Have you heard of Tik Tok? You may have heard about it from friends or likely you have seen an ad on Facebook and YouTube. Tik Tok is trending up right now and many people, including celebrities, are jumping into the bandwagon. The creativity of users on Tik Tok is fun to see, but can it be the next big thing on social media? I answer this question on this episode of the vlog.
If you’ve watched Fear Factor during its early days, you’re likely familiar with its well known host, Joe Rogan. He has been an early pioneer in digital media and with that, he has over four million subscribers on his YouTube channel, the Joe Rogan Experience. He also puts out a lot of content on his podcast which continues to sit atop the Top 10 charts of all podcast platforms. In this episode, I’m talking about four important things innovative leaders can learn from his digital strategy.
I’ve been working remotely for almost five years now. I love the flexibility that allows me to be able to work from home, while traveling, and with a team that is distributed around the world. In the process, I’ve learned the need for tools to collaborate, organize, systematize and personalize connections. In this episode, I’m talking about three essential tools my team and I have been using, that may also help you work more effectively. How about you? What tools do you and your team use?
Over the years I have tried using several types of headphones for different purposes. When it comes to headphones there are many considerations–comfort, battery life, sound quality, price, and more. In this episode, I’m talking about the MPOW H5 Bluetooth Headphones I recently received, and what I like and don’t like about them.
LinkedIn is the social network I’m most focused on in 2019! On my channel, I’ve talked a lot about optimizing LinkedIn, its premium features, and doubling down on video content. Now, there’s a new Linkedin feature that not only helps you professionally, but also makes you stand out in a very personal way. Check it out!
Like most kids, my daughter enjoys watching videos on YouTube. For her 9th birthday, my wife and I allowed her to create her own channel. This episode of the vlog is not about whether a 9-year old should have a YouTube channel, but rather the creative process she undergoes from conceptualizing her own videos, the filming equipment she uses, the editing process, how she uploads the videos and more. If a 9 year old can do it, so can you! Check this out this episode of the vlog!
My Oculus Go is working again and I can’t wait to tell you about my new favorite app! I have been using this app for about a month and there are so many exciting things it brings to the global community of virtual reality (VR) creators and consumers. Plus, I’m making a special announcement at the end of the video, so make sure to watch to the end!
Before you jump into this vlog, I want to encourage you to check out the podcast Coming to New York City. On the podcast my wife and I tell our story of moving to New York City and give insights for those looking to travel to or move to NYC.
A few years ago, my family and I moved from Texas to New York and I love so much about this city. While my vlog is focused on social media, I sure love how some creators are using YouTube to share their journey in NYC. In this episode, I’m sharing some of my favorite NYC vloggers and I think there’s a thing or two that every creator can learn from watching these 10 individuals share their story through video.
In 2005, MySpace became the most visited social media site and everyone spent most of their social media focused time and effort on it! Yet in 2008, its glory days ended and Facebook was at the top while Myspace engagement quickly dwindled. Today, many are starting to ask: Is the future going to be the same for Facebook? Is Facebook dying like MySpace did? In this episode of the vlog, I’m sharing some big signs that Facebook may be dying, but few other reasons why it has its best days ahead.