Shane Jeremy James says White Space Makes You Rich

Finding the white space in your market
It’s about spotting market opportunities in your industry that your business can meet. There are many forms of ‘white space’. Some companies consider it to be new territory; others believe it to be where competition has not gone. In this context, it is about finding the new opportunities that your business has the resources, capability and passion to meet.

The Future is audio and video.
Audio and Voice are the new social media opportunity says, Shane Jeremy James!
blogging can set you apart from the rest. While video and audio is quickly becoming the norm, blogging for business is still in its infancy, which means most of your competitors are probably not jumping in. So now is your chance to stand apart from the crowd. Just make sure to take advantage of the many ways you can use blogging.

blogs build trust.
Trust is the foundation of growing any business. Many people are skeptical about buying products and services online from businesses and people they don’t know. They fear of being taken for a ride. But with blogging you have the opportunity to give them the chance to connect with you by showing your face or the face of your company so they know you exist.

The popularity of podcasts is certainly growing.
Edison Research found that in 2016, 36% of Americans aged 12+ had listened to a podcast in 2016. That’s a 75% increase since 2013. Interestingly, 64% of those who have listened to podcasts have done so on mobile devices.

The future of podcasting is strong, but the present needs to catch up.
Let’s look more closely at some of the practical ways to identify and exploit the ‘white space’ in your market

Never underestimate the power of a THANK YOU!

The Hardest Thing To Do In Business By Shane Jeremy James

When you’re trying to build an audience for your brand it can feel incredibly daunting. You’ve got different opinions from various “experts” giving you advice on how to make it. There’s a big trend towards video and audio right now, but also a high demand for good content writing.

The reality is that there isn’t one golden ticket – the key is to be as dynamic and creative as possible. You have to be constantly producing content. This is where so many people fail. They get a good idea, they produce a few good blogs/podcasts/articles, but they don’t update frequently enough. You can’t gain an audience that way. There is so much content being produced right now, from small businesses to the biggest companies in the world. And the big guys are winning. You know why? Because they devote the time and resources to curating a constant, quality presence online.
You Need To Find The White space

Anyone can build up their audience, regardless of the size of their company, as long as they make it a priority. You need to find the white space, meaning coming up with something that’s just a little bit different from what’s already out there and fulfilling a need. You might be asking: how can I create something that’s truly different from what’s already out there? Research. Be up on everything new in social media and digital marketing.

For example, a new thing that’s coming up right now are selfie drones, a pretty affordable way to record yourself from every angle. Why not spice up your blogging content by utilizing one? It’s a creative and new way to film. Nobody’s doing it yet. Make yourself stand out from the crowd.

The White Space In Audio

Podcasting and Alexa voice are just going to get bigger. Brands and individuals alike have now jumped heavily into audio. My concern is, there is not a lot of content that is original and creative. This leaves a massive opportunity for people who can take their content to another level.

Do I believe a podcast will break out and move that person into becoming a massive celebrity starting their own ventures? I am 100% sure! BE PATIENT AND STAY WITH IT. (2 to 3 years)

Media is a huge and increasing proportion of what we do online. Audio and video now constitute 70% of the bytes crossing the internet.
Quantity is essential to building an audience

Another essential thing to remember is that while quantity is essential to building an audience if you what you’re putting out there isn’t quality as well you’ll have a rough time getting off the ground. When I started making Actions of Compassion videos I utilized good editors and quality production values to make genuinely interesting and engaging content. On top of that, I’ve been consistent. As of now, I’ve produced 35 episodes, and I’m not stopping anytime soon. Create a calendar for yourself and stick to it. Being organized is the only way you’ll be successful.

Las Vegas Shooting – I Was Trapped In Mandalay Bay

I found myself inside the Mandalay Bay

Through a series of events, I found myself inside the Mandalay Bay the night Stephen Paddock enacted his 10-minute reign of terror, killing 59 people and injuring over 500. I started out the night just nine floors above him at a private charity event, but around 9:30 I’d moved downstairs to play poker.

The night was going great, until I sensed something was suddenly wrong. I looked across the casino to see people starting to run, but as the fear spread across the floor our table stayed calm. I was sure that it was just a false alarm, one of those situations where information was miscommunication and group panic set in. The unease was hard to avoid for long though, and as we all began to tense up a casino manager came running over to us. It felt surreal, hearing him tell us “there’s a shooter in the Mandalay Bay, you need to get out of here!” It was like operating on autopilot after that, we booked it out of the casino and found ourselves in a staff hallway. My concept of time felt distorted, but we spent about 45 minutes in that hallway. We had no information. We were being protected by two Mandalay Bay security guards, who were blocking off the motion sensors and trying to cover the doorways.

The belief inside the hotel at the time was that there was a shooter, possibly more than one, inside the hotel. We had no idea he was firing from a window. Some of the people in the hall with us had been keeping the mood light, but as we all watched things unfold on Twitter, desperate for information, everyone went quiet. Social media is a blessing and a curse in serious emergencies. I learned that first hand. There was constant information coming at us, but even the media wasn’t sure what was going on at the time. I saw SWAT teams rushing by. Somebody said that they heard there were bombs planted in the hotel. We began to feel trapped in the hallway. We kept waiting for this thing to blow up or something.

Finally, we were moved to the hotel’s gym, where we could watch the news. People going to the bathroom had to be escorted by police. They moved us again, this time to an employee cafeteria. It was there that we learned the shooting had come from the hotel.

My experience in that cafeteria was where I first started to see people at their best. Everyone in that room was looking out for each other. We were given blankets and food. Those who were upset were comforted by strangers. Some tried to sleep, but I couldn’t.

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The Hardest Thing To Do In Business

There’s a big trend towards video and audio
When you’re trying to build an audience for your brand it can feel incredibly daunting. You’ve got different opinions from various “experts” giving you advice on how to make it. There’s a big trend towards video and audio right now, but also a high demand for good content writing.

The reality is that there isn’t one golden ticket – the key is to be as dynamic and creative as possible. You have to be constantly producing content. This is where so many people fail. They get a good idea, they produce a few good vlogs/podcasts/articles, but they don’t update frequently enough. You can’t gain an audience that way. There is so much content being produced right now, from small businesses to the biggest companies in the world. And the big guys are winning. You know why? Because they devote the time and resources to curating a constant, quality presence online.

Watch The Future of Business

You Need To Find The White space
Anyone can build up their audience, regardless of the size of their company, as long as they make it a priority. You need to find the white space, meaning coming up with something that’s just a little bit different from what’s already out there and fulfilling a need. You might be asking: how can I create something that’s truly different from what’s already out there? Research. Be up on everything new in social media and digital marketing.

For example, a new thing that’s coming up right now are selfie drones, a pretty affordable way to record yourself from every angle. Why not spice up your vlogging content by utilizing one? It’s a creative and new way to film. Nobody’s doing it yet. Make yourself stand out from the crowd.

The White Space In Audio
Podcasting and Alexa voice are just going to get bigger. Brands and individuals alike have now jumped heavily into audio. My concern is, there is not a lot of content that is original and creative. This leaves a massive opportunity for people who can take their content to another level.

Do I believe a podcast will break out and move that person into becoming a massive celebrity starting their own ventures? I am 100% sure! BE PATIENT AND STAY WITH IT. (2 to 3 years)

Media is a huge and increasing proportion of what we do online. Audio and video now constitute 70% of the bytes crossing the internet.

Shane Jeremy James asks strangers what compassion means to them?

Shane Jeremy James Hits The Streets!

I wanted to see how people would react when some random guy asks them a really deep question like what does compassion mean to you? In this social experiment, I got some funny reactions but I also got some deep uplifting answers as well.

“Compassion is an action word with no boundaries.” Prince

Las Vegas Shooting – I Was Trapped In Mandalay Bay

What Is Compassion?

Compassion literally means “to suffer together.” Among emotion researchers, it is defined as the feeling that arises when you are confronted with another’s suffering and feel motivated to relieve that suffering.

The Dalai Lama once said, “If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.”

There is hope for the world! 

If you don’t naturally come off as someone who is greatly compassionate or empathetic, studies prove it’s a habit that can be cultivated.

You act on your compassion. 

An important part of compassion is giving back, even in the smallest of ways. Performing actions that are loving and compassionate, we experience more love all around us. Compassionate people constantly act on their compassion, whether it’s through volunteering at seniors home or being a kind friend — and in return, they’re much happier because of it.

“Use your voice for kindness, your ears for compassion, your hands for charity, your mind for truth, and your heart for love.” Anonymous

Many studies show that adults can be trained to be more compassionate. The studies investigate whether training adults in compassion can result in greater altruistic behavior and related changes in neural systems underlying compassion. YES!

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THE NEXT TREND IN CONTENT, SOCIAL AND DIGITAL MARKETING

Storytelling in a form of documentation driven by video and produced for the mobile environment. We at Branding Talent believe it is going to be the next big opportunity in online content creation, and we are moving ahead with this pioneering content strategy.

We have already been able to execute this around The Every-Day Compassion Movement Show of Shane Jeremy James. Our team managed to merge this new form of content with social media and production and it led to explosive growth, while managing to save time and produce new content strategically.

Branding Talent lets your business STAND OUT from the competition by producing the next form of content, like a weekly show, and helping provide a massive amount of social content.

SHANE JEREMY JAMES TALKS ABOUT ENDING RACISM

Shane Jeremy James talks about ending bias:
Allow me to share with all of you a concept that I lately got from a doing Muslim girl. She asks, “I am a Muslim, many people don’t like us because they think we’re terrorists and all Muslims are terrorists. What do you think?”
This question of hers got me imagining about the whole ordeal around terrorism & Islam phobia, and I think that it stems from Bias. There exists thick smog of belief between us, mainly those from various ethnic skills or contrasting strict beliefs. In response to that girl’s query, I clarified, “We love you guys!” I said it because it is true. The limit for one another and approval of mutual existence under one roof is the first and the most important act of love.

Actions of Compassion- What led me to believe this could be a turning point?
After an extensive travel of the world, I hold an knowing that racism arises from our inherent desire to surround ourselves with what we are accustomed to seeing or hearing; anything contrary such as hearing a foreign accent/language, differences in beliefs or skin color; feels outright weird.
Actions of Compassion is all about blending areas together, breaking barriers, and forming a society that we can all happily share. Check out Actions of Compassion
How do I feel about the Muslims?
I think Muslims are just like the rest of us and lovely. When you are trying to put an end to an epidemic like racism, you need to dig deeper into the underlying causes. In my view, these are two-fold-Fight against terrorism- the global fight against terrorism is, in fact, the fight against those who create terror. It is not specific to one religion, group or sect.
People’s mind set- uninformed people believe that the fight against terrorism is the same as the fight against Islam. Consecutively, the other side believes that this fight is being brought to them only because they believe in Islam.
I think that Muslims are also victims caught in this harsh circle of terrorism and groups need to lead by an example through Actions of Compassion.

SHANE JEREMY JAMES BUILDS BRANDS

I believe in transparency. Unlike so many people who over-exaggerate their achievements and abilities in their bio, I won’t inflate myself or tell outright lies and I won’t follow the same formula. I’ll just tell you the truth.

Once upon a time, I too was addicted to drugs. I did not always make wise decisions. In my youth, my friends and I would steal ice-creams and popsicles from the store to sell. I didn’t do very well in school and most of my lessons were learnt on the streets.

One lesson that helped turn my life around was learning how to sell. From those stolen ice-creams, I developed a new addiction – business. Over time, I exchanged my bad addictions for my good ones and I focused on improving myself and my life. It paid off. I was one of the very first to open several ‘Curves For Women’ franchises in Canada and was the youngest franchisee in the business. I continued to build businesses. I wrote four books. I started motivational speaking. I sat on many boards. I loved every moment of it.

BUILDING SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Actions of Compassion were inspired by my difficult background. The idea to start it was because I wanted to build something that was not just any other business. I wanted to build something that would make a difference. Actions of Compassion are a movement that aims to help people in need through compassion groups across the world. We are a community of people committed to making the world a better place. We work with people who are poor, homeless, addicts and down on their luck. We help people come together regardless of religion, race, gender or financial status. We help children, the environment and animals. Wherever compassion is needed, we are there.

Revolutionizing Compassion In Every Way

In today’s world of technology, we have the opportunity to spread compassion to every corner of the globe. We can connect with people around the world quickly and easily. To revolutionize compassion, we can reach people in many ways. We reach out to young people through snap chat and through musically. We are creating a clothing line and launching a book series about compassion to spread our message. We are just getting started. Our goal is to revolutionize compassion until it is MAINSTREAM.

We believe that everyone can be empowered to make a difference in the world and together we can create more acceptance, love, and compassion and world peace.

I know what it’s like to need compassion.

Now, there are compassion groups throughout the US and Canada, a web show called “The Everyday Compassion Movement” and a growing community worldwide including well known celebrities.

I’ve partnered with Bonnie Jill Laflin (first ever woman NBA scout and cast member on basketball wives) to organize the ‘World Compassion Tour’, an event to propel the movement into the international limelight. The tour will be launched later this year in Hollywood with 8 cities lined up to host the event. Each event will feature influential speakers, celebrities and world leaders with inspirational stories of compassion to share.

For events of this scale and calibre, tickets can often cost upward of $1000, which is out of reach for most of the audiences we need to reach. In the spirit of the movement, we will gift 4000 free tickets. To earn the ticket, attendees will have to do compassionate acts.

You can learn more about The Everyday Compassion Movement. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSJDUt5PRLMx-wVr1hSddmw

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