||Like it? PLEASE +1 it! Thanks!|
Creative Follow-Up Idea: Send a Helpful Video
Step Two: Send that person an email with a message that says something like, "Hi Sue, It was great to meet at the conference this past weekend. Here's a two-minute video I made for you, tell me what you think!" Ideally, the url for the video is your web address plus that person's name (www.yourwebsite.com/SueJohnson), but you could also just create a private YouTube link.
Few people can resist opening a link with their name in it. And when you give them information that's truly of service to them, there's no better way to start a great relationship.
Thanks to Mike for the great idea, and to Bob Serling, who included this tip in his free ebook, "10-Minute Business Success." It's packed with tips from 26 business-building experts - including me, Tony Hsieh of Zappos.com, a co-founder of Open Table, an ex-VP of 1-800-GotJunk?, John Jantsch, Dr. Robert Cialdini, and many more. You can get your free copy here - just use the pass code: 1025.
Related Articles3 “Out-of-the-Box” Video Ideas for Small Business Owners
How to make a viral video to market your business
Three Simple Ways to Use Online Video That Every Business Owner Should Know - and Use
What's a Vlog, and How Can it Help Your Web Promotion?
Five Components of a Great Marketing Video
Video Marketing Success-Show your customer and prospects “reality-style” videos of who you are and what you do….and engage your audience to buy!
How To Make A lot Of Money In Your Home Based Business Using Internet Lead Generation.
Business Travel: Staying Connected when You Are Away for a Long Time
Presenting and Marketing Your Business - 3 New Rules
Consider Randomized, Real Time Testing
Want To Use Video Marketing? Read This Article Now!
Video Qualities and Their Dimensions Explained
Lesson #1: Create a Better User Experience
Video Is The New Post Card
Formulating Business Ideas
Awaken the creative side in you
Video Killed the Video Star
Take Advantage Of Video Marketing With These Tips
Are You Creative?
The Power of Creativity
Home > Entrepreneur-Advice > Keith Ferrazzi > Creative FollowUp Idea Send a Helpful Video > Google +
Free PDF Download
What I’ve Learned from Dumpster Kids, a Buddhist Monk, and Other Wise Teachers
By Keith Ferrazzi
About the Author: Keith Ferrazzi
RSS for Keith's articles - Visit Keith's website
Widely hailed as one of the world’s most “connected” people, Keith Ferrazzi is the author of Never Eat Alone, the international bestselling book about building relationships for success. Ferrazzi is also an acclaimed speaker and CEO of Ferrazzi Greenlight, a consulting and professional development firm that helps organizations drive growth through relationships. Earlier in his career, he was chief marketing officer at Deloitte Consulting and the youngest to be tapped for partner in the firm's history. Then, upon joining Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Ferrazzi was the youngest CMO in the Fortune 500. He also served as CEO of YaYa Media before founding Ferrazzi Greenlight.
Click here to visit Keith's website.
Four Tips to Keep a Company Dinner on Positive Footing
Your Actions Always Tell The Truth
Saying Thank You
Im Sending You on a Mission
Related Forum PostsDramatized the product
Re: How do you earn trust with an online business?
Re: Quote of the Day - "Creative ideas can't be forced and if yo
Re: Please review my business plan
Happy Worker as of Dec 31 2007
Share this article. Fund someone's dream.
Share this post and you'll help support entrepreneurs in Africa through our partnership with Kiva. Over $50,000 raised and counting - Please keep sharing! Learn more.
||Like this page? PLEASE +1 it!|