The Franchise King®

Video: Interviews The Franchise King®

Video: Interviews The Franchise King®

Recently, the team at Boston-based reached out to me via Twitter. They wanted to interview me on the topic of buying a franchise, and add it to their growing business advice website. And since I’m The Franchise King®…


My Video Interview

If I lived in Boston, I would have been interviewed in the studio. But since I don’t, I was interviewed via Zoom.

In the interview, I share part of my personal story; my journey into entrepreneurship.

In addition, I share a lot of business tips that all prospective franchise business owners can use to increase their odds of success.

I really was able to share a lot of useful information. The video interview (below) is 18 minutes long. And videos are where it’s at these days.


The Interview

I think you’ll enjoy this interview of me. Click the image to watch it!

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From the website:

BusinessTown is the vision of Bob Adams, an accomplished entrepreneur who started a business out of his basement and grew it into one of the largest independent book publishers in the US. Adams has authored numerous books on business and has an MBA from Harvard Business School.

In addition, Adams has often been featured in the media as a job search and small business expert, including on television shows such as NBC’s Today, The 700 Club and Oprah! His Streetwise Business Tips segment appeared on First Business, previously the national business news program produced by The United States Chamber of Commerce.

When you have a chance, I encourage you to check out the site. It’s a high-quality small business/entrepreneurial website, and its readership is increasing every day.


Video Statistics

According to Insivia, online video will account for 74% of all online traffic this year. And…

59% of executives agree that if both text and video are available on the same topic, they are more likely to choose video.

One more stat: 65% of video viewers watch ¾ (or more) of a video.