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Mike Koenigs on Success Blueprint Radio

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Mike Koenigs is one of the few experts I've had speak at Empowered Women's Business Summit twice because of his innovative way of marketing with video. In the last couple years I've seen Mike's business explode and his client list reach the highest echelon of gurus to the gurus. Now I've asked Mike to share his Success Blueprint with you as he launches his newest program Social Media Marketing Machines this week! Geek, surfer, marketer, video producer, filmmaker and didgeridoo player, Mike Koenigs is best known as the guy who created the Web 2.0 syndication service, Traffic Geyser that has distributed over 3 million videos in less than two years and generates top ranking, web traffic and leads in minutes by sending video content to over 120 video sites, social bookmarking, social media, blog and podcasting directories. He’s been tooling around with technology ever since he was 12 years old when he scaled the telephone poles to divert pirate cable to his parent’s house in Eagle Lake, Minnesota, population 763. He taught himself how to program at age 14. He wrote video games for the first Mac game company, PCAI. In 1991, he co-founded Digital Cafe, one of the first interactive multimedia agencies that produced the world's first branded CD-ROM game, "Chex Quest" that shipped in more than six-million boxes of General Mills cereal. Digital Café produced many of the world's first movie web sites, promotional screen savers and games for Sony, Columbia-Tristar and 20th Century Fox. Mike has served as a producer, marketer and consultant for Sony Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, 3M, General Mills, Dominos Pizza, Ralston, Mazda Motors and New York Times bestselling authors including Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford, John Assaraf and Brian Tracy. He's created over 330 web sites and produced more than 40 products. What questions do you have for Mike on his Success Blueprint?

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