Embodied Enlightenment

Episode 14

How to Create Viral Videos to Inspire Millions with Sarah Snow

Cari Merriam published on

If you are a creator, a teacher, a coach, a business person, a healer, or someone with something to say you desire to be fully seen and heard in this world.

The truth is we all want to be heard and seen. It’s part of our ingrained human value system… we want to be valued as an active member of the tribe.

As technology enhances it can feel as though our message is not getting through to anyone. You might find yourself checking how many likes you have received on your latest post, or asking yourself how do I get in front of more people to share my gifts with the world.

Sarah is the women to teach you how to make that happen. In the last few years she has reached over 200 million views through her social media inspiration videos and she is sharing all her secrets in this podcast.

Listen along and hear directing from Sarah as she tells us about her humble beings, her ability to shift her perspective around innovation, and how learning how to listen changed the game of her life.

Within this episode Sarah shares her wisdom on where to start, what your videos should be about, and the best editing tips to get your videos to go viral.

Even more importantly Sarah goes into the common mistakes everyone is making in editing and the do’s and don'ts about creating viral videos.

This is a podcast episode you do not want to miss.  

Sarah Snow is an inspirational videographer, executive producer, and visual artist. She currently is the executive producer for Jay Shetty and Lewis Howls social media video platforms.

In 2016, as the Director of Audience Development at Widranked in the Top 100 Most Creative People In Business By Fast Company, has over 200 million views on her inspiring and thoughtful Facebook videos. She was previously the community manager at video

Sarah Snow is the director of audience development as Widso. She was previously the community manager at video-messaging app Glide, where she interacted with and createed video content for the company's users. She spearheaded the company’s efforts to serve and work with the deaf community, which has embraced the app as a more natural way to communicate in sign language, their first language, than text messaging. Before joining Glide at the age of 19, Snow—who was born in the U.S. and moved to Israel with her family at age 10—worked in the oncology ward of an Israeli hospital, assisting patients and nurses and, most importantly, listening to people’s stories. Feedback Snow collected from Glide's deaf users has led to thoughtful new features in the app, like the ability to disable a function that degrades video quality if the user has a weak Internet connection. In 2015, she launched a social media campaign titled #WithCaptions, in which she asked YouTube creators to caption all their future videos.

Her videos have now reach more the 200 million people across the globe, leading her to launch her own viral video course.

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