Rock Your Brand Podcast

Have you reached the point in developing your ecommerce brand that you are ready to start creating videos that will help you grow your reach and expand social media presence? Are you looking for tips and insights that can help you put out solid content that will connect with your audience? Look no further! On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott as he reveals his three-step formula to create Facebook videos that will get traffic and boost your sales. Don’t leave it all up to guesswork! You can count on Scott’s years of wisdom and experience in this important area. Listen to this episode to get the entire three-step formula and more!

Don’t delay, set up a Facebook fan page today!

What is your strategy for connecting with your target audience on social media? Have you already started the process of building a social media presence or have you avoided that aspect of expanding your brand’s influence? According to Scott, the best place to start with social media engagement is by creating a Facebook fan page. You don’t have to have everything ready to take this step and it doesn’t cost you anything! You’ll need this asset started when you are ready to begin creating and posting videos for your brand. To learn from about this important first step from Scott, make sure to listen to this episode of The Amazing Seller!

Questions you should ask yourself before you create a video.

As you sit down to start thinking through your ecommerce brand’s first video that you’ll post on social media, there are a few important questions that you should ask yourself. These questions will help you narrow your focus and clarify the purpose of your video.

  • Why are you creating the video?
  • What do you want your viewer to do?
  • Where are you sending your viewers?

Asking yourself these questions and really thinking through your answers will put you and your brand in the best position for success as you move into video and content creation. To hear more about this topic from Scott, make sure to listen to this episode of The Amazing Seller, you don’t want to miss it!

Why you need several “Calls to action.”

Can you think of the last time when you watched a video or a pitch about a product and found yourself wondering what the point was? Don’t let that be the takeaway that your viewers get when they finish your video! On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott as he stresses the importance of providing several “Calls to action” in your Facebook video. While it may not feel natural at first, using a call to action at the beginning of your video and at the end of your video will help guide your audience toward their next step with your content. To hear great examples of how to naturally and seamlessly include your calls to action, make sure to listen to Scott’s expert advice on this episode!

Educate and engage your audience!

If you think back to the last video that really pulled you in, what was it that kept you engaged? Will you go back to that source for more videos? Was the video entertainment focused or educational? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott explains why it’s vital to educate and engage your audience when you create your Facebook videos. If you want to build a following you’ve got to deliver good content that educates your audience on a topic they are interested in. To keep your target audience coming back for more content, it’s important to engage them with questions and encourage them to comment on the video. To hear more helpful tips from Scott on this subject, make sure to listen to this episode!


  • [0:03] Scott’s introduction to this episode of the podcast!
  • [5:00] How the 3 step formula has helped Scott’s new brand.
  • [8:30] Why you should create a Facebook fan page right now.
  • [14:00] Questions you should answer before you create a video.
  • [20:00] Scott launches into his 3 step formula.
  • [23:00] What are your “Calls to Action?”
  • [31:30] Educate your audience and engage them!
  • [34:30] Scott recaps all 3 steps of his formula.
  • [36:00] Closing thoughts from Scott.


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