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I want this to be fun, personal, and helpful! So let’s keep it real and sensible, okay? Please use common sense and show courtesy with your questions. That way everyone wins! Here are some guidelines to ensure your question is qualified to be featured on the show.

 

  1. Please keep your question under one minute in length. If it goes a little over, that’s fine, but please keep it concise and to the point.
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Also, if your request is time-sensitive, then email me directly. It can take me a few days to listen to new questions. Thanks for understanding, and thanks for watching!

 

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Meet Adam Ivy

Adam Ivy, American music producer, brand strategist, professional YouTuber, and award winning creative marketing specialist has established himself as an authority in the online business world.

Turning an eight hundred dollar investment at twenty-three years old into a six figure online income, Adam created and implemented marketing techniques that accelerated his brand recognition from initial launch to viral fame in under 24 months. An early adopter of the YouTube platform, Adams’ work has been featured on CNBC, G4TV, MTV, and the E! Network as well as dozens of nationally syndicated radio programs.

As a music producer Adam has worked with over 2,400 independent recording artists in 23 countries, companies such as Burger King, MTV, Clear Channel Media, as well as major recording artists such as G-Eazy, ModSun, and Kevin Gates just to name a few.

Adams’ success has extended into the corporate world as a media specialist and marketing consultant for international tech companies, small businesses, and countless individual entrepreneurs.

Adam was named one of the “150 Great Marketers To Follow in 2015” by Dave Kerpen of likeablelocal.com

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