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Chelsea enjoys connecting people, promoting talent and creativity, sharing her love of travel and culture, and bringing awareness to the tattoo sub-culture and tattoo artists across the globe. She livestreams and makes videos about her love of tattoo culture, graffiti street art, events, travel and amazing people.
Chelsea’s “YoArmy” community is a large Anti-bully community she founded that is mainly on the live streaming app Live.me . The group motto is not to judge others and love one another as humans. The community also teaches young kids how to stay safe in life and on the internet. The community ranges to 8-65+ years old. YoArmy members are not professional doctors but professional friends. If you want to learn more, you can connect with Chelsea at http://yopickles.com/
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I truly enjoyed sharing 30 years of trial lawyer negotiation tips with friend, and criminal justice expert, Patrick Fitzgibbons. Hope you enjoy our podcast interview!
Another fun TheShow.live with guests, Rightside.co’s Marc Gawith of Be.Live (a new live streaming website and community for creators), Jennifer Quinn of The JennyQ Show, Jennifer Hoverstad and yours truly.
We talked livestreaming, community, and so much more. Check it out by clicking here!
We just returned home from the PILMMA convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. I had the chance to share a keynote on Thursday and then do a little MCing on Friday.
Here, Frankie Fihn and I share the power of 360 video (Samsung Gear 360) with the smaller break-away audience. Click this link and use the arrows or move your phone to see the view from every possible angle (tip- this tech seems to work best using Google Chrome and watching directly in Youtube. If you have a fast internet connection, select 4K in settings).
This past week I had the pleasure of being interviewed by two top social media experts via live video. Both shows covered completely different topics and I invite you to take a look if you’re doing business online and possibly struggling a bit with the results.
Samantha Collier Interview
The first interview was with Samantha Collier of Social Media for Lawyers and the topic revolved around different ways lawyers can protect their social media communities while building their brand and showing their human side. Frankly, I think this approach works well for almost any professional or business owner. Click here or on the image below to watch the recorded show.
Vicki Fitch Interview
The second interview I’d like to share is with Vicki Fitch. (on Twitter). What Vicki and I focused on were steps almost every online business owner needs to take into consideration when starting a new business or expanding an existing business. Click here or on the image below to watch the recorded show.
Putting in the time, effort and resources to help your social media community is not only the right thing to do, it’s also a great way to create relationships, establish rapport and build your practice. The good news is that this approach works well for most professionals.
Click here to watch the video interview and let me know what you think! Also click here to connect with Samantha.