April 26, 2022

Social Media Engagement Strategies

Social Media Engagement Strategies

Social media is designed to be SOCIAL but sometimes we aren't sure how to create engagement with our audience. Join this conversation to learn some of the strategies we use to engage our audiences.  

Connect with Billy Thorpe 

Connect with Katie Brinkley 

Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.400 --> 00:00:05.480 Now here's something we hope you really like. You're listening to creating daily. 2 00:00:05.799 --> 00:00:09.080 There's something wrong with you. You know that because you and I are like 3 00:00:09.119 --> 00:00:12.800 a mullets. It is the is the business. So he's the front part 4 00:00:12.800 --> 00:00:15.800 of the haircut and then I'm the party in the back. I think they're 5 00:00:15.839 --> 00:00:23.679 hilarious. Speaks to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking. WHAT'S 6 00:00:23.760 --> 00:00:26.600 UP, everybody? Welcome to I'll find the mew button a minute. Welcome 7 00:00:26.640 --> 00:00:31.160 to another episode of creating daily. Today show is going to be fantastic. 8 00:00:31.160 --> 00:00:35.520 I got my friend Katie Brinkley on as my cohost for Tuesdays. We're going 9 00:00:35.560 --> 00:00:38.439 to be talking about all kinds of stuff, from Elon must buy twitter, 10 00:00:38.759 --> 00:00:42.920 how do you engage with your social media audience better, all those fun things. 11 00:00:42.920 --> 00:00:45.479 Maybe even catch up a little bit see what she's been up to. 12 00:00:45.520 --> 00:00:49.079 Haven't talked to her in a while, probably since last week, so that's 13 00:00:49.079 --> 00:00:53.000 always good. But anyway. So I'm excited for a good show, but 14 00:00:53.159 --> 00:00:56.000 want to remind you any time if you have a question, put a queue 15 00:00:56.039 --> 00:00:59.600 colon in the chat if you're listening or watching over on Youtube, and then 16 00:00:59.600 --> 00:01:02.520 if you're on bullhorn, there's a question section there, or if you just 17 00:01:02.520 --> 00:01:04.000 want to say hi, there's a chat section there as well, and be 18 00:01:04.079 --> 00:01:07.519 sure to hit that subscribe button. Where would that's at? Oh, there, 19 00:01:07.519 --> 00:01:10.959 it is not right there. You can't push right there, as always. 20 00:01:11.000 --> 00:01:11.920 I don't even know why I put on the screen, but hit that 21 00:01:11.920 --> 00:01:15.480 subscribe button next to you. WHO THAT SHARE BUTTON? Follow, if you're 22 00:01:15.519 --> 00:01:19.959 listening to the PODCAST, follow the podcast. Whatever to till you can support 23 00:01:19.120 --> 00:01:25.120 us as we're creating this daily show to help you, as content creator, 24 00:01:25.239 --> 00:01:29.200 creep better content, different tools, tips, techniques, all that kind of 25 00:01:29.200 --> 00:01:32.200 fun stuff. So got a great show lined up for you today and, 26 00:01:32.200 --> 00:01:34.400 without further doing, to bring my friend Katie Brinkley. What's going on, 27 00:01:34.560 --> 00:01:37.599 Katie? I don't have her in the screen, but what's going on, 28 00:01:37.680 --> 00:01:41.719 Katie? I can still hear you and I can fix this. Well, 29 00:01:41.760 --> 00:01:45.319 Hey, yeah, there I am. How's it going? Let's going be 30 00:01:45.480 --> 00:01:48.680 like two of me on the screen. It's extremely confusing. I need to 31 00:01:48.760 --> 00:01:52.719 change my there we go. That's funny. Yeah, always something in live 32 00:01:52.719 --> 00:01:55.400 streaming. You know. You're like, I got this, I'm ready solid, 33 00:01:55.400 --> 00:01:57.920 and then something goes wrong. Just part of it. It's part of 34 00:01:57.959 --> 00:02:00.560 the fun of going live. I mean, and I think that. Well, 35 00:02:00.599 --> 00:02:02.760 billy, this is one of the reasons why when you said you were 36 00:02:02.799 --> 00:02:06.079 doing the show and I was like, I kind of want to get in 37 00:02:06.239 --> 00:02:12.000 on this, because there's I feel less stressed about going live than I do. 38 00:02:12.639 --> 00:02:15.800 Good Lord, it took me an hour to do a fourteen second reel 39 00:02:15.120 --> 00:02:17.919 and there's not even transitions or anything in it. It's just because I was 40 00:02:17.919 --> 00:02:22.319 like I don't like the way I sound. Oh, my backgrounds weird. 41 00:02:22.319 --> 00:02:24.080 But with the new when you golive, it's it. I feel like it's 42 00:02:24.159 --> 00:02:29.000 less stress and people expect the odds, the arms and the you know, 43 00:02:29.199 --> 00:02:34.919 Awkward Double Mirroring of the screen exactly. Like I always tell people that because 44 00:02:34.919 --> 00:02:36.840 they're like, oh, man, you must see you do a daily live 45 00:02:36.840 --> 00:02:38.120 show. That must be so hard. I'm like, man, I think 46 00:02:38.120 --> 00:02:42.319 it's easier because I just have to show up, like I said I'm going 47 00:02:42.360 --> 00:02:45.599 to be here, so I just have to be here. And you know, 48 00:02:45.639 --> 00:02:46.960 if I have a podcast recording, like if I just said here, 49 00:02:47.000 --> 00:02:52.319 record a podcast with no video whatever, no live, would take me fifty 50 00:02:52.400 --> 00:02:54.520 times to record it. But yeah, my jump on here. I'm like 51 00:02:54.639 --> 00:02:58.599 all right, here we go. Be a big GOOF and Flob it all 52 00:02:58.639 --> 00:03:01.000 up. It's just what you're going to do. So, but it's good, 53 00:03:01.080 --> 00:03:05.719 good to see. It's good to have you back on exciting week. 54 00:03:05.840 --> 00:03:07.560 My wife and I we just been getting ready. We're about to move back 55 00:03:07.599 --> 00:03:12.960 to North Carolina and like a month exactly this week. So, yeah, 56 00:03:12.960 --> 00:03:15.520 we're super excited about that. We're just been cleaning up and remembering all the 57 00:03:15.520 --> 00:03:21.400 stuff we forgot of how to move to a different country or territory or wherever. 58 00:03:21.439 --> 00:03:25.000 We're doing so well. And Billy, I think that the thing that's 59 00:03:25.039 --> 00:03:31.080 so cool about social media is and I've never met in real life, but 60 00:03:31.599 --> 00:03:36.800 we see each other around the streets, or so to say, like I'll 61 00:03:37.080 --> 00:03:40.520 see a facebook post and then I'll see an instagram story or then, you 62 00:03:40.560 --> 00:03:45.719 know, there he is on on clubhouse hosting a room. But I set 63 00:03:45.800 --> 00:03:46.719 to you before we hit recorder. I'm like, man, it feels like 64 00:03:46.759 --> 00:03:51.919 it for ever since I've like seeing you inquis, because I've been getting ready 65 00:03:51.919 --> 00:03:54.080 to move. But that's the thing I love about social medias. You can 66 00:03:54.120 --> 00:04:00.240 make these amazing relationships and friendships with people that you have never really met in 67 00:04:00.280 --> 00:04:02.719 real life. Yeah, it just from being social, which is pretty cool 68 00:04:02.759 --> 00:04:05.719 and a lot of people don't know this. Raise some blue eye glasses. 69 00:04:06.719 --> 00:04:12.639 We were in the blue light classes. My wife's is ordered some. I'm 70 00:04:12.680 --> 00:04:14.960 like, wait, what did these do? Anyway, am I supposed to 71 00:04:14.960 --> 00:04:16.920 wear? You know, I look cool. First one lack of the DONNES. 72 00:04:17.480 --> 00:04:20.480 I should bring my circle light down a little close to my face look 73 00:04:20.560 --> 00:04:26.360 better. But anyway, for everyone watching us on on the Youtube, I'm 74 00:04:26.399 --> 00:04:30.439 your Hoos Art. Can you look amazing, super stre welcome. Yeah, 75 00:04:30.560 --> 00:04:33.480 Righty, are smart. Yeah, she handed me those. I'm like, 76 00:04:33.600 --> 00:04:36.240 what am I to do with I guess I'm going to wear them when I'm 77 00:04:36.240 --> 00:04:42.319 working and editing stuff, but who knows? You just say it's a game 78 00:04:42.399 --> 00:04:45.879 changer, billy. If it's, even though we're being stilly with it, 79 00:04:45.879 --> 00:04:49.040 it has helped me with my headaches, with my migraines. I do feel 80 00:04:49.079 --> 00:04:53.279 like towards the end of the day I'm looking cross side, but when I 81 00:04:53.279 --> 00:04:57.399 wear my my blue light glasses, I can just shut down and head on 82 00:04:57.480 --> 00:05:00.240 home and sleep well at night. We need a blue light glass sponsor, 83 00:05:00.360 --> 00:05:03.040 please, if you're listening to this, you know a thing about blue like 84 00:05:03.040 --> 00:05:06.199 glasses. We own a company. Send us a few pair will wear them. 85 00:05:06.240 --> 00:05:10.040 Are you sponsor by those guys? No, I wish I were. 86 00:05:10.160 --> 00:05:13.240 Heads Up, Felix Gray, I want to be sponsored. It looks gray. 87 00:05:13.319 --> 00:05:15.240 Let's go send us some glasses in some money. We don't do stuff 88 00:05:15.240 --> 00:05:20.360 for free anyway. No trade deals here because we're like Elon Musk and we 89 00:05:20.439 --> 00:05:26.240 just through cash deals only. So let's let's jump over to our little news 90 00:05:26.319 --> 00:05:30.519 segment. I can't not push this button. That's news to me. Creating 91 00:05:30.600 --> 00:05:33.480 daily all right, I won't keep this on the screen forever, but, 92 00:05:33.600 --> 00:05:39.120 Katie, this is pretty wild that Elon Musk bought twitter yesterday. Four hundred 93 00:05:39.120 --> 00:05:42.680 and forty four, forty four billion or forty five? I've seen all kind 94 00:05:42.680 --> 00:05:46.879 I'm not a newscaster, I've seen all kinds of numbers out here. Well, 95 00:05:46.879 --> 00:05:50.160 there's a bee in it and it's most double digit bees that he bought, 96 00:05:50.240 --> 00:05:56.199 that he bought twitter four, and I feel like a lot of throughout 97 00:05:56.240 --> 00:06:00.240 the industries have like why? We don't. Nobody really knows why he did 98 00:06:00.279 --> 00:06:03.079 it, other than the fact that he had the money, yeah, to 99 00:06:03.240 --> 00:06:06.399 do it just because he can. I guess I want to know, like 100 00:06:06.439 --> 00:06:10.079 it was this like hey, I'm going to go to my piggy bank or 101 00:06:10.279 --> 00:06:14.480 good the ATM and get forty four or forty forty four billion dollars? Or 102 00:06:14.639 --> 00:06:18.120 was this like I'm going to finance this, or I don't? Probably, 103 00:06:18.600 --> 00:06:23.240 I mean, the guy has so much money it you probably just took it 104 00:06:23.240 --> 00:06:27.959 out of his rocket building fund and moved it over to like, you know, 105 00:06:29.720 --> 00:06:34.000 whim on a wom investments, and this was it. I mean, 106 00:06:34.040 --> 00:06:36.600 well, so this is the thing. For those of you who have not 107 00:06:36.639 --> 00:06:42.959 been on twitter since, you know, two thousand and eight it's yeah, 108 00:06:43.040 --> 00:06:47.560 it's still around and it's it's it's different. It's a completely different type of 109 00:06:47.600 --> 00:06:54.360 platform than facebook, instagram, ticktock. And while it still is true it's 110 00:06:54.399 --> 00:06:59.560 been around a very long time, it's trailing, you know, even tick 111 00:06:59.560 --> 00:07:02.560 Tock, which is a new platform, because people are like what all you 112 00:07:02.560 --> 00:07:09.839 do is just say things. Yeah, it's definitely gotten a whole new life 113 00:07:10.079 --> 00:07:16.319 since social audio and Sence, N ft's and Bitcoin came out. That's kind 114 00:07:16.319 --> 00:07:23.040 of the new hangout for that Web three conversation. And if you remember, 115 00:07:23.040 --> 00:07:27.560 billy, about eighteen months ago, twitter did put in a by for a 116 00:07:27.600 --> 00:07:31.319 clubhouse, and I really just one or what club house and twitter would have 117 00:07:31.360 --> 00:07:34.399 been like if that would have gone through because, like you just said, 118 00:07:34.519 --> 00:07:38.959 like you haven't been on twitter. Yeah, you would have been on twitter 119 00:07:39.079 --> 00:07:43.079 because you were an active clubhouse user. Yeah, exactly. Like I have 120 00:07:43.199 --> 00:07:46.920 a twitter account. I think it's updated for the most part, and I 121 00:07:46.959 --> 00:07:49.040 was actually live streaming over there when I first started the show. I was 122 00:07:49.079 --> 00:07:51.920 live steeing a lot of places and kind of narrowed down a bull horn and 123 00:07:53.000 --> 00:07:58.399 youtube and but even now I'm like, all right, Elon Musk bought it, 124 00:07:58.480 --> 00:08:01.480 like now, I'm gonna buy it now, I'm gonna go over there 125 00:08:01.480 --> 00:08:03.480 and see, you know, maybe not in the next couple weeks, but 126 00:08:03.519 --> 00:08:07.519 in the next few months to see what kind of changes or there, because 127 00:08:07.519 --> 00:08:09.120 he's talking and I don't even know if this guy know. You know, 128 00:08:09.199 --> 00:08:13.480 I watched a lot of interviews with him because I think he's an alien from 129 00:08:13.519 --> 00:08:16.839 another planet, which makes me very curious and I'm like, Oh, okay, 130 00:08:16.839 --> 00:08:20.879 cool, this guy's interesting, does a lot of weird cool stuff, 131 00:08:20.959 --> 00:08:24.639 has a lot of theories that, you know, I just find him to 132 00:08:24.639 --> 00:08:26.959 be a very interesting person. And so, you know, looks like the 133 00:08:26.959 --> 00:08:31.720 big push here was like free speech. So it's like okay, if I 134 00:08:31.720 --> 00:08:33.440 if these platforms going to try to control people's free speech. I'm just going 135 00:08:33.480 --> 00:08:35.639 to take over the platform. And I guess he was going to do it 136 00:08:35.639 --> 00:08:39.600 anyway through like his stock investment, like he owned a pretty good portion, 137 00:08:39.639 --> 00:08:45.600 so maybe he's gonna Force his hand to buy that company anyhow. So that 138 00:08:45.639 --> 00:08:48.519 looks like something he'll do. I think there's like no ads which out. 139 00:08:48.600 --> 00:08:52.159 How you making any money if you don't have brand sponsor deals? Maybe twitter 140 00:08:52.480 --> 00:08:56.080 there's ads. Well, there's not going to be. He say he's gonna 141 00:08:56.080 --> 00:08:58.159 take it away. Yeah, well, and this is the thing. So 142 00:08:58.360 --> 00:09:03.600 right now there're twitter blue, which is a paid version of twitter. It's 143 00:09:03.639 --> 00:09:05.559 like three dollars a month. I have it because I don't want to see 144 00:09:05.600 --> 00:09:09.480 ads, and I guess it all it does. It just takes the ads 145 00:09:09.519 --> 00:09:13.039 away, it takes adds away. You get to have a few are into 146 00:09:13.159 --> 00:09:16.480 NFT's at all. You can upload your NFT and people can learn about it. 147 00:09:16.799 --> 00:09:20.960 So again, going back to this is the reason why I think it 148 00:09:22.000 --> 00:09:26.519 makes sense for Elan to buy it. It is because it's really stood out 149 00:09:26.559 --> 00:09:33.320 as that web three space and when you think of futuristic thinking, Elon Muski 150 00:09:33.480 --> 00:09:37.159 is almost always a part of the conversation and while twitter, you know, 151 00:09:37.200 --> 00:09:39.799 he says he's wants to bring back free speech and everything. I think a 152 00:09:39.840 --> 00:09:45.120 lot of the draw for him was the fact that there's such an active community 153 00:09:45.159 --> 00:09:46.600 in the web three space and so it's kind of like, okay, I 154 00:09:46.600 --> 00:09:50.080 can see what people are saying, I can be a part of it and 155 00:09:50.120 --> 00:09:54.480 I can really kind of help move the narrative into this new technology with the 156 00:09:54.480 --> 00:09:56.879 twitter base. I mean, that's yeah, I mean, no one, 157 00:09:56.919 --> 00:10:01.519 if you're asking me, that's what makes sense to me as to why this 158 00:10:01.879 --> 00:10:05.000 made sense to him. In addition to the free speech stuff, I think. 159 00:10:05.279 --> 00:10:07.639 I mean that's a pretty good you know, and I didn't even think 160 00:10:07.639 --> 00:10:11.559 about that when I was thinking about what is twitter now? What's your ride? 161 00:10:11.600 --> 00:10:15.919 It is that conversation place for NFTS and in all that kind of stuff. 162 00:10:15.960 --> 00:10:20.279 And I guess, you know the membership thing and I guess the amount 163 00:10:20.279 --> 00:10:22.799 of people on that platform and and I read an article, I can't remember 164 00:10:22.840 --> 00:10:26.399 where it was from, but they were saying, you know, if like 165 00:10:26.440 --> 00:10:30.120 half the people subscribed, which is still a lot of people, this be 166 00:10:30.279 --> 00:10:33.519 three dollars a month. Like I think it was still only bring in like 167 00:10:33.559 --> 00:10:37.000 three or four billion a year and it probably needs like five to seven billion 168 00:10:37.080 --> 00:10:39.720 to operate something like this. Guy Literally just went and made an investment in 169 00:10:39.799 --> 00:10:45.000 company. It's already losing money and need but he's smart. He's smart. 170 00:10:45.039 --> 00:10:48.039 So it's really interesting to see what you'll do. I'll be very curious to 171 00:10:48.039 --> 00:10:52.519 see if there's like an nft market place that that opens up on twitter. 172 00:10:52.600 --> 00:10:56.320 Can like open sea or maybe buys open see or you know, or something 173 00:10:56.360 --> 00:10:58.120 like that. I'm just saying open sea is an example. So yeah, 174 00:10:58.159 --> 00:11:03.919 that would be a very interesting acquisition that he just made, which everyone's talking 175 00:11:03.919 --> 00:11:05.559 about it. I haven't been in the clubhouse rooms, but there's like five 176 00:11:05.639 --> 00:11:09.960 hundred people in every Elon must bought twitter room. So yeah, really been 177 00:11:11.000 --> 00:11:16.039 in there to hear what the average person saying. It's it's a big deal 178 00:11:18.000 --> 00:11:24.200 because he's he has a lot of money and just bought a social media network. 179 00:11:24.200 --> 00:11:28.600 And now it seems like three of the richest men in America own all 180 00:11:28.639 --> 00:11:31.559 the social media channels, but the exception of Tick Tock. So I mean 181 00:11:31.559 --> 00:11:35.480 Bill Gates has linkedin, Mark Zuckerberg has facebook and instagram and now Elon Musk 182 00:11:35.519 --> 00:11:39.200 has twitter. I mean it kind of stinks that another rich white guy, 183 00:11:39.440 --> 00:11:41.879 you know, is controlling how we all communicate with each other. True, 184 00:11:41.960 --> 00:11:46.720 but yeah, you know, I think out of anyone to just come in 185 00:11:46.759 --> 00:11:52.600 and change the landscape of twitter and say I'm just going to buy it, 186 00:11:52.799 --> 00:11:58.039 Elon musk buying twitter makes a lot of sense to me, just with the 187 00:11:58.080 --> 00:12:01.399 way that twitter has evolved over the ask six months. Gotcha. All right, 188 00:12:01.399 --> 00:12:05.279 well, let makes sense. So we'll see what happens. I'm wonderful, 189 00:12:05.799 --> 00:12:11.039 ownerful see Donald Trump peck on there. Yeah, oh, that's it. 190 00:12:11.120 --> 00:12:11.960 That's what they're saying. It's like, okay, if you want free 191 00:12:13.000 --> 00:12:18.080 speech, then can donald trump come back? Because he's got banned from from 192 00:12:18.159 --> 00:12:22.879 twitter for having hate speech and stuff. So I mean we we think, 193 00:12:22.960 --> 00:12:26.919 tend to think a lot of this stuff just from a US centric kind of 194 00:12:26.960 --> 00:12:31.080 mindset. But I mean anyone in the world can be on twitter, can 195 00:12:31.200 --> 00:12:35.519 on these social media platforms. So how is it going to be free speech 196 00:12:35.559 --> 00:12:41.279 for people in other countries where there is censorship? It's really interesting with to 197 00:12:41.279 --> 00:12:43.639 see what he does with it or if it's just going to be like, 198 00:12:43.679 --> 00:12:46.000 Oh, I didn't know, I couldn't do that, or I'm going to 199 00:12:46.080 --> 00:12:50.080 do it anyways, or what will happen. But twitter blue is is a 200 00:12:50.120 --> 00:12:56.240 cool little membership thing. Like I said, there's no there's no ads. 201 00:12:56.279 --> 00:13:01.080 You get like a curated feed. It just has some extra features and for 202 00:13:01.240 --> 00:13:03.240 three bucks, I'm like much, it's cheaper than a cup of coffee. 203 00:13:03.240 --> 00:13:07.000 So M and it's something that I use every day. True, yeah, 204 00:13:07.279 --> 00:13:09.679 I got to get back on there. I get fire on my twitter game. 205 00:13:09.679 --> 00:13:13.519 There's so many places I gotta be I'm just not going to be. 206 00:13:13.559 --> 00:13:15.879 I don't know. We'll see a lot. I think. I like the 207 00:13:15.919 --> 00:13:18.279 idea twitter. I just see someone and teach me how to use it, 208 00:13:18.279 --> 00:13:20.600 because it gets so confused about you know, like what the retweet with the 209 00:13:20.679 --> 00:13:26.960 reply? What's a comment there? Like it isn't entirely different way of social 210 00:13:28.000 --> 00:13:33.960 media, I mean especially between like facebook and instagram and Linkedin, because that's 211 00:13:33.000 --> 00:13:39.240 pushing out, you know, maybe one hundred and twenty five posts a week, 212 00:13:39.240 --> 00:13:41.240 where twitter you need to be doing like six tweets a day, and 213 00:13:41.240 --> 00:13:45.159 it's like well, what, well, what Holl do I have to say? 214 00:13:45.240 --> 00:13:48.120 And you know, it's just a different strategy. It's a different it's 215 00:13:48.159 --> 00:13:52.159 a whole different animal. Yeah, yeah, that's true. That's a that's 216 00:13:52.200 --> 00:13:54.679 a good and knee sehl it to knee in the chat. Here he is 217 00:13:54.720 --> 00:13:58.720 fired up. Says No more wolkeness on twitter, and then he says twitter's 218 00:13:58.759 --> 00:14:03.720 owned by a white African. Yeah, I guess. I Guess Elon Musk 219 00:14:03.840 --> 00:14:07.639 is from Africa, like South Africa. So pretty, pretty cool. Yeah, 220 00:14:07.679 --> 00:14:09.159 that's pretty cool. I mean, good for him, and like maybe 221 00:14:09.159 --> 00:14:13.600 you'll turn to a spaceship. That's we've seen more spaceships, Elon. All 222 00:14:13.679 --> 00:14:18.120 right, we'll see. All right, so let's jump over to creator. 223 00:14:18.159 --> 00:14:20.879 How I like that we're spend a little more time on these front segments because 224 00:14:20.360 --> 00:14:24.679 when I do these solo I'm like Grim River and I go flying through him. 225 00:14:24.720 --> 00:14:26.600 So it's kind of Nice to kind of vent a little bit about Elon 226 00:14:26.679 --> 00:14:31.240 Musk. And Yeah, forty four billion dollars. I'm like, wow, 227 00:14:31.240 --> 00:14:35.120 that guy's playing a different change. I'm play simple pocket change. Sure, 228 00:14:35.240 --> 00:14:39.159 I'll just buy twitter. Sure, yeah, I'm like who now? I 229 00:14:39.200 --> 00:14:41.720 wonder what other EGO DIISC will dudes gonna be like, you know what, 230 00:14:41.759 --> 00:14:46.720 I'm going to buy another platform just because because, you know what, I 231 00:14:46.759 --> 00:14:48.840 think a bunch of people are running back to twitter now, like I see 232 00:14:48.879 --> 00:14:52.679 this on other social media platforms Andree's like, Oh, I've not been on 233 00:14:52.720 --> 00:14:54.440 twitter and twenty years. I'm going to come back. And then maybe if 234 00:14:54.440 --> 00:14:58.360 he locks it up for three bucks a month, that will create some revenue 235 00:14:58.360 --> 00:15:01.879 for him. If he takes ads away, we'll see what happens. So 236 00:15:01.039 --> 00:15:03.879 interesting. Interesting. All right. Let's show over to a little creator highlight. 237 00:15:03.919 --> 00:15:09.600 Here. Creator highlights. No cooking necessary and now assembly required. He's 238 00:15:09.759 --> 00:15:13.960 got to be fuck all right. Today's crew highlight is brought you by our 239 00:15:15.000 --> 00:15:18.120 friends of her one sheet pro. You can go to onheet dot pro Billy 240 00:15:18.120 --> 00:15:24.159 Thorpe, or one sheet dop ro Katie or Brinkley, and you can go 241 00:15:24.240 --> 00:15:28.759 check out our one sheet pages. This is basically the one sheet and beast 242 00:15:28.840 --> 00:15:31.080 mode. It's awesome, so go check it out. And they just did 243 00:15:31.120 --> 00:15:33.440 a new feature. Katie, I don't know if you're using this feature not 244 00:15:33.600 --> 00:15:39.759 with the interview like a guest applications. Have you been using that one yet 245 00:15:39.799 --> 00:15:43.279 for your podcast? I haven't. I need to go in there and spend 246 00:15:43.279 --> 00:15:46.840 a little bit more time updating my my onesheet dot pro. I mean it's 247 00:15:48.000 --> 00:15:52.320 I tell all of my clients about it because it is such an easy way 248 00:15:52.399 --> 00:15:58.799 to get more opportunities for yourself on on other people's shows. But, like 249 00:15:58.960 --> 00:16:02.320 you said, if someone were to send me a one sheet like this, 250 00:16:02.360 --> 00:16:06.120 if like okay, they got their stuff together, yeah, let's just move 251 00:16:06.159 --> 00:16:07.919 them up to the front of the line. I know they're going to show 252 00:16:07.960 --> 00:16:10.480 up prepared, because look at what they've done. Yeah, you think that 253 00:16:10.519 --> 00:16:11.720 about me until you see me hold a big TACO and then you're like, 254 00:16:11.759 --> 00:16:15.799 what the HEX This guy's problem? All right, all right, Katie. 255 00:16:15.840 --> 00:16:18.480 So take us into the Creator highlight. This is a chosen by Katie Brinkley. 256 00:16:18.519 --> 00:16:22.519 So I'm excited to learn more about this podcast in this guy, Vince. 257 00:16:22.279 --> 00:16:25.759 Yeah, so this is Vince warnock. I've had the opportunity to get 258 00:16:25.759 --> 00:16:29.799 guests on his podcasts come on my podcast to and he is just a wealth 259 00:16:29.840 --> 00:16:33.360 of knowledge. He's the author of numerous books, he's spoken on stages all 260 00:16:33.360 --> 00:16:37.799 of the world and he was chosen as one of Adobe's top fifty marketers. 261 00:16:37.840 --> 00:16:42.399 So guy knows his stuff. He's also it's honored to be working on an 262 00:16:42.480 --> 00:16:48.320 NFT project with him. So check him out. He is a marketing genius, 263 00:16:48.360 --> 00:16:52.080 sales genius and if you're looking to author a book he's Your Guy. 264 00:16:52.080 --> 00:16:56.960 So check out chasing the insights and level up your marketing knowledge and check out 265 00:16:57.039 --> 00:17:00.480 Vince. Heck yeah, that sounds awesome. In Katie made the introduction, 266 00:17:00.559 --> 00:17:03.680 so he'll be on the show shortly, hopefully, hopefully. Surely I don't 267 00:17:03.680 --> 00:17:07.599 know schedule. May I'm speaking too far in advance here, but he'll be. 268 00:17:07.160 --> 00:17:11.079 We get the introduction today, so hopefully we can schedule him out and 269 00:17:11.119 --> 00:17:14.119 come on the show and share some of that knowledge. But Right now, 270 00:17:14.200 --> 00:17:18.039 Katy, I want to jump over and start talking about social media engagement strategies. 271 00:17:18.880 --> 00:17:25.839 This is something that I have been really good at at times and really 272 00:17:25.880 --> 00:17:30.720 horrible at other times. So what is social engagement strategy like? What is 273 00:17:30.759 --> 00:17:34.440 what does that even mean? What does engagement mean on social media? Means 274 00:17:34.519 --> 00:17:41.000 be in social on social media? I think I know well, and this 275 00:17:41.079 --> 00:17:44.359 is interesting to me because to have this conversation with you, because you're such 276 00:17:44.400 --> 00:17:48.720 a creator, billy, and you you have a daily show, you create, 277 00:17:48.759 --> 00:17:53.400 your creating content for people to consume. But not all of us are 278 00:17:53.559 --> 00:17:57.400 like that and I think that that's where a lot of times when people approach 279 00:17:57.480 --> 00:18:00.559 social media, there like a social media. It doesn't work for me you 280 00:18:00.559 --> 00:18:07.079 know, I posted a photo and nobody commented on it. But it's really 281 00:18:07.240 --> 00:18:10.720 just it's such a two way street. If you want to get engagement on 282 00:18:10.759 --> 00:18:12.799 your posts and you want to get more followers, you want to get more 283 00:18:12.839 --> 00:18:17.720 business, more leads. I mean, that's what we're all about. You 284 00:18:17.799 --> 00:18:22.559 have to be social on these platforms. You have to engage other accounts and 285 00:18:22.720 --> 00:18:26.200 I will tell you I only post too through, two, three four times 286 00:18:26.200 --> 00:18:32.519 a week on average, and it's I can show up and still have new 287 00:18:32.599 --> 00:18:37.200 followers, new conversations and new comments because I engage daily. And when I'm 288 00:18:37.240 --> 00:18:42.359 saying engage, I'm commenting on other people's posts. So, without going too 289 00:18:42.359 --> 00:18:48.240 far down the rabbit hole of how to engage the right way, you should 290 00:18:48.240 --> 00:18:53.640 be engaging with people who comment on your posts. So if someone, billy, 291 00:18:53.680 --> 00:18:56.920 if you leave a comment on my post, I am going to answer 292 00:18:56.000 --> 00:19:00.240 you back on that post. And that's one of the first and the biggest 293 00:19:00.279 --> 00:19:03.200 mistakes I see a lot of accounts making. True, someone's left you a 294 00:19:03.279 --> 00:19:08.160 comment, they've got both thumbs going, you should answer them. Yeah, 295 00:19:08.160 --> 00:19:11.440 that's true. Yeah, you know, because I think it was guilty this 296 00:19:11.480 --> 00:19:14.519 for a long time of posting and Ghosting, I guess, is what we 297 00:19:14.680 --> 00:19:17.799 what people call it, and I would do that. Post something, people 298 00:19:17.880 --> 00:19:19.440 comment on it, I will look at the comment. Maybe I would hit 299 00:19:19.440 --> 00:19:22.279 the little heart button, you know, to say like Hey, thanks for 300 00:19:22.279 --> 00:19:26.160 commenting or whatever, but I wouldn't say anything back and I wouldn't create that, 301 00:19:26.319 --> 00:19:30.200 you know, that conversation, I guess, in the chat area. 302 00:19:30.559 --> 00:19:33.960 So creating this conversation, does it actually help the algorithm of as far as 303 00:19:34.000 --> 00:19:37.640 we know, is to say hey, this is this is relevant, we're 304 00:19:37.640 --> 00:19:40.559 going to deliver it up to some more people. It does. Yes, 305 00:19:40.680 --> 00:19:45.200 exactly. So comment so they're in the algorithm. You know, there's there's 306 00:19:45.200 --> 00:19:48.400 different ranks, you know, say saves and shares. Shares are great because 307 00:19:48.440 --> 00:19:53.079 they send that means other people are sending your content out into their network. 308 00:19:53.119 --> 00:19:57.240 So that's a great way to get more eyes on your on your posts and 309 00:19:57.359 --> 00:20:03.400 on what you do. But comments are phenomenal because if you can get someone 310 00:20:03.440 --> 00:20:08.920 commenting and you comment back with another question and they answer and you put come, 311 00:20:10.039 --> 00:20:12.440 I mean that's all going to help you in the algorithm because its roms 312 00:20:12.480 --> 00:20:15.359 like look at all the people that are liking this and commenting and engaging and 313 00:20:15.480 --> 00:20:22.640 spending time on this post. That's what all these social media platforms want from 314 00:20:22.680 --> 00:20:25.920 you. Yeah, stay on me as long as possible so I can continue 315 00:20:25.920 --> 00:20:29.359 getting your data. Okay, that makes sense. And I have a friend 316 00:20:29.359 --> 00:20:32.880 of mine who does is. He's a podcast or he actually doesn't have that 317 00:20:32.920 --> 00:20:37.119 big of an instagram account, but he has a super vibrant business and I 318 00:20:37.079 --> 00:20:37.960 asked him one time. I was like, Dude, how are you doing 319 00:20:38.000 --> 00:20:41.759 this, like how are you gaining leads? And he's like, Dude, 320 00:20:41.759 --> 00:20:45.160 I'm just on social media all the time. I'm like, no, you're 321 00:20:45.200 --> 00:20:48.720 not. I can never post anything. You have a small following, but 322 00:20:48.920 --> 00:20:52.279 somehow you're still crushing it. And this is his thing. It's called daily 323 00:20:52.839 --> 00:20:56.400 target always targeted, daily engagement. I think he calls it Tode, and 324 00:20:56.480 --> 00:21:03.240 he is spinning like ten or fifteen minutes a day just really going in and 325 00:21:03.279 --> 00:21:08.000 finding accounts that are the right fit for his business exactly engaging with them. 326 00:21:08.039 --> 00:21:12.880 So, yeah, that's what's so so interesting. The another term for it 327 00:21:12.920 --> 00:21:19.279 is the dollar eighty method, where you give ninety people your two cents. 328 00:21:19.400 --> 00:21:25.240 Oh No, no, you're too all right. This is so what? 329 00:21:25.559 --> 00:21:29.480 And there's, like I said, commenting on people that comment on your posts. 330 00:21:29.519 --> 00:21:32.480 That's a great way to help your post do well. But, like 331 00:21:32.519 --> 00:21:34.680 I said, I last week I only had time for two posts. It 332 00:21:34.720 --> 00:21:38.160 was a super busy week end of the month is always busy for me for 333 00:21:38.240 --> 00:21:41.680 my done for you clients, and also is on boarding to coaching clients. 334 00:21:41.680 --> 00:21:45.359 So it was just a super busy week. But I still was engaging every 335 00:21:45.440 --> 00:21:49.960 day and I was answering people who had commented on my posts. But what 336 00:21:51.039 --> 00:21:56.240 I do is I go in to my feed and I comment on the people 337 00:21:56.279 --> 00:22:00.319 that I follow. So I spent about five minutes in the feed just commenting 338 00:22:00.359 --> 00:22:03.000 on everyone that I follows post, scrolling through, leave a comment, next 339 00:22:03.000 --> 00:22:07.319 one, leave a comment, next one, leave a comment. But then 340 00:22:07.359 --> 00:22:11.880 the magic happens in the hashtags. And this is a great you know, 341 00:22:11.039 --> 00:22:15.960 kind of coming full circle to what we were talking about last week. And 342 00:22:17.160 --> 00:22:22.519 so I do a lot of coaching in group coaching for real estate agents. 343 00:22:22.599 --> 00:22:27.799 So I spent a lot of time hanging out in the HASHTAG realtor life or 344 00:22:27.880 --> 00:22:33.960 Denver real estate, Denver realtor. I spend a lot of time commenting on 345 00:22:33.000 --> 00:22:37.720 those posts. So when I'm commenting on their posts one it's done it's kind 346 00:22:37.759 --> 00:22:41.880 of a pay it forward. It's getting them higher ranking in the Algorithm because 347 00:22:41.920 --> 00:22:48.920 people are commenting and having conversations, but it's also free real estate on their 348 00:22:48.960 --> 00:22:52.599 feed. So if I show up and I leave a very valuable comment, 349 00:22:52.759 --> 00:22:57.240 asking a question or making a valid point, they're going to say I who 350 00:22:57.359 --> 00:23:00.960 is? I am Katie Brinkley. Yeah, they're over on my account. 351 00:23:00.960 --> 00:23:06.519 They can see the recent posts that I've done, the advice that I give, 352 00:23:06.559 --> 00:23:10.000 you know, the silly reels or whatever, and decide whether or not 353 00:23:10.039 --> 00:23:11.920 they want to follow me. A lot of times I'll just come on over 354 00:23:11.960 --> 00:23:17.880 and like some of my posts, which what return boost me in the algorithm. 355 00:23:17.920 --> 00:23:23.039 So commenting on other people's posts is a great way to get more eyes 356 00:23:23.119 --> 00:23:27.559 on you and your product. Okay, this is good. So go find 357 00:23:27.599 --> 00:23:32.319 people. And does it have to be in your knit? I guess maybe 358 00:23:32.359 --> 00:23:34.799 if it's in your niche, or your niche is that you want more of 359 00:23:34.920 --> 00:23:38.039 sales. But yeah, Gotcha. Okay, yeah, that makes sense. 360 00:23:38.039 --> 00:23:41.400 I mean that's what we're I mean, I like you say, we're all 361 00:23:41.440 --> 00:23:45.319 after that. But even if we are podcaster and we're looking to expand our 362 00:23:45.480 --> 00:23:48.039 you know, our reach, our brand are you know, maybe somebody will 363 00:23:48.119 --> 00:23:52.000 go, Oh, this guy podcast about you know whatever, like dog training, 364 00:23:52.039 --> 00:23:53.799 and I'm an I like dog training. So okay, that makes sense. 365 00:23:53.960 --> 00:23:57.119 So I mean, and you want to spend time in the recent posts. 366 00:23:57.160 --> 00:24:00.519 So if you go to a Hashtag and you do, we'll just do 367 00:24:00.559 --> 00:24:03.039 this hashtag now. I'm doing it right now. I'm going to see. 368 00:24:03.079 --> 00:24:08.839 Okay, sold to this. Yes, so just do you know podcast coach 369 00:24:10.000 --> 00:24:12.920 or not even podcast coach, new podcast, because people probably with a new 370 00:24:12.960 --> 00:24:18.640 podcast could use some billy Thorpe help in their lives. So if you do 371 00:24:18.680 --> 00:24:22.759 Hashtag no new podcast, don't look at the top posts in the Hashtag, 372 00:24:22.759 --> 00:24:26.759 because those people get enough love. They're hanging out there. They've probably been 373 00:24:26.799 --> 00:24:32.599 there for, you know, hours, maybe days, months. Go to 374 00:24:32.640 --> 00:24:36.480 the recent and that's where you're going to want to start engaging. Oh, 375 00:24:36.480 --> 00:24:38.400 okay, so okay, so there's three. Hold on a second, I 376 00:24:38.440 --> 00:24:41.759 gotta Oh, I can't pluget it. Never mind. Okay, I should 377 00:24:41.759 --> 00:24:45.000 have been more prepared. I was getting D imprompt to put this. It's 378 00:24:45.000 --> 00:24:48.000 okay. At your first day, it's your first state. To my first 379 00:24:48.079 --> 00:24:51.799 day doing live streams. There's no way I should ever be prepared all right. 380 00:24:51.839 --> 00:24:55.519 So there's three different tabs. For people who don't know, there's left, 381 00:24:55.599 --> 00:24:57.799 right and center, and I'm going to do center for recent for anybody 382 00:24:57.839 --> 00:25:03.400 that's listening. So you so go to a recent post and start engaging with 383 00:25:03.440 --> 00:25:07.240 those posts. Yes, I mean, I mean, I'm going to be 384 00:25:07.400 --> 00:25:08.319 real. You know, people were going to be like, we're never listening 385 00:25:08.319 --> 00:25:11.319 to your show again, but I didn't you know this was like a thing. 386 00:25:11.440 --> 00:25:12.440 I would just I didn't know. Reason. We want to do it 387 00:25:12.480 --> 00:25:18.240 from desktop. Otherwise you will lose an hour of your life, you know, 388 00:25:18.400 --> 00:25:21.599 if we're using it with too thumbs, trying to leave all these comments 389 00:25:21.720 --> 00:25:26.240 versus, you know, all ten, all right, but difference. Yeah, 390 00:25:26.039 --> 00:25:27.359 right, so you can. You can still do it from desktop, 391 00:25:27.359 --> 00:25:32.759 and don't go all in on ninety comments right out the gate, because instagram 392 00:25:32.799 --> 00:25:34.160 is going to be like, who do you think you are? You are 393 00:25:34.160 --> 00:25:37.440 not this active on our platform and you must be a Bot. So you 394 00:25:37.480 --> 00:25:41.759 are banned, Gotcha. Yeah, so go strong, so going easy. 395 00:25:41.799 --> 00:25:45.480 Don't just don't come in hot with this stuff. All right. So, 396 00:25:45.599 --> 00:25:48.480 and how long do you spend? How long does it take you now that 397 00:25:48.480 --> 00:25:52.480 you've kind of built up to these ninety comments? or so. How long 398 00:25:52.519 --> 00:25:56.119 do you think you spend a day or whenever you do it, like an 399 00:25:56.119 --> 00:26:00.200 hour, two hours? Well, it depends on Hashi type. But I 400 00:26:00.200 --> 00:26:03.880 mean, like you don't some post, you know, when someone doesn't have 401 00:26:03.920 --> 00:26:08.880 a very good caption or it's just kind of a mediocre image, you can 402 00:26:08.880 --> 00:26:11.759 just say I love this. You know, it gives because there's plenty of 403 00:26:11.799 --> 00:26:18.160 times where I'm not going to be leaving a comment for a sale necessarily, 404 00:26:18.799 --> 00:26:22.599 but again, I'm giving them the love, I'm giving them the comment, 405 00:26:22.759 --> 00:26:26.519 helping them in the algorithm. I'm, you know, showing up there and 406 00:26:26.599 --> 00:26:30.039 again. Some of these people you'll that use their those hashtags all the time. 407 00:26:30.119 --> 00:26:33.000 You'll start seeing their content on a regular basis, even if you're not 408 00:26:33.000 --> 00:26:37.799 following them, and then we'll start seeing like oh look, here's Katie commenting 409 00:26:37.839 --> 00:26:41.200 on my stuff again. That's so nice of her, you know. So 410 00:26:41.640 --> 00:26:44.200 all right, yeah, this is this is good. I'm going to check 411 00:26:44.200 --> 00:26:48.240 out the desktop two because I always like working from their versus my. I 412 00:26:48.319 --> 00:26:51.119 never get on instagram with my Desci I get so much to learn Katie. 413 00:26:51.160 --> 00:26:53.640 This shows just for me every Tuesday, basically like a teaching billy. If 414 00:26:53.640 --> 00:26:57.480 we should call it like teaching billy social media like because I learned so much 415 00:26:57.480 --> 00:27:02.000 stuff every time I get on the phone. So that's how you are jumping 416 00:27:02.039 --> 00:27:04.240 into other people's stuff. So one comment on your own stuff. You Post 417 00:27:04.279 --> 00:27:07.000 something, somebody says, man, this is awesome. Go back in there 418 00:27:07.039 --> 00:27:11.240 and comment. Now I've heard through the grape vine that you should leave a 419 00:27:11.279 --> 00:27:15.599 certain amount of words for comments, not just like thumbs up emoji's and all 420 00:27:15.599 --> 00:27:18.799 that. Do is that matter? Like love of everything? Please stop with 421 00:27:18.880 --> 00:27:23.759 the three fire, the three heart, the three anything about cheese. Say 422 00:27:23.759 --> 00:27:29.519 it again. Stop. That is not valuable conversation. It's not how you're 423 00:27:29.519 --> 00:27:30.799 going to gain new leads, is not how you're going to make gain new 424 00:27:30.839 --> 00:27:34.160 followers, it's not how you're going to build community. Love. Let's just 425 00:27:34.279 --> 00:27:40.079 stop with the three emoji responses, please. All right, I had to 426 00:27:40.119 --> 00:27:44.880 call my Va. Stop doing the three emojis. I don't have a vie. 427 00:27:44.920 --> 00:27:47.519 I need one. If you're listening, reach out to me. Okay. 428 00:27:47.599 --> 00:27:49.440 So, so leave quality comments. If you're going to do all the 429 00:27:49.440 --> 00:27:52.960 work, if you're going to go search through all the recent posts, leave 430 00:27:52.039 --> 00:27:56.200 quality comments. Really try to start a conversation. I mean that's what we're 431 00:27:56.599 --> 00:28:00.400 essentially saying. It's like start this conversation. Yeah, be social on it 432 00:28:00.519 --> 00:28:03.880 now. So that is common. Well, and and really I just want 433 00:28:03.880 --> 00:28:07.799 to say really fast too, this is platform agnostic strategies. It does, 434 00:28:07.839 --> 00:28:11.759 I mean we keep saying instagram here, but this works on Linkedin, this 435 00:28:11.000 --> 00:28:17.440 works on facebook. You know, their Hashtag's work on these other platforms as 436 00:28:17.440 --> 00:28:22.319 well. So these are very easy strategies that you know, if instagram's not 437 00:28:22.359 --> 00:28:26.240 your jam, you can still do these strategies on facebook or or Linkedin. 438 00:28:26.440 --> 00:28:30.720 Yeah, this is good. I like this and I guess, like Kelet 439 00:28:30.720 --> 00:28:33.880 me ask you this question. So if you're going across platform, twitter, 440 00:28:33.359 --> 00:28:37.240 Oh yeah, twitter, definitely. Everybody goes sign up for twitter. So 441 00:28:37.279 --> 00:28:40.000 if you're going to cross, if you're doing like cross platforms, you're doing 442 00:28:40.079 --> 00:28:42.960 twitter, you done facebook, you're doing instagram, whatever. Do you think 443 00:28:42.960 --> 00:28:47.160 it's best as like as a I guess as a brand, like you show 444 00:28:47.240 --> 00:28:51.200 up as Katie Brinkley and you try to get that same handle across the board, 445 00:28:51.200 --> 00:28:53.559 because I know sometimes, like I had to do this recently, I 446 00:28:53.599 --> 00:28:56.599 was like wait a second, create. I had creating for money. I 447 00:28:56.599 --> 00:29:00.079 got creating daily. Get a fishing show like I do a lot of stuff. 448 00:29:00.200 --> 00:29:03.200 I'm I know what he's going to look for. That stuff, like 449 00:29:03.240 --> 00:29:06.599 I got to have Billy Thorpe, and that's not Strillian rock star, so 450 00:29:06.680 --> 00:29:08.240 there's no way I'm getting you know, there's a lot of billy thorpes out 451 00:29:08.240 --> 00:29:11.839 there, and so I had to pull like the Billy Thorpe, which sounds 452 00:29:11.880 --> 00:29:15.079 so egotistical, but it was the only thing that worked on twitter and on 453 00:29:15.119 --> 00:29:19.519 Instagram, and I think facebook is just like billy dot Thorpe, or so 454 00:29:19.599 --> 00:29:23.079 I can't remember. But so is it? How important is that or is 455 00:29:23.119 --> 00:29:26.480 it just how you brand? Like, what's your strategy there? You trying 456 00:29:26.519 --> 00:29:30.720 to get your clients and yourself all lined up across the board? It's it. 457 00:29:30.759 --> 00:29:34.559 I mean, like that is a whole her conversation, for sure, 458 00:29:34.599 --> 00:29:38.359 because episode write it down. No, yeah, I mean like, and 459 00:29:38.480 --> 00:29:45.799 this is the thing I if you do instagramcom Katie Brinkley, you will be 460 00:29:45.839 --> 00:29:49.799 directed to a page where there's a Katie Brinkley there. She has one followers, 461 00:29:49.880 --> 00:29:53.559 zero posts and she follows er o people. She doesn't even have an 462 00:29:53.559 --> 00:29:56.359 Avatar. So you know, honestly, it could have been me it. 463 00:29:56.599 --> 00:30:00.000 I could be that same Katy Brinkley. I could have signed up for Instagram 464 00:30:00.039 --> 00:30:03.720 am you know where when it launched and I lost the email. But whoever 465 00:30:03.759 --> 00:30:07.519 that person is that's done nothing within it drives me bonkers. So I have 466 00:30:07.759 --> 00:30:14.079 I am Katie Brinkley on instagram. I should thought about I am Billy Thorpe. 467 00:30:14.079 --> 00:30:18.240 That would have been better than the billy. Well, so the reason 468 00:30:18.279 --> 00:30:22.599 I went with I am Katie Brinkley is because I do, like you. 469 00:30:22.720 --> 00:30:26.400 I do a lot of podcasting, I do a lot of social audio and 470 00:30:26.400 --> 00:30:32.480 whenever I introduce myself I say I'm Katie Brinkley, and it just seems better. 471 00:30:32.759 --> 00:30:36.440 Fits me a little bit more than that. Yeah, maybe the Billy 472 00:30:36.519 --> 00:30:40.519 Thorpe, maybe that does fit my personality. It kind of does, billy, 473 00:30:40.720 --> 00:30:45.000 but oh man, oh gosh, that's two funny. I had a 474 00:30:45.079 --> 00:30:48.160 question for you, but I forget what it was. Oh it was. 475 00:30:48.160 --> 00:30:52.079 Should you be the same agout on all the platforms? Oh yeah, and 476 00:30:52.200 --> 00:30:56.119 you know when you are. So like if you Google Katie Brinkley, even 477 00:30:56.160 --> 00:31:00.160 though I own a domain Katie Brinkleycom, the very first thing that pops up 478 00:31:00.200 --> 00:31:06.680 is my linkedin. So if you're spending time on these social platforms, it 479 00:31:06.759 --> 00:31:11.160 makes sense to use your name, especially if you're speaker, a coach, 480 00:31:11.319 --> 00:31:15.279 you do have a personal brand. It makes a lot of sense to use 481 00:31:15.279 --> 00:31:21.680 your name whenever you can. Now, if you're Nike and you're the CEO 482 00:31:21.720 --> 00:31:25.519 of Nike, you know you should stick with Nike. But for most of 483 00:31:25.599 --> 00:31:30.720 us, our businesses are not household names yet. So yeah, keep that. 484 00:31:30.720 --> 00:31:34.079 That's true. That's a good point. So, so we talked about 485 00:31:34.200 --> 00:31:37.720 commenting on our stuff. Comment to go on other people's stuff, but there's 486 00:31:37.759 --> 00:31:42.640 all kinds of ways to to you know, to have conversations on, and 487 00:31:42.720 --> 00:31:45.759 I'm saying instagram because that's where I kind of hang out the most, besides 488 00:31:45.799 --> 00:31:51.279 doing live stuff and podcasting. But what about like like DM's, like your 489 00:31:51.359 --> 00:31:55.599 you? Is that like something you focus on, like actually having those one 490 00:31:55.640 --> 00:31:59.039 on one conversations, or when does that come in? Does that help at 491 00:31:59.039 --> 00:32:02.599 all? Yeah, so DM's is where the magic happens and that's where, 492 00:32:02.599 --> 00:32:06.640 you know, the sales happen, and there's a lot of times where I 493 00:32:06.640 --> 00:32:09.359 will be in a DM conversation where I think it's a sales call for me, 494 00:32:09.480 --> 00:32:14.680 or like a conversation more like this person's a good lead. It's the 495 00:32:14.680 --> 00:32:16.960 other way around. I'm a good lead for them. So, but it 496 00:32:17.000 --> 00:32:22.480 doesn't happen until you get into those one on one conversations. Now, seeing 497 00:32:22.519 --> 00:32:27.720 someone post and sliding into their DM's right afterwards, it's a little fast. 498 00:32:27.759 --> 00:32:30.880 It's a little forward. I think that you need to take your time and 499 00:32:30.000 --> 00:32:34.480 get to know somebody a little bit before you just slide right on into their 500 00:32:34.519 --> 00:32:37.160 dams. Or, if you are, tell them why. Why are you 501 00:32:37.160 --> 00:32:40.920 there? Hey, I just watch the latest episode of creating daily and I 502 00:32:40.960 --> 00:32:46.000 love the tip that you shared, billy, about blank and can you remind 503 00:32:46.039 --> 00:32:50.240 me as to where I can go to find that or information, and then 504 00:32:50.279 --> 00:32:54.720 you'll chime on in or whatever. So think about your conversations that are in 505 00:32:54.720 --> 00:32:58.880 the DM. You wouldn't feel like I use this analogy all the time, 506 00:32:58.960 --> 00:33:02.160 but it's so true. You wouldn't go to a networking event, walk up 507 00:33:02.200 --> 00:33:06.039 to someone and Throw Your Business Card at them and then take off and be 508 00:33:06.119 --> 00:33:08.400 like, well, hopefully they call you know this card, Etie. That's 509 00:33:08.400 --> 00:33:12.279 a week. I throw an invoice at them, like what's the name of 510 00:33:12.279 --> 00:33:15.880 your company, and I ride on the voice and handed to him. That's 511 00:33:15.880 --> 00:33:20.480 how I do sales. Forget all this Mamsy, pamsy, building relationship stuff. 512 00:33:20.480 --> 00:33:23.200 I just invoice. Now I'm just messing. I would be funny. 513 00:33:23.240 --> 00:33:25.519 I'm gonna actually do that. I'm going to go to a conference with a 514 00:33:25.519 --> 00:33:29.519 budget printed invoices. But what's the name of Your Company? And to see 515 00:33:29.519 --> 00:33:32.759 just like recording create. That's that's funny. Anyway, that's one of my 516 00:33:32.839 --> 00:33:38.240 show ideas. There we go. But you wouldn't do that if you want 517 00:33:38.279 --> 00:33:43.279 to grow your business. Absolutely not. Yeah, but people do. I 518 00:33:43.319 --> 00:33:46.920 mean I S. People Send Me Message all day, every day. Hey, 519 00:33:46.960 --> 00:33:51.240 I saw your social media post, like you're creating great content. I 520 00:33:51.279 --> 00:33:54.319 think I can build you like Twentyzero followers. It's a hundred dollars. I'm 521 00:33:54.359 --> 00:33:57.839 like, Whoa man, like, hold on, we're not even take me 522 00:33:57.839 --> 00:34:00.839 out on a day. You didn't even yes, x Merror. What are 523 00:34:00.880 --> 00:34:04.640 we doing? So, yeah, it does feel weird. It's so yes, 524 00:34:04.720 --> 00:34:07.760 I mean like nurse to those relationships that you're having in the in the 525 00:34:07.840 --> 00:34:15.199 comments. And you know, one of my favorite CTA's on reals or posts 526 00:34:15.360 --> 00:34:23.000 is dm or comment with blank below for the link or for more information. 527 00:34:23.000 --> 00:34:27.960 Okay, that's and went. So on one of my post that I did 528 00:34:28.000 --> 00:34:31.800 recently I said, you know, drop a, you know the hand raise 529 00:34:31.880 --> 00:34:38.639 Emoji below if you agree, or if you've ever struggled with using a social 530 00:34:38.679 --> 00:34:44.719 media scheduler, and everyone that drops that Emoji or commented like Yes, I've 531 00:34:44.760 --> 00:34:47.760 been struggling. I then commented back and said I'm happy to talk to you 532 00:34:47.760 --> 00:34:51.679 about the one that I use, and then I slid into their dams because 533 00:34:51.679 --> 00:34:54.159 he has. They've already opened the door for conversation with me like yeah, 534 00:34:54.159 --> 00:35:00.039 I struggle with this, or Oh, I'm looking for something that you're offering 535 00:35:00.119 --> 00:35:02.360 or yes, send me the link to your free Webinar. HMM. So 536 00:35:02.360 --> 00:35:07.599 when you have that CTA, you you basically get the permission to send a 537 00:35:07.599 --> 00:35:14.159 cold dm based on what their comment was. And let's say you have only 538 00:35:14.199 --> 00:35:17.480 five people comment that they want link. That's five people that you can now 539 00:35:17.639 --> 00:35:22.119 send the link to and you can start nurturing that relationship and talking to them 540 00:35:22.119 --> 00:35:25.159 and they might not actually click the link, but they start talking with you 541 00:35:25.239 --> 00:35:29.719 and then they see, oh well, you do this or I do this, 542 00:35:29.760 --> 00:35:34.400 and you can see where the relationships and the conversation goes from there. 543 00:35:34.480 --> 00:35:37.280 Yeah, that's a good tip and I think to like for people are listening. 544 00:35:37.719 --> 00:35:40.519 You know, you're in the default thing that I taught. You know, 545 00:35:40.559 --> 00:35:44.400 talk to people all the time about sales. I helpe people monetize her 546 00:35:44.440 --> 00:35:47.199 podcast or sponsorships and other stuff, and it's always like, I don't want 547 00:35:47.199 --> 00:35:50.960 to be too cellsie, I don't want to be too sellsie. More than 548 00:35:51.000 --> 00:35:53.400 likely, people have been following you for a minute, they've been watching you, 549 00:35:53.519 --> 00:35:59.000 they've been building value. If you're doing social media the way that I 550 00:35:59.039 --> 00:36:04.159 personally think you should do, do it, you're probably building value already. 551 00:36:04.199 --> 00:36:07.360 And so that's you know, when they say yes in this to me or 552 00:36:07.360 --> 00:36:10.480 reach out or whatever, it's not really being Celsie, it's just continuing the 553 00:36:10.480 --> 00:36:14.920 conversation. And you know, I know a lot of people won't jump in 554 00:36:15.079 --> 00:36:16.440 DM's because right now it's just too cells you. I don't want to do 555 00:36:16.480 --> 00:36:20.119 it. Like they need to reach out to me and I'm like yeah, 556 00:36:20.119 --> 00:36:22.880 I mean that's like me saying so I needs to make me a donut and 557 00:36:22.920 --> 00:36:24.280 sell it for me and give me the money. Like doesn't make any sense, 558 00:36:24.440 --> 00:36:29.559 like talking about so yeah, so don't be afraid. If you're listening 559 00:36:29.559 --> 00:36:30.400 to this here, I god, I just don't want to do that. 560 00:36:30.400 --> 00:36:36.280 That feels weird. It's not like these people have probably already engage similar to 561 00:36:36.280 --> 00:36:38.719 a podcast host, like I always say this, like give you know, 562 00:36:38.840 --> 00:36:43.760 Tom Buck, which is youtuber and Podcaster, walked into my house right now, 563 00:36:43.800 --> 00:36:45.800 I would feel like I know him. I would say, Oh, 564 00:36:45.840 --> 00:36:46.880 hey, Tom, what's up? Annual Cup coffee, like you want to 565 00:36:46.880 --> 00:36:49.719 sit down, like you know what's up. And if you said, Hey, 566 00:36:49.719 --> 00:36:52.239 I got this, you know Youtube, course I want to try to 567 00:36:52.760 --> 00:36:54.400 talk to you about it, but cool, let's have a cup of coffee 568 00:36:54.400 --> 00:36:58.360 and talk about it. So keep that in mind. Is probably what people 569 00:36:58.400 --> 00:37:00.920 are doing. So we got DM's. What about voice drops? I this 570 00:37:00.960 --> 00:37:06.280 is one of my favorite ways to get resting on the other side of the 571 00:37:06.320 --> 00:37:08.079 fence here with you. All right, all right, I'm not. I 572 00:37:08.719 --> 00:37:15.559 I struggle with voice messages in my cohost on me am I across the pond, 573 00:37:15.639 --> 00:37:21.159 NFL podcast. He's to me all day. Good for you, James. 574 00:37:21.320 --> 00:37:24.320 And Yep, I know teams man. Come on, I can't handle 575 00:37:24.400 --> 00:37:30.199 the voice messages. A lot of people love them. It does seem we'll 576 00:37:30.239 --> 00:37:34.480 learn with podcasting and social audio. There is power behind voice and hearing someone 577 00:37:34.559 --> 00:37:38.800 talk and just having that quick conversation. But for me, I'm you, 578 00:37:38.880 --> 00:37:42.960 I'm current. Most of the time, I'm listening to music, if and 579 00:37:43.119 --> 00:37:45.000 you know, on or I got other things going on. Is opposed to 580 00:37:45.000 --> 00:37:49.880 just sitting there and listening to Your Voice Message? Like I just want to 581 00:37:49.920 --> 00:37:52.039 read what you have to say. I can respond back really fast and then 582 00:37:52.079 --> 00:37:57.920 get on. Voice messages are are just hard for me, but I know 583 00:37:57.960 --> 00:38:01.400 that they are a nurture builder for sure. Well, and I don't know 584 00:38:01.519 --> 00:38:07.719 that because I'm like you. Ongoing voice messages are fairly annoying to me. 585 00:38:07.840 --> 00:38:10.239 I wasn't like that. I used to really enjoy them, but then I 586 00:38:10.280 --> 00:38:14.239 was like now I have a three year old who talks way more than he 587 00:38:14.280 --> 00:38:15.840 did at once. So now it's like, okay, I can't really listen 588 00:38:15.840 --> 00:38:21.840 to this, but it's it's like one of those things where I think opening 589 00:38:21.880 --> 00:38:25.519 the door is you send the voice smeil there's this little bubble with a play 590 00:38:25.559 --> 00:38:30.239 button. Then you're just like, I mean, I cannot resist to push 591 00:38:30.280 --> 00:38:34.199 that button and listen to that first message. However, I guess if the 592 00:38:34.199 --> 00:38:37.960 world was perfect, people would text to me, I would send them a 593 00:38:37.000 --> 00:38:39.679 voice smail and they would text back to me. That would be perfect. 594 00:38:39.840 --> 00:38:44.559 Or maybe Linkedin, if you're listening, which I are not linked in instagram. 595 00:38:44.599 --> 00:38:46.639 I know you are because you're listen to the show because it's so important, 596 00:38:46.679 --> 00:38:50.679 but maybe put a little transcribe thing there. That would be cool. 597 00:38:50.719 --> 00:38:52.599 It's like a quick I mean you could do the voice to text on Serri, 598 00:38:52.840 --> 00:38:55.360 I guess, if you really wanted to. Oh Yeah, I guess 599 00:38:55.360 --> 00:39:00.559 you could do that way. Is it translate from voice to text? Yeah, 600 00:39:00.639 --> 00:39:02.760 so, like, if you like on, how do I? How 601 00:39:02.800 --> 00:39:06.280 am I tech you? I don't know all this techy stuff. It's ridiculous. 602 00:39:06.280 --> 00:39:08.920 I feel like a ninety year old man. Yeah, I mean, 603 00:39:08.960 --> 00:39:12.960 like, so, it's what one way that you could do it. I 604 00:39:13.000 --> 00:39:16.079 mean, I just you're saying. You're saying, like record the voice to 605 00:39:16.280 --> 00:39:22.400 text, like to send the message versus getting it to read it, like 606 00:39:22.480 --> 00:39:28.519 you're not having series translate it into yes, yes, so like in your 607 00:39:28.800 --> 00:39:31.199 yeah, so, like in your little sheep more thing at the bottom there's 608 00:39:31.199 --> 00:39:36.159 a little microphone and that's the voice to tacks. Yeah, okay, so, 609 00:39:36.199 --> 00:39:38.320 but it doesn't work the other way right. It doesn't transcribe. No, 610 00:39:38.480 --> 00:39:42.360 it doesn't. When James Leaves me a three minute voice message. No, 611 00:39:42.519 --> 00:39:44.519 I just sit there a little to three minutes of her. That's what 612 00:39:44.559 --> 00:39:45.719 I was wondering. That's what I thought you're saying. I was like, 613 00:39:45.800 --> 00:39:49.639 holy cow, that's awesome, like show me how it's good now, oh, 614 00:39:49.719 --> 00:39:51.960 anyway, all right, so I'll get us back on the topic, 615 00:39:52.000 --> 00:39:54.239 since I got us off the topic. All right, so maybe we're fifty. 616 00:39:54.239 --> 00:39:57.599 On the voice jobs, I think it's a cool introduction, but maybe 617 00:39:57.599 --> 00:40:00.400 not annoyed people. That's good, and maybe even in the voice job say 618 00:40:00.440 --> 00:40:05.360 hey, by the way, if you prefer for me to text you versus 619 00:40:05.440 --> 00:40:08.039 Voice Mail, like, let me know, and maybe that would be a 620 00:40:08.079 --> 00:40:12.679 considerate question. If you if you're because I'm like for the INTROM and I 621 00:40:12.800 --> 00:40:15.159 love voice drops, like I invite people to the show all the time just 622 00:40:15.199 --> 00:40:19.280 because I want him to hear the passion in my voice of what I'm excited 623 00:40:19.360 --> 00:40:22.599 to talk to them about later. Yeah, and you don't to each their 624 00:40:22.639 --> 00:40:30.239 own, like it really is. I think that voice messages are a rate, 625 00:40:30.519 --> 00:40:35.039 you know, like I said before, relationship builder, and it's hearing 626 00:40:35.039 --> 00:40:37.920 someone talk. It's like, Oh man, they're talking to me. But 627 00:40:37.440 --> 00:40:42.599 for me and the way that I do business and live my life, like 628 00:40:42.679 --> 00:40:49.519 text message is my which is interesting because I love talking, you know. 629 00:40:51.159 --> 00:40:53.559 So maybe if people talk to you, you can voice message, then they'll 630 00:40:53.599 --> 00:40:58.079 text back. That's perfect. Are you guys world? It's the best world 631 00:40:58.079 --> 00:41:00.360 are. So we talk about some DM's, talk about some comments of voice 632 00:41:00.440 --> 00:41:04.719 jobs. What about? What about like pole? I mean, I know 633 00:41:04.719 --> 00:41:07.000 there's all kinds of little stickers on and I'm talking about instagram once again in 634 00:41:07.039 --> 00:41:10.920 this, in this and most multiple companies have different things, but like poles 635 00:41:12.000 --> 00:41:15.079 and Qa's, like if you seen that stuff, to really like light up 636 00:41:15.119 --> 00:41:19.119 that engagement, to take it to another level and your business. Yeah, 637 00:41:19.119 --> 00:41:22.840 I think that you should try and include some sort of engagement sticker with with 638 00:41:22.960 --> 00:41:29.639 at least one story a day, whether it's just the slider or if you 639 00:41:29.679 --> 00:41:31.960 are doing a poll, I mean doing pull like doing polls. was how 640 00:41:31.960 --> 00:41:37.840 I decided on my podcast cover art and it boosted me to the front of 641 00:41:37.880 --> 00:41:39.760 a lot of people stories for a while and that's what I was like. 642 00:41:39.800 --> 00:41:43.320 Okay, well, my story reach has been down. I'm only getting like 643 00:41:43.400 --> 00:41:49.679 thirty people doing my stories. I must be like swipeable down on people's priorities. 644 00:41:49.760 --> 00:41:51.800 How can I get myself back to the Front? Of the line, 645 00:41:51.920 --> 00:41:55.960 and it was by letting them choose my podcast cover art and I was able 646 00:41:57.039 --> 00:42:01.599 to have them create it or choose and I kind of did a march madness 647 00:42:01.639 --> 00:42:07.000 and I did it every day for I think ten days, and then I 648 00:42:07.000 --> 00:42:10.880 had my winner and now my story reviews are back up. But allowing people 649 00:42:10.960 --> 00:42:19.239 to choose things like yes or no, or what Xdata, Adita, and 650 00:42:19.280 --> 00:42:23.159 then having like three year four options as an answer, it's a great way 651 00:42:23.199 --> 00:42:27.320 just to kind of keep in mind, like hey, you know, do 652 00:42:27.360 --> 00:42:29.599 you use? I'm just going to keep going back to the scheduler. I 653 00:42:29.679 --> 00:42:32.199 don't know why. Yeah, but if you use a social media scheduler? 654 00:42:32.719 --> 00:42:35.519 If you do, which one do you use? And then I could be 655 00:42:35.559 --> 00:42:39.280 like whot, sweet lonely co schedule other and then I could go back in 656 00:42:39.480 --> 00:42:44.039 and start a whole nother conversation where I have a whole new, fresh set 657 00:42:44.039 --> 00:42:49.400 of content. Like studies show that forty percent don't even have a Scheduler, 658 00:42:49.480 --> 00:42:52.480 you know, and this is why, after asking them, you know. 659 00:42:52.559 --> 00:42:57.119 So it's a great way for you to establish your own content to okay, 660 00:42:57.280 --> 00:43:00.360 yeah, that's it, that's pretty good, like that's a good all these 661 00:43:00.360 --> 00:43:01.480 are good tips. I always say that after you give us a little tip 662 00:43:01.519 --> 00:43:05.320 of my kid's a great tip, Datie. We're right down. Am I 663 00:43:05.440 --> 00:43:08.320 not bad? Like a ninety year old band? So so what I mean? 664 00:43:08.320 --> 00:43:12.880 Are you always keeping those Qa's about your topic, about your subject, 665 00:43:12.920 --> 00:43:16.039 about schedules, about Instagram, or you going like way off topically? What's 666 00:43:16.039 --> 00:43:21.840 your favorite birthday cake? Like, I mean, I try and always keep 667 00:43:21.880 --> 00:43:25.559 it somewhat business related because, like, even if it's like entrepreneur, you 668 00:43:25.599 --> 00:43:29.039 know, like how many of you own your own business? How many you 669 00:43:29.119 --> 00:43:30.559 know like work, but how many of you are a real turn you know, 670 00:43:30.880 --> 00:43:37.840 because it helps me. If it's not about social media or podcasting, 671 00:43:38.000 --> 00:43:42.480 I'm trying to better know my audience so that I can create content that they'll 672 00:43:42.519 --> 00:43:46.760 want to consume. I think that the stories, it's a great the only 673 00:43:46.760 --> 00:43:52.199 people that are seen in your stories are people that follow you. So it's 674 00:43:52.199 --> 00:43:57.960 really that way of getting to know who your followers are and really get incredible 675 00:43:57.960 --> 00:44:00.920 insight, because these people have already signed up to be a part of your 676 00:44:00.960 --> 00:44:04.159 world, to be a part of your community. So you want to do 677 00:44:04.280 --> 00:44:08.199 birthday quate questions, I guess you could, but I mean for me, 678 00:44:08.440 --> 00:44:15.119 social media is all about optimization. How can I get as much bang for 679 00:44:15.239 --> 00:44:21.519 my book on this Social Network while still building my business? Because I don't 680 00:44:21.679 --> 00:44:24.800 I'm not just an influence or I'm not just a content creator, like, 681 00:44:25.199 --> 00:44:29.840 I have a business to run. So I have to make sure that I'm 682 00:44:29.840 --> 00:44:32.599 getting the most bank from my back out of each and every social media post. 683 00:44:32.639 --> 00:44:36.480 All right, yeah, that makes sense. I was just curious because 684 00:44:36.519 --> 00:44:43.280 if I seems like if I post something about my niche math, sometimes it 685 00:44:43.280 --> 00:44:45.599 does okay, but if I post like green beans or carrots, it's like, 686 00:44:45.679 --> 00:44:49.119 dude, it just blows up. I'm like, this makes zero sense 687 00:44:49.159 --> 00:44:54.480 at all. Certain Food Block, I don't know, you know it. 688 00:44:54.639 --> 00:44:57.920 Just you know, billy, if you want us, try and get some 689 00:44:57.960 --> 00:45:00.039 more engagement, you know, and bump up to the front with her. 690 00:45:00.599 --> 00:45:05.039 You have to set expectations, then, how you're going to show up in 691 00:45:05.079 --> 00:45:08.960 your stories and then again, like if someone new starts following you and they 692 00:45:09.000 --> 00:45:13.960 think that you know see. So here's a fun fact. Eighty two percent 693 00:45:14.039 --> 00:45:19.920 of people, when they first start on Instagram, they start in stories. 694 00:45:19.960 --> 00:45:24.440 They're not starting in the feed. So if somebody has recently followed you and 695 00:45:24.440 --> 00:45:28.079 there I who's Billy Thorpe, I'm going to see him and he's like posts 696 00:45:28.159 --> 00:45:30.599 all these food things and then they scroll down into the feed and you're sharing 697 00:45:30.639 --> 00:45:34.840 like podcast tips. I'm like, this isn't the guy I thought it was. 698 00:45:35.199 --> 00:45:37.960 I don't want any of this. So that makes sense. All right. 699 00:45:38.000 --> 00:45:40.840 So that's a big percentage of people. So if you're not focus on 700 00:45:40.880 --> 00:45:45.079 stories, that's probably a good focus and that's all I've been focusing on. 701 00:45:45.559 --> 00:45:52.280 I haven't really done many grid stuff like post or care sales, which I 702 00:45:52.280 --> 00:45:55.599 know I should be, but I just so consumed with doing the show and 703 00:45:55.639 --> 00:46:00.719 promoting the show and all that I haven't really been very good at social. 704 00:46:00.960 --> 00:46:04.679 I've been very good at Instagram, just pul try and show your face in 705 00:46:04.760 --> 00:46:08.239 at least one story slide, whether it's a picture or to you talking. 706 00:46:08.280 --> 00:46:13.119 If you're resharing content that shows your face, you need to have that and 707 00:46:13.159 --> 00:46:16.239 at least one story slide you need to have. Try and have one engagement 708 00:46:16.280 --> 00:46:22.480 sticker in there somehow, I mean, and then you can show whatever. 709 00:46:22.519 --> 00:46:24.280 I don't really care, but I mean, like I always like to try 710 00:46:24.280 --> 00:46:29.760 and kind of be like this is what you can expect from me and what 711 00:46:29.800 --> 00:46:32.000 you can learn from me and what it's like to be a part of my 712 00:46:32.000 --> 00:46:37.400 community. This is great. This is all great content, Katie. As 713 00:46:37.440 --> 00:46:40.920 always, I'd think we could probably spend the next forty five minutes, you 714 00:46:40.920 --> 00:46:45.360 know, continuing going deep diving into each one of these categories. But is 715 00:46:45.360 --> 00:46:50.920 there anything else that I didn't put on my little list that you see there 716 00:46:50.960 --> 00:46:53.119 that we should talk I mean, I gut have giveaways on there. Maybe 717 00:46:53.119 --> 00:46:57.079 that's a whole I think that might even be a whole other show because there's 718 00:46:57.119 --> 00:47:00.719 like so much strategy behind doing to give away. Or is it big strategy 719 00:47:00.760 --> 00:47:02.920 behind giveaways? And you know we can, we can talk about that and 720 00:47:04.000 --> 00:47:07.159 for another show. You know, I'm in the camp of giveaways have to 721 00:47:07.199 --> 00:47:09.599 be very, very well thought out because you're going to get a lot of 722 00:47:09.639 --> 00:47:15.119 people in there that just want something for free and then afterwards are going to 723 00:47:15.119 --> 00:47:20.119 bounce. So yeah, Yep, I've been there before. I've done some 724 00:47:20.119 --> 00:47:23.599 giveaways that are like Oh, you were not the person I wanted. Yeah, 725 00:47:23.920 --> 00:47:28.719 yeah, awesome. Is there anything else, a little tip or trick 726 00:47:28.760 --> 00:47:32.199 for engagement that we didn't talk about? It you wanted to share? No, 727 00:47:32.320 --> 00:47:37.360 not today. I think that the biggest thing is to start being social 728 00:47:37.400 --> 00:47:42.840 on these platforms and whether or not you are posting every day, three times 729 00:47:42.840 --> 00:47:46.960 a week, you know once a week. If you're engaging daily, it's 730 00:47:47.079 --> 00:47:52.039 going to help you. It's going to help you be shown to more audiences 731 00:47:52.079 --> 00:47:55.599 and when you do post, those people that you've been engaging with they're going 732 00:47:55.639 --> 00:48:00.719 to head over to your account to so pay for word and do that. 733 00:48:00.840 --> 00:48:04.960 That dollar rating strategy. The I love the dog. It's a good one. 734 00:48:05.079 --> 00:48:07.840 That's a good strategy. And engaging daily. It's going to be a 735 00:48:07.880 --> 00:48:09.920 new APISODE, new show we're going to do, going to launch it new 736 00:48:10.000 --> 00:48:15.119 daily show right after creating daily, engaging daily. So I love it. 737 00:48:15.199 --> 00:48:19.519 Katie will thanks so much for, I mean obviously co hosting this Tuesday episode 738 00:48:19.840 --> 00:48:24.679 and really appreciate it and going forward will continue to bring some more social media 739 00:48:24.719 --> 00:48:29.280 tips and tricks and all that stuff and whatever else would come up with. 740 00:48:29.320 --> 00:48:31.519 So it's a lot of fun to have you on. So I really appreciate 741 00:48:31.559 --> 00:48:36.320 you well. Thanks for having me and everybody go to Katie's one sheet once 742 00:48:36.360 --> 00:48:39.719 she died. Proh Katie Brinkley, is that a what do you what do 743 00:48:39.800 --> 00:48:43.159 you say? This is a how'd you get rid of yours. I keep 744 00:48:43.199 --> 00:48:45.599 trying to get rid of mine and that keeps putting it back in. You 745 00:48:45.599 --> 00:48:47.880 know what? I know people all right, yeah, maybe I need to 746 00:48:49.039 --> 00:48:52.760 reach out to the old Brett there. Say Hey, Brett, let me 747 00:48:52.960 --> 00:48:55.400 look at this. I always reach I reach out to them like every other 748 00:48:55.480 --> 00:48:59.719 day for like some kind of feature requests or some kind of something. I 749 00:48:59.760 --> 00:49:01.639 would they probably hate me. I'm like quick, I'm gonna say a man 750 00:49:01.679 --> 00:49:06.880 probably just like billy. Just create your own freaking sight at this point. 751 00:49:07.079 --> 00:49:08.800 That out of you. Do it all for you anymore. But it really 752 00:49:08.920 --> 00:49:12.440 is a powerful platform. So if anybody hasn't used it, I know I 753 00:49:12.480 --> 00:49:15.639 talked about it all the time, but it literally that guest booking form really 754 00:49:15.679 --> 00:49:20.840 just made my life a ton easier. Like I'm a we're going clubhouse rooms. 755 00:49:20.880 --> 00:49:23.400 Talk about it, say ham looking for guests. Here's the link. 756 00:49:23.679 --> 00:49:27.719 Go and apply, and so they can apply and then I can go through 757 00:49:27.840 --> 00:49:30.760 and kind of evaluate all the applications and pick and choose. So I want 758 00:49:30.800 --> 00:49:36.639 to continue a conversation with so pretty cool. I don't know if it's the 759 00:49:36.679 --> 00:49:39.119 best strategy but, like for daily show, it's the only one I have. 760 00:49:39.239 --> 00:49:43.119 So anyway, well, Katie, I really appreciate it and we'll see 761 00:49:43.119 --> 00:49:45.559 you next week. All right, have a good one. All right, 762 00:49:45.599 --> 00:49:50.360 thank you so much. All right, everyone, that is it today from 763 00:49:50.440 --> 00:49:54.159 creating daily from from Katie and I super amounts of fun. So be sure 764 00:49:54.199 --> 00:49:58.760 to find Katie, the Katie Brinkley like, follow her good her one sheet, 765 00:49:58.760 --> 00:50:00.480 all that fun stuff. Hit that subscribe button as it popped up. 766 00:50:00.519 --> 00:50:05.599 I forgot to turn it off. Where if you're watching either here on Youtube 767 00:50:05.719 --> 00:50:08.719 or on Bullhorn, and join US tomorrow. I'm going to be joined tomorrow 768 00:50:08.800 --> 00:50:14.119 by my friend Garish Bolli. He does a daily podcast. So I do 769 00:50:14.119 --> 00:50:16.400 a daily live stream, he does daily podcast. We're going to talk about 770 00:50:16.400 --> 00:50:20.960 what that looks like to manage a daily show, because I think there's this 771 00:50:21.039 --> 00:50:24.559 big myth around daily live streaming, daily podcasting. That's so tough, it's 772 00:50:24.599 --> 00:50:30.119 so enormous in you're crazy for doing it and it's still new. I'm still 773 00:50:30.119 --> 00:50:34.679 in the honeymoon stage, but so far may you're just a Weirdo, but 774 00:50:34.760 --> 00:50:37.960 it's really easier for me than a weekly show. So anyway, we'll compare 775 00:50:38.000 --> 00:50:42.760 all those notes tomorrow, two PM Eastern time. Thank you so much for 776 00:50:42.800 --> 00:50:47.079 watching. We'll see tomorrow