800 --> 00:41:52.400 however works for you. You know, that's a great that's a great point. 716 00:41:52.440 --> 00:41:54.599 Thank you. I'm actually I didn't know about the affiliate. I think 717 00:41:54.639 --> 00:41:58.960 that's pretty cool and I love it. I've shared it. I recently shared 718 00:41:59.000 --> 00:42:01.039 it was somebody who asked me to be a guest in their podcast and they 719 00:42:01.039 --> 00:42:07.280 sent me the the cowardly link to schedule and had all the questions in for 720 00:42:07.320 --> 00:42:09.760 me to fill out. Each one of those questions. I just typed my 721 00:42:09.880 --> 00:42:15.000 I just shared my link to one cheap pro everything you need here. Here's 722 00:42:15.039 --> 00:42:16.639 the bio, click this like. Here's a head shot, click this like, 723 00:42:16.880 --> 00:42:21.719 because it's all right there and they can easily downloaded. So I'm loving 724 00:42:21.800 --> 00:42:23.400 the product. I've only been on for a couple of weeks but it's really 725 00:42:23.440 --> 00:42:28.920 good. Thanks. Thanks, billy, for introducing me to Britt hate. 726 00:42:28.960 --> 00:42:32.079 Could I have to actually say that out loud and think, well, said, 727 00:42:32.480 --> 00:42:37.760 yeah, faking said. I'm glad you're using the platform and I'm also 728 00:42:37.800 --> 00:42:44.239 glad that your number seven on the Popular List on the directory. So good 729 00:42:44.320 --> 00:42:49.719 luck catching up. You see my chat note to you in facebook? I 730 00:42:49.800 --> 00:42:52.559 don't know, I don't I try not to read anything that you send in. 731 00:42:52.719 --> 00:42:59.320 It's dangerous, specially live. Conrad got to that number one popular position, 732 00:42:59.480 --> 00:43:02.280 Britt because he actually paid a lot of us to go to one cheat 733 00:43:02.320 --> 00:43:07.519 and to boost him up there. So that's how I got there. That's 734 00:43:07.599 --> 00:43:09.320 right, more sense now. That makes a lot more sense. That was 735 00:43:09.440 --> 00:43:13.320 part of that number I said earlier about you know how much I spent on 736 00:43:13.360 --> 00:43:15.360 software. That was most of it, was paying people to follow me and 737 00:43:15.400 --> 00:43:20.840 Click on my my one sheet. All right, we yeah, Hidi up 738 00:43:20.840 --> 00:43:23.400 on on clubhouse here. So how do you? Welcome to the room. 739 00:43:23.440 --> 00:43:28.880 Welcome to the live stream. Any questions for Britain? Yes, yes, 740 00:43:29.280 --> 00:43:35.599 some question. I've been can you hear me? Yep, we can hear 741 00:43:35.639 --> 00:43:45.280 you. Okay, I've sort of been dilly dalling getting my radio show wanting 742 00:43:45.280 --> 00:43:49.960 it all to be perfect, having the show back up on the radio while 743 00:43:50.119 --> 00:43:54.280 also having my linkedin lives, my facebook lives, my youtube lives in my 744 00:43:54.320 --> 00:43:59.679 instance live all at the same time, and so I've been waiting for it 745 00:43:59.760 --> 00:44:04.440 to be perfect and I'm getting just stop and I've got a video that I 746 00:44:04.480 --> 00:44:09.079 want to post today and now. I it's not going to be my linkedin 747 00:44:09.199 --> 00:44:14.800 live but I want to put it up. I have a youtube question. 748 00:44:15.679 --> 00:44:20.440 Do I okay? I have a U count with two hundred bribers. I've 749 00:44:20.480 --> 00:44:24.599 never really pushed hard to get subscribers. I've got two better than that and 750 00:44:24.719 --> 00:44:29.440 I've got one that I've started to build out, which was the one I 751 00:44:29.480 --> 00:44:34.519 was going to connect with youtube buddy so I could really get the videos properly 752 00:44:34.760 --> 00:44:40.239 posted. But I can't change the URL because I don't have two hundreds or 753 00:44:40.239 --> 00:44:45.360 a hundred subscribers of the count, the count that I want to use. 754 00:44:45.400 --> 00:44:51.480 So my question is, do I go back and use the account that has 755 00:44:51.519 --> 00:44:58.000 no subscribers and start at zero and just move forward from there? or Do 756 00:44:58.119 --> 00:45:06.119 I put my new foundation on the old foundation of two hundred and nine subscribers, 757 00:45:06.159 --> 00:45:09.880 the the account I've had then since two thousand and six, and just 758 00:45:09.920 --> 00:45:14.880 start building from there? Or is that going to be a crackling foundation and 759 00:45:14.880 --> 00:45:16.639 I should just start fresh? Yeah, and no where. So I'll jump 760 00:45:16.719 --> 00:45:20.719 in an answer this really quickly. You know I'm going to meet your my 761 00:45:20.840 --> 00:45:23.719 care real quick Hii. So I don't getting feedback, but what I would 762 00:45:23.719 --> 00:45:27.760 recommend is it depends on the audience. Okay, now this is this is 763 00:45:27.800 --> 00:45:30.320 not really about the topic that we're talking about, but I'd be happy to 764 00:45:30.360 --> 00:45:36.159 answer it is. If your audience for your old channel is the same audience 765 00:45:36.199 --> 00:45:39.079 for your new content, then sure, go back to that old channel and 766 00:45:39.119 --> 00:45:43.679 produce it. But if you have different content, that's more than likely a 767 00:45:43.719 --> 00:45:47.000 different audience. So I would not try to go and just you know, 768 00:45:47.039 --> 00:45:52.800 it be kind of like me building up a million subscribers to an instagram channel 769 00:45:52.840 --> 00:45:54.480 about shoes and then flipping it and say hey, check it, this new 770 00:45:54.480 --> 00:45:58.679 fishing podcast out. It doesn't really make sense. So if the content aligned 771 00:45:58.760 --> 00:46:00.920 with your old audience, sure, why not, but if it doesn't, 772 00:46:00.960 --> 00:46:05.480 I would just start fresh and just I saw this, you know, speaking 773 00:46:05.519 --> 00:46:07.519 of my friend Monty. We even the audience. I saw him helping I'm 774 00:46:07.519 --> 00:46:12.280 a few says YouTube channel or someone else is, but he simply with on 775 00:46:12.280 --> 00:46:15.079 on social media and said Hey, guys, can you please go subscribe to 776 00:46:15.119 --> 00:46:16.880 this? I want to custom your Rl. I'm trying to get a hundred 777 00:46:16.880 --> 00:46:21.280 people or whatever it is, and he was. I think he was able 778 00:46:21.360 --> 00:46:23.079 to do that pretty quickly. So that would be my little pro tip for 779 00:46:23.119 --> 00:46:27.719 you there. Just to go ask your community already and people who want to 780 00:46:27.840 --> 00:46:30.880 will, and that's the you and get a one sheet because it's going to 781 00:46:30.880 --> 00:46:35.400 show up in those backlinks, right, brint, and help you boost it 782 00:46:35.440 --> 00:46:39.559 a little bit. Certain already on one set. Awesome. We'll hi do 783 00:46:39.639 --> 00:46:45.480 any other questions real quick before we move on. Well, sure. Would 784 00:46:45.480 --> 00:46:47.599 you be a guest on my podcast and radio show when I get it started? 785 00:46:47.920 --> 00:46:52.880 Absolutely, just let go to one sheet dot Pro Billy Thorb, message 786 00:46:52.920 --> 00:46:57.280 me there and I'll take care of it. Awesome. Thank you, Billy. 787 00:46:57.360 --> 00:47:00.079 Thank you so much. We'll talk to you soon. All right, 788 00:47:00.159 --> 00:47:02.360 appreciate it. If anybody else on club house wants to jump in, or 789 00:47:02.360 --> 00:47:06.639 anybody on Bull Horn or wherever you're watching, I think I'm actually live on 790 00:47:06.719 --> 00:47:09.599 Instagram, or linkedin rather, said something. Said said something about Linkedin. 791 00:47:09.679 --> 00:47:14.320 I'm like, Oh, yeah, I think I connected that. So I 792 00:47:14.400 --> 00:47:19.599 have a question for real quick. Brick. Is One sheet have a instagram 793 00:47:19.639 --> 00:47:27.719 page? Not currently. No, that's just for because I'm social media exhausted, 794 00:47:27.840 --> 00:47:30.519 to be honest. I'm focusing on a couple of channels. I probably 795 00:47:30.519 --> 00:47:32.039 should. I just don't know exactly what to put theirs. I'd be open 796 00:47:32.079 --> 00:47:37.159 to him put from you guys. We We'd love to highlight people in the 797 00:47:37.159 --> 00:47:40.719 platform to while it's tenable, you know, on social media as well. 798 00:47:42.559 --> 00:47:45.760 Awesome. Yeah, I mean I'm sure. And also you have a facebook 799 00:47:45.760 --> 00:47:47.239 group, so that's probably where your community has hanging out. A lot of 800 00:47:47.239 --> 00:47:52.280 feedbacks coming in, you're asking a lot of questions. So how do people 801 00:47:52.400 --> 00:47:53.960 find that? And I can add it to the to the show links as 802 00:47:54.000 --> 00:47:59.119 well after, after the show. I forgot to add it before. Yeah, 803 00:47:59.159 --> 00:48:01.039 it should. We but it's one cheat pro I think. Just search 804 00:48:01.119 --> 00:48:05.760 for that. Thank that you can get there and join the facebook group there. 805 00:48:06.480 --> 00:48:08.440 Yeah, and right now it's really small, so you can definitely get 806 00:48:08.480 --> 00:48:13.199 interaction with me and everybody else in there pretty easily. That doesn't always say 807 00:48:13.199 --> 00:48:16.119 the cases we saw before, but yeah, right now pretty available for anything 808 00:48:16.199 --> 00:48:19.519 you guys want to bring at me. Yeah, it's going to say they're 809 00:48:19.599 --> 00:48:23.719 jumping there now because Brent, Brent is known to grow massive facebook groups. 810 00:48:23.719 --> 00:48:28.920 So we've better jump in if you wanted to feel that interaction. Well, 811 00:48:29.239 --> 00:48:30.800 I'm just going to check real quick all these little chat boxes that I have 812 00:48:30.840 --> 00:48:35.480 fluting around the Internet and make sure nobody else has any questions, Brent, 813 00:48:35.639 --> 00:48:38.360 but I mean I think we crossed it. I think we did a great 814 00:48:38.440 --> 00:48:43.519 job at explaining one sheet. What is the purpose? How? What issues 815 00:48:43.599 --> 00:48:46.639 does it solve? And, man, thank you for being a creator and 816 00:48:46.719 --> 00:48:51.239 pioneering, you know, channels for us and really taking that. I think 817 00:48:51.280 --> 00:48:54.360 a lot of people have pain points but they never go to the drawing board 818 00:48:54.360 --> 00:48:57.760 and say how the heck am I going to solve this? And you did 819 00:48:57.840 --> 00:49:00.760 that and now you're solving a huge pain point for a lot of US creators 820 00:49:00.760 --> 00:49:04.559 and people looking to build our brands. So and hats off to appreciate you 821 00:49:04.599 --> 00:49:07.119 doing that. Well, man, I should thank you too, and and 822 00:49:07.159 --> 00:49:12.559 all the other creators from from previous projects and previous relationship, because a lot 823 00:49:12.679 --> 00:49:15.920 of what I figured out has come from interactions with all of you and a 824 00:49:15.960 --> 00:49:19.079 lot of feedback. So it's kind of guided it a lot. So really 825 00:49:19.119 --> 00:49:21.880 grateful back at you for sure. Yeah, man. Well, Brent, 826 00:49:22.119 --> 00:49:23.199 loved having you on the show. Man. We're definitely have to do it 827 00:49:23.239 --> 00:49:27.360 more. You and I used to run some pretty awesome clubhouse rooms back the 828 00:49:27.400 --> 00:49:30.079 day, so might have to start creating some content it around us. That 829 00:49:30.159 --> 00:49:34.840 again too, especially in the beginning, to help one sheet get to where 830 00:49:34.840 --> 00:49:36.760 you guys want to go. So really appreciate you being on the show. 831 00:49:36.760 --> 00:49:39.320 Man. Any last words before we before we close you out and I close 832 00:49:39.400 --> 00:49:44.280 up this show now. I'm trying out a new, kind new tagline for 833 00:49:44.360 --> 00:49:46.320 it, though. See what you think. One Chap pro the more you 834 00:49:46.360 --> 00:49:50.519 share, the more you grow. I love you like I love it. 835 00:49:50.599 --> 00:49:52.159 Yeah, or everybody, everybody in the chats. Let us know. THUMBS 836 00:49:52.199 --> 00:49:55.199 UP, thumbs down? What do you think? Let him know. He 837 00:49:55.199 --> 00:49:58.840 can give but can go back afterward and check it out and see what people 838 00:49:58.880 --> 00:50:01.119 are saying. But I love him and and that's one of the huge features. 839 00:50:01.119 --> 00:50:04.320 If you guys missed it, because the more you share it, the 840 00:50:04.320 --> 00:50:07.960 more you get bumped, the bigger the directory goes, the more opportunity you 841 00:50:08.000 --> 00:50:12.000 have to be in front of more eyeballs. One of the biggest things, 842 00:50:12.000 --> 00:50:15.519 and this is just from a podcast for perspective, is discoverability and this is 843 00:50:15.559 --> 00:50:19.480 solving that issue. So, Brent, high five, long distance man. 844 00:50:19.599 --> 00:50:22.159 Thank you so much for being a part of the show and and we'll definitely 845 00:50:22.199 --> 00:50:25.599 have you back on and see where you're at in a year, six months 846 00:50:25.719 --> 00:50:29.639 or whatever whatever we get. Whatever you come up with next. I'm in 847 00:50:29.639 --> 00:50:32.079 your corner. I'm a big fan, so really appreciate you being here and 848 00:50:32.119 --> 00:50:37.039 being a part of it. Here. All right, man, awesome, 849 00:50:37.079 --> 00:50:39.519 awesome. Well, thank you, guys so much for checking out this episode 850 00:50:39.559 --> 00:50:43.639 of creating daily with my friend Brent Bash Him. Be Sure to head over 851 00:50:43.679 --> 00:50:47.199 to one sheet dot pro in sign up, and that's either with a number, 852 00:50:47.280 --> 00:50:53.000 one sheet scheet dot pro, or it's just one the like how you 853 00:50:53.000 --> 00:50:58.280 spell one sheet one lets go to your page, billy, and or yeah, 854 00:50:58.400 --> 00:51:00.800 what am I talking about? The good, that's good, to my 855 00:51:00.840 --> 00:51:02.519 page. What am I doing? It's good, to my page. And 856 00:51:02.559 --> 00:51:06.760 then, if you're having trouble finding the link, I've put a link somewhere 857 00:51:06.760 --> 00:51:10.119 where you're watching. You're listening to the notes for this show and for links 858 00:51:10.159 --> 00:51:14.039 for this show. So really appreciate you. And tomorrow I'm going to be 859 00:51:14.119 --> 00:51:16.880 joined by my friend John Snyder. We're going to be talking about NBA top 860 00:51:16.880 --> 00:51:21.760 shots, which I might have to recruit somebody knows about sports, but maybe 861 00:51:21.760 --> 00:51:23.519 it'll be a good place for me to because I don't know anything about sports. 862 00:51:23.559 --> 00:51:29.039 But it's nft directly correlated with people who are fans of basketball. So 863 00:51:29.199 --> 00:51:30.719 that's you. Be Sure to jump into the room. We're going to learn 864 00:51:30.760 --> 00:51:36.239 more about that and how he is a podcaster and is a creator. Has 865 00:51:36.320 --> 00:51:42.000 Been Diving into two NBA top shot. So that's tomorrow, two PM Eastern 866 00:51:42.000 --> 00:51:45.199 time. I am super excited about creating daily. If you haven't subscribed, 867 00:51:45.239 --> 00:51:50.559 if you haven't followed, there's probably a follow or subscribe button somewhere near you. 868 00:51:50.719 --> 00:51:52.920 Click on it and if you're ever here in club house, we'll see 869 00:51:52.920 --> 00:51:55.280 you again tomorrow at two PM. And until then, go sign it for 870 00:51:55.320 --> 00:52:00.840 your one sheet and send it to me, Dm it to me on instagram 871 00:52:00.960 --> 00:52:05.760 or send it to billy at creating for Moneycom and I want to check it 872 00:52:05.800 --> 00:52:08.000 out. Want to be sure that we're connected over there in that community and 873 00:52:08.039 --> 00:52:10.639 also in the facebook group as well. All right, guys, we'll see 874 00:52:10.679 --> 00:52:30.280 you soon. I WOULD