FAIL-PROOF Launch? 5 Strategies to Launch Your Product or Business
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FAIL-PROOF Launch? 5 Strategies to Launch Your Product or Business

– So, you’ve been working
hard on this thing, that thing being your
website, your podcast, your blog, your video
channel, your digital product, your ridiculous physical
product, whatever it might be. And you want to make sure as
many as people as possible see it as soon as it becomes available. Here’s the magic formula
to make it all happen. Your thing, plus blank, equals eyeballs. Can you fill in the blank? Is it praying? Is it magic and sparkles? Don’t know? Well, the answer you need is that you need to have a launch strategy. The building of the thing
is actually the beginning. In order for people to find it, you need to tell them about it. But don’t tell them about the restaurant after the doors open, because guess what? You’re going to be left with an empty restaurant and some spoiled food. In this video, I’m gonna
cover five different ways that you can launch your next big thing, including how I was able to get over 100 Amazon reviews for my
new book, Will it Fly?, within two days after it came out. So to start, I’m gonna
share with you, actually, a tool that you can use that’ll help you create the most noise. It’s the number one
crowd speaking platform out there, called Thunderclap. Thunderclap can be
found at, and this is how it works. First, you have to craft a message, and this is a message that you would love to have other people who
are supporting this campaign to share all at the same time. Then you choose a
deadline, that’s the moment where you want all these
messages to go out, and then finally you have
to recruit supporters. These are people who will pledge to say, “Yes, I want to support you on that day” through whatever social
channel they specify. And then on that day, every
one of those people who have supported you will share
that message automatically. It’s not like they have
to be reminded to go and type that thing out onto Twitter, or Facebook, it gets pushed out for them, because they’ve pledged and
connected their account already. Here’s an example from one of my Power-Up Podcasting students. He’s creating a podcast that’s being launched very soon, this is Louie. The podcast is called Online Business FM, and this is his Thunderclap campaign. We can see that 59 out of 100 supporters, its similar to Kickstarter, you want to have a certain goal, and his goal is 100 supporters, we can see the social reach, meaning the combined total
of the people who are connected to those who are
supporting this campaign, and it’s over 130,000 right
now, which is really awesome. And then we can also see
how many days are left, which helps other people be like, “Oh, there’s not much time left, I’m gonna add my support, too.” So I’m actually gonna support Louie right now by connecting to Twitter, and you can see what
it’s like on this end. Now all I have to do is press a button, very easy for me to do on this day, which is January 31st at 5 p.m. Eastern, this message that he wrote will get pushed out to my Twitter followers, and you’re actually gonna
see the numbers add on. I have over 150,000 Twitter followers, so you’re gonna see that actually
included into his numbers. So let’s click and see what happens. Alright, we’ve added 152,000 people, I could also share this and tweet it out, but I’m gonna click away and you’ll see that the social
reach now is over 287,000. So Louie, hey, thanks for being
a star student, good luck. So is where
you go to make that happen. Pretty cool tool to help
you kickstart your launch for whatever it is that you have. Now, there are different price
points for different things, there’s a free version as well. I’m not affiliated with the company, but I just think it’s really cool. Number two, you can also run a contest to help promote your next big thing. A contest is great, because it provides incentive for people to get familiar with that next thing
that you have coming out, but it also provides incentive to share. Now, there’s lots of different
ways you can run contests, now I would recommend making sure that whatever platform you choose
to run it from, or on, you make sure that you follow
the rules and regulations. I’ll put some links below
to popular platforms, such as Facebook, and their
rules for running contests, because there are things
that you can and cannot do, but there are also some
tools that you can use to help you manage these contests, too. One of my favorite tools for giveaways, is a WordPress plugin currently
called KingSumo Giveaways. So, KingSumo’s great, because it makes it really easy to create a contest, especially if you have a
WordPress plugin already. That contest lives just directly from and is hosted on your website, and it’s just super easy to use. So, for example here, I have three that I’ve done in the past, and I’m doing a lot more. You can see this once
here was to celebrate ASKPAT episode 1000, I
gave away a few things, a couple thousand contestants
there, and 4700 entries. Well, what does that mean? Why are there more entries
than there are contestants? Well, the cool thing about KingSumo is it helps you grow your email list for one, but number two, people can
gain more entries by doing more things than just
subscribing to your email list. They can share on Facebook, they can connect to your YouTube account, they can watch one of your videos, they can share on LinkedIn, on Facebook. Those entries add up, so there’s incentive for people to share built
within KingSumo itself. To create new giveaway, all you have to do is
click on Add New here, and then you just follow the steps, so I’m not gonna through
them in detail here, but you enter the giveaway information, you select, you know, if
you want an incentivize, for example, subscribing
to your YouTube channel, and you can set the number of entries that for something much higher, like five here. Prize information, the design,
all those kinds of things, you can just go through it,
it’s really easy to use. Now, the most important thing is, well, what are you gonna give away? Now, I have a few tips
for you related to this. A couple tips for you. Number one, make sure that
what you are giving away is something that you
can, indeed, fulfill. I’ve seen a lot of people give away, and perhaps, promise way too much, especially when it comes
to access to you and time. If you’re gonna give away a brunch, or a lunch, or a weekend with you, please just consider that
before committing to do that, because some of this stuff does take time. Or committing to hundreds
of copies of books, well, logistically, can you handle that? T-shirts, can you handle that? ♪ I don’t think they can handle this ♪ Make sure that you
understand that these prizes, yes, people are gonna win
them, can you fulfill them? That’s the most important thing. Number two, related to
what those prizes are, there’s a number of different
things you can choose, but just make sure you choose something that not only is kinda cool, but also is something that maybe relates to whatever it is that
you’re coming out with. That way, it becomes a prize
that talks and speaks to, and even publicizes, your next big thing. Number three, I want to
share with you a number of different passive
strategies to show people what it is that you’re coming out with, and this is really important, because if you look up on Google how many touchpoints before a sale, you’ll find a number of
different answers ranging from six to eight, seven to
13+, a whole bunch, right? The answer is, well, it’s more than one, so any time you have the opportunity to seed what it is that
you’re coming out with, to let people know about it
ahead of time, the better. This way, when people see it later, it’s not just something
that’s cold out of nowhere, they’re more familiar with it, they are more likely to accept it, or at least be okay with the fact that you’re talking about it, versus if you just came out of nowhere. So, here are a few quick ways
to set up passive touchpoints, or seeds, related to
your upcoming project. First, your email signature. Now, you can set up an automatic email signature in your email client, so that it actually promotes this thing that’s coming up for you. Now, maybe you’ve written
some articles about it, or have done a podcast episode about it, or there’s somewhere on the
web that you can link to, too. You can do it that way, or you can just have a P.S. after your
signature that basically says, “Hey, I’m working on this cool thing, make sure you pay attention, because it’s coming on this
date,” or whenever it is. That way, again, it’s just automated every time you reply to an email, that’s gonna be there, and again, it’s not aggressive,
not in a person’s face, it’s just kind of an afterthought after that conversation
you’ve already had via email. Second, and this is really
popular with authors, is that on the cover art for
their social media accounts, on Twitter, on Facebook,
LinkedIn, wherever, they often put a launch date, and perhaps a picture of their
book that’s coming out later, just to let people know about it. Now again, one of those things that we don’t really think about, but a lot of people may visit your social media profile page, and if you just happen to have this thing mentioned on there, it can be another quick,
easy touchpoint for them. And third and finally, just again, quick and easy, on your website, perhaps in the sidebar
again, passively there, letting people know
just as they scroll down reading other content that you have, a place where they can see that, Oh, you have this thing coming out, you know, get ready for it. Number four: build buzz by
taking people behind the scenes. Now, I remember a couple of years ago when Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Episode VII was coming out. It was still several months away, but I started seeing a lot about it. Now, it was even more that just a trailer, I was seeing a lot of behind the scenes, I was seeing pictures of table-reads, I was seeing, even I went to Disney Land, and there was a 10 minute video of just the production of it, and all that went into
the cast, and the scenes, and it just got me so
excited for the film, of course, so I saw it like 20 times. But, again, it planned ahead, which is what you should do, too. It’s not just with movies, too, it’s with people, and products. For example, Chalene Johnson,
a good friend of mine, who recently came out with the 131 diet, this is something that I know about, even though I don’t follow
her for fitness specifically, I follow her for business advice, she’s coming out with this program, and I knew about it way ahead of time, because she was sharing
results with her beta students, her cooking, and trying new recipes, and sharing information
about what this stuff does, going into the laboratory
and sharing results with the doctors of certain
experiments that she’s running. Super cool, and it made
me trust her even more about this program and
exactly all that entails. So how was Chalene reeling
this information to me? Well, it was behind the scenes through things like Snapchat,
and Instagram Stories. It can be done through vlogs,
and podcasts, and blog posts, again, sharing what’s
happening as it’s being built. You don’t have to wait until it’s done in order to get people excited about it, you need to build buzz, and get
people talking, and excited. And again, if you can get beta students and testers in there beforehand to even share some of their results, even better. The trick is, you want your audience to come with you on this ride, right? To have them feel like
their a part of the process, to give them some insider information that makes them feel
really, really special. This is how you build raving fans, this is how you get people
to share that information, because not everybody’s
collecting it, too, but also, it’s how you get people to support you the moment
your thing comes out. Number five: Build a street
team, or a launch team, to help support you on the
day your thing goes live. Now, this is a little bit different than the thunderclap campaign, which, yes, maybe these people will be, and they’re likely to
be, included in it, too. But this is reserved for the special fans and the people in your audience,
friends, family, followers, who really want to go above and beyond, that support you on the day you go live. So, what does this look like? Well, I was taught, by a
man named Daniel Decker, exactly how to do this. Actually, Daniel and I worked together to create a launch team
for my book Will It Fly? when it out in early 2016. Three to four months ahead of time we created a Facebook group, and we actually sent applications out to people who wanted to support the group, and we collected a couple
hundred people in the group. Now, you don’t need a couple hundred to make a huge, huge dent when you launch, actually, think about it
from a book’s perspective, just having 10 reviews
on the day you go up makes other people who see
that book for the first time feel more comfortable with that purchase, so it can actually help you quite a bit. So we created the Facebook page even before the book was done, and we shared bits and
pieces of the manuscript, and actually gave away the full manuscript at the end once it was done. We showed people different versions of the cover to show them and have them vote on
which one they liked best, and again, making them feel
included in the process. So, we’re actually in the
Facebook group right now, which I haven’t gone to in a long time, and look, this is from 2015, just a few months before
the book came out, and you can see here I
was sharing all different versions of the cover that was created, which looks nothing like the actual cover, but you can see that here
we were collecting feedback, I mean, there was like
hundreds of comments, thinking which one was
better, which one they liked, how they would combine
different ones, and of course, it progressed over time
to something that looked a little bit more like this up here, and even this isn’t the final one, too, because of the way this is all spaced out. But again, over time just
sharing the wins along the way, and making people feel included, giving them parts of the
transcript as it was coming out, and just, again, making
people feel involved, because when people feel involved, well, here’s a little bit of a clip from the trailer that
we created and filmed, which was really fun. And then of course, as the book came out, we were sharing wins, how
far we were in the rankings, and how well the book
was doing, and again, I did nothing more than just
thank them as much as I could, because they were going
above and beyond to help me, and of course, as the
book was going very well, they ended up supporting it
even more, which is really cool, and this is how I was able
to get over 100 reviews after a couple days
when the book came out, which is really awesome. So, yeah. Creative launch team, a street team, because it’s great. Now, Daniel does teach up
step by step how to do this in episode 198 of the Smart
Passive Income Podcast, but there’s one thing I
want to share in particular, a big, common mistake
that most people make when they make these launch teams. – [Daniel Decker] And the same thing with the launch team,
you can’t look at them, you can’t treat them like mercenaries and just continually say, “Hey guys, go do this, go do that.” You’ve got to also engage with them and talk to them and share with them. – So, the big overall
theme with the launch of your next big thing, is to not
just make it all about you. A lot of these tips make sure that you are building communities and
bringing people together, making them feel included,
because that’s how you win. As you’ve heard me maybe
say many times before, your earnings are a byproduct of how well you serve your audience, and when it comes to the
launch of your next big thing, how big it gets depends on how big and how much involvement
you get from your community. So before you go, really quick, I wanna give you an opportunity to share what you’re working on right now, so in the comment section below, tell me the next big thing
that you’re launching, perhaps tell me when if you know, and tell me what out of the box strategy you’re gonna use to make some noise. Really looking forward to learning more about you and what you have going on, share it in the comments below, with when, and what you’re
gonna do to make some noise. Look forward to reading
about it, and good luck. Thanks so much, please
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75 thoughts on “FAIL-PROOF Launch? 5 Strategies to Launch Your Product or Business

  1. I love this video, grabbing attention is definitely one of the most important parts of marketing. Without it, nothing happens ๐Ÿคฏ

  2. Awesome. Saving this for later. The project Iโ€™m working on is related to email mastery. I plan to use behind the scenes, passive strategies, and MAYBE a consultation giveaway.

    I was wondering about launch strategies! Thanks for the video. #SPI #CrushIt

  3. Eyeballs. Eyeballs. Eyeballs . . . Launch ! Pat, you've been rocking YouTube lately. So cool ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. #QOTD (Question of the Day): What's your next launch about, and tell me 1 strategy you learned that you're going to use to make sure you get more eyeballs on it? Let me know in the comments below. Keep rocking it SPI!

  5. Hey Pat! I'm launching a podcast, on March 5th to be precise (Beat the Limits). Is it too late to use any of these strategies? I wish I could've heard this a while back. Let me know your candid thoughts

  6. Another great video, Pat! ๐Ÿ™‚ I'd like to launch a new online course soon, and I'll be sure to show behind the scenes.

  7. Love these tips! The launch team is a freaking great idea. How do you decide who should be on the launch team? Do you just send out apps to all your followers or specific followers/influencers?

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  9. I will be launching a website this summer, and will be running a contest to generate interest. Thank you for always providing such timely, actionable information.

  10. I am launching a Masterclass on how to make Mme time a priority coming in May. I'll use the Passive Strategy of cover art on my Facebook Page and some behind the scenes. Great tips Pat… Thanks a bunch, I enjoy your channel.

  11. Hi Pat! I have followed you, Chalene, and Nicole Walters, for a long time-and more than anything, itโ€™s because I know that all of you truly care about helping other people. My husband is a sign painter/artist, and for a long time, people we know personally have been asking for him to sell T-shirts and printables, etc with his artwork. The trouble is, most of his followers on social media are other sign painter/artist friends who donโ€™t necessarily want to buy anything. Looking forward to doing a number of things you mentioned in this video to get people involved in the process and help us decide what to make for them. Thank you so much for all you do! It really does make a difference and I appreciate you so much! ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ’—

  12. Wow. Outstanding info, Pat. I'm going to launch my website (one-stop shopping for bloggers who'd rather blog than worry about the technical stuff) after looking into Thunderclap and the King Sumo Giveaways plugin. I'm a longtime follower and repeat purchaser, Pat — and I'm convinced that you're going to help me be more successful. I'm thrilled. Thanks so much.

  13. Hi Pat – I'm a loooooooong time follower of yours and LOVE your content.

    I have a new "Property Investing Course" and I'm struggling with… should it be available as an "evergreen" course – or should I have "launches" twice a year? I'm sure in an older podcast you favoured "launches" – but more recently you seem to be running with evergreen courses (i.e "Power Up Podcasting" and "Smart From Scratch"). What would be your recommendation today… or perhaps you could point me at a resource that could help me decided. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated ๐Ÿ™‚

    Keep up the awesome work Pat ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. My next launch is going to be a course on systems people can use in the beginning of their health journey to set them up for success. I am going to use beta students to review and revise it to make it better and use them for social proof during the launch. I like the thunderclapp suggestion, so I will use that to have my beta students spread the message.

  15. Pat, this is really helpful. I launched my website last year and it didn't get a lot of traction. With Thunderclap and other tips from you, I'm ready to re-launch and I hope the results will be different.

  16. Hey Pat! Really great meaty stuff!!

    I have a course that is probably at the point where I should be doing all the prelaunch activities you talk about. The materials are not all developed but I have the outline and outcome figured out, plus a few of the companion documents. I will check out Thunderclap. I guess I need to set up a marketing calendar for the prelaunch and then launch now.

  17. Love you Pat ๐Ÿ’š This is exactly what I needed for my multiple launches coming up. Podcast and Online Course. That Thunderclap tho! Iโ€™m going to reach out to my YouTube famous buds that I bring on my podcast. Thatโ€™ll make it SOOOO easy for them to share with millions of people and take only a minute to setup, ideally at the time we do the interview ๐Ÿ’ช

  18. Really cool stuff, I will use a few of the ideas for my launch of the 6th edition of the Yogalife Festival in 2 weeks… the festival is in Belgium, 2nd week of August…

  19. Such an honor to be featured and have my podcast featured in your video here, Pat!
    To add to your video here, my Thunderclap campaign was a HUGE SUCCESS achieving the 100-supporter goal and getting a whopping 710k in social reach!!

    Thank YOU for being a STAR teacher. Your "Power-Up Podcasting" course is awesome and I highly recommend it to every one wanting to launch a podcast of their own. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Your fellow podcaster,
    Louie from

  20. This is great, thank you for sharing this Pat! I'm launching a podcast that will highlight entrepreneurs of color in early April and the biggest thing I'll be doing is similar to what you were talking about with a street team. I'll be hosting a launch party at a local business (also run by a person of color that I will feature on the podcast) and my announcement of that will help build buzz in the early days of the podcast launch!

    It's just a shame that you can't schedule when your podcast goes live on iTunes ๐Ÿ™ but besides that, Thunderclap sounds like an amazing platform and I am going to consider doing something like that in the future as well! I just finished a Kickstarter campaign so I think I'll have to give my audience a rest from that kind of platform but it sounds great.

  21. I'm building an online apparel store centered around positivity and good vibes because lets face it, we sure can use a little more positivity and love these days with everything going on and what better way to share the message when you're out in public. Starting off with just hoodies that have very cool and unique designs printed all over using a sublimation technique.

    My strategy is to build brand awareness through social media and Facebook ad targeting. My running Facebook ads for specific products, my hope is to "Set digital traps" for personalization throughout the site. Additionally, I have an email marketing capture system set in place on my store for 1. Cart Abandonment and 2. Building my email list (obv.).

    Thanks to you Pat, I followed your email list building video series and set everything up using ConvertKit. I just launched the store 2 days ago so I'm currently studying my facebook ads to make sure I'm optimizing everything correctly. Super excited for this adventure.

  22. I'm launching an online course for early childhood educators next week over on the empowered educator and although I have already launched it successfully a few times now I am excited to try some of these strategies Pat – thankyou for reminding me we can always be learning something new to try in this online world!! Loving the content and consistency of your recent videos – so helpful!! The strategy that I'm going to go an put in place today is the giveaway as I remember your recent one and thinking it was a great idea and I'd like to find out how to do it…you just made that happen ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. Hi Pat. I'm launching a book, soon.Really like the tips and value.I have decided to only follow your sage and sound advice among the internet gurus.Your sincerity is what speaks to me as you go about the business.Will eventually blog about the experience.Cheers Gavin


  25. In a few months I am going to launch website and shop with my handmade ceramics – maceramika. As a strategy I will use contest on my facebook fanpage. I am also planning to involve my facebook and instagram followers in a process of choosing the pots I am going to make, ask about their opinions, show them different styles of decoration I would like to make, so I would like my viewers to be my advisors as well- so that makes 2 strategies. ย ๐Ÿ˜‰ Another very useful video. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you Pat for the great tips!

  26. This is so so so helpful! I'm writing a music book, and it's taking me waaay longer than I thought it would. :/ But I'm hoping to get it finished by the end of March, and hopefully I'll be able to finish an accompaniment CD by mid April. I guess I'm having a hard time figuring out a launch date. Do people usually have the majority of their product completed before they decide on a launch date? I'd imagine that would be the easiest way to focus some time on creating buzz about their product…I'm learning that it's hard to juggle all of these tasks. :S I really like the thunderclap idea — I hadn't heard about that platform before, and it looks super handy! I think a contest would work well for me, too. I'll definitely keep all of these ideas in mind, and I'll try to think of how I might be able to implement them! =)

  27. This video came at the perfect time! Iโ€™m in the middle of launching my new software and focusing on emails, webinars and demos. I like the giveaway option because it helps with links ๐Ÿ‘Š thanks again ๐Ÿคฉ

  28. This was so helpful! Launching my, Succulent FAQ Podcast on Saturday! We are promoting to our email list plus highlighting some tips from the episodes in our Facebook group from the main website. So excited!

  29. Currently working on my 10-week online course for anxiety. I'll be taking advantage of my books being published on Amazon platforms by editing the content of the books to advertise the course at the end and I'm also looking to capitalize on teachable's affiliate program to motivate other influencers to pimp my course.

  30. I am launching a course teaching people how to invest in marijuana stocks. I've created a mailchimp landing page to capture email addresses and I'm working on affiliates to promote the course as well.

  31. I love how fast you talk Pat – and how you get right to the point – so many youtubes and podcasts drag and I click out of them simply because I don't have time to wait for the key points to come out

  32. Iโ€™ll be launching a free meetup to teach financial management to Christian newlywed couples. Iโ€™ll be using Thunderclap. Thank you so much for that tip

  33. This is exactly what I need. I am starting my website and I need all the advice I can get. I need to watch this video several times, pause it and take notes. I may decide to use thunderclap to help me get started.

  34. Quality video, excellent content. You'll be to 250K in no time ๐Ÿ™‚ The first resource was new to me, and I'm very excited about trying it in my next launch ๐Ÿ™‚

  35. Just what I needed right now ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks so much Pat! I've been listening to both your podcasts (LOVING the new format of Ask Pat by the way), I wasn't into watching the YouTube videos…but now I'm sucked in ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I'm a French teacher and podcaster and have designed a comprehensive online course called "How to speak like a native French speaker – Everything you need to know about French pronunciation and intonation"; I had pre-launched it to some of my email subscribers and now looking for the best way to launch it publicly, probably early/mid-May. I was brainstorming what could be done and now have to plan ๐Ÿ™‚

  36. I'm planning on having 2 e-books by the end of the year. Yet to think about how to generate interest other than through my small list so this is great information. Thanks

  37. Hey Pat, I'm creating an online course using neuroscience to work for you to get healthier and meet your fitness goals. Love your videos. I'll be sharing course content and repurpose into a book and a podcast. Just bought your plugin. Gentle lifestyle changes create long term benefits.

  38. I'm launching a book on healing from the loss of a baby and finding your happy again. I love the idea of a launch team and I think there would be lots of women in my community willing to help. Thanks for these great ideas ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

  39. Super helpful! Thanks Pat! We are launching a course introducing the world of cryptocurrency to people and everything they need to know to get involved. Thunderclap sounds like a great resource. Thanks again for your work!

  40. Perfect timing! I am launching the Starburst Collection of quilt patterns on March 26. I will definitely give Thunderclap a try. More info at – Thanks Pat!!

  41. I am launching a new online drawing course (Learn to Draw with Lindsay!)on Friday! I have been sharing photos of finished class projects on Instagram and my blog and have mentioned the class is coming soon in my newsletter and youtube. I teamed up with an art supply company to do a giveaway on Friday as well and they are going to share the news about my class on their social channels. I's my biggest course yet and I am super excited! thank you for the tips!

  42. Hi Pat, thank you for your work. Just started following and your information is really helping me understand the work and process needed to be a success. Have recently launched my podcast called eGPlearning podblast based on health tech for primary care (UK based). A real narrow niche which I hope to help people understand.

    Am looking at relaunching later in the year as me and my co-host switch to a formal podcast host and really like the idea of Might link the prizes with a patroen offer given my co-host and I are unique in our knowledge and expertise of UK based health tech and change management.

  43. I am working on my first e-book, Pat. This video was extremely helpful, even dough, I have done lots of research, read books, talked with people at the forum and FB group…It just shows you how much you can learn in a 6 minute-video vs need to spend days and sometimes weeks on the other methods I mentioned earlier

  44. Launching my Epic Success Academy May 2nd – a totally transformative method for an entrepreneur to think, act, and Scale like an 8 figure business using the power of neuro achievementโ„ข๏ธโœ…

  45. Iโ€™m working on a new album (my genre is melodic metal) and Iโ€™ve created a timeline for each piece of the album. My strategy is using social media and YouTube to release short clips of the recording process and keeping everyone up to date with the status.

  46. I am launching a healthy eat bar in my local city and releasing my new project that your influence has sparked called fitrepreneur which I am looking to launch the first course in November after following all your advice on these videos. Cant thank you enough. you truly have dug me out of a whole for my personal band and injected life into my ideas. Cheers Pat

  47. I'm creating "The Finance Guide Podcast" , it will allow people to get their feet wet in the field of finance! I'm a Master's student, and I wanted to share my journey/guide to studying finance ๐Ÿ˜€ Dropping it on SoundCloud in the next few months. (P.S. Great video!)

  48. revamp to bring better value. Learning how to better our video quality and picture quality for YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. We love your content and our favorite is on writing and the business. Thank you, from the Hartshorns.

  49. Awesome video, thank you… and perfect timing too. Thunder clap looks like and excellent tool ๐Ÿ™‚ I'm officially launching on November 1st [Movember]. It's a mens self development site, focusing on tackling depression and the stigma surrounding it. Cheers

  50. This looks like youโ€™re using the paid WordPress plugin. I ran a free kingsumo contest and generated 2,500 leads!!! Whatโ€™s the value to the paid plugin?

  51. Pat, I'm absolutely falling in love with your content. Been watching your channel for three days straight and am gaining so much value. THANK YOU! Eric

  52. Well done, polished and enthusiastic video. You're good in front of the camera. I'm a filmmaker, we're about to launch a film, project on a motorcycle that will be revealed at the Motorcycle show in Long Beach in November, but looking for creative ways to get people excited. Its the culmination of two person's life dreams and its ready to share. @michaelaccorsi on Insta and Twitter. Project details here Thanks for the tips.

  53. Excellent as usual, Pat! I'm launching a blog for travel agents that book clients to Oahu on January 2, 2019.

  54. Just googled Thunderclap and found out that they, and Daycause shut down their operations in September 2018 due to a change in Facebook policy (thanks guys…). Any other developments that can work around this? It was a brilliant idea.

  55. I am currently making a steamed cheeseburger maker kit to allow anyone to easily make steamed cheeseburgers in their own home. I love thins video that will help grow the brand.

  56. As always, a great video delivery massive value! I appreciate you so much Pat and it was really great to finally meet you in person at #podfest. To answer your question, my new launch is where we have created the first credit card processing company to donate 50% of our INCOME to carefully vetted charities all while lowering the processing fees businesses are paying. Thanks again for being you and all that you do for the entrepreneur community.

  57. Launching my New Product Stickipiggiโ€™s this summer. I will be starting my thunderclap campaign this week. Sticki Piggiโ€™s are cute, fun, uniquely designed adhesives for baby footwear. Check them out and like my Facebook page

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