Short-form Video & Superfans

During this KillerB Office Hour, Brian and Olivia discussed the recent DigitalBuzz around text-based posts on Facebook, the rise of short-form videos, and the importance behind creating superfans. Plus, they gave away a sample of their KILLER new service called “Killer Social Media (SM) Content Ideas.” You can click the buttons on this page to download the free sample or subscribe to the monthly service.

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Key Takeaways

  1. Pay attention to new features and what the social platforms are encouraging you to do more of. Doing what they suggest may result in a larger reach organically.
  2. Reels & Stories are not the same. Reels are pushed out to a cold audience. Stories are more for your followers (warm audience).
  3. Super serve your fans and they’ll become superfans, which leads to word-of-mouth marketing. Ask questions, use them as c0-creators, and put the spotlight on them.

Webinar Speakers

Brian Curee, CEO Killer Bee Marketing

Brian Curee

CEO & Digital Strategist @Killer Bee Marketing

Brian Curee has spent over a decade in the world of digital, with experience that spans across strategy, design, development, and social media management. He has served in the Christian radio industry since 2013, is an active EntreLeader Elite member who completed Donald Miller’s StoryBrand Marketing Roadmap and has a degree in Computer Science and Theology. Brian is passionate about helping others in the Christian Radio industry do digital with purpose and confidence.

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Olivia Yetman

Social Media Coach @Killer Bee Marketing

Olivia Yetman graduated with her Bachelors in Strategic Communications and Journalism. She has been serving the Christian radio industry for over a decade. As the former Social Media Director for 104.9 The River in Columbus, Ohio, she helped grow their Facebook page from 1,000 likes to over 265K! Olivia’s passion is to help more stations and nonprofits build communities on social media platforms.