35 Burst results for "Content Creator"
What Is Going on With OnlyFans?
"I was going to talk about the events situation at the top of this week. Show but the only fan situation seems resolved itself only fans is a platform where people can subscribe to content creators who then share exclusive photos and videos on the side. It's a site worth billions. Thanks to the sex workers and porn performer. The platform marketed itself to recruited when it first launched in two thousand sixteen and then a week ago only fans announced it was banning all sexually explicit content from its site because banks credit card. Companies processors were forcing them to they reversed course in a week. Only fans turned around and said a week later. Basically we hear you and announced that they weren't gonna ban sexually explicit content after all and would no longer be pivoting who. I don't know what what they plan to pivot to the week. Before last based tune teenagers doing lip syncs and cooking tutorials and other shit people can get for free on youtube and dick doc right now. How are you going to make money at that. But that was their plan a week and a half ago. What seems to have made the difference here. And what. I see as a sign of real progress the new york times washington post. Cnn daily papers. Npr mainstream publications went to sex workers and porn stars to get quotes about how only fans was doing to them. What facebook and instagram and craigslist had already done to them and how this being driven off the internet was making their lives harder and sex work more dangerous not a radical sex work not ending it just making it more dangerous. That's new and it made a huge difference. Abigail higgins has a terrific piece at the lily. Sex workers rallied together when only fans band sexually explicit content. They believed their voices are finally being heard. That's the headline. go read it. I'm not the only one who thinks that this new development reporters talking to sex workers about sex work is making a difference is creating some sort of seismic shift some
How to Become a Social Media Influencer
"Lifestyle content creator author and women empowerment advocate. Hikari floor has managed to stand out among your peers with artistic philanthropic spirit originality and passion for creating authentic created in viral digital content. She's author a book called how to become a social media influence a car. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. So what was the inspiration behind this book. I really got inspired. When the pandemic i started i noticed that the demand for content in also the the shift in working from home increased so i felt like now the best time if you are in the arts or even an entrepreneur to use social media to your advantage. You don't because even now with vaccines out. A lot of people are still going to continue to work remotely and this is really just the best time to take advantage of social media and also noticed that certain apps have changed in the way that they're algorithm is so i felt like why not share. You know certain resources in my tips and useful advice with people. So what is your definition of. What a social media influence or is to me an influencer is somebody that impacts a large group of people or an audience in a positive way somebody that they can talk to you about something in because they have built a relationship with their followers if i was actually trust them enough to actually want to check out certain things are try certain services
OnlyFans Drops Planned Porn Ban
"Fans dropped plans to ban pornography from its service less than a week after the UK Content Creators subscription site had announced the change. So the company said that they it looks like they're changing their mine. You can still get your per interesting. Yeah, it's going to continue to allow sexually explicit content. What's interesting about that, and I look forward to going back and reading about that, because I'm fascinated by how this all works like, why would you do a thing that makes you super successful and then go We're not going to do that anymore and think that that wasn't going to impact your bottom line? Hell, Oh, yes, There's a lot of banking and money and things in All right. So there you go.
What Is Link Rot?
"What exactly is link. Rot so link. Rod is an umbrella term. For what happens when you're surfing the web and you click on a link and the content that opens up on the other end either is completely gone or it has changed in a way that you weren't expecting a lot of users of the weber familiar with that dreaded four four page not found error and. That's the prime example of link up in a lot of ways it's part of the design of the internet. One of the most powerful things about the web is that it's a place where the most up-to-date information can exist and where content creators can be in control of what they're putting out into the world. It allows people to be constantly improving their websites and changing the way that they have users navigate their websites. There's also things like new internet protocols that happened that changed the way website works which can break links. Sometimes people sell the domains that they manage or they just stop paying them which causes them to go down. There's all sorts of reasons and again it's kind of just a inevitable part of the internet a lot of ways. Our team talks a lot about the dilemma of the internet. Being that like the thing that you want to disappear like that really embarrassing photos that you took in two thousand four is always gonna stick around and be somewhere on the web but the thing that you actually need is going to be lost forever
Using Content to Grow a Loyal Audience with Author Joe Pulizzi
"What is the essence. What is the heart. What is the soul of the content inc model so basically it's seven steps. It's sweet spot. The content tilt building the base. Then you focus on audience building. Then you drive your first stage of revenue and diversify into other areas other platforms and then the end one is used either sell or you go big or you create an amazing lifestyle. Business like you have with with fire nation. The couple things that i wanna talk about that are really important and things that we found that a lot of people might not agree with because it might not make sense but the one thing is the base the focus on one platform over and over again we find these content entrepreneurs were building multimillion dollar enterprises. They're not everywhere they are on youtube or twitch or they have a podcast or they have an amazing email newsletter. They're not doing everything at one time now. Later down the road that's the thing that's called diversification that step six but you have to build a minimum viable audience. I so that's that third step. That's really important and then two big issues in the model or one that the thing that i get the questions on most of the time jail diese sink called the content tilt and the content tilt is something that everyone has to have but most content creators don't and that's an area of differentiation. It's an area of little to no competition on the web where you actually have a chance to break through so that means you have to focus on a different topic. You have to focus on a different audience type. You have to focus on a different platform. You have to tell a different story it. You can't talk about the same old things that everyone else is talking about in the same way like for you. I mean you did a great job. There were really no entrepreneur. Podcast that were daily when you started your thing and you knew that you saw that as your Opportunity and that became your content. Tilt so with me you know when we started content marketing institute our whole thing was hey. Can we build a category and call at content marketing. Nobody was using that term. But we went into that. We've focused all of our efforts on content marketing and three years. Later we built a million dollar enterprise but it a lot of people forget that all. I can't just talk about the same old thing. Or this is what i love and this is what i know. No you have to figure out what the audience is. Pain points are what keep keeps them up at night. And then you can figure out how you're going to position your content around
Call of Duty: Vanguard to Be Revealed Thursday in Warzone
"Call. Judy vanguard reveal has been confirmed for for warzone on august. Nineteenth this is amy robinson. Add video games. Chronicle college vanguard will be officially revealed this thursday august nineteenth. That's according to an advert published on the playstation store. Today which confirms that the game was shown for the first time via warzone at ten thirty. Am pacific time. Sledgehammer games started officially teasing call of duty vanguard last week when multiple content creators received and shared video from the games publisher ahead of expected revealed this month teasers also began appearing in game via warzone with winning players being killed off by a mysterious character at the end of matches colony vanguard promotional material leaked earlier this week with artwork revealing several editions plan for an open beta and more
Smash Ultimate Summit Drama
"Evil is currently capturing the final game communities. I there is one fighting game that isn't representative Evo, but will be in the headlines with one of their major events led to this month. I'm talking, of course, about beyond the summit's, smash ultimate Summit 3 to take us off line, starting on August 26th out of Los Angeles. The Invitational has already confirmed. Appearances from wizzy, MK, Leo, and tweaked to name a few but one name in the voting was unceremonious eliminated. As team liquids. Kirby main hungry box was dropped from the voting process. Hungry box failed to Garner enough votes to let himself a spot of this year's smash, ultimate some attached box himself, took to Twitter calling the voting, a popularity contest. That has a recency bias for streamers with Sabbath on that same week. And that do the travel, he could not create content to help his cause he'll still make an appearance at the tournament as a VIP and content creator. But according to age, Popularity can only get you so far in this situation was primarily about campaigning for yourself,
Why Accessibility Is Important to Podcasting With Bri Moore of 'Power Not Pity'
"Why is accessibility important. Podcasting well from a content creator perspective. You're listening you're missing listenership. Sales different points of views and accessibility is also important because it promotes more inclusion and means that more people will be able to play a larger part in the conversations around what are happening.
Connecting the Dots for Publishers Feat. Kavita Shenoy
"Welcome back to advertising his dead beard. Coweta aiko w we finally doing this And i'm seeing finally because we went through some circles to start off this recording value for you. You had to figure room. Happy valley do the he'd be head of walmart. Divide before we could record. I have had a warm up in more than one. Run up and down. These takings is a be shouting about connected loom. That's not sounding roomy. Because she was upset about the fact that might have f. But i'm also happy doing this. Because i know over the last few months of admin gonna visions space in what's happening with that going to india listener unnoticed. Ingeborg the ghana. Meaning everything else. But there's another huge offered. And i know what you been building really focus on. I i want to start off by asking a The idea for the company come about our the inception and and what can lead you to starting it off so we started out long back we. We broke ground on this company. I wanna save ideo. As i was at google and i was. I wanted to work with above decide. Oh because there was a steam On the youtube side of the business of gruber who was doing a lot of work with publishers. And i happen to go along with them for some meetings and realized that most of these publishers relying heavily on youtube under decision because of that time you know Disposing aren't dando. Content distribution was still a bit expensive proposition for most. Oh more sto- in content creators. it hadn't been democratize as much as it is today. And it wasn't as cheap but they understand that data. They didn't know what do and youtube and actually google as an organization is all about simplifying scanning they don't actually give each publisher. You know very very alert expedience is onto lacrosse required for scheme. And that's davis martin but every publisher like you know has different contents dodgy so they have to use their data differently so when the ida struck me back in two thousand thirteen and then by the time i must have the courage to quit twenty fourteen and i met the founder who then don't duma co-founders Beat the tech Background an illegitimate. Who come with who has offered engineers and we basically decided to tackle the long tail. Initially world'll all of these were publishers. And tell them how to use u.
Using AI vs Content Creators For Newsletter Content
"I am ben amazed and ensuring you have to in the past year. The advanced. That have happened within ai. And i met with a fabio and it was really impressive to me that they are creating content. Be a not people. Writing is a hundred percent. Ai created and that notion that you can create in that way versus staggering as second as you read it and you go through all of the different newsletters that they have. It is absolutely impressive. Yeah i mean. I think that the artificial intelligence ability to understand signals in data is obviously something that humans can't compete with looking at the data. You can collect out of a social media network. How many times somebody tweets who that person is. What is the responsiveness of their audience to that content those all create data signals. And you essentially package up that information to figure out what is the most interesting content on the flip side. There's another model which i mentioned earlier. Brian lead up from the sounds. Profitable podcast something that i follow which is following the ad tech in the podcast industry. Somebody's got to create the content themselves. And that's an example of a creator pouring blood sweat and tears over an industry that they want so at some point you have to have the subject matter experts to filter so the answer is probably we need both. We need creators to create content than than we need artificial intelligence to sort through all the crap to figure out what's good to deliver it to the right person and the artificial intelligence is also creating the content it gets reinforcement by who is clicking on. What and figuring out. What kind of content should be sorted at wax. that there is no editor at essentials. At bobbio there are people who run the business people sales etc but it is a i within creative entity so the machines are taking over and they're creating the content now is this I think that there's two types of content. There is a link roundup. Hey we've gone through the internet. We've we figured out what the biggest best links are. We're gonna package those up and send them in a newsletter and that provides value because we're filtering through all the crap to bring you our audience the content that you want. That's why you subscribe to the newsletter. The part that's the most interesting. You don't need a writer to
Interview With Content Creator, Jeffrey Henderson
"All right so tell us who you are. And what. You do so jeffrey allen. Hindi cinema creative based in harlem new york Team about ten. We take one. Everything from product design to content creation has the european knowing so far. Ooh the years actually ran pretty good. We actually had a nice growth year not in terms of state business. Businesses always been pretty standard even when we went through the trials and tribulations that code. But i think i broaden young folks for the first time and made it official last year so we had some growing pains in terms of people just learning how to be creative in like sort of corporate settings knock corporate setting so that was very new to a lot of us and having agency. Don't like that this year has been. I think an extension of that banana. Everything's opening when the team is definitely more seasons. Surround more exciting because of things i know we can take off so it's been pretty good. I mean i'm i'm pretty sure. People listening can hear the birds in the background. Sounds like you're like some ideal spot right now which is good which is good. I think after the year no no no after after the year. I think all of us have had a little bit of mother. Nature's is gladly. Welcome at this point. Do you have any plans for the summer with agency. Oh this summer where what. We're trying to get back together jordan. I guess january of this year. We had pretty much all tin folks in harlem essentially about five of them stadium. We have a studio here an apartment that we actually ran out airbnb but when we don't it's actually our studio so everybody was sort of working together and that was i. Guess when the world was still kinda close saw. We're gonna try to do a little bit of data again since we can't really travel to the places we need to travel at work on. We're gonna just come back. York settled down in light. He grow
Business Reputation Hackers Secrets With Objection Co. Founder Curtis Boyd
"Talk to me about some of the reputation. Hackers secrets our people building managing and monitoring their reputation. There's kind of two angles at this reputation hacker stuff the first is for building reputations positively even though all synthetic and fake at the end of the day it's positive businesses essentially saying. Hey i'm having a hard time. Getting my customers write reviews normally s because of the lack of intention about providing an amazing experience honestly like businesses. Who are really shelling out. Amazing experiences have no problem generating tons of reviews so for those companies who just don't wanna muster the reputation. Fortitude really are being intentional about providing amazing customer experience. They'd rather spend a few hundred bucks online and go buy some reviews and compete in the marketplace unfortunately more and more people who sell fake reviews. They're starting the sell one-star reviews for competitors. So when you place in order for twenty or thirty positive five star reviews. They're gonna start saying. Hey how about one or two or three negative one star reviews for your competitors in your local market on. We add that to the menu and they found out that they could actually charge a lot more for it so they only charge ten to fifteen bucks for a fake google review since i left. Check yesterday on twenty different sites. They're charging fifty to one hundred dollars for a one star review for your competitors because that's the equivalent of five negative reviews right if when you give it one star. You're taken off a star from four other reviews and anything under five stars looks bad. It's actually eleven to one. So for every one star review get e need eleven. Good wants to mitigate that damage all right so the bad guys the guys that are selling the reviews the synthetic content creators. they're charging a premium to help. You denigrated your competition. That's one secret a dirty one. Also not very good for karma. What are some of the other reputation. Secrets reputation hacker secrets. Well there's a lot of clicking going on just as you said like in podcast yesterday like you can enhance your rating by getting downloads. Because that shows engagement that shows interest the same thing is happening and local listings where people will sell packages that include like synthetic clicks and synthetic traffic to try and drive more engagement on even listing sites like google to try to push people up and it's more benign than fake reviews itself. But it's still interesting to see people offering these tertiary services to try and manipulate these search engines in their algorithms to say. Hey these guys are more relevant and these guys are maybe a better fit for what you're searching
The Inside Story: Niacinamide
"To google trends searches for niacin him. I'd hit a five year high last july. That's around the same time. Content creator hiram yarbrough started gaining traction on youtube and tick-tock and singing the praises of niacin tied to his millions of followers. The new york times has called yarborough a gen z. Whisper for his ability to make or break. Skin care brands among the under twenty five set he's previously told allure that niacin abide is his quote favorite ingredient. Chock it up to coincidence or consider it a testament to the power of tick-tock either way it's undeniable. That niacin has recently gotten a whole lot of attention in the skin world and to that we say it's about time now that we've piqued your interest. It might be nice if we explain what nias cinema. I'd is Dermatologist sherry march. Brian says it best noise cinem- my is a derivative of vitamin b. Three which the cells of our body need so. This is a necessary vitamin for our cells to function properly. The exact mechanism by which it works on. The skin is not entirely understood but there are lots of really good studies that show that both topically as well as orally it can affect the function of ourselves and the skin in
5 Amazing Minecraft Survival Spawns for July2021
"Today we'll be covering some of the most amazing minecraft survival spawns on the minecraft marketplace for july twenty twenty one survival spawns or maps are perhaps some of the earliest custom game modes introduced in craft. The premise is simple. Creative content creators create a map with custom builds mechanics game play and maybe even command block scripts players then. Download the map and loaded into their own single player world or multiplayer server then play. The minecraft marketplace has created a platform for creative folk to offer lots of unique downloadable content. There are tons of different types of maps ranging from extremely difficult to a walk in the park and from medieval theme to sleek and modern. This list includes a range of all sorts of map genres themes and difficulties. Will you challenge yourself or are you just looking to load up a map and explore. Let's get into things. Multi-world secret base by diluvian. Starting up your minecraft journey in a brand new vanilla. Survival map can be hard. What with zombies chasing you down while you were just minding your own business at night or skeletons shooting you right into that ravine while you're trying to mind some iron and let's not get started with what happens when the creepers find your base and you hear that dreaded his multi-world secret base by levin is a unique survival spun that aims to give you a very cool boost starting out in minecraft at save points across all three minecraft dimensions in the form of awesome secret bases each section of the secret base provides you with a way to access the other parts having never portals and end portals to allow for easy travel between them each base also comes with much more for you to explore and discover giving you a ton of resources and space to make each base your own download multi-world secret base jungle oasis by four k s studios when the exhaustion of toiling in mine shafts and the wear and tear of fighting mobs finally catches up to you. Why not take a break. Go on vacation
Why You Should Monetize Your Podcast With Sponsorships Over Subscriptions
"Gimme. The lay of the land for how content creators are monitoring their content. The good news is a lot of ways that concentrator monetize today. That's good because it means that there is incentive for people to create really good content because they can actually make money from it and that's one of the most exciting things about the critter economy really spinning up and kicking into full gear. Some of the main ways monetization programmatic advertising sponsorships merchandise subscriptions. I'm obviously a huge fan of sponsorships. And tell you why i think. That's the best way for concentrator monetize because it's actually something it's valuable for their audience as sponsorship has to be something that fits naturally and is useful so it can actually be a win win. The craters audience gets something useful for them in the brand. It's something that's super effective and something they can drive the conversions that they want nothing gets subscriptions. I think that there's a place for subscriptions on concepts as well. The only thing that. I don't really like about it is that i think that really high quality contents educational content should be available to everyone and shouldn't be pay walled off to only the people who can afford it. My issues with subscriptions are that they limit the growth of your audience. Right somebody has to go through the paywall. Now look if you're able to monetize it in a way where a few people are paying a ton for your content. That's great but you're not gonna get a big audience if you're making everybody pay for the content mostly when there's so much content out there that they can get for free so you bring an interesting take to it from the criticized side that you're actually saying that. Subscriptions can be counterproductive for crater to monetize essentially because crater can make more money with a larger and more loyal audience. And you're saying that. Subscriptions can actually hinder to growth of alert more audience. I think it's a question of exactly how you put it. What's the long term growth if i'm charging people to consume my content. They're going to be less people that are consuming my content so i have less opportunity. Laying less of an audience to south through other monetization channels
ThoughtLeaders CEO David Tintner Decscribes What Brands Look For In A Sponsorship Campaign
"David welcome back to the mark tech. Podcast thanks for having me excited to have you back on the show yesterday. You told us a little bit about how you took sort of a platform that you created for yourself as a creator and realize how valuable the data was and started helping. Brands connect with creators. And you sort of built a saas platform out of that. That makes you one of the world's experts on understanding how content creators and sponsorships really works. Wanna talk to you about. What brands are looking for ian content sponsorships when you think about some of the largest brands in the world you know i think of squarespace and mail chimp and quimby. You know there's all these podcasts saturating. Advertising brands are different from the people. That are doing customize sponsorships. That's an advertising play. Talk to me about what you consider a sponsorship to be. that might be different than just buying ads. I consider a sponsorship to be an advertisement that is integrated and feels natural within the contents. Obviously we're talking about digital sponsorships here not sponsorships like say sports teams but digital sponsorship. At least in order for it to be done and executed well should be integrated tightly within the contents and that means that the brand product that's appearing in the sponsorship has to be first of all a great fit for the audience that's listening to or viewing that content. because if it's not a great fit and beginning no amount of creative fluff is gonna make up for that but just being a great fitting products for that. Audience is not enough. The sponsorship itself actually has to be done in the right context of the content with the right transition and really feeling that the creator. The person who's built that audience in his sharing that constant with their audience is actually standing behind this brand anything. That's actually the key. Difference of our why sponsorships are often much more effective than other forms of advertising in standard ad. Placements is basically. That is because it's an endorsement from the person who's built up a loyal audience. That's coming back and listening to their contents over and over. That person is actually endorsing this brand saying to their audience. You should go try it. You should goodbye. It trust me and they can't do that with products or brands. That are not good. Were not a good fit for their audience because they will quickly lose their audience distrust. And that's everything for creator.
Are Black Creators Really on ‘Strike’ From TikTok?
"According to my best and friend of the pod taylor law from the new york times of twenty one year old content creator and dancer posted a fake out. Dance on tiktok. His name is eric. Lewis or louis. I'm not sure how he pronounces it in the video. He looks like he's about to dance to Medicine the stallion one of my favorites New single Thought algebra even at that and when the beat drops he basically flipped the bird and says to the camera psych. You don't know what psych means that means like I trust you in Slang from the eighties and he basically puts a caption that says. This app would be nothing without b. l. k. People black people. The video has racked up over one hundred. Twenty eight thousand likes on tick tock And it went viral on twitter. According to laurenz. And i'm going to quote here. Some tweets suggests that black raiders on tiktok had seemingly agreed not to choreograph a dance to the song which would force non black users to come up with dances on their own and prove how essential black raiders are to the platform in a later. Tiktok eric. the person who promoted this video sad black folks have always had to galvanize and riot and protest to get their voices heard that same dynamic is displayed on tiktok. Said we're being forced to collectively protest a user deja on twitter Said that black creators are telling each other to not make a dance to the new megan the samsung to prove they are the backbone of the app another quote. We are being exploited. And that's the core issue. Black folks have had in terms of labor. Mr lewis or louis. Sorry if i'm pronouncing correctly. These millions of likes. That should all translate to something. How do we get real money. Power and proper compensation reserve and the tweet from taylor today to frame this as an issue around dance credits misses the point. It's about so much more and speaks to broader issues of labor in the creator economy. We are being exploited. And that's a core issue. Black folks have always had in terms of labor. Eric said
Will the Content Entrepreneur Business Continue to Boom?
"Here's the thing. This is just the tip of the iceberg. This industry is because for whatever reason the last year and a half you've had venture capital capitalists. You've had a high big tech companies that have realized that they can make money with content creators. Who are not just doing. A side gig anymore or side-hustle as maybe gary banner check check. Call it. they're actually building businesses. And that's what what's interesting and these businesses. Oh they can spend money and they will spend money and they are spending money and where what. I'm the the data point that i would like to get to and i haven't figured out a way to do it. Maybe you know robert is. I'm trying to figure out how you can tell the numb if you say that. The united states has you've had x. number of businesses started in america in the last twelve months. How can you show the number of those businesses that content entrepreneurs he can't. I can't figure out a way to do it right now. But i think that that's kind of what we're striving toward. Because i believe nobody thought that the youtubers of the world or the twitch streamers or whatever would be able to be self sufficient not even that but to start hiring people and to start buying marketing services and data services and advertising services and really. be the You know this content creator content entrepreneurs real is the one driving this entire creator economy.
"content creator" Discussed on Board Game Impact
"The designers and the company's pedigree so dire wolf digital has come out with some pretty in my opinion fun and engaging content over the last while and the designers of this. The team that made the come together is the group that also did klenk the deck building game. Which i've personally played a bunch of times with my wife with friends things like that. And so from that lens if you are somebody who cares about pedigree and cares about proof of concept of one's work as an author and content creator then this might be important to you or not or if you had a negative interpretation of clank index building. You might not want to lean on that from another land though was particularly the deck building aspects or the worker placement aspects or the fact that it's even got cubes and we'll talk about that but the mechanics themselves might for you or for me bring out some different reactions right. So because it's got depth building well if i don't like having to keep shuffling my deck and i just want to focus on xyz. Then i might not want to try this or there might once i see that word it might voca reaction for me guy so this actually happened with the game. Pendle pendulum by stone mar games. So stone myers the bunch games and in there. It said time and that there's going to be sad timers so the fact that that game had sand timers made people go now and not even give it a second chance order. Lean into it now. We leaned into it. If you want to hear her thoughts on it and experiences with it go check out the podcast but the mechanics themselves can make you be like sure.
"content creator" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast
"And we will be using this as the springboard for the growth of the game lands or platform any strategic Partnerships. We met with teams or Brands and any additions we have in our pipeline. We're growing at around three hundred thousand new fans a week or in the that's absolutely absurd on the content hub. What works so well on the platform gaming Clips clearly are doing really well, but what other Secrets tips and tricks do you guys use to make your content get picked up by the algen and be well-liked by 6. Community? Yeah, since we have such a large platform and we have the distribution. We actually have a large variety of content creators that work exclusively with us and submit content and we know that these creators have content that performs historically well on our Network in the past. So it very high confidence we can say hey everytime user X and gets a fortnight video for us. We know historically a performs and we're just very careful about what we post. We try to be at timely trending and also the most important part is wrong. Where do you source that content from does it come from people on the game Lance or platform? How does it work within the general business mission of game Lancer? We have a video feature on our platform and that's something we're really rallying behind. So Gamers and users and creators actually have the ability to upload their own videos to the game Lancer platform in our internal team and staff will actually review those and the ones they approve they will post across our Network. So we intake it gets DM to us and request some content sometimes for example Among Us is very popular right now. We want to see what the best Among Us Clips in the community are so we'll post the video on our channels and say send me your Black Angus videos on content. Game Lancer. And we will get a lot of submissions and pick the winners. Definitely. I mean you can't argue with the numbers. Yeah about 70 million likes are just dead game Lancer handle alone on all the different videos. You mentioned the algorithm on Tik Tok and it's different from many of the other game. Platforms in that it can be really difficult to be discovered as a new content creator. And for some reason Tik-Tok seems to just the way it delivers individual videos to you. It seems to allow them to be discovered. Do you want other gaming platforms to introduce a little bit more discoverability on their platforms? Like Tik Tok has it's been so successful for tic talk to allowed new creators to be discovered, you know people a lot of twitch streamers that would void about this cuz you go down. Yeah. No, I would love that. I mean if you look at which you took any game and you go sort by recently joined, you'll see a graveyard a very good great Gamers very good content creators pages and.
"content creator" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
"There's there's I'm sure there's legions of pokemon trainers out there where the cute factor is the driving force in their pokemon journey. So yeah, you can never can't sleep on the cuteness. cuteness is exceptionally important like absolutely. But that's awesome and what's when you're not creating content what what do you do in your spare time? What do you are you? Are you fulltime content creator part-time concentrator. I am a hobbyist content creator for sure part time I am a fulltime educator. So that is definitely my passion in life, and that's where a lot of my time and energy goes is into being a teacher. That's awesome. What do you teach I teach middle school while I'm one hundred percent middle school geography this year but I I've taught everything from. Spanish I've taught ancient civilizations. I've taught civics. Everything have you taught a lesson about Polka Mongo regionals Yet. So. Have, you ever gotten any of your students in trouble for playing the game or is is there has there been like a Polka moment with your students Oh, it's definitely something that my students know that I play. I have pokemon stuff in my room all the time I have pre cova times when you could like have students the Roman we can touch stuff this plush masterful. So when we would.
"content creator" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast
"Week we like to spotlight at least one content creator outside of you know your logical fallacies dot, com or the supporter. Shout out just give it a little dedicated time to somebody or something creating something that..
"content creator" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"And, that is where that's where you acknowledged privilege and you don't say like. I don't say it's bad that that it's optional for me to engage because it's not bad that it's optional for me to. What's bad is that it's not optional for anyone else for me. I don't view white. Privilege is something that I need to give up what I view is white. Privilege should be everybody privilege, and should be something where we're trying to raise the bar for everyone and gave opportunities for everyone, so that's where I said. podcasting comes into this. I initial plan for absurdity was and I still do this was to give voice and used my platform to highlight other people, but what it turned into was actually me being able to use my skill in podcasting knowledge to then just fully empower you to build your own platform, right and utilize your own platform. Yep and that's far more. Far better than anything else that I could do on my own show. Because what that saying is I mean that's? That's giving agency. That's giving power that should have already been there for you and was already there for you, and and saying like APP. Go and create. You don't need me if if I'm still putting in a position where you need me than I've done nothing. So it makes sense again breakaway from the absurd podcast network, you break from me from everything and you'd be fine. You could never talk to me again and you have the base amount of knowledge that you need to completely sustain your own work. So. That's the point is I. Don't want to create more dependent victims I want to create I WANNA create an and and empower independent. Independent creatives and So two today, what are you hoping people will do because you are a content creator. Yes, we've talked about you know empowering others and things like that, but also and all these videos and podcasts, and there is a call to action. And so, what is your call to action? What do you want people to take away from? Yeah so a lot of what I want people to take away from what I do. Has To do with the way that we have conversations so..
"content creator" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast
"You know used content and reuse the content and the other thing that it's interesting to me about that practice. When I look at some of my older contact content. It's stinks. I mean I can say that to myself my five year younger. Self content creator here I am not a big fan of reading some of this content. Honestly that I created I don't like how I'm. Being snarky, it's not even necessary to be snarky. Sometimes the tone is just kind of like wide it. Why does that need to be in here? Sometimes it's not getting to the point. Sometimes, my opinion changed right or something else changed, and that's the other reason. Why this is a good strategy because when you take old content. You can update it and you can. Make a current because when you blog about something about social media strategy from five years ago, chances are. It probably needs to be updated. Anyway, so then what I do is i. consider what an article, especially if it needs to be updated. And then I consider. What should I do with it, and the options really are. that. I take the old article and I just update that and right directly in there sometimes do that. When an article previously had a lot of us, it's already ranking. I might do that sometimes what I found. Maybe a few years ago. My my seo research skills were not necessarily where I would have liked them. Be and I really didn't target the right phrase didn't target the right keywords I didn't. Do. The do the right up front work, and that's okay. It happens but that doesn't mean. I have to be married to that article page so what I do I. Delete the old article copy and paste the content assets over the text. If, there's good images whatever into a new article and a lot of times I make that part of the the new article as a section now what you do. In wordpress..
"content creator" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show
"Don't think that the only way that you can get yourself through. This time is to wait for the clubs churches, the IT, the old opportunities to reopen and I don't mean to be negative, but they may never opened the same way they will. They were before. So I see it as an opportunity. My opportunity came when I see no again. I left my church. I left. My I've done two full jumps out of careers. I went from full time teaching. In two part time Homeschool Dad, part time minister music part time. Musician! That I made the jump from full time ministry, which that transition earlier into. full-time content creator. Musician I like I have so many titles behind me I. Don't even know what to call myself anymore. But that's the point that transitions were. They were piece by piece pivot by pivot. But. He's at each pivot. A had to take some pieces of the last few careers in the last few ideas and take the pieces and start to put the puzzle together to what will be the next pivot. And, so my first pivot from musician to from teacher, obviously from teacher to. Musician and a creative creative work. took allow those pieces of teaching, but they left behind the public, school system. And then the next piece might have left behind the full time ministry aspect, but kept ministry, and it kept some pieces were those skills was still appropriate for the next pivot, but the entire package didn't fit. So as you can see what I'm describing as a process of pivoting and moving your skills to the next thing, but you don't throw out. Throw away the baby with the bathwater. You continue to pivot and move things around, but don't. Forget that the skills that you apply to the last thing will apply to the next thing, but only if you do so in a way that you actually open your mind to the new next thing. and. Don't try to make it. Look like what you did last. What I do now at forty five years old looks nothing like what I was doing at thirty nothing. It's an entirely different lifestyle. But I never seen it had not taken those small pivots and slowly started to wean myself off. What I? Think would be. My lifestyle would be my way of doing..
"content creator" Discussed on The Thought Card
"People ought to talk more about those knows. It's never going to be. A LINEAR PATH is always gonNA be a lot of ups and downs and I think the main thing is to is to remember why you're doing it, and that's where I think. A lot of people struggle now. If you created you know if if you're creating a brand or content, only for the monetary side of things, you know you might be in trouble now. Of course you should have some business accurate and be smart and think about how can you meant monetize it, but monetization can't be the crux of your purpose. Yes, that is gold. That's gems because it is a long long and hard journey like you mentioned Chris so I can totally relate to that. So I think for me as a content creator travel concrete. It hit me that travel like when I'm traveling. And then I write about it or creed consonant I could actually monetize my travel. And it's hard to say when that modernization will come, but the more I travel, the more create content, the more I'm able to monetize my stories and my skills and my craft. So when did you realize that travel could be a revenue driver for you? Yeah I think it was really just when I realized that all my passions were sort of colliding so writing travel and photography, and all this kind of stuff, and I think also the. It's the idea of like there are these opportunities out that whatever you're interested in. There are going to be opportunities out there so i. knew that I was passionate writing in travel and photography, and it was really just about slowly, but surely sort of getting that validation to know that I could do it. and once you do it once then you know what I if anyone's. Looking for actual example there's like everything I did and have done I just sort of continued to add to my portfolio page traveling Mitch Dot com slash portfolio, and literally that's like that is my page of validation, so if I remember feeling down and just go there and I'm like all right I've been busy. You know but I think you start small. Start measured so I think the first article that I had for a print magazine was a magazine Soul called ten magazine, and I wrote about comedy clubs in Seoul so you start small. And then you get larger largest set your sights higher and higher so I think from the freelance writing, said things. I think probably people can understand how that works. It's not quite as lucrative as it used to be for sure but I think the the other side of that is is figuring out you know. Monetize your your your website in your brand. That's something which is. I think it's probably never been. Easier to do, but it's also never been harder to get in front of people and so that's where you would wanna learn things like search, engine, optimization, and things like that, and we can talk a little bit about that, but I think as far as travels a revenue driver. What I'm thinking about now. Is that each place I travel to? Is An opportunity to gather content which then I can sort of. Put into a myriad of channels,.
"content creator" Discussed on The Thought Card
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"content creator" Discussed on The Thought Card
"The way to save time and for me it's also an awesome way to break up the day. I have morning early afternoon workout. Get a good sweat in and then finish off my day so for me. Working out lunch was a no brainer. Three now. This is actually more applicable now that I am working from home more often. Is that I actually wake up early to get work done. Now again. It's May fifth at the time of this recording. I am working on my third book and I've found that and I discovered that in the morning I am the most creative so I am able to write create and think of ideas, and I'm so fresh and I'm so alert in the morning, so that is the time that I wanted to vote to mike creative projects, so that could be writing a blog post, or that could mean recording a video or working on my book, so what I do now knowing that I start the day at nine. Nine am if I get a fire? Wake up at five forty five. I have two and a half three hours before I actually have to log into working on my workday, so get so much done now. I know that there are a lot of people who have talked about waking up early and I try that when I was actually like commuting into work, and it was so hard, but for some reason right now, I feel great I feel so primed to wake up early. So what I try to do now is I. Try to wake up at six. And you know, get ready to start my day and I'm sitting by the computer working on my book by six thirty and I'm able to finish our projects by eight forty five. Take a small little break and start my work day nine am so that is one of the ways I found. That has been super helpful, and it actually works for me better when I'm working from home versus when I was commuting to work my number. Four tip is managing your calendar. It's so important at least for me to have. Have everything that I'm doing on a calendar especially when it comes to meeting with other people, so one of the things that I do a lot of collaboration with other with other content creators I'm in a lot of meetings, a lot of mastermind groups, and if it's not on my calendar, I am going to forget so I really stick to my calendar and the night before I can look at my counter to see. What is it that I have planned for that day? Are there any special events? Are there any? Things that have to collaborate with people are talk. People prepare for so that has helped me a lot, so that I can manage my time. I highly recommend sticking to your calendar and updating often so you can avoid any on pleasant surprises all right so again. I am a concrete or so this is framed as content creator. Time Management Right now. My fifth tip is all about creating contents, so how we frame it is that you know I have a full-time job and I cannot compete with content creators who are full time like they can. They can bust out so much more content than I can. However, what is the amount of content that I can create a week that. That will make me feel number one productive and number two really good and pushes my brand forward so what I have come up with for myself as I try, and I aim to produce one new piece of content every single week now because I have multiple platforms that could be a blog post, or it could be a podcast at or now could be also youtube channel I'm at the card on Youtube so go ahead and check me out, so my goal again is to create one piece of content per week, so that I am not over wellness again. I also think that when it comes to creating content. That's like twenty percent of your job as a content creator..
"content creator" Discussed on The Thought Card
"Savvy travellers welcome to another episode of the Thought Card podcast today it's going to be a solo show and I'm going to share with you. Some of the tips and things that I've learned as a published author. So if you haven't listened, choose the previous episode I share all about my new book, which is called a affording travel, and this is the book that I wish I had when I was in college, and I was in graduate school when I was a young adult, trying to figure out life trying to save money to travel and really developing the strategies that I've used over the past five years, so this book really has everything I know about saving and affording travel. Travel I'm not GonNa, tell you to stop drinking coffee like my tastes. I'm not gonNa tell you this all your belongings, although all these things work, but there are different strategies that I've US and other financially savvy travellers have used as well so to piggyback off of that episode. I really wanted to share with you. What I've learned. Because of the journey of becoming an author still is mind boggling for me and the first thing I really WanNa. Talk about is limiting. Limiting beliefs really held me back. I've been wanting to write a book for years four years, but what I've learned is that if you are a content creator meaning if you are a blogger if you're podcast stor, if you are a Youtuber, whatever medium you're using to create content. You are a author. You have all the skills inside of you to become an author especially, if you are a blogger, okay, if you a blogger, you have all the skills inside of you to become an author. Definitely it'll be different of the formatting and how you talk to your audience for sure you will learn a bunch of things along the way as you start writing books, but. I sat on the idea that I needed to be an author. Before I ever became an author and I didn't realize that I was practicing..
"content creator" Discussed on The Complete Creative
"And don't be afraid to ask for your value and ask for early and double down on all the work it takes to put into what you put out in the world. I love that because I was in a conversation with an artist. The other day who was someone was come would come to the people would come to the table and And say Oh my my daughter can do that or my. My brother could do that or whatever and he said. Doesn't that ever happened to you? And I was like literally does not happen to me because I make it very clear that no one can do the thing that I do from the beginning like my books. There's a reason my books are hardcover. And I'm so meticulous with them and it's because when I go to people and say hey. Do you like the meticulous books that I make you like. How like I come over every detail and like how the presentation and then that requires money to do and this is what it costs to make that. And this is what I'm going to charge to make that and also People used to come to me and say well. Why are you like? Why don't you just do this for free? I would say because then I would think at a job and do you want like if I were took a job. This would take me ten times longer to make so. Do you want it to take ten times longer? There's like no. I want it tomorrow when I was like then. I need to get paid for this thing. And that's like the transaction is more to do this quickly then I then I need to get paid for it if you wanted to take three years then like I guess I could do for free on my spare time but like this stuff takes a lot of effort to do absolutely and I think the the thing that oftentimes people under value is you're putting the good product at the world's right and just like if you go to a store or restaurant you know. People know the difference between a good and bad product. They know they can tell us. Something seamless and painstaking and really get and it can certainly tell if you put no time into it. And so if you're a content creator who puts a lot of time in a ticketless nece and care into the product you put out in the world your audience values and there's a reason they come to you and they keep coming back to you Because known Sir be on the receiving end of shitty products. Like why why? Why would spend their time doing that? Especially if there's a bunch of free content on there but if you're creating a really good product and it's valuable and people can helds really good then your audience understands how they come to you and they will pay for your product. You made a really good point about That free costs and I think that one of the big mindset shift for me when I first started is to understand that like most people are downloading these crappy. These free book that are mostly bad and like it's taking them a lot of time to go through them and realize it's bad if you can just convince them that like if you just they just give you money. You're going to make a good book or a good product or a good thing and they don't have to waste all of their time going through these thousands of free books. They can just pay you for your time and like and you will give them something every single time that delivers. I think. That's a really powerful message that I've been using recently And it's been working really well for me. If you set the expectation that by by giving you money you're going to give someone something good not only. Did you have one good customer? You have a consistent customer and so you know the prioritizing really strong project the world is incredibly important. Yeah you also were talking about public radio and there's something else that public radio does really well is. They have A. They have a way to do these. Pledge Drugs like they do. These drives two three times a year and all of their attention is focused on a short amount of time. Just how much value they bring and and they're using all of their resources to show you just how great the thing is and because they're doing it and kind of their entire Their entire Company shifts to this one thing it becomes a lot easier for them to make it even more apparent during these short bursts that that That this is something that you should contribute to for the long-term public radio so fascinated you know because baiser organize their pledge drives into sprints and they spend a lot of time to organizing the world around especially during the rabbits ironies. Six weeks sprints that they do Really doubling down on helping demonstrate the value of what they do and try to generate a lot of support which is fantastic. I was really interesting about some of the other folks out there. That aren't necessarily public. Radio is that they spread this these ass out over time and I don't serve consolidate other asks over the course of six weeks. I don't actually know which is which is more or less effective but the public radio models really fascinating because it tells you if you've consistent audience and you don't WanNa smell time asking them to step up and he's focus all your work into a set period of time you results can be really public. Radio doesn't do those they don't offer should've extra content or additional benefits. Enterprise makes sense for them to consolidate all their assets experience time because they don't want to spread all that work over the entirety of the year. Better to make a really good ask for a short period of time and unused that reliably bill up their donor base. Y'All it's nice when you're a creator and you most creators that I know having a version to money. I don't know why having a version of money but they haven't aversion to like asking for money so maybe if they were to just think of it as like I'm only gonNA ask for money in these short amount of time really like a really push it in this short amount of time like they were like kickstarter or another product launch. Then you can spend the rest of your time. Maybe not pushing so hard to like build the community. Because you're doing these big sort of like new new fan of drives Only a couple of times a year while the rest of the time is made for your like less pushy asks or something like that actually. That's.
"content creator" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"<music> hello hi and welcome to another episode of the gun gun show. Thank you for joining me. It's wonderful that your hair. I am your host and we're going to war and i'm very pleased to say that my guest on this episode is alice. Living now. Alice is a health and wellbeing content creator bestselling author and personal trainer in fact. There's so many things that this lovely woman does. That's just the tip of the iceberg you may you may called fitness influence her and her journey to this huge social media presence she currently has six hundred thirty six thousand thousand followers on instagram has been really interesting one. I found dollars because we happen to know a lot of people in common. So every time i went on instagram content content would turn up in my you might like to follow section so we haven't actually met in real life but social media kept putting in front of me on this is a qualified personal trainer and i honestly have saved so many of her workout videos and tutorials and have created so many circuit workouts from her feet. If you've ever seen me on my instagram where i'm at emerson's just doing my own workout likely i would have nicked it from alice sort of combined a couple of videos to create circuit. They are so good and they're really informative. They tell you how did the exercise while you're doing. The exercise and the combinations are really smart because she knows what she's is talking about. She is an influence coming from a place of authority and from a place of having a qualification. I genuinely think instagram is genius. The towel and i've always been so impressed that she gives this. We golden mint content as my friend would say away for free on her main. Good all you have to do is just go in in front of her if you've ever felt silly about during workouts at home or i'm not really sure how to do that with that and if i want to do that how i should put that together then i sincerely really i highly recommend you follow her videos because they are as useful in terms of four and how to how do exercises as they are in content. I find myself watching them a couple of times over just to make sure i know exactly what i should be doing like. Should i be using my gluts for that or should i be pulling from here. It's really really informative stuff and it's just there on her main grid. The same goes for her strength training contact which is actually also very brilliant naturally as long time listeners can imagine once wants. I started down the rabbit hole. I wanted to commit her to audio in this podcast inquisitive about fitness wellness and health but also bees in this conversation we discuss gas going up online at twenty six alice words college when she started sharing content on social media platforms long before sort of being a social media a person influence or whatever you might like to call it was really a thing and we talk about the role of social media can play in one's mental health both the good and the bad we talk about self esteem the impact training herself and others don't have physical emotional and mental health we also discussed going with the flow and following the path of least resistance following.
"content creator" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tweeted maybe in a video game content creator I recognize the efforts that going to video game production it's filled with life and passion in a way other platforms can't simply interpret I only wish more people saw such efforts Colin I wonder if that's kind of part of the crux of the challenges that you know writing video games is a passion you get to kind of you know be in the toy store and build the toys and because companies know that you feel a passion for this kind of work they gotcha and they can kind of treat sure how they want to that is absolutely the case and if it goes through to the the top of these companies in that a lot of them were founded by the soul of Mavericks in the eighties and the nineties who were I'm happy to work crazy long now as they were just doing what I had always done which is messing around with computers with their friends but now the same people amid lights that multi millionaires and they kind of expect the same thing form the people below them but those people are never going to be multi millionaires that just wage workers and I think that this attitude that the games industry is this place for for a free flying Mavericks needs to change of the this is a job like any other and for most people it can be a pretty boring job mean Q. why it is not that much fun it sounds like fun playing games with that actually it really isn't do you get the sense calling at the heads of these companies give a damn I think some of them do some of them are trying to find ways to resolve this I mean I I do sympathize with them if you look at a company like epic the amount of work that they dealing with because they can be so successful it's extremely difficult for them to just find the people who can do the job epic the companies are ex four nine that's right and so is it so the the the the the work force on to the people they already have and some of those people get work too hard and then they leave and so the problem comes around and around and so epic recently they close their company tools for a couple of weeks just to give the people a bit of time off which was which was good of them I suppose but it still shows that the problem is systemic and that you know that's not going to solve the problem tool Dave tweeted I've never played the game for night and after hearing about the horrible working conditions at epic games I never will I will instead support respond entertainments free game apex legends approving development team I hear they have a better working environment and ethics interesting you should mention that Dave because the CEO of respond Vince Zampella is one of the people that we caught up with at E. three respond as he said is the publisher behind apex legends tighten fall and the hotly anticipated upcoming game jet I fall in order here's part of what we heard from respond CEO Vince Zampella it is a people business so.
"content creator" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Tweeted me being a video game content creator I recognize the efforts that going to video game production it's filled with life and passion in a way other platforms can't simply interpret I only wish more people saw such efforts Colin I wonder if that's kind of part of the crux of the challenges that you know braiding video games is a passion you get to kind of you know be in the toy store and build the toys and because companies know that you feel a passion for this kind of work they gotcha and they can kind of treat sure how they want to that is absolutely the case and if he goes through to the the top of these companies in that a lot of them were founded by the soul of Mavericks in the eighties and the nineties who I'm happy to work crazy long hours they were just doing what I had always done which is messing around with computers with their friends but now the same people amid lights that multi millionaires and they kind of expect the same thing form the people below them but those people are never going to be multi million as they just wage workers and I think that this attitude that the games industry is this place for for a free flying Mavericks that needs to change of the this is a job like any other and for most people it can be a pretty boring job mean Q. why it is not that much fun it sounds like fun playing games will die but actually it really isn't do you get the sense calling at the heads of these companies give a damn I think some of them do some of them are trying to find ways to resolve this man I I do sympathize with them if you look at a company like epic the amount of work that they dealing with because they can be so successful it's extremely difficult for them to just find the people who can do the job epic the companies are ex four nine that's right and so is it so the the the the the work force on to the people they already have and some of those people get work too hard and then they leave and so the problem comes around and around and so epic recently they close their company tools for a couple of weeks just to give that people a bit of time off which was which was good of them I suppose but it still shows that the problem is systemic and that you know that's not going to solve the problem tool I'm Joshua Johnson you're listening to one a Dave tweeted I've never played the game for night and after hearing about the horrible working conditions at epic games I never will I will instead support respond entertainments free game apex legends approving development team I hear they have a better working environment and ethics interesting you should mention that Dave because the CEO of respond Vince Zampella is one of the people that we caught up with at E. three respond as he said is the publisher behind apex legends tighten fall and the hotly anticipated upcoming game jet I fall in order here's part of what we heard from respond CEO Vince Zampella it is a people business.
"content creator" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Adding ability is typically indirect proportion to your earning ability. Absolutely. So keep going out getting new non skill set. Sharpening your ghost war? Add more value and make more money and have a bigger impact in the world. So that you brought that up. What do you feel like some good advice for the aspiring entrepreneur who's sitting there in in a position where you guys once were who says I've got a nine to five job. I think that you two are amazing. I want to go out, and I want to follow my own passionate create my own business, just short and sweet you share one piece of advice and you short advice. What do we tell this aspiring entrepreneurs the right time to get started? I'll say number one is be a content creator. So whether that's you decide to start writing whether that means you start doing videos, whether that means you start going to interview people at live events, you just need to become a content creator quotes pictures. Whatever you're good at find something that you have a passion for and just create content because no one's gonna find you. No one's going to know what you're all about unless you create content and put it out there. So just create content. Simple. I love it. And one of my favorite quotes life doesn't happen to you. It happens for you. So if you look at a failure or something setback or you're dealt this this bad hand. That's that's not. That's the I don't like that mindset. I like the mindset of these things are happening to strengthen me for next time. It's happening for me to show me the right path. So I think mindset shift that big mindset shift in me when I when I heard that in adopted that was huge to me. It was all these little failures. It's all for reason. It's not that I should be down to myself because if you're down on yourself, and you lose confidence. That's it. You need to stay confident realize. Okay. That's that's good. I'm I'm happy because that didn't work now. I can try other things that will could work. What a great reframe, you know, things happening to me. They're happening for me and just that little shift in frame love you guys talk stars predate. You got on the show working people are more about.
"content creator" Discussed on Digitally Sassy
"I'm a visual person. I know that if I can't see it, it doesn't exist. So I need things out readily for me to see and disturb. It those baby steps a second tip. I have is avoid negotiating with yourself hands up. If you're self negotiator. I think we've all done it. I think actually were probably the masters of that internal dialogue is should. I do this or I could do it tomorrow instead or maybe I'll do extra tomorrow 'cause I don't want to do it today. I'm sure next week is a better time sounds a lot like procrastination, doesn't it and were masters of it. If you have scheduled, for example, time to check and respond to your. Email at a certain time every morning show up and just do it. If you're head starts telling you that later or tomorrow for no real reason, there's nothing that's really motivating that other than that, self negotiation. Is that motivation internal motivation be aware that you're negotiating with yourself. And don't do it. I'm a master procrastination. I must admit and one of the tips. I I do is a have procrastination action list. And it's all those little things it really usually doesn't have anything to do about business. It's all those other things in life. Filing taxes, organizing papers, those sort of things so what I do is when I have again of being a visual person, I have an action list. So these random thoughts come who. I need to do that, you know, that go on for months, sometimes they're on my list and being visual. They're more apt to get dealt with when they're. On the list. So that's just another side tip on just that procrastination action. Kind of like a to do those ones are the ones I've been dragging my feet on. So somehow the act of showing up its powerful, and that's half the battle. If you didn't want to do that Email thing and you were negotiating with yourself. Just go sit at your desk and open your Email. That's it. That's all I want to do and lo and behold, you're going to be dealing with your Email. It's so much easier. Once you get that first baby toe in the door, so get small steps and look for sort of those flags when you start hearing yourself negotiating with it. And again back to my treadmill example just walking on days where I'm tired, always leads to good workout. I don't wanna do it. I'm putting it off. And but if I just stand on the treadmill, suddenly it just kinda goes in you have to stop thinking about it. And just do it. My third tip is. -veloping schedule. There's so many moving parts to our online work and as solo preneurs you wear a gazillion. Hats, I could list them all, but you probably know because you've got a gazillion hats as an entrepreneur. And you have a lot of hats just being you right with family and friends and those things as well. There's so many moving parts to our online work. It's easy to be pulled in a number of directions. And this can be especially true when social media comes into play. If you're a content creator, try setting time or time or a day or both for research set a day for writing or record it set a time for social.