Friday, November 30, 2018
In Episode #3, my bandit signs finally arrived. I have my flyers, business card, and bandit signs, now it's time to hit the streets and market. Now, when I'm driving for dollars, I can also post my signs and market. I'm getting more organized with my new real estate investing business. I'm creating a workflow which will be replicated. I just started marketing two weeks ago and I already have one house I'm working on selling, a list of solid leads and another motivated seller contacted me by email. So far, everything is going as planned. Watch me hit the streets of Phoenix, looking for homes to buy. I speak with a few homeowners in this episode and make relationships with neighbors or abandoned houses. I also show myself posting my new bandit signs on this episode. Watch as I grow my real estate investing empire. Episode Four coming soon!
Sunday, November 25, 2018
In Episode #2 of "Making Money with Prestley Snipes", we cold call a homeowner live, to see if they're willing to sell us their house! I made some great progress this week! I came up with a name for my new real estate investing business. I also went to Walmart and bought an AT&T prepaid phone, which I will use as the hotline for my new real estate business. After that, I then designed a logo and made some flyers and business cards, which I then got professionally printed. I also set up my real estate website and bought a new domain name to accompany my new real estate brand. I'm now a little more prepared than I was last week and I'm ready to start marketing my company to potential homeowners and investors. On the last episode, I was "driving for dollars", building a list of prospective homeowners to call, hoping that they'd sell me their home. In this episode, I'm actually trying to call some of the homeowners from my list to see if I can make a deal with them over the phone! Watch and learn to see what happens next! Episode #3 coming soon!
Friday, November 23, 2018
This is episode one of my new web series "Making Money with Prestley Snipes". In this episode, I start my new business as a real estate investor. Follow me as I drive for dollars, looking for properties to buy. I'm currently in the Phoenix market, which I hear is very lucrative. This series will showcase myself and various entrepreneurs, as we show you how we start businesses from scratch, as well as the day to day operations and challenges of being an entrepreneur and business owner. The goal is for this series to become an outlet for entrepreneurs and business minds, who are looking to expand and promote their unique businesses. Follow the journey and make sure to Subscribe, Like, Comment and Share this video!
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
(5/13/18) - Multi-Platinum Producer Neo Da Matrix stopped by to work on some new music. I met Neo a few years ago in Los Angeles and we've been building ever since. Neo is a serial entrepreneur who also happens to be a talented producer and songwriter. Growing up, I was a fan of Neo's productions. Neo has made such songs as Juelz Santana "Mic Check", Cassidy Lil Wayne, Fabolous's "6 Minutes", Fabolous "Paperman", numerous Jadakiss & Styles P hits, songs with Jay-Z, a multi-platinum song with Rihanna and the list goes on and on. Neo also recently got a placement on 50 Cent's TV show "POWER" and on Jadakiss and Fabolous most recent album "Friday on Elm Street". Watch Neo Da Matrix construct a new beat from scratch using only his laptop.
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Monday, November 12, 2018
You shouldn't have to sell people on your music. If your music is good, people will be sold. In this video, I talk about producers putting tags on their beats. There is nothing wrong with promoting yourself as a producer and artist. This channel focuses on marketing. It recently has become very popular in the past few years, for producers to have their own signature "beat tag". A "beat tag" is a soundbite, usually of the producers name being said, usually before the artist begins to sing or rap over the music. The beat tag has become very popular in recent years and it has helped to bring fame, to the once obscure, music producer. In the past, producers gained popularity, by creating their own signature sound, as well as by connecting with rising or popular artist, with the goal of creating good music. Music production equipment, was a lot more expensive in the past, which created a void of music producers. Nowadays, with only a laptop and Fruity Loops software, anyone can now produce high quality sounding music. With ease, the ambitious producer can emulates their favorite producers, which then creats an influx of, copy cat sounding music. These producers are making these rushed beats, and the only thing that separates these mediocre beats, are the producer's unique beat tags. The beat tag helps the producer to be identified in the sea of copy cat sounding beats. In my opinion, a beat tag is not necessary. I've heard some beat tags that turned me away from listening to a song. I would suggest using your best judgement, if you are using a beat tag. As long as you try your best to be as original as possible, people will recognize your beats and your sound. Quality work cannot be denied. If you use beat tags, do not be offended. I'm just giving a different perspective on how I feel about some beat tags, that I hear. There are some beat tags, that I think, sound good with the music. There are others that I feel, should be taken off the song. This is just my opinion. You must take everything into consideration, if you plan to succeed.
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Every time you create a new piece of work, you are giving yourself a new credit. Having credentials is what helps to establish you in your field. Seeking credit from others, will be unnecessary, when you are establishing credit for yourself. Establishing your own credentials is what makes you unique. When it comes to establishing financial credit, here’s how the FICO system works. There are three major credit bureaus, Equifax, TransUnion and Experian. Credit lenders use a system called FICO, to establish the risk factor when loaning money to people. Having several good standing accounts, which you pay on time, will make your credit score get higher. When establishing your brand online, you gain credentials by creating and sharing your work online. Think of different social media platforms, the same way you would think of having various credit card accounts. You must use all of the various platforms to establish your brand, the same way that you would use all of your various credit accounts, to establish your FICO Score. There is a lot to learn about credit. The most important rule to remember is to pay your bills on time, while not utilizing all of your credit, while managing various long standing accounts. These same principles apply to online marketing, and if you want to be successful, you must use your various social media accounts, websites, apps, to further your brand, while creating original and unique content and marketing plans, while also being consistent. If this is done properly, over time, you will be establishing work credit and credentials. In marketing, having “credit” will lead to you gaining fans, getting recognition, money and business success. Create as much content on as many platforms as possible, to establish credentials, which will lead to success in the long run. Another major point to remember is, no credit is just as bad as bad credit. That means that having little to no credited work, is actually worst than having mediocre credited work distributed. Establish yourself and your brand by putting as much work out there as possible. The only way to get credit, is to create it for yourself. No one is looking to build your credit for you. That is something you have to do for yourself. Understand that people are trying to create and build their own credit. Don't be offended.