Business Tips: How to Get Your Business the Most Attention Possible in 2020 | Game Changers Summit Keynote 2019

Business Tips: How to Get Your Business the Most Attention Possible in 2020 | Game Changers Summit Keynote 2019

Awesome Tip: How to Get Your Business the Most Attention Possible in 2020 | Game Changers Summit Keynote 2019



At this year’s Game Changers Summit Keynote, Gary spoke to a group of lawyers about how they can raise awareness for their services to potential clients and build their personal brand. He emphasizes that the single most important thing you can do regardless of what you business you are in or what service you provide is finding the best way to get people’s attention. You can not even begin the process of selling something without getting the consumer’s attention first and the best way to do that is to make content that provides value, catches people’s eyes, and is as specific to the person as possible. Check the comment section for the full list of timestamps… Enjoy!

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36 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Get Your Business the Most Attention Possible in 2020 | Game Changers Summit Keynote 2019”

  1. TIMESTAMPS:
    1:50 – Attention is the variable of success
    3:30 – What I learned at my lemonade stands
    8:00 – I can’t wait to shit on social media
    11:50 – 98% of you won’t take my advice
    15:30 – Here is the punchline
    20:50 – I respect two things
    24:00 – You can’t win without being a practitioner
    27:00 —— Q&A ———
    27:30 – How much should you spend on “testing”
    29:29 – How do you build trust on social media?
    32:50 – What does producing content at scale mean?
    36:30 – Where is the best place to spend $4,000
    38:30 – How to overcome big players in your space
    46:00 – How to stand out against competitors
    49:00 – Why do my ads not work?
    54:05 – I don’t want to share sensitive information
    58:00 – How do we get on trends first
    1:00:00 – How to provide value to end-user
    1:01:00 – How do you translate your content for other languages
    1:03:00 – Platform recommendations to run ads
    1:06:00 – How do I convince people to use these strategies
    1:10:00 – How do I deal with clients that want me?
    1:12:00 – How to handle negative comments

  2. Dude, the advice you gave these lawyers is dope asf. I have been on the mock trial team at my college for 4 years and if lawyers were more open about their practice, online, it could've really benefited someone like me

  3. Thank you Gary! I get why you should make content every day. But I need to explain it to my boss. How can I measure the “ROI” of the content? What metrics can I show him? Greetings from Chile 😉

  4. He is 100% correct. I've built my business in the exact same way, and strangely I knew it was the right thing to do. I guess because I'd seen so many direct mail pitches, it became obvious that that game had a shelf life and was far to predictable. I don't have a massive niche, but I'm a player in it due to these concepts Gary talks about. Keep up the great work, and may I wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas, and continued success in 2020 and beyond.

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