Paul Getter is a miracle worker, both for himself and for the people, businesses and brands that he has helped to grow. Inside of the inner circles of the marketing world Paul is referred to as “The Man Behind The Man” responsible for helping exploding some of today’s biggest names. Paul has worked with clients like Tai Lopez, Les Brown, and Grant Cardone, just to name a few. Paul Getter started just 9 years ago from nothing, selling phone books out of his 1996 Dodge Caravan. Now, he has helped several businesses to grow to eight figures per year. Why has Paul Getter been hired to help consult top marketing firms in the world? Because he has a wonderful reputation of building, optimizing, managing, and running traffic for some of the most prestigious funnels in the marketing world right at your finger-tips.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Paul Getter himself, on the Disrupt Podcast and we had wonderful conversations about his success stories, as well as his failure stories. Paul and I began speaking about social media, Instagram specifically and how it is one of the top ways to reach your desired audiences. He asked me what my follower count was and what the follower count for my business was. I reluctantly told him my numbers, afraid that he would judge me. Paul just smiled, and told me that he could help me to grow my followings, multiplying them by 10. I then asked Paul how he was able to secure the username @PAUL and amass over 1 million followers on instagram in such a short period of time. Paul told me that the first question was a secret but thankfully he decided to share some tips and tricks with me about how he took his account to over a milli in under a year. Paul Getter told me that I can grow my following by just investing a little bit of time each day with a strategy he calls the 10-4 method.
1. Responding to the first 10 comments
This method begins with the rule of responding to the first 10 comments. He pointed out that if you have a large following and a high follower count, it can be very difficult to stay on top of all of your comments, so it is good to focus on just the first 10. By replying to these 10 comments, it shows your followers that there is somebody actually listening and paying attention to what they are saying. Most people know the feeling of DMing somebody famous, and knowing that you are not going to get a response due to the large amount of comments and replies that they may be getting. By responding to the first 10 comments on a post, your followers can know that your company is not like that. They will know that if they have something to say, they can have your attention. Building this healthy relationship with your audience is crucial to any business or group with a major following.
2. Find 10 big pages in your niche
Paul advised that you should search for 10 big pages within the same area or niche as your page. An easy way to accomplish this is to go to the explore page. The explore page will provide you with pages that are relevant to you and what area you are involved in. Go to 10 of the big pages and follow them, connect with them, comment on their posts, like their posts, whatever it takes to try and get them to engage back with you. By connecting and engaging with these larger pages, you are creating relationships that can help you to grow your personal following. You can also use this strategy to learn from what the big pages are doing. Obviously, they are doing something right. Try to emulate what they are producing. Find creative ways to spin what is working for them to make it work for you. Also, make sure that you turn on the notifications for those 10 big pages. You want to be aware when they post something, because it might be trendy and time sensitive.Paul Getter also said that you may start to see a pattern in these 10 big pages. He said that they will post at the same time. Why is that? Because these pages have looked into their followers and what time that they are most commonly online. They use their analytics to find the best time to post in order for the largest amount of people to see their post is. This works for them, so it may be worth it for you to go into the analytics of your page to find out what the optimal time for you to post is.Paul also says that when these 10 big pages post, you want to be the first person to comment on their posts. Give quality comments and responses so that people can again see that you giving real and genuine responses. People will begin to notice your comments, especially if they are on the top of the pile, and will then be redirected back to your page. Then, they can start to interact with your content and follow you.
3. DM 10 pages that are fairly equal to you.
The third thing Paul says to do is to DM 10 pages that are on the same level as you. You want these pages to be in the same niche or area as you, and you want them to have approximately the same amount of followers as you do. You want to try and collaborate with these pages by doing share for shares, mentions, or anything that would benefit both of your pages.Paul Getter says that if you connect and build a relationship with these pages, you can do different fun things such as an Instagram Live with another page where you can interview each other and talk about things that relate to both of your pages and both of your audiences. With something like this, both pages are getting the exposure they desire, and their audiences will inter-mix with and mingle with each other.
I told Paul that this seemed like a lot of things to do every day, and I thought that it would be too time consuming for most entrepreneurs. He assured me that this strategy should not take very long at all. If you plan ahead and are smart about what you are doing, you should be able to accomplish these things in just 10 minutes a day. In 10 minutes, you can respond to 10 comments, follow and interact with 10 big pages, and DM 10 pages on the same level as you in order to grow your Instagram following.
Meet Lanfranco Pescante: The Entrepreneur That’s Taking Over Florida’s Restaurant and Nightlife Scene
Lanfranco Pescante is one of the two owners and managing partners of the Nocturnal Hospitality Group. At only thirty-three years old, Mr. Pescante has a vast Nightclub and restaurant hospitality background, stemming back to his childhood in Italy where he moved from at age seventeen, alone, to follow the American dream.
Mr. Pescante began his journey as a dishwasher and worked his way up the ladder. He worked every single position in a restaurant and bar, moving up faster than anyone else in the industry. Along with his long time best friend David Anderson, he created the company that revolutionized events in central Florida and has produced countless events with artists ranging from Nelly to Avicii, in accordance with upholding profitable day to day venue operations.
His fairy tale success story began with 1000+ guest house parties, dating back to the early 2000’s. They became so popular and organized with bartenders, valet, security that they had more people than clubs.
From the very start, Mr. Pescante has always loved the industry, and knew that he wanted to form a part of it.
What sets Mr. Pescante apart are his people skills and ability to manage. He excels in the financial and operations side of the business, and is an ideal figure head of the company. People love him because he is genuine and humble and never forgets where he came from. He also is a strong leader for his team, willing to jump in for any position, if needed. He leads by example and rolls up his sleeves when the time is needed. But what sets him apart the most, is that no matter what, he doesn’t give up.
When it comes to the question of what he wants his legacy to be
He currently has two more top-notch projects opening in early 2020.
Mr. Pescante is the definition of a leader. He has led himself and those around him to success through the widely successful Nocturnal Hospitality Group. He fought relentlessly for his American dream, and without ever giving up, made it happen.
To follow this entrepreneur’s journey, please click here.
From Subtle Beginnings to Multimillion-Dollar Guests, Here’s The Story Of Podcaster, Rom Raviv
Rom Raviv is a nineteen-year-old entrepreneur from Long Island, New York. Ever since Rom was little, he’s felt indifferent about the current educational system.
Rom knew that he wouldn’t fit into the traditional 9-5 class, and he was eager to do something about this.
As Rom grew, he set his sights on passive income and entrepreneurship; most kids his age were focused on high school popularity.
Today, Rom is the founder of the Spreading Success Podcast and a podcast editing agency called Podblade.
Some time ago, Rom attended a business and networking event named Breakthru. At the event, Rom met a lot of like-minded individuals. And one of these individuals was veteran Podcaster Casey Adams.
Casey introduced Rom to the idea of Podcasting, and on that same day, Rom ordered a microphone to start up his podcast.
Once the mic was delivered, Rom reached out to individuals on Instagram who ran podcasts and asked them a lot of questions.
This helped him amass information on podcasting. Enough for him to properly start his podcast.
For newbies, Rom recommends that after you buy all your gear, you should anchor and set up all of the criteria on the site. This will significantly reduce the stress you might experience long-term.
For most podcast hosts, reaching out to potential podcast guests is a problem. If you’re experiencing this difficulty, Rom suggests you try Instagram Direct Message.
He also explains that you should try to be as unique and genuine as possible. You could send a voice note or perhaps a video message, anything to grab the guest’s attention and land him on your show.
It is also essential to leverage the guests you’ve had on your show to land more guests. Use your list of guests as some social proof.
Casey Adams was the number one catalyst for Rom. That little discussion they had at the Event helped him realize the endless opportunities podcasting provides, for example, monetization and leveraging of your guest’s audience.
Apart from Casey, renowned entrepreneurs Gary Vaynerchuk and Andy Frisella have also influenced Rom’s live positively. He makes sure he listens to their podcast consistently.
We’ve all faced problems before, and most of us have found ways to solve them, some ways better than the others.
The only problem Rom faced was the fear of speaking with the guest. Sometimes he would have to reschedule because he was scared.
Rom got over this by being consistent and realizing that if something went wrong during a session, he could always re-record or re-schedule; Guests won’t react as harshly as you imagine.
If you’re hearing about the Spreading Success podcast for the first time, here’s what you should expect;
On the show, Rom talks about entrepreneurship, personal branding, podcasting, and a host of other insightful topics too. He also interviews guests who speak on different business models.
Recently, Rom made some changes to his podcast’s structure. Before, he released an episode a week, but now he releases two a week.
One for typical Interview style session and the other for solo episodes that shed light on his personal life and experiences as a podcaster.
The Spreading Success Podcast is guaranteed to be one heck of a show. If you would like Success to spread out through every aspect of your life, tune in to Rom’s podcast right here!
The Inspiring Story of Successful Entrepreneur Nikola Tefov
Can you tell me the story of your prior successes, challenges, and major responsibilities?’
I have built entertainment pages from 0 to millions of followers, within a very short time. My biggest challenge is creativity and the process of growing i am fascinated by it, and it keeps me moving and motivated. My responsibility were broad in the start but how time goes you have find the 3 things you are best at and outsource the other parts to other pros. Never try to do everything focus your energy on fewer things to achieve your goals faster.
What techniques and methods do you use day to day to stay continuously motivated, focused and proactive when fear, hardships and procrastination have the best of you?
Mental health is very important, I do meditation, self affirmation and I give time to my self to build my mind the right way. Same as body health I workout everyday and I try to be at my best. Sometimes I will go for a walk instead of working out, depends how I was feeling or how busy I was. But mostly I try to do heavy weight training and rarely cardio. Going to the gym gives me an advantage in my organization and keeps me away from procrastinating.
I always use fear as my strength because it gives me excitement and a drive in what I do. I also experiment with a lot of nootropics for staying and being focused 99% of the time. In these times distractions are everywhere so sometimes I do cleansing from social media and phones, which helps a lot with your focus and attention time.
I know this is not an easy job. What drives you?
None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped get you to where you are? What lesson did you learn from them?
Thats true It’s not, as I said growth and improvement drivers me. Help is everywhere and everyone you just have to let your dreams and goals be out, don’t be afraid to talk what someone sees it as bragging I don’t. You can get an idea from the most random person and use that idea to make something great. Lessons I learned are never waste time, don’t let fear stop you from anything, be consistent and never give up on what you love and wish to have.
What are your “5 things I wish someone told me when I first started” and why. (Please share a story or example for each.)
Nothing is easy, and easy is not satisfying.
Never waste time and never feel bad about failures just learn from them and keep on going. Have a group of people you trust and they support you and encourage you.
Don’t give up easily the road to success is very bumpy.
Keep your self motivated with affirmations and never give up on your goals and dreams. Anything is possible.
Is there anything you would do differently if you could start over?
If you could travel back in time to before you started, what 3 tips would you give yourself and why?
Never waste time, because there is no use of westing time.
Be more confident in your work and don’t procrastinate, I used to be very uncomfortable and I was seeking validation for my creations which is not a good idea. And procrastination was one of mine worst sides.
Be more healthy work out and have a good diet and sleep better.
Which people in life inspire you the most? Why?
Elon Musk, because he is a dreamer and achiever.
Justin Bieber, dedication and persistence from young age not an easy life he had. Everyone can learn from him a lot.
Steve Jobs a very dedicated mind at achieving and making things great.
Doctor Dre a very successful producer/artist and a business men he made the path for me as a kid together with 2pac, 50cent and Eminem.
What do you think makes your work stand out?
It’s the love and dedication and the touch from my perfectionism.
What are your success habits?
Admire it and keep having more successes. Never get satisfaction to stop you or make you think you have it all, you never do.
What exactly does your company do?
From music and video production to brand building, content creation and marketing.
What do you think makes your company stand out? Can you share a story?
We work for out clients the same work as we’ll work for ourselves. We try to be the best 24/7
What’s your backstory?
I am born in Macedonia, in a middle class family and in time I saw that is not the life I want and I started making money from a very young age, from small gigs in design and music production and I never stopped learning and improving my skills. I studied classical music in High School and Jazz Academy in college. Music really expands your creativity and help you in many other fields. Now I live in New York and I am a proud from what I have achieved and how far I have come.
How have you changed/grown in the past 5 years? (Or since you started your business)
Mentally, physically! And I do see my self grown in how more responsible I am and how more smarter my decisions are.
Has there ever been a time where you gave up or wanted to quit? How did you overcome that feeling?
I did had hard times, thats where the affirmations helped and the people that support you.
If you had one piece of advice to someone just starting out, what would it be?
Never give up on your dreams, with consistency and dedication everything is possible. And never stop learning and growing.
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