Real Deal Video Marketing Secrets with Christopher Perilli

The Real Deal with Jason Silverman featuring Christopher PerilliReal Deal Video Marketing Secrets!

Welcome to this edition of THE REAL DEAL with Jason Silverman!

Jason Silverman got a chance to catch up withEntrepreneur, Executive Producer, Creative Director, and CEO, Christopher Perilli, for a fun and truly eye opening conversation about the REAL DEAL regarding how to truly leverage video marketing THE RIGHT WAY!  If you’re looking to take your business (and life) to the next level, this podcast is a must!

What are you waiting for??  You’re going to get a ton of value from this one!

Strap yourself in and get ready!  This is going to be great!

A little about Christopher Perilli:

Christopher Perilli is an Entrepreneur, Executive Producer, Creative Director, and CEO whose tenacity, passion, and ingenuity have all earned him the reputation as a thought leader. Over the span of nearly two decades, he has garnered extensive experience in creative entrepreneurship and leadership. Presently, he runs two lucrative companies: Pixel Mobb (an influencer branding and video production business who has worked with top names like Wu-Tang Clan, Tim Ferriss and Mike Boyle) and Dojo Muscle (a martial arts marketing sub-brand) which has helped over 1000 school owners grow and flourish. At Dojo Muscle he’s worked with the top of industry like Paul Garcia, Duke Roufus, Zulfi Ahmed, The Pettis Brothers and many more. With his current ventures, Christopher’s ultimate vision is to help individuals and business thrive through authentic self-expression, targeted marketing, personalized production, and strategic informational product launches. He also strives to make his community a better place and create positive change in family’s lives, including his own. 

Listen to today’s podcast and discover:

1) What trends in marketing for video are coming in 2019? 

2) Tips for owners on HOW to leverage video properly.

3) How does a school owner get great video that actually works? 

4) What’s the one thing above all else that works really great for video marketing? 


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