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There is no doubt that you are an expert in the Facebook platform, but how do you package and sell the services that revolve around your expertise? That’s today’s video. Stay tuned.

Hey, it’s Alzay Calhoun with Coveted Consultant, and this video is about the Facebook platform. Now, you’re an expert. You know that there’s many different ways to use the platform. There are free methods, there are paid methods, and in fact, Facebook is adding or changing its functionality every single day. You’re in that world. You understand all of those nuances, but your challenge is in packaging your expertise in such a way where other clients are excited to buy it, so how do you do that? Let’s use a couple examples, shall we?

One way of leveraging the Facebook platform is through paid advertisements. If you have expertise in utilizing Facebook to do paid advertising, how might that service work? Let’s think about it going backwards. We know what the client wants. At the end of the day what they want is they want paid advertisements running on their behalf and they want someone else to do it and someone else to figure it out. You need to get them here as quickly as possible in a way that’s comfortable for them. We’re here, we’re doing paid ads.

You’re clear on what metrics to measure. What ads, what copy, what landing page? That’s all got to be set up first. You’ve got to understand the client’s core sales process, so if they’re using the paid ads to get new clients, if they actually want money to be at the end of this process, then you got to be clear on what their existing sales process is, especially if it combines online and offline.

Now let’s look at it from a organic perspective. If we’re not doing paid ads, how would you help a client manage their Facebook presence? Well, typically you’re managing their Facebook page. What does your client want? They want someone else to manage their Facebook page without them having to worry about it or fumble with it. Your job is to create a service that gets them to that desired end goal. Now, what you got to do and make sure that at the end of the day you are measuring something.

Take a step back. Who’s creating the content? Someone’s got to create the content, so if we’re creating messages to go out every 20 minutes, that’s a lot of content. Who’s creating those links, and the copy, and the images, etc that’s got to get done? One step prior to that, in order to create relevant content you got to make sure that you understand the client’s voice and tone. How do they want to communicate? How are they currently communicating on the platform?

Again, there’s more than one way to measure all this out, to do this. You may have incremental steps in between. All of that’s fine. The real important point here is that that services that you have lead the client to exactly where they want to be before they start work. They can step back and say, “Oh, I see. That’s how we get to where I want to be. I’m in.” Then you know on your end that you are organized to deliver on this step, you are organized to deliver on this step, you are organized to deliver on this step, and you and the client can sit down together and look at these numbers and make sure that they’re flowing the way that you want them to.

But if the client says yes because you laid it out cute on some webpage, and then you are disorganized in how you deliver this, nobody wins. You become overwhelmed, they become disappointed, and you lose your momentum as a company. This idea of producing your services and building them out in this path works on two ends. One, so you can clearly describe it to your clients so they know what they’re buying, and on the other end, your company knows how to deliver it and that excellent you can repeat over and over again. I know you’re an expert, so package your services so you can charge more for them.

Hey it’s Alzay again and I really hope you enjoyed that video. I realize that things can look really simple and clean and neat and easy when they’re laid out on a whiteboard, but trying to apply these things inside your business can have their own level of frustration. What do you do now? What are your next steps? Well, if you want to watch another video you can. If you want to subscribe to the channel you probably should. But if you’re over the information and you want help packaging and selling your unique consulting services, there’s a program that I have and you can get information on that program via a free training available right now on this page somewhere. Again, thank you for your time for watching this video, and I look forward to seeing you in the next one.

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Secret Life of Digital Media and Digital Marketing with Anurag Harsh, Ziff Davis CXOTalk #263

Digital media and publishing is a tough industry, with changing business models and competition from large and small players. Learn how a seasoned entrepreneur helped create one of the large digital media and publishing brands in the world.

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Digital media guru Anurag Harsh was recently voted as LinkedIn’s #1 Voice in Technology. He is a founding member of the executive team at Ziff Davis for the past 7.5 years and has orchestrated its growth from a small privately held company into one of the world’s largest public digital media companies with the group’s revenues exceeding $1 Billion at a $3.5B Market Cap and 200% growth in stock price.

Anurag is the author of 7 business books including three Amazon bestsellers, has published over 400 business articles for Huffpost, FORBES and other publishers, is a Wharton & MIT alum and has performed two sold out solo concerts at the Carnegie Hall as a vocalist.

From the transcript:

Anurag Harsh: Well, digital media and the advertising landscape is staggeringly complex. Let’s start with some of the misnomers that people have about the landscape. Smartphone growth is slowing. Everybody thinks that it’s all about mobile and smartphones. Therefore, a lot of the digital media publishers are publishing to smartphones. Of course, they should do that, but what they don’t realize is that global smartphone shipments actually just grew 3% this year compared to 10% last year. That’s something that’s important. In order to build a business, a digital media business, you need to understand the landscape and who your target customer is and where they’re actually browsing.

The other thing that’s happening when you think about the Internet usage growth is, at least in North America, adults are spending a lot of time every day, as we all know, about five or six hours a day, on the Internet. That’s about 3 hours per day on just mobile compared to maybe it was like 45 or 50 minutes a few years ago.

The other thing that’s happening is the online total advertising spend because all the digital media business is fundamentally advertising driven, different forms of advertising. It could be commerce, it could be display, it could be affiliate, but it’s all bundled under advertising. The total online ad spend, it’s growing steadily. Mobile obviously has now overtaken the desktop in ad dollars, just as it has with usage and time. That’s an important thing.

Anurag Harsh: But they’re only seeing 20% of the ad spend. What that tells me is there’s a massive gap, and this gap is about $16 billion of opportunity for essentially brands to have more mobile ads on the Internet.

The other thing that’s happening is–and we all know this, but I’m going to say it anyway–over the next several months, and it’s probably already happening right now, the dollars that are spent on Internet ads are starting to eclipse dollars that are spent on television. What that tells me is it’s indicating a huge opportunity for mobile products to soak up the shift. These are some of the things that are happening.

There are quite a few other things that are happening in the world of digital. This is absolutely true. There’s the ad duopoly, which means Google and Facebook control 85% of the growth in online ads, and their share is increasing every year. As more data and impressions keep helping these companies improve their targeting, it really is becoming very, very hard, really impossible. It’s an existential problem, I call it, and we’re going to talk about this a little more, eventually.

It’s becoming harder and harder for other platforms, and really any other publisher, to compete. That’s the thing. There’s this ad duopoly, and it’s not going to go away. It’s actually going to get even worse.

The other aspect of that is this whole thing called ad blocking. It’s skyrocketing. People don’t want to see ads, which is the glue and the oil of the Internet that powers all of digital media. In developing markets where data costs can be high, what users are doing is they’re increasingly blocking ads whenever they can. Nearly 400 million people around the world are blocking mobile ads, and that’s a problem.

Big platforms like Facebook, Google, Snap, they’re responding to advertisers seeking to prove return on investment on their ad spend by improving ad targeting relevance, the ads that people are going to see–hopefully they don’t block these ads because the ads are more relevant to what they want to see–and then measuring, the measurement of how these ads work. Targeting has become a huge thing.

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Digital Marketing Basics, SEO and Beyond for Designers and Entrepreneurs

Digital marketing for creative professionals, entrepreneurs and small businesses isn’t as simple as it used to be. SEO is a David and Goliath story now. Here are some tips and techniques to help you win this epic battle.
This video is targeted to my channel’s audience of entrepreneurs, designers, creative professionals and anyone interested in brand strategy, business planning, design, trend, marketing and communications.
Philip VanDusen is the founder of Verhaal Brand Design, a strategic design and branding consultancy in the New York City metro area. He is an accomplished creative executive and expert in strategic branding, graphic design and creative management. Philip gives design, branding, marketing and business advice to creative professionals and entrepreneurs on building successful creative practices and brands.



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