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I came across the work of Grant because Mari Recommended him as somebody would be a fantastic guest for the show. She was spot on. For those of you who have been considering an entry into the world of online video, this interview is a must listen.  Grant is probably the most knowledgeable person we've had on the subject. He packed this interview with gems of advice.
  • Some Key Tips for Interviewing Famous People 
  • An Inside Look at Videos that Have 100,000 Views
  • Why Interesting Content is Not Enough
  •  How Being Extremely Helpful Causes Your Brand to Grow
  • The Importance of Infusing Personality into Your Content
  • A  Litmus Test for How Passionate You are About What You’re Doing
  • How to Be More Social with Your Video Content
  • Why Viral Video is Not a Good Strategy for Most People
Some resources mentioned in this episode include: Some takeaway action tips include:
  1. Purchase Mari Smith's book New Relationship Marketing.
  2. Record some video content and watch yourself.
  3. Do a video site map for the videos you have.
  4. Create a page on your blog for video content.
  5. Take your FAQ and Create Videos
Grant Crowell is an online video marketing analyst, video SEO specialist, iTunes podcast show host, video newscaster, vlogger, media expert with offbeat personality, and bad poet. You can follow him on twitter @GrantCrowell. If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter.
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Originally aired over 4 years ago.

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