Podcast 43 – What is Vlogging? And Why Should Your Boring Business Be Doing It? (w/ @schmittastic)

 

Vlogging – we’ve all heard of it. If you’ve somehow never heard the word before, you probably still know what a vlog is without realizing it. Almost every day there’s some big news about the vlogging world and the huge industry it’s become. The beauty of it? Vlogging is for everyone, and that includes you and your business.

 

Today, I talk with long-time mentor of mine Amy Landino about how vlogging benefits everyone, not just the huge, famous ‘YouTube stars’ that you’ve probably heard of. We discuss the basics of vlogging and most importantly how to get started. Then, once you’re there, what to do next!

In this Episode, we will share with you:

  • What actually is a vlog?
  • How to get started
  • How to grow your audience
  • Telling a story with your vlog
  • Tips and Tricks

About Our Guest

Amy Landino is a globally-recognized YouTuber, speaker, author, and entrepreneur. She coaches people at YouTube.com/AmyTV on how to go after what they want in life while leveraging video storytelling to make it happen. Owner of two creative companies—Aftermarq and Vlog Boss Studios—Amy presents to and consults with a global clientele about leveraging online communication and content marketing to increase brand awareness. In her best-selling book Vlog Like a Boss: How to Kill It Online with Video Blogging, she shares her collection of strategies to help you create video that gets the attention you deserve and builds real relationships with your community. Amy has been a speaker for business and marketing events all over the world and has had her work featured on media channels such as PR Daily, Content Marketing Institute, Huffington Post, Inc, Entrepreneur, and many more.

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