Bill Carmody is the CEO of Trepoint, a marketing agency that provides performance-focused services to challenger brands. Bill has spent his entire career in the agency world, from early positions at Modem Media, Ogilvy & Mather, and Marden-Kane to his first entrepreneurial endeavor as Co-Founder & CMO of the Seismicom agency.
Bill is also an accomplished author, public speaker, and leadership coach. He’s generously offered to provide All Things Video listeners with a free one-hour coaching session, available on his website: http://billcarmody.com/atv
In this episode, we discuss how to measure the ROI of social media, and Bill shares some useful benchmarks for social influencers’ audience and engagement rates. We also consider the longtail value of influencer marketing campaigns based on the value of permanent media placements. Finally, Bill offers his advice on how to differentiate as a services business and encourages entrepreneurs to consider their “minimum viable audience” in addition to developing a minimum viable product.
Host: James Creech
ABOUT THE SHOW
All Things Video is a podcast dedicated to uncovering the past and charting the future of the online video ecosystem. Listen to interviews with founders, executives, and thought leaders from the world’s leading video networks and engage in thought-provoking debates about the key issues shaping the next generation of entertainment. From the short-form content revolution to the rise of multi-channel networks (MCNs) and the fragmentation of video viewership in an always-on world, All Things Video reveals the key trends and insights from the world of digital video.
ABOUT THE HOST
James Creech is an entrepreneur focused on technology, online video, and digital media. He is the Co-Founder & CEO of Paladin, the essential influencer marketing platform for media companies, agencies, and brands.
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