[Interview] Google Hangouts Better Than YouTube?

Hey Zamurai Warriors,

I have a very cool interview to share with you today. In case you haven’t heard yet, there’s a new Video marketing bully in the house that many people are calling the YouTube Killer.

Hangouts-LogoThis new video bully is called Google Hangouts. And it’s kind of like Video Marketing on Steroids. They work faster, require less effort and tend to rank quicker than regular YouTube uploaded videos.

Today, I invited a Google Hangout Expert, Frank Schwarz, to join us in the Zamurai Dojo to release some of his best kept Google Hangout secrets. Frank has been using Hangouts before they were all the craze.

He’s been using them for over 2 years now and has learned some very cool techniques that he’ll share today. Grab your pen and paper and hit play on the video below.

Google Hangout Expert Reveals Best Kept Secrets

Resources Mentioned in the Interview:

1. Franks “Profiting With Hangouts” Course: In this course, Frank goes further into his Google Hangouts strategies. Not just that, he includes some real life case studies that you can replicate to start making big money with Hangouts.

=> Download Your Copy of Franks Course Here

Biggest Takeaways of the training:

1. You can do Hangouts on your own. All you need is a laptop and an internet connection. You don’t need a Mic, Camera, or sound to run an Hangout. Frank has gone as far as just recording his screen for 30 seconds of a Power Point slide with A simple headline and his phone number.

2. You can share your screen on hangouts. If you don’t like being in front of the camera, just share your screen prior to going live and just record your screen and voice.

3. Embedding your Hangouts on hundreds of sites helps dramatically with getting your hangouts ranked. You can find some great sellers that do that on Fiverr.com

I hope you enjoyed this Hangout Training session and if you have any questions at all please feel free to leave a comment below.

To Your Success,

Joshua Zamora


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Author: Joshua Zamora

Hey Hey Welcome to ZamuraiBlogger ! I'm Joshua the webmaster of this bad boy. I'm a young entrepreneur born and raised in Miami Fl. I love internet marketing, blogging, learning new traffic strategies and helping others as well. I'm also pretty good at Chess, Poker, Basketball and I love going to concerts and watching movies.

7 thoughts on “[Interview] Google Hangouts Better Than YouTube?”

  1. Hi Josh,

    Power takeaway!

    I did my first Hangout the other night. Team training deal for my team. It was fun, and quite prospering too as my duplication will increase by interacting with my gifting crew.

    Hangouts are kicking youtube’s butt; hop on board, work on your presentation and rock it out.

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Hey there Josh,

    Just a quick note to tell you how much I enjoyed your interview with Frank on Google Hangouts! I have been “sitting on the fence” about learning how to do Google Hangouts to promote my books among other things, but was worried about having to go in front of a camera. Now thanks to you and Frank, I am feeling much more confident that I can do Google Hangouts. Going to take a look at Frank’s course as well.
    Yet one more reason why I am so very glad that I recently became a “Zamurai Warrior”! Your support and training continues to be terrific, Josh!



  3. Great interview, guys. There was a point at which I forgot you guys were in a Hangout, tried to interrupt to ask a question, and you totally ignored me. Bad boys!!! Then, of course, I fell out of my chair laughing. HOA’s definitely rock… and so do you two.

    Can’t remember what that question was, but am quite curious as to how Frank and his father-in-law are getting along now, lol. (Never mess with a Daddy’s baby darlin’ and her Hope Chest full of future special memories).

    Thanks for making Hangouts On Air look so easy and reminding me to just jump in and take imperfect action, alone… without waiting for a Hangout partner or someone to hold your hand. Until recently, I didn’t even realize you could do a Hangout by yourself, with no visitors or invitees or anyone else at all. I must confess, I was waiting… for others to do them with me. What a waste of time that has been.

    Gotta go now. Gotta go flip on the Hangout switch and test this thing out again all by my rockin’ self. Thanks again! 🙂

    Robin Carlisle

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