April 20, 2022

Get Paid For Your Advice with Owwll

Get Paid For Your Advice with Owwll

Jason Hill founder of Owwll will be joining me to talk about monetizing your knowledge. Owwll is a newly released app that allows you (the expert) to get paid (what you want) by taking phone calls (when you want) to help advice seekers solve their problems.  

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.720 --> 00:00:05.879 Now here's center. We hope you really like you're listening to creating daily. 2 00:00:06.200 --> 00:00:09.359 There's something wrong with you. You know that, because you and I are 3 00:00:09.400 --> 00:00:12.960 like a mullet. It is the is the business, so he's the front 4 00:00:13.039 --> 00:00:16.000 part of the haircut and then I'm the party in the back. I think 5 00:00:16.039 --> 00:00:19.320 they're hilarious. Speaks to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking. 6 00:00:22.719 --> 00:00:26.640 What is up all you creators out there? Hope you're doing great today another 7 00:00:26.760 --> 00:00:30.239 episode of creating daily. I believe this is like episode number twenty five. 8 00:00:30.239 --> 00:00:33.320 You know, ever going live every single day. I just forget, but 9 00:00:33.359 --> 00:00:36.600 I'm excited about today show. Get a great line up for you. I'm 10 00:00:36.600 --> 00:00:39.560 going to be joined here in a few minutes by my friend Jason Hill, 11 00:00:39.679 --> 00:00:43.240 the founder of our APP, which is an APP where you, as an 12 00:00:43.280 --> 00:00:46.880 expert, can jump on, share your knowledge, share your advice, share 13 00:00:46.920 --> 00:00:50.200 your expertise and get compensated for to get paid. I don't know how many 14 00:00:50.280 --> 00:00:54.359 of you have been on calls before that are supposed to be five minutes, 15 00:00:54.520 --> 00:00:57.640 ten minutes. It goes forty five minutes to an hour and then you're like, 16 00:00:57.719 --> 00:01:00.560 oh my gosh, it'sme all this time and then that person calls you 17 00:01:00.600 --> 00:01:03.439 back later and goes hey, man, that advice he gave me a crush, 18 00:01:03.560 --> 00:01:06.239 I mean a couple thousand bucks or whatever, and you're like that's great, 19 00:01:06.359 --> 00:01:08.280 dude, because I made no money in spent an hour on the phone 20 00:01:08.319 --> 00:01:11.359 with you. Maybe that's just my green talking, I don't know. But 21 00:01:11.400 --> 00:01:15.439 anyway, when I came across Jason on Clubhouse, learned about this APP that 22 00:01:15.560 --> 00:01:19.480 backed in was in development now has been released. Super Super Cool, guys, 23 00:01:19.519 --> 00:01:23.519 super cool APP, and he's a podcast or live streamer, financial advisor, 24 00:01:23.599 --> 00:01:26.480 so he gets all this stuff for creators just like you and I. 25 00:01:26.640 --> 00:01:30.719 So that is who I'm going to have one here in just a few minutes. 26 00:01:30.040 --> 00:01:33.519 But, as you know, I always have a couple segments, so 27 00:01:33.599 --> 00:01:37.719 let's go ahead and jump into a tool. Time. What it's till time 28 00:01:37.840 --> 00:01:41.879 with creating daily all right, so this tool right here, actually I talked 29 00:01:41.879 --> 00:01:46.519 about it quite a bit because typically it's a sponsor of a different segment on 30 00:01:46.519 --> 00:01:49.879 on every other week or so. But one sheet pro, you guys heard 31 00:01:49.920 --> 00:01:53.959 me talk about it so many times, has launched a new feature which I 32 00:01:53.040 --> 00:01:57.480 absolutely love, especially doing a daily show, and look for multiple guests per 33 00:01:57.640 --> 00:02:01.640 week. And that is a guest application feature. So if you go to 34 00:02:01.680 --> 00:02:07.400 onheet, dot pro slash Billy Thorpe and you go to my live stream section, 35 00:02:07.480 --> 00:02:09.719 it now says apply to be a guest on the show. I have 36 00:02:09.800 --> 00:02:15.599 a little form there you can apply. It's awesome and it comes right into 37 00:02:15.639 --> 00:02:19.919 a messaging system within there, within their website, and I can just go 38 00:02:19.960 --> 00:02:23.120 through there and filter super quick as a host of who do I want to 39 00:02:23.159 --> 00:02:25.759 invite on the show. So instead of just sending out, you know, 40 00:02:25.919 --> 00:02:30.479 links or whatever like, I can vet my guests a little bit better or 41 00:02:30.520 --> 00:02:35.240 just openly invite creators to be on the show. So this is my open 42 00:02:35.319 --> 00:02:36.919 invite to you. If you want to be on the show, go to 43 00:02:36.919 --> 00:02:39.159 one sheet, dot pro slash Billy Thorpe, click on the live stream creating 44 00:02:39.240 --> 00:02:44.680 daily live stream and hit applies the guests and you can apply and I will 45 00:02:44.719 --> 00:02:47.240 get in touch with you if that works out and if it's a conversation I 46 00:02:47.280 --> 00:02:50.400 want to have with your or whatever, we will come up with the show 47 00:02:50.439 --> 00:02:53.360 idea if it's good fit. So there you go. There's that. Now 48 00:02:53.360 --> 00:02:58.120 I'm going to do a little creator highlight. Creator highlights no cooking necessary and 49 00:02:58.240 --> 00:03:04.039 no assembly required. It's got to be funk all right. Today's creator highlight 50 00:03:04.080 --> 00:03:07.439 is brought to you by Maven coffee. So go to Maven coffeecom only if 51 00:03:07.479 --> 00:03:12.000 you want the best coffee ever. So take that Atle Star or whatever in 52 00:03:12.039 --> 00:03:15.240 throat, in the trash, because this stuff is the best in the world. 53 00:03:15.240 --> 00:03:20.080 It is award winning, Literally Award Winning microlots that are hand selected by 54 00:03:20.120 --> 00:03:24.000 the Maven team and they also include really nice step by step instructions to make 55 00:03:24.039 --> 00:03:29.000 sure you get an exceptional cup of coffee. It's what I'm drinking today and 56 00:03:29.080 --> 00:03:30.479 probably what I've drink a little too much of, as you can hear it 57 00:03:30.520 --> 00:03:35.120 in my voice. I am speeding right through these segments so we can get 58 00:03:35.159 --> 00:03:38.080 over to Jason here in a moment. And today's hot creater highlight goes to 59 00:03:38.120 --> 00:03:44.439 my friend over at the inspired way podcast, Tim Douglass. Super Nice Guy. 60 00:03:44.520 --> 00:03:49.439 Go check out this podcast. This shows is literally designed to inspire you 61 00:03:49.479 --> 00:03:53.919 and empower you to face like the daily storms alive. A super encouraging guy, 62 00:03:53.960 --> 00:03:58.039 super great creator, so go check him out. The inspired way podcast. 63 00:03:58.280 --> 00:04:00.479 Tim, if you're listening, appreciate your man always encouraging. When we 64 00:04:00.560 --> 00:04:04.400 jump on calls, so I appreciate that. Now, without further ado, 65 00:04:04.520 --> 00:04:09.199 I want to bring my friend Jason on, the founder of Ol APP in, 66 00:04:09.479 --> 00:04:12.319 and let's learn about this APP and what it can do for you as 67 00:04:12.360 --> 00:04:15.000 a creator in an expert. Jason, what's up, my man? Good 68 00:04:15.000 --> 00:04:18.199 to see you. What's going on? Billy? Welcome, everyone excited to 69 00:04:18.240 --> 00:04:21.879 be on the show. Just learned about coffee. I just purchased a coffee 70 00:04:21.959 --> 00:04:26.319 maker. It's arriving today, so it looks like I have a new brand. 71 00:04:26.319 --> 00:04:28.319 I could give a test, so I'm excited about that. I just 72 00:04:28.399 --> 00:04:30.399 learned something about podcasting. Right, I have a guest list. It's all 73 00:04:30.439 --> 00:04:32.639 manual, so I should do what you're doing right. I run the Shrim 74 00:04:32.680 --> 00:04:36.639 tank podcast. Don't over two hundred episodes and we're always kind of get in 75 00:04:36.680 --> 00:04:40.920 different emails and it gets out of control. Who should come on the show. 76 00:04:41.000 --> 00:04:44.199 So I'm going to take some of your tips and of course I'm not 77 00:04:44.240 --> 00:04:46.000 paying you for those tips right now. If it was done an owl right, 78 00:04:46.040 --> 00:04:50.120 you would have been paid for that value received. You know what everyone 79 00:04:50.240 --> 00:04:55.600 creating daily is now going on out exclusively where we need to go to group 80 00:04:55.639 --> 00:04:59.439 calls on there's anything that's one day, one day, maybe would they write. 81 00:05:00.079 --> 00:05:02.360 Well, Jason, men, you're what I love about you is you're 82 00:05:02.360 --> 00:05:05.879 not just somebody who developed an APP, but you you're a man of many 83 00:05:05.920 --> 00:05:10.360 hats, of many talents. Your podcast, or just like my I am 84 00:05:10.480 --> 00:05:14.879 a live streamer, just like I am, and you've really developed this pretty 85 00:05:14.879 --> 00:05:16.759 cool APP called Owl. So, men, take a few minutes and just 86 00:05:16.800 --> 00:05:21.959 tell us what is our APP and kind of like the Thirtyzero, you know, 87 00:05:23.040 --> 00:05:26.120 foot view, if you will, of like what you created this thing 88 00:05:26.199 --> 00:05:29.959 to do, because it's pretty amazing. Thank you. I appreciate it and 89 00:05:30.319 --> 00:05:32.920 I'm sure many people are listening or thinking, Oh, another APP, right. 90 00:05:33.000 --> 00:05:36.920 We all have so many that we downloaded and then we never use right, 91 00:05:36.920 --> 00:05:41.639 and this APP is really designed to get advice at a moment's notice. 92 00:05:41.680 --> 00:05:45.800 We've all been on Google, we've all been on Youtube and we've all gone 93 00:05:45.839 --> 00:05:48.040 in frustrated before, every one of us, or even eight hundred numbers where 94 00:05:48.040 --> 00:05:53.199 you just can't get the right person on the line. But imagine billy's on 95 00:05:53.279 --> 00:05:56.680 Owl, right and he's available to have a chat for ten dollars for ten 96 00:05:56.680 --> 00:05:59.759 minutes. As an example, billy cause said his price, what he feels, 97 00:05:59.759 --> 00:06:01.759 his time is worth and his value. You know that he's providing to 98 00:06:01.800 --> 00:06:05.399 his audience. And now you have a question about podcasting where you don't know 99 00:06:05.399 --> 00:06:10.079 what podcast might to purchase, you don't know how to monetize your podcast. 100 00:06:10.120 --> 00:06:14.240 Well, you get access to call billy and Billy's happy to take your call 101 00:06:14.279 --> 00:06:16.000 because he said I'm available and I'm not going to do these calls for free. 102 00:06:16.040 --> 00:06:18.800 No more tire kickers, but you could call me on now and maybe 103 00:06:18.800 --> 00:06:23.480 billy puts his schedule where he's on owl once a week, twice a week, 104 00:06:23.519 --> 00:06:26.480 so people can follow you and when you go active on our they get 105 00:06:26.519 --> 00:06:30.319 a notification and they go and give you a ring as an audio phone call. 106 00:06:30.319 --> 00:06:33.439 So you don't feel the pressure as an expert to be in a suit 107 00:06:33.519 --> 00:06:38.040 and tie and and be dressed properly, because you know when these calls are 108 00:06:38.040 --> 00:06:41.199 coming in. Right. You could go live at nine o'clock on a Saturday 109 00:06:41.240 --> 00:06:45.240 evening and your pajamas and start giving advice, or you could jump in the 110 00:06:45.279 --> 00:06:47.160 car. You have a threehour trip and you can start giving advice from the 111 00:06:47.199 --> 00:06:50.920 car ride. So beauty of our platform is it gives experts that power to 112 00:06:50.920 --> 00:06:54.680 go live at any moment. Right, they're just board. They go live 113 00:06:54.720 --> 00:06:57.839 and see if their audience wants to check. So the person with the larger 114 00:06:57.920 --> 00:07:00.800 audience is this is going to cater to very well because they always have people 115 00:07:00.800 --> 00:07:03.959 that want to chat with them, right, and they're sick of getting emails. 116 00:07:04.000 --> 00:07:09.480 They're sick of getting messages to Instagram Linkedin Tick Tock clubhouse. It's never 117 00:07:09.600 --> 00:07:13.319 ending today, right, and everyone's trying to break through, to sell them 118 00:07:13.439 --> 00:07:15.439 lots of times. You know, an often lot of people don't know which 119 00:07:15.439 --> 00:07:18.319 conversations they should have, so they ignore a lot of them and there's a 120 00:07:18.319 --> 00:07:21.480 lot of opportunities that are in the inboxes that were all wasting. But Owl 121 00:07:21.519 --> 00:07:25.600 is going to open those opportunities up and we're seeing that. We over a 122 00:07:25.600 --> 00:07:29.560 thousand conversations last last month on the platform wow, and it was cool to 123 00:07:29.560 --> 00:07:33.480 hear story. Or is a people doing business and and connecting with people that 124 00:07:33.519 --> 00:07:36.800 they never typically would of and then realize they had their guard up, they 125 00:07:36.839 --> 00:07:41.480 had a biases and all sudden they're they're doing a podcast show together with them. 126 00:07:41.560 --> 00:07:44.519 Let's say they're meeting in person. We had someone date going a date 127 00:07:44.560 --> 00:07:47.360 after meeting on owl, right. So there's so many things that occurring. 128 00:07:47.920 --> 00:07:51.600 Because what is owl? It's just eliminating friction so two people can have a 129 00:07:51.639 --> 00:07:58.240 natural conversation and hold each other accountable in a professional setting because there's a review 130 00:07:58.240 --> 00:08:01.199 mechanism that the expert is leaving a review for the vice seeker and the vice 131 00:08:01.240 --> 00:08:05.000 seekers leaving or you for you know, the expert themselves for the advice being 132 00:08:05.040 --> 00:08:09.160 given. So no more phony experts. You know, you see this a 133 00:08:09.160 --> 00:08:11.600 lot, unfortunately, on clubhouse, where people could stay on there a long 134 00:08:11.600 --> 00:08:15.720 time and look professional but they don't really back it up, you know, 135 00:08:15.759 --> 00:08:18.680 being an expert in the real life or in the real world. So our 136 00:08:18.720 --> 00:08:22.160 platform is really going to shine light on real experts and and really, you 137 00:08:22.160 --> 00:08:24.959 know, work on both ends. But like Uber Right, there benefits the 138 00:08:26.480 --> 00:08:30.519 everyday person could go in and and make an income really easily by jumping into 139 00:08:30.560 --> 00:08:33.559 Uber. And then also the passengers get the benefits from less friction, you 140 00:08:33.559 --> 00:08:37.559 know, hailing a ride right versus at the old school calling. You know 141 00:08:37.600 --> 00:08:39.759 that them. So with our platform and benefits both sides, you could be 142 00:08:39.840 --> 00:08:43.320 an expert and you could be a Biseeker. We all need advice and you 143 00:08:43.320 --> 00:08:46.120 can't take this advice and knowledge with you. You Know One di see you 144 00:08:46.159 --> 00:08:48.200 might as well pass it on. So, yeah, that's a little bit 145 00:08:48.240 --> 00:08:50.679 about the platform. Will do demos today, of course. Yeah, man, 146 00:08:50.759 --> 00:08:54.360 you know, yeah, I get my phone connected, so we'll jump 147 00:08:54.399 --> 00:08:56.679 over and show you guys how it works as well. So this can be 148 00:08:56.679 --> 00:09:00.639 really cool and meant. One thing that I really like about what you're doing 149 00:09:00.720 --> 00:09:03.080 as well. It's not like you've just created this APP and you've just, 150 00:09:03.159 --> 00:09:05.799 you know, try to get everybody to sign up, but you're really building 151 00:09:05.840 --> 00:09:11.399 a create a community of experts like that are really, you know, in 152 00:09:11.559 --> 00:09:16.320 networking with each other. So it's like expert to expert. And then also, 153 00:09:16.519 --> 00:09:18.840 you know, there's people coming into the APP who maybe not be a 154 00:09:18.919 --> 00:09:22.039 quote unquote expert, but they're getting help as well. And so, man, 155 00:09:22.080 --> 00:09:24.679 I just say hats off to you, because I think community, and 156 00:09:24.759 --> 00:09:28.799 you know this being in business for as long as you have, and you 157 00:09:28.840 --> 00:09:31.360 know this like your net you know, the old saying is like show me 158 00:09:31.399 --> 00:09:33.639 your network and I'll show you, you know, your net worth, and 159 00:09:33.879 --> 00:09:37.240 so you know, I don't know how true that is, but it's the 160 00:09:37.279 --> 00:09:41.519 older I get, the more people I know, the more opportunities of my 161 00:09:41.759 --> 00:09:46.000 sure you know my network keeps growing, the more people I meet or opportunities. 162 00:09:46.120 --> 00:09:50.639 So I love that you're bringing all these worlds together and it really does 163 00:09:50.720 --> 00:09:54.080 solve that problem. Like for me, for instance, I do coach people, 164 00:09:54.120 --> 00:09:58.039 I do help people and I'm you know, before ow it's done a 165 00:09:58.080 --> 00:10:03.720 lot of discovery calls and it was oftentimes people who are just like not even 166 00:10:03.759 --> 00:10:07.000 not even to the place where I could even help them. You know, 167 00:10:07.080 --> 00:10:09.720 more or less call me to get help. So have you seen that in 168 00:10:09.759 --> 00:10:13.799 your in your lineup of experts, that they're all going shoot? Thanks, 169 00:10:13.879 --> 00:10:18.279 Jason. You Save me so much time it's amazing. And especially introverts were 170 00:10:18.279 --> 00:10:22.720 fighting right. extroverts were always good at trying to kick someone off as zoom 171 00:10:22.759 --> 00:10:26.360 meeting or an in person meeting, saying they had another meeting coming up. 172 00:10:26.399 --> 00:10:30.000 But introverts always felt a little guilty trying to show someone off a phone call, 173 00:10:30.080 --> 00:10:33.799 you know, but afterwards they they don't enjoy that feeling. They spend 174 00:10:33.840 --> 00:10:35.200 an hour on a meeting that should have been ten minutes. So because our 175 00:10:35.240 --> 00:10:39.320 platform has a time or magnism built in, the clock begins. So when 176 00:10:39.399 --> 00:10:41.840 someone's paying for your time they can't mess around. Right. They're going to 177 00:10:41.879 --> 00:10:46.360 get right into, you know, providing that advice or, as the secret, 178 00:10:46.399 --> 00:10:50.840 seeking advice, and everyone is held accountable for let me just turn out 179 00:10:50.919 --> 00:10:56.519 my phone groops pockets are so in general, you just you know, because 180 00:10:56.559 --> 00:11:01.159 the platform has their reviews, the timers, it really controls a conversation. 181 00:11:01.240 --> 00:11:05.000 It gets people right into, you know, chatting and getting to the point 182 00:11:05.039 --> 00:11:09.200 and unless rapport building, because you already did the rapport by looking at the 183 00:11:09.200 --> 00:11:11.519 person's profile or looking at some of the videos they have listed. And often 184 00:11:11.519 --> 00:11:15.279 you already know that person because you've heard them in a club Housh Room talk 185 00:11:15.279 --> 00:11:18.080 and you want to have a conversation one on one. So we're seeing a 186 00:11:18.080 --> 00:11:22.200 lot of a lot of fields. I didn't see this coming, like we 187 00:11:22.240 --> 00:11:24.320 have a dog trainer on there and I didn't realize like, oh my God, 188 00:11:24.320 --> 00:11:28.039 a door trainer with three hundred thousand followers always getting calls. Then we 189 00:11:28.080 --> 00:11:31.799 had a professional wrestler. He's on cameo and he's also getting a lot of 190 00:11:31.799 --> 00:11:35.440 messages that people want to chat with him and learn how to become a professional 191 00:11:35.480 --> 00:11:39.799 wrestler, as an example. So we're seeing a lot of different areas of 192 00:11:39.799 --> 00:11:43.879 expertise and it's similar to linked in in a way. Where why are we 193 00:11:43.919 --> 00:11:48.480 on linked in? We're there to connect with other individuals and build a network, 194 00:11:48.519 --> 00:11:52.360 and Linkedin has struggled because of the amount of spam we get. You 195 00:11:52.399 --> 00:11:56.879 know, eighty percent of our messages are are people always trying to solicit us 196 00:11:56.000 --> 00:12:00.159 or recruit us when, you know, when it comes to careers. But 197 00:12:00.200 --> 00:12:03.720 the twenty thirty percent, there's amazing people that really do want to correct. 198 00:12:03.720 --> 00:12:07.840 Connecting creates energies. So this is allowing that. It's allowing people to connect 199 00:12:07.840 --> 00:12:11.320 easier. It's not just about spending x amount of money, you know, 200 00:12:11.399 --> 00:12:15.600 on a phone call to chatwie selling, because after the calls complete, you 201 00:12:15.639 --> 00:12:18.679 know, very similar linkedin. You don't stay on linked in it. Things 202 00:12:18.679 --> 00:12:22.240 happen off a linkedin right. So with our platform we hope that happens. 203 00:12:22.279 --> 00:12:24.840 We hope that you have a quick ten minute, twenty minute call without individual 204 00:12:24.879 --> 00:12:30.159 and then jump on a podcast with billy and create a real relationship or hire 205 00:12:30.240 --> 00:12:35.120 billy right to monetize your podcast, because maybe you have a show and the 206 00:12:35.159 --> 00:12:39.399 numbers are good but you struggle with getting sponsorships and you you struggle with, 207 00:12:39.679 --> 00:12:43.440 you know, just the overall process of Moneta, monetization of a show, 208 00:12:43.480 --> 00:12:46.159 which is very common in the podcast world. Yeah, so we're seeing so 209 00:12:46.200 --> 00:12:48.879 many perch from jumping on there and then taking off of the owl, which 210 00:12:48.919 --> 00:12:52.320 is the hope. I was just really a limiting the friction to get two 211 00:12:52.360 --> 00:12:56.440 parties together to connect. So we were client connect media or the end or 212 00:12:56.519 --> 00:12:58.519 the owl effect, you know after a call, for example. So it's 213 00:12:58.519 --> 00:13:01.919 been fun. Yeah, man, this is cool. I love what you 214 00:13:01.960 --> 00:13:03.759 guys are doing. So how are you guys vetting, how are you and 215 00:13:03.799 --> 00:13:07.639 your team, Jason, vetting the quote unquote experts? Because, as you 216 00:13:07.639 --> 00:13:13.919 mentioned earlier, there's all there's experts everywhere. But how are you guys really 217 00:13:13.960 --> 00:13:16.759 saying, Hey, let's let's dig in and find the real good people, 218 00:13:16.759 --> 00:13:18.840 which I'm on there, so I mean you found the next anyway. But 219 00:13:20.000 --> 00:13:22.639 how are you guys betting these guys before they are started using money on your 220 00:13:22.639 --> 00:13:28.440 platform? So step one. Everyone comes in as an advice seeker, where 221 00:13:28.440 --> 00:13:31.440 their profiles not not shown, where you can only see the actual owls, 222 00:13:31.480 --> 00:13:37.559 which are the experts that have their profile picture, their social media handles linked, 223 00:13:37.600 --> 00:13:39.600 as well as a full bio. So the first thing that has to 224 00:13:39.600 --> 00:13:43.399 happen as a vice seeker has to go in and apply, they have to 225 00:13:43.440 --> 00:13:46.080 accept our terms and conditions. Currently we are taking a twenty percent platform feed 226 00:13:46.120 --> 00:13:52.320 for for all the calls being made to obviously maintain the platform and also, 227 00:13:52.440 --> 00:13:54.879 you know, all the developers and all the costs behind the scenes and the 228 00:13:54.879 --> 00:13:58.200 stripe fees that are integrated with deposits, as well as which roles. And 229 00:13:58.240 --> 00:14:01.879 then you're required to fill out a hundred percent of your profile. So you 230 00:14:01.919 --> 00:14:05.519 can't just have a profile like you do on Linkedin windowheadshot and try to get 231 00:14:05.559 --> 00:14:09.200 away with not being who you are, right, because WHO's going to spend 232 00:14:09.240 --> 00:14:13.799 money on calling someone that has no photo and has, you know, a 233 00:14:13.840 --> 00:14:16.799 fake name up there? Right? Yes, it exists. Right, there's 234 00:14:16.799 --> 00:14:20.159 people that have any musician musical world, right, but those people have ue 235 00:14:20.200 --> 00:14:22.559 draw these in audiences, millions of followers, so it's a little different. 236 00:14:22.679 --> 00:14:26.840 But on our platform they want people want to know who they're speaking to. 237 00:14:26.039 --> 00:14:30.320 So that's required. I fell out, a hundred percent your profile and if 238 00:14:30.360 --> 00:14:31.919 you you can't get to the next step to apply. If you don't do 239 00:14:31.960 --> 00:14:35.600 that, then you're required to put a minimum one social media handle in and 240 00:14:35.720 --> 00:14:39.000 most people are going to put all their social media handles in because some wants 241 00:14:39.000 --> 00:14:43.480 to call you. You'd be you be hurting yourself by putting one in if 242 00:14:43.480 --> 00:14:46.159 you have three others. Because people want to know where they're talking to. 243 00:14:46.240 --> 00:14:48.200 They want to feel I trusted that they can make a call to that individual 244 00:14:48.200 --> 00:14:52.440 and and and get good advice and look at your profile first on Instagram, 245 00:14:52.480 --> 00:14:56.159 on Linkedin. So people have to recreate themselves. They would exist as an 246 00:14:56.159 --> 00:15:00.279 expert. We're just making easier to click a bunch of buttons, to look 247 00:15:00.279 --> 00:15:03.519 at them before you actually reach out to them and then when they apply, 248 00:15:03.639 --> 00:15:05.519 if any that is missing, I deny it. Where I would get it? 249 00:15:05.519 --> 00:15:09.399 Because they had a techno in their r all because they were lazy, 250 00:15:09.440 --> 00:15:11.039 and then take time to put their correct handle in and they thought how to 251 00:15:11.080 --> 00:15:16.120 memorize. Or they put one social media handle in but I could tell as 252 00:15:16.120 --> 00:15:20.279 made up thirty minutes ago, as you're followers and it just doesn't seem to 253 00:15:20.279 --> 00:15:24.399 match. or they put something crazy like thousand dollars for ten minutes and I 254 00:15:24.480 --> 00:15:26.480 think it's a get rich scam, like they're going to get in your so 255 00:15:26.679 --> 00:15:28.360 and is this going to randomly call them for thousand dollars. That's not going 256 00:15:28.399 --> 00:15:31.080 to happen. Yeah, you know, but I could tell right off googling 257 00:15:31.320 --> 00:15:35.240 them or searching that you know does. It does not add up. So 258 00:15:35.279 --> 00:15:39.240 I will reject and say you got you have to put something more reasonable or, 259 00:15:39.279 --> 00:15:41.639 you know, give us a reason why you could get a thousand dollars 260 00:15:41.720 --> 00:15:43.320 or ten minutes, like you know what's going on that we don't know about, 261 00:15:43.360 --> 00:15:46.320 you know, and what an audience are you serving? That's that's willing 262 00:15:46.360 --> 00:15:50.279 to do that now. That is that, if everything adds up right, 263 00:15:50.320 --> 00:15:52.240 everyone is a nice ver. Look at Linkedin, like there's so many experts 264 00:15:52.240 --> 00:15:56.360 we've we just verify that information and we pass you through. Look the the 265 00:15:56.440 --> 00:16:00.799 mark, the market. Does the talk right. If you go live in 266 00:16:00.879 --> 00:16:03.639 church, thirty dollars or ten minutes, say you, you are who you 267 00:16:03.679 --> 00:16:07.759 are, and then someone calls you and has a bad experience because they called 268 00:16:07.840 --> 00:16:11.480 a podcast expert and then they find out you done three podcast shows and you 269 00:16:11.559 --> 00:16:15.639 really just run a show and you're not really an expert on helping people monetized 270 00:16:15.639 --> 00:16:18.759 because you haven't monetized. Well, you're going to get a date, you're 271 00:16:18.759 --> 00:16:22.200 going to get a two threestar review very common to like how fiver works with 272 00:16:22.279 --> 00:16:25.919 reviews, when the day right and and all sudden, like, who's going 273 00:16:25.960 --> 00:16:29.639 to call you again if you if you try to take that first call like 274 00:16:29.679 --> 00:16:32.399 you were an expert. So it's really hard to fake it when you're having 275 00:16:32.440 --> 00:16:36.120 a natural conversation, when someone's calling you about your specific expertise. And if 276 00:16:36.159 --> 00:16:38.159 you listen expertise are not really an expert in, which is very common where 277 00:16:38.399 --> 00:16:42.519 people list twenty items today. If you're not that, then don't list it, 278 00:16:42.559 --> 00:16:45.480 because if someone calls you and starts asking questions, they're going to Ding 279 00:16:45.559 --> 00:16:49.600 you. So I really recommend listening exactly what you're an expert in and then 280 00:16:49.639 --> 00:16:53.360 going from there. and and it's self policing because over time the reviews will 281 00:16:53.440 --> 00:16:57.759 kick in and and at that time if someone falls below a certain threshold, 282 00:16:57.840 --> 00:17:02.000 unfortune we're going to have to remove them as an expert because it's just not 283 00:17:02.039 --> 00:17:04.920 the quality that we're looking for being listed on the our public search. So 284 00:17:06.039 --> 00:17:08.160 really it's about a self serve and if you have an audience like you do 285 00:17:08.200 --> 00:17:11.519 a running a show and you're on clubhouse joels close out of clubouse room, 286 00:17:11.519 --> 00:17:15.119 you give value in that room for an hour moderating room with others. All 287 00:17:15.160 --> 00:17:18.839 the moderators can end the room saying hey, we're all going to head over 288 00:17:18.880 --> 00:17:22.759 to and he wants to talk with us one on one privately. It's not 289 00:17:22.839 --> 00:17:25.880 being recorded. You could, you could pick our brain about anything that's on 290 00:17:25.920 --> 00:17:29.000 your mind, and that's a huge advantage that we had. The Club House 291 00:17:29.079 --> 00:17:33.279 is not offers. Not everyone wants to be in a public room being recorded 292 00:17:33.319 --> 00:17:37.599 asking questions, especially on like mental health or something personal about their business that 293 00:17:37.599 --> 00:17:41.839 they don't want others to really know about it. They're having a strong everyone, 294 00:17:41.839 --> 00:17:44.799 I struggles in their business and the need cell but one on one is 295 00:17:44.799 --> 00:17:48.720 where it's going to happen, on an audio call and anyone in clubouse it 296 00:17:48.759 --> 00:17:49.720 is going to be uge for them because they have an audience, are ready 297 00:17:49.720 --> 00:17:52.680 and they're spending time in the rooms and giving value in those rooms. So 298 00:17:52.839 --> 00:17:56.160 really, you know, we see that. The market will answer that question. 299 00:17:56.200 --> 00:17:59.759 You could charge a hundred ten minutes. No one calls you. That's 300 00:17:59.759 --> 00:18:02.720 not a fault, that's your fault. You're charging too much right and you 301 00:18:02.720 --> 00:18:04.519 don't have the audience to serve. So it's like linkedin. How many of 302 00:18:04.519 --> 00:18:10.319 your reach out from bringing your Profilendin Zero Right. They reach out after you 303 00:18:10.359 --> 00:18:15.519 do a post and and then they see that you have valuable content from the 304 00:18:15.559 --> 00:18:18.400 post, either a video or or messaging or text or copy, and then 305 00:18:18.440 --> 00:18:21.759 they say, hey, how do I get in touch? You're just you 306 00:18:21.759 --> 00:18:23.960 know, at that point the traditional way is, here's my calendar, links 307 00:18:23.960 --> 00:18:27.200 got up a meeting, you know, or email me. But now you 308 00:18:27.200 --> 00:18:30.200 can just respone, you can come on owl and just follow me and when 309 00:18:30.200 --> 00:18:33.119 I go alive, you call me. I'm available every Tuesday from ten to 310 00:18:33.119 --> 00:18:37.319 twelve on a first come, first come, first serve basis. So we 311 00:18:37.359 --> 00:18:41.200 could actually help people filter through all the the BS, you know, part 312 00:18:41.200 --> 00:18:44.279 of my French you know, and get the get the people that really truly 313 00:18:44.319 --> 00:18:48.079 are not soliciting them from linkedin or clubhouse, onto real, genuine conversations with 314 00:18:48.079 --> 00:18:52.000 that individual. And at that the end results will be will be better business 315 00:18:52.000 --> 00:18:56.160 and more professionalism, which is lacking in social media. People get away with 316 00:18:56.160 --> 00:19:00.039 with dashing companies, people get away with just, you know, taking things 317 00:19:00.079 --> 00:19:03.359 out of context because of a text message or a message on social media and 318 00:19:03.359 --> 00:19:07.200 it was taking a different way. But on a conversation it doesn't happen. 319 00:19:07.240 --> 00:19:11.240 As often. Yeah, so it's going to be awesome to really, you 320 00:19:11.240 --> 00:19:14.759 know, keep everyone professional. So I would say we're going to cater more 321 00:19:14.799 --> 00:19:19.119 to the linkedin audience where the Combo clubhouse in there, because the audio technology, 322 00:19:19.559 --> 00:19:22.519 but more accountability than club house because of the one on one in the 323 00:19:22.519 --> 00:19:26.480 reviews. Yeah, man, I like what you guys are doing and I 324 00:19:26.519 --> 00:19:29.880 think that vetting process and I remember early on, you know, when you 325 00:19:30.000 --> 00:19:33.160 who are looking for the first few experts to come on the platform, you 326 00:19:33.200 --> 00:19:37.200 know, even with people you already knew from clubhouse that you would already kind 327 00:19:37.200 --> 00:19:41.240 of vetted by having conversations, you're still like, Hey, this is a 328 00:19:41.319 --> 00:19:45.079 rigorous you know. So from the very beginning there wasn't like that good old 329 00:19:45.079 --> 00:19:47.920 boy system like yeah, you're just in to be in. Like you guys 330 00:19:47.920 --> 00:19:52.079 have really set the standard of of you know, really vetting these experts. 331 00:19:52.119 --> 00:19:53.960 So so, Jason, I love it, man. I think you've given 332 00:19:55.039 --> 00:19:57.559 us a killer overview of kind of some of the use cases and all that, 333 00:19:57.720 --> 00:20:00.960 and we can talk about some more of it, but I want to 334 00:20:00.039 --> 00:20:03.759 jump in actually look at the APP because I I've got my old speaking of 335 00:20:03.759 --> 00:20:07.240 technology, you have full it all works out here. I'm going to bring 336 00:20:07.359 --> 00:20:12.440 in the OWL APP and then we can, oh, say, I got 337 00:20:12.519 --> 00:20:15.680 to get the right one. I got the old Beta version. there. 338 00:20:15.720 --> 00:20:18.079 Here we go. All right. So I'm going to I'm going to jump 339 00:20:18.079 --> 00:20:22.200 over this screen. So this is right, when I come into the APP 340 00:20:22.240 --> 00:20:26.039 as a as a creator, I'll say, or as an expert on the 341 00:20:26.039 --> 00:20:30.200 platform. And then I just set my time limit right so I can say 342 00:20:30.200 --> 00:20:33.920 if I'm available for an hour or two hours or twenty minutes. So I'm 343 00:20:33.920 --> 00:20:37.079 going to say I'm available for five minutes. That way, I feel bad 344 00:20:37.119 --> 00:20:41.200 if nobody, if somebody starts calling me. Sure, I hope. So 345 00:20:41.240 --> 00:20:44.079 someone calls here. This will be fun and it's somebody. And then somebody 346 00:20:44.119 --> 00:20:45.839 jumps right in right. So then now I'm ready. And what I do 347 00:20:45.880 --> 00:20:48.440 now? I just hang out. I'm just yeah, so hit the acts 348 00:20:48.519 --> 00:20:52.160 at the top corner. Okay, and let's go. Let's go over to 349 00:20:52.160 --> 00:20:55.359 your profile. It does that a reminder of five minutes or POPs up again. 350 00:20:55.359 --> 00:21:00.440 Okay, so go ahead and hit so active owls, that top category 351 00:21:00.480 --> 00:21:03.039 shows green dots next to people's head chat. That shows that the person is 352 00:21:03.039 --> 00:21:07.599 active and they will accept your call based on the price. There listening right 353 00:21:07.599 --> 00:21:11.519 now in a Beta. We're doing dollar calls on purpose, and you can 354 00:21:11.559 --> 00:21:15.240 see you're up at the top there. So Click your profile now you are 355 00:21:15.319 --> 00:21:18.119 who you are. So usually where it says call for one one dollar for 356 00:21:18.200 --> 00:21:22.720 ten minutes, that would be green and and then you could click it. 357 00:21:22.759 --> 00:21:26.000 So go ahead and exit out and click someone else's so we could demonstrate. 358 00:21:26.039 --> 00:21:30.000 What do we look like? On on on any any other person, for 359 00:21:30.039 --> 00:21:33.359 example? I see if there's anybody I know that I'll just okay, Paul. 360 00:21:33.400 --> 00:21:34.880 I don't know him personally, but okay, here we go. Yeah, 361 00:21:34.920 --> 00:21:37.440 so see how now it's his call for one dollar. Oh yeah, 362 00:21:37.480 --> 00:21:42.119 so you could see that he has reviews listed, how many calls he's taken, 363 00:21:42.119 --> 00:21:47.920 how many followers. So it's really cool is you could look back at 364 00:21:47.920 --> 00:21:52.519 their reviews right here and and really get an idea, like what did people 365 00:21:52.559 --> 00:21:56.319 think about speaking with with Paul? Right, he's got all these five star 366 00:21:56.720 --> 00:22:00.799 use and there's got to be a reason why everyone loves talking to Paul at 367 00:22:00.799 --> 00:22:03.799 to keep leaving him positive reviews. And he's got that many calls take right 368 00:22:03.880 --> 00:22:07.519 and and I can tell you what that Paul is a ultimate connector. He's 369 00:22:07.559 --> 00:22:12.200 on club house a lot. He has a cigar company, he's on TV. 370 00:22:14.279 --> 00:22:17.680 He, you know, knows Hollywood very well and he has got a 371 00:22:17.680 --> 00:22:21.839 lot of deep connections there. He's always connecting people. So, so Paul 372 00:22:21.880 --> 00:22:23.200 and I have been great friends. He's visited Florid, he's come on my 373 00:22:23.240 --> 00:22:29.279 podcast show and he really enjoys the platform. And and the beauty of this 374 00:22:29.359 --> 00:22:32.279 is you could read all his bio right there. You could click some of 375 00:22:32.319 --> 00:22:34.680 his instagram adals, facebook, Linkedin, twitter. One day will add other 376 00:22:34.680 --> 00:22:37.839 ones like clubhouse and tick tock, for example, or Youtube. And what's 377 00:22:37.880 --> 00:22:41.960 cool is like you could get, you know, fall understanding about Paul right 378 00:22:41.000 --> 00:22:45.640 there, very similar to like a linkedin bio or clubhouse by yeah, so, 379 00:22:45.720 --> 00:22:48.720 yeah, and then what happens is like you're searching the APP. I'm 380 00:22:48.759 --> 00:22:52.680 going to log in right now and actually call you, and what's going to 381 00:22:52.720 --> 00:22:56.440 happen is your phone will start ringing. So we'll show the audience what does 382 00:22:56.519 --> 00:22:59.240 this do? And and if I was following you, I would get a 383 00:22:59.279 --> 00:23:03.000 notification to know that, Hey, I should I should go call and I'm 384 00:23:03.039 --> 00:23:07.039 going to put podcasts help. And let's say I was in emergency. Any 385 00:23:07.079 --> 00:23:08.880 podcasts up? I call you. Okay, so go ahead and allow the 386 00:23:10.039 --> 00:23:12.920 the microphone. Okay, now it's just okay. So, so you see 387 00:23:12.960 --> 00:23:18.160 me calling, so go ahead and pick it up. All right. Okay, 388 00:23:18.519 --> 00:23:23.759 so I muted myself so you don't hear me. But in this situation 389 00:23:23.960 --> 00:23:27.359 we're in a conversation. The the clock is ticking ten minutes. I put 390 00:23:27.440 --> 00:23:33.079 a topic an agenda. I wanted to ask some questions about podcasting. And 391 00:23:33.799 --> 00:23:36.119 you know, what microphones should I buy? Billy? You know I'm about 392 00:23:36.119 --> 00:23:38.119 to start a podcast. You know I'm an Amazon a. You know the 393 00:23:38.200 --> 00:23:41.440 thirty one has five starties, but the two hundred one has five starties. 394 00:23:41.599 --> 00:23:45.799 It's a really a big difference, billy, between those two microphones. All 395 00:23:45.880 --> 00:23:48.960 right, yeah, man, this is cool. And so and now what 396 00:23:48.039 --> 00:23:51.680 happens when the time we runs out, which I know, but I'm asking 397 00:23:51.759 --> 00:23:55.079 for the sake of the audience here. Yeah, so, for the sake 398 00:23:55.279 --> 00:23:59.559 is I could ask for more time. So I had a different screen and 399 00:24:00.000 --> 00:24:02.440 I am going to go ahead and request ten more minutes. Go ahead and 400 00:24:02.559 --> 00:24:06.640 accept. Yep. So now I just paid. You know, let's say 401 00:24:06.720 --> 00:24:08.720 this call was ten dollars for the first ten minutes. I asked for another 402 00:24:08.799 --> 00:24:11.160 ten minutes would be now. You all send you're the expert. You just 403 00:24:11.200 --> 00:24:15.920 got twenty dollars for giving advice. And then, additionally, you can move 404 00:24:15.000 --> 00:24:18.119 them over to a zoom meeting. Say Hey, you really want more information 405 00:24:18.240 --> 00:24:22.920 and you want to hire me long term. Message me on Instagram. My 406 00:24:22.400 --> 00:24:26.319 profiles right there. Provide me your email. I'll send you an email. 407 00:24:26.400 --> 00:24:29.559 Set up a real meeting and and people could be really creative. You say 408 00:24:29.599 --> 00:24:33.119 whatever you spend on me an owl, all eventually deduct it off of you 409 00:24:33.200 --> 00:24:36.640 know, the package price. I usually charge people two thousand dollars a month 410 00:24:36.680 --> 00:24:40.559 for six months straight, where I twelvezero dollars. And in this case you 411 00:24:40.599 --> 00:24:44.119 spend a hundred dollars an owl. I'll take that off because I was starting 412 00:24:44.160 --> 00:24:45.880 my consultation on owl. So you have a lot of people that are going 413 00:24:45.920 --> 00:24:51.200 to start their consultations because it holds those people accountable to not wasting their time. 414 00:24:51.319 --> 00:24:53.279 And and you see the timer. It's clicking right and you got to 415 00:24:53.359 --> 00:24:56.799 reject it. So here's another example. So if I request more time and 416 00:24:56.960 --> 00:25:00.480 hit reject on here, because let's say you have a meeting to Thir s 417 00:25:00.519 --> 00:25:03.680 coming up and four minutes away and the person wants to talk to you more. 418 00:25:04.160 --> 00:25:07.960 But you can where you add you plan that you'd be on owl for 419 00:25:07.079 --> 00:25:11.119 one hour and you can accept the call. You nicely say, Hey, 420 00:25:11.119 --> 00:25:14.480 I can't take that that additional time and extension. Follow me. I'll be 421 00:25:14.599 --> 00:25:17.279 back next week, you know, same time or later today. I'll pop 422 00:25:17.319 --> 00:25:18.319 back on. Do you want me to pop back on at two o'clock, 423 00:25:18.400 --> 00:25:22.680 three o'clock then and then call me again. So we are going to build 424 00:25:22.720 --> 00:25:26.160 out some cool features with waiting lists and pinion people, you know. But 425 00:25:26.319 --> 00:25:29.720 also, I'm annoying, the expert very important. We don't want experts to 426 00:25:29.720 --> 00:25:33.119 get and, you know, killed like they do right now on Linkedin and 427 00:25:33.279 --> 00:25:37.519 clubhouse with qusings things. Then it becomes like all of their platforms were experts 428 00:25:37.519 --> 00:25:41.440 get annoyed. I don't want to do it. You're really favoring the experts 429 00:25:41.519 --> 00:25:44.839 here to give them that that control back which is missing on all the all 430 00:25:44.880 --> 00:25:48.720 these other platforms. Yeah, man, this is cool. I mean I 431 00:25:48.799 --> 00:25:52.359 think you guys have actually done some updates since I was really heavy into here. 432 00:25:52.720 --> 00:25:55.079 So man, this looks great. You know, I love how it 433 00:25:55.160 --> 00:25:57.519 works and I love too, that I can actually see your bio so I 434 00:25:57.640 --> 00:26:02.559 know who I'm talking to. It's not just as the as by seeker, 435 00:26:02.720 --> 00:26:04.599 but it's also as the expert. I can go okay, who is this 436 00:26:04.680 --> 00:26:08.319 guy? What does he do? And I can actually probably get, you 437 00:26:08.400 --> 00:26:12.759 know, a lot of contexts just from yeah, your your bio. So 438 00:26:12.880 --> 00:26:18.079 what's this showing? This is my screen. So I have a different screen. 439 00:26:18.119 --> 00:26:19.799 It shows it shows I knew how I was calling, so I don't 440 00:26:19.839 --> 00:26:25.720 need your bio. Right, Oh yeah, and and in general I'm able 441 00:26:25.720 --> 00:26:29.519 to add more time on a spot. Right. So the beauty is your 442 00:26:29.559 --> 00:26:33.119 screen shows who I am because I called you at random. But my screen 443 00:26:33.240 --> 00:26:37.799 is really paying attention to spending more time with you know, spend more time 444 00:26:37.839 --> 00:26:40.799 with billy and spending more money on billy. So the expert knows that they're 445 00:26:40.839 --> 00:26:44.000 their focus is not on you know, it gives zillion different things. It's 446 00:26:44.000 --> 00:26:48.839 focused purely on calling you know that expert, and and not on other platforms. 447 00:26:48.880 --> 00:26:51.720 So we wanted to keep it very simple, because the more things you 448 00:26:51.799 --> 00:26:55.319 put in front of people, the more confused they they start start getting if 449 00:26:55.319 --> 00:26:59.160 they're surfing your instagram account or Linkedin Acount, whatever it might be. So 450 00:26:59.359 --> 00:27:02.279 and you even have hobbies and interest there. So that way, in the 451 00:27:02.319 --> 00:27:04.400 event we're talking, you literally can say, Oh my God, you like 452 00:27:04.519 --> 00:27:10.000 voting, I like voting, right, and it just helps the conversation when 453 00:27:10.039 --> 00:27:14.000 you're giving advice, knowing some of their hobbies and how maybe you know when 454 00:27:14.000 --> 00:27:17.519 you're giving podcastic advice in your situation, like hey, why don't you create 455 00:27:17.559 --> 00:27:19.880 a podcasts you know, but extension on the boating side, because you know 456 00:27:19.960 --> 00:27:23.720 you love doing that and it will play well into you know, storting your 457 00:27:23.759 --> 00:27:27.279 show, whatever might be, where people didn't think about that aspect, you 458 00:27:27.359 --> 00:27:30.359 know, when it comes to podcasting. Let's say, all right. So, 459 00:27:30.519 --> 00:27:33.359 yeah, so this is the expertize. So I'm going in this call. 460 00:27:33.519 --> 00:27:40.000 So, so we're done and I'm saying yes, okay, cool. 461 00:27:40.039 --> 00:27:44.920 Now now I can review you correct as a call or so overall experience, 462 00:27:47.319 --> 00:27:52.440 Jason, was great. There we go. Yep, this iself creative. 463 00:27:52.480 --> 00:27:55.599 I get on the fly. All Right, go, Oh, and then 464 00:27:55.640 --> 00:27:57.799 I get to set my availability once more. Is that what it's going to 465 00:27:57.880 --> 00:28:00.720 yeah, because it expired. What you said up for five minutes. Yeah, 466 00:28:00.799 --> 00:28:03.720 so we have an automated time. Or say hey, by the way, 467 00:28:03.759 --> 00:28:06.519 Bill, you're not live anymore because you're five minutes, you know, 468 00:28:06.839 --> 00:28:10.039 ended while we were on a call. So the beauty of the reminder is 469 00:28:10.119 --> 00:28:12.400 now you're like, oh, should I go back available and set it again, 470 00:28:12.599 --> 00:28:15.480 and you always get a reminder when five minutes is left as well. 471 00:28:15.839 --> 00:28:19.599 So our at works where you're not in the APP very important. It works 472 00:28:19.720 --> 00:28:23.400 in the capacity that you could go live and put your phone next to your 473 00:28:23.400 --> 00:28:29.599 computer on silent mode and we send a notification that range. So when their 474 00:28:29.640 --> 00:28:32.960 phone rings you could pick it up and you don't have to send an owl 475 00:28:32.960 --> 00:28:37.920 all day right. That's the really nice benefit of our platform. Now you 476 00:28:37.000 --> 00:28:41.720 do have to configure settings properly to allow notifications, because if you don't allow 477 00:28:41.799 --> 00:28:45.079 notifications you're not going to get the ringer unless you're in the APP. So 478 00:28:45.279 --> 00:28:49.799 you have to allow notifications and you also have to put your ringer on when 479 00:28:51.000 --> 00:28:53.240 you go live on owl to make sure your phone it gets the ring tones. 480 00:28:53.279 --> 00:28:56.759 You don't miss it if it's a silent vibration. A lot of people 481 00:28:56.799 --> 00:28:59.720 at the ringers off, depending on their phone settings, will just do a 482 00:28:59.799 --> 00:29:03.000 soft vibration and they miss it by accident. So definitely, if you're getting 483 00:29:03.000 --> 00:29:04.359 pay for your time, you don't want to miss calls and I'm going to 484 00:29:04.440 --> 00:29:08.880 show you one other screen. I'm going to gonna write a review for you, 485 00:29:11.079 --> 00:29:15.480 because the difference is your review is a lot larger. Right, you 486 00:29:15.720 --> 00:29:19.720 gave me advice. You're reviewing me as the advice seeker, just to make 487 00:29:19.759 --> 00:29:26.240 sure I was professional. I'm reviewing you for the actual advice being provided. 488 00:29:26.920 --> 00:29:30.440 So likely you're always going to leave a five star for me write. The 489 00:29:30.480 --> 00:29:33.200 more people you get. You don't. You're not going to, you know, 490 00:29:33.720 --> 00:29:37.160 give a customer negative review unless they did something completely unappropriate. Right. 491 00:29:37.279 --> 00:29:41.920 But vice versa. Experts should not always be getting five star reviews. I 492 00:29:41.000 --> 00:29:44.720 could say, you know, billy, you know, didn't really provide the 493 00:29:44.720 --> 00:29:47.359 answer to my questions. He said he was an expert, you know, 494 00:29:47.559 --> 00:29:51.440 in surfing, but he really only start four or five times. Non Expert 495 00:29:51.559 --> 00:29:53.480 Surfing, right, so that kind of didn't make sense. Why he listed 496 00:29:53.599 --> 00:29:57.799 that? Right, he really is an expert podcasting and and he really was 497 00:29:57.839 --> 00:30:00.680 just talking about how he serves in and podcast while he's hers. I don't 498 00:30:00.680 --> 00:30:06.799 know. So the point is that there reviews really hold everyone accountable on the 499 00:30:06.839 --> 00:30:11.000 platform and, most portantly, the vice seeker. So if the vice seeker 500 00:30:11.519 --> 00:30:15.440 you know, I'll use a simple example. You know, sees a female 501 00:30:15.640 --> 00:30:18.519 on the platform and says who I'm going to call this female. You know, 502 00:30:18.640 --> 00:30:22.039 they live in my local town and really try to get you know, 503 00:30:22.359 --> 00:30:25.720 try to you know, ask her out on a date right when they're that 504 00:30:25.839 --> 00:30:30.160 person's not there for that reason and that would make that person uncomfortable. Well, 505 00:30:30.279 --> 00:30:34.359 now she could dig the advice seeker saying person called me right and was 506 00:30:34.400 --> 00:30:38.599 saying inappropriate things during the conversation. And this happens more with females and the 507 00:30:38.680 --> 00:30:41.640 men, you know, on the on these type of platforms like Linkedin and 508 00:30:41.759 --> 00:30:45.319 club house, especially in messaging services, you know behind the scenes that no 509 00:30:45.400 --> 00:30:51.359 one is seeing. So our platform will hold those people accountable on both ends. 510 00:30:51.880 --> 00:30:55.799 So, and I think that's what people are really enjoying, because all 511 00:30:55.839 --> 00:30:59.480 these other platforms exist that are amazing, right, group settings, group forums, 512 00:31:00.319 --> 00:31:03.440 but you know, when you're one on one, you know it's it's 513 00:31:03.480 --> 00:31:06.000 a different type of setting. It's like it's like when you go to a 514 00:31:06.240 --> 00:31:08.839 a big event in Las Vegas, right, the big conventions, and we 515 00:31:08.920 --> 00:31:12.039 all love it. There's awesome speakers, then you have a small breakout rooms, 516 00:31:12.519 --> 00:31:17.400 but then you're always outside of those, talking one on one with with 517 00:31:17.559 --> 00:31:19.240 people, and whenever you look at these big events, you always hear from 518 00:31:19.279 --> 00:31:22.839 everyone. You know, the event was awesome, but you know what? 519 00:31:22.920 --> 00:31:26.079 I loved when I was speaking one on one with that person, you know, 520 00:31:26.400 --> 00:31:27.440 you know, when they were not on the microphone in front of everyone, 521 00:31:27.480 --> 00:31:30.160 when it was just one on one and no one's listening, and I 522 00:31:30.279 --> 00:31:33.680 got so much value from that person. So that's what our ploplems doing. 523 00:31:33.920 --> 00:31:37.839 CLUBHOUSE is amazing, linkedin audios coming out, it will probably amazing. Twitter 524 00:31:37.920 --> 00:31:42.319 space is amazing, but but this all can can compliment it. You know 525 00:31:42.480 --> 00:31:45.839 very well where one I wants to not exist right now on these platforms, 526 00:31:47.000 --> 00:31:49.200 or if they do, they're not held accountable for the one ones exactly there 527 00:31:49.279 --> 00:31:52.799 there's no accountability and there's no modestization opportunity. You know, for somebody like 528 00:31:52.960 --> 00:31:56.480 me WHO's like I want to get paid, to be a content creator, 529 00:31:56.599 --> 00:32:00.440 to be a consultant, you know, I can get on clubhouse and spend 530 00:32:00.440 --> 00:32:04.599 all day given away grade advice, free advice, but it doesn't benefit me 531 00:32:04.680 --> 00:32:07.240 in the long run at all. So I think from a business standpoint and 532 00:32:07.359 --> 00:32:10.559 men I love the built in all the accountability from the caller, you know, 533 00:32:10.640 --> 00:32:15.599 from the advice seeker to the advice giver. It's like this whole community 534 00:32:15.759 --> 00:32:17.880 is built to say, Hey, we're going to keep this thing way above 535 00:32:19.039 --> 00:32:22.039 quality, and I think that's you're a hundred percent right man. Like clubhouse 536 00:32:22.160 --> 00:32:25.839 and you know twitter spaces and maybe you know I mean from what I know 537 00:32:25.880 --> 00:32:28.960 about linkedin audio. I've been on there a few times. It's more of 538 00:32:29.000 --> 00:32:31.960 a social you know, applications. It's not a professional application. So this 539 00:32:32.200 --> 00:32:37.559 is this is no top level, next, next level. So how do 540 00:32:37.680 --> 00:32:40.559 people? Can anyone join as an expert right now? Can anyone join as 541 00:32:40.640 --> 00:32:45.079 an advice seeker? Yeah, so everyone has referral coach in the men used 542 00:32:45.079 --> 00:32:50.519 to go ahead and go click the menu that you were just showing and pretty 543 00:32:50.640 --> 00:32:54.160 much when they use your referral code they get ten dollar sign on bonus and 544 00:32:54.279 --> 00:32:58.440 then you get a ten dollar sign on Botus. We're running up promotion nice 545 00:32:58.680 --> 00:33:04.440 because we're new, we're new platform and we want to get and and make 546 00:33:04.519 --> 00:33:07.119 a caller to to other experts for one dollar. So they start learning the 547 00:33:07.200 --> 00:33:12.160 platform, because every platform doesn't matter how much friction you try to remove. 548 00:33:12.720 --> 00:33:15.880 Right it's new, it's they don't know where the buttons are. We all 549 00:33:15.920 --> 00:33:17.519 went into club ass of by what's going on. You Butt in this button. 550 00:33:17.559 --> 00:33:20.720 How do you go on stage? Right? And then one day we're 551 00:33:20.720 --> 00:33:23.559 like this easies platform ever, right, but it takes time to adjust those 552 00:33:23.680 --> 00:33:28.640 early days, and that's what we have built a very simple platform. There 553 00:33:28.759 --> 00:33:30.960 is some friction to apply to become an expert. That's on purpose. Yeah, 554 00:33:31.079 --> 00:33:34.319 right, because we want people to want to become an xt we don't 555 00:33:34.319 --> 00:33:37.160 want you just jump on there and then all sudden, like, spend ten 556 00:33:37.240 --> 00:33:40.039 seconds and you're an expert. So those frictions are actually by design. We 557 00:33:40.160 --> 00:33:45.240 want people to have to out their profile, have to toggle over to apply 558 00:33:45.359 --> 00:33:47.839 to become an expert, because they we want them to want to be an 559 00:33:47.880 --> 00:33:52.240 expert. Of course, on the platform. And then with the beauty is 560 00:33:52.319 --> 00:33:54.359 is. It's in the APP store. It's also available for android in the 561 00:33:54.359 --> 00:33:58.920 Google play store. So a lot of android users always get kind of left 562 00:33:59.000 --> 00:34:02.880 out with these a launches and we built it on both platforms from day one. 563 00:34:02.960 --> 00:34:07.920 It is available in the United States and Canada only, a lot of 564 00:34:07.000 --> 00:34:12.000 reasons for the financials. Right. We have a digital wallet built in and 565 00:34:12.119 --> 00:34:15.599 we partner with stripe. So deposits and with drawls, we part with one 566 00:34:15.639 --> 00:34:19.480 of the best stripe and give are earning money. So when you are in 567 00:34:19.480 --> 00:34:22.800 a thousand dollars a month and you which right, right, there's real taxes 568 00:34:22.880 --> 00:34:24.880 that that are going to have to be paid to the government. So Stripe 569 00:34:24.960 --> 00:34:28.679 is going to, you know, collect information on your behalf, which makes 570 00:34:28.719 --> 00:34:31.519 the platform even more professional. How often does clubhouse, you know, take 571 00:34:31.559 --> 00:34:36.559 someone social security number, you know, or Linkedin? Right? Never, 572 00:34:36.840 --> 00:34:38.679 never, right. But on ours you have to, because if you want 573 00:34:38.719 --> 00:34:42.880 to take your money off the platform, which is the whole point of you 574 00:34:43.360 --> 00:34:46.039 providing advice, well, you're going to have to go through that, that 575 00:34:46.280 --> 00:34:51.320 stripe portal, and we built an API to connect to stripe and they're going 576 00:34:51.360 --> 00:34:54.199 to verify, you know, your information. So that will make it even 577 00:34:54.280 --> 00:34:58.599 more professional at the end of the day, but it also could bring in 578 00:34:58.639 --> 00:35:00.320 a lot of scammers, a lot of freudsterters who are just trying to figure 579 00:35:00.320 --> 00:35:02.880 out how to make money off of the platform. To get it out. 580 00:35:04.199 --> 00:35:08.159 So we did build a robust proprietary systems with call refunds. How that is 581 00:35:08.159 --> 00:35:12.280 we're going. That's releasing this month very somewhere. How ebay protects themselves with 582 00:35:12.360 --> 00:35:15.480 paypal. Okay, kids, you know, doesn't arrive, you can't just 583 00:35:15.559 --> 00:35:17.599 get paid as you know a seller, which used to happen in the S, 584 00:35:17.880 --> 00:35:22.159 and then they crack the code to realize wait until the item gets there. 585 00:35:22.320 --> 00:35:24.039 Then hold the money for seven days, right, because the purse is 586 00:35:24.079 --> 00:35:28.519 going to complain if their item has a problem. So before we just jump 587 00:35:28.559 --> 00:35:30.800 the gun and give the person the money, let's hold in freeze it. 588 00:35:30.880 --> 00:35:34.800 So we are we built something's very similar to that, because we know the 589 00:35:34.880 --> 00:35:37.679 odds that. You know, if something didn't go right, you wouldn't leave 590 00:35:37.679 --> 00:35:39.920 a positor review. So the reviews come back into play with that mechanism, 591 00:35:40.400 --> 00:35:45.280 or no review kind of signals the call probably dropped. So in general, 592 00:35:45.559 --> 00:35:49.039 it's really exciting as we launched these features in the next twenty days and allow 593 00:35:49.079 --> 00:35:52.119 people to start changing their price and and start telling their audience to come find 594 00:35:52.159 --> 00:35:55.840 them on owl. And additionally, the search feature, you could search for 595 00:35:55.840 --> 00:36:00.199 all different types of experts. Right now we only have about fifteen to twenty 596 00:36:00.199 --> 00:36:01.960 experts live at any given time and about a hundred go live per day. 597 00:36:02.199 --> 00:36:06.519 Okay, but in the future, imagine a thousand experts live at one time 598 00:36:07.119 --> 00:36:10.000 and you have a question on your mind out of the blue, and you're 599 00:36:10.039 --> 00:36:13.639 like, I could just go to owl and outlet, where you could search 600 00:36:13.760 --> 00:36:16.199 for a grant expert. You know, you're trying to get a grant for 601 00:36:16.239 --> 00:36:20.840 your business. Search grants. Boom, expert that does grant writing services. 602 00:36:21.199 --> 00:36:23.440 You want to podcast expert, boom, right there, and there it is, 603 00:36:23.519 --> 00:36:27.039 and that's right here, right, so I can I can just jump 604 00:36:27.119 --> 00:36:31.119 in here and say choose expertise and okay, it's kind it's text time. 605 00:36:31.360 --> 00:36:36.039 It's tax. We will do that in hot okay, so I can even 606 00:36:36.079 --> 00:36:38.679 know this down by hoppies. This is cool. Oh Yeah, all right. 607 00:36:39.360 --> 00:36:42.800 You want to talk about golf or boating? Why not? Right, 608 00:36:42.840 --> 00:36:45.159 because there's a lot of people that are going to use this up because they 609 00:36:45.199 --> 00:36:49.199 just want to have conversations about about something that both parties are interested in. 610 00:36:49.639 --> 00:36:52.840 All right, so it's pretty cool. And then you could follow them. 611 00:36:52.000 --> 00:36:54.400 So those are the people that come up live with a green that come up 612 00:36:54.440 --> 00:36:58.039 first when you search an expertise. So you call him right away. Well, 613 00:36:58.119 --> 00:37:00.679 let's say nobody was live. You could follow them, and that's why 614 00:37:00.800 --> 00:37:07.079 yours are grow gray versus gold. Then when you follow someone like Adam Posner's 615 00:37:07.199 --> 00:37:09.360 right, he's a big he's a big podcast expert. Right himself, he's 616 00:37:09.400 --> 00:37:13.519 on hundreds of shows. And how cool is this one? Adam goes live. 617 00:37:14.039 --> 00:37:15.920 You're going to get a notification for the amount of time he's live for. 618 00:37:16.320 --> 00:37:19.920 So let's say you're out the lunch and then you get back to your 619 00:37:19.960 --> 00:37:22.480 desk. Adam was live twenty minutes ago, but he said for the next 620 00:37:22.599 --> 00:37:23.960 hour. You're like, I'm going to call Adam. You know I love 621 00:37:24.039 --> 00:37:28.920 podcasting and you might want them just on your show. Hey, Adam, 622 00:37:29.119 --> 00:37:30.920 this is actually not a out of vice giving. I just love your show. 623 00:37:31.239 --> 00:37:34.960 I've listened to it. You know I love to see if you could 624 00:37:35.000 --> 00:37:37.760 join me on my show one day. So it's great for podcasters that you 625 00:37:37.840 --> 00:37:42.119 want to nowrow down specific experts and invite them. And and what podcast experts 626 00:37:42.119 --> 00:37:45.039 is not going to collect your money for a call in them for a fifty 627 00:37:45.079 --> 00:37:46.440 bucks or ten minutes. Billy, I'm sure you baby fifty bucks, but 628 00:37:46.559 --> 00:37:50.639 it but it's worth it. No more emailing, no where toacking forth. 629 00:37:50.679 --> 00:37:53.280 I would take that all day long if I could get specific experts I wanted 630 00:37:53.320 --> 00:37:58.719 for a price. Instantly through an audio call. So this is great, 631 00:37:59.079 --> 00:38:00.880 this is great. Yeah, Oh, I see a couple of people I 632 00:38:01.000 --> 00:38:05.320 know. Here we go. Yeah, we have a lot of podcasters that 633 00:38:05.400 --> 00:38:08.760 like it. So and then you can remove people. Okay, aren'thncing the 634 00:38:08.840 --> 00:38:14.360 notifications, because lots of times you'll have a conversation with somebody and you want 635 00:38:14.360 --> 00:38:16.559 to stay following them and we're used to following everyone, but our systems work 636 00:38:16.559 --> 00:38:20.079 different. If you follow them, you're going to get notification when they go 637 00:38:20.159 --> 00:38:22.400 lie. But sometimes you had a call but then you don't want more notifications. 638 00:38:22.480 --> 00:38:27.679 You already got your information. So we're building next month is a bucket 639 00:38:27.679 --> 00:38:29.800 where when you follow them, they stay so in the future, if you 640 00:38:29.840 --> 00:38:31.559 want to call them again, you just click their name and say, you 641 00:38:31.639 --> 00:38:35.519 know, Ping me when they do go available. So so it's a double, 642 00:38:35.840 --> 00:38:37.920 you know, Standard, I guess you could call it, where you're 643 00:38:37.920 --> 00:38:40.440 following them but then follow to actually get a call, you know, a 644 00:38:40.559 --> 00:38:44.800 notification to call them, because we want you to be able to save your 645 00:38:44.880 --> 00:38:49.079 contact under that Tab, my owls at the top left corner. Okay, 646 00:38:49.239 --> 00:38:52.360 yeah, this is cool. All right, awesome, man. Well, 647 00:38:52.840 --> 00:38:57.440 is there anything else you want to show in the APP the video screen. 648 00:38:57.519 --> 00:39:00.599 Just hit the video button real quick, I and we created cool tick tock 649 00:39:00.719 --> 00:39:05.639 videos. So we'll be the first platform where are all the room works, 650 00:39:05.679 --> 00:39:08.519 where the people that are lie their video shop first. So how cool is 651 00:39:08.639 --> 00:39:10.840 is? Haven't you been on Tick Tock? Yeah, and you're like, 652 00:39:12.360 --> 00:39:15.559 you're like, imagine you had the abiliate call soone after watching something educational. 653 00:39:16.159 --> 00:39:22.159 Right, imagine Jordan Peterson was live and let's say Jordan Peterson thousand dollars for 654 00:39:22.280 --> 00:39:24.559 ten minutes. That's likely what his fate would be. But you know something, 655 00:39:25.039 --> 00:39:29.039 if I want to call it Jordan Peterson after watching one of his amazing 656 00:39:29.119 --> 00:39:32.559 tick Tocks, I could hit call and get connected directly to him. Well, 657 00:39:32.599 --> 00:39:37.280 we built that, right. We build the ability to learn from an 658 00:39:37.320 --> 00:39:40.679 expert on a up to sixty second videos, full vertical screen, and then 659 00:39:40.760 --> 00:39:44.440 get to call them. So you could call Mary right there, right now. 660 00:39:44.519 --> 00:39:46.079 She's a green dot. And what's cool as you could scroll so and 661 00:39:46.119 --> 00:39:51.559 scroll up and up, and then you can see some other people. Yeah, 662 00:39:51.679 --> 00:39:54.000 and you could keep scrolling and one day will enhance this with views, 663 00:39:54.280 --> 00:39:58.400 for example, maybe, and throw the like button, you know, in 664 00:39:58.480 --> 00:40:01.000 there. When, in general the benefit is there's no area out there that 665 00:40:01.039 --> 00:40:07.000 has full vertical videos that are more educational focus. Right now, Linkedin has 666 00:40:07.440 --> 00:40:10.079 a lot, a lot of text going on. INSTAGRAM is not focused around 667 00:40:10.159 --> 00:40:15.000 that, nor is ticktock. So in this case you're able to go there 668 00:40:15.039 --> 00:40:16.840 and like, there's a dog trainer, he has three hundredzero followers. Right. 669 00:40:17.559 --> 00:40:20.199 You know how many people be like, Oh my God, I could 670 00:40:20.199 --> 00:40:22.039 talk to this dog trainer, he's lie right now, or follow them because 671 00:40:22.079 --> 00:40:25.239 you like, you like what he was talking about. So it will build 672 00:40:25.280 --> 00:40:29.880 a lot of trust and credibility and and go ahead, hit his hit his 673 00:40:30.000 --> 00:40:31.960 instagram, for example. Let's see, he let me. I don't know 674 00:40:32.000 --> 00:40:36.360 where you went. Let me go find him. Yeah, here we go. 675 00:40:36.880 --> 00:40:39.400 Well, where do you go, sir? Oh yeah, fortunately, 676 00:40:39.639 --> 00:40:43.679 I'll just click here. I'll click here and go to this person's instagram. 677 00:40:44.559 --> 00:40:47.440 Oh yeah, there you go. Go so Sebastiano. All right, yeah, 678 00:40:47.639 --> 00:40:51.880 so there's an example, and that's the beauty. Is You not to 679 00:40:51.920 --> 00:40:54.320 recreate yourself on our platform. This is in a race to followers. This 680 00:40:54.400 --> 00:41:00.840 is designed for people who already have a business operating and they have to speak 681 00:41:00.880 --> 00:41:04.239 with people, right, and this is going to help them eliminate friction so 682 00:41:04.320 --> 00:41:07.400 we're not trying to recreate the wheel where you have to rush to get followers, 683 00:41:07.880 --> 00:41:12.079 where you already have followers. They're just coming in here and then they 684 00:41:12.119 --> 00:41:15.800 want to speak with you and if they don't know you, at least they 685 00:41:15.840 --> 00:41:20.159 could filter through your solcials when they search for that expert and do get some 686 00:41:20.320 --> 00:41:22.639 random calls, because that doesn't happen that often on Linkedin, because they do 687 00:41:22.719 --> 00:41:24.840 find yelling game, but they're like, oh, it's person never going to 688 00:41:24.880 --> 00:41:28.880 respond, I'm not connected with them. In ours it's like follow them, 689 00:41:28.960 --> 00:41:31.360 he goes live. Connect with them if it's in your budget. Right. 690 00:41:31.400 --> 00:41:35.559 There's not. There's someone for everyone in your budget. Could be a podcast 691 00:41:35.639 --> 00:41:39.199 expert charging five dollars for ten minutes, when charging twozero or ten minutes, 692 00:41:39.480 --> 00:41:43.039 because at the end of the know there's someone out there that values two thousand 693 00:41:43.360 --> 00:41:45.639 or ten minutes, and that's absolutely fine. If I wanted to call, 694 00:41:46.639 --> 00:41:50.880 you know, Gary Vendor Chuck on this appen, he was Fivezero, ten 695 00:41:50.920 --> 00:41:52.760 minutes. I found value for that ten in a call. You know, 696 00:41:53.039 --> 00:41:58.480 then that's okay. Right. Yeah, maybe maybe a millionaires are like, 697 00:41:58.599 --> 00:42:00.159 well, who cares if he's lie, and I get asked everywhere. Other 698 00:42:00.199 --> 00:42:05.000 way up to beat down twelve assistant to get through to that person, even 699 00:42:05.039 --> 00:42:07.679 though they are multibillionaire. Right. It's very hard to get through to people 700 00:42:07.719 --> 00:42:13.480 today. So this will be a nice platform because everyone could sneak in an 701 00:42:13.519 --> 00:42:15.440 hour or two go and live as an expert when Peoples Oh, I don't 702 00:42:15.440 --> 00:42:19.760 have time. Is Eliminating that issue. Yeah Right. You're driving to work, 703 00:42:19.880 --> 00:42:22.280 go live, you're listen to music, you're at your flight gets canceled. 704 00:42:22.559 --> 00:42:25.920 Go live, make the best out of it. Your doctor, your 705 00:42:27.000 --> 00:42:30.559 appointment canceled because they called up last minute because they have covid. Go Live 706 00:42:30.599 --> 00:42:32.800 for that thirty minutes while you're in your doctor's office. You know, your 707 00:42:32.880 --> 00:42:37.199 therapist, your chiropractor, whatever it is. Everyone has cancelations. So the 708 00:42:37.280 --> 00:42:40.559 benefit of this platform is like you could go live instantly and then share on 709 00:42:40.639 --> 00:42:45.159 your other social platforms. Hey, I'm live on Ala and wants call me 710 00:42:45.280 --> 00:42:47.159 where? You have a big following on Instagram, you know, hundred thousand 711 00:42:47.159 --> 00:42:50.920 plus. How hard is it? Share in your story? I'm live, 712 00:42:51.119 --> 00:42:53.079 people view it, they go over call you on owl. Yeah, not 713 00:42:53.239 --> 00:42:55.760 easy. That's cool, man, and knows there when I do. That 714 00:42:55.920 --> 00:43:00.159 is their direct profile links. To where I'll just come right to my profile 715 00:43:00.320 --> 00:43:04.519 on now. We are building that. Okay, cool, yes, coming 716 00:43:04.760 --> 00:43:07.760 thirty day. You know, Sprint we call them. Yeah, so the 717 00:43:07.800 --> 00:43:10.119 next thirty days. Our hope is to release that the end of a where 718 00:43:10.159 --> 00:43:13.840 you could just share your direct profile, because that's the big one. Everyone 719 00:43:13.880 --> 00:43:16.880 wants that feature. So we can link on instagram or Linkedin is go rite 720 00:43:16.880 --> 00:43:21.280 your Proo, versus going into the up you know, and doing the old 721 00:43:21.320 --> 00:43:23.280 school type in your name right and then fine and finding you. So it's 722 00:43:23.360 --> 00:43:28.840 very easy. But look, we've all got accustomed to less friction where you 723 00:43:28.960 --> 00:43:31.920 just go in and you're ready on their profile from from another post that that 724 00:43:32.039 --> 00:43:35.480 person's done. So, yeah, it's coming. Well, Jason, man, 725 00:43:35.599 --> 00:43:37.360 this has been an awesome conversation. I'm glad we, you know, 726 00:43:37.480 --> 00:43:40.280 got the phone hooked up and walked through it. I think that's a huge 727 00:43:40.400 --> 00:43:45.039 visual you know component to it. So if anybody's listening and you're curious, 728 00:43:45.119 --> 00:43:47.079 you want to see it in action, well, one just go download the 729 00:43:47.159 --> 00:43:50.840 APP and just get on the get on the APP, but if you want 730 00:43:50.880 --> 00:43:52.159 to check it out, make sure you go watch the video on Youtube. 731 00:43:52.639 --> 00:43:55.519 In Jason, I really appreciate you man really appreciate what we do in the 732 00:43:55.679 --> 00:44:00.719 Creator community. I know your creators first and you're always trying to help people 733 00:44:00.880 --> 00:44:04.559 and in your longtime podcast or live streamer, which I could be a whole 734 00:44:04.599 --> 00:44:07.400 another episode that we could do, but wanted to highlight the APP in this 735 00:44:07.559 --> 00:44:10.519 episode. So, min is there anything that I didn't didn't set you up 736 00:44:10.559 --> 00:44:15.360 to say or to that you wanted to share it all? I guess a 737 00:44:15.400 --> 00:44:19.599 couple things. We're going live on clubhouse. I just started working with two 738 00:44:19.639 --> 00:44:22.440 of the largest clubs and Club House on Monday nights a PM Eastern Center time, 739 00:44:22.480 --> 00:44:27.079 and Wednesday's a PM Eastern Center time. So if anybody wants to meet 740 00:44:27.159 --> 00:44:30.360 myself asking questions about owl, I will be in there. Billy will be 741 00:44:30.440 --> 00:44:32.679 in there, I'm assuming, multiple weeks as well. We're going to feature 742 00:44:32.679 --> 00:44:38.039 awesome OWL experts in both of those rooms. One is designed to help people 743 00:44:38.360 --> 00:44:44.519 monetize their expertise on Monday's and then Wednesday's more design from the other side, 744 00:44:44.719 --> 00:44:46.639 you know, seeking advice, if you are a advice seeker, asking a 745 00:44:46.679 --> 00:44:52.199 panel of experts. So it's really cool to kind of start showing the clubhouse 746 00:44:52.280 --> 00:44:55.679 world about owl and and really you know, cater to a market that has 747 00:44:55.719 --> 00:44:59.280 been waiting for this. You know how many people have literally said, Jason, 748 00:45:00.000 --> 00:45:02.119 you know all this other stuff, like I wanted this for so long, 749 00:45:02.480 --> 00:45:06.480 I want to build it, I want to create my own website doing 750 00:45:06.519 --> 00:45:09.679 something similar. I've gotten that show many times and now they're just like Hey, 751 00:45:10.159 --> 00:45:14.159 for twenty percent platform fee, I'm done. It's all in one section. 752 00:45:14.239 --> 00:45:16.239 I'm good, let's run. I love this. All my calls are 753 00:45:16.239 --> 00:45:20.880 going to go through there because it just holds everybody accountable. They can look 754 00:45:20.920 --> 00:45:22.920 back at all their testimonials. You know, year from now it's all there 755 00:45:23.079 --> 00:45:27.840 like a crm. Right, there's a call log. They get bonuses, 756 00:45:27.880 --> 00:45:30.920 so then they could use the bonus money to call others. So it's really 757 00:45:31.280 --> 00:45:37.840 an exciting time and I recommend everyone just head over to billy's feed and see 758 00:45:37.920 --> 00:45:42.360 his code. You'll get ten dollars for using billy's code. It definitely want 759 00:45:42.360 --> 00:45:45.360 to use that when entering. It's right on the sign up process. And 760 00:45:45.440 --> 00:45:50.599 I was Owwllel, so that was our little spinoff the owl, you know 761 00:45:50.679 --> 00:45:54.119 animal, which of course that your else taken owl. So actually, W 762 00:45:54.280 --> 00:45:57.719 and, actually, I looks pretty cool. Yeah, yeah, that's everything. 763 00:45:58.079 --> 00:46:00.719 Yeah, thank you, Billy. I really appreciate it's been awesome going 764 00:46:00.760 --> 00:46:02.559 to know you, you know, in the last year, since since we 765 00:46:02.679 --> 00:46:07.800 jumped on clubhouse in rooms together. So I appreciate this a lot. Thank 766 00:46:07.840 --> 00:46:09.239 you, man. Yeah, man, absolutely, Jason. Well, I'll 767 00:46:09.360 --> 00:46:14.719 link all your info in the in the description of the show episode and how 768 00:46:14.800 --> 00:46:16.320 to get in touch with you and how to download the APP and all that 769 00:46:16.400 --> 00:46:19.880 so people can go check that out. But really appreciate you, man, 770 00:46:20.039 --> 00:46:22.679 and we'll catch you. Will catch you later tonight. I'll be in in 771 00:46:22.800 --> 00:46:25.280 one of the OWL events alsome, so we'll see you in like wow, 772 00:46:25.760 --> 00:46:30.239 all right, thanks for Jason Place. All right, that is it for 773 00:46:30.519 --> 00:46:37.079 today on treating daily Jason Super Awesome Creator. Man. Really appreciate him coming 774 00:46:37.199 --> 00:46:40.039 on and check it out. Tomorrow. We're going to be live tomorrow two 775 00:46:40.119 --> 00:46:44.320 PM Eastern time. I'm going to have my friend Kane Baron on the show. 776 00:46:44.360 --> 00:46:47.880 We're going to be talking about building your podcast community. As today, 777 00:46:49.039 --> 00:46:52.159 this kind of goes right into that conversation of building this community, bringing them 778 00:46:52.239 --> 00:46:57.159 over to the our LAPP and monetizing that community, and so we're going to 779 00:46:57.199 --> 00:47:01.480 be talking about those things of building this podcast community building that audience and then, 780 00:47:01.800 --> 00:47:05.360 once again, you can do other things, such as bring them over 781 00:47:05.480 --> 00:47:07.440 on our and all those kinds of things. So really appreciate everyone jumping in 782 00:47:07.760 --> 00:47:12.760 and joining. Go check it out the replay if you if you didn't get 783 00:47:12.800 --> 00:47:15.960 a chance to see the whole episode live here, go to youtube and look 784 00:47:16.039 --> 00:47:20.480 up creating daily and make sure you hit that subscribe button wherever you're listening, 785 00:47:20.480 --> 00:47:23.320 you're watching, or the follow button on podcast players now. We really appreciate 786 00:47:23.320 --> 00:47:27.239 it. That's how you can support the show and until next time, go 787 00:47:27.400 --> 00:47:30.239 create something great, go hit that record button, go live, do whatever's 788 00:47:30.320 --> 00:47:31.599 on the inside of you, because your message matters and that's why we do 789 00:47:31.719 --> 00:47:35.840 the show, is to inspire you and to equip you to do what it 790 00:47:36.000 --> 00:47:37.239 is that you want to do to change the world. All Right, we'll 791 00:47:37.239 --> 00:47:38.320 see tomorrow to PM