Gideon Shalwick is one of the biggest stars of video and YouTube marketing. He is passionate about everything to do with online video and using it to grow his online businesses. He is a video marketer who loves teaching people how to become better video bloggers. Gideon has founded numerous online businesses including Spasheo, which […]
Pommie Travels is the travel blog of British girl Victoria Brewood, otherwise known as a ‘pommie’ who set off on her own to explore the world. In 2008 Victoria graduated from university and decided she would be her own boss. So she packed her journalism degree into her suitcase to work remotely and live a location independent lifestyle. Since then she […]
Do you want to become an authority and attract high quality leads and sales for your business? With simple little YouTube videos you can create & grow an audience that will enable you to sell you products & services with less effort, build an email list and attract a loyal customer base. Thanks to Youtube […]
Polyglot Benny Lewis speaks over 12 languages and he is the founder of Fluentin3months.com, a hugely popular website which provides unconventional language hacking tips – the aim of which is to encourage people to learn how to speak a new language, as quickly as possible. Benny is an online entrepreneur, a “technomad” – a full-time […]
Mark Wiens is the founder of two websites: Migrationology.com and Eating Thai Food. Born in Arizona, USA, Mark is now based in Bangkok where is he working on building an online business that will finance his dream of travelling and eating his way around the world. Migrationology is a website where “people who love to […]
If you’ve got a camera, an internet connection and an opinion, then you have everything you need to make a video blog (vlog). Thanks partly to improved camera technologies in smartphones and thanks to YouTube, vlogging is becoming more popular than ever.
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