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Creators have a big advantage in moving fast on under-valued real estate.

-Gary Vaynerchuk, on why creators make great entrepreneurs

Let’s get real for a minute: you’re not going to be more talented. Talent is a natural gift, and you can’t control how much talent you’re born with. But you CAN control how much time and effort you dedicate toward making your dreams come true. And very few people on this planet grind harder than Gary Vaynerchuk.

As you’ve probably heard Gary talk about in his wildly popular videos and Snapchat, he’s a passionate believer in the power of creativity. In our digital, mobile-first world where images and video dominate nearly everything else, creators have a force multiplier that uniquely positions them to become entrepreneurs.

About 30 Days Of Genius

In this free video series, renowned photographer and CreativeLive Founder Chase Jarvis joins 30 of the brightest creative and entrepreneurial minds of our time for inspiring and informative interviews.

30 Days of Genius unlocks the big thinking and breakthroughs that allowed these geniuses to break the mold, with the goal of igniting the genius inside you.

You'll hear from Mark Cuban, Arianna Huffington, Levar Burton, Richard Branson, Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tim Ferriss, Ramit Sethi, and 22 more gamechanging geniuses.

YouTube Marketing

with James Wedmore

Grow your business with video marketing

Whether you’re selling services, digital goods or a physical product, video is a critical part of your marketing toolkit. From YouTube to Snapchat to Instagram, if you’re doing business online you NEED to be using video.

But you probably know that. You probably know that you need to add video to your marketing toolkit, but you’ve been intimidated by the complexity, cost and technical challenges.

You might be scared of getting in front of the camera. Or maybe you just aren’t sure what content you should be making.

We’ve hit all the same roadblocks, and that’s why we created this class which systematically knocks down all those pain points and lays out a clear, actionable blueprint for unlocking the power of video marketing. Get started now, don’t miss out on the traction you could be getting from video!

You'll learn:

  • James’ proven 6-step guide to creating marketing videos (the formula is incredibly flexible and works for ANY business)
  • Clear, easy-to-follow guides to choosing a camera, editing, lighting, script-writing, and other key pieces of the video production process
  • The “Video Sandwich” technique that immediately captivates audiences and holds their attention until the end
  • Shopping list for a “Shoestring Set” that’s everything you need to make effective marketing videos
  • The “YouTube Trifecta” method to drive traffic and turn that traffic into profitable leads for your business
  • How introverts can be successful on camera

Words of Wisdom

About CreativeLive

The world's best education platform for creatives + entrepreneurs

CreativeLive is the world’s largest and best online creative education platform, with more than 10 million students and 2 billion minutes of video consumed on its platform. Featuring classes in photography, video, design, music, and entrepreneurship - CreativeLive classes are taught by the world’s top experts-- Pulitzer-, Grammy-, Oscar winners, New York Times bestselling authors, thought leaders and legendary entrepreneurs.

Launched in 2010 and now reaching every country on the planet every month - CreativeLive has created more than 1,500 clases, 25,000 lessons, 2,000 articles and over 10,000 hours of highly curated HD video education since its inception. A combination of live and pre-recorded classes allow never-before access to the best teachers and a global community of students. Live classes allow free, real-time interaction with these experts and students AND pre-recorded videos allow students to learn at their own pace.

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