"How To Make A Video Go Viral" is a podcast where we interview business executives who have produced video campaigns that have transformed company sales. We discuss the steps they took to achieve this success with the goal of helping you do the same. We explore these video campaigns both from the creative process and the back end sales funnels used to turn views into sales. We begin each show with the disclaimer that making a video "go viral" shouldn't actually be your goal! Instead, we explore how to create repeatable sales conversion videos that are driven by paid ads to yield much higher returns on ad spend.
How Sheets & Giggles Crowdfunding Video Generated $284,504
Today we talk about crowdfunding videos with Colin McIntosh the founder of Sheets & Giggles, the top-performing bedding product of all time on IndieGoGo. Colin gives us an awesome formula for how to know if crowdfunding is right for your company, how to build your email list prior to launch, and how to create a successful video for your IndieGoGo/Kickstarter campaign.
How Hooks Increased ROAS from 1.9 to 4.1!
Today Joseph and Parker talk about how one hook led to a 4.1 ROAS and created an instantly profitable campaign.
Check out Joseph's original LinkedIn post: LinkedIn Post
The full video: https://funnysalesvideos.com/
Using Video On Amazon With Tyler Allgaier
Today we chat with Tyler Allgaier, Founder and CEO of Pitted Labs, about the viability of video advertising on Amazon and what your strategy should be involving Amazon advertising in your digital strategy. Check out Pitted Labs at: https://pittedlabs.com/
How Dsrupt Got 20 Million Views
Today we talk with Wes St. Amand, Owner of Dsrupt Media Marketing Consulting about his recent video campaign for Persona Vitamins that has had over 20 million views. We talk about testing hook variations, character development, and how to utilize a hero video to do more than just drive purchases.
Check out the Persona video and Dsrupt Media Marketing at: https://www.dsruptmediamarketing.com/
How Grill Rescue Got Tens Of Millions Of Views
34 million views and counting! Learn how Grill Rescue took an ad mostly shot on an iPhone to virality with trial and error. Grill Rescue was invented by firefighter Scott Mobley and his co-creator Anthony Tranchida as an alternative to the harmful wire brushes people use to clean their grills. They turned to the same heat-resistant fiber that’s used in firefighter gear to arrive at a new way to get those grates clean—with steam. No more rogue bristles, no more elbow grease.
Kent Lloyd With Harmon Brothers
Kent Lloyd is a stuntman, actor, dancer, singer, director, producer, and editor working for Harmon Brothers, LLC the company behind the original Squatty Potty, Purple Mattress, Lume, and Chatbooks commercials. Kent has written 5 video courses teaching entrepreneurs how to make ads like the Harmon Brothers that are being used across America in Business Degree and MBA programs. Kent is also a Krav Maga instructor with Utah Valley Martial Arts under the instruction of Erik Tryon and Everest Pepper.
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