Sign Up For Newsletter
Rapbank

[rapbank]

Marketing

20 Podcasts To Elevate Your B2B Marketing

This may be of some interest.

Woman rock climber scaling roof over water and sky image.

Woman rock climber scaling roof over water and sky image.

Gaining insight, advice, and new perspectives from top B2B marketing industry leaders is an incredible way to help scale your marketing skills and efforts to new heights. And podcasts, which are exploding in availability and popularity, can be a fantastic medium for getting access to those talented and seasoned industry leaders.

From the emerging B2B marketing trends to heartfelt stories of life’s great successes and bitter failures, there is so much we can learn by listening to people who have persevered and thrived. And lucky for you, we’ve compiled 20 of the best podcasts for B2B marketers right here.

via GIPHY

We’ve touched on podcasts a time or two here, with Senior Content Marketing Manager Josh Nite bringing you a first edition of digital marketing podcasts to consider back in 2016. Many of those podcasts have continued to evolve, making it hard not to mention them again here. But there are some new kids on the block, too.

And with adoption as a marketing medium and a learning and entertainment tool rising, we hope you’ll find something that strikes your fancy.

2019 January 11 Statistics Image

[bctt tweet=”Great stories happen to those who can tell them. — This American Life podcast host Ira Glass @iraglass” username=”toprank”]

Now let’s fast-forward to our list of 20 diverse podcasts that will provide a fascinating array of ideas and trends to expand and improve your B2B marketing efforts, presented in random order.

#1 – Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

Summary: Marketing Over Coffee explores the intersection of marketing and technology, with news, tips, and author interviews.

  • Hosts: Chris Penn and John Wall
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Influencers, Social Media Listening Tools, Heirarchical Ontology
  • Recent Guests: Brendan Kane, Samuel Monnie, Jocelyn Brown
  • Episode Length: 25 – 30 minutes

#2 – Six Pixels of Separation

Six Pixels of Separation

Summary: Six Pixels of Separation offers insights on brands, consumers, technology and our interconnected world.

  • Hosts: Mitch Joel
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Business, innovation, and the marketing landscape.
  • Recent Guests: Joseph Jaffe, Bernadette Jiwa, Ekaterina Walter
  • Episode Length: One hour

#3 – Marketing Smarts

Marketing Smarts

Summary: Marketing Smarts talks to industry leaders and authors such as Chris Brogan, Ann Handley and Gary Vaynerchuk, as well as c-suite executives from organizations including IBM, National Geographic, Dell, and the Baltimore Ravens.

Hosts: Kerry O’Shea Gorgone

  • Recent Topics on Tap: Livestreaming, Branding, and a Scientific Approach to Metrics, Measurement, and Marketing ROI
  • Recent Guests: Laura Gassner Otting, Minter Dial, Brian Fanzo
  • Episode Length: 25 – 35 minutes

#4 – Social Media Marketing Podcast

Social Media Marketing

Summary: Social Media Marketing presents success stories and expert interviews from leading social media marketing professionals.

  • Hosts: Michael Stelzner
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Facebook organic marketing, How to Avoid Distraction as a Marketer
  • Recent Guests: Mari Smith, Brian Solis, Nathan Latka
  • Episode Length: 45 minutes

#5 – Scott Stratten’s Unpodcast

Scott Stratten's Unpodcast

Summary: Scott Stratten’s Unpodcast presents real-life examples, tips and guidance from experts on human resources, marketing and branding, networking, public relations, and customer service.

#6 – Adweek’s CMO Moves

Adweek's CMO Moves

Summary: Adweek’s CMO Moves podcast offers inspiring career advice and the personal success stories behind an array of top marketing leaders.

  • Hosts: Nadine Dietz
  • Topics on Tap: How to Win as a Team, The Hunt for a Signature Move
  • Recent Guests: Emily Culp, Seth Freeman, Meredith Verdone
  • Episode Length: 30 minutes

#7 – LinkedIn Live with Marketers

LinkedIn Live with Marketers

Summary: LinkedIn Live with Marketers is a video-based series that can also be enjoyed listening to only the audio, as the LinkedIn (client) hosts tackle challenges top of mind for marketers.

  • Hosts: Jann Schwarz and others
  • Recent Topics on Tap: The Staying Power of Breakthrough Ideas, Brand Awareness vs. Lead Gen: Battle or Balance?
  • Recent Guests: Wendy Clark, Rob Norman, Peter Weinberg
  • Episode Length: One hour

#8 – Lexicon Valley

Lexicon Valley

Summary: Lexicon Valley digs deeply into language, from pet peeves, syntax, and etymology to neurolinguistics and the death of languages.

  • Hosts: John McWhorter
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Is Social Media Changing English?, One Tongue to Rule Them All
  • Recent Guests: Deborah Tannen, Lane Greene
  • Episode Length: 40 minutes

#9 – Should This Exist?

Should This Exist?

Summary: Should This Exist? is hosted by Flickr and Hunch co-founder Caterina Fake, and explores the impact technology in all its forms has had on humanity. “We’re seeing amazing new technologies that are emerging every day that we need to have a conversation about,” Fake recently told Fast Company.

  • Hosts: Caterina Fake
  • Topics on Tap: Affectiva: Software that detects how you feel, Halo: A headset that makes you learn faster
  • Recent Guests: Neuroscientist Daniel Chao, entrepreneur and scientist Rana El-Kaliouby
  • Episode Length: 35 minutes

#10 – The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

The Art of Process

Summary: The Art of Process sees hosts Aimee and Ted talk to friends across the creative spectrum to explore how they work, and the process of turning ideas into art.

  • Hosts: Aimee Mann and Ted Leo
  • Recent Topics on Tap: The rise of streaming services, How to tackle a blank page
  • Recent Guests: Wyatt Cenac, Rebecca Sugar, Dan Wilson
  • Episode Length: 50 minutes

#11 – Without Fail

Without Fail

Summary: Without Fail is hosted by former This American Life contributor and NPR journalist Alex Blumberg, and takes a weekly look at someone who’s taken a big risk and either failed or found success.

  • Hosts: Alex Blumberg
  • Topics on Tap: Bringing Brands Back to Life, The Man Behind the Iconic Apple Stores: Ron Johnson
  • Recent Guests: Andrew Mason of Groupon, Sophia Amoruso of Nasty Gal and Girlboss
  • Episode Length: 50 minutes

#12 -The Marketing Book Podcast

Marketing Book Podcast

Summary: The Marketing Book Podcast fills each Friday with a new episode interviewing bestselling marketing authors.

  • Hosts: Douglas Burdett
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Marketing Flexology, Laughing @ Advertising, Questions that Sell
  • Recent Guests: Guy Kawasaki, Jay Acunzo, Mark Schaefer
  • Episode Length: 50 minutes

#13 – The BeanCast

The BeanCast

Summary: The BeanCast is a weekly exploration and roundtable discussion of advertising trends that could have an impact your brand.

  • Host: Bob Knorpp
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Marketing Ethics, Branded Podcasting, Frictionless Brands
  • Recent Guests: Jay Baer, Colin Glaum, Lisa Laporte
  • Episode Length: One hour plus

#14 – Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

Summary: Social Pros Podcast, named the best podcast at the Content Marketing Awards, provides inside looks at real people doing real social media work.

  • Hosts: Jay Baer and Adam Brown
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Why Your People Are the Secret to B2B Social Media Wins, How to Use Authenticity to Become an Iconic Business,
  • Recent Guests: Seth Godin, Rohit Bhargava, Need James
  • Episode Length: 50 – 55 minutes

#15 – The Marketing Companion Podcast

The Marketing Companion Podcast

Summary: The Marketing Companion Podcast serves up insights and ideas to boost your marketing skills. It’s billed as “always fun, always interesting, and always on-target with insights and ideas that will turn up your marketing intellect to an ’11.'”

  • Hosts: Mark Schaefer and Brooke Sellas
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Social media burn-out, Mind-bending social media trends
  • Recent Guests: Kerry Gorgone, Mitch Joel
  • Episode Length: 25 – 40 minutes

#16 – Copyblogger FM

Copyblogger FM

Summary: Copyblogger FM gets to the heart of the latest marketing tips, tactics, stories and strategies that provide acceleration for your business. Featuring a rotating lineup of analysts, this podcast covers a variety of tactical areas such as email marketing, content marketing, conversion optimization, and more.

  • Hosts: Sonia Simone
  • Recent Topics on Tap: Getting Your Big, Scary Projects Finished, The 3 Plus 1 Foundational Elements of Effective Persuasion
  • Recent Guests: Amber Naslund, Pamela Wilson, Nathan Barry
  • Episode Length: 25 minutes

#17 – Invisibilia

Invisibilia

Summary: Invisibilia joins narrative storytelling and science to make you see your own life differently, with lessons applicable to marketers.

  • Hosts: LuLu Miller, Alix Spiegel, and Hanna Rosin
  • Recent Topics on Tap: The Remote Control Brain, Who Do You Let In?
  • Recent Guests: Cord Jefferson, Max Hawkins, Renato Rosaldo
  • Episode Length: 35 – 55 minutes

#18 – The Strategy Hour

The Strategy Hour

Summary: The Strategy Hour offers actionable strategies and marketing tips for growing your business, plus in-depth interviews that go straight to the “meat and potatoes.”

  • Hosts: Abagail Pumphrey and Emylee Williams
  • Recent Topics on Tap: How to Listen to Your Audience, Why Creating Community is Crucial for Your Brand and Happiness
  • Recent Guests: Kathleen Cutler, Sarah Peck, Nikki Porcher
  • Episode Length: 35 – 40 minutes

#19 – Behind the Brilliance

Behind the Brilliance

Summary: Behind the Brilliance features “smart and funny” conversations and takes a weekly journey with leading innovators, creatives, and entrepreneurs.

  • Host: Lisa Nicole Bell
  • Topics on Tap: The link between self-awareness and success, The importance of starting small to make big changes
  • Recent Guests: Laura Vanderkam, Jonathan Jackson, Paul Jarvis
  • Episode Length: One hour plus

#20 – Women in Tech

Women in Tech

Summary: Women in Tech explores marketing and technology featuring inspiring women who are Engineers, Founders, Investors, UX and UI Designers, and Journalists.

  • Host: Espree Devora
  • Topics on Tap: Women Empowering Technologies, Building technology-driven businesses
  • Recent Guests: Kristine Kornilova, Linda Sinka, Marite Aleksandra Silava
  • Episode Length: 11 – 40 plus minutes

Lifelong Learning From B2B Marketing-Focused Podcasts

Incorporating podcasts in the world of B2B marketing can be challenging, yet the advantages they offer make a strong case for considering them in your own campaigns. And it can be done.

For example, our client 3M conducted one of the largest science studies ever focused on global attitudes about science. The resulting State of Science Index research report led to the launch of 3M’s first podcast, the Science Champions Podcast.

Hosted by 3M’s Chief Science Advocate Jayshree Seth, the first season featured 21 science experts and influencers on topics ranging from an introduction to science in everyday life to careers in the field.

3M Science Champions Podcast Image

Results: The Science Champions podcast exceeded all expectations for downloads and engagement, resulting in the launch of Season 2 in March 2019. The podcast has also created relationships with science influencers and helped to showcase internal influencers.

As another example, Dell Technologies wanted to partner with industry influencers to create useful content for customers and increase the influence of their internal experts, which led to the creation of the Dell Luminaries podcast, hosted by influencers Mark Schaefer and Doug Karr.

The podcast highlights technology visionaries from inside Dell and out, and helps put a human touch on technology innovation.

Dell Luminaries podcast image.

Results: The Dell Luminaries project built a single platform that brings voices from multiple companies under the Dell brand together.

Our CEO Lee Odden recently wrote a Digital Marketing Institute article, which featured 3M and Dell’s podcasting success along with eight other B2B companies that have had strong results from influencer marketing.

It’s Only Just Begun — What Are Your Favorites?

This list only scratches the surface of the excellent marketing-related podcasts available. If you have a favorite not listed here, please leave a comment with a podcast that inspires your B2B marketing efforts.

Considering a podcast for your B2B brand? Get the what, why, and how lowdown on B2B podcasting from our own Joshua Nite.

The post 20 Podcasts To Elevate Your B2B Marketing appeared first on Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®.

Thank you for reading.

Is Facebook Organic Marketing Dead?

This may be of some interest.

Have recent changes to Facebook impacted your marketing? Wondering what you should and shouldn’t be doing with your organic Facebook marketing? To explore Facebook organic marketing, I interview Mari Smith. Mari is a consultant for Facebook and the leading expert on Facebook marketing. She’s also author of The New Relationship Marketing: How to Build a […]

The post Is Facebook Organic Marketing Dead? appeared first on Social Media Marketing | Social Media Examiner.

Thank you for reading.

How to Set & Achieve Marketing Objectives in 2019

This may be of some interest.

In the content marketing industry, setting objectives can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, constantly raising the bar can incentivize your team to sustain your growth rate over long periods of time. But on the other hand, it can also incentivize your team to prioritize your company’s needs over your customers’ needs.

You might be thinking that this is the nature of content marketing today — in order to grow, you need to stay laser-focused on hitting your numbers. And, sometimes, to hit your numbers, you need to do what’s best for the business, even if it’s not the best move for your customers.

But contrary to popular belief, solely focusing on the results doesn’t actually produce results. Focusing on serving your customers is what produces results. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, is famous for sparking this customer-centric movement. In 2015, he spoke at Goldman Sach’s Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco, and a reporter asked him what were some of Apple’s biggest accomplishments from the past year. He responded, “We’re not focused on the numbers. We’re focused on the things that produce the numbers.”

In content marketing, one of the most influential things that produce the numbers is a passion for your craft. But, sometimes, we can get so obsessed with optimizing for results that we forget what actually generates the views and leads we desperately desire — compelling content.

In this blog post, we’ll show you how to set realistic marketing objectives that will help you craft audience-centric content, prioritize your customers’ needs, and hit your numbers, all at the same time. Read on to learn how to identify your marketing objectives’ purpose and process and why it’s just as important as the numbers you aim to hit.

Download your free marketing goal-setting template here. 

In his insightful blog post about setting goals, Jay Acunzo, the founder of Unthinkable Media, reveals a subtle yet potent problem that has pervaded the content marketing industry over the years — traditional goal setting lets you measure what you do, but it doesn’t lend itself to gauging how you do it or why, which is what ultimately gives your work meaning and pushes you to hone your craft.

In marketing, you obviously need to aim for concrete targets. But, like we said earlier, only focusing on the results can sometimes incentivize you to take a course of action that prioritizes your organization’s needs over your customers’ needs.

To help you focus more on your purpose and process instead of just your results, Jay recommends considering two other things when setting a marketing objective — your hunger and aspirational anchor.

Your hunger is your current dissatisfaction with your work today or why you want to achieve your goal. Your aspirational anchor is your vision of your work in the future or how you’ll achieve your goal. These two things drive your motivation and keep you on track to create work that better serves your customers. And when you add your goal to the equation, you’ll be able to simultaneously produce customer-centric work and hit your numbers.

To learn how to set objectives that help you focus on the “why” and “how” behind your marketing initiative, check out the following example.

Marketing Objective Example

Hunger (Why) – Our blog educates our audience well but it doesn’t resonate emotionally with them enough.

Aspirational Anchor (How) – Run a blog that consistently resonates with our audience and that people look forward to reading every time they receive our email digest.

Goal (What) – Increase blog subscribers by 25% month over month this year.

With this goal setting framework, you can see how the “why” and “how” behind a goal incentivizes behavior that better serves customers and hits numbers at the same time.

For instance, in the example above, this blog team refuses to just do whatever it takes to boost their blog subscription. They want to craft emotionally resonant stories that their audience actually values, or content that’s worth subscribing to, and this is what will lead to their growth in subscribers and create long-term value for their business.

If this blog team didn’t identify their hunger or set an aspirational anchor, however, the only thing that would guide them toward the finish line is the finish line itself. And that could incentivize short-sighted behavior that helps them achieve their goal at the expense of prioritizing their audience’s needs over their own.

Setting Realistic Marketing Objectives With the SMART Goal Framework

Now that we understand the “why” and the “how” behind setting marketing objectives, let’s go over how you can root the “what” in reality with the SMART goal framework.

SMART goals are realistic, quantifiable, and focused targets that you can easily aim for. If you’re wondering what SMART means, it’s an acronym that helps you clearly define your goals. Check out the framework below to learn more.

Specific

In terms of marketing, you should choose the particular metric you want to improve upon, like visitors, leads, or customers. You should also determine what each team members will work on, the resources they’ll have, and their plan of action.

Measurable

If you want to gauge your team’s progress, you need to quantify your goals, like achieving an X percentage increase in visitors, leads, or customers.

Attainable

Make sure that X-percentage increase is achievable in your specific situation. If your blog traffic increased by 5% last month, try to increase it by 8-10% this month, not 30%. It’s crucial to base your goals off of your own analytics, not industry benchmarks, or else you might bite off more than you can chew.

Relevant

Your goal needs to relate to your company’s overall goal and account for current trends in your industry. For instance, will growing your Facebook following lead to more revenue? And is it actually possible for you to significantly boost your organic reach on Facebook after their most recent algorithm change? If you’re aware of these factors, you’ll be more likely to set goals that are realistic, achievable, and beneficial to your company.

Time-bound

Attaching deadlines to your goals puts pressure on your team to accomplish them. And this helps you make consistent and significant progress in the long-term. If you don’t give yourself a deadline, accomplishing your goal will take too long to achieve long-term success. For example, which would you prefer? Increasing leads by 5% every month, leading to a 30-35% increase in half a year? Or trying to increase leads by 15% with no deadline and achieving that goal in a year?

Blending Hunger, Aspirational Anchors, and SMART Goals

By analyzing two different goal setting frameworks, we’ve learned how to identify the “why”, “how”, and “what” behind your marketing objectives . Now, we can blend the two frameworks to set a realistic goal that fulfills our customers needs first and helps us hit our numbers at the same time. Check out this example for more detail.

Specific (Include your hunger and aspiration)

Our blog educates our audience well, but it doesn’t resonate emotionally with them enough. Let’s start running a blog that can consistently resonate with our audience, that people look forward to reading every time they receive our email digest, and can attract more subscribers.

Measurable

Increase month-over-month blog subscribers by 25% this year.

Attainable

Last year, we increased month-over-month blog subscribers by 15%.

Relevant (Include your hunger and aspiration)

If we can craft emotionally resonant stories that our audience actually values, we can build deeper relationships with them, attract more subscribers who we can also build deep relationships with, and hopefully do business with them in the future.

SMART Goal

By crafting stories that consistently resonate with our audience and is worth subscribing to, we can increase our month-to-month subscribers by 25% this year.

free marketing goal setting template

Thank you for reading.

Want to Prove Content Marketing ROI? You Need an Actionable Marketing Dashboard

This may be of some interest.

Why You Need an Actionable Content Marketing Dashboard

Why You Need an Actionable Content Marketing Dashboard

Content marketers are believers. We believe our content brings real value to our prospects, clients, and partners. We believe our content is essential for driving demand. And we believe that content marketing is essential for bolstering our company’s bottom line.

However, we’re also realistic; as it’s often said: Seeing is believing. So, we need to be able to show proof of content marketing ROI to get our key stakeholders to believe, too.

And to do this, we need a source of truth that artfully and easily shows how we’re performing against our benchmarks, goals, and key performance indicators (KPIs), as well as where we’ve identified opportunities to improve results. We need an actionable content marketing dashboard.

To put it simply, when set up right, an actionable dashboard allows us to answer two simple questions: 1) Is what we’re doing working? 2) Why is it (or isn’t) working?

How does this help you identify, show, and prove ROI across the organization? Let’s dive in.

How Actionable Content Marketing Dashboards Can Inform, Inspire, & Show ROI

What are the benefits of an actionable content marketing dashboard? All the fun and exciting benefits that come from knowing how your content is performing at a granular level aside, there are a ton of benefits that come from a holistic content marketing dashboard—especially when it comes to getting stakeholder engagement and buy-in.

An actionable marketing dashboard isn’t just a long, dry analytics report. It’s visually engaging and easy to digest.

[bctt tweet=”An actionable #marketing dashboard isn’t just a long, dry analytics report. It’s visually engaging and easy to digest. – @Tiffani_Allen” username=”toprank”]

Highlight the Bottom Line for Leadership

The executives hold the purse-strings. And they want to ensure the budget you’ve been given is being put to good use.

With an actionable dashboard, you can avoid the awkward “What have you done for me lately?” conversation with your leadership team by easily showing them how your content marketing efforts tie back to overall business objectives.

With the right data and insight readily available in your dashboard, you can showcase performance from visit to sale, so when they ask: “Is this content getting us an ROI?” Your answer can be: “You bet. In fact, overall our content marketing efforts drove 200% ROI in 2018 and we’re trending to exceed that benchmark in 2019 based on our goals.”

Of course, as a general rule, you don’t lose marketing funding for something that pays for itself and more.

Inspire Your Peers Inside & Outside the Marketing Department

When your marketing team members are able to see the fruits of their labor, they’ll be more driven to continue what’s working and looking for innovation opportunities to take it to the next level.

In addition, if you’ve been working with an internal subject matter expert such as your human resources director or sales manager to create content, showcasing how their contributions are making an impact will make them more open to ongoing collaboration—which can help all parties reach their goals.

As a little tip, consider making a leaderboard in your dashboard so contributors can easily track how the content they’ve contributed to is performing. Adding a little competition based on objectives is a fun way to level-up performance. (Betting on this performance is optional.)

[bctt tweet=”When your #marketing team members are able to see the fruits of their labor, they’ll be more driven to continue what’s working and looking for innovation opportunities to take it to the next level. @Tiffani_Allen” username=”toprank”]

Set New Hires Up for Scalable Marketing Success

Another key benefit is that actionable marketing dashboards can help you scale your content marketing efforts. For example, if you find yourself proving so much ROI that you need to expand your team to keep up with demand, you can easily transfer knowledge to your new hires about what kind of content works and doesn’t work, and how they can know the difference.

This kind of results-focused training and new hire orientation helps keep your full team aligned around what really matters—creating and marketing quality content that exceeds your benchmarks and blows your goals out of the water.

Strengthen Relationships With Clients & Influential Collaborators

Whether you’re working with industry influencers to co-create content or you regularly engage clients to provide testimonials and case studies, you have the opportunity to use your marketing dashboard to show them not only how valuable they are to your marketing efforts, but the mutual value being incurred.

For example, let’s say a client helped create a testimonial or case study that saw a 300% increase in visibility over benchmark for that content type. Your message to them can be that together you’ve driven an incredible amount of brand awareness for both of your organizations.

Your Actionable Next Step? Create Your Content Marketing Dashboard

The performance of your content marketing means much more than traditional success metrics—it can mean visibility for your business, strength for your bottom line, and alignment for your internal teams.

If you’re ready for more visibility and creating a stronger business case for your efforts, the first step is to create a dashboard of your own, tailored to your marketing and business objectives.

Again, when properly set up, an actionable dashboard should allow you to answer two simple questions: 1) Is what we’re doing working? 2) Why is it (or isn’t) working?

Wondering how to create this magical dashboard? Check out our guide to marketing dashboard essentials to get started on your path toward data-driven success.

The post Want to Prove Content Marketing ROI? You Need an Actionable Marketing Dashboard appeared first on Online Marketing Blog – TopRank®.

Thank you for reading.

Video Marketing Blaster Review

Video Marketing Blaster Review – How newbies get on Page #1 of Google… without SEO? 

Name: Video Marketing Blaster 

Product Owner: Ali G, Stoica & Vlad 

Website: Click Here 

Price: $37 

 

In a nutshell, what is Video Marketing Blaster? 

Video Marketing Blaster is software that is able to reverse-engineer the YouTube & Google ranking system and get you Page #1 rankings with just 3 clicks, giving you an unfair advantage over other marketers, and all without needing any SEO experience or backlinks. 

Who is Video Marketing Blaster for? 

Video Marketing Blaster is very a simple to use software platform, so from that point of view, it is newbie-friendly. However, it assumes you’ve already started an online business of some sort, or at the very least, you know which type of online business you want to get into, and are in the process of building it. From that point of view, it is aimed at slightly above newbie-level and beyond. Basically, anyone who needs traffic coming in to their products, services or affiliate offers can benefit from Video Marketing Blaster: 

  • Affiliate marketers  
  • CPA Marketers 
  • Digital Marketers 
  • Bloggers 
  • YouTubers 
  • Website owners 
  • Video marketers

3 things I love about Video Marketing Blaster: 

  1. I love how you don’t need to know a thing about backlinks or SEO. Video Marketing Blaster does all that for you as it finds the best untapped buyer keywords, and auto-generates perfectly optimized Title/Descriptions/Tags, with the​ ​exact​ ​right​ ​balance​ ​ ​that​ ​will​ ​make​ ​Google​ ​fall​ ​in​ ​love​ ​with​ ​your videos, and​ ​give​ ​your​ ​video​s instant​ ​top​ ​rankings. 
  2. I’m a sucker for real life proof, as theory is just theory to me. I’ve personally checked out some of the latest big product launches, and I saw that most of the top ranking YouTube videos were generated with this new software, so I know this is working really well. 
  3. With perfectly auto-optimized videos that rank high on both YouTube and Google, you’ll never need paid traffic methods again, ideal for those with limited or no budget. 

 

What will I get inside Video Marketing Blaster? 

Video Marketing Blaster is essentially a 2 in 1 software platform: 

  • Module 1 Keyword Finder – analyzes all the keywords targeted by your competitors, and suggests the keywords that are bringing them the most traffic and which can be easy exploited. VMB will suggest to you all the highly descriptive BUYER keywords that users are searching for on Google and are sending targeted traffic to your competitors. 
  • Module 2 Video Details – perfectly optimizes titles, description and tags, by analyzing your competitors, finds the best related keywords and generates the exact “right balance” that will make Google give your video instant top rankings. 

 

Any drawbacks to Video Marketing Blaster? 

The only drawback is that you need to know how to create videos. This isn’t a beginner’s course in video marketing. It assumes you are already using videos in some capacity within your marketing efforts, but you want to now hit page 1 ranking every single time by eliminating the guesswork. If you’re a complete newbie, who has no idea of what avenue to pursue to make money online, then Video Marketing Blaster is not for you (although if you are interested in having your own video marketing agency selling your new video ranking skills to businesses, this is a bonus that you get – see below). 

 

Do I get any bonuses with Video Marketing Blaster 

Yes, you get one bonus: 

  • VIP invite to a private live training lesson where you will learn how to build your own video marketing agency ​​​​​​​and sign $500+/month clients. 

 

Final thoughts on Video Marketing Blaster: 

Can you imagine how much traffic you would get, and sales you would make, the minute you reach page #1 on Google & YouTube for a buyer keyword? Google have stated that a minimum of 75% of clicks go to the first page of results. That means, 3 out of 4 people never even get to the second page! 

 

Are you getting it now? If you’re not on the first page of Google for your keywords, you’re missing out on 75% of your buyers. But how can you get to page #1, when you have no SEO experience, no backlink experience, and no huge budget? Video Marketing Blaster is the perfect solution as it is able to reverse-engineer the YouTube & Google ranking system, and get you top rankings with just 3 clicks… so now you can leapfrog over your competition, and generate 4 times the sales and profits. 

 

==>> DOWNLOAD VIDEO MARKETING BLASTER NOW & GET STARTED 

 

[FREE WSO] REAL Clickbank Super Affiliate Reveals!

Finally…REAL Clickbank Secrets.. APPROVED By An Actual Clickbank Super Affiliate!
; About me:My name is Leon Tran and I’ve been doing internet marketing since 2005. Like many people, I began with affiliate marketing, and started with none other than….CLICKBANK!

It took me a while but…

In 2012 I’ve finally made it! And Became a TOP Clickbank 6-figure Super Affiliate. Clickbank mailed me a certificate, check it out below!

(The HowToWebmaster.com watermarks seen on these images are from my site.)

Introducing….

The FireBall Clickbank Affiliate Tips

Read More Here!