How to Refocus Your Strategy and Reenergize Your Team – Stanley Meytin


A person’s passion is the sincerest definition of who they are. Passion can manifest itself in a hobby, an aspiration, or if you’re really lucky, a career. Take two people, Joe and Jane, as an example. Joe has a passion outside of his career. He devotes a lot of his free time to this passion and naturally speaks about it to his peers.

When his peers think of him they probably define him as “person passionate about X.” Now take Jane, one of the lucky few who has made a career out of her passion. She devotes twice the amount of time, twice the amount of energy and twice the amount of conversation to her passion. How do you think her peers define her?

If you’ve read Simon Sinek’s bestseller Start With Why, then Jane will remind you of Herb Kelleher, co-founder of Southwest Airlines, or Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Inc. Joe will remind you of the Wright Brothers. Each of these individuals built empires by undyingly following their passion. Sure, you can claim that these individuals are used as examples because of winner’s bias. But they succeeded because not only were they extremely passionate. They succeeded because they were able to clearly communicate their visions.

I consider myself extremely lucky. Like Jane, I’ve built a career out of my passion. When I first launched my film production company, my team asked the same questions regarding our clients that our competition was asking:

  • What is this client doing that’s different?
  • What do they bring to the table?
  • What problems are they solving for their customers?

While these questions helped us understand our clients, we realized they weren’t getting to the core of what defined them. We were part of the same old convention of business. We were focusing on what our clients were doing and not why they were doing it in the first place. Once we realized this, we began asking ourselves different questions:

  • How can we harness the passion that defines the client’s company to create a story?
  • Are their employees inspired by that passion?
  • Does the story align with their core values?
  • How can we align the story with the company’s brand mission?
  • How is that story going to connect with their audience?
  • How are we going to make the story authentic and engaging?

The biggest takeaway, however, didn’t come in the form of one of our clients’ videos going viral. It came in-house. 2016 was the first year we set a quantitative benchmark for the number of videos we wanted to produce. Not only did we not hit the benchmark, but with all the energy we put into hitting a quota we lost focus on creating a better product. We produced more videos, but they were watered down compared to previous years. We lost our own purpose.

We got rid of all quantity benchmarks in 2017 and as a team, we held a meeting to refocus. In this meeting, we asked ourselves the same questions that we asked our clients. We ended the meeting with a mission to create a video channel to tell impactful and authentic stories that inspire others.

That channel has been a remarkably accurate reflection of the meeting where it was first conceptualized. We’re now using the same techniques that helped us define our purpose in our core business for our corporate clients. Not only has it righted our ship and produced success but it has also provided us with an entirely new set of questions to ask our clients:

  • Is their organization helping others?
  • Is their mission connecting with others?
  • Are their customers genuinely understanding their mission?
  • Are employees buying into their mission, do they believe their roles play an important part in promoting the mission?
  • Are they building a community?
  • Are they staying true to their core values and the values of their customers and employees?

The beauty of these questions is that you can propose them to your clients, to your employees and even to yourself. They’re not specific to video production or any industry for that matter. If you already have the answers, that’s incredible. If not, then use them to refocus your strategy or reenergize your team.

Just swap “their” and “they” for “your” and “you.” Connecting to people on a deeper level, nurturing a human connection, evoking emotion and inspiring are key ingredients to building loyalty and bringing the best out in people.

Note, however, that not all ingredients are created equal. Like apples grown on two separate farms, the ingredients that I listed — those that were seeded and cared for with passion — will always taste better.

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Alexa Flash Briefings : What Marketers Need to Know – Michael Stelzner

Alexa Flash Briefings: What Marketers Need to Know featuring insights from Chris Brogan on the Social Media Marketing Podcast.

The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s designed to help busy marketers, business owners, and creators discover what works with social media marketing.

In this episode, I interview Chris Brogan, a digital marketing advisor for large businesses. He specializes in customer experience marketing with a focus on emerging technology. He’s also host of the new podcast, Making the Brand.

Chris explains why now is the time to tap into the Alexa platform.

You’ll also discover how to save time developing flash briefing content and managing your audio.

Here are some of the things you’ll discover in this show:

Alexa Flash Briefings

Chris’s Start With Smart Speakers

Chris says he’s never on the bleeding edge of anything. The first time he encountered a smart speaker, he wasn’t impressed. You could ask it to play a song, but he doesn’t play music nonstop in his house and has nicer speakers than that device.

However, when Chris learned about Alexa flash briefings and similar technologies on other platforms, he saw a business application for a conversational interface. For example, when Chris bought a Windows laptop to play a game with his son, he set up the laptop through Cortana, the Windows conversational interface.

Cortana, the Windows conversational interface, is a black vertical box with a blue dot in the center. A white field at the bottom indicates a Windows device is listening.

In retail shopping, to compete with Amazon, Google Home partnered with Walmart and eBay. Apple has Siri. Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce, just announced he’s trying to make a conversational interface for doctors so they can do prescriptions and patient care through an audio device as well.

As the major technology companies come out with their own conversational interfaces, the increasing competition suggests these companies know something about this technology that regular folks don’t. As the technology continues to emerge, Chris thinks the current opportunities mean that now is the right time for marketers and companies to start thinking about how to use it.

Listen to the show to hear Chris discuss how conversational interfaces are like Jarvis from the movie, Iron Man.

The Potential for Alexa Flash Briefings

As artificial intelligence and voice recognition technologies continue to improve, natural language processing allows people to interact with a device without using perfect syntax. The software doesn’t have to hear all of the words perfectly. It can guess the meaning from context.

For instance, any of these devices can respond to a user who says, “Blank product, tell me about the weather,” or “Blank product, is Ed Asner still alive?”, or “Blank product, when is the next time Avengers: Infinity War is playing in my neighborhood?” In all sorts of cases, you can use this technology instead of looking at your screen.

Chris believes voice technology is in the same place as mobile several years ago, when people were saying, “Mobile’s coming. Mobile’s coming.” After mobile truly arrived, websites that didn’t prioritize mobile stopped appearing in Google search results. Similarly, because voice technology can now understand what we say regardless of inflection, accent, and so on, magical things are happening.

Industry leaders are talking about the increased adoption of smart speakers. A very recent article from PSFK said 65% of people age 25 to 49 interact with an AI assistant (which is another term for a smart speaker) at least once a day. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, says voice and conversational AI represent a new age of computing.

However, PwC notes that people’s misunderstanding of what smart speakers do or lack of trust in the technology has slowed adoption. For marketers who haven’t added a smart speaker to their homes, Chris notes that a marketer’s biggest curse is thinking that everyone is like them. He emphasizes that Echo Dot was the top-selling product on Amazon for the 2017 holiday season.

Amazon's Echo Dot was a top seller for Christmas 2017.

In fact, millions of people have smart speakers. A recent survey from NPR and Edison Research found that about 39 million people in the U.S. use some type of smart speaker. However, the platform is content-starved. Alexa has only about 1,000 or so flash briefings. This lack of content presents an opportunity for marketers.

Furthermore, Chris believes more people will continue to buy smart speakers because they’re so convenient. To illustrate, you can say, “Order some more double A batteries,” and Alexa will say, “The last ones you ordered were these Duracell Procells. Do you want that again?” Then, you can say, “Sure,” provide your code, and it’s done. You don’t have to look up from what you’re doing.

The low cost of this technology is also likely to drive adoption. iOS users can test how Alexa works via the Amazon iOS app. You can purchase a basic smart speaker for about $40 to $50.

Listen to the show to hear my thoughts on how smart speakers compare to bots.

How People Use Smart Speakers

Most smart speaker users buy one for every significant room in their house. For example, Chris’s parents didn’t think they were going to like their smart speaker, but now they have one where they do their computing and another in their bedroom. Chris thinks they’ll likely add a third one soon.

Typically, the first smart speaker is placed wherever a person hangs out the most, like the home office or kitchen. Although people add a smart speaker with one use case in mind, they add more speakers as they discover other uses. The number-one use is listening to streaming music, but people quickly move on to setting a timer or alarms, listening to news, and finding recipes.

Amazon Alexa Skills Kit web page introduces the tool and includes tabs where you can learn, design, build, and launch a skill for Alexa.

To improve your health, you might track your calories by adding calorie-tracking software to your smart speaker. Then you can say, “Blank device, I just ate a pastrami sandwich. Take care of that,” and the speaker will add the calories in your sandwich to the tally.

Right now, Amazon has a massive share of the smart speaker market. About 30% to 40% of users have an Echo, and another 30% percent have an Echo Dot. Google’s smart speakers, Google Home and Home Mini, are the second most popular option. Right now, smart speakers are an Amazon product with a couple others in the wings.

Beyond the smart speaker, a bunch of motor vehicles have this technology built in because people don’t want to leave their smart speakers behind. The newer, smarter fridges, including Samsung and several others, can integrate with this technology, too.

Amazon calls the apps developers can build Alexa Skills, and you can create those with the Alexa Skills Kit. The available skills are growing exponentially. In November 2016, 5,000 skills were available, and a year later, the number grew to 25,000. This nascent growth is another reason to start getting into Alexa right now.

Listen to the show to hear my thoughts about different ways people might use this technology in the near future.

Marketing Basics for Alexa Flash Briefings

At a high level, to create an Alexa flash briefing, you record and upload an audio file. Lots of people create these briefings to share a daily version of some of their content, such as news, sports, weather, and so on. Although a briefing can be as long as 10 minutes, the briefings that people stay subscribed to are almost always about 1 minute.

Alexa flash briefing listings have a gray speech bubble with a round logo of the producer such as USA TODAY or NPR. The listings also include a star rating and description.

People often listen to their flash briefings while they’re getting up and ready in the morning. After you say, “Alexa, play my flash briefing,” the briefings to which you’ve subscribed such as tech or weather or business, begin playing one at a time. Each briefing typically begins with the name of the content producer, so NPR’s flash briefing will say “From National Public Radio, here’s . . .”

If you don’t like a particular briefing, you can say, “Skip that one,” or “Next.” Chris likes getting some of his news from flash briefings. He also listens to understand what other people are doing so he can find out how he can add to that landscape.

Next, I play one of Chris’s flash briefings:

“What would Blockchain possibly have to do with gaming? Well, it turns out it’s something really cool, and something I’m involved in. This is your Making the Brand flash update. I’m Chris Brogan.

“If you don’t play a whole lot of video games, you might not have realized that they’ve changed a lot since the way-old days. Not only do you just walk around and play in certain game worlds, but you have the opportunity to pick up items and things and create characters that are very uniquely yours.

“What happens, though, is that if you decide you want to sell a product or sell your game or trade your game and then pick up something new, where does that stuff go? How do you trade it in? What’s next? The ability to add tangible value to a digital asset is something rather important and that Blockchain handles rather well.

Chris Brogan's Alexa flash briefing for Making the Brand shows a caricature of Chris riding a shark and holding a flame. In the background is a rainbow.

“Blockchain, which is the transfer of value ledger that’s underneath a lot of different products like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, adds itself [sic] a really good place for being with video games. Collectible games, sort of like Pokémon, for instance, are a perfect site for this sort of thing.

“And just a personal teaser: I’m involved with a company that’s going to do this kind of work. So get in touch. I’m Chris Brogan. For the full podcast, go to or check it out wherever you see podcasts.”

With this flash briefing, Chris is trying to accomplish three things. The first is audio branding. Chris wants people to keep hearing his voice and become interested in his podcast. Second, at the very beginning, before a little musical part, Chris has a teaser to keep people wanting to hear his flash briefing. Third, Chris wants to pique listeners’ interest in his business pursuits.

Instead of promoting his flash briefing, Chris tested how his briefing could grow organically. Because Chris is mostly a marketer at heart, he didn’t stay totally quiet about his flash briefing, but he’s been trying not to connect his briefing with his existing audience. Chris took a similar approach with his podcast and loves attracting listeners outside his sphere.

To subscribe to a flash briefing, a user can add a skill via the Amazon website or smartphone app so the briefing plays on their speaker. For instance, to add Chris’s flash briefing, you could search Skills for “Making the Brand” or “Chris Brogan.”

Add an Alexa flash briefing skill via your desktop browser by clicking the yellow Enable button in the Get This Skill box. The box also includes icons for emailing and sharing the skill via social media.

However, Amazon search is a little less than favorable. Because Amazon and Google compete directly with each other, Amazon can’t use Google search.

Listen to the show to hear how Chris’s approach to promoting his podcast impacted listeners’ perception of him.

Alexa Flash Briefing Metrics

Amazon provides few stats, but the ones they do provide include unique customers, number of plays, maximum per hour, and average per hour. With these metrics, you can begin figuring out who’s paying attention.

Although Chris’s numbers are very small, they’re moving in the right direction. His customer base has been bouncing back and forth over just a few hundred. At the time of this podcast, his metric for maximum per hour was a few hundred people, but Chris says it’s usually a half-dozen or so. However, since March until the day of this recording, his subscriptions are up 295%, his plays have grown 1,000%.

Chris says these numbers indicate the opportunity Alexa flash briefings present and encourage him to keep paying attention.

Listen to the show to hear more about Chris’s feelings toward his Alexa flash briefing metrics.

How to Create a Flash Briefing

An Alexa flash briefing is available for only 24 hours and then disappears. However, unless you’re working for a news outlet that delivers breaking stories, you can batch-process your audio uploads for several days in one sitting, which streamlines the work of delivering a flash briefing every day.

Have a process in place to create and deliver your Alexa flash briefings consistently.Having a process helps Chris remember to upload content regularly so he doesn’t accidentally run out of flash briefing content and thus subscribers don’t receive a briefing from him.

To batch process Alexa flash briefings, Chris follows the same process he does for his podcast. The only difference is that flash briefings are smaller audio files that he schedules for each day instead of once per week. Because most podcasting software isn’t made for bulk scheduling, the process can seem manual and tedious.

That said, Chris says the overall process isn’t that hard and he processes all of his flash briefings himself, including editing the audio and adding music. The idea of creating daily content can seem daunting, but Chris’s workflow still leaves him time to run a business, a podcast, a blog, two websites, and a newsletter.

Although Alexa flash briefings are supposed to disappear after 24 hours, Chris notes that he had issues with his scheduling process at the start. A setting in his podcast hosting software, Libsyn, kept the files instead of letting them disappear. As a result, all of Chris’s flash briefings were playing all the time; listeners heard five or six briefings in a row instead of just one.

Fortunately, Jeff Smith, who runs, reached out to Chris and fixed the problem.

Content Planning:A 1-minute Alexa flash briefing lends itself to content that helps you build niche audiences. As an example, a fun idea for Krispy Kreme might be a donut pairing of the day. Although 1 minute sounds like nothing, over time, Chris has found that 1 minute is a great length.

To begin planning Alexa flash briefings, Chris uses Feedly, which is a powerful tool for gathering and parsing a lot of information quickly. With Feedly, Chris has crafted alerts on different search terms, which results in about 1,000 potential data picks each day. Chris speeds through all of this content like a little bitty Bloomberg machine. If something’s good, he adds it to a folder for the briefing.

Chris Brogan uses Feedly to develop content ideas for his Alexa flash briefing. The website has a gray background, the text Welcome to Feedly in black, and a green button that says Get Started For Free.

After curating the topics he wants to discuss, Chris clarifies his own take on the topic. His goal is to provide a recipe for how to use a technology like Blockchain, chatbots, or other topics he covers day after day. After his audience hears all of these ideas via his Alexa flash briefings, Chris hopes to inspire people to use them in their companies and also turn to him for more insights.

Although Chris curates content, he emphasizes that his flash briefing doesn’t just regurgitate a bunch of ideas. Chris pinpoints how he can provide help with a specific topic, develops a story about that topic for his flash briefing, and uses that story to guide people toward checking out his other offerings. Chris always references the original story but also provides original content.

Audio File Creation: After you have your content, your next step is to record and edit the audio for your flash briefing. On macOS, you can use GarageBand to record and edit the audio. On Windows, people often use Audacity. You also need to host the audio file online. This process is similar to that for podcasting, so resources for beginning podcasters can explain how this process works.

Alexa Skill Creation: Next, you create an Amazon skill that delivers your flash briefing. To start, sign up for a free developer’s account. You can provide your existing Amazon passcode and information, or you can make a separate email. Then you select the option to create a new Alexa skill.

A form appears with several fields you need to fill out. In one of the fields, you need to provide an RSS feed URL, which tells the skill where to find your audio files. To get this URL, Chris uses Libsyn, which is one of the big services for hosting podcast audio files. You can set up a Libsyn account for as little as $5 per month.

Chris Brogan uses Libsyn to host the audio files for his Alexa flash briefing. The Libsyn website has navigation items for podcast hosting, premium content, pro features, events, and support.

When you’re done filling out the form, you follow the on-screen prompts, and read and accept the agreements if you’re okay with the terms. After Amazon takes a day or two to review your flash briefing, you’re good to go. You’re live. It’s really that easy. The whole process takes about 10 minutes.

Since setting up his flash briefing, Chris has rarely returned to the Amazon development tools. Most of the time, he uses Libsyn to load files for his Alexa flash briefing.

However, Chris does use the Amazon site to check his metrics because Amazon has to pull the flash briefing audio file only once to play it many times. By checking metrics in Amazon instead of Libsyn, Chris hopes to avoid inaccuracies. Although his numbers are still low for now, he would hate to think his flash briefing was playing only once, when it was actually playing much more than that.

Listen to the show to hear more about why now is the time to start creating Alexa flash briefings.

Discovery of the Week

With Adobe Capture, you can find out the exact colors in any color scheme, whether it’s a printed piece or a nature scene.

Say you’re out and about in the world and see a color scheme you want to use in your digital marketing. You simply open the app and aim it at the color scheme you want to capture. The app then identifies the key colors along with their hexadecimal color codes. You can export the color scheme so you can work with it in Adobe Creative Suite, too.

Adobe Capture creates a palette from an image you capture with a mobile device. The website shows an illustration of a bird and a palette created from the illustration, which includes light gray, yellow, orange, and reddish brown.

Adobe Capture is a free mobile app for iOS and Android.

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Hashtagging For Results: The Power Behind That Pound Sign – Courtney Myers


It’s hard to believe, but the hashtag is now officially more than a decade old. That means there’s an entire generation of youngsters on Twitter who never knew a world without it, though most marketers certainly do. Since its inception in 2007, the hashtag (or pound symbol, for traditionalists) has taken off as a digital marketing mainstay — and for good reason.

It allows users to quickly join or initiate a conversation by tapping into a shared group consensus. Now, you’re no longer just casually grabbing a taco on the second day of the week. You’re out for #brunch on #TacoTuesday, along with thousands of like-minded individuals who share your same interests.

In a world where so many flash-in-the-pan tactics have failed, why has the hashtag remained a constant? It has less to do with the symbol itself and more to do with the sense of community it immediately implies. Take the #MeToo movement for example, and consider how many people were connected across the globe who otherwise wouldn’t have found each other had it not been for that simple tag.

The digital marketing industry as a whole can be a complex and overwhelming sphere to live in, and as such, something as unfussy and straightforward as the hashtag offers a breath of relief, not to mention extreme usability.

Yet, there’s a difference between hashtagging (yes, it’s a verb, too) strategically and over-using the technique. A pointed message can quickly become lost in translation if #every #single #word is underscored with the symbol. When utilized correctly, however, it can make all the difference in an effective social media marketing strategy and one that fails to deliver. Here are a few pointers for how to get it right.

1. Don’t forget to tag locally

Local advertising is one of the most powerful tools in your outreach arsenal. In fact, local advertising revenues bring in more than $145 million annually, with traffic derived from customers right within your own backyard. While it’s true that digital marketing affords us the opportunity to reach a wider geographic audience than ever before, don’t discount the power of selling to your own community. You’ll likely find followers who are passionate about supporting a local business and those types of local supporters are invaluable to growing your brand reputation.

Leverage local hashtags in your tweets, posts, and pins to grow community awareness and add your voice to the conversation. Whenever possible, you can also organically hashtag your location to remind web visitors where you’re located and make it easier for local shoppers to find you.

2. Consider hashtagging in Instagram comments

Especially on Instagram, it can be easy to lose your message amid the thousands of other businesses who are also tagging everything and anyone in their posts. Stand out for all the right reasons by skipping hashtags altogether on occasion and instead, adding them in a comment on your post immediately afterward. You’ll still rank for the hashtags, but your post won’t look the least bit spammy.

Research reveals that Instagram posts with 11 or more hashtags earn around 80% more interactions compared to those with only two. Therefore, don’t eschew tagging altogether on this platform, but be a little more selective and strategic about how you display them.

3. Avoid generic and broad hashtags

Sure, everyone can hashtag #selfie, but there are currently more than 338 million people who had the same idea on Instagram. You may show up in the top of recent posts, but you’ll quickly move down the line as others replace you. Instead, focus on industry niche hashtags that people who are truly interested in your products and services will search for. This strategy works for virtually every industry, from retail to Food and Beverage and myriad sectors in between.

Restaurant owners can tag their individual menu items; financial services providers can use tags to help customers compare rates; small business owners can tag their merchants and vendors when a new shipment comes in. This way, there is less competition and you’ll have a greater chance to showcase your posts. Do a quick audit of what other companies in your sphere are tagging, as well as what your target audience is searching for, and tailor your hashtagging strategy accordingly.

To make sure the hashtags you’re using are relevant, it’s helpful to analyze their performance to see how much traffic they help drive to your site. An effective hashtag isn’t just one that includes you in an industry community. It’s one that draws web visitors in and encourages them to explore your product offering further, eventually leading them down the path to purchase. You could have the most creative and carefully curated tags in the world, but if they aren’t helping you generate a larger following and building your bottom line, it’s time to rethink them.

Hashtag Your Way to Success

In today’s Digital Age, it can be easy to assume that any attention online is good attention. After all, if people are talking about you, that’s good brand buzz, right? Well, yes and no. Standing out and getting noticed should be an aim, but not at the expense of your business integrity and reputation. Hashtagging sporadically or without intention can render your efforts ineffective or even detrimental to your brand. The next time you go to press that pound sign, make sure you’re ready to add that tag to your voice and associate your name with that dialogue. Then, you can press “post” with confidence.

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How to Lower Business Costs Using VOIP Technology

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If you are looking for a way to lower your business costs it may be worthwhile to consider how much you may be able to save if you make the switch from standard telephone systems to VOIP service.

For many people they may have heard the term VOIP but may be unaware of what it means and how it can benefit them. Here is what you, and they, need to know

What is VOIP?

VOIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol. It sends the packets of digital information that make up what you are saying in your call through the Internet instead of through traditional phone lines.

Not only does it make it possible for a company to lower your rates there are many different additional functions that can be possible using VOIP technology. A VOIP setup may allow you to send and receive messages that would otherwise not be possible under a standard telephone set up.

How can VOIP save your business Money?

Employing Voip can save you money in a number of Ways:

  • Saving on Line Fees

There are several different ways that using a VOIP system can save you money. The first is that they can often allow users to get rid of using a cellular phone and a desk phone. Because calls can be sent to a cell phone quite easily with VOIP there may not be the need to use both of these communications devices. Because you are not paying for both lines your monthly billswill automatically go down.

  • Saving on call charges

Also there is the saving on your phone calls using VOIP. The rates for using VOIP are normally substantially cheaper than standard fixed telephone providers. You can obtain price packages that can include all local, national and even international calls for a fraction of the price.

Even without a price  package sometimes these national & international calls can be for free as they avoid using the normal phone network where the charges are incurred.

  • Saving on infrastructure costs

Another reason is that the cost of VOIP service is much lower than comparable services from a standard telecommunications provider. If you are just starting up you will not need to add the same wiring and infrastructure that can increase start up costs to the point where some companies are unable to afford them.

Part of the savings comes from the fact that there is no longer a need to establish wiring for data and telephone.

  • How it can Increase your Productivity

Using VOIP for your business can also increase your productivity. Not only can you access your telephone calls from your computer whether you are in the office or not you can also access things such as phone messages and faxes that you may receive at the same time as you are accessing your email.

This means that regardless of whether you are actually in the office or not you will be able to continue to deal with business decisions quickly and effectively. There are many reasons to choose VOIP for your business. Choosing the right provider is only the first step in getting the flexible and affordable telecommunications system that your business needs.

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Quora Cash Machine


Thousands of marketers have already indulged in Quora Marketing and been successful. If you don’t know this phenomenal marketing strategy Quora shares a tremendous knowledge to more than 100 million users a month. With more than 400,000 topics, it covers almost every query that a human brain comes across.

People love to listen to the influencers on any platform. On quora people want answers for their questions and solutions for their problems. To be an influencer, you need a large number of followers and more number of upvotes. QuoraDominator helps you with these two key aspects of Quora Marketing and makes you an influencer of your niche in the community.

Given its precision in finding the right question and answers for a query, people love to visit Quora. Being a fountainhead of knowledge that gives value to its users, Quora is the best place to brand your business. Using Quora Cash Machine you can:

  • Value to the users with quality niche content brings credibility to your business
  • Links provided in the popular answers drive traffic to your website
  • Catch the eyeballs of prospects and drive them to your landing page thereby generating quality leads and sales

To gain valuable traffic for your business from Quora. Your answer should be at the top of every answer written for the particular question. And to achieve top position your answer must be upvoted by the readers.

Getting upvote for your answer is the mul mantra to be the leader of Quora marketing. Upvote is the primary feedback which tells authors that their content fulfilling the prospects. People having different perception someone will like your content and some will not.

And if your content got a downvote from the reader then it will impossible for you to be on the top of the answer list. Who will be at the top is decided by upvote given by the reader. And gaining upvote for your content on Quora is not a cup of tea for everybody.

But don’t be panic QuoraDomiantor is here to rescue you from every prospect of Quora Marketing.



You can give the desired number of upvotes to the answers that are in the favor of your business. You have to input the URL of answer and input the number of votes required to it. Once you click on the start button, QuoraDominator will start its work. With the safe automation methods, your answers can secure the top position on an answer page.


Turn down the answers that go against you. Just like upvoting the answers, you can cautiously downvote the answers that cause the defamation of your business on Quora. Input the URL of the answer and the number downvotes required and click Start. Thus, you can protect your reputation in the Q&A community.