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EFactor Presents: ITube, WeTube, YouTube: How to Go Viral

Tickets are $15 at efactor.com or $20 at the door.

Wonder how YouTube stars become Youtube stars? Learn from the pros themselves! Join us for an exclusive panel of YouTube Rockstars as they share their stories about getting thousands of people to view their contact and what makes a video go viral. Get insight on content creation, creative approaches and how to incorporate the kitschy into your company brand.

Video integration is being used more and more with online campaigns. Get inspired in becoming the next YouTube sensation or next video frenzy. Are you ready for your close-up?

Speaker:

Jason Horton: comedian, actor, writer, & improviser.
Jason can be seen in over 400 million viewed videos on the Internet, and written over 200 million viewed videos. He has written commercial content for Foot Locker, Sony, Netflix, Nintendo, and done online campaigns with people like Shaquille O'Neil & Friday Night Lights Aimee Teegarden.

More speakers to be announced shortly.

*Make sure to check out EFactor.com, the world’s largest network for entrepreneurs to find useful resources, network with entrepreneurs in your industry, funding resources, and all event information.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I don't think we learned a lot from this meetup, all I got was the fact that you need to build an audience (don't know how), and once you had the audience, numbers are important to impress big companies to earn real money (don't know how to get to those numbers), and every video is a hit or miss.
    Don't get me wrong, it was a great meetup and there were a lot of valuable information in his speech, but when the title is 'How to Go Viral' and all you get is a person who vaguely telling how he got successful (Punk Rock Style), you get a little disappointed.

    February 27, 2013

  • Ashley

    Don't forget to get your ticket at http://www.efactor.com/utubela#

    February 26, 2013

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