109: Dr. Cody – Why Adding TikTok (and Videos) to Your Content Marketing Strategy Could Significantly Increase Your Business

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Episode 109: Dr. Cody – Why Adding TikTok (and Videos) to Your Content Marketing Strategy Could Significantly Increase Your Business

On this episode, we bring you the Self Made Strategies of Dr. Cody.  Dr Cody is an American-born,  Australian Chiropractor who has clicked, popped and adjusted his way to a popular social media account.  Dr Cody uploads various patients getting their back, neck, hips and any other body part possible cracked, allowing listeners to hear each individual “pop” sound with an ASMR-like quality. Dr Cody (@drcody_dc) has become a runaway hit on TikTok, enjoying 2.6M+ followers to go along with his 250K+ Instagram followers. 

On this episode you will hear Dr. Cody discuss:
  • Why you should sometimes just say “why not,” and take a risk (that usually is not much of a risk)
  • Best practices for building a massive following (especially for individuals looking to maintain a professional personal brand)
  • Why you must be both genuine, but also adding value
  • Best practices for beginning your branding on TikTok
Production Credits:

This Self Made Strategies Podcast is a SoftStix Productions LLC jawn. This episode was hosted, produced and edited by Tony Lopes, in Philly, PA USA.  Dr. Cody joined us remotely, via Zoom, from Australia.

The Self Made Strategies Podcast is sponsored by Lopes Law LLC (www.LopesLawLLC.com)

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