22 Burst results for "Fifty Thousand Followers"
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on No Agenda
"Is stupid. Is that the one you hope the head. Yup yes. she's that's well stupid to say it. That's double stupid shoe. You're stupid to think it. And now you're stupid to say at you do an idiot if i running a company and it costs me five bucks sell. A product of the government is going to tax me an extra say what amounts to a dollar per item. I'll just at the dodgers to the price of the product is going to. I'm not gonna hide here. Of course not no. I'd be responsible but also beating is what she says. I can't believe. I hate to tell you this but you want me to play the worst. This is the most stupidest thing the most naive thing that anybody in that position that she's in can possibly say to the public of course and then somebody would record it. And then and then we'd ridicule her for it but she deserves it obviously. The president's commitment remains not raising taxes for anyone making less than four hundred thousand dollars a year. There are some. And i'm not sure if this is the case in this report who argue that in the past companies have passed on these costs to consumers. I'm not sure if that's the argument being made in this report we feel that. That's unfair and absurd. And the american people would not stand for that. But i will take a closer look at this report and get you a more substantive response jack. American people won't stand for it to have no choice in some cases with no choice. Well i think it is it is. Everything's changing. We are in the middle of something really. Big big big changes and the hyperlink is in severe danger. The actual currency of the internet's instance inception or the web. The hyperlink seems to be just going extinct as witnessed by our otherwise very intelligent producers. Who for some reason keeps sending me screen shots of articles with no link. This is this is very very very troubling today. Zuma's do no longer understand the value of the hyperlink so someone will send me. This is how this is how dumb it is. I'm sorry it's almost emmy a screen shot of a twitter post. That has that is of a tweet of an actual article. So i have to go find this person by name. Gotta go find that post to go. Find that article screen shots sock. And i'm very worried about it. Boy we're taught by bringing about personal pet peeve because things are changing and people have to stay on their game people are given up on stuff and falling succumbing succumbing to the the overlords. I know this other newsletter afterwards finalized. But i had a i got it from No agenda social this picture of this of the woman whistle quote unquote whistle blower. Who we is a spook and it's a tweet from her and she's she's join twitter on october six and she's got a blue checkmark. She got a blue checkmark within a day and scoured fifty thousand followers within a day and to go. Now it's like seventy or something. And i just keep looking at shaking my head. Reminding me what that we did have a clip of one of the women. It was i think one is disguised. Experts somebody who worked at the agency for a long time and she said well. We have a real problem with social media. Because we don't know if it's a tell that people don't have an account they've never had an account on they don't. They're not on link dan. they're not on twitter. They're not on facebook and she's she's worried is a towel that it might indicate that you know intelligence people or the because they may have a lot of don't even have the same name in real life and they use pseudo names consistently wasn't that wasn't that that was kara. Swisher maybe this is it. How do you compete for the best and brightest when you know talent can easily go to silicon valley or hollywood. Or any of these places where it's significantly more lucrative. Yes so. I think the current generations are much more service oriented so if i can bring them in get kind of caught on our mission and they go out and make money. I'll take them back right and so they you can. You can do a balance and that's not happening. I'm going to do this forever. That's the woman. No that's right. And it was the interviews that she brought this up and she kind of sounds a little bit millio. -cially like the right. You'd think right here is well. It didn't take long for this to happen. Book whistle blower francis hogan is expected to meet with the january. Sixth house select committee following her scathing testimony on capitol hill. She blasted facebook's use of artificial intelligence to catch hate speech and misinformation. The house select committee believes how then can provide insight into how facebook was likely used to help facilitate the january sixth attack on the capital. The committee is asking for data domestic extremists affiliated with efforts to overturn the twenty twenty election. I'm just going to say it again. I think that this woman is going to be used or her story in addition to to regulating the internet or services on the internet. I think they're gonna let she's she. Has the chops are. Rt did an article on her and discuss a bunch of things left out of her story and included the fact that she several several annoying little details like she did division she worked at facebook was the intelligence division and she's just obvious Planted person. it's just the well. There's there's one thing the media just licks laps it up laps it up. i've used a twelve. They're idiots because they think facebook is finally going down and they'll get some of that sweet sweet ad revenue back but they are stupid and i wanted to add when facebook it's regulated and it will be a regulation of algorithms probably or or no protection for algorithms. It'll it'll give any silicon valley or any big platform which will use to call. Ugc this is. When section two thirty was written it was to protect yuji. See remember that user generated content. Yes it was all. Ugc how many are you. A ugc play So it was. It was put in place for that. So they're going to regulate that because you know the comparison is out this like big tobacco so it is unhealthy for people that means you have to have as limits you have to have very narrow restrictions so that there's no confusion and and just like big tobacco. I posit you now. Plus that there will be a similar master states agreement for either taxation because you know it in the state of texas clearly even though just like tobacco people will go on facebook. It is going to cause some harm to people and we need to be compensated for that. So so here's here's a good one so me me. She tells me you know all our friends at one time or another went into facebook jail. They throw her mimi into facebook. Jail mushy is a troublemaker. Well she goes to the facebook for a post. That is three years old the.
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"So what so. The self-doubt do i i don't but that's because my mother hyperbole is the shit out of me and over like built my self esteem in business. I don't doubt in swimming. Huge down. I suck at swimming. I'm scared i don't but i don't in a very specific and narrow reason and again it's fun to have you jeff here. Jefferson worked with very early on when we started vader. I just stay in my lane. Like this is back to self-awareness. I stay in my lane. A salesman on a business builder. I've done my whole life. I was an f. student at thirteen fourteen. My friends parents told my friends. Not hang out with me. Because i was a loser. I'm more successful than my entire graduating class. Combined like like this is because the market doesn't understand that people don't have to double down on your strikes and you have to punch your weaknesses in america. There's billions of dollars made on selling you how to fix the things that you're not good at. It's a huge mistake. You need to figure out who you are and go all in. That's what i did and so when you talk about business or marketing when you talk about the new york jets and when you talk about wine i've got nothing but bravado everything else you should see me sitting around dinner tables right now talking about politics the level of humility and the level of listening. You wouldn't expect from me because that's not how you're used to consuming me. I'm loud and proud. Because i only stay in my lane. Papery close attention. I've got nine years of content on the internet. Now maybe a little bit more. I've stayed very very very narrow for me. It's lucky the reason i've been able to kind of grow is my narrow thing is consumer behavior which i can deploy against anything so my narrow thing happens to be quite wide which allows me to play good investor. It allows me to run businesses. And it'd be a personal. It allows me to do things. But i don't remember from that you know. I don't talk about building product. I've been around. Start as well hold on. I don't talk about product. And i'm pretty good at you. I saw my williams and and and david carpenter tumbler. They always like give me good dabs behind the scenes that i'm good at it because it's a little consumer be. It's consumer behavioral kind of so good feels like to know how to lay on my liquor store. And that's how. I did well in commerce early on i just think about all i do. Is deploy empathy at scale. I'm i'm i'm an empathy machine. That's what i do. So so on the flip side for the people that do have self doubt that. I feel like i'm the most extreme purebred entrepreneur. I'm not the wrong personnel. I'm just over here. And i think the more you have self doubt is the further away you are from being a pure bred number one to run a company like everybody knows the media's multiple dictatorship right like you can sell me you just better fucking bring it because i've got fucking ideas you know so i don't yearn at all for but what that makes me think is this goes back to self awareness. Maybe you need a cope. Hunter may need to bring in a secondary since. You've already built something. Twenty percents co founder. If you're yearning for that that you shouldn't listen to gary saying fuck co-founder don't give a fuck a dictator. You should be like no no. This is what i'm feeling. And this is what i need. And who cares what anybody says about giving me things that make no sense to people on paper i gave jay fifty percent of intermediate when we started it all the leverage i was eleven years older i got all the clients i was the social media guy and he had fifty percents of business. Because i knew that's what felt right in the energy of our brother ship so i make decisions all the time i stole. I sold stephen. Ross owner the miami dolphins related real estate a thirty percent share of bainer media three and a half years ago when i knew i was building the business from three to one hundred million in a heartbeat because i want to buy the new york jets and so i left tens of millions of dollars on the table to be in the ecosystem of the nfl. Family like i make decisions all the time. They're not predicated on money. So you feel in your heart. If that was the question you decided to ask me. You should probably bring in a real co founder. That has minority interest. And who cares if everybody told you that it was a bad deal that you gave her twenty percent. It's a great deal for you because you know what you need way too. Many people in this room listening to the market or the five tips or somebody else's advice. That did it. Nobody's done it the way i did it and i'm not listening to anybody about everybody asked me. Who's your mentors. No-one myself mead. And not and maybe i'm too far and i respect that. I know what that sounds like. If you've never heard me i'd be like i'm not confused at eight percent of people in this guy. He's got a huge fucking ego. I get it. But i know that a lot of people aren't doing any of what i just did in that rant and i'd like you to do a little more questions. Let's get the guy. Mike nice running conform. You're obviously fantastic consumer behavior. You're seeing how to scene in march but the consumers totally right so you got to be ready. You got to be ready every day. Where they're going. How is that good or is this only for me. It's all gut. And then i put data against it to prove me right or wrong. That's what i do. I built being or media the scale. May vader media was built to build the machine machines. People the the organizational scale of me. So i intuitively feel like something was happening with snapchat in the summer and then i deployed people. The math nerds. She's and he's in my organization that loved math. That don't have intuitive dna. That don't like each you. That don't like people but boy they fucking love numbers and then i have them double check and call my bullshit but i moved before they come back because it's worth it for me to lose because i'm right which i've been right enough that i want to keep going the upsides incredible in the first mover landgrab of this stuff because it is a marketplace and they do move and they move fast. They move real fast. You just wake up. And it's over like i built my brand on twitter. I was at the top of the heap top. I'm devastated that. That's the one that kind of faded off from attention. But i've written articles two years ago about my concerns about this. You know it was happening. I can taste it back to be an actual practitioner. I knew that when i had fifty thousand followers on twitter and follow my boy neat thousand people would do it. And then i knew today with my one point two million. If i said follow my boy follow my girl. Susan like forty nine would. This is not good. Taste it because all guys the level of disrespect for impressions and all that stuff. This is about attention. I'm not trading impressions. i can get you impressions. You want one cent. Youtube million views on youtube video you can do. I can get one cent and other pre roller. Let's do it two thousand bucks good all day. Say you're fucking casey me step you know so you know. I think that people don't get it. I don't think that people don't get it and honestly very honestly as i get older he left more removed. Like i'm. I'm getting more confident because as i've gone higher up the ranks. Now hang out with fortune five hundred. Ceo's and i've watched you know my homies become the most respected business people in the world. I'm starting to realize like oh shit. Maybe i'm too humble. Maybe i really got gifted. Maybe i'm fucking lebron. Like i really like i really know what's on. I mean i know what's going like. I know vr is going to happen. And i know a lot of lose a shitload of money. Because they're betting on consumer vr which is twenty years away but it. But i'm betting on the crazy. I'm i'm learning everything i can about. What facebook apple and google and amazon about the and. I'm going backwards. I'm investing vr. Sound i don't even know if you're sounding existed. But i know the thesis i know the pattern recognition and how this plays out yesterday. Sorry.
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on eCommerce Fastlane
"The strategy shift is for as long as influencer. Marketing has existed. You can argue. It's been around for thousands of years right like the idea of somebody. Being influential is not new. But what is new is the mechanisms of which were able to tap into that influence for a marketing perspective. So for the past. Let's say five years influence. Marketing has been pretty solid with the traditional sense of like. I mentioned before you hire somebody. We have a great graphic about this. We did this with a gorgeous recently where we compare tastes from the bachelor on one side and she did paid influence post with one of her clients. And you compare it with this microwave influencer. Who one of our clients is. Actually a famous footwear australia. They use gatsby in one of their customers who they identified through our system went on post about their new shoes that they got right so two very different type of influence or posts one's a celebrity from the bachelorette and one is a customer of the brand tesa has like two million followers. This micro influencers has about fifteen hundred followers so Had a one point eight percent engagement rate on that post. The customer of our client had a ten and a half percent engagement rate on the post. So looking at that metric. You wanna get a lot more micro influencers talking about your brand because as you build an army of people that are doing this real customer word of mouth post the engagement rates. Add up in chris. Much bigger impact. The hard part is how do you get enough micro influencers on the right hand side here. How do you get enough of them to talk about your brand to move the needle. The way that a less efficient teixeira post would and that's what we saw for by Tapping into our scalable. Approach with with gatsby Everything else does that make sense. Yeah no definitely. And i totally agree with you because i think even my wife has of late who definitely some of the people on the bachelor franchise. But she's been causing a lot of them because she feels that in some cases that it seems like every second post is like flogging some product because you know that's their fulltime career even at the hundreds of thousands or millions of followers. I think at some point it gets a little bit. I call it like disingenuous. You know and almost fake sometimes just the exchange of money or product. I'm just for a review or recommendation verses. What you're doing is by getting his instagram handles into your system and then from there the software then setting up some filters parameters to make decisions about well. How do i plan on working with certain people are there. Certain range of people micro influencers. That i believe i may want to work with and i think that's where your tool kind of fits in you. Use your existing tools that you already have and or your own pop ups and kind of capture exit intent. These different ways of getting the opt-in certainly instagram often. But then then moving forward. Let's figure out. Like how do you make a decision brand. If you add gatsby on you have a pop up. Get the instagram handle. Walk us through what happens next about okay. Great i now understand the social footprint now these the software does of these potential customers or that your customers. How do you choose to work with them now. Like what's the situation now on the back end so yeah this is where our integration partnerships. Really come into play so you get the handle. Right insider gasping account. You're going to see that individual's profile photo. How many followers they have. We actually do a g. score so a scoring system gatsby as well but the real the real skill tower here is that data flows wherever you need it. So our top integrations right now. Are cleo gorgeous and jato send right places where you already have customer profiles. Let's look at By far our most popular immigration. So when you have gas be hooked up to claudio every time you collect handle we're going to go and pull that individuals insights so how many followers the half people posted on all that we're going to go and then update their record in your Account so now in cleveland you know all of your customers that have opted in to give you their handle. You can segment them by how much influence they have. So our customers will often create different tiers or segments based upon follower size so for example customers have between one thousand five thousand followers. Look fall into this particular offer set where they'll get fifty percents off their next purchase. If posts about the brand it just bought from right so you go and you say hey. Thanks so much for giving us your handle. We love your feed. Would you be up for a collaboration. You get this free item or this civic code post about us so all different offers go out based upon the different segments the brand sets up and we help clients with this as well and then was great. Gatsby doesn't just leave it. They are we also are able to track when your consumers go on the fill their end of the bargain when they go on. Post about your brand. Will you the post. We'll show you the content itself. Show you how that post performed and we'll also let your systems knows we'll let We'll let gorgeous no jato. No omni semantics sorta. Hey this customer does posted about joan instagram. Here's the content right. Here's the time stamp and that can then trigger another email. Flavio can say hey. Thanks so much for your post. Here's that reward offered you. So the whole thing is turnkey automated now. What happens if someone gives you the handle their new to the site they make a purchase and then gabby realizes that they have a pretty high influence. Because i'm just thinking out loud here is what happens if someone comes in and they have a million followers and they happen to actually love your product because i heard some case studies in the past where people you know. They find out later. That tim cook made a purchase. Or you know what i mean like. It's just insane. Is there a way of knowing people that may fit into the filter of the type of engagement or type. Say wow k. They appear to have a lot of infant. I know the tation example was interesting where they had a lot of followers turned out to be not as great but is there any triggering mechanism that can be created in gasping to say. Hey these people have a very large following. Can i get a slack. Ping can i text message myself. Someone of importance in the organization saying hey someone just placed an order and they're sitting on a million followers you might want to give. Tlc pick up the phone. They just made an order. Yeah how does that happen hundred percent so again we because we have this data in gatsby Sync it with cloudy gorgeous etc. Those systems already. Have those tools built With gatsby if you're on one of our basics in above plans you'll get. Flavio flows from give templates. In in those templates. We actually say you have more than x. thousand followers it could be whatever the brand wants. Let's say it's fifty thousand followers instead of going through the automated traffic. We're getting this automated track that is described before this is brand new. This is a new concept of how you could actually scale micro influencers campaign but does not necessarily strategy on us for the larger influencers so flavio has an option to just notify. You internally say hey so and so two signed up with this. Many followers want paying them about collaboration. So that actually does help social media manager's job or marketing job to actually source influencers among the customer base that you want to use on a more ongoing collaborative way. You can meet some great conversation topics for the brand manage this month so well let me tell you one more thing i mean. What's really cool gorgeous. Just can't right. That's a new integration. Right and people are loving this integration because now spending this information we have to your customer service teams right so somebody reaches out to you with a support ticket. Your support agent could know hey. This customer has a lot of influence which you can maybe take into account as responding certainly right or if they ask for certain free product you know their influence rica respond accordingly or even better. They have a great customer experience with you. Your support agent now can properly ask them to go post about it for a certain incentive like hey you had experience with us would you live hosting about under feed. We'll give you this free product. You can turn your customer support team into top of funnel driver as well. This is awesome. Let's kind of pivot over to the. I guess the back to school slash q four in the holiday season. I mean hearing things now even azra firestone's making some comments now saying hey you know what. We're really only like less than eight weeks away from people doing early black friday cyber monday sales and craziness and here's an email flows and these. You might wanna think about so. I would love to hear from your perspective because you're like significantly front lines and all of this. What are you recommending today for Brands so that they can prepare.
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money
"I'm just smash eggs facing protein in my videos going viral so that was my first ever tasted tiktok and then i realized that i was like playing a character that i didn't actually like approaching playing a character that i did like the character but i felt like i was like forcing it putin and then like it was doing really really good and then i just felt like i was like forcing the character. I wasn't really like enjoying doing it anymore. And i still. And then every time. I tried to do a different style video. I try to be like a motivation video. Whatever it just wouldn't hit because everybody just saw me as the fucking protein guy. So like yeah. I did have this protein account and that was my first account talk and once i realized. I'm like okay. The protein guys cool but like the protein guy is not like. it's not a character. I i like to play twenty four seven. It's a side of me but it's not me. So i killed a protein account stopped using it and i started my be market account which is my current one and i started started with success motivation. I started to count by talking about how. I went from a drug addict millionaire. I started the account by talking. About how you know my own personal transformation in terms of like my wealth and how i grew my business and some business tips in like it did decent and then i had one video that really really popped up and went turbo viral and it was how seven years ago is a drug addict. And then i cut off on my friends and then i became sober and then now own. This jayme made my first million and that video went. Like i think i had like five point. Eight million views or something like that. So when turbo viral it also went viral on instagram reels. So i started doing that all the time. I and those videos were doing good. That's what got me from. Like eight thousand followers tiktok to fifty thousand followers on tiktok was like those style videos but then the algorithm change and the algorithm change. Sure all of you guys have experienced this. Were like a certain how many of you have experienced. It's like a certain type of content is working really well. Tiktok and then the algorithm changes and as soon as the algorithm changes. The thing that used to work no longer works anymore. How many guys who felt that those fucking. That's not fun because you think you figured out your all fucking tiktok shit's easy. I'm going to millie. And then the algorithm changes in. You're like and nobody likes me. So algorithm changed when the algorithm changed on tiktok. I feel like that's where a lot of people got frustrated and a lot of people are like like. I'm done with this app for now. I know that a lot of people quit. There was also this period in time last year where everybody thought tiktok was going to get banned by trump. i feel like people me myself included. I also took a little bit of a break from tiktok so algorithm changed. You know like. I took a little bit of a break from tiktok and then cole started going viral coal going viral. Now if you're in the tank adamy you know like cold the selva and if you're not in a ten cake kademi check him out cold lewis to silva he's my business partner. He's like his his videos on. Tiktok are currently like pop. It like they're like like home..
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast
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"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money
"And it's funny. Because i do get that. It's because most people attach the amount of likes that you have and the amount of followers that you have to the amount of dollars that they think you're going to make right so most people think like oh if i get more like my photos and get more followers will make more dollars like does that make sense to you guys going to base level like if i had more likes i have more followers than it would make sense that make more dollars right. That's like that's the base premise. That most people operate with. And unfortunately that's just not the case. I'm gonna tell you guys a story but one of my clients christian flee nor those of you guys that have been following me for a while might know that of my client that i worked with one of my first ever clients when i started. Pizza domination was christian cleaner. And when kristen i i started working together christian had five hundred thousand followers on instagram and christian. Had this like he's chris leaner is he's like the king of swipe workouts on now he has nine hundred and fifty thousand followers. His account is insane and what he does what. He did to grows account as he posted. Swipe workouts every single day. Seven days a week for five years straight and that's like how is account grew. And he's still doing that right like he's still posting swipe workouts every single day seven days a week and he's been doing it now for like five to seven years home a hustler. And so when kristen. I and i. I started talking about growing on coaching business. Kristen had this program that he was selling and he like how to lincoln bio and you sung this program for twenty nine ninety nine and so what do you do. Is you post a swipe workouts. And then he had the lincoln bob for people to purchase program guests on to take a guess. Take a guess. How much christian cleaner was making from all my coaching. Before we started working together take a guess yet. Five hundred thousand followers all legit followers. He was getting twenty thousand likes on his photos taking guests how much he was making with. Five hundred thousand dollars with thirty program and his bio. Take a guess somebody play. Guess somebody take a guess. He's making a so with five hundred thousand dollars and a twenty nine ninety nine program and his bio guess..
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"Maxi. I would say top. Three are simone maxi and karen right. I mean just aside the county. There's a whole marketing piece like art. Simone has got almost one hundred and fifty thousand followers on instagram. Some other artists have made fifteen twenty. It'll be very interesting to know because you think of that. Strategic league of course it's about calendar but at the end of the day you want the winner to already have a following already have base. The only with the franchise built that is time and really the biggest power player on the show. Right now i don't know one hundred percent off the top but yeah i know i know i said we crunch numbers but i'm gonna be crunch those numbers but art. Simon already has that world wonder contracts so she's probably just like forced onto the show gave me a show and then they're like no no no no. We have you contractually obligated. We are forcing you to get onto drag race and maybe we'll you go. Oh my god own. Well that's the real rupaul's drag race. Say my name to something. Simone area simone simone simone holl. Ooh alexander This has been such a pledge. You you gave us the reveal that we weren't waiting for you inspired us to change the world and save our wonderful Others and sisters and siblings around the world and thank you. Thank you for being on the pod. Please tell us more about ultimate drag and let us support anything that you wanna put your hands on at this point. As far as i'm concerned thank you so much for inviting me to be on the podcast. This is my first podcast that you both fishing taken my virginity which is honor. Consensually consensual consensually. Of course after did accept the needing. Invite so i feel like that's how enthusiastic sent but no no but but really you know. Thank you so much for for having this to be able to help the community to help with others and of course it'd be such a pleasure to come back at any point. Thank thank you thank you not because there will be international seasons to come where we can continue to bring the poignant message of helping our our queer friends all around the world out. Where can people find us document a consensual manner and get their ultimate drag one. Absolutely you can book. Any of our virtual experiences it via ultimate dream dot com or you can follow us on instagram at the ultimate drag and i also have to commend you on your instagram skills. Because when you announce a new person like it's like it's like taylor. Swift is releasing an album and i love. Want to shout out to allie ryan boo heads up our social media for the account. It is totally visioned. It is totally everything that she designed some super super grateful for her to really be my number. One strategist by the brand. Were you just tell her that. I'm taking notes. And i and i but she does Yeah shadow to ali While everyone thank you for listening if you're listening to this podcast and you enjoyed it. Please please wait us on apple podcasts. I'm sure it was someone. You love someone. You hate some that you are sexually attracted to The law it's the law. We wanna we wanna grow. You wanna change. We want to make the world better and Yeah but also If you are listening to this podcast just remember that You never know what's going on with a friend that you haven't talked to so use this as a reminder to reach out to them salo type someone's life and positive way because not all get out of this kobe hole but we can if we do it together so kind and wear a mask and get vaccinated until we can be together again. Yeah and if you can help some people in canada gets vaccines all the more power to you. Okay what's his name together to dow. Get your is to outta vaccine. Because i i really do on pop up to canada. I need to get back to montreal. Pancake practice simon december non the winter too cold summer. I mean i'm telling you. Canada in the summer is so good. Because it's like one banal to warm everyone's hot. You know what i mean. Were free but you must not be here during the hot and i went in june. I feel like it was getting all right. Well thanks everyone for listening. We'll see you next week and We couldn't be. I couldn intended all olympic four hours. Thanks for listening to the apocalypse podcast network. For more great podcasts. Go to apocalypse podcast network dot com and remember every time you support one of our sponsors. You're supporting the podcast you just heard..
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"I think especially being a younger artist. I think that's the hardest period of time for graduating from school and trying to you can make your mark that you actually do have to exhibit for free. You go to make an investment and the investments in yourself and even as later in life you know it's like you have to kind of find this balance between spending time during the social networking everything else that goes into being hardest naturally making art so in my mind. Actually divided is the art marquette the whole aspect of selling and dealing with galleries or just dealing with people in general the kind of the profession of it. And then there's art. That's the thing that keeps me going and i think keeps a letter. Artists going just thinking about art ideas discussion around our. And so i have to separate these two in my head just to stay sane because if you think art like as a profession as just like this all encompassing our market i think it can be quite discouraging i lay. I'm in the habit. I keep my professional studio as far as production of art very separate from my business of running the arts. Like i literally have them in different buildings like so. They don't even overlap. Because i don't want to the stress of the social media or taxes or shipping or anything to be interfering with the production of being creative with see so many things on instagram. Now i think is an artist. You know you could spend half a year on one image. Oh lizzy of your painter. You spend the year and a painting and you know that you're only going to get like not even a full second from people. Is it really worth spending coffee on it. And that's when you have to separate that in your mind from doing our because you kind of think about social media and the whole profession of are you never to make any art. Because it's not really worth a time unless engagement and think you ought wha- i run into this every now and then because people say like i've had collectors on the podcast and they keep saying i really love seeing the in the studio behind the scene videos of the making of the art not just like finished pieces and i'm like yeah but when i'm in my studio is grow up on so many things and in places a mass like i don't want you judging me for like the way i do my shit. I just want you to judge me off of my finished works that i that that that worked the successful ones because of course i have a lot of things that fail so like a lot of tests and a lot of like. Oh shit. I just overworked this thing or whatever but it seems like because of social media like you said. There's this speed that they want things. They want new things on the content every day or every week and some of us just that productive i think the what social is than to art is made are more of an entertainment. You know twenty years ago. I think the order was less large. People that are really just like studied art or you know or some somehow in the world somehow. It's not the general population. But i think the general population has become part of the world. Now and so. We're seeing how you know popular votes whether it's the number of instagram likes followers influencing how much something's worth artists now that might have like one hundred. Fifty thousand followers might be regarded as better artists than an artist. That might be profoundly. Mazing and of it only has three hundred followers. It's kind of like almost like attaching a dollar value to something and people are deciding through the dollar value that something's so i think you were finding like a change in your world because of this kind of inflexible of just basically everyone in into it. I think it's dumbing down the the general overall quality of work because basically it's gone to You know art by committee more or less because it's said like hey everybody. Is this good or bad and this society okay. What whoever gets the most hand raises wins. The most likes that's the theoretical winner. But that's not how art should be made in personally like i'm really snobby about it like i don't think it is the right way for it to be. Don't get me wrong. I think that the existing industry around the art market is also slightly broken in many ways. You know with the gatekeepers of the raiders. And all this kind of jazz like that has its own set of problems. Also but i think the social media has just sort of busy added another problem to the entire industry. Think the over the years you know the the white pedestal with an or kentucky or the now the museum space you know the picture. The the frame for example is an indication of something that works worth something and it should be looked tat pedestal that the our world created for itself of culture. I think is kind of being eroded quite quickly we're seeing are becoming no more valued than some of the things now and no more in something else none so i think if anything it said that the breakdown of prestige that allows that kind of extended critical thinking on something. That's that's what's being rooted. Well it's also becoming a bit of cult of personality as well like where these these artists and people on instagram and social media's are brands more than they are you know so they're they're almost lifestyles of artists than artists themselves if we look at. What's the most popular artists today. Let's say someone like i way with. Here's the brilliant you know. I don't think anyone could really critique people could critique back backup there. He kind of fits. I think what the world's really looking for is kind of you know he has this perfect beck story. You know someone that's four for human rights. He makes works that are both aesthetic and granted. He just kind of what's happened with him. It's almost like people. The countries of used him politically to is. You know a porn but he he he kind of represents this idea of revolution and you know are being able to do something in the world. And i think every artist kind of once you know there are church. The profoundly.
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive
"It's something that you want right. I feel that like like the more time people spend on tiktok more that they're gonna get targeted for stuff that they actually find interesting right. Yeah absolutely and you know the other thing with tiktok. I think that's very important to discuss. Is that the or ganic capability. You can have no followers and you can have one tiktok. And if you get into that for you page because you hit the algorithm in the right way likes what you're doing you can get millions upon millions of us which you cannot do on instagram simply. Just it just doesn't. It doesn't happen easily. Gonna say it never happens but it doesn't happen easily And and so there's a distinct opportunity there with specifically tiktok and it's a great way you see a lot of creators and you see a lot of people going over to tiktok repurposing their contents and they have distribution to millions of more people that have never they wouldn't have had that opportunity for mom and we see some some great real estate agents doing amazing things and actually really interesting things and and accountants explaining finance and taxes and now explaining how to do algebra with a whatever thirty forty-five second and tiktok. Yup one thing. I've noticed is like a lot of time. They'll have hubner huge long webinars. They'll grab the snippets then. Put them on tiktok in something that we talk about. All the time is repurposing. Your own content at work really well on on a platform tiktok. Yeah and i think that too. I don't wanna get too much into like. This isn't a tiktok live by any means but i do like how you know even with like comments and things like that if people leave a comment on your video on your video you can video reply to it right and maybe that video go viral too because a lot of people have those questions right. It's just it's a nicer way to engage with people. And i think that's one of the reasons why we use social video is to connect with your customers entice people to create conversation and propel conversation right well and you know the important part about social video is it has to be entertaining. You can't just take a notion yet to catch them within the first second two seconds which show you some techniques or some simple techniques that you can use with social video to get that attention right away and it propels conversations and the more entertaining and the either more humorous or informative. You don't have to just be funny right. You extremely Informative years old. When i learned something We're going to show the the the lucid Or not this one's quick another on. So here's a really great example of a social video for a company called nusa chart and we don't have it's too bad that the audio won't pipe through But we will the link. I think they're a benny. Maybe you can drop the link to the lucid charts youtube video for everybody so they can have a look at this Oh wait we've got a good good one here for me. I posted a tiktok coming thirty followers million you did. Wow that's like. I'm going to have to check that one. Even though you may not have a large following you can still really do. Well you should now may have two hundred and fifty thousand followers..
Moms of TikTok
"Only nece loss of identity imposter syndrome lack of career stability for this story before having guys over and over and over again every time we talked to women and mothers who turned to social media. And that's but jane did. A friend of hers was like hey. I think he might get a kick out of tiktok so she downloaded and learned some of the dances that the kids doing these days and eventually she found mom talk one. This is who. Is this ella. And kate kind of stumbled up behind the whole mom niche content. Which was a lot of skits. If toddlers gray graph tiktok dances of funny moments between moms and kids. Alex three mommy. Mommy i felt like here are the users that are like me. I think it was october where i went from like eighty thousand followers to like two hundred fifty thousand followers because of one viral video mine. Yeah you're not mommy. Do we still have some raw. My husband was right next to me like peacefully eating his dinner so i just looked at him. Like you're right here. Why don't they say daddy you know and my husband just kind of showed like oh that would be a good tiktok so i flipped my flown open To the app and i started recording. And what can you do. We wanna taste. then he notices. My phone is on tiktok and then he says doing the talk. And then i kind of break my poker face and start cracking up
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast
"Sessions getting them results and then using those results to do it all again for the people that fit your offer. And then if you want to build a social media following on the side That's also a great way to do it. Because you're nurturing audience more and you're building that authority so people come to you rather than you reaching out to them but even if you build a large audience and then you out to them it shows even more of an authority just because people like numbers right if you have fifty thousand followers and you hop in someone's dm's it's kind of like a shocking moment for Well why is this guy reaching out to me. And they're much more open to trusting you and getting on a call with you all right. Let's sidetrack that. Then because in my opinion and i'm i'm sure you're probably going to agree with you. Know the social media following makes you very powerful individual and the more followers that you have it's perceived at the more knowledge that you have which in my experience doesn't really mean anything but whatever so how now. I'm sure you sell program on this. Everybody does about how. What would you say would be eight number one basic thing. How do i grow my social media presence on twitter. That's where your most prominent right so on twitter. How would you grow up this. It's kind of all the same topics. I mean concept right so when you're creating something that you want to sell you're looking at the people that are doing it. Right in your niche. That are selling something similar to what you want to sell. And i would say the quickest way to go about this actually learn about it is to start shifting that mindset like rather than reading a piece of content because you because it hooks you in you enjoy what they're saying but thinking about it from like if i were to create this. How would i actually go about doing it. So in terms of the content. That's what you would do and then you would start creating your own content and getting better at Actually doing that in getting engagement with it but in terms of actual growth because you can post into the wind all day and talk to a brick wall but that's not going to get you any followers unless you have a follower base that will help you..
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Tyler and mark and we are going to continue this discussion. Because i don't i don't know how but it's it seems like i'm the bad guy in this. Somehow where i. I generally agree with a lot of what you're saying. Mark with regards to the federal government being this Omnipotent violent organization that whole follows. No rules does whatever they once. I think they follow a you know a a loose reading of the rules. Okay yeah and i guess you have to. You have to get to a certain level of prominence to get on their radar so mike. My claim was if i write my landlord rent check and i post dated a week. Yep sure i might be breaking the law. Are you familiar with the book. Three felony today the average american commits three felonies per days. I'm worthy book. I haven't read it so find felony. Check kiting for the post stated. Rent check nip. That'll never never see the light of day. Probably not probably not and then we extrapolate that out to the rate on the free talk live studio and there are Musings malone's yang social media from people in the know. I guess i don't want to necessarily name names or point things out that the reason that this That these decrypt. Oh six are in trouble is because they're doing real activism whereas everyone else on the internet is just keyboard warriors talking behind a chair. Never getting out and doing the real thing i go. Well free talk. Live is just a radio show. All we do is talk and if if you know if they're not going to go after the keyboard warriors because that's all talk and talk isn't worth the time of day. Well then why go after. Free talk live. When we talk there's no activism in free. Talk live necessarily sir. Their hosts a free talk. Live that do activism separately from the radio show certainly Every movement needs the doers but needs the talkers to the talkers. Inform and free talk live on two hundred radio stations across the country We just had a quarter million downloads. In the month of march we are a good sized medium sized fish. I mean we're not joe rogan or anything like that. Although there were the days that we were the number one podcast in the world but those on yeah. There was a day where the top twitter guy had fifty thousand followers. Yeah those were the days. I don't know where he's at but he's probably at one hundred now and yeah i mean those are those are good numbers but they're not just stellar whatever they are. So you need the talkers. And you need the doers. Sure i reject the notion that somehow. It's the doers. The do everything and the talkers do nothing. Because what i would say this is is that look. They clearly came after ian. Obviously there were five people. Doing a variety of different things allegedly allegedly. Well they were doing things. Okay let's there's no doubt. They were doing things right and of those things they were doing. Some of them are doing the things that Some of the things that made the i. Mad more frequently than ian was and those people got you know charges lesser released on bond. You know like a variety of things. So what i would say is free. Talk live has been an easy plum to be picked by the fbi. Why because if i listened to the bail hearing unlike likely the both of you because it was boring and i watched the first one i didn't he is it. Well the the one that got in on the zoom they tell me if i mess anything up. They basically said he's the fifth sophisticated cyber criminal kingpin. I believe this term. They used that he Facilitated internet scammers in romance scams and a variety of other scams in getting bitcoin ripping off the american public. Right that's fair okay. Why isn't the fbi going after the internet scammers. Well they might be. They can't the internet scammers aren't in america and he doesn't have any jurisdiction over it so they're just they're like kosh makes us so mad. Well there's this radio program where this guy they keep on talking crap about us where they call us murderous lying pedal excuse me child pornographers. I don't know if they're pedophile. Not that i know that in two thousand fifteen they were the largest distributor of child pornography on the planet. I know they not only took over website. The distributed child pornography but the upgraded the site. And she's going to run it so that people could download more child pornography. I also know that a small fraction of one percent of those people were picked up and arrested in um and almost nothing happened to those people so to. I'm gonna cut you off there real quick mark because we have nobody on line three calling from jail presumably presumably so middle button middle button. Nobody nobody live. How are you sir. Hey how bad to hear your voice man. Spit out what you've got to. I'm trying to turn up. So i hear you more. Okay you got four minutes. Make it make it stellar. You've got four minutes make it stellar. Do my best. Are we on the air. Yes talk new. Hey this is nobody calling from some county jail in new hampshire. I'm still not entirely sure. Where the hell i am. They dragged you in and haven't seen the two weeks now..
Rozalia Russian Is Committed To Her Weekly Fake Tan
"This week's look dropped by guest is echo and designer. Rizzoli of russian brasilia is a former ballerina who fanta online niche as a stall knees and influence a regular sharing. Her effortless looks with over two hundred fifty thousand followers. The melbourne-based mother of two has also recently taken on a new role in two thousand and twenty one as creative director for innovative australian. Tanning brand bouba by latin rosalia. Thanks for dropping by the. Ub podcast thank you for having me now. Hold onto your tanning midst. Because in the spirit of your new role at uber balaton. We are going straighten on fake tan today. So to tell me a little bit about your personal relationship with fake ten. When did you start and what is it. That appeals to you about a fogler. Oh okay are not going to lie. I did spend a lot of my twenties being very naughty and some bagging and my mother always used to say you do that. You really need to look up to skin a knee twenties and old twenty year olds. I never ever listen to my mother. Definitely not the first person that never listened to them wasn't too late late twenties that i could really start saying the sun damage and just how fred all skin released the importance of looking after your skin so i might a pledge to really make sure that i'm used sunscreen. Old times would stop wearing a hat. But of course i still wanted that glow. And that's when i really started tanning religiously in when i made religiously ten every single way. That file doesn't even matter if i have anything on the weekend. I always make sure that. I drew my weekly fake ten.
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"Not really gets you'd have to you got to crowbar in where you can earn. That'd be early. Says so. I can enjoy some quiet time and you know writing in whatever capacity in writing joy. A cup of tea get awake for the rest of the day You know it's. I appreciate more than i can tell you the things that you're doing on on the website. I think it's extremely valuable in a city like cincinnati. We we see other things pop up and other things go away. Since refined is a heartbreaker right a heartbreaker. You're absolutely right. Can't say it's a surprising but it was a heartbreaker it I mean can you imagine seeing their sponsored content of a friend of mine was like it put on his stories on instagram. like yeah follow. i am not. It's going to get really bad. it's it that's the stuff that just makes me furious to see happen like you. You build a platform that people trust and people believe in and then you just with one thousand we just let every single one of them down and That's why people like you are so so so important and You know i. I don't know how how long any of us can carry on this stuff i i. I can't see speaking from my perspective. I can't see where it ends. But i recognize that at some point it has to end so like i. I don't know i. I don't know i don't i don't know what the what the end goal is but It's important for it to exist at. Yeah at least for now you know. Fill the editor former editor of since of your find a heated so many amazing things. They're even as the assistant editor before he took on the head role better and he put his heart and soul into that that instagram account has well over fifty thousand followers. And this is me thinking like you know this. Corporate entity is pushing all of these amazing people aside and they're going to inherit this account that just has fifty thousand followers do and what they're not gonna do anything of value with it. They're just great. They're going to abuse the fact that people like said people trust it in. That's that's valuable in today's world and they're gonna they're gonna sell her palm. Yeah i can spend a lotta time talking about the The anger that the hata gives me. And that's another thing that's terrible about covid to in it's like i. What stresses me out is thinking about. You know all of these small businesses. I've built relationships with people who own them are work at them. Or whatever and it stresses me out thinking about be effects that this is all had on them and how they'll all end up however that may be and how they've all had to adjust the way they function. It's it's wild it. Twenty twenty has You know it's it's on one hand it's been it's been terrible and it's hurt a lot of people and destroyed a lot of businesses. But now we're able to kind of take a step back and kind of look at how everything went down. It's given me like this This hope for what it means for all of these communities and you know from my perspective. Obviously it's the craft beer community but seeing that people the people that were able to kind of fight their way through and survived this seeing that they were able to and seeing how it brought some of those people together that maybe weren't before It showed a lot of people that they could do things that they didn't think they were going to be able to do I've got a lotta hope for what this does for the city and for out of cities but in the end i think that's i think we're gonna leave this in a better place than we went into it. I hope so. I can agree. And and we'll see it's you know yet to be seen but It'll be interesting because these these effects will be a long lasting. I don't think that we'll see the end of it until you know months from now. I think it'd be a while normal. I know there's also that so So as we wrap up what do you want people to know about about you about the website about what you want people to know that you think they don't know i i think something that's that's really important is authenticity and You know a lot of people said you know i. You seemed very genuine. And in what you're writing about in the content that you're posting. And i do this one hundred percent out of what i lo why. I love the city. The things i like about it You know i do get some perks here and there but by and large i do this out of my own pocket and just because i love it and unfortunately the same cannot be said for a lot of other people in my position. You know people you know are offered some kind of financial you know Some kind of money or posting about things in exchange for things and it just it just does dot come off as genuine and i do this because i love it. Because what's most important for me is making sure that these small businesses especially now get the recognition and the patronage they deserve. So that's why. I do what i do comes across and in what you do and i think that people get it and It makes a difference. It makes a difference in this whole bigger Bigger picture of of cincinnati. Anything you know just this. This city continues to grow and continues to evolve and continues to go in a really exciting direction and I you know. I one hundred percent. Believe that if you want to know what the best of anything in the city is you know. That's definitely the place to go toward. Cincinnati inky l. Some some. I call myself a small business evangelist i. I sing their praises. Pretty much.
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"And awakens. Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what i do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it. Today is about the power you you will change to find your path to success the journey of those who have succeeded and now your host. Dave pomme i welcome. Welcome back to the day permit show and with me today. I have someone who built. The world's largest coaching business with one hundred and fifty thousand followers was ranked number one on google for life. Coaching out. Twenty three million results is the author of get paid for who you are with forwarded by jet kantha of chicken soup. Fame has laser focused leaders at facebook. Square warner bros south salesforce as well as colorado colorado prison inmates and this appeared on cnn headline news forbes and has done over one hundred and sixty plus podcast interviews. David would welcome to the day..
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Yeah all right. thanks bridget. Appreciate it and let's get over to senator. How long have you obviously be respectful of your time. Keep going fifty thousand followers. Yeah sweet by the way are you guys. Please make sure you're following guy because if you're not following guy like now and and send guy what's your mogul. We're going to pay you for this one. I think we're playing only. Let me say about the only but i am one of the few people who don't want you to click on my free online lesson by my book or anything like that. I am not here to get rich. Well actually it's a great question and we appreciate that. So why are you here man like we and what is your take on clubhouse in general way way way wait guy jin. It's a jan jan before you answer that question. Let's go back to when you. And i first met you remember when we talked about clubhouse no okay well. I actually pulled up our conversation on consistent. Yes so when you first. I have to tell you and then you have to talk. Hey okay and then. I can tell my story awesome. Okay shit now now. The pressure's on the guy pulled to refresh. I'm making sure everything you say. Gets into steve's podcasts club columbus okay so the question is why am i. What am i doing here. That's the question i asked you. Then jin who. I loved just jumped in with that and it came from nowhere amuse yourself. What was that. Is that the question you gotta answer. You gotta meet yourself gen. Oh no we're going to let him answer you kids. Now he his brain might be going a so. That's the question you want him to answer the white wise guy hanging out with us here on clubhouse not just us but i mean in general sure okay so for me honestly social media and i considered a form of social media is a means to an end and i believe in what i call the wikipedia or npr model. That i have to earn the right to promote stuff to my audience. And the way. I believe i is to provide value through my social media. Value would be content that is informative entertaining analytical so that people listen to me on clubhouse or read my post on social media because they value out of it and then i earned the right therefore to hit you with promotion that i want you to listen to my podcast and i call this the wikipedia. Npr model. because i think that we competed. Npr are so successful at getting donations because they provide value to people and it creates of scituate. Ation of reciprocation. There's a moral obligation to donate money to npr and we could -pedia because they provide so much value. So i want to provide so much value. I don't want your money. I just want you to listen to.
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Much real. I my wife and roller skate a lot. And there's been several cases of cancel culture and the role skiing industry with some of the people in years. Wow i'd happened quick. I mean cancel out of the industry. You had one hundred and fifty thousand followers and youtube subscribers. Come and gone. Yeah yeah just gone overnight so I think i think it's important to you. Know just always lead with kindness. And you know. I think i'd be nice to beat. People have open conversations about things Depending on depending on you know it was meant to be malicious or is it was just an honest mistake or they were just having a bad day or you know we don't. We don't know the entire situation. We only know that one particular moment that was caught on camera that the media only choosing show So i think it's a it's a very very tricky place. Then you know with without hosted jewish in You know i'm a fan of his music and on fan of His writing. I think he's very talented and i. I don't personally believe he meant it with malicious intent so You know he came out with last night. Very genuine very apologetic. It sounds like he's really taking this up to be a better person into that role model. And and i think that's all you can do in a situation like that where you make a mistake. And i'm i'm sending him and his family and his entire career. you know. lots of love and You know you know. Because i think we need more of that low totally right back. Eaten up enough of your time. No you're going to be doing a lot of press with the new song so stoked about that yes. I'm really really excited on friday. How can my listeners find those nights. what's the best. What avenue do you want them to reach out your that guy On friday my singles relief on every single major platform. So it go to your favorite platform type in either those nights or my name ashley. Camber jokes remember. My name is a little bit a at h. l. e. amber and Look for my hair. It'll pop up and the larger pro and also You know Releases so just a couple of days away you can also it right now and That pre stabling is on my social media account so you can find it on instagram. Which is ashley amber initial. And again i'll i. E amber official as well as on my twitter account which is actually amber say l. i. e. camber and just link and it'll take you to whenever platform of your choice and favourite right there so once the drop on friday party in your library perfect and it's on your website. You have a preview on the website as well as thirty second clip. I think over thirty second. Click and pretty saved link on the westbound on my website. Well which is actually amer dot com ever going on. I've really appreciate the time Thank you so much. I really appreciate the time as well and just you know. Thank you for giving up to you. Know share my voice and share my story and I'm excited i can't. I can't wait to get flying calgary bit. Don't i wasn't joking. When i said oh you pair boots. So now i'm gonna have anna We got the. We'll get it all sorted. And i'm excited. It's gonna be great I can't wait iraq. I'm so thank you so much. I really appreciate it absolutely. Thank you again. Ember actually amber i. They have a great night. All right thanks. Thank you bye-bye..
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"But then i actually got in touch with elektra herself and that was not the reason. Why is she delete her account. The whole idea was hey. If i were to just go away from tiktok for only a week then maybe i can come back in those tools. Oh forget about me. And i had a little talk with her about about dealing with people people on the internet. And just the reality of if you if you grow your content. If you become that big you're going to get people who are gonna be peace the garbage at just for fun way found out as all these accounts these anonymous accounts that keep saying these hateful things is that they're linked to bigger account like the same people make these these anonymous accounts linked to lague counts the have one hundred thousand or several thousand following. So they're actually making a living off of just being jerks to people making a living who's paying them. Well okay so you know me because you're not took occupied on those but if you get to a certain amount of falling you could be eligible for the tiktok. Craters fund were to tackle. Pay you for being on there and if you get two hundred thousand well you could quit your day job. 'cause you'll get paid enough to word that could be your one thing. So this troll has one hundred and fifty thousand followers on their main account so he could spend all the time the world creating all these fake accounts in saying mean things to combine craters specifically black content creators so that persons should be holy defended. Ra but tiktok is okay. But that's the thing is tiktok doesn't regulate the like harassment's like you can like which you can go in and you can ban certain words but tiktok now. They're fine and then instagram instagram is. Has this issue too. I mean instagram has hateful. Trolls and i had. I had a video. That went viral to it was our died a woman trying to confront someone saying the n word and i got..
How much money do 'Mommy Instagrammers' make?
"How much money do mom instagram irs. Make last year showed us that. You never know what life is gonna throw at you. And if you use credit cards to pay for unexpected expenses. It can be overwhelming to manage that debt. Take control upstart. So you know exactly what to expect if debt is taking over your life. It's time to get a fresh start. Find out how upstart can lower your monthly payments today when you go to dot com slash hustle that is upstart dot com slash. Make sure to use that you're l. to let them know we sent you. Loan amounts would be determined based on your credit income and certain other information provided in your loan application once again that is upstart dot com slash. Hustle chris this is carol and i just recently found your show from the happier podcast. I've been seeing lots of stories about mom instagram irs. I guess they're the new mommy bloggers. Anyway it's a strange world. And i started going down the rabbit hole. The follow some of them. I found a lot of people with tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of followers. Do they mostly get paid for hawking products. And how much do they get paid. I'm not sure he wanted to do this myself. And the politics behind. It seem even stranger than all the posts about home furnishings. I'm mostly curious if this is even a viable idea looking forward to hearing from you all right. There's a lot we could say about this. So let me try to be on point here. And i thank you so much carol for the question So glad you found this show from happier. I'm a big fan of happier. Podcast with gretchen rubin gretchen has been a friend in many ways. A mentor to me. For many years. I've learned so much from her. Continue to admire oliver. Work all right. Let's talk about this interesting strange world here. I love how carol phrases this is it a viable idea. Well the whole point of school in many ways is to show that they're a tremendous number of viable ideas that most people would never have considered basically. We've looked at all sorts of random topics so in that sense. It is viable in the sense that some people have been able to do quite well with it. I'll come to that in a moment. So a big part of me thinks well more power to you. You know like if you're able to figure this out in great why not but. I also think it's fair to say as well is clearly a bubble of some kind you know in the ones the people who really want to be successful here. They're going to have to evolve across platforms and also evolve with the times. Most of the big name. So-called mom bloggers just went away and the ones that are still active online are either doing something else entirely or they just don't reach as many people now like they don't have the influence they did during during peak mom blog so to these questions of how much they paid these days for the instagram model. For what well they usually do. It is essentially to use carols phrase hawking products. They are paper post in other words. A brand is saying. We're going to pay you so much for this post. It's often based almost always based on the audience size. Most mom bloggers in the ten thousand to fifty thousand follower. Range will earn a few hundred dollars for product posts. It can be a pretty big range. Like i was reading about someone who has several hundred thousand followers and she was saying she. She's done deals for four hundred and fifty dollars. She's done deals for five thousand dollars. Okay so there is some real money at the high end. At least i think also. It is a cutthroat world and a lot of ways very saturated moms grammar market. Many brands only offer free product instead of payments which also it's kind of like more power to them like a lot of people say well. They shouldn't be doing that. They can try right just like anybody can try to be a mom instagram or any. Other kind of influence ser-. We've had stories in our archives of people who have offered free product instagram. That's helped them a lot so ultimately it's a free market you can choose you know affiliate commission where you get a cut of the sales price. They can be really really small and they're also issues with tracking so you can spend a lot of your influence over time pitching something and very few people swipe or whatever. They're they're supposed to do and if they do. It's not always tracked to your account last but not least certainly not least. You're always at the mercy of instagram and facebook of course which owns instagram and its algorithm so clearly not a sustainable business on the other hand you always need to evolve so if you originally wanted to be a mom blogger. It's hard to ignore instagram.
"fifty thousand followers" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"We're not dudes or both amazingly and if you if you kind of do that exclusively even just for a couple of weeks and you start top-loading how many people you're fouling twitter's recommendation algorithm will start to find them for you and it might actually be helpful. I also wonder fall on that with. I believe in not just following the big names because it kind of me off that we're all like following the same. You know twenty people right or hundred or a thousand. And i. I used to follow everyone back. And so he got like really really crazy and i had to drop it unfortunately but i do believe when i have positive engagements with people like it doesn't matter if they have five dollars or fifty thousand followers to me You know we're not. It's ironic that on one hand like there's this thing where we're like. The twitter famous is thing and then at the same time like it really doesn't matter i don't know i had a better phrasing for this but anyway i i want to say like if we're asking for twitter tips. It differs drastically if you have under a thousand followers versus if you have like more than that and so i kinda wanna be like. Which one are you asking for. Actually not talking about lake tips for being more effective on getting your message out on twitter or whatever but if i want to consume twitter and i wanna have a good experience of consuming twitter and engaging with people versus like. Yeah that's a whole other. There are thousands of podcasts dedicated. To nothing else. I don't mean episodes of podcast. I mean actual podcasts. About like how to post better on social media and stuff. I'm thinking about like if you wanna have a good experience as part of the twitter community or get information by using twitter. Like what are some good hacks. Are you know tips or thing. I'd say i'd say sasha's points still kind of stands though because as someone who has a thousand our last forever it is like i don't have to do any level of grooming or concern for.
Leach deletes, apologizes for quarantine tweet
"The he hasn't coached a game yet but the new Mississippi state football head coach I'm already in a bit of hot water you saying sorry for tweet that even some of his players are calling on his man the polisario Mike leach apologized Thursday for a since deleted tweet from Wednesday evening showing a meme of a woman in her husband on news with the caption after two weeks of quarantine with her husband true decided to name him a scarf between from the Mississippi state head football coach received nearly thirty seven hundred likes but also criticism including from some Bulldogs players were African American and found the depiction of the newest racially insensitive we choose no stranger to posting means two is three hundred fifty thousand followers tweeting Thursday I sincerely regret if my choice of images in my tweets were found offensive I had no intention of offending
Fox's Ingraham taking vacation as advertisers flee amid controversy
"Host says she's taking a vacation this week as advertisers flee her show because of a twitter war with a parkland shooting survivor fox news anchor laura ingram earlier this week tweety david hogg rejected by four colleges to which he applied and winds about hog fired back asking his nearly six hundred fifty thousand followers on twitter to boycott ingram's top advertisers the list of companies pulling as now includes big names like expedia hulu nestle and johnson and johnson ingrams issued an apology to hog sane in a spirit of holy week i apologize for any upset or hurt my tweet caused him or any of the brave victims of parkland abc's kenneth moten malala yousafzai arrived in her hometown in pakistan today for the first time since being shot by the taliban in two thousand twelve this is abc news okay more americans turn first in the morning a start their day go on tell them robin warning america short good morning america laura good morning america take them robin let's settle good in your morning with abc's good morning welcome this shot girls on mytalk one zero seven one i'm elliot caplin with my mom harmony and hope is here to hire everybody wow i'm so.