Video really can make all the difference in the world to help pull customers to your website and decide if your brand is right for them or not.
Several leaders of industry (Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerburg, Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins, and many others) discuss their rise to the top of their respective industry in this video.
Vail Horton knows full well that he’s different from everyone else. Early on, he learned how to embrace what makes him different and created a business to help others with mobility issues.
Sometimes a billion-dollar idea is as easy as improving an existing product. That’s what GoPro’s Nic Woodman did to become a $3-billion company in less than 7 years!
This short video contains some of the most successful (and often bizarre) commercials ever released by Honda Motor Company. They’ve used a range of psychological triggers to solidify their brand in buyer’s minds including comedy, beautiful women, and celebrity faces.
Quora is definitely a lesser-known in the social media sphere. If you’re not using it, you’re missing out on a great chance to expand your brand.
Who could imagine Jim Carrey to be an inspiring motivator? Check out this video where he tells how and why he pushed himself to be the best and happiest person he could in this life.
Tell us how you feel about this Pfizer commercial. Is it meant for branding or tear-jerking wholesomeness?
Follow “Four Hour Work Week” creator and angel investor Tim Ferriss around for a day and see what it’s like to be a successful entrepreneur and someone many people refer to as “The World’s Most Interesting Person.”
Bryan Johnson went from a middle-income manager, to making millions with Braintree in two years. Listen to his thoughts on boot-strapping and branding a successful startup company.
Mike Chang is arguably the most successful fitness guru on YouTube today. Closing in on 3 million subscribers and nearly 400 million views. Learn how he started and where he is today.
Have you ever wondered how on earth Coca-cola or Nike become THE brand? The answer lies in this one, single word.